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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 _ TW IETHM.IDCI HFUIO 1. Kidnappers Of Diplomat Seek Prisoner Exchange GUATEMALA CTTY (Reu- ters) The Guatemalan eabt- net was called into tmerteBcy session today to secret demands made by the kidnap-1 doctors art (VnumBng the w- pers of Wn'jt German Ambassa- dor Count TOR Spreti. Unofficial sources said the ah- Breakthrough Made In Grape Workers Issue BU'KING THE JUMBOS Jon Hernondei to puih a baby carriage through the snow this morning on Chiccgo'i north side. He usej the buggy to deliver morning newspaper. A new spring that started yesterday afternoon belled Chicago with an additional eight inches of which boosted the dry's total to a record. LOS Farm labor leader Urban Centres Given Time For Transportation Plans EDMONTON (CP) Urban centres will have three years fo proceed with transportation de- velopment plans in a protected area under1 changes proposed in the government's Urban Trans- portation area under changes proposed in the government's Urban Transportation Act, Highways Minister Gordon Tay- lor said Wednesday. Mr. Taylor introduced amendments to the act during second reading in the leg- islature after representations [Tugboat Crews End Strike NEW YORK (AP) Tugboat crew members voted here to end their two-month strike of the Port of New York and re- turn to work on tertnsiworka out with empiovers m tbon session. The strike by members of the AFL-CIO National Maritime Union has bed-up 400 tugs an other harbor craft and has ore the industry and the sb-ikmi workers an estimate Ships were forced to dock during the strike withou tug assistance. made to the government.' At the end of the three year period, during which an area's eveiopment is restricted by ic local authority for a trans- xirtation corridor, property owners in the proposed corridor could either sell their property f demand eipi uyi Latluu. The amendment will allow a iroperty oincr who feels un- airly treated by the city to take the question to the Alberta Su- ireme Court. The original leg- slation, which Mr. Taylor said was the first of its kind in Can- ada, simply allowed referral on egalitiea. Davs Russell (PC Calgary. Victoria Park) said the legisla- tion went-too far in protecting he needs of the community at he expense of individual rights Mr. Russell said the bill was 'offensive" in part to Calgary and Edmonton councils because of provisions, that any integrated Failure .of several trust com- panies in British Columbia bas esulted in to strengthen Alberta's Trust Cast- janies Act Attorney General Edgar Gerhart, introducing the amendments said the measures must be approved by toe gov eminent. Mr. Taylor said it was cal" the province should bav some say if tt was going to help pay for such systems. Chavez baa harvested ttu first fruit of his four-year effort to organize workers in California's table-grape contracts with two growers and an agreement with a third. But the majority of growers say the three small vineyards represent only a tiny crack in their united front against unioni- zation. The three growers, who oper- ste in the Coachrila Vafley where the harvest begins this week, produce about 1.4 I cent of California's tal grapes. The SB-member. Deser Grape Growers League in tha area said the contract signini wob't influence its actions, an members would begin the .tar vest with non-union workers. Chavez, who announce! the agreements Wednesday an-bour wage increase, whVa- ever is greafr. It calls for an hour, ptjs a JS-ceot booos or each box picked at btrmt time. In addition, growers ..in con- tribute 10 cents an hour to a union heath and welfare road, and two cents a box to a union und for displaced aad dderir arm wukeis. Grape pickers have been paid 1.65 an hour and IS cento a box. of U political in exchange for the diplomat sad that they have selected the papal nuncio, Msgr. Orolaino Prictett, to act as their media. tor. West German tialnisij' oals today said they were rioeed the left-wing UdBappen purchased the heart nffls the