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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta fORCCAST HIGH TUESDAY -10-45. ALUKKTA, MONDAY, AI'IIII 7 HOLLYWOOD The ballols are counlcd and it's Academy Award night, hut a labor dispute could black out television coverage of tonight's fnre a live midieiHT n[ Ihe Angeles Music I. I'lltre Pavilion. C. Scott and Glemla Jackson, winners last year, are np for repeats. And the besl-piclure race is a bewildering mix will) no surefire fnvoriles. A television blnckoifl would memi that [tic world would nol see. live one of the most historic rcconcilia- lions in Hollywood's liislnry Hie pre.scnUitioti of a special award lo comedian Charlie Chaplin after SO years of exile from the Hinted Stales. Chaplin has returned From Switzerland with his v.ifc Uona to receive an Oscar for "the incalculable ef- fect he has had on making motion pictures the art form nf the Winners of the Oscars are chosen hy secret ballots if academy's voting members. Nominees for the best incline of are: Clockwork Orange, advertised as "about a man loves ullrnviolcnce, rape and Hcethoven.'1 It '.von the New York Film Critics' awards for best pidure and direction. Stanley Kubrick. -Fiddler on the Honf, a rollicking musical with tragic ovcrlniir-s at Ihc lime of the Hussian revolution. I'YeiKh Ciinnertinn. fi slnm-bnnp conletnpo- fibont luo York rlpkctivcs on Ihe nf Pidure n nostalgic, black-and- white film about a small Texas town and Lren-ager5 disco; erinf? and Alexandra, v-hich depicts Uie life and turbulent, times of .Russia's last cvar. Peler Finch, who plays a homosexual doctor in Sunday Bloody Sunday is among the best-actor nomi- nees. Others ore Gcime Ilnekman. n relentless detective in French Connection; Waller Mntlhau, unwanted uvicr of Kdtch: CJeorge C. vScoft as Ihe harried medical :liief of The Hospital; and Topol as the milkman philosopher of Fiddler. TORONTO fCP) A "miiid-hoggling'1 norlhern Iransporlalion .system billions of dollars will be built in (lie next d trade. Prime Minister Pierre Tru- ,SFiid Saturday nijiht. "f don't at this lime the precise nature of that, Mr. Trudeau told the National News- paper Auards dinner. "T do hnucvrr, lhat il uill be man> -faceted. tliat il v. ill be o.xjx'n.-ivc, th.'if it >vill bring immense iKMieftt.s lo Canadians in all parts of the country, and Mint il he a reality in this derndc.'1 Mr, Tnidcau said part of (he system will inclule a Vallev cnrrirloj- both oil and gas pipelines and an all ucallicr Canada's first lo ils arctic coast. "The cost of const rucl ion of that part, of tlic northern system will he in the neighbor- hood of MOO Mr. Trudcnu said. He said li put the figure inln context, Uic ofj Mm. SI. .sea ay, Canada's most, expensive single project In dale million. Kncisugvs north he prune iitiilislcT onMS.'igffl cstaltllshmcnt of .T ''uorlh n (tccp ualLT, all year facllily uMuC'ti llu1 .Miippink' season to day.s frnrn fio jmd i.liii'h .iffi'cl Ihc ccotloiuics rf liMnspoiliilion in liulh noi-lhcrn and Western Canada. he tmjip use of aii'CTcifL in the new nnilli, Mr. said. said en (lie drawing hnnrcl ruiu1 .TTP. riircr.'jfl of rival or i -in ;is nf frrichl. II'- puriravrd ;is a Inlifl of hrrdir si7r, c-.ills for licroif- drrcK. V.n a Innrl so anil a rliinate so ll'a! only f.vlraoulinary efforts] suffice. Our Wslory i. a uf tliril sort of tiling." Mi TitKlrau, ulio hns irni'cllcc! widely Ihrougli Iho the iiui'ih, coniplaincc! UinL too fcnv Canadians know that pnil of the oounliy or Ihc story if ils conquest, .'rum Ilio canon lirlaiKlcs of Ihc fur Iraclcrs to (lie of any nnrJlilvn I fhr nrofcrl inn rif Ixilll Ulq .in'J Devas rum From AP-IlEliTER TEHERAN clcvaslaL. earthquake cmmblod mud- brick villages in southern Iran carlv today and the national ra- dio-Mevision network reported Countdown begins for moon shot CAFE KENNEDY, Fla, (AP) The launch learn fed