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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta April I, TNI LfTHWNOQI Soccer scores LONDON (CP) Old Country results of soccer games Saturday: ENGLISH LEAGUE Arsenl 0 West Ham 0 2 Derby 0 Leicester 3 Birmingham 3 Liverpool 2 Queen's PR 1 Man City l Ipswich 3 Newcastle 2 Everton 1 Norwich 0 Man United 2 Sheffield U 0 Coventry 1 Southampton 0 Chelsea 0 Stoke 4 Burnley 0 Wolverhampton 1 Tottenham 1 Aston Villa 1 Swindon 1 Blackpool 1 Hull 2 Bolton 1 Cardiff 1 Bristol C 2 Carlisle 0 Crystal P 0 Portsmouth 0 Fulham 0 West Brom 0 Luton 4 Preston 2 Middlesbrough 4 Notts C 0 Notts F 2 Sunderland 2 Orient 1 Millwall 1 Oxford 1 Sheffield W 0 Division III Blackburn 1 Port Vale 1 Brighton 2 Walsall 1 Cambridge 3 Rochdale 3 Charlton 0 Bournemouth 0 Grimsby 3 Plymouth 0 Halifax 0 Watford 0 Hereford 0 York 0 Oldham 2 Tranmere 2 Shrewsbury 3 Huddersfield 0 Wrexham 0 Aldershot 0 IV Bamsley 0 Northampton 2 Brentford 0 Stockport 0 Doncaster 1 Exeter 0 Lincoln 4 Bury 3- Mansfield 0 Bradford 0 Newport 0 Hartlepools 0 Peterborough 4 Crewe 0 Reading 0 Scunthorpe 0 Swansea 0 Darlington 0 Torquay 3 Rotherham 0 Workington 3 Gilllngham 3 SCOTTISH FA CUP Seml-flul Hearts 1 Dundee U 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE DiviiiMl Ayr 0 Aberdeen 0 Celtic 1 Arbroath 0 Dumbarton 3 Hibernian 3 Dundee 2 Morton 1 East Fife 1 Falkirk 2 Motherwell 1 Rangers 4 Sh. Johnstone 3 Dunfermline 1 Division II Airdrieonians 4 Hamilton 1 Albion 0 Stranraer 2 Brechin 0 Kilmarnock 4 Cowdenbeath 0 Clydebank 2 E Stirling 1 Stirling 0 Queen of S 5 Montrose 0 St. Mirren 0 Alloa 1 Stenhousemuir 0 Raith 1 Forfar vs. Queen's Pk, ppd. IRISH LEAGUE Ballymena 2 Larne 0 Bangor 1 Linfield 2 Coleraine 4 Distillery 1 Crusaders 2 Glenavon 0 Glentoran 1 Cliftonville 0 Portadown 1 Ards 2 ATA assembly next week EDMONTON (CP) Early childhood education, organization and administration of schools and working conditions will be major areas of attention at the Alberta Teachers' Association 57th annual representative assembly April 15-17. About 480 teachers from 74 ATA locals will attend the assembly, to consider more than 100 resolutions ranging from administrative matters to association policy issues. Injunction bid adjourned EDMONTON (CP) A move by Calgary businessman Chris Harder to strike out a law suit and an application for a permanent injunction against him by Mayor Ivor Dent has been adjourned. Mr. Harder's notice of motion called Mayor Dent's action, "vexatious and an abuse of the process of court." GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge...... 52 Pincher Creek... 50 32 Medicine Hat 55 32 Edmonton...... 45 23 Grande Prairie 44 26 Banff........... 43 30 Calgary......... 52 28 Victoria 53 38 .01 Penticton....... 54 29 Prince George 49 23 Kamloops....... 54 28 Vancouver...... 53 38 .01 Saskatoon....... 28 15 Regina 25 17 Winnipeg....... 21 17 Toronto......... 41 21 .18 Ottawa......... 41 17 .11 Montreal 35 20 .34 St. John's....... 54 27 Halifax......... 49 35 .02 Charlottetown 40 32 .03 Fredericton..... 45 30 .02 Chicago 51-31 .02 New York...... 60 46 Miami.......... 75 70 Los Angeles..... 80 60 Las Vegas...... 77 52 Phoenix 90 57 Honolulu........ 84 71 Athens 59 54 Rome......... 64 48 Paris........... 68 52 London......... 64 41 Berlin.......... 64 39 Amsterdam..... 63 37 Moscow 45 34 Stockholm 63 50 Tokyo 64 48 Hong Kong...... 72 68 Buenos Aires___ 84 66 FORECAST: Lethbridge Medicine Hat sunny, gusty west winds, highs near 55. Lows 25-30. Tuesday, cloudy periods, highs near 55. Columbia Kootenay Today and Tuesday a few clear periods, otherwise cloudy with a few afternoon and evening showers. Highs 45 to 55, lows in the lower 30s. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Sunny and warm today. Increasing cloudiness west tonight continued fair east. Showers west and south partly cloudy northeast Tuesday. Highs both days 50s. Lows tonight mostly 30s. West of Continental Divide Partly cloudy and warm today. Showers tonight and Tuesday. A little cooler Tuesday. Highs today 50s. Lows tonight 25 to 35. Highs Tuesday 45 to 55. THRIRY RITCHIE STOCK WATERERS Electric Heated Waterers... For Cattle, Hogs and Sheep. Most sizes avaiiable now. Buy Early and be Ready... GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway Box 1202 328-1141 AMA ROAD REPORT as of 8 a.m., April 8, 1974. All highways in the Lethbridge area are bare and dry. Highway I Trans-Canada west, Calgary to Golden, bare and dry. Golden to Revelstoke, 1" of new snow with occasional slippery sections. Banff Jasper Highway, mostly bare with some drifting at Parkers Ridge. Ports of entry: Times in Mountain Standard Time opening and closing times: Carway 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Chief Mountain closed; Coutts open 24 hours; Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Kingsgate open 24 hours; Porthill-Rykerts 7 a.m. until 11 p.m.; Wild Horse 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Rooseville 7 a.m. to 11 pirn.' Logan Pass. (Canada Cnitomi moved one hoar earlier Jan. 6 when Montana went on daylight On its 25th birthday... NATO's future By DREW M10DLETON New Ytrk Tlnei Service NEW YORK When, on April 4, 1949, governments signed the North Atlantic Treaty, their resources for defending Western Europe amounted to 20 under strength divisions, less than a thousand operational aircraft, 20 air bases and a promise that United States atomic bombers would retaliate to Soviet aggression. Today, 25 years later, NATO deploys 63 divisions from Norway's north cape to the Soviet Turkish frontier, can count on approximately aircraft from 220 bases and a wide variety of tactical and strategic nuclear weapons. The 1950's were NATO's growth decade. Three countries were added Greece and Turkey in 1952 to establish a southern flank in the eastern Mediterranean, West Germany in 1955 to gain manpower and a reasonable chance that invasion would be met, at the start at least, as far east as possible. In the 1960's, however, the alliance's prestige and political influence in the Western world withered. The most serious blow was the French decision to withdraw from military integration while remaining a signatory of the treaty. Tomorrow's military technology, authoritative sources predict, will enable the alliance to meet pressure for cuts in manpower by the introduction of new weapons, costly to manufacture but economical in the number of men required to operate them. NATO is regarded by many Western leaders as the primary military deterrent that has kept the European peace for a quarter of a century. In that period the alliance's geographical area has changed, its weaponry has become, more sophisticated and the political ties basic to collective defense have loosened as the now 15 member nations re established national identities in the decades since the war and the overt Soviet threat subsided. That threat was very real to the 12 powers that signed the treaty in Washington. In 1948 the Russians had overthrown the non communist government of Czechoslovakia and blockaded West Berlin. There were about 80 Soviet divisions and aircraft in Central and Eastern Europe. This move, inspired by De Gaulle's belief in French independence, forced NATO to switch headquarters from Paris to Brussels and rebuild logistical arrangements that had previously depended on the use of French territory for air and naval bases, supply depots and pipelines in the event of war. The first murmurs from Moscow about the wisdom of improving relations in Europe in the late 60's began to sap public support for an alliance that yearly consumed more money, material and manpower than most members thought they could afford. The '70's brought new problems. The United States, the foremost power in NATO, appeared to be negotiating for better relations with Moscow over the heads of its allies. European members, stronger economically, began paying less attention to American advice and more to their own interests as they conceived them. And the United States, which had been finding the cost of maintaining troops in West Germany too high, demanded payment by Bonn to offset costs. Last month Bonn agreed in principle to payments of more than billiun toward the costs of maintaining U.S. forces in Germany. Total U.S. contribution per year to NATO is estimated at approximately billion. Pontiff calls for peace in Chile VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope Paul called today for peace and reconciliation In Chile, and appealed for an end to "all revenges, animosities and resentments" there. The Pope made the remarks in an address to Hector Riesle, new Chilean