imhiiMrinr aeeo> keep aiive. The bad a heart attack five yean ago, iMeoV i daily OOM piDt to raid rje possibilty W awttw asinrt. officials were certain the ambau-jr'dr, C, had BO pOkt wifli hlra for return of the Gencaa am- bassador since 1 am bound by oath not to reveal their de- Msgr. Prigione said. youths from bis ebauf t eur- drrnu Mercedes Tuesday after- noon. .Tbe RevotaSonary Armed Forces movement (0 nil provide controls an- cilliary companies in their re- atioiehip with trust companies. He said the legislation was discussed with officials of the Canada Deposit Insurance Cor- poration. Most at me amendments were "technical" and provided au- ihority for the superintendent of trust companies to move quick- ly in situations when action was requiied. Mr. Gerhart said the mea- sures are comparable to those taken in other' provinces. NO INTEREST Negotiations with' Indians dis- placed by the Big Horn Dam hydro. development lave been unsuccessful so far because the nabhres have shown BO interest in the white man's pursuits, says Municipal Affairs Hinis- ister Fred CoBwrne. Replying to Hugh Homer (PC Ste. be said said his AFLrCIO United Farm Workers Organizing Committee win continue its strike against other growers in the CoacheDa Valley and in Ihe much larger San Joaquin Valley growing area. Chavez also said the union's boycott of.Culif ornla table grapes will co.Uinoe and a onion label program will be inaugu- rated to identily The three-year contract prov- ides a six-ps--cent or 10-ccnfe- Truck Layoff Seen MAKE DETAILS PUBLIC Details of the pills required were advertised in papers. A card in the ambassador's baodwntmg, addressed to his SOB Alexander, was dropped into an embassy official's letter box Wednesday, it said: "1 am all right and hope to be tree soon." Msgr. Prigjone, said the FAR, bent on overthrowing the gov- ernment of President Julio ,Ces- sar' Mender Montenegro, bad asked him to act as mediator witb the government. "At this stage, however, I caonot say what FAR demands Plans Kept Secret MONTREAL (CP) Union plan wtre bring kept Men today as unemployed man track driven met tc plan strategy in struggle with the pest off ice for the 'Keend eonsecutiv day since' the government toe over Montreal postal deHveriss Today's meeting follows similar gathering when more than of the drhr ers met to discuss possible ac- tion while mail m Montreal vat being moved by a Beet of SS rented trucks. Tbe Confederation of National Trade Union, itaauaiUag fee drivers employed mtn Wednes- day by G. LapahBe Inc., did not reveal tactics decided Wednesday but the u seemed to be handling the dis- pute in'the same way as stiike, with a dncsphne 0111111 tee already farmed. said the legislation wat drafted -Lac St. be sud a in cotsutoSn wita the two community development officer cities. West Political Parties Told Jo Quit Messing Around CALGARY (CP) It Is time for political parties In.the prai- rie provinces to quit messing around on their own, Pat Ma- honey, Liberal Member of Par- liament lor Calgary South, said Wednesday. "We've got to devise a meth- od in our region to develop Ihe' kind of political muscle other regions have be said In an interview. "I've believed for a long tune that party organizations, would HALE OPTIC Al COMPANY ITO f Klpley Dispensing Optictan 107 tlh St. 5, 197-7112 Bill Tests Legality Of War DENIES CHARGES-Aimy last Enttt L. afaktct tke Army aetfey Hes acw rharfes, h m tke CBS Waller Crwkste Bern tbrnr as New York, lit Amy Cast Mttiaa sty far tke Jeath ti a> eJ- nttaM aBefeaty ty U> at My Lai at IMS. Metiaa, 41 d Pie. K. wra, Calif., was Cwpsay C the raU t tae TiMafe. Ba Lady Churchill 85 LONDON. (APi Spencer-Churcoill celebrated ba- S5th birthday here quietly with a few close friends. MANY IN HAWAII There are about Chmese-AnMricans in Hawai M more effective If they were not fragmented The idea ol one prairie province could be another expression of the same dea." Mr. Maaosey fald he Meads to atteai aa eaqairy the nbfeet ol .tsdepead-rt en Caaada at tke UarnrsUy ti Letbbridge May 1HX "TD >e attendiag ai a spec- tatir flad aracs as I east afcot aa awfal lot to be Mr. 