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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tueidoy, April 3, 1973 News in brief Hurricane sweeps Holland THE HAGUE (Renter) tossed the pirate pop radio ship Four persons died and many Veronica onto Scheveningen beach, wheie it vas left high were injured in a hurricane I d today which swept across Holland, up-1 officials estimating rooting trees, whipping off j damage thought it would prove house roofs and snapping ship moorings before blowing itself out early today. The 85-mile-an-hour worse in some areas than the havoc wreaked by a severe storm last Nov. 13, which cost winds i the country about million. Lougheed ''vanity shoived EDMONTON (CP) An op- position member's charges that Premier Peter Lougheed show- ed "idiot.c vanity'1 caused an crupUon in the legislature Mon- o'ay night. Albert Ludwig Calgary orks in the former Social Credit government, criticized a speech by the premier made in dedicating Edmonton's new courthouse. Mr. Ludwig said the premier showed 'Idiotic vanity" in try- irg to take credit for a build- Mountain View) made the statement, also saying that Mr jirg was started by the Lougheed made remarks that former government, veve ''a lie "The premier tried to put his The dispute Waited when brand on a social Credit Mr. Ludwig. minister of public I steer.'' Police arrest guerrillas BEIRUT (AP) The Leba-; been futile, a Beirut newspaper nese army arrested about 50 says. Palestinian guerrillas in south-1 Al-Shark says the arrests ern Lebanon last week and ef-' were made near the Lebanese forts by the guerrilla leadership town of Xabatieh, 40 mUes to secure their lelease have! south of Beirut. Smoke inhalation blamed REGINA Smoke in- buted the deaths to smoke in- halation caused the deaths of j halation after performing an nine persons in the Feb. 23 autopsy on the body of George Roselyn apartment building j Cornell and examining bodies fire, a coroner's inquest was of the other eight victims. told Monday night. Dr. Nevzat Bayko. a pathol- j had second-degree burns on 60 Meat boycott David Gordon stands in his grocery store in Montreal Monday, his worst day for meat sales in 50 years. See story page 1. 812 million gov't investment Heritage trust fund created OTTAWA (CP) The gov-' meeting in the old privy council eminent created a ogist at General Hospital, attri-1 per cent of their bodies. Welfare changes planned national trust Monday, called Heritage Canada, to help save HALIFAX fCP t Federal! Canada tour_ Monday by_ meet- Welfare Minister Marc Lalonde historic buildings and natural beauty spots which are part of the country's cultural roots. The new nine-member board said Monday that some "sub- stantial changes" may be rec- ommended for the federal so- cial assistance program in the LUUl Uv 1UCCL- ing here with Welfare Minister governors held its inaugural William Gillis of Nova Scotia. chamber of Parliament Hill's East Block, a room in which cabinets met even bsfore Con- federation in 1867. Jean Chretien, minister of In- dian and rorthcrn affairs, handed the treasury cheoue to Hsrland M. MacDou- He told a news conference that the ''broadest possible re- view" of current welfare meas- ures is being made by the fed- future. i cral government in consultation Sir. LaJonde z cross- with the provinces. Gov't forces ivithdraivn Hood death toll hits 16 BEIRUT. Lebanon (AP) Iraq's ambassador in Kuwait says his government's forces have pulled out of the small triangle they occupied in north-1 em Kuwait two Beirut newspaper Al Anwar, says. There was no con-1 firmation from the Kuwait gov- j eminent. Bv ROY HEED New York Times Service gall. Toronto financier and chairman of the new board. Heritage Canada will live ini- tially off the interest earned on the trust fund. R. A. J. Phillips, fcrmer dep- uty head of Information Can- ada, now is execufive director of the new body. He said in an interview that Heritage Canada will wcrk primarily as an infor- mation agency, encouraging conservation of historic and aesthetically important build- ings and landscapes. With its limited funds, it will not be able to buy msny proper- ties. But as a national trus; it can become oraers or custo- dians of properties which it v.ill Lewis praises gov't foreign investment bill OTTAWA (CP) It was al- most David Lewis Day in the Commons Monday, as the New Democrat leader belligerently took on Bell Canada and mul- tinational corporations in two major speeches. In the afternoon debate, he gave grudging praise to the government's foreign in- vestment review bill, calling it a great improvement over a similar bill last year but vowing to press for amendments in committee to strengthen it. Then he won approval from Commons Speaker Lucien La- moureux to suspend discussion of that bill and hold a special evening debate on recent rate increases granted to Bell Can- ada by the Canadian transport commission. "It is fully time to call a halt to 1he monopolistic gouging by Bell Canada of the people of this he declared in a hard-hitting speech. Mr. Lewis noted that Bell has had four increases in 3% years and has yet another