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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE April tt, News in brief Manitoba gets winter games WINNIPEG (CP) Defence Minister James Richardson has announced the 1979 Canada Winter Games will be held in Manitoba The various sports ranging from skiing and curling to basketball and synchronized swimming, will be held in several centres Mr Richardson said smaller centres will get pieference in applications to play host Communities should assess their sports tatilities now Queen Elizabeth turns 48 LONDON (AP) Flags tlew from public buildings in Britain in honor of Queen on her 48th birthday Sundav The traditional 62-gun salute trom the Tower of London and 41 gun salute from Hvde Park were postponed because it was Sunday They will be fired today The Queen was born here April 21 1926, succeeded to the throne Feb 6, 1952, and was crowned at Westminster Abbey on June 2 1953 Veteran denied nomination LEROY Sask Dewhurst 63 who has served as an MLA for 29 years, was defeated Saturday night in a Democratic Party nomination convention for the INew Quill Lake provincial constituency Mr Dewhurst who has served the legislature longer than any other siting member and now is speaker, did not appear at the meeting and did not submit his name He had promised not to attend if the meeting was held while the legislature was in session The winner was Murray Koskie 44 a special assistant to Premier Allan Blakeney ties with Cuba, yet MARIETTA Ga (AP) Stdte Secretary Henry Kissin- ger reaffirmed Sunday that the United States is not yet to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba Kissinger was asked why he had not mentioned Cuba in a speech Saturday to the Organ- ization of American States (OAS) meeting in Atlanta Because we will not be es- tablishing diplomatic relations with he reohed Angry Taiwan cuts air links TOKYO (AP) Japanese leaders met in emergency ses- sion Sundav seeking to restore the lucrative air service with Taiwan that was severed Saturday when Japan announced a new aviation agreement with mainland China Piqued by what they consid- ered a political affront, the Nationalist Chinese responded to the pact by forbidding flights between Taiwan and Japan by Japan Airlines and halting similar flights by Taiwan-based China Airlines Seven other airlines which also fly the Taiwan-Japan routes are not affected school buses common' RED DEER (CP) Faults in Alberta school buses are more common than is generally known, a school bus contractor said Saturday Jerry Weber an executive of Cardinal Coach Lines Ltd of Calgary told the annual convention of the Alberta School Bus Contractors Association we have a responsibility to put our house in order We must give school-bus driver training its proper role in the education he said I think we re going to have to pay more for dirvers because part time drivers should be a thing of the past Mr Weber convention chairman, said about 60-per cent of a bus driver's time is spent in maintaining discipline among students Everest expedition scuttled TORONTO (CP) A planned Canadian expedition to scale Mount Everest has been scuttled by Sport Canada which refused to approve defence department participation The expedition, headed by Hans Gmoser, 41, of Banff and Dr Lloyd Carlsen, 41, of Toronto, had gained the support of Defence Minister James Richardson, Gen J A Dextraze, chief of defence staff and Prime Minister Trudeau Civilians may aid Zebra hunt SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Officials are considering calling in civilian volunteers to man police stations in order to free more officers for street duty in the intensive search for the 'Zebra' killers Meanwhile, the American Civil Liberties Union planned BRIDGE RUG DRAPES LTD. FREE ESTIMATES Phone 329-4722 COLLEGE to file a suit today challenging the new police policy of stopping and searching young black men thought to resemble a police composite drawing of one of the killers Twelve white persons have died in unprovoked attacks Deaths By The CANADIAN PRESS Los Price, 64 a jazz drummer who led his own band in the 1930s and also played with Louis Armstrong Count Basie and Stan Kenton of cancer Gold Light Fused with Misty Pastels Created for Merle Norman s Gold Plated Look The gold is indistinguishable from the color shines through ine oeep pastel mists as if from an inner radiance The Gold-Plaled Collection of Creamy Powder Shades include Lavender Blue Green Champagne Pink Turquoise In compact with Sponge applicator complete for 75 noRmnn cosmETic BOUTIQUE Gifts Wigs Perfumes Mall 328-1525 Land claims may dominate probe Court order turns towns into welfare areas SILVER BAY, Minn (AP) Two northeastern Minnesota