'Mahooey said he- dis- agrees "entirely with separa- lism at the 1 do with separatism ol any other re- gion." The Lefhbridge Herald lias been working with Indians in the area who win be dis- placed by the lake to be created by the dam. "But only small progress has been made." Mr. Cdborne said the native people, "almost to a have refused to take work available in the area to be Flooded and progress an only be made at the rate these peo- ple want to progress. Clarence Copithoroe (Ind. Banff-Cochrane) asked if ne- gotiations had been made with the Indians in the area west of Rocky Mountain House for the. loss of their trapUnes. Mr. Coibonie said the govern- ment had met the Indians and during the meeting the native people laid daim to the whole BOSTON (AP) Tke Massa- chusetts legislature has enacted a bill designed to test the legal- ity of the Vietnam war and for- warded it to GOT. Francis W. Sargent Tbe biD states that no Massa- chusetts resident Inducted into the armed services shall be re- quired to nerve outside the United States in "the condoct of armed' hostilities not an emer- gency" unless there is a decla- ration of war by Congress. It also empowers the state at- torney-general to file suit in the VS. Supreme Court to establish the rights of Massachusetts servicemen under the law. TORONTO (CP) Umeis there is quick settlement of a United'Stales trucking strike, thousands of Canadian drivers could be laid oB, an industry spokesman laid Wednesday night, The. layoff leave as many as to out of work in Ontario atone, the spokesman The U.S. strike started Wednesday and so fir, no Canadian layoffs have been reported. But, the big carriers in On- tario.and other provinces de- pend on trans-shipment of mer- chandise from U.S. carriers at the border for much of their business. The VS. strike by the Teams- ter union, which began after ne- jcSafors deadlocked over a new contract for truck driv- ers, has crippled or slowed tracking in at least 22 American cities, Veteran Newsman Honored WEATHER AND ROAD REPORT 34 EDMONTON (CP> Calgary Fred ABOVE ZERO AT SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNStT Letkbridge Pincber Creek Medicine Hat Koolenay plains area. "We were unable to agreement and we reach i ONLY 29 DAYS LIFT Donf Know Whether to LAUGH or CRY the University of Lethbidge.are oxsponsors of the One Prairie "id contact us later." Province Enquiry. Struck By Car On Highway VALLEYVIEW (CP) Hen- I George Badger, 47, of lats, was killed when struck by a car on a highway near this northwestern Alberta comrmm- ON YOUR INCOME TAX If ywrf fox net got COMPUTE en yovr ogoin. MTMWS Jh. HOCK cfikt In ywrr ntijhborheod for fait, accurate Tav'll inilt ol ths lew too. commit i-------------- Wt gvoiaitet cttvtolt pnpsioliei ef ritrf MX H M e.'.y uren lhal yw fme'tt K vn pay tntrrnl. ImUt't Tix Inrtn rrtt 40M ifltm h 815 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH 9-9 WEIKDAYS 9-5 SAT. PHONE 3J7-J711 INO ArTOINTMINT NKHMtYl they would have to take their claim up with Ottawa and they Inventor Dies HARTFORD, "Coon. Cyrus McCormick, 79, a grand- son of the inventor of the Mc- Cormick reapeir, died here. retired in 1981 as a vice president of International Harvester Co., the firm found- ed by Ms grandfather, Cyrus H. McCormick. Wrong Stretch LOUISA, Va. rise of women's hemlines prompted lowering of girdls sales as women found parity hose more fitting to the mini-skirt mode, says a spokesman for a textile company that is going out of the business. The spokesman said Fablock Mills of Virginia Inc., is going out of business because there is too little de- mand for the stretch fabric i made. Kennedy of Tbe Aftertao, was awarded a lifetime .member- ship in the Alberta Press Gal- lery Association Wednesday. The award was announced at the gallery's annual reception for MLAs. Mr. Kennedy, unable to at- tend to receive. the award in person because of an illness in bis family, joins Harry Cam- gin as the only bring of the honor. Mr. Carrigan started cover- ng