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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ntKAST WGM SUNDAY SO The lethkidge Herald AJferto B.C.' Price 15 Cents VOL. LXHI No. 101 LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1970 FOUR SECTIONS 70 PAGES .jfts Damned In Document CAFE KENNEDY Mao's third voyage to the aioaa fiftad off without PJB. Ut ornate sobatifaju.. spacecraft out of moos orbit toward earth. Taraiay. Afril a 'la South Pacific near Christmas Island. the ApoDoU rncoioB. with only two days Son, stepped h iar iUtmgly who wi by'the Germast measles. His mates aboard the giant Saturn V rocket are James Lovell and Fred Haise Jr. Their goal is a search for dues .to tbe origin of the moon aid the solar system ii the rugged and sndeot Fra Alauro highlands. In tbe most difficult space CASE OF THE MEASLES Two-year-old Paul. Hoiiw, shown recently at hii home in Houston, Tex., 'exposed astronaut Charles Duke to measles. Doctors believe Duke passed the disease on.to Thomas Mattingly, who has subsequently been grounded from the Apollo 13 flight. Pollution Lovell and Haise are to steer thecr kjoar laudtj to.s-nreo- ston. touchdown in a uiuiuw valley surrounded by high ridges, craters and rocks as big as automoboes. TRICKY LANDING The tricky moon boding is scheduled for next Wednesday night with Loveil and Raise planning to spend 34 hoars on tbe moon's surface. The sched- uled splashdown m the Pacific Ocean wiH be April 21. Swigert earned a seat on me .mission Friday, less than 54 hours before: schedosed' hftnff, after a remarkable and onprec- edeoted rehearsal that..moved the Ewmgng' bachelDr Dp frooi the backup team to At Ottawa By DAVE MeDiTOSH OTTAWA (CP) "Quanty of We" was an sD- rurtr tf dectkm tua buai uaed amct it fame party poiicy cmtabem. ITic pinsB DOW IB Mldcoi anptoytd OB ParfaUDCBt HuVMPl1 Bte'ornate. it pnihably still op besV.tia and strivings at gumuiuent and J2oi> matter bow Undefined sod rigne. The astrcoauts brief loedir sat down to tie traditional Uuncrxlay; hrjeaktast of steet, eggs, cooee anl .orange face. 1HE TIMETABLE TimeUble of the highlights of the-Apollo mission' fames Eastern Standard: Satariay. April 11 Tot sobject that ts tn the acandy mentioned a couple of years ago, la poDotiea possibly Decease nobody Is for jt 'and Canadians ci every political, religious, racial and language script oan be It At. least, that at the chargi Iqtl agamst Pnainmt Nixon by some Americans woo sty' be'would'rather talk abort Donation.than racial.prob- lens or me Vietnam war.. ''.'i'. Tbe 8Dtt-poltubpD measures, being. considered and promulgated go far beyond me fear of off Canadian coasts. Many They involve nearly every aspect of living: tbe goods, Donation which 'closes beaches and makes down- town eyes water, me' level of note in factory and street. No longer Is mere a consamkng interest in tba Commons is foreign affairs or defence auaugumabi i Many MPs say they believe soch (objects are be- coming irrelevant to Canadians generally, that the pdb- bc wants to see mere action agJDst uneospioyrftrnt, puveily and poor bousing-and more done for minority groups such as blacks, Indians and-Eskimos. Aod.they ssy there is growing coDcern about what some of them call "political meung foreign ownership. Informant! say the cabinet is devoting a good deal of time to this sobject. It has already moved to block possible foreign control of uranium and, the question is asked here, why not tbe same tor other leauuicea? Sources close (o the cabinet say that the' government IHs time'wiH really go ahead with the long-proponed Canada Development Corp. The cabinet has already considered thb matter at length and win give men 1 time to it yet oat of'earth orbit, en route to mnon. V hmar, madnle from Hint stage, jam it wMb commaiBi ship. Asrt 14 y iBjT Firt to p> Into kmar; arhit, by 119 miks HXITC SURBCC. b o o 11 e r cnsbed'on num. lliss-Oojinto lower orbit, CO by mles. April IS wticles sepa- rate, James A, Lovell Jr., and W. HJfise Jr in hnur lan- der, now named Aquarius; MB 1L.' Swigert Jr. remains in mother snrji, DOW known as Od- yssey. lands en moon to Fra Mure highlands. Ttendiy, April a-B.-LoveU, then Haise, step to surface for star of fonr to five boon.