electri- cal power to a Satuin V rocket today lo -start the leimthy count- down (or Apollo Hi. [illh rxncdilloji Lo the surface of the moon. Tlie rountdown ctock began Licking at a.m., aiming for the liftoff of the giant rocket at n m. Sundav. Presi- dent Nixon will address a joint session of Parliinnenl and sign a Great Lakes water finality agreement during a three-day tu Ottawa this week, thu House announctd today. The president, and Mrs. Nixon are dim lo arrive in Ottawa early "Ihursdiiy evening for H stato visit -is Ihe guesU nf Prime Minister Trudeau. They will be guests of honor at slate dinner night given by (Jovcrnor-Gcneral imd Airs. Kuland Mirhenrr. The president and the prime minister will meet for privato lalks Friday and also for discus- sions with top level officials of butli counlricii. Nixon will address a joint ses- sion of the Senate and House of Com m OILS Friday atfcrnoon and in the evening will atlend a gala performance at tlic National ArLs Centre with Prime Minis- ler and Mrs. Triidcau. SICiN PACT SATUItUAY The simultaneous announce- nienLs in Washington and Ot- tawa today said the historic .signing of (lie recent )y-eom- pletcd threat Lakes water qual- ity agreement between the United Slates and Canada will take place at a second meeting of Nixon and Trudeau on Satur- day. In the planning stages since 1964, work on the agreement, was completed last month. Aimed at conlrolling water pol- lulion in Ihe (irent Lakes bound- ary between the U.S. nnil Can- aria, il is Hie first agreement of ils kind between two countries to establish common anti-pollu- tion standards. President in 1 press secret aiy Ronald L. Xicgler made the an- nouncement at the White House and said the Nixons will return to Washington after (ho. signing ceremony. Furl del ails, in- cluding Hit1 time of the arrival in Ottawa, arc to be an- nounced later, Zippier said. The clock read 104 hours 30 minutes as il started. It wit) be halted al several planned points to provide launch crew rest pe- riods awl catchup lime for ;my item that might fall behind schedule. Key events in the countdown I n c I u il e activating hallcries, loading the spacecraft's pywer- producmg fuel cells and pump- ing more than one million gal- lons of fuel into the robot's hnpc tanks. Astronauts John Young, n vct- cran of four space Oiark'S Uuko and Thomas Mat- lingly planned to spend muM o( today in spacecraft simulators, rehearsing descent. Lo the lunar surface, liftoff and rendezvous manoeuvres. Yownp and Duke, are In at- lempl man's first landing in the. moon's mountainous highlands, The touchdown point is near the crater Descartes, just southeast of the centre of the moon's visi- ble face. Tlie explorers arc lo spend a record 73 hours on ttie surface. Toronto liil bv sti'ikc TfHtO.N'TO (CPi lions between management and reprosenlatives of out.sidc workers in .Metropolitan Toronto broke down .Sunday ftiid a .slrikc hegan at 7 a.m. today. The Mrike halted garbage ion in the city. Kef use disposal of refuse collected in Metropolitan Toronto's five bor- oughs also was Mopped. Ambulance service, water fil- tration and scwagr trealnienf. plan I.s, road' and sidewalk re- jiairs and clranuiji. parks maiu- Ihr ferry service lo Toronto all were af- fected. About half Ihe ambulances in- side Metro are not affected be- cause they are owned and oper- ated privately. flfirbage. collet-lion in Ihc bor- oughs of Klobieoke. Norlh York, Si-iirboroiiL'h. V'nsl York anil York are nol affrclcd direitly unions. Snatched BUENOS AIRES (Routed Oberdan Sallustro. kidnapped Fiat executive, lias been found shot lo death. Argentine police .sources said today. SalHislro, 57, was kidnapped almost three weeks ago as he was leaving his suburban home. He was Ijy the Trotsky- ist P c o p I e '.s Revolutionary Army which Inst yea r k id- nnpped the honorary British consul in Kosario, Argentina, Slanlev Svlveslcr. Two