legislature sessions in 1334 or several newspapers and agencies including the Calgary Herald. Mr. Kennedy, who started his column with the Albertan after retiring from a public relations post several yean ago, also was at one time an employee of the Calgary Herald and covered Edmonton Calgary Cranbrook Victoria Penticlon....... Prince George Kamtoops......, Saskatoon....... Regioa Winnipeg..... Ttander Bay Toronto...... Ottawa...... Montreal Chicago...... New York Los Angeles 51 ZS 44 28 S3 21 46 22 53 30 9) 36 60 44 26 60 'S6 54 44 35 24 33 26 26 20 32 2 40 31 40 28 .04 39 31 .OS 37 47 37 72 30 34 1.23 .09 B Miani SYNOPSB Variable weather conditions with a trend to greater amounts' of sunshine is general forecasts 'or most regions. FORECAST Letabridge SMS? wRk etoaiy periods taday, fhrriei along faotatus, aad miller Friday. Winds light. Uw-higfe 2t-M. MnUdae Hat Sonny with cloudy intervals today, snow- flurries, mainly sonny and milder Friday. Winds light Low-high 20-40. Cotambia, Kssteaay-Cloiaty today with a few suuvfluiiies in the Columbia district. Clear- ing tins evening. Mainly sunny Friday becoming cloudy ia ths evening. Winds liataL'iLow to- night and high Friday at Cran- brook 25-15. Castiegar 30-50. tLa legislature for more than 20 years. He covered the first session of the Social government of William Aberhart in 1335. Mr. Kennedy is a former pub- lic relations officer for the Cal- THE ROBERT MORSE CORP. LTD., is pleqsed to announce the appointment of TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE as their exclusive dealer for CUSHMAN GOLF CARTS for Lethbridge .and area. CUTS SMOG VANCOUVER (CP) Local inventor Sam Carter is market- ing a gasoline additive which he said cut carbon monoxide emis- sion 40 per cent and increased mileage 17 pet cent m tests at Ihe University of California at Los-Angeles.-The additive, "a combustion catalyst using iron in a general chewlol will be the subject of further study at UCLA on its proper- tics when used with lead-free gasoline. ELKS CLUB of LETHBRIDGE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT IN LOUNGE p.m. to p.m. THURSDAY, APRIL 2 FRIDAY, APRIL 3 FOR MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ON DISPLAY NOW1 choose from Gran Cinhman Town Champion Scotsman Available in or electric, 3 on'd 4 wheel ond with or without trailers and canopy. TOYOTA TRAVEL CEITRE Untsd At Otmnl Form Coom Highway' M7414S AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OP AMA condition sections. A RAM SIGHT The a primitive, flowor- like onlmol, It teen for the fin! time In !ti natural otwn floor, The Oceonographlc rdeoied photograph In today. A remote- controlled comera retorded H by chance on Sept. while exploring in the Atlantic lome 350 miles weit of Africa at a depth of feet, ft ii supported by a stsm to tt fhrw fwt long, Alt hignwtyl te the..Leth- bridge district are bare sad fa nod driving cosdftkm. Hgihway 1 Calgary to Banff is mostry'bare, in good with some tlippery Banff to Golden, There is 2 inches of new snow. The highway has been plowed and sanded and there are slip- pery sections with, drifting snow and slush. Golden to Rev- received 2H Inches of new now, Tbe road hat been plowed and sanded. There are slippery sections with freezing rain and motorists are advised to watch for fallen rock sad frost, heaves. Banff to Radium Is mostly bare and to good coo- ditioo with some slippery sec- tions, from Banff to Jasper there, is Vt inch of new stxrw. This road is in good condjtioe with sorr.e slippery sections.- The highway is open 24 tours daily, Creslon-Salmo highway te mostly bare with some slippery sections. Motorists are advised to watch for fallen reck and deer on toe highway. Snow tires or chain ara re- quired when travelling in any mountain area. TMs Includes ski resort access roads. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Owtti, 24 hours; Carway t a.m. to p.m. MST, Chief Mountain closed, Del BoniU i a.m. to p.m.; Rooseville, B.C. a.m. to I p.m.; Kiogsgate, B.C., 24 boors; PorUuU-Rykerts I a.m. to midojgnt; Pail, deNd for wMsr, _ ;