Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THE IETHBRIDGI NEKAIO Tueiiliiv, April 4. 1775 B.C. government lifts A BLOOMING NICE GIFT Air Canada attendant Dougali McCormick presents o bouquet of daffodils lo ground hoslesl Allison Chaie while Gail Lenehan looki on at Toronto International Airport. Tho ftowerJ are part of a shipment of boxes from British Columbia, flown to Toronto for the Cancer Society's Daffodil day Friday. (CP Wiraphoro) Alberta beer, liquor prices VICTORIA (CP> "AH Is let's friends." I'ublic Works Minister Wil- am Chant signalled lln: Bril- sli Columbia (lovernmcnt's linngc of heart in its decision j withhold government mlvrr- isinp from two Victoria news- npprs with those words Mon- lay night. He lold Tlic Colonist which ilonfi with Hie limes had been lit willi tlic tan in raid-Feb- after publishing a cig- irette iidveitisDincnl in con- vention of Ihe Tobacco Ad- vertising Restraining Act ruary prompted Attorney.Gen- that Ihc government "can't be right all (lie time." "Everything will clear snM Mr. Chant. "Give it a liUle. lime. Sometimes when you try lo (to the right thing, things don't always work out." S u ]i (I a y, an advertisement placed by Ihe provincial ti- nancc department appeared in The Colonist. II was repeated in Monday's editions of The Times. The appearance of llio cig- arette ad In The Times in Feb- r, in gary CALGARY (CP) Ati arson-1 then ran outside and "the fire ;l set the fire which destroyed seemed lo blow out the win- a downtown furniture ware- dows and engulf the whole house Monday night, police building in a inallur of min- By NORMAN GRAHAM Canadian Press Slaff Writer Canada's beer and liquor drinkers might consider pro- spUint the two beverages at among the lowest prices in Ihe countrv. But drinkers In the Atlantic Frank slide survivor dies at 88 BLATRMORE (CNP Bureau) William MontalbetU, a sur- vivor of the 1903 Frank slide, died Sunday In the Vflllovr Creek Auxiliary Hospital at tho age of oft years. Born et Kenora, Ont.. July 3. 1883, he arrived nt Frank In the early IMOs. He moved to Corhin, B.C., nnrt then In 1935 to Blairmore. In his early clays he was cnv provinces, especially which has the [oundland, had belter make it second highest price of S.7. a small toast because ot the Liquor drinkers also do high prices tliere. in Alborla as a survey of the A Cross Canada Survey liy prices of brands shows, The Canadian Press shows the I Tlio nvrrago price iicross (lie average price of 2-1 bottles of i r-ouiitrj- (or a 25- or 2ii ounce beer in Cajiada is 56.35. incluil- i bottle of Jolinny Walker Hed iug al] taxes and deposit on Label Scotch is 3S.96 but Al- bottles. berta offers iL for a low of At present, Ontario's price of Newfoundland again is the lowest but it ivil] be charges the top price of S7.60, raised later this month to S5.50, A similar site bottle of Sea- the same es in Alberta In j .s VQ n.e [or M sy. Quebec the pnce ranges Iron. s to J5.80, Newioundland cbarges for 24 bottles, 51.22 more than said today Two constables responded to an anonymous telephone report of a smashed door at Ihe ware- house about 10 p.m. found the place tod been broken into once mside spotted flames in a corner of Ihc structure. They were prevented from reaching tho flames with hand extinguishers when a ceiling collapsed. A police report said the men Greenpeace group seeks volunteers eragc price of m Canada, Alberta's price of 56.45 Is only a dime higher than in British Columbia which has the lowest price of S6.35. New Brunswick charges a high of followed by New- foundland flt Officials in most provinces I were unable lo provide a breakdown of federal and pro- vincial i liquor. laxes on beer and Robber WELLKGTON (Renter) The Canadian Greenpeace ployed as a track lumber fore- 1 Foundation, a protest group man for the Eastern British! based in Vancouver, is seeking Columbia Railroad, a mining volunteers in Zo.il.ind to line. join a slup-board protest against He was a desk clerk for the. tlie French nuclear testing cite Grccnhill Hotel here for JO i in the South