application before the transport commis- sion asking for rate increases to take effect next year. Bell Canada serves Ontario, Quebec, Labrador and part of the Northwest Territories. He urged the government to use its power to suspend the commission decision and review the case to see whether the in- creases should be disallowed. Conservative spokesmen at- tacked the increases as ex- cessive, while Mark MacGuigan said the commissions procedure for hearing the Bell application did not convince the public their in- terests were being protected. The foreign investment re- view bill won agreement from all parties to send it to com- mittee for study, although the Commons debate did not end Monday. All opposition parties Nixon may rest on Hanoi warning SAN CLEMENTS, Cab1. (Reu- ter) President Nixon, wind- ing up two days of talks with President Van Thieu, appeared today to be backing away from a public military guarantee for South Vietnam diesmte his readiness to act against any new invasion by the North. His remarks before the open- ing of the summit Monday and a report by. a VThite House spokesman later indicated he might decide to give a private commifment to President Thieu and publicly rest on his recent of reprisals if Hanoi blatantly violates the ceasefire- Although only sparse details of the talks were released, there were signs that Nixon felt his warnings would be an ade- quate deterrent and that anv open formal commitment to Saigon mi.eht hinder the search for reconciliation and peaceful cc-cperation with North Viet- nsm. ered the outlooks for peace and the size of post-war U.S. eco- nomic and military aid for South Vietnam- criticized the bill as Inadequate. Mr. Lewis said Canada does not need foreign investment. Foreign-owned firms were able to expand by reinvesting profits made in Canada. "We have not needed foreign capital in this country for years. We have been selling Canada out with our own money. We have permitted for- eigners to buy us out with our own dollars.' SEES IMPROVEMENT He said the bill is a great Im- provement over last year's, which provided for an agency to screen foreign takeovers of companies with more than assets or million an- nual sales. The new bill would have an agency screen such takeovers, plus any new business estab- lished in Canada by a foreigner and any expansion into unre- lated fields by foreign-con- trolled companies already oper- ating in Canada. Mr. Lewis said, however, his party would press in committee to have the proposed agency screen imports of parts and components, exports of raw ma- terials and any export agree- ments between multinational corporations and their Canadian subsidiaries. Eventually, he added, steps will have to be taken to buy back Canada. Weather and road report SUNRISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET Lethbridge Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton 52 Grande Prairie 45 Banff 48 Calgary 51 Victoria 51 Penticton j Prince George see. Arkansas. Mississippi and', rehabilitate, where TIfeu would suffer a major' Kamloops 1 Louisiana. and base to or private disappointment if that should be i Vancouver VICKSBURG. Miss. i There is growing concern that bodies. Its object will bs to "tJ f 1-irt T1 ttifft____I_ _ _____ i 11 Ambassador Mohammed Nas-! its MODERN INDUSTRIAL RENTALS 1750 lit Ave. S. Phone 328-6896 "Industrial and Home Owner Rentals" lawn town and Aerators, Feriil'zer Spreaders, RENTAL IS YOUR BEST BUY the Caroline Lejeune, 76, The ruer and its tributaries j nver-s landmark flood of film critic for the Sunday Ob- 1 have already flooded an esii- j 1927 T--nsn hundreds of people server for 32 years. mated total of 6.35 million acres tremendous property __ CUJVJ LJ. IS1 t, V Taylor. 76, for- i south of St. Lcuis and caused occurred in the lower mer columnist and associate! millions of dollars worth of editor of the Victoria Colonist, j damage to roads, bridges, New Ruebel. 42, houses ar.d farmland. vice-president of Manufacturers j At least 16 persons believ- Hanover Trust, killed himself ed to have died in accidents re- vith a guard's revolver in the lated to the floods. The latest lobby of his Park A venue of- i victims were in a tugbcat that went out of control in the swirl- ing Mississippi and struck a valley. Man's de- fenses are much better now, but thc-e are still weaknesses. ''The main river is poised to maicr the case, diplomatic observers Saskatoon suggested. Ragina..... ACKFD V.'innrceg Kis arrival at the Western 1 Tcron'o i White House followed a stats- j Ottawa et up ment by Pha Duong Hien, South Montreal along similar lines to the Na- i director -f H .52 50 23 56 23 23 23 24 28 37 53 23 51 41 61 03 41 24 22 C9 32 L Pre 25 Stockholm....... 