Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 IMS HESAll! Turulny, Ap'i! 11, 1972------ Olson rapped by Horner irrigation statements CUES NO CIUES A cur; is no longer a clue lo dislinguisli between malo and loniole as proven by Ihc back view, top, and fronl view, bollom, of Joseph luczyn- iki, 1 11 bolh [jholos, and Suzanne Bush, 9, bolh of Norlh Adams, Mass. (AP Wirepholo) Captain of hijacked airliner r ".T! rliief purser n( Air Canarln jetliner hiiackc-1 last November de- scribed Monday how he catered to a hooded man with a ?awed- off fhotpnii and rlvnamite. The plane's captain rend before ihe res' of us. 1 want lo go to Great "I heard a voice and Inmed around and saw a double-bar-1 relied shotgun pointed towards me." the purser said. 'I was Falls. Monl. There, this airlines fold to Fit down. I will have II your "I told the man he was kid- j company should refuse to pay ding and he replied I The Ilenild legislature Ihircau EDMONTON' Bud Olson, federal minister of agriculture was 'off Irasc' in statements in Tabcr last week blaming the provincial government for hold- ing up improvements to irriga- tion projects, Alberta's agricul- ture minister charged Monday. Hugh Horner said that while Mr. Olson appeared ready to sign A cost-sharing agreement lo upgrade Alberta's 50-year- old irrigation system, the min- ister for federal spending on ir- rigation, Jean Marc-hand of the economic expansion depart- ment, was nol. 'In Ottawa there doesn't seem to be Ihe communicnlion ministers there docs in Alberta." said Dr. Homer. HAD Harry Strom, leader ot the opposition, during a lengthy de- bate in tho legislature over spending estimates for the agriculture department, de- clared that Ottawa is anxious get out of ttie 'had deal' it finds ilself in by sharing irri- gation costs in Alberta. The former premier and prin- cipal negotiator in talks on ir- rigation with federal officials last year, urged the new pro- vincial government not to let Oflawa saddle the province with tolal responsibility for irriga- tion. Mr, Strom snid the pro- vincial government has "no obligation whatsoever' lo sign nn agreement with Ottawa for (hi: province's irrigation dis Iricls. He urged the current Brlmin- An agreement between Al- berla and Ottawa could be reached wilhin a matter of weeks, Many Irrigation projects, such as diversion equipment on Ihe Bow Hlver al Carseland, east of Calgary could collapse at any time. GOVT. UKADY i Under persistent questioning, Dr. Horner disclosed that the Alberta govcrnmeng Is pre- pared lo go ahead on irrigation rehabilitation without settling terms for the Bow Hiver cast block project in the Vanxhall area, which Is heavily subsi- dized by Oltawa. Federal aid means that wa- ter users in the Vauxhall area pay about half Ihe average cost uer acre of water paid by Al- berta's 13 other Irrigation dis- tricts. Mr. Yurko said the provincial government is nol prepared to guarantee this favored treat- ment for Ihe Bow River east project will continue under new agreements. Dr. Homer sold Ihe province Is Irying lo include the Bow llivcr east project wiUiin i I s agreement wltli Ottawa, but will not hold up Improvements lo other Irrigation districts on tills account. Resignations hurt Wilson Labor party leadership lote demanding that the blow your head through Ihe side DC-fl he flown to Great Falls. Mont., where Air Canada was lo supply S 1.5 million or have its piano blown up. They were among at the opening .session of the Alberta Supreme Court trial of deck. Paul Joseph Cinl, 27. facing] The paper seven charges following the hi- jacking of Flight C12 from Van- couver to Toronto. FOIT of the charge.-, carry maximum penal- ties of life imprisonment on con- viction. ('ini lias elected Irhil by Judge alon.: aiid has pleaded not guilly lo all counts. The airplane, with 118 passen- j shells, gcrs on hoard, was diverted lo awny from of this airplane, you'll know I'm kidding." The man, Identified by Mr. Arpin as Paul Joseph Cini, told the purser to lake a yellow piece of paper to Ihe (light Ihe Sl'j million for R Sl> million LONDON (CP) The resig- nation of Ross Jenkins and two ligh-powcred colleagues from lop posls in the opposition Labor party has exposed the leadership of Harold Wilson lo another blistering round of criti- cism. Jenkins announced liis resig- ralion as deputy leader of the party Monday as part of a con- tinuing dispute over the crucial Common Market issue. Defence spokesman George Thomson and Harold Lever, opposition critic for fuel and power, also quit their positions. The resignations have left the party In confusion and many ob- servers say Wilson's leadership is seriously jeopardized. 