Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THI irrHBSIDOl HIKMO Joturday, April I, Wl Set a path; keep edeals tlAYMONU (HNS) Pres- ident Fay II. M'alker ccitdiiL-lod all se5sions of the Taylor Stake LDS Church quarterly confer- ence here recently There were l.lfffi in alien- dance ;il tin- Amoral meeting. "Wliy is I he world so filled svith he'asked. His ntlvice was: "Take slock o( yourself; put your values where they should be placed; Bel a path In follow and keep ivith the; Idciils you have set." Thomas Karren, stako coun- sellor, said: ''In order to be- lieve in II ie resur reel i dii we must first holievc in Clod." He told of way lo bring God tnlo the individual life, by faith and study. David Klnsey, representing Hie Taylor stake high council, took his text from the Hook of Mormon. He implored his nu- (licnce to ix'iid HIP story of the visit of Christ to America as is told in the Mormon scriptures. Special Kastcr music was rendered, by a combined choir f r o m the Magrnlli Welling ward and branches of the stake. The cliolr was di- rected hy Mrs. Jean Wheeler. Tlio invocation was offered by T, T. Mendcnhall, patriarch nf the Taylor Stake, and the 1 benediction was given by Hen- i ry Perrett, CHAPLIN RETURNS TO CALIFORNIA Comedian Chartes Chaplin, 82, Is greeted by Howard W. Koch, member of the Board of Governori and Treasurer of Mio Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, on his arrival at Los Angeles Internntional Airport Friday after- noon. Chaplin will rcceivs an honorary Oscar at ilia Academy Award Ceremonies Monday. Nexl to Chaplin his wife, Oona. was 10 cents cheaper, too5 grown up now t_J n. EDMONTON (CT1 A re-J lion to the federal government jiorL tabled In the Alberla the school boards o! stature Friday jsays the nation-] Banff nnd Jasper seeking Joc.il el park communities nf Banff j status for their and Jasper aro financially and i towns equivalent to that of otherwise capable of operating other Alherta communities, as autonomous towns. [n tabling the document, Pre- Tlie report, prepared by the mler Peter Loughecd said the staff of the municipal offairs government has yet to review department, endorses a peti- j the report and its conclusions -'are not government policy. 1 "We believe that (he people i of Banff and Jasper should have the same right as other Albertans to express tbeir views on the Important ques- tion of Incorporation of (heir [he report says, II suggests that if the oppor- tunity for local government status Is made available to the communities, a petition should be presented to the taxpayers. The communities could oper- ate as autonomous towns with- out, any adverse effect on the Suspend prices BUENOS AIRES (Rculer) Argentina's military govern- ment has suspended electricity price increases which led to vio- lent demonstrations and four deaths in the normally placid western region of the country. President Alejandro Lanusse Bald In a television find radio broadcast Friday ihat he Is suspending the new rnles, which ID some cases were four times as high aa before, pending etudy of the way they will be applied. But he warned thnt security forces will take strong mea- sures against agitators, and lha his government will not be di- verted Jrom its plans to hold el- ections next March after nearly aeven years ol military rule. There has been widespread nolcnce In .Mendoza, capital of the western region, and the tearby city of San Juan In the last (our days In protest gainst the price Increases. parks, with special measures used lo provide- guarantees that the towns' development j was TORONTO (CP) A na- tional conference of women activists made n major break- tlirough Friday into a men's beer parlor. After one delegate Invaded the hotel pub nlone and was told to leave, IS others stormed in lo demand their rights.