Pacific, years- i Tlie foundation cabled The Funeral semes will be held Evenjng pojt newspaper today st 10 Wednesday In St. on people of New Churnch'S HCirai1 in c'uX remanded 26, ol Lcth- join its protest against tho (ly in provincial court today. Methadone use proposed for addiction French nuclear testing program at Mururoa nloll- Hudson heard testimony by Dr Scott Angus, The tests are expected after a city psychiatrist, and ordered Jmc 1 aL Ihe atoll, which lies tnat N'jeman be sent to the Al- some 800 miles southeast of Ta- i ncspitai m Ponoka for hili. examination. The cable said the foundation xieman was arrested and would recruit volunteers for the protest ship, to be xieman was robtery with vio- as icnce on March 17, following stage protest OTTAWA (CP) About students burned a poster of On tario Premier William Davis Monday and marched to the Ot lawa homo of Conservativ MP Clause Bennett to proles a SIOO increase in university lu' lion fees, The incrense, announced lasl week in the Ontario budget, was a rallying point for students from Carleton University, Ot- tawa University and Algonquin College. Student leaders called for tlic march to Mr. Bennett's home after he refused Lo ad- dress Lire rally ut Carlelon. Leaders have called fop a strike today in support of the arotest. Carleton University President Davidson Dun ton an- nounced afternoon will e cancelled. Tha rally was addressed by Michael Cassidy, New Demo- crat MP for Ottawa Centre, und Albert Hoy, Liberal ft IP for Ottawa East and Opposition education critic. There were no incidents dur- ing the march, although some students scuffled with police while trying to erect a billboard on Mr. Bennett's lawn. No ar- rests resulted. Greenpeace Three. Greenpeace Bating and robbery of Ed- WASHfXGTON (AP) The. One and Greenpeace Too were j n. Sherring, 50, also of i .._ earlier the same I.ethb ridge man, federal government proposed Monday that mclhadone mainte- nance be removed from the ex- perimental stage and recog- nized, under strict government supervision, us R legitimate medical treatment for rinig ad- diction. The new guidelines also rec- ommend the removal of metha- done from retail pharmacies while continuing to permit dis- tribution t h r o u E h authorized mcthadone maintenance pro- grams or through hospital phar- macies for use as an analgesic. used to protest against the U.S. nuclear test on Amchitka Is- land, m tho Aleutians, lasl Nov- ember. Foundation president Ben Metcallc said in Ills cable lo The Evening Post that tlie main thrust of its present protest would be directed against France Itself. Melcalfe said It seemed clear tho people of France generally did not appreciate the environ- mental implications of what tho French Atomic Commission was planning. I day. Another dialled with robbery with vio- lence stemming from the same incident, is in police custody pending the date of a prelim- inary hearing. LABOUR REPRESENTATIVES SYMPOSIUM FRIDAY, APRIL 14 Workmen's Compensation Building Auditorium Main Floor 9912 107 ST. EDMONTON i A panel of prominent labour leaden will discuit Future lunch nt p reach rhflie prran ui bv April 7 lo THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION BOARD OF ALBERTA Two Japanese ships seized JUNRAU, Alaska Japanese fi.sliing vosstl.s si Rained for Kwliak today nn- Icr coast guard oscorl afU-r approliundeil for alleged I'inlalions uf the American Fisheries zone. The coapt guard the Lrnnsport Kohoyo Maru SI and the trailer Rynyo Main un-p hcinp hrlrl in Kodiak ponding action hy Ihc U.S. at- tornev, Trudeaus may continue B.C. skiing holiday ALTA LAKE, B.C. (CP) The .skiing is so good at the Ttloimlain re- sort area that Prime Minis- ter and Mrs. Tnideau are likely lo another couple of resort offi- cials said Monday. Mr. Triidoau a .id his spent six hours Monday on the sunny slopes where Qic temperature hit a high of 35. They started their Kaslcr vacation at Whistler last Friday. al Peterson (o 17 2.1 1G 41) 41 41 32 34 solidalcd without any harmful effects. linuu their hoycoll. Tlie resumption of govern- Tlie hoard savs nny reduction mcnt advertising In Ihe Victo- in tho number of teachers in [he "a Is "IJt said Ron Powell, co- of Today ruhlicalions Victoria Ppr.licton Prince (Jcorge Kamloops X'anconvcr Saskatoon...... Retina...... Toronto Ottawa....... Montreal...... St. John's Halifax P'rcdcriclon Chicago N'ew York..... Miami......., I.os Angeles Phoenix Honolulu Rome....... Paris....... London........ Amsterdam Stockholm..... Tokyo........ .OS system can tie brought about by natural at (fit ion of teachers through resignations retire- ments rMhcr limn by firing, Board Chairman George Me- Jleaiy said he planed to ask JOEird trustees at a meeting to- night to approve a resolution locking the teachers a half- lay's for most tliose who fait to handle afternoon Injuries (dial DE WINTON, Alta. (CP) Hilcy Edward Gamble, 16. ol Midnapore, died Monday of in- juries suffered in a I'.vo car accident near here Saturday. De Winton Is just south Calgary. Opportunity For Youth THE ALBERTA SERVICE CORPS Apply If you 13 or over A nflfivft romnwnify, o city project or in on rjrc'i nf choose your own voca- menial heallh lion. Work where you will maks the dif ference. For full Information, phono 328-9698 THE ALBERTA SERVICE CORPS 7 i; 3t 30 24 .01 31 1.11 27 .36 30 27 .H 71 57 61 72 43 53 45 39 33 JO FORECAST I.dlilirldRc, Medicine II t. Calvary Today: Suuny. 35-10, I.nivs npar 2'. Wednesday: Sunny ultl] few cloudy periods. Ilitftis 50- Columbia. Kootcnay To- day: Simny becoming cloudy r h I h i s ziflernoon. Wednesday: r _! Cloudy. Kain decreasing to a lew by evening. Highs _07 today and Wednesday near 50. I Lows tonight 25 to 35. Montana Kast ol Continental Divide- Fair casl increasing cloudiness wesl today a warming trend, Widely scattered snow showers povUou tonight. Wednesday cloudy and wanner with widely scattered rain today 45 (o 55, west 35 to 45 cast portion. Lows toniflht mostly 20s. Highs Wed- nesday 55 to CD. Wr-sl of Continental fnc-reasink' cloudiness early to- day with scattered showers this afternoon tonight and Wed- nesday, Little change in tem- perature. Higlis today and Wednesday 45 lo 55, Lows to- night ic 30s. for us Ltd., of Ci-aubrook, winch pub- lishes two dailies and a weekly with a combined circulation of "The Issue Is partly answer- ed, but wo don't know that this (government boycott) will hap- pen agnin tomorrow or next lie said. (Sec earlier story on Page BIG JOKER BACK ON ICE Bock ol Flamingo Park 7on near Pickering, England, ii Ihe monirer flie elephant seal which was brought out of cold Blorago and laken fo Loch Ness, Scotland, os on April Poofs' Day [oke, where it was first thought to be that mysierioui loch Ness Monster. Tha animal In fact an inmate of the Dudley Zoo purlner zoo to the Flam- ingo Park zoo had died aboul two weeks ago with fbe pruserved in cold sTorogc. Tho whole hoax oro.onUcd by Ihe publicity officer of tho 1001. (AP Wirepholo) SPECIALS! SPECIALS! AT GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES EASY TROL SEED AND FERTILIZER DRILL AND PLANTER FILL SYSTEM SEED EXTRA ACRES A DAY AND ELIMINATE BACKACHE PLOW AND HARROW AS YOU GO WITH A MID-WEST HARROW MOUNTED QUICKLY AND EASILY WE WILL ACCEPT BARLEY AT AND WHEAT AT PER BUSHU WHILE STOCKS IA5T j OI-T1CIAI, AS OF TCIFIAV COL'TiTKSV HI-' A.MA All highways In Lhn >Tidgn riisLrict aro hnre arid dry nnd In good muter driving condilion. Jliglway 1. Tr.ins ranarta Ifgiway. Clnlgnry Hrtnff is o and dry. Banff-Golden, bare and dry. Golden to Rcvel- is generally bare willi some black ice and fallen rock. Motorists ;iro ndviscd lo (or frost hcave.s in Hits area. Banff-natlium highway is moslly hnro v.ilh occasional slippery soclions. In jrocxj winter driving conriiiion. Snow tires or chains arc re- quired travelling on any mountain road ar ski access road. TORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Clnsln" Coiltt.1 2-1 Jionrs; Canvay 9 a.m. to fi p.m.; Del Bonita 9 .m, to 6 p.m.; B.C. 9 lo 6 p.m.; [I.e., ?t hours; Porlhiil Hykorl.i B a.m. to iiiidniijlit. Chief Mountain closed. 8 a.m. lo S p.m.