Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
X THf LfTHMIDOl HKAID ThwWvy, Ajril It, Trudeau Defends Government's New Arctic Pollution Bill TORONTO (CP) Prim laaster Trodean viavnosiy fended Us new Antic palfatian bffl Tootur weed aB etnxtna to a tfanal anvranaatal taw" fa pmtBCt feet assa. Wd the aosaal Mr. of UK' Press Bat, be said, Canada reaasec feat the preseot pace of devel- that swi fa "warkaaj to >eseot the framework tat inr fav at t opment of fa Exiled Leader's Return Delayed 102 YEAtS OLD AND STILL GOING STRONG Mining millionaire Hugh Sirthei- land, of Toronto, a health addict and 102 yean old. Hii 10 of morning collijthenicj Indude and o ttomach roil ht culls his "salmon belly also and and a lot of walking. SANTO DOMINGO (Renters) Farmer president Joan Bosch of the Dominican Renub- Kc was in Curacao today, his re- ETOB1 of the smouldering pre-election crisis that has so far cost the life of at least one youth leader. Thousands of t of oe setf-exikd Bosch fathered at the airport hue Wednesday awaiting las retarn korn Pick. Bnt an edgy gmcranwot dered the plane .that was, to "braig hiai tefltsy in Cora- cae, a Dutch West Indian island off the coast of Venemeia, One man was killed and three persons iajored when police and position, wanad he would not oierate Botch's preaeooe in the country. The monition -parties hare and hand overpower to the rcnie Coort pRnoent for tbc rest of his coodbjtiaBal term, ending fa August, so that he cannot use the machinery or his election campaign or to lay on who his term ends. Mail Truck Employees Fail To Meet Job Offer Deadline SiVats Dociingo. Dcstd was Ifirti Attagracia De Rosa, stndeot leader of the Revolutionary Christian who was shot in the head. Bosch, toader of the toft-wing MONTREAL (CP) "It may be two or ttwe "weeks" before the post office is ready to take. over mail Uausyurtscwn m Can- ada's largest city, a post office spokesnan said today. The statement came boors after 330 former employees of G. Lapabne me. failed to meet the midnight deadune for ac- cepting a federal guveiumut employment offer to truck mail in the city. G .Ijapahne's exclusive cop- Now; Legal For 19.Year-OWs midnight; Wednesday to apply or the government jobs. We are certainly not prepared i take over the service be post office spokesman said tt an iutmfew. "It may be two D three weeks before we are." VANCOUVER (CP) "The march of tha has tasl I JJaiT fcaadiy, first day of UK tower legal drinking age fa Brl- nan Colombia, tfae first tima fa tfae BOOB, beverage room stores and bars were legal terri- tory for the province's 'sod SO-year-olds as tegJsUT towering die legal age to 19 from 21'went fato effect. Tbe new status includes the to vote and akn to marry o( yowg people who created lineups at parental tmtttt, There to vote far pad no sign of a stampede ta> the Ixit they did torn out to _ room hired extn atofi to take cars of the crowds HALE omcAi COMPANY ITD J07 Mi St. t. nyto ainland mnoanent today when insxle and Vancouver Island pubs on a normally quiet night The biggest problem seemed to be for waiters who bad to c teek identification of the roungsten before aa viug. HIRE EXTRA HELP Extra men .were hired at some hotels to check patrons at the door and to let in only the number the beverage rooms could accommodate "I think it wm level off a bit when the thrffl of befag'able to drink at this age wean one bartender said. Tbe behavior of the yoon people was reported good ex cept for a tew minor Incidents; One operator of a beverage room upnaseJ concern about the discomfort be said the on- slaught of young people would i i_, jiiiii _ uiajg 10 ras mnjusngea csxc tele. But ttose m the brackets questioned said they were happy to see Hie drinkm age lowered. ork slowdown to protest pro- Dinged contract negotiations be- tween their union and the gov- But tfae port office quickly took on part-time mail sorters and handlers xptus soo casual and the spokesman're- jorted things were almost back o normal. The hiring of non-union era- isoyees has created a sore point with the regular workers, mem- bers of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, The CUPW-and the Letter Carriers Union of Canada, are egotfatfag for a new contract ift the government Meanwhuej some former La- pabne empkivees werepJanaLng a march to Ottawa later today nope to meet with rd President C. M. LIKE NEW AGAIN! I USING OIL LOSING POWER REJUVENATE FOR SPRING! mi g u r i d af many traubMrn mi In ahwd. PUT A NEW HIART M TOUR CAR FOR AS LITTLI AS PER MONTH SIX CUINMX OR VI CM MOTORS fUUY GUARANTEED BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE PARTS AND DEPTS. 