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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE UTHRB1DGE IIFRMO MnmJny, April 17, 1771 Woodrow Lloyd IlEtllNA KT1 Stanley Lloyd, ilie ijuic'l, unas- suming man wilh tut abiding Invc for liumnnily, ouTroilc Hie politician Simtlay as huiulrwls of his friends gathered to pay their last respects to ihc form- er CCF premier The Saskalclietum llic Ai'Ls uas filial of Saskatch- Centre of by more memorial followed Sat- urday's private funeral service for Mr, Lloyd who died Ajiril 7 in Seoul. Korea, at Ihc age of 53. AL iho time uf his death from a lieari attack, the only n.'ilive born premier of Sas- kntcliewan u as president rcn- rr.iL-iUativo of (liu United Na- liens' Development Program. C. Douplas, the man who than people for the me- preccwlcri Mr. Lloyd as prc- niorial ceremony, conducted in micr in the early 1960s before unadorned surroundings save (or a simple tioral arrange- ment and an unobtrusive ban- ner containing n few lines from n Robert Frost poem. "The I toad one of Mr. Lloyd's favorites. i 1 Hit- CCF became the New ncMtiocralic Party, delivered (he. eulogy, calling the father of medical care insurance "more of n sialesinnn than a poli- lician." WIFE OF HIJACKER TALKS TO NEWSMEN Mrs. Cfllia Chavez-Ortiz, wife of hijacker Ricardo Chavez-Ortiz, holds the youngest of ihelr eight children, 3-year-old Gar- ciela as she lells that ihelr life consisted of wel- fare, unemployment, high rent and poor education. her husband was trying to get peopla to underslond. Ortiz is charged hijacking a Frontier jetliner over New Mexico and forcing it to Los Angeles. (AP Wirephoto) Packaging important Hor Drug seminar savs TIED DKER (CP) rbaro- lais cattle breeders In Alberta were asked Saturday by Agri- culture Minister Hugh Homer tn help develop new beef mar- keting methods. I suggest that you can do more study of packaging pre- sented to Dr. Homer told Uie annual meeting o! the Alberta Charolaia Asso- ciation. Kind out what ho wants. scl for COI.EMAN (CMP Bureaut Detective .Sergeant Frank Bathgate oi the Lelhbridsc po JUSTICE COLLAPSES Mr. Justice J. Maurica King, 64. of Ontario Supreme Court collapsed to Ihe floor wilh a hear! attack Saturday during a (fibula to retiring Progressive Conservotiva member ol Parliament J. Waldo Monleith. Ho died later in hospital. (CP Wirephoto) Tim, The llcralrl Legislature Jlnrcail EDMONTON Opposition critics have been lions about government spending, but lambs about pollution control measures. Social Credit MLAs Iharlie Drain, Pindier Crcek- Drovvsni'st and Doug Miller, Tabor-Warner in debate over department of the en- vironment spending last week the government to r. urge I step softly wilh new aiiti-pollu- lion hivt'S, Whether the government will heed the advice, won't bo known unlil fall when regula- tions are unveiled for the new Surface Conservation AcL The act will be introduced In the legislature at the, end of. the spring sitting and held over tlic summer for public re- action, then passed In the fall. The net will outline policy governing the condition in which, land must be left after industrial development. The gout. Lake Louise an VANCOUVER (CP) The Federation of B.C. Naturalists Saturday approved a brief to the federal environmental de- partment opposing the multi- million dollar Village Lake Louise tourist complex propos- ed [or Banff National Park. The k'dcrntion said (be million complex should be lo- cated out-side park boundaries. Noting a strom; public demand for luxury resorts and artificial attractions the federation said the park will at- tract people simply on tbe basis lice clruR squad and professor of scenic and natural altrac- Tony Miller of. the psychology lions and recommended ac- what he's buying and packaging pleases him." department, University of commoclations, "with simplicity will speak at a i and dignity but without the opu- elrug seminar to he hold nt the lcr.ce thai seems lo he the key- Crowsnesl Pass High School at nolc o[ Village Lake Louise." o'clock tonight. The seminar, sponsored hy the Preventive Social Service, is open lo all parents and adults. Refreshments will he served by the Knights ol Columbus. The film, "Beyond LSD" will The brief was approved nt :he federation's annual meet- ing at (he University o( British Columbia Faculty Club. The project is being de- veloped as a summer and win- aflracfion for tourists with emphasis on downhill it said, "The capacity o( the skiing hill is to be doubled and var- ious other artificial attractions added. This is ft resort develop- ment which should be kept out of national parks." Right to strike gets another what be shosvn. SEE THE LENS THAT DARKENS IN THE SUNLIGHT (VARIGRAY) OPTICAL. New envoy WASHINGTON rlent Nixon has picked career diplomat Martin Hillenbrand as ttic next U.S. ambassador to Germany, diplomat i c sources reported Friday. Ad- ministration officials declined comment on Ihe report. and up prepared by computer Set up especially for the typical Canadian family, Bcneficial's Income Tax Service is fully computerized. Your tax return inlor- 'mation is calculated and triple-checked for the IcwKt tax by one of Canada's most modern computer pro- jammed to do your taxes. Act now. Avoid tho ntsh. Call the Beneficial Finance offics near you, or just drop in. You're good for more at Beneficial, Beneficial IncpmeTax Service A Strict of Hie BtocficialFiiuBciSysttin Mountain Time for luverniere 1NVKRME7IE, B.C. (CM Voters of this southeastern B.C. village voted 220 lo 98 S.