killed in Alberta By TIIK CANADIAN PHESS AL least two iwrsons were killed in Alherla during (he weekend, both in traffic acci- rlcnls. Both fatalitie.s occurred in Uic Calgary area. Shirley Patricia Peters, 22, of Calgary was killed when a car in which she wns riding struck a light standard. Allan Hoy Friesen, 20. was killed when his car overturned into a ditch. Probe death ill Edmonton KDMONTOX fCP) Police wore investigating Icxlay the dcalh of Lawrence Earl Carl- son, M, of lidmonlon body was found Sunday on river road umlcnicaMi the high level bridge. TWO .SWTKINS -21 t'KICh. (JVKK )U CENTS more than persons wero killed. Unofficial reports from Ihe area 5CO miles south of Teheran estimaled from Lo died. (iov. Mfinwlu'lir Pirooz of Kars province said after (lying over Ihc region Hint about one- fifth of the houses had col- lapsed. The quake, s L a r 1 1 n g at a.m. p.m. KST Sun- day "is one of the biggest ever lo hil Iran." registering seven on the open-ended Riehter scale, a spokesman for the Geophysics Institute at Teheran I.'iiiversily .said. A earthquake with Ilia same reading killed mnre than persons in pastern Iran. Huf the latMt tremor hit a lighlly populated area, Pirooz said. Dust columns from the villages of Tiiir and Karzin, near the quake centre, the sur- rounding mountains apparently were si ill .sliding, officials re- pcrted after viewing the scone from the air. TOLL NOT'KNOW.V ''The artlicjuake as so dcv- nnd lias 11-veiled so irinin1 ns ES it will lake if ays lo find out the death dov. Pirooz said. Piiooz tolt! The Associated Preis in a telephone interview: "I found 2n to villages that were levelled or heavily dam- aged." He landed at the village of Ghir, who sur- vived either still in a state of shock, or cried fur their' loved ones The area surrounding Glu'r rnnlains numerous witli a lolnl popnlalitin of roughly lirpoiT-; reaL'hiiie Teheran indi- cated most of. Ihe viclims were women and children caught In their primitive mud-brick houses. Many of Ihc men wero apparently en route Ln Lhe fields when Ihc quake struck. Prime Minister Amir Uovcida set up relief headquar- ters in his office Prince Mah- nioud travelling in soulli- cn Iran, was named lo super- vise operations at the scene. Sl'l'I'MK.S FF.OWN IN Medical supplies were rushed by helicopter !o the stricken vil- la cos. The quake firea is 120 miles from Persepnlis, u hero world f'.Rures palliercd Oclohrr 1n celchralo Ihc anniver- sary nf the Persian monarchy. The region is mainly apricul- u r a I. Alter four years nf drought, il rerontly suffered a record "that buried farmers anrl their cattle in drifls of up lo 20 feel. I'roin AI'-HKL'Tnil S A 1 (J 0 X (CPi United Slate? H-Ti2 bombrrs rcliirned In Ibe air uar over N'orlb Vieln.'un loday for the. firsl lime in innin Ilian four years and hit largcls around the big coastal cily of Vinh, Mn miles northwest of the so-called demilitarized ?onc sep- arating North and South Viet- nam. Il was Ihe deepest penetration of North Vietnam ever made by I'.S planes have marlr lifinbinn on Norlb Virh inm fcioco laj-l luurcda.1., T..S. command said in il.1. firsl report on current rairls n> (he Norlh. lold a news conference lhat Ihr 22o strikes m 111'1 North were conducted on airfields, "airfield anti-.iirnvifl artillery and missile sites, roads, bridges and sloragc sites. The pilots cncoiinlcror] heavy ground fire, including Norlii air .Mii-s seen M-I uff. he ll.ii. they vcpniK'd tuiichiiii: nff mi Ibe f.iliul. skeleton of MI clilerly man m r-oiilees soulh of the bre'-UTy gardens iSunrfny aftei'r.oon lii' bfrn (entivclv H .1 U'tl- ham Holt nf Hr-; mf.r.d Ci'y poliLc rep': i i? founrl v.ith the h in name Holt insc'ibrd ti Tbr rciiKiiii'. covered tii1-- covcj'cd b> Mrs bon tind Ann. Hi. r.f .vJi SI S uhil'c they InkiniT in I IK' area. Mr. Hell had been missing From IJhi ni's Nil i .