Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Thonday, April 19 1973 News in brief Good jobs unfilled HELENA. Mont. (AP; salaries of to and m- Moutana's chief elude openings langing from officer reports several hundred accountants to x-ray techni- good jobs in Montana unfilled cians He said there also are hun- despite 8 361 claimants lor job- less insurance benefits rf d f d ranch -obs Employment Security Admin- 1 istrator Fred Barrett says the waiting, especially in the Bill- acant positions carry monthly ings and Great Falls areas jRCMP probe oil theft FORT ST JOHN B C (CP) i tacted police. RCMP aie investigating the Since then Le said, two im- theft of at least thiee rnJhon dercover police officeis have gallons of petroleum fiom the been conducting investigations. Pacific peti oleum plant at Last -week, police moved in on lor, 11 miles south of heie j a numoer of petroleum bulk Walter Pesehn plant man- dealers, serv ice stations and ager said he became sus- trucking firms and seized rec- picious in September and con- 1 ords government wanted BEIRUT (Reuter) Presi- 1 nese government dent Suleiman Franjieh asked raght AITT x u t4.t, Wednesday Hafen 46 will replace Saeb who a. prlme parhamentarj' foreign lelations j minister last week following the committee to form a new Leba- i Isiaeli raid on Lebanon Soldiers cost daily OTTAWA (CP) Federal j That is a general cost as- trcops requested for temporary sessed against the authority duty in non-military work cost who requests the troops, a S25 daily in expenses for off i- j spokesman said m response to cers and for other ranks de- questions aboat fees that might fence headquarters said i be charged for non-military Won't gel involved Albertans object to hog project Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Agriculture Minister Hugh Homer told the legislature Wednesday Albert- ans object to level of gov- ernment interference involved in a hog marketing project an- nounced by the two neighboring prairie provinces intend to co-operate in the ex- port of hogs. Dr. Horner said Alberta will co-operate with her neighbors, but won't "get stampeded into a government-run operation." "There is a basic difference of philosophy in relation to how you sell things." he said. The The New Democratic govern-1 difference is whether "the poli- ments in Saskatchewan and, ticians'' do the selling or the Manitoba e announced they primary producers "In our view it should be the primary producer having a ma- jor say in how he enters the market place." Through the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board, farmers themselves "have a major say in how the export markets are dealt he said. The board is developing a con- cept of "forward contracting" Calgary Power earnings up but still seek rate increase CALGARY fCP) Calgary Power Ltd has reported net earnings of million dur- ing 1972, up million from 1971. Motorists feel She's prepared 'U ednesdaj. Kick the Habit! Smokers Dial 327-4000 Fcr recorded help in overcoming the imoking habit. Sponsored as a public ler- ice by your fr-endl The Advenfisfs dutv such as fighting floods Costs also depend on whether the assigned troops use rmlitarv rations and what kind of quar- ters are available, he said In some cases, a claim might be made as well for the salaries paid the troops. With reports of flooding in Texas, Mrs Beverly Mor- gan appears to be ready for the worst as she waits on a downtown Dallas streeJcorner. She's not really worried about high levels; she's on her way to a dive shop in town to model her scuba gear. Slayer denies knowing victims gas restrictions i Ev THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Three service stations m up- state New York are open for re- pair work, but they won't sell ycu any gasoline. In Florida, there is a chain of 15 stations that limits sales to 10 gallons a customer Independent service station operators are feeling the pinch 1 of the country wide gasoline shortage. Unable to get enough j to meet motorists' demands, some are rationing gasoline, seme are closing I For the motoris1, the shortage means higher prices The Oil i Gross revenue from opera- tions increased by 11 per cent to million during 1972, whi'e earnings per common share climbed to 38 from The company's annual report said Calgary Power has total assets of million and serves directly or indirectly 306 030 customers in Alberta. A W Howard, company pres- ident, said higher rates being joueht b> the company would increase revenues bv 15 per cent and offset inflation and growing environmental control costs "With a continuing high rate of growth and at inflationary costs the anticipated cao'tal exoenditu.'