-They were served. "The beer was 10 cents cheaper too than in the other one announced triumphantly later. It was Ihe opcmng night ot the weekend conference, at- tended by more than 500 ivornen from across Canada. The National Action Commit- tee on tlie Status of Women 15 the sponsor. The group gave a standing Schreyer majority cut to four ovation to Casgvnin, a senator until she retired last year at the ngc of 75, ivhcn sho said she fought for 25 years for equal pay for equal work. But Mine. Casgrain cau- delegates (o be careful about disregarding men. "There are stupid men and (here arc stupid she said. She agreed with Jan Stoele, chairman of a study group on the stains of women, who dis- agreed with sculptor Maryon WINNIPEG (CP) Ruperts- land M L A Jean Allard bolted the New Democratic Party compatible with federal! government's caucus Friday to government plans Tor the parks. The report suggests that if tho toivnsltes ere incorporated, a type of municipal planning commission should be formed for each town on the federal government has mem- bership and n direct voice. 'Vi'e do Dot necessarily sug- L the transfer of tha towns, .f incorpornted, from the parks or the creation of a corridor, although either of those steps could be a choice of the Alberta and federal Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION SMITH-JONES HIARING AID SERVICE R1PLEY OPTICAL (18 3rd Ave. S. Phons 328-5447 Boy, 5 drowns in Elbow river CALGARY (CP) The body o( Richard Allan Coleman, 5, was recovered from (tie Elbow River Friday by police divers. The hoy disappeared Thurs- day evening and tracks were found leading to en ice hole. ENOUGH BATHS JAKARTA, Indonesia (Reu- ler) Governor Ali Sadikin oi Jakarta has closed five steam- baths and massage parlors be- cause they were operating with- out permits. A spokesman for his office said 29 such establish- ments were sufficient. sit as an Independent, slicing to four Premier Ed Schrcyer's mojnrily In Ihe Manitoba leg- islature. Mr. Allard, a former Liberal who has been attacked public- ly in recent weeks by eome ele- ments o( the NDP, caught the legislature by surprise vith his brief statement. The departure of Hupc'i-tslantl MLA loaves the with seats in the 57- member legislature. There are 20 Conservatives, three Lib- erals, two Independents, one Social Creditor and one Beat Is j varant. 1 Mr. Allard's resignation Is Ihe Iliinl upheaval within the Schreyer administration In less than eight months. Thompson MLA Joe "Borow- ski quit ns highway minister last fall in a dispute over cen- sorship and abortion policy and Sidney Green resigned as resources and urban affairs minister last month over the issue of tax aid to private anc: parochial schools. LONDON (CP) Results of Old Country soccer matches Saturday: liNGLISII I.KAGUE Division I Arsenal 2 Wolverhampton I Chelsea 2 Crystal P 1 luddersfleld L Ipswich S 2 Man United 0 liverpool 3 Coventry 1 Man City 3 West Ham 1 Volts F 1 Newcastle 0 iheffield U 0 Derby 4 Southampton 0 Everton I >loke 0 Leeds 3 iVest Brom 1 Tottenham 1 Division II Birmingham 1 Mlllwal] 0 Burnley 3 Wftlford 0 Carlisle 2 Bristol C 0 Cliarlton 2 Fulham 2 Hull 1 Queen's PR 1 Luton 1 Blackpool 4 Norwich 1 Sheffield W 0 Orient 1 Middlesbrough 1 Preston vs. Swindon ppd Stmderland 1 Cardiff 1 Division III Barnsley 0 Blackburn 0 Bradford 0 Porlvale 0 Brighton 3 Wrexham 2 Bristol II 1 Halifax 0 Oldhiim 2 Mansfield 1 Rotherham 0 Chesterfield 1 Shrewsbury 2 Rochdale 1 Swansea 1 Plymouth 1 Walsall I Eolton 1 York 0 Aston Villa I Councillors immunity no closer AMERICAN MOTORS WITH THE GREATEST GUARANTEE IN THE INDUSTRY ALL 1972 MODELS CARRY A 1 Year, Mile Guarantee If anything goes wrong In this lime and (he factory's fnuh it will fixed absolutely FREE NOTICE TO All RAMW.ER AMERICAN MOTOR CAR AND JEEP OWNERS On Now and Continuing Thru April ANNUAL FREE SPRING CAR CLINIC Trili >viM allow you fo havi fa dory Trained micrionlci thick your car with e 10 point check OT no coir, or any obligation to you, our cuitonMr, whom hoyi tervid for over 13 ytaii. Phone 327-2750 FOR APPOINTMENT NOW BROUGHT TO YOU BY UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Comer of 3rd Ave. and 3rd