Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday, April 20, THE LCTHBRIDQE HEHALU Personal sniping ends week of bitterness in House OTTAWA (CP) The air of acrimony hanging over the Commons for the last week thickened Friday as Prime Min- ister Trudeau and opposition MPs hurled comments laced with personal barbs across the House Labor disputes involving public servants, soaring inflation and high interest rates continued to form the backdrop for the heated exchanges, but there was more than the usual amount of personal sniping Allegations of government inaction and disinterest in major national problems were hauled out repeatedly during the 40-minute question period Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield asked if the govern- ment is ready to face a confidence vote after choosing to debate proposed football legislation rather than inflation and strikes and essential services Prime Minister Trudeau countered that it is "typical of the Tory opposition that they are never prepared to deal with matters before them because they never have any answers for them When a heckling Liberal asked Mr Stanfield what he would do, he replied "The simplest recommendation I could make to the government is that it resign Mr Trudeau said the only chaos in the country exists within the Conservative party "Mr Speaker, the leader of the Opposition seems to have recognized chaos everywhere except where it really exists The prime minister's recent six-day Caribbean holiday was a prime target of opposition critics this week, the implication being that he was basking in the sun while Canadians faced a series of crises Frank Howard Skeena) stung Mr Trudeau with the comment that "the honorable member from Barbados has indicated that football is more important than, food prices Conservative Peter Reilly (Ottawa West) asked if a budget date will be named "before the prime minister takes off on his political trip around Ontario next week9" "1 am not afraid to show myself in snapped Mr Trudeau "The honorable member is Airports shut down by work stoppages Controllers call shot in storms WASHINGTON (AP) A fact-finding board recom- mended yesterday that air traffic controllers be given the authority to refuse to let airplanes land during violent thunderstorms The National Transportation Safety Board made the recommendation as a result of an Ozark Airlines crash landing during a thunderstorm at St Louis last July Thirty-six of the persons aboard were killed when the plane crashed about four miles short of the runway The board has yet to deter- mined the cause of the acci- dent, however, the Federal Aviation Administration said the pilot radioed before the crash that he believed he was in a tornado and that the plane had been struck at least once by lightning Missing meadow In place of their usual placid meadow, four Moose Jaw houses Friday have a sheet of water rising more than half way up their first storey Seabed minerals threat GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE SUNDAY 5 28 SUNSET 7.34 H L Pre Lethbndge 62 38 Medicine Hat 58 39 01 Pincher Creek 59 38 Edmonton 43 32 03 Peace River 49 34 Banff 50 33 Calgary 54 34 14 Victoria 51 44 11 Prince Rupert 42 33 61 Penticton 61 44 Kamloops 61 43 Vancouver 51 44 36 Saskatoon 61 34 Regma 55 31 Winnipeg 58 45 11 Toronto 47 26 Ottawa 48 29 Montreal 44 27 Chicago 47 45 Boston 48 35 Miami 76 72 Los Angeles 68 55 Phoenix 78 52 Denver 74 36 Rome 57 45 Pans 59 41 London 52 41 Berlin 48 39 Amsterdam 55 46 Brussels 61 41 Madrid 66 43 Moscow 36 28 Stockholm 50 34 Tokyo 63 48 FORECAST Lethbndge, Medicine Hat Cloudy periods today chance of afternoon showers, lows near 35, mainly sunny Sunday, highs 55-60 Calgary Mainly cloudy today, light showers clearing by evening, mainly sunny Sunday, lows near 30, highs 50- 55 Columbia, Kootenay Today, cloudy with a few showers of ram or wet snow Clearing this evening Sunday, sunny, clouding over with a few showers in the afternoon Highs today and Sunday 50 to 55 Lows tonight 30 to 35 MONTANA East of Continental Divide Stockmens advisory south central and southeast portions Colder with increasing ram and northerly winds south central and southeast portion today Snow lowering over mountains and higher hills Scattered showers elsewhere Ram, snow and wind decreasing southeast portion late tonight Showers becoming widely scattered Sunday with temperatures a little warmer west portion Highs today and Sunday 50 to 60 Lows tonight 35 to 45 West of Continental Divide Cloudy with widely scattered showers today and Sunday Highs both days 55 to 65 Lows tonight 30 to 40 OTTAWA (CP) A Halifax lawyer feels that mineral deposits on the seabeds of the world are so rich tnat intensive harvesting could disrupt the Canadian economy This was part of a paper presented to the Canadian Bar Association's law of the sea seminar by lawyer Brian Flemmmg He was unable to present the paper himself because of travel problems so it was read by Donat Pharand, a University of Ottawa law professor Canada produces about 40 per cent of the world's nickel from conventional mining, but this apparently would be threatened seriously by seabed mining that would produce enormous quanities of nickel At minimum, we have an interest in ensuring the stability of the international nickel market Mr Flemmmg said "In the broadest