-ifur- day in favor of switching per- manently to Mounain time to avoid confusion Alberta switches to Mountain DayligM Time April 30. The vote was not official be- cause lime-keeping is a provin- cial matter, but it did highlight fhe problem the East Kootenay fact-5. Widowed at 15 PIETEHM A R I T Z B U R G nicutcn Elain Snyman had lo receive special permission to marry a little more than a month ago, as she was only 15. As Elain von l.orgorenberg, she became Soulh AJrica's youngest widow when her 2R- year-old husband Gert was killr-d in a train crash near here last week. Xuati Tlmy blames U.S. for new war TORONTO (CP) The chief North Vietnamese negotiator at ihc Paris pence talks said in taped television frilervlew Sun- day Ihe United Stales is prepar- ing Lo beef up [Is ground forces in South Vietnam and threaten- ing to invade the north. Xunn Thuy snid, in n program (ilmcd Saturday in Paris and telecast Sunday on the CTV net- work program VT-5, "American personalities" are speaking in favor nf an invasion ot tho north. In Ihc first formal statement llic North Vietnamese since (he renewed bombing of North Vietnam and since the U.S. broke off peace negotiations several weeks ago in Paris. Tlmy said the U.S. Vielnamiza- 1s prolonging the real teeth will be the regula- tions that accompany the act. Environment Minister DM! Y u r k o said the ocL will strengthen current Innd recta mat ion procedures and 'pro- vide a greater degree ot lane surface management." How tough it will be is spec ulalion at llils stage. Mr. Drain, during debate cautioned (he minister abou "bread and butter issues." Pointing to coaT minir.g ac tlvity in his Crowsnest Pap constituency, he said: "1 an concerned about the serious fi nancinl position in which th conl industry Is finding itsoll I am concerned that regulations can be drafted tha can Lip the balance in a man- ner that would totally destroy the prosperity of this particu- lar nrea.11 Mt, Drain said while "some of the sins ot the coal mining Industry in the past are ns black as the product they pro- duce." Ihe industry lias made "considerable" effort In recent years to protect, and restore tho land. Mr. Yurko said new regula- tions will heed "what Is tech- nically possible and what Is economically possible and practical." In the same debate, Mr. Miller, the official opposition critic on pollution matters, urged i tnprovements 1 n wa ler management that would pre- vent floods and provide more walcr for irrigation. Outside the House, he said lollulion and protection of the mvirommcnt flrc problems "hut not n serious problem." In an attempt to assess what he new Conservative govern ment is doing, Mr. Miller has ashed in the House that, all de- partment of environment cor- respondence since (he Tories took office last year, be ta- bled. "The government has tried Lo leave the impression that pollution programs have been tightened up or Improved sub- QUEBEC (CP) The Quebec jovcrnnicnt will re-examine the right of public employees to strike once settlement of the current strike by about mblic employees Is reached, Premier Robert Bourassa said Sunday. Both sides were to go back to bargaining today. Secret nego- .iations late last week paved the way (or renewal of talks broken off April 5. Tho strike was called uy a union common front to back wage and Job security demands in a contract dispute with the [overnmenl. Premier Eourassa told report- irs that "by Monday night or Tuesday morning we will have good Idea whether the talks will yield any results. In Q speech later to 5.500 Lib- eral supporters at a fund-raising dinner in Montreal, Mr. Bour- assa said the government would "look especially at the hospital sector which has been affected by a number of strikes" since public servants were given strike rights In I9G4. ACCUSES UNIONISTS He accused union leaders of placing themselves nbove the law by Ignoring back-to-work in- junctions ordering maintenance of essential services at certain hospitals and of endangering the health of the province's econ- omy by aggravating difficulties i n attracting investment in Quebec. "The Injunctions were taken [n order to protect oublic." Mr. Bourassa said. "Hospitals particularly, became Ihu bos tagcs of the strike." The premier paid union lead crs have no right to ignore in- "be- and 'could he a strategic move i vithln the more general contest of n decision Lo seek a non-nego- "ated settlement." He repeated that the govern- ment will resist any union pres- lure for legislation to end the strike. Mr. Pcpin said the strike will continue because a resumption of bargaining "does not always ead to a settlement." UNIONS GIVE WORD The unions announced the new round of negotiations at the key central table at a news confer- ence Saturday, saying the gov- ernment had made an "opening of negotiations by giving incttca- .ions tliat could lead lo addi- tional sums" In Its offer- However, no precise figures hod been given, Mr. Pepln said. Mr. L'Alller, speaking at a government news conference, later said the government had made no new wage offer and he himself would not attend the bargaining session today, thus standing firm against the un- ions' demands for a new inone- tion policy war. Under questioning, ITnry sair his side is prepared to resume the peace talks in spite of the bombing. CORNER 4TH AVE. GTH ST., LETHBRIDGE (Woofworth Bldg.) 327 8565 opni EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT PHONE F CITY OF LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Wednesdoy, April NOON HOUR SWIM...... Public Public p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Friday, April 71 NOON HOUR SWIM ___ Pubfic S'-vimming...... Saturday, April 2? Public Swimming..............2 p.m. Sunday, April 23 Public Swimming P.m. family p.m. Monday, April 24 NOON HOUR SWIM.......... p.m. tary offer rmd liis presence