St. S. who olio ttffen you CompleU mechanical Niw icr dtpl. cov.r all r.poin Til DIVISION IV Aldershot 3 Doncasler 0 Harrow 1 0 Brentford 2 Cambridge 1 Bviry 2 Soulhilort 1 Chester 1 Grimsby Z Darlinglon 1 Crewo 1 Newport 0 0 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Aberdeen 7 Ayr 0 Airdrieonians 4 Dundee 2 Clyde 1 Mangers 1 Dundee U 3 Hearts 2 Dimfermline vs. Morion ppd Falkirk 4 Mothcrwcll 0 Hibernian 7 St. Jolmstoiic 1 Kilmarnock 1 Celtic 3 Partick 1 East Fife 0 Division II Alloa 3 Albion 1 Berwick 0 Arbroatli 1 Forlar 1 E Stirling 0 Hamilton 0 Stirling 2 Montrose 2 Dumbarton 3 Queen's Pk 0 Queen S 0 Ilaith 4 Slcnbousernuir n St. Mirren S Cowdcnhealli 1 Stanraer 3 Drecliin 2 Kanlarolf about licnv women sbonld gum political power. Miss Kanlarolf called for e women's political party. She said if women join "male- dominated political parties Ihpy will waste all (heir ener- gies In ball ling" (lie establisb- mont. would ue a big mistake (o have a women's nolilical Mmc. Casgrain said, adding: 'I lost nine times at the polls and that is worse than having a baby." Florence Bird, chairman of the commission, supported Mrs. Slcclc. saying: "Work the power structure. Don't go back lo the ghetto." Public funds use bill introduced EDMONTON (CP) A bill hat would lake away Ihe cab- net's right to authorize use of iiiblic funds for the support of egislative committees was In- .roduced In the Alberta leglsla- .u're by James Henderson (SC The proposed (amendment to he Legislative Assembly Act would (jive only the legislature he right to authorize cucli spending. The hill deals with an Issue hat resulted In the longest de- >ate of the current sitting, March J4. That was the night Gordon Taylor (SC Drumheller) motion of non-confi- the government, It mover! a dencc In criticized the Progressive Con- servative administration for 'misusing puhllc money to pay government task forces which are nothing more or less than Conservative party caucus commillces." Debalc dragged on for five hours, hours past normal adjournment, before the mo- lion was defeated 42 to 20. A decision lo pay out-of- pocket expenses to the approxi- mately 25 members of govern' ment committees was made by a cabinet onler-ln-council Feb, 16. Mr. Taylor said the opposi- tion had no objection to the caucus commit tees but they should be doing their work un- der the indemnity they are at ready receiving. MLAs in Albcrla get an an nual indemnity of and aii expense allowance of Mr. Henderson, former health mJnJslcr, also intro- duced B proposed amendmen to the Health and Social De Employment portfolio for Mac's son EDMONTON (CP) provincial government Is not contemplating any changes in legislation during the Spring session to give members of municipal councils some form o f parliamentary iinmunily, Municipal Affairs Minister Dave Russell said in the Alber- la legislature Friday. (icorfiti Ho I.cm Maurice Macmillan, 51-year-old son of former prime minister Harold Macmitlan, has -slmt from rela- tive obscurity in Conservative party ranks to one of (ho most sensitive posLs in the British probably tbe most I Vled'icine Hal l.ko over as 5Cc- rctary of employment from Ilobert Carr as part of a innjor cabinet shuffle announced Fri- elopment Act. Tl would allow h e department to limit wel- arc payments to Individuals who arc able to work, offered vork and refuse lo work. Mick Fluker (PC St. Paul) .nlreduced a bill Hiat would ji-ing inspection service to nil )ioccssing planls in tho prov- ince. Mr. Kluker Enid the proposed Meat Inspection Acl would widen marketing opportunities or small processors and Im- >rovc the quality of products :hey market. An amendment to the Public Lands Act proposed by Allan Warrack, minister of lands and forests, would repeal B bill Ihat Imils camping on public lands without a permit lo 30 days year. Environment Mlnlsler Bill Yurko inlroduccd a bill amend- ing tho Environment Conserva- tion Act that would transfer re- sponsibility (or the environ- mental conservation