Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, 1J. WO IKE IETHBBIOCE HtKAlD Bruce Hiitckisw, author and editorial director of the Van- couver Sun, was honored in Vancouver at a testimonial din- ner marking his 52nd anniver- sary as an active journalist. His record of achievement is without parallel in the history of Canadian journalism said Sun publisher Stuart Keale in pay- ing tribute to Mr. Hutchison, 69, who started his career as 2 sports writer with the Victoria Tiroes aod then switched to po- litical reporting. A water color painting of Lake Covdchan, a Vancouver Is- land area familiar to Mr. Hut- chison, was presented by Chief Justice J. 0. Wilson of the Su- preme Court of B.C. It was done by Victoria artist Brian Travers-Smith. Dinner guests included for- 'mer prime minister Lester Pearson, publishers, editors businessmen. Editorials and columns repre- sent only a fraction of Mr. Hut- chison's output. "Assaulting his old typewrit- er with jack hammer he never ceased to amaze us with Ite volume of his copy, naf of its Mr. Keate said. He has written nine books, in- cluding The Unknown Country, The Incredible Canad i a n and Canada: Tomorrow's winners of the Governor Gen- erafs Award. 'Financial district executives laughed when Art Powell, a for- mer professional football star, opened an Oakland office a year ago and said his all-black firm was going to sell Black and Brown trading stamps. Today, his stamps are han died by merchants in 40 California communities and offices are being opened in Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Bal limore, Washington, Brooklyn and Harlem. Powell, 33, played football in Canada with Toronto Argonauts and Montreal Atouettes before moiing to American foot h a 1 fields for several good seasons i Now he has his own of fie Department Frets Over Western Seeding Plans OTTAWA (CP) The agri-1 press prices below a bushel, culture department is concerned 1 A crop about the over-all western grain bcut acres-would be situation if farmers proceed enough to meet demand and with their indicated seeding in-1 keep prices at about 52 to 52.25 entions. he said. An economist's report pre- The outlook for f Iaxsced pared for the department and farmers intend to in made public herTsays b? cfnl rtc 000 acres of w'neat along with acres, is even less (a increased acreages of other vorable, be warns, crops will result in large sur- Prices are already pluses and depressed prices, OTTAWA (CP) The conflict etween the government and udilor-General Maxwell Hen- erson was escalated when teasury Board President C. M. )rury wondered, in a television interview, "whether we should ook for really another kind of BRUCE HUTCHISON Amazing Writer Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) down 1 I per cent from 1968 levels due t March 18 showed farmers planned to seed acres in wheat, a 26-per-cent reduc- tion from the previous year. But they also planned substantial in- and Argentina. A littl more than acres woul i be adequate this year, Mr. Car Henderson Vs. Ottawa Fuss Escalates xrson ral. to be auditor gen- Mr. Henderson has been under attack 1969 re- port published last month Mckcd out more than 200 in- aral iceffi- governmenl stances of waste :iency in use of Funds. Mr. Drury, in an interview Saturday on the CBC public af fairs program Encounter, also admitted telling a Monlrea union officer the mail truck drivers dispute had to be seUta quickly because of a threatened split in the cabinet. Asked whether be would deny having toW Marcel Pepin, presi- dent of the Confederation of Na- tional Trade Unions, this Mr. Drury replied that he hadn't mentioned it to Mr. Pepin. "I think it was a private con- versation with M. Parent (Ray- mond Parent, general secretary of the CNTU) which he clearly understood to tx a private con- because he alluded to the fact it was." CABINET IS SOLID' Mr. Drury said a moment ater 'hat "the cabinet is solid." There have besn reports that Postmaster General Eric Kier- ans and Labor Minister Bryce Mackasey have been at odds over the postal dispute. The comment on Mr. Hender- son came after a reference to the auditor-general's comment, "1 wonder myself whether in report last month, that the cabinet has limited the scope and effectiveness of his work as watchdog of public spending by reducing his staff "level authorized by creases i 50-per-cenl reduction ght there in the financial dis ict among those who didn' ke him seriously last year. Oakland lawyer arden, J4, chairman of the card, said that in one year, the i r m has done more than in business. The firm was launched in pril, 1969, with an investment mjorage crops. f by singer James rown, investor Bill Johnson of 'arden, Ohio, and Powell, who jecame president of the com- >any. ley, ra. durum wheat. The government's wheat in- Troops Land In Singapore SINGAPORE (AP) -Biitish ventory reduction program, an- troops, began