-iiifi HdiiK1 in Kort MiKV .Inlv cily pnhi'c offici.'il snicf nn foul ln-en ir.dicatod m the death. The lhc gained 19 pouncLs siiit'i'- rc'inim; to Can- ada frnm liriirmi Uiuiabl vs 7 irr.o after il hc-i rayed linn liy pulf halls into Luke. I1ULLKTIX SALT LAKE Utah fAP i Tlic J-'BI informed a United Slates magistrate here today that it had found SM9.970, n parachute and a pisto) on tbe of a man charged svilh a extorlion-parn- chutc liijack of a jetliner Friday night. SAX DIEGO, Calif. (AIM A rmm tried unsuccessfully to pull off a jetliner hijacking Sunday, making ransom and parachute, .similar to Ihose used luo cloys enrlier hy a man who hijacked a passenger jd over Colorado. Arrests were made in cases. Arrested here Sunday was a man identified as Stanley Ilar- lan Speck, 31. of San Francisco, who wns captured ICPS than flii hour after a Pacific Southwest Airlines Boeing 727 was ordered by a hijacker to set clown at Lindbergh Field here. Speck, nabbed hy federal imenLs ns lie stepped off the plane, was bonhed for inveslipn.- tio nof air pi nicy nn dinlerfc-r- ing with a flight crew. He was found to be unarmed, authori- ties said. fCnrlier Sumlny, a man ar- rested in Provo. Ulah. was charged with air piracy, in the hijacking of a United Air Linos jel Friday over Colorado. In before mealtime just what elderly need that hij.ic'kii'i.'. tit? pirn'e bailed oiit over I'lnh uitti random inoiu-y. Charged in the1 Kntiny hijack- ing was Richard I'lnyd McCoy, an amateur skydivcr. McCny. ;i law enforcement sUidenl nl fj'-ir.hain Voun.c Uni- versity ami a skydivin" enUni- who Foid lie n heli- copter pilot while in Vietnam, remained today in Sail Count v jail wilhmil bund, lie was formally charged air piracy nnd inlerfering flight Sunday's allempler] hijacking was (he cipliUi iuvolvii'.p, chutes in just under five monlhs. Tlie only ]tarac'liule- skyjacking in which (here haw; been no cirrcMs was ono mvolv- inp a iiuiii km1-1- :i as R. Cooper, still souiiiu itfti-r out over caste i n unh S200.000 lie got from norlh- west Airliiip.-. KITClIKNIiK. Out. iCI'i A drink before dinner is just what the doctor ordered and! residon Is o[ the Home for the Aped have Iheir ov-n bar lo fill the prescrip- tion. One pf the first pcnior eili- 7C11S1 homes in Ontario lo set un a bar Sunnyside lins been offering its residents np lo tuo drinks in Ihe laic afler- noon for five years. Tlie rL'.sidciils agree vitli a United Stales doctor who said recently that moderate quant- ities of beer IIHVC "a remark able effect en many eldci'ly people in hospitals." "I'll drink lo lhat." said Charlie Hinder ma pel, raising bis I've hcen having n IIL'L'T every day since I "as 14 niut its a habit lhal would iinrd lo sliakc Mr. niiulermagel is Sunnysidp I) T. Norm an MrMurchy think tiip alcolml does much pnorl for lilond ci IT illation, 'hnl il makes these people, feel al home." gunned m U.S. bombers back rriinmanrlcr nn Ihc northern front .'.aid his f n r c o s hrtd crushed the sperirhcad nf Ihe a y offensive Die HMZ and turned (lie tide of battle. flut there no letup in iXoitb attack north of Saigon an dthe Sr.nlli Viet- namese command ordered an- other 20.ooil troops iulo the hnt- lle fnr An Loc, ,Mi rules north of Ibe cupihil. 1-! llo.nvj;, ff'inmrnnJi'r (if Sfniili (filers r.n norl lirrr- frnpl. of war rn.'trlc "an all onl nilack and we slopped tliem." I'.S. l.rlicve Sunday's fiqliliiiL', including the reverse of r, nnior c-n cfnjp of Ouanr; Tri, 11 miles below I Sic demilitarized zone, were impor- tant victories for the South Viol- uamrsr, They fnlloued Iheir early ;il liu- start nf Hie Cow- lliriist hen hi bnc nf inachnic .min fire ;j in.i; tud.iy ri'lni in n. .hrm I'arlfis Saiii'luv. of Artientimi V Ai my .tii'i nnr of Hi'.- ctjiintn I'o.'.rrfid military chief.-.. A unman aKo slain by tho bullets. Tfie ccnonil's rbanTfcur erely The- F'.: tnck nil ;s i.'n.1 n Ibrci1 I An nrmy Sanchez was "hrulnlly ard cnu- :.rdfv" d In JMs.' ;