oulhority to the environment minister from the cabinet and Increase authority membership to lour from three. Former Montana speaker dies HELENA, Mont. (AP) W. r. Pilceram, a Speaker of the Montana House In 1835 and former stale land commission- er, died Friday night In hospi- tal. He was 82. Pilgeram collapsed earlier la the day at his home In Helena of an apparent lieart allack. A hospital spokesman said Pil- geram was brought to tho hos- pital unconscious and never re- gained consciousness. Weather and road report SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET i Letblii Edmonton Uanff Peace River day Prime Minister Edward llcolh dropped five members of his cabinrL and changed 11 olhcr portfolios, in- creasing tlie cabinet's size lo 18 from 17. Carrr who has had lo deal wilh such crises as the recent severe sliorUige caused by n conl miiier.s strike, be- comes Conservative House leafier, a highly-valued post in Britain, It is the job formerly held by William Whitelaw, now BriLLsh minisler in charge of Northern Ireland. Two pressing problems face Macmillan immediately: a threatened slrike next week by B r i t a i n 's railwayman which would bring chaos Lo the coun- try, unil an unemployment level of about one million, the highest in years. If 46 53 2A 44 23 39 22 ni; L Pre 27 Calgary Prince Georgo Kamloops _____ Pentictou Prince Albert North Batlleford Saskaloon Winnipeg Kenora Thunder Bay Toronlo Ottawa Montreal Quebec St. John, Nfld. Halifax Frcdcricton Chicago ..........35 Minneapolis ......33 New York ........41 1-os Angeles Miami...... Plieonix Mexico Cily Honolulu El B3 84 72 .03 Rome Paris Berlin Brussels Moscow 70 59 53 55 40 FORECASTS Medicine Hal- toniglit; lows near 20. Mninly cloudy Sun- day; highs near 40. Columbia Kootenayi Today and Sunday, mainly cloudy with snowshowors. Remaining cool. Highs both days, 45 to 50. Lows tonight near 30. MONTANA East ol Continental Divide: Partly cloudy with frequent rain or snowshowers In lha mountains and scattered Ehow- crs over Ihe plains. A little cooler in the east. Windy at times along the east slopes of the Rockies. Highs today and Sunday mostly 50s. Lows to- night, 25 to 35. Wcsl of Conllncntal Divide! Considerable cloudiness with occasional showers of rain or snow today through Sunday. Little temperature c h ange. Higlis today and Sunday 40 to 50. Lows tonight ?o to 35. USE STONE TOOIS A Tasaday holds a stono axe with a ralon-bound handle fo members of Panamin, a foundation funded by (he Philippine governmenl, when viiilad Inn cove.dwelling Toiadoy peopla recently. CROWN SCRAP! MODEL 250 Capacity 2 to 214 yards. Cutting width- Drawbar Horsepower required 50. MODEL 600 Capacity 4W to 6 yards. Cutting wldth- Drawbar Horsepower required 70. These EARTHMOVERS are ipeclfically designed end constructed far farm use. They are Intended to be used wiih farm tractors to make ir possible to do many farm land luch drainage, trenching, build- ing farm dugauli, Irrigation and other earlh moving applicafioni, GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY LETKBRIDG1 PHONE 32B-1141 QWIC1M. AS OF TODAY COURTKSY OF AMA All highways in the Uth- bridge district are bare and dry and in good condition. Highway 1, Calgary to Banff, bare and wet, Banff-Golden has 2 Inches of new snow, plowed and sanded, few slippery sec- tions. Golden to Revelsloke Is bare. Walch for frosl heaves and fallen rock. Revelstoke to Three Valley Gap Is bare and wel. Banff-R a d I u m highway, 1 inch of new snow, slushy sec- tions. Danff-J a s n c r Iiigliw ny, 2 Inches of snow, plowed and sanded, few slippery sections. Snow tires or chains arc re- quired when travelling Ihrongh any mnur.tiin area or ekl- access road. TORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing CouttS M hours; Canvay 6 a.m. to fi p.m.; Del Donita 9 .m. lo 6 p.m.; Ilooscville, B.C. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgatc, 24 hours; Portliill Flykerts 8 a.m. lo midnight. Chief Mountain closed, WiMbone, 8 to t p.m.