flying into Singa- nounced Feb. 27, is aimed at a pore Sunday to' show llral Brit- ain can help defend this corner The mother of Mary Jo iopechne. the secrelaiy killed ast summer in an auto acci- ent involving Senator Edward I. Kennedy, says she feels a Massachusetts grand, jury in- into her daughter's lealh "exonerates" the senator. "It was an accident, there's no doubt about said Gwen- dolyn Kopechne. She was referring to the Jukes County, Mass., grand jury which recently ended an investigation and took no action. Mary Jo, 28, was killed when a car in which she and Kennedy were riding plunged from a bridge on Cnappaquiddick Is- land, ear Martha's Vineyard. Fake Priests Italy. (Reuters) All priests in Naples will soon be issued with special identity cards following reports of uni- dentified men disguising them- stlves in clerical clothes and celebrating masses and hearing confessions in parish churches here. acreage with the urused land of Southeast Asia from left in summerfallow or seeded miles away. forage crops. foe first RAF VC-10 to touch Farmers will Ret S6 an acre a( changi Base shortly for land diverted lo summerfal- disgorged a partv of low, up to a maximum reportws before unloading acres per farm, or an acrejaboul 100 tiogfs 19th in. fantry Brigade. In the next 10 days neariy men will be flown in from Britain The exercise, called Bersatu for la'nd diverted to forage crops for at least two years. 'MUST REDUCE MORE J. S. Carmichael, an econo- -.1. ii. exercise, canro Deraatu ssttt-tta division, studied the Prairie grain ii Malaysia through the end situation on the basis of June and will involve about the DBS survey. His, report con- sOnA-M- that farmPTS Ul I _ cludes that farmers need to re- cuoes mai nwu w Australia duce their planting intentions fc Bnta, Austraba New DRY CLEANING COIN OPERATED BY THE POUND 4O PER 'POUND MINIMUM OF 4 POUNDS LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 13th Street N, Phone 327-7770 still more. Canada already has bushels of hard red spring wheat on band. World stocks are high and the export market for the neit few years is not expected to exceed bushels year, Mr. Carmkhael says. The normal yield from acres would be enough for a year's domestic and export sales so the surplus would remain. Oats, already down lo 66 cents a bushel and with a hushel carryover, will bring even lower prices and the sur- plus will increase unless farm- ers use much of it as green feed, Mr. Carmichael reported. A reduction to acres from last year's acres was what the agriculture de- partment had hoped for. CORN PRODUCTION UP A carryover of bushels o< barley last year put pressure on prices and any increase in production this year will further depress prices, the report said. Barley would also have to com- pete with increased corn pro- duction in Canada and the United Slates. Mr. Carmichael waitts that farmer intentions to increase their rapeseed acreage by 88 per cent to acres could cause a large carryover arid de- Zealand, Malaysia and Singa jore. Fifty-six per cent of the be Bri- tish. BiiUsh and. Malaysian raili- ary officers said the exercise is intended to demonstrate Brit- ain's ability to support Malay- sian and Singapore forces in the event of need following the Bri- ish military withdrawal east of Suez in 1971. Governor Bows To Court Order TALLAHASSEE, Fa. (AP) Cov. Claude Kirk of Florid bowed to the order of a federa judge and promised Sunday t allow Manatee County officials to implement a court ordera schcol desegregation plan im mediately. His aclion Epparently clears Ihe way for Manatee County to begin transporting pupils by bus on Tuesday under an integra- tion plan originally scheduled lo go into effect April 6. Kirk had blocked implemen- 'arliament. Mr. Drury said the reduction! "quite modest" and Mr. lendersoo still has room to in- crease his staff. He also said Mr. Henderson's pieoccupation" should be with procedure, its hon- esty and ability to cope. He has expressed his view as to the appropriateness of some government Mr. }rury said. "Now in this sense he is pittting his judgment against the government, and not unnaturally, you wouldn't ex- wet a government in every j instance to agree with his judg- ment. auditor-general should cast him- self in this role, or whether should lock for really another kind of person to be auditor- general." Now and THE WOULD'! IAROIST MANUFACTURER OF CEDAR HOMES LINDAL CEDA.R HOMES PROTEST PERFORMANCE LONDON (Reuters) Bal- loons marked in blood-red paint with the names of countries in- vaded by Russia were released during the weekend by East Eu- ropeans protesting a perform- ance by the Red Army ensem- ble in the London suburb of Wimbledon. talion cf the plan but said Sun- day he was surrendering power over the country school board because Ihe federal justice de- partment .had promised help. 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