'What is being called Inlo question is the leadership now being given the Labor party by plane. Ihe Lord have mercy upon us.) Passengers will be taten to Kegina and released. and I want all luggag cargo taken off in Regina. istration lo get federal officials to deal directly with irrigation districts and then let the Irri- gation districts come to the province Ui sign the deal they want. The major roadblock lo a settlement In past negotia- tions with Ottawa was the fert- look on this assignment knowing eral government's allempt to I get Alberta to accept too much entered Inlo evi- dence, was rend by the plane's captain, Vern Ehnian of Monl- rcal. H said in pnrt: "Capl. if 1 sec anyone come out of Ihe (light deck they will be minus a head. I have just hoartled responsibility, said Mr. Strom. that T would die. Let's not Knvironemnt Minister Bill have any heroes, this is the real, In reply to opposition tiling." I questioning, said the Alberta The nr.te also said "welcome government is prepared lo huy abonrd the original Doomsday flight.' Tin.- plane landed in Great SoO.oot) was placed ou your 1 board and it left for Kegina but plane with 54 slicks of dynamite returned to Great Falls where and one shotgun and lots of passengers and some sleward- It everyone stays esses were Pillowed to leave. me. no harm will I The jetliner Ihen took off for Great Kails. Mont., shortly after come to them or Ihe plane. Any- New York takeoff from Calgary Xov. 12. John Arpiu of Toronto, the flight's cl.ief purser, testified. turned toward s one on or of this plane makes a Plinenix, Ariz., and later headed move I don't like, it will only j for Calgary where the hijacker mean thai they will make was eventually suhduc-d. oul tolal federal responsibility in Irrigation 'at a price.' The debate also revealed: The total cost lo rehabili- tate Alberta irrigation is million, I m proved equipment would result In the need lo use only Iwo-lhirds the current mount of water used, Water rates could go up con under a provincial plan to ut water users on a more qual basis, Mr. says The Finan- cial Times. Jenkins, Thomson and Lever will remain as backbench Labor MHs, but several other mem- bers of Hie shadow cabinet have indicated they, loo, arc consi- dering resignation. EM) Of WILSON? The Times says the latest de- velopments In the Labor party may be 'the end of Mr. Wilson, (hough not yet or, one would suppose, immediately." Jenkins has been the acknowl- edged leader of a minority group of up to 70 dedicated Labor pro-Markeleers since public and parliamentary de- bates ou enlry terms began nearly a year ago. Like Thomson, Lever and oth- ers in the group, Jenkins has reon under severe pressure vithin the party to support Ihc 'fficial anli-Market stand taken >y Ihe majority of Ihc 287 Labor MPs in the Commons. Tlie immediale Issue whlcl1 cd lo the resignations was t [ecision by the shadow cabinel o press for a referendum on he Market question, a move vhich Wilson always has op xjsed. The Issue has been under In .cnse discussion since French President Georges Pompidoi recently anounced he will holipelines, roads and railways to he nortli will be examined. TAX POLICIES Alberta will have to come up with some new lax policies i: 1 is to lake full advnnt ige of its status as one of the 'uw provinces v.'ivhout est jifL or succession taxes, Pre mier Peter Loughced sale Monday. Mr. J.ougheed said in the j House there are indications .hat a number of businesses ami trust companies are con- sidering a transfer of assets to the province. But, he said, some lype of tax incentives will be needed to "permit us lo ensure that the funds are invested in a way that is most productive to the development and creation of johs." In other business the House was told B.C. and Alberta are discussing the possibility of forming a corporation which would negotiate with Japanese inlcresls in the area of contract obligations find problems in- volving coal. Bill Dickie, minister of mines Lethhridge Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff Calgary Victoria Pentictou Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Saskatoon Hegina Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa..........44 Monlrcal.........41 St. .John's........32 T, Pr. .12 27 2C 21 19 ZI 31 38 23 36 31 31 31 3J 31 31 .01 .02 .00 YOU WILL FIND THE BEST BRANDS AOVERTIStD IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD NOTED (JIIANGK Manuel Eslabrook. a mathe- malics inslruolor. said he had Keen fl "rapifl dnlorioration in working relationships during! the last [cw months" at the col-' legc. The chnnge. lie said, affected Ihe performance of everyone at the college and that "personali- ties are Ihe issue, not the col- lege." Instructor W. K. Finn told Dr. Byrne that ho would find "a pattern indicative of the auto- cratic handling of college mat- ters at nil levels