2nd Avt and Ith S4mf S, Phons 327-3147 net to haul mail expired April and the federal cabinet or- dered the post office to take over maQ delivery, snarled nee Feb. 3 when the Lapalme employees began wort skrw- nros and scattered protests. None of the driven, memben the Canfedenticc of National Dominlean Revututiuusty party, wag ousted because of has views after >six mootbs in puwei ii _ Jose Pena Gomes. sftiLetary-geueral of the indicated the government hat objected to the welcome people plnmed to give him. Ine Dominican Quisqoeyana Airline said that for' "security reasons" the government hai prohibited departure of the from Curacao unnl fur [her nodce. office began a Strong 'Quake Recwded In Gulf Of Alaska ANCHORAGE (AP) -j trODf OCCtKTBa 1 the Golf of Alaska 135 miles of Cordova at EST, the Pahner Observa- tory reported. There were no reports of in- jury or damage. A spokesman said the trem- or's magnitude was' 6.2 on the Richter scale, He said that was sufHcient to cause damage in populated area but not large enough to cause a tidal wave The quake was about IS miles south of Yakataga and was felt strongly there and at Yakntat, where Dmry to press again their argu- ments for retention of their D should they integrate into the civil service. The post office had hat the Aims give theCNTtlif they are by the poet office. But spokesman to Mr. Dia- ry's office Wednesday night said "that as far as we are con- cerned, Urns whote matter U over." He said the guveimiieut position now is to hire other fulfil the jobs refused by the Lapabne men. A total of 599 job appticatiooc been received, M of them from defence depeuUiieut work- ers in Montreal who vriB ha Md off Sept. been have and new em- ployees are expected to be noti- fied their acceptance the President Jaaqnfa Bafagaer, bo OB the dim this country with hit io seek le-etocBoi fatbeJIay regula- tians is not fast enough to pre- vent pollution from occurring in' tne Canadian Arctic. "We know, bowever, that the faianational community moves, atewty fa the creation of new faw and the construction tt new apparatus. We have no reason to beberc that such a regime can be expected within the nest few or even years. we know that arctic shipping and Arctic mineral ex- paQraDon aettvittes a re occur- ring now and that fa tfae mterset af norttiera Canada be contTOued sod encouraged. Until such a regime exists, therefore, Canada-must take steps fa ensure that irreparable farm will not occur in the m- kerim." TO SET UP ZONE That is why, he sail, Canada pbns to introduce a poDuticn eren it is stretch- ing the bounds at ioternatjocal law. Tbe new Arctic PM TRUDEAU Farmers Picket SC Bank Tories Elect Tober Man PCA Head TABER Norman Long 0 Tiber Wednesday was elected preadeot of .the Taber War ner provfacfal Progressive' .Got servative Association, succeed- ing Roy Blab. Thirty attended' the Arabs Guard American 'mbassy AMMAN, Jordan brock CasUegar EDMONTON (CP) The provinda! legislature gave final approval Wednesday to a pri- vate bin declaring nun and void the childhood adoption of a for- mer Alberta woman who Is eon- testing an inheritance in Cali- fornU. Laura Irene Faraschuk, for- merly of Tborsby( petitioned for this action after failing to have her adoption set aside by Alber- ta courts last year. At issue is piuua ty In the Sacramento area with an ap- praised gross value of left by her natural mother on her death in September, 1968. Mrs. FaratKhui, nee Conlm, nnw lives with her husband Nicholas in Colfax, Wash., where she Is bookkeeper. She has retained her Canadian citl- Izenship. Both her natural par- AUCTION SALE FRIDAY, APRIL 17th