communities today faced the prospect of becoming little more than huge welfare towns with their mam employer, the Reserve Mining Co shut down Silver Bay and Babbitt, company towns that are the respective homes of Reserve's processing plant, and taconite mine, are said to have 95 per cent of their working populations affected by a federal judge s order to shut down Reserve because of pollution effects on Lake Superior Reserve, which produces 15 per cent of the iron ore used in United States steel-making blast furnaces was ordered shut down Saturday by U S District Judge Miles Lord He said the dumping of tons of rock wastes a day into Lake Superior was endangering the health of five communities in Minnesota and Wisconsin Premier candidate had 'breakdown' JERUSALEM (AP) A retired general who backs the right wing opposition today accused Yitzhak Rabin, a leading contender to replace Golda Meir as premier, of suffering a "breakdown" on the eve of the 1967 war when Rabin was chief of staff Rabin replied in a press statement that he briefly turned over his command "to rest after the intensive preparations for which Israel won in six days The charge came from Ezer Weizman former air force Search continues SAN FRANCISCO (AP) We've turned a lot of areas upside down, but FBI agent Charles Bates says authorities still don't know the whereabouts of Patricia Hearst or her abductors commander and operations chief during the 1967 war, who said he took over from a panicky Rabin for 24 hours Other generals who served with Rabin in 1967 denied Weizman s allegations that the chief of staff was depressed, broken down and "deprived of the ability to make decisions' two weeks before the war against Egypt, Syria and Jordan Maj Gen Ariel Sharon, a leading member of the Israeli opposition, called the accusations 'baseless slander Aharon Yariv, former military intelligence chief and now transport minister, denounced Weizman's statement as "character assassination The storm broke around Rabin as the governing Labor party was prepai ing to vote on a successor to Mrs Weir as proposed leader of a new cabinet which draw their drinking water from the lake In all, persons who earn million a year are out of work in the two towns whose combined population is Officials of the towns said virtually every other person working there was there because of Reserve Moreover Reserve is both towns tax base Lord said he had considered the tremendous economic im- pact of his decision, and said such an impact was not more important than the health of thousands of persons Minnesota Gov Wendell Anderson said Lord's decision was courageous and necessary The company said it will ap- peal, and Lord set another court session for today Among other actions expected today is a report from the U S Army Corps of Engineers, which was ordered by Lord to come up with an immediate plan to guarantee clean and safe drinking water for the five communities, including the city of Duluth Boat patrol Moose Jaw authorities resorted to the use of motor boats over the weekend to check abandoned homes in the flood-stricken Saskatchewan city Some looting had been reported, and the police was ordered to arrest looters on sight (See story on Page 1 Weekend claims 54 in Canada By The CANADIAN PRESS Six persons, who police said apparently were overcome by carbon monoxide fumes in a car near Chipman, N B were among at least 54 persons who died accidentally in Canada during the weekend A Canadian Press survey from 6pm Friday local times to midnight Sunday night also showed 38 deaths in traffic, four In drownings, four in fire one in a snowmobile mishap and one in a parachuting accident The 38 traffic fatalities plus 37 during the week brought the unofficial road death count to 853 so far in Canada this year The snowmobile death and one during the week raised the season's total to 90 so far On the Prairies, an 80-year Broadway cites best of '74 Edmonton may take over senior citizen program EDMONTON (CP) The provincial government will examine the possibility of taking over programs that provide free household help for senior citizens, Neil Crawford, health and social development minister, said Sunday He told a meeting of the Society for the Retired and Semi retired that consideration of the change is at a preliminary stage, but he is aware senior citizens are concerned that the progiam, now supported by the federal government, may be discontinued Eight young persons, supported by a local initiatives program grant, provided free household help to senior citizens during the winter The program has ended The winter program picked up where an opportunities for youth project ended last summer Mr Crawford rebuked the federal government for providing