-es in the ahead vi1! reach even higher levels than 1972." he said. "The comnanv will spend almost as much on capital plant in the next five years it has in the more than 60 years since its ineeotion The annual report said that ccal provides 52 per cert of the trie and that in the fore- i Unemployment holds steady LONDON (AP) Unemplov- ment in Britain remained steady in April at three per cent of the working population, the department of employment announced today. But in real terms a downward trend which started last August continued weekly survej of 100 future coal will be used HOUSTON Tex (AP) -'I, The dead ID Wednesdays iclties laSl "eek the av-1 to generate additional didn't know any of shooting were Beulah K.lTavis for j m J972 in Larry DeLon Casey said after, 86 Jana What'ey, 10; and .Lf 1973' the company acquired be was charged with killing Claire Jakuboi1 ski, 5. three persons and wounding two The wounded, listed in fair others during a shooting spree condition, v.ere Karen Kurtz m a southwest Houston residsn-1 and Lynn Tucker, both 1" jmjj i vas 26 cen s a gallon before 1973 taxes in 1972 it was cents. Tlie independent station oper- bulk purchasers such as cities and trucking tial aiea Two of the dead were. Police identified the hardest hit because children slam in February as Dorothy I they frequently unable to "I didn't believe I had! Jones Young, 48 killed anyboch: I d'dn't realize Casey was charged with three contracts TEL AVIV (AP) Israel has installed direct telex dialing to 40 countries, including most of I find bidders for bulk purchase j Europe. North and South Amer- DIAL DIRECT I ica and Jaoan. vhat I was doing at the the 21-year-old man Wd report- ers after his arrest Wednesday. Police said Casey signed a counts of muider and two of as- j sault to murder m Wednesday's shootings and with murder and robber} by firearms in the ,A, 0-- statement admitting he drove a' Young slaving On Apnl 9 there were car thrcmgh the Willowbend ad-' Casev blamed Wednesday's persons out of 229 more than in March But the total in- cluded 44.107 adult students reg- istering for vacation work. dition Wednesdav firing a 22 shootings on a fight with his rifle He also admitted he Hied' girl-fr end, a quantity of beer a dnve-m food store clerk dur-j and niariiuana and the murder, in? a robbery last Feb 21. of his father police said Fe told officers his father, --------------------------------_____ Theron, a chemical controller orkmg out of Newark, N J v as robbed and killed in New York ntv in Jure 3970 He said the elder Casev was killed by two heroin addicts, and "ever since then I had a real grudge.'' Commons recesses for Easter 01 'B.C. House i ends sittings Diary of Lieut Col. G A Frencn, Officer Commanding N W M. Police 1374. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th' A horse of B troop left behind died last night One of F troop also died. I had a blanket taken from every officer and man last n'gnt so that each horse was covered and protected from the cold ram and wind which set in about 9 n m. I being to feel very much alarmed for the safety of the Force If a few hours cold rain kills off a number of horses what wculd be the effect of a twentj-four hours snowstorm On the 20th of September last year there was a three davs snowstorm in the district between the Cypress Hills. Wood Mountain and the O'd Wives Creek I cannct possibly get bac'-c till the first week in October. If I could get 5 or 6 tons of hay cut to bring along in our wagons to meet such a difficulty I would feel more at ease but the buffalo have scarcely left a blade of grass over 3 inches in length. Made 7 miles but had to halt as the rear guard was delayed several hours owing to Mr P. rot having nbcjcd nr- orders wth references to a horse left behind dose FHJDAY, SEPTEMBER nth Tins parti d d fcl font s. w a rotl-ot sent ant cot jn abojl J ti m last mlit There can be little hut that it I- tii" H.-'cr We wxn: rwth this mominc to find a cretins in ifcf Bell; Rncr out sflcr losing much time in Jind onr for 5 or akmg 'r-e nver and 'ndins a 3iU3e in a coulee halted there. Horses starving atoe kccpjis them up Second reading of a bill aimed at tighter securitv to reduce air- craft hijackings uas the last VICTORIA fcp) _ first tmng the Commons did ,ar f the Brft h i day before starting a Columbia legislature under a j i it. i Democratic emment j The bill, rcierred to the trans- Drorogued after Lt port committee, nould make Gov 0 j searching passengers and their luggage lesal before they are ft d the permitted to board an aircraft On Although.the airlines ha-.e been t f doing it for some Unic. it LS not, ft 1902 and cohered by law: they are per- rccCT.d 04 d nutted, houcver. to refuse sen-- ir, ,h fil d and fOQ tu ice if a passenger does not sub- pn ?rLAs_ vift i nut to a search c ec-.cnirc't hrinsmg :n lea- Trans DortJIiiiister Jean rn frOTh. became iMarchand sarf Uns is limiU-d rf th in its ei.raCTcj the e-n cf 1r cnt nrijn- HesaidlneliCMPistramina th, rieill ,n pcnomcl esr- for airport a rt .searches (hat (his system BarrcM aim- might be mre effcctne than ,nR an rScadlmc had "ObiI5 r o ion to mornir-Slttincs pcr-cent foolpioof All l'58 Slt I we're tnins to do is decrease the numter of incidents SOUTHERN ALBERTA BUSINESS SAMPLER oears Canada's fastest growing retail business has