46 36 Mexico City......32 55 Tokyo...........57 50 55 53 51 54 47 iional Trusts of Englard and Scotland, and the National Trust for Historic Preservation of the U.S. While two senior civil servants v.ill serve On its- board, it will be independent of the government boJi for day-to- day operations and long-range information, that Nixon would be for a guarantee against a invasion by Hanoi. While emphasizing Nixon's warninjs to Hanoi over the 33 40 overseas j St. John's........34 FORECAST: Lethbridge Medicine Hat sunny today. Highs near 55. Mainly sunny Wed- nesday with strong west ninds. Lows 25-30. Highs near 53. Calgary Mainly sunny to- day and Wednesday. Strong west winds Wednesday. Highs bc'h drys 50 55. Lows 25-30. Columbia Kootenay Today: Sunny except for cloudy periods in tfes Columbia district Wed- nesday: Sunny clouding over in the afternoon. Highs both 29 in the mid Lews tonight .21 around SO. Halifax 36 4S Fredericton 4G Chicago New York Miami Las Vesas Phoenix.........69 movement of arms into the lLos Anseles South and other alleged vVa- tions cf the ceasefire, White House press secretary Ziegler described the re-entry of U.S. air rawer into Vietnam as a hypothetical is- mornipg as he left on one of his -j r, bridge abutment here vester- trips by Phillips said Heritage day. One man is known dead; and five are missing. x'ormal Tlie water cczi.nues to rise. place sue Ziegler seamed to be saying 32 41 50 75 53 51 49 Rome........... 59 52 S3 0-1 23 MONTANA 30 .32 of Continental Divide 30 .05 j Partly cloudy today with wide- 43 53 81 75 63 Paris ?2 London 45 Berlin 41 steadily. It is almost certain to; SDling ;ould major prob_ flnnn mnrh m-rsrp AI__ i____ 'Caneda will not conflict with that Nixon, thoueh concerned i al rainfall at the agencies such as the j over Hanoi's actions and its id place UDsiream this" s'es ,.2nd monuments intervention on the side I Amsterdam Moscow 41 46 Jo 37 35 37 34 .13 ly scattered afternoon rain and .02 snow showers south portion. .20 Fair tonight and Wednesday. Warmer northwest portion to- day. Warmer all sections Wed- nesday. Highs today 45 to 55. Lows tonight 25 to 35. Highs Wednesday 55 to 65. West of Continental Divide- Fair today and Wednesday with j a warming trend. Highs today 150s. Lows tonight 20 to 30. I Highs Wednesday 55 to 65. flood much more low-lying farmland in Missouri, Tennes- Diary of Lieut. Col. G. A. Frencn, Officer Commanding N.W.M. Police 1874. TUESDAY, AUGUST 25th: Left at a.m. Had to cut down the banks somewhat to make a crossing. Road strikes north here to avoid creeks. We are travelling on the Plain Hunters trail that we crossed Kidnappers hold three hov lems in the lower Mississippi, he said. The main concern in the days ahead is the safety of New Orleans. The city sits mostly below sea level and only an in- tricate system of levees pro- tects it from the water of the beard and the national mu- seums. Where appropriate. Heritage Canada will encourage the other agencies to take over historic properties. It will act ES a co-ordinating centre for provincial and local voluntary agencies trying to preserve historic sites. of the Viet Cong in the strugg'e for political power in the South.' felt that North Vietnam will not destroy the shaky ceasefire signed Jan. 27. The spokesman had little to say about allegations that South Vietnam has committed maior violations of the ceasefire by money or proo- launching military actions rn be treated" as tr.x ,-fe- I agamst the Viet Cone. j 1 _ iiiieii. Mississippi on ens side huge Lake Pontccharlrain the o'.her. ductib'e s-nce Herbage Csnada The river going past New Or- is a charitable organization. 1 leans is now so high that visi-' SET BUENOS ATMS (API Kid- driving on the next The victims are Antonv R. If Hflls where the Plain Hunters and tnc Indians have been encamped. Grass poor. Water bad and difficult of access for horses. Soecial Presentation kr the Gox-ral Public Multi Projector Screen Presentation on Western History made in preparation for cur trek. Wednesday, 4fn s p.m. Large Auditorium Hamilton Jr. Xo Charge. PART I THE DIRTH OF A LKGCND The Tragedy of Wounded Krw The Cypress Hjils Massacre The Long March West The Custcr Massacre The Sioux Migration to Canada PART II mSTOlY LIVES IX SOUTHERN ALBERTA Pot Hole Detachment Milk Ridge Detachment Writing on Stone F5ig Bend Detachment Fort Mar'posl i manager for Easim'.n Kodak jture 5t- i Co. 5n Argentina the first inundated. American )n 'r.e country: rear-admiral Francisco Aau'-'in Alenian: Ge- rardo Scalmazzi. an Argentine manaeer cf U-e First National Bank of Boston, and Aigel Fahiar.i. son cf a v.cahhy Buenrs Aires busi- ships E; Orleans v.-ould be lirt riff EDMONTON Federal j circr officials have denied si- Iccalions Osat native v.omen in the Nr-Jh are being DaCmz and Ajcnvae vcrc kid- their will or ivifiout i 'd au1hcn1ics Iheir knovJedgc of the implica- groups were tiers. responsible." Fahiani also v.-as Dr. Brian Scott, director of kidnapped Monday, bat mem-1 nicdical scniccs for Ihe north- i her? of his fajnily saW his alv cm region, said Mondsv Canada and the Mr. Phillips said he has no immediate targets for proper- 1 f-.ounc ran a pickup truck into Da fC'-T 1h? flant in r.UTf" ?ijhllTl'. fullwj aTK3 off in intaesses SoM police. Authorities said fJie 43-year-old executive may have been hurl. A official said the fcid- telephoned and idcrjti- f od ?is memhcrc a leftiit jjijernlh organir-alion H s -vvomai) wants to be ilizj'l JOT birth-control reasoris. he said in an north- ern mr-flic.i] f'itti imdpr