- moon walk, four to five boon, begms. Friday, April IT fiuin moon. and Aqoarku tedock. module Is crashed on'moon to gam sebv mic measui eujeuls. Salarlayi April II is fired to Penetration Ottawa is watchuig carefuDy what officials wy privatery are Arcerica manoeuvras to push farther the Canadian resource field. The latest meaaures concerning the territorial sea and Arctic poUuuon are designed primarily, they sug- gest, to keep the Americans at as long an- arra'i length as poswble, AI the time, a recent U.S. public .opinion poll showed that Americans want more federal spend- on pollution control, education and anti-poverty campaigns and less on defence, space and foreiga. 'aid. Some MPs say a Canadian pob would show similar results. Parliament has always been able to. reflect tbs plight-of underprivileged groups, eren of LndWdoab. Whtt some MPs say they now Is mat It Is not reading forcefully or quickly enough to the tions of these groups and Ihai it may become as irrele- vant u some o( the major issues of only t few ytsrs f--__j 9v9jn QflQ ABOUT TOWN STUDENT GRADUATE 0 Laaay McDtaaM dis- playing his modesty while giving a toast to the faculty at Winston Churchill High School's graduation dinner. and teacher Ctifl Daw reply- mg that if Lstmy's. uaamn were valid, he'd been chosen for his size and strength McHae wondering how to teu las barber that am- unity classes were almost over but he wasn't going to have his annual haircut year. EDMONTON (CP) Credit records are a greater destroyer of Canadian's privacy than wire-tapping, tbe Alberta Legislature was told Friday. A special legislative committee of pri- vacy tabled a 51-page report as the 1970 session of tbe legislature neared its end. Committee chairman Robert Simpson North) said in an interview wiretapping is more Intriguing and more sensational, data pro- cessing is far more dangerous. The report quoted a Calgary nniversiry professor as saying, "the potential, if not the will, 'exists in Alberta today to pro- duce a personal dossier on :ach citizen which would make the dossiers of the Nazi regime look nke boy scouts' records." WORST ENEMY Mr. Simpson said although the.report does not contain many recommendations for leg- islation, it TnipW help make the publicJ -Ffles aboold be deriroyed plaints are received for .a per- iod of four -years an indrridual's file saniid be given a dean slate. an mdrridual .re- KO PRIVACY. LEFT "InrasioD of is not something that happen m the year 2000. It b happening today. By the year ZOOO .or earlier there will be no privacy left to invade." The commsiee said manu- facture, sale and possession of electronic eavesdropping devic- es designed -sperificaDy for iffiat surveillance'- should be prohibaed except en-' forcement agencies. The report, also suggested measures be taken to.prevent tba availability of such devices. .Strido- control-over private Investigators was .ed. When a ttrird party investi- gator was involved, the operi-, who hired him would be" responsible for- his actions: operator from hiring else do wireUqpping'or' other Iflegal as id now awanin-saaTatHi O 1 bmith 1 ightens Frm AP-Reaten sia today entered a new phase in its fight against international condemnation an d mrtinns with Premier Ian Smith's Bho- dehn Front eutiencned more firmly than ever. Final.'results from Friday's first general.election under a republican 'ooostitotion CBesnly divided the goVeraipeot and op- position on racial imes. The -Rhodesian an SO seats tt cn-tesled in the 66- seat parnarant.' The country's white voters decided who should bold the 90 seats. Tbe only 'opposition returned' to this first Rhodesian election run on racially segregated lines consisted of eight Africans .re- turned by the country's en- gible black voters, representing the Mashona and M a t e b tribes on a parity basis. Eight other African parlia- Threat Made On Life Of Queen will be selected April 14 and 17. behind closed doors- by tribal leaders -who mainly support the white nders. Smith's victory means be con- trols the composition of Rhode- sia's first republican Senate. Of the 23 senators, 10 wiD be-di- rectly elected by the Rhodesian Front caucus, three will be ap- pointed by the merly officer administering the government) -and five African tribal chiefs each from HtEbon- aland -and Matabekland1 win nuke op the remainder. 