opening for COMMISSION SALES PEOPLE IN THE SEWING MACHINE DEPARTMENT Preference will be given to ihose experienced and know- Jedgeoble of the cbove, or closely related area We can offer you an opportunity for obove average income end a wide range of benefits including a 37's hour work week Apply in person to- PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT SIMPSONS-SEARS CENTRE VILLAGE MALL control of an estimated addi- tional 88 million tons of coal in t-v.o (40 miles west of Edmonton) the report said. The addition provides Cal- gary Power 293 million tons of coal reserves of which 13 mil- lion tons has been used "In addit en a substantial reserve in the Roundhill-Dodds area (40 miles southeast Ed- monton) of east central Albei- ta was acquired in 1971 The report also said the hy- dro power on river near Fort Fitzgerald has been studied for a maior de- ve'opment. but tins project, 460 miles north of Edmonton, is not considered economic at this time where large sales are planned ahead. Dr. Horner's remarks in reply to Keith French (SC- Hanna-Oyen) who asked what affect the Saskatchewan-Mani- toba plan wculd have here. The minister said Alberta Hog Marketing Board officials uere in Regina this to dis- cuss the new plan with officials of the other two provinces and Albeita will continue to co-op- erate without joining the govern- ment export plan. To join such a plan would re- quire a vote of Alberta hog pro- duceis, "major alterations" to the piovmcial hog marketing boaid and a change to federal agriculture marketing legisla- tion, he said NDP leader Grant Notley ask- ed if farmers in Alberta have expressed any desire for a plan such as the Saskatchewan-Man- itoba scheme. Dr Horner said no. are not aware that pro- ducers are better off than they aie in Alberta and I have had no repiesentahon from any pro- ducer" group to change the method by which we are now op- erating and I have had dis- as late as yesterday vith the hog pioducers market- ing boaid Mi Notle: asked if the "for- ward contracluig'' being devel- oped in Alberta involves con- tracts set by the packing com- pan'es or the hog board. The minister said contracts are set bv the board. Weather and road report SUNRISE FRIDAY Calgary _ Today: Mainly SUNSET i cloudy vuth showers during the H L Pre afternoon and evening High to- Lethbridge ___ 55 23 day and Friday near 45. Lows 30-35 Friday: Cloudy. Inter- mittert ram or wet snow. 46 30 .13, Columbia, Kootenay T o- 44 30 day ard Friday. Sunny but 43 28 27 wlth afternoon c'cudmess and 47 30 02 a few showers both days. Highs 45 32 04, both dajs near 50. Lows to- Pincher Creek 49 20 Medicine Hat.....53 29 Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff prorocahon that a? a and a great ul IvCTJer v melt a ottinr'ft c a sill me of 'he -mo't and it a nj 1 ?o He ablp 1o Wknr the W M P march wiih th" hcfo of a man" Our students are just corn- plctrc a man wKch sho-srs each mcht's stop as well as points of ml' men irnrd m thc diary- S.nrf Zir ?o TV A) p Proicct. 3JsniiltTn Junior High, 740 Vic offer our CONGRATULATIONS the studenH of Hamilton Junior High rac-g o< tfV oMhfl N W M Royal Trust COMPANY AV5NU5 5 PHONE A RECITAL OF SACRED MUSIC NORA ROSE i Mezzo Soprano) EASTER SUNDAY Apnl 22, p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1614 Fifth Avenue South EVERYONE WEICOME Kelly-Springfield 'SET-SALE' (10 DAYS ONLY) Calgary Victoria Penhcton ..55 29 .10 Pnnce George 43 25 Kamloops 53 31 Vancouver 51 37 Toronto...... 63 47 01 Ottawa......70 45 Montreal.......b9 44 St. Johns 60 34 Halifax 71 38 Charlottetown 68 35 Fretiericton 71 35 Chicago 66 54 .11 New York 76 62 Miami 76 72 Los Angeles 69 53 Las Vegas 69 43 Phoenix 76 60 FORECAST: Lethbridge T oday: Be- coming cloudy with showers this afternoon. Highs today and Friday 43-50. Lows 30-33. Fridaj: Cloudy with fre- quent showers. Medicine Hat Today mght 20 to 25. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Heavy srcw warning moun- tains and fcoth'lls south cen- tral and southeast travellers and stockmens advisory east portion today wet snow and rain with gusty northeasterly winds eastern portion today and Friday Snow accumula- tions up to eight inches likely mountains and foothills south central end southeast. Strong winds will cause blowing and drifting over eastern potion both dajs Scattered rain and snow showers west portion to- day and Friday. Colder north- east continued cool elsewhere. Highs both days 40s. Lows to- night 20s. West of Continental Divide- Partly cloudy with scattered Showers this afternoon. Highs i ram "or snow showers today 45-50. Lou-s 30-35. Friday: and Friday. Continued coot Cloudy with periods of rain. Highs 40-45. Highs both days 40s. to- I night 20s. 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Highway 5, from MagraJh to Cardsfaa PORTS OF E2VTRY (Opening and Closing CootU ?4 Carway 9am to 6 p m DC] Rornla 9 a m. to 6 p rn Roosev a rn to nMrichl B C 24 Porthill Rjltrts fi a m to Chief Moattaa closed, WiJdhorsc Sam Jo j p m.