political sense, Canada also has an interest in the international seabed area because the developing world has taken a great interest in the dizzying wealth which may he on the ocean floors The nickel would be just one of many metallic minerals re- coverable from the seabed, in- cluding manganese, molybde num copper, cobalt, zinc and lead MISKIN SCRAPERS Easy Loading and Accurate Spending 4.8 Yards or 7 Yards Use Your Wheel Tractor to Level Land or Dig Dug-Outs A load will be arriving soon! at... GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Courts Highway Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 ALLEN RUBY JOHNSON Farm Auction Sale One mile north and three miles east of COWLEY, ALT A. (follow signs) Sat., April 27 10 a.m. Sharp Having received from Allen and Ruby Johnson ol Cbwley, we offer lor public auction lilting ol farm and household Lunch smrMl by Tinnr Bee. Club Tirms Cash TRUCKS, TRACTOR and Case tractor with home made cab power take-otf and belt pulley 1952 GMC truck 2 tons with box and hoist 1936 Maple Leal with dual wheels and m working order Cockshutt manure spreader 12ft double disc 10 ft power binder with canvass weed sprayer with 200 gal tank and 38 ft booms 13 ft subtiller with ext 10 ft high wheel cultivator 4 sections flex harrows 10ft JO press drill MM pull type combine M H dump rake and mower M H side delivery rake Case one way 14ft cuUivator 2MM ground driven swathers 9Vi ft IHCrodweeder Case hammer mill 10 It gram auger and V5 h p motor 16 ft gram auger white and approx 20 weaner pigs a dozen chickens several geese 250 bushels Gary oats china cabinet made by Strathroy Furn Co brass bound hinges No 3188 three piece dminq room suite made by Eastern Furn Co Victonaville Qje spinning wheel floor model china cabinet leather rocking chair three part wall mirror Duncan Fife coffee tble walnut hall mirror round centre table smoking stand rocker and foot stool RCA cabinet radio easy Chair and foot stool several wall pictures several chairs three section book case roll top desk several sad irons writing desk swivel chair bedroom chair chime clock brass urn wicker dressing stand and chair one end brass rail bed centre table oval picture frame quantity ol Edison and other 78 speed records colored sealers Pony beer keg vi to 20 gal crocks puffin billy heat er wash board wool carders coal scuttles two coal oil lamps copper tray and 6 copper mugs brick fire place wicker stand kitchen scales step stool garbage can crib and mattress ash tray quantity of books laundry hamper bathroom scale several vases table lamps flower pots sleeping bag small weed sprayer 5 chrome chairs Berkel meat slu-er dinner gong complete bed- room suite several chairs trunk twin wash tubs vacuum cleaner floor polisher lawn bed dishes pots and pans Eaton electric sewing machine Westtalia cream separator twin beds night table bedroom chair Viking electric cabinet radio MISC gal fuel with hose 300 gal fuel tank with hose approx 300 ft plastic hose set of breaching harness two horse collars 5 bags of 11-48 fertilizer set truck chains 15 bundles cedar shingles Bnggs Stratton engine quantity metal siding beam scale platform scale V king tanning mill two wheel trailer wagon wheels packer wheels walking plow fertilizer and grass seed at tachment Roto tiller buzz saw one ton chain block hoist calf and hog troughs P M chain saw Vi h p electric motor 2 h p electric motors two metal tanks two cylinder motor grind stone and stand two sand stones one inch gear pump quantity pipe Frsno chicken wire hardwood flooring water heater (electric) (for stable) extension cords threshers drive belt baler twine gunney sacks tool box bob sleigh one deck wagon box doors and window frames 2 rims and tires 10x38 double trees and neck yoke four wheel rub- ber tired wagon (old car) old buggy posts and poles (post holes not for sale) I barbed wire shovels barrels roil roofing electric wire shanks for chisel plow bale rack quantitiy tires AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Don! miss this sale if you are interested in even seeing a lot of sought-after furniture and other items Many items listed are worthy of special the furniture THIS IS AN INTERESTING SALE-remember it starts early- 10am on time1 The above (let It merely a guide and In no way a war- anty or guarantee at to condition, age or else SALE CONDUCTED BY DON WALPER AUCTIONEERING WBUT By THE CANADIAN PRESS Seven major Canadian air- ports were closed Friday while most others operated on a limited basis as firefighters continued work stoppages and study sessions in their dispute with the federal treasury board Airports at Victoria, Windsor, Sault Ste Mane, Quebec City, Sydney, Thunder Bay and Gander were closed and thousands of passengers were forced to reioute to other airports for connecting flights An Air Canada spokesman said six other Montreal, Toronto, Edmonton, Winnipeg and open only to DC-9S with a capacity of 100 passengers each The DC-9s make up about half the airline's fleet The airline cancelled flights to Los Angeles, Tampa, Miami and the Caribbean area but was trying to bus passengers on to other carriers in New York and Chicago In the contract dispute, the government has offered the 436 firefighters, represented by the Public Service Alliance of Canada, a four-stage wage increase in a 26-month contract which