'It 'WH the first nationwide election since Rhodesia's white- moMnty gw eminent declared the Bribsh culuiiy independent in November, 1963. The seizure of independence mtlwut provid- ing: for eventual rule" by" the black majority brought interna- tional condemnation and eco- nomic pressure in (he forto of trade sanctions voted by. the OTTAWA (CP) Tbe north- ern development department announced Friday that-a multi- millianiDllar year-round resort village will be developed near Lake Louise in Banff national park.. Expected to be completed in 1972, OK resort village is being developed by Louise Ltd., a company owned jointly by Imperial Oil LU. and Lake Louise lifts Ltd. of Lake Louise. Some parts of the resort wiD. be cwnpteled late in 1971, tfae department said. Planned for the convenience of visitors are accommodation and services, uicraduig restaur- ants and shops designed to provide a self-contained resort village. Trailer parks and camp grounds will be operated by the national parks service Dear the site..- J The village will'be looted dose to UK Trans-Canada High- way. 'near...t h e' existing Lake 5 Lootse comnraruty northeast of Ijke Loase and the Victorii Glacier, Ind stxjth- .tertvof the Lake' .Loobe- ski area. The .department uid It win enter' into a "standard long- term land lease" with the com- pany that would provide "an at- tractive rental return if the fed- aid him plenty of rat and cancel moon Wheat Sale Talks Cet Under Way m WINNIPEG (CP) NegoUa- tdons hai-e started with Syria for a purchase 'of Canadian wheat but there are not firm indications of how much may be Involved. A Canadian wheat board spokes roan coafinoed talks had started'but declined any further comment. Syria. has been a small fan- porter of Canadian wheat in the past, taking about bushels in the last crop year. Cheer New Leader SYDNEY Anonymous .callers' 'telephoned two news- papers in Brisbane'today and said the Queen will be assassi- ,._ naied during her visit to Aus- United Nations traiia's Queensland state next week if any Irishmen are shot in Northern Ireland. Police said they believed the calls were a hoax but were set- ting up tight security precau- tions for the Royal Family's 12- day VBii They are scheduled to arrive in Brisbane Sunday. A month the Smith" re- gime declared Rhodesia a re- public. PHNOM PENH CAP) A crowd of more than Cam- bodians shouted anti-Viet Cong slogans today and cheered their new leaders, who promised they would soon convert this king- dom Into a republic.' .The carefully orchestrated demonstration included pbys, marching bands and'speeches and eppcared (o be another step toward Cambodia's gearing for war. Gen. Lon Nri, premier of- tbe told supporters packed into.the Olympic Stadium that Cambodia wants to "demo- lish the dictatorial regime at persona] ponvr and to install a republican regime." Lon Nol led the bloodless coup. that ousted Prince Norodom Si- hanouk March 18. A skit depicted the Vietnam- ese as invaders throughout the 2.000-year history of tbe Khmer Empire, Man Is Granted Alimony In Landmark Decision First Draw Since 1912 WEMBLEY, England (CP) Leeds United and Chelsea bat- tled to a 2-2 draw after i gruel- ing 30-minute overtime period in the English Cup soccer final at Wembley Stadium today. A replay is scheduled Manchester's OW Traitor d SUdium April 29. II wu first EnglBh Cop real te end ia TORONTO (CP) A 62- welfare letifiieut has UCAMJB the first man tn Canails to be granted payments from his wife. Mr. Justice John H. Osier of the Ontario Supreme Court re- leased a written decision Friday granting a month alimony to Louis Cohen, an' unemployed tailor. The )us3ce abo granted Ruth Cohen, SI, a decree nM n her, petition for divorce on the grounds the couple had been separated for 17 years. The Coh- ens were married in 1M7, It to rpnto the landmark alimony de- cision, noted that Mrs. Oolien has a equKy in an apanrjwnt house m Windsor, Out., and that her. annual in- come during UK last three years has been and Mr. Cohen was described as having led a frugal hie since his arrival in Canada from Poland U the age of 14. He had sup- ported his wife and two daugh- ters, aged 18 and 21, .his sister's family'and other members of his family ttill in Poland. Mr. Cohen now livet in a To- ronto iBOBBng-faaja on sf i [APOLLO 13] FUOffT CMONOtOGY rftre i> o diogrom showing chronofogy of the Apollo 13 lunar mission, ;