over a pe- riod of some months culminat- ing in the general recognition of faculty and .students that the administration had produced a working atmosphere totally at odds with the proper conduct of an educational Institution." Mr. Finn, without elaborat- ing, said warning signs recert- ly were installed at Ihe college "lo make cerlain areas of lim- its to staff." n. A. North, another (acuity member, said he had met re- peatedly with Dr. Eastman, lo discuss better approaches lo the faculty. Finally. IVfr. North said, he met Dr. Eastman In a corridor OM da; the presides! told him "he had decided he could not be the kind of president the faculty wanted." No further such conversations were held. Mr. North also said Pi- ters was "abrupt" in manner ami, at times, was "surly." S. G. Bachynsky, nn account Ing instructor, said the curren contract between the facult} and the college was "hammer ed out" after 18 months of ne- gotiation and is "sometimes ap- plied in ways that weren't ex- pected." "The document as it stands caused a lot of he said. "Some of us didn't realize it meant what it did, it did not reflect our intent." Seven staff members were scheduled to appear before the commissioner today and thejpornlion is to work with coal enquiry Mill end Wednesday producers .'mil assist them in I after hearing a hnof from n j negotiations with Japanese in- i former faculty member. Icicpls. Halifax...... Chnrlotletown Krcdericton Chicago..... New York Miami Ixis Angeles Honolulu Home...... Paris...........45 London 54 Berlin...........EH Amslerdam 50 Moscow...... ..50 Stockholm......41 Tokyo 59 FORECAST I.clhlmili'c, Medicine Hat -Todnv: A few showers or flurrirs nrav (tie mountains. Highs Lows near 30. Wednesday: iMainly dourly Midi n few nftcrnnnn show- ers. I.ViO. Ciiigarv Today: Generally sunny. A few snov, [lurries this aflevnoon mainly in [lie west- ern sections. Highs Lows 20-21. Wednesday: cloudy pe- riods. A few flurries or showers. Highs in the low 40s. Columbia, Kootrnay To- day: Cloudy with snow showers i mixed v.ith rain at times this 1 Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a few afternoon showers. filths today and Wed- nesday .10 to 45. IjOws tonight "5 to 20. .MONTANA East nf fmilinnital Snow showers in Hie mountains and rain showers over the plains today. Occasional snow tonight and Wednesday. Cooler with noilhwesterly winds Wed- nesday. Highs today 45 to 55 west and north 55 to 60 south- west. Lows lonight 25 lo 35. Highs Wednesday 35 (o 45. West of Continental Occasional snow showers today and Wednesday. Cooler Wed- nesday. Iliptis loday 40 lo 50. Lows lonifiht 20s. Highs Wed. nesday 35 lo 45. and minerals, anese officials said that Jap- have indicated they are unhappy with the cur- rent situation where they have lo negotiate with three or four different groups, including the B.C., Alberta and federal gov- ernments. Mr. Dickie said the idea of the proposed Pacific rim cor- Healing Substance... Shrinks Piles, Checks Itch Exclusive healing substance proven io shrink hemorrhoids...and repair dnniageJ tissue. A renowned research institute ha.i found a uniqtit healing sub- with the ability to shrink ricmorrhnids painlessly. U re- liiits itching and discomfort in mimilcs and ipccdi up healing of the injured, inflamed One hemorrhotdtl case his- tory after another reported "very striking improvement." Pain promptly and gently relieved ar.lusl reduction or rctractionfshr inking) took place. And most Improvement was maintained in cases whcreclinical observations were continued over a period of many months. 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They arc intended lo be used form traders lo make it possible lo do many form land improvements sudt 01 build- ing (arm dugoulj, irrigation and other carlli moving applications. GENERAL FARM SWLSB COUTTS HIGHWAY LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF A.MA All highways in the Lclh- bridge district, are bore end dry and in good condition. Highway I, Calgary lo Banff, hare and wet, Banff-Golden has 2 inches of new enow, plowed and sanded, few slippery sec- lions. Golden to Revelstoko Is bare. Walch (or frost heaves and fallen rock. Itevclstohe to Three Valley (lap is bare and wel. nanff-ll a d i n m highway, 1 inch of ncxv snow, slushy SPC- lions. Ranff-J .1 s p c r highway, 2 Inches of snow, plowed and sanded, few s'ippory sections. Snow (ire? 01- chrlns arc re- quired wlien (ravelling llirovgh any moui.bin area or ski- access road. POUTS OF ENTRY (Opening Bnrt Closing Conlta M hours; Carway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Del ISoniln 9 .m. lo 6 p.m.; liooscville, B.C. 9 a.m. to'6 p.m.; Kingsgalc, B.C., 2J hours; Porthill RykerU 8 a.m. to midnight Chief Mountain closed, WildborK, 8 A.m. to S p.m.