would mean an average salary of a year Union negotiators have ac cepted the proposal and mem- bers are to start voting on it soon Another union, representing air traffic controllers across Canada, has announced that it will launch a nationwide strike May 5, adding to airport labor problems ANNOUNCES LAYOFFS The slowdown brought an announcement from Air Canada that it is laying off an unspecified number of employees So far, 16 airline employees in Sault Ste Marie have been laid off However, an Air Canada spokesman said the airline handled a total of passengers across the country Thursday, average for this time of year Despite reduction in oper- ations, several flights across the country were reported leaving with empty seats Air Canada has placed an embargo on air freight to Europe and the Caribbean and restricted cargo within Canada and the United States At Toronto International Airport, Canada's largest, airline passengers were forced to travel by bus 235 miles to Detroit for connecting flights Air Canada said it planned to operate 10 international flights out of Ottawa Friday as other airlines scrambled to arrange departures from nearby U S airports American Airlines, with 10 flights out of Toronto daily, said response was poor to an offer to bus passengers to Buffalo N Y and most flights were cancelled Friday The airports at St John's and Gander, Nfld and Sydney, N S were closed Friday while 10 other airports in the Atlantic provinces offered limited service The airport at Stephenville was the only one open to com- mercial flights on insular Newfoundland In Halifax, DC-9 service continued to operate and 10 Air Canada flights were scheduled to take off for destinations in the Atlantic provinces Montreal and Toronto Winnipeg, Edmonton and Vancouver airports were operating Friday only on a limited basis Calgary was handling some Air Canada trans continental flights Opposition MPs in Ottawa continued to lambast the gov- ernment for having dealt in- adequately with the walkouts Transport Minister Jean Marchand told the Commons the government must still wait until the results of a ratification vote by union members are known before acting ROY HINATSU Casey Vandenbnnk President and General Manager of Foreign Car (Lethbridge) Ltd is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Roy Hmatsu as Vice President and Sales Consultant with our firm Roy has been with Foreign Car (Lethbndge) Ltd for some 24 years in the Service Depart men) the last few years as the manager ol that depart ment It is because of his excellent we feel no one could be more qualified to advise anyone of their automotive needs than Roy QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DlcTHlCH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg PHONE: 328-7664 ONLY 11 DAYS LEFTi Don't SPAR AROUND with your INCOME TAX Taxes have you on the ropes' A little fancy foot work will bring you to H R BLOCK-The Income Tax COMPLETE Champions' We II give RETURNS your tax return a knock out punch with our fast accurate service at H R BLOCK GUARANTEE If we make any error in ihe preparation of your tax return that COSTS you any interest or penalty on add tional taxes due while we do nol assume the liability tor the additional taxes we will pay that merest and penalty Cdnadd s Laiyest Tax Service With Over 6000 Olficps in North America 815 3rd S. 329-3632 324 13th St. N. 327.4075 Weekday! 9 to 9, Saturdays 9 to 5 NO APf TMENT NECESSARY I MORE from the COLLEGE Lethbridge Community College School of Continuing Education and Scientific Self-Suggestion Reveals a dynamic method for achieving well-being and peace of mind You are shown how to switch off unnecessary ten- sions and how to tap energies you never dreamed you possessed You are taught how to turn your uncons- cious mind into a powerful ally in the struggle for a healthier, happier life how the body's natural recuperative power can restore potency to physical mental and emotional functioning how to resolve inner conflicts that block the free flow of hidden resources By implanting positive suggestion in your unconscious mind you can effectively eliminate doubt fear and psychosmatic ailments Through a series of exercises designed to achieve physical relaxation in pro- gressive steps, nervous energy can be diverted into constructive outlets instead of being channeled off into damaging tensions of negative thoughts and emotions Achieve greater mental and physical efficiency Control your emotions Develop mind control Be positive in thought and action Begins Wednesday, May 1st (Evening) to p.m. 11 Weeks Fee The projected end result ol these courses is to assist you in achieving a harmony within your life allowing you to become more creative productive and positive in you' attitude and actions so you may confidently progress knowing you may achieve those objectives in your Me without fear doubt and negative mertal blocks To quote from Hippocrates "Nothing should be omitted in an art which interests the whole world, one which may be beneficial to suffering humanity and which does not risk human life or comfort Working in co-ordination with The Director of Continuing Education For further information and registration Call: Lethbridge Community College Phone 327-2141 or Center of flduanted Hypnosis 262-S705 24 hour answering service "A Harvest of Thought"