p.m. ST. AUGUSTINE'S PARISH HALL Household Electrical Appliances Sewing Machine Other miscellaneous articles HURLBURT AUCTIONEERS eots and adoptive parents now are dead. She was born in Edmonton JS years ago to Herbert and Laura Conlin, the latter an American citizen. The Coolmf were di- vorced hi Edmonton IB in> and the husband was awarded cus- tody of their two chUdren, the present Mrs. Faraschuk and her brother Gordon Monsson, 'about 45, now of Vancouver. In 1938 Mrs. Faraschuk wa) made a ward of the province by i juvenile court judge who found she was a neglected child. In at the age of 10, she. was adopted by Frank and Christine Monsson, who fanned at Tborsby in the Edmonton area. They also adopted her brother, Meanwhile, the natural moth- er, Laura Bette Conttn, return- ed to California where she worked1 as a clerk and a wait- ress. After the death of her sec- ond husband, Thomas O'Dea, she was housekeeper and com- panion to a wealthy elderly wo- man for about seven years. Mrs. O'Dea benefittetf from this woman's will on the latter's death in 1966 but when she In turn died two years later she left no will. Mrs. Faiaschuk did not learn of her natural mother's whereabouts tntil her death In 1968. Under California liw, in adopted child cannot receive the inheritance of her natural parent where there is no will. In these circumstances, Mrs, O'Dea's sister, Mrs. Stella Shaw of ChowchilU, Calif., and her two Louis V. Harde- kops of Edmonton and Herman Hardeknpf of Rocky Rapids, stand to Inherit the estate. Lawyers for these next of tin say Mrs. Faraschuk refused then- offer of half the estate. The bin passed by the Alber- ta legislature declares that Mrs. Faraschuk has been and sUD is the lawful child of Mrs. ODea and further states that the adop- tion order always has been and is void. It adds that she ii the lawful heir to the ODea estate: The only debate occurred MarcH 18 at a 2K-hour hearing of the kgUlature'i private bills committee where some cabinet Buntsters. expressed opposition. Reubin Cipin, Edmonton law- yer who appeared at that hear- ing on behalf of the other next of kin, said in an interview Wednesday that the iegUti- ture's action in passing the pri- vate b i 11 established a prece- dent It would tend to under- mine the adoption sy- stem. will permit anyone who has been adopted, and who finds out his natural paresis are or were wealthy, lo run to the legislative assembly for change, be sadd. Mr. Cipin added, however, that he thinks California will not recognize the legislature's ac- tion. Social development Minister Ray Speaker, who had opposed the measure in the private bills coouritUe, said in an interview he has investigated and found that private memben1 bffls do not set precedents the way courts do. He said he feels courts are not affected by pri- vita bills, AUttleWI... Goes A Long Way! MODEL 160 TRAVQ TRA1LEK UnaA: 16' WkMti Tt" hnida rMghfi 6T Waight: ha, Hitch Weight: 260 lot. DOWN A DAY TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Uxatod ai GfNBUl rARM SUmiCS COUTTS rHOHWAY PHONI 3274IM OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA AH highways la the Leth- bridge district are mostly bare and wet. Highway J Trans Canada Highway Calgary to Banff has 1 inches of snaw. The high- way U being plowed and sand- ed and there are slippery sec- tions. Banff Golden is ban and in good conditxm. Between Gotten and Revebioke the highway is bare and in good condition. Motorists are advised to watch for fallen rock and frost heaves. The Banff-Ra- dium and Banff Jasper Hgb- wsys are ban and fa 0ood cos> Creston Sauna highway 1 1 bare and in good condition, Motorists are advised to watch for frost heaves, fallen rock and caribou. There is a 75 per cent load- Ing restriction on ffifhway H from the junction of ffiglnny 4 to 'Skiff. Snvw tires or chams are qored when trareDiag fa any mountain area. This includes aki resort access roads', PORTS OF ENTRY (Opeemf and' doting CnnUs, M hoars; I fM. MST; CMef Moatfafa desed. Del Bonila s a.m. to p.m.; RooaeviDe, B.C. a.m. to I Kingsgate, B.C., 24 hoon; PortnuT-Rjserai I a.m. aiossgbt; bntan Paw, doted lor rtur, _.