ambassador to the Vatican who presented his credentials to the Roman Catholic pontiff. The Pope told the ambassa- dor he had followed the Chilean crisis with "paternal anguish when U looked threatening and was touching the world's public opinion." "We have not ceased and will not cease to follow with the same paternal diligence, the problems and difficulties still existing." The pontiff said he seeks for Chile "two invaluable benefits for every Christian and human being: fraternity and peace." Sonny, Cher cancelled NEW YORK (AP) CBS- TV's top-rated Sonny and Cher variety program hu been can- celled and will not be on the network next fall, Fred Silver- man, CBS programming chief, said Friday. MT itop at the... FRONTIER MOTEL Excellent Accommodations, Reasonable Rates Also weekly and Commercial Heeene Catted tf 1 ;X ONE WEEK SPECIAL Wheel Alignment y Our alignment specialists will do all this work inspect front-end, springs, shock absorbers and steering wheel assembly, align front-end; correct camber, caster and toe-in........................ GABRIEL Shock Absorbers Guaranteed 2 years or miles. Maximum steering control and comfort on bumpy roads. A cushioned ride at slow speeds on city pavements. Automatic adust- ment for normal driving at highway speeds. 60-day free ride offer. Installed 2 00 INSTALLED It ml silisftad with IMW comfort ind rido control we will refund yoyr momy. Brake Reline Guaranteed 24 months or miles. Reline and install bonded brake linings on all 4 wheels, check all wheel cylinders, flush and refill hydraulic system, check master cylinder, brake hose, front bearings and seals, repack front wheel bearings. All Repairs fully guaranteed 38 95 TRIMBLES TIRE SUPPLY LTD, BLAIRMORE 562-2743 LETHBRIDGE 327-2007 327-2396 VULCAN 485-2062 U students receive NRC awards University of Lethbridge student Barbara Robinson has been awarded a National Research Council "1967 Science Scholarship" to continue her studies in experimental psychology. Ms. Robinson is researching lateral brain function and working toward her doctorate degree. She was enrolled in the colloquium study program at the U of L this year, but conducted most of her studies and research at the University of Western Ontario. In 1973 she received a scholarship from the department of national health and welfare to research the effects of LSD on brain function. A maximum of 50 1967 Science Scholarships are offered each year to superior students pursuing their doctorate degrees in sciences or engineering at Canadian universities. Five former U of L students have received NRC one year graduate scholarships of to continue their studies at other universities. They are: D. A. Vanden Berg, formerly of Foremost, bachelor of science with great distinction 1968, and master of arts, University of Victoria, to continue studying astronomy. Valerye Hunt, formerly of Taber, bachelor of arts with great distinction from U of L in 1970 and master of arts from the University of-British Columbia, to continue studying radio astronomy at UBC. D. W. Brooks, of Lethbridge, graduating from the U of L this spring, to study chemistry at the University of Alberta. F. B. Sato of Lethbridge, bachelor of arts from U of L with great distinction in 1972, to study mathematics at the University of Alberta. T. E. Robinson, former resident of Ontario, bachelor of arts with great distinction from the U of L in 1972, master of arts from the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, to continue work in experimental psychology at the University of Western Ontario. Mr. Robinson, Barbara Robinson's husband, also received a 1973 research on drug abuse scholarship from the department of National health and welfare. DIONITE LUGGAGE "BONNEVILLE SERIES" Two pieces of men s or ladies' soft-sided luggage 3 BLACK DECKER POWER TOOLS V variable speed reversing drill 2 speed dual action finishing sander PANASONIC 8-TRACK CAR STEREO Slide volume and-tone controls automatic program selector two speakers Your choice of valuable gifts when you borrow or more from Canada Trust That's right! You get a valuable gift when you borrow or more in new money from Canada Trust. No catches, no strings. All you have to do is meet normal loan credit qualifications. You don't have to be a Canada Trust customer. 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