such schemes temporarily while creating permanent expectations ARMY, NAVY AND AIR FORCE VETERANS IN CANADA LETHBRIDGE UNIT NO. 34 GENERAL MEETING MONDAY, April p.m. All members ire urged to attend! NEW YORK (AP) Two shows about black family life, the drama The River Niger and the musical Raisin, are Broadway's 1974 Tony Award champions Cited for stellar performances in plays were Michael Monarty of Find Your Way Home and Montreal born Colleen Dewhurst of A Moon for the Misbegotten Winners of musical star trophies were Virginia Capers of Raisin and Montreal native Christopher Plummer of Cyrano The winners in 18 competitive categories were announced Sunday night There were also nine special awards to other people the League of New York Theatres wanted to honor The 435 members of the theatrical profession who participate in the secret ballotting, decided the best book for a musical was by Hugh Wheeler for Candide, and the best score was Gigi by Freddnck Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner Candide, ruled ineligible for the main trophy because it was a revival, received the additional consolation of one of the honorary awards as well as winning the best musical director prize for Harold Prince, best costumes, Franne Lee, and best scenery, Mrs Lee again with her husband Eugene Eugene O'Neill's A Moon for the Misbegotten also got a special prize as a revival that 60 injured NEW YORK (AP) About 60 persons were injured today when an explosion, tentatively attributed to gas accumulation, rocked a storey commercial building on Manhattan's east side not far from the United Nations, authorities said couldn't vie for the top award, but took the drama director award for Jose Quintero, sup- porting actor for Ed Flanders as well as the medallion for Miss Dewhurst The stellar acting award to Monarty was for his portrayal of a homosexual in a marital triangle drama Awards in other competitive categories were supporting actress, drama, Frances Sternhagen in The Good Doctor, supporting musical actor, Tommy Tune in Seesaw, supporting musical actress, Janie Sell in Over Here1, choreographer, Michael Bennett, Seesaw, lighting designer, Jules Fisher, Ulysses in Nighttown Special awards went to Liza Mmelli and Bette Midler for recent Broadway concert engagements, Peter Cook and Dudley Moore for being howlmgly funny' in their two-man revue Good Evening, Actors Equity Association the Theatre Development Fund, Harold Fnedlander, an advertising specialist, and John F Wharton, theatre lawyer old man and a seven-year-old boy were among six people who died in accidents in Alberta and Saskatchewan during the weekend There were no fatalities in Manitoba A house on the Shoal Lake Reserve, 120 miles east of Prince Albert, caught fire early Saturday morning Trapped inside was 80-year- old Joseph Young The other death in Saskatchewan was Selma Hansen, 51, of Regma, who was hit by a truck near her home It was the city's second traffic death of the year In Edmonton, police identified seven-year-old Darin Yakimchuk as the victim of a drowning accident Friday He was playing with his younger sister when he walked on an undercut snowbank along the North Saskatchewan River and fell in A man said to be in his mid- 20's, Raymond Hrabec of Holden, Alta died Friday in a two-vehicle crash near Mundare, 45 miles east of Edmonton In Edmonton, Hymie Stem, 16 and Ross Hammond 17, died Friday night when the car in which they were riding crashed into a light standard At least six persons died accidentally in British Columbia Robert Squires, 3, of Burnaby, B C died when he ran into the path of a pickup truck in Burnaby Sunday Ritchie Allan MacLennan, 20 and Gary John Isherwood, 21, both of Maple Ridge, B C died when their car struck a bridge abutment in Pitt Meadows, B C and plunged into a river Mrs Freda Wiese 48, of North Vancouver, died Friday night after being thrown from a car in a rear-end collision in North Vancouver Neil McGavin, 21, of Prince George, B C died in hospital early Saturday after being struck by a car in Prince George An inquest has been ordered into the drowning death of Richard Thomas Murray, 13, of Port Hardy, B C who died Friday night while swimming at the Port Hardy Recreational Centre Lethbridge Music Club Notice of Mooting A special meeting of the Lethbridge Music Club will be held on Monday, April 29, 1974 at the Bowman Arts Centre at 8 p.m. All Former Members and Interested Persons Are Invited to Attend YELLOWKNIFE, N W T (CP) Native land claims are expected to be the dominant theme this week as Mr Justice Thomas R Berger of the British Columbia Supreme Court opens hearings on a northern pipeline right-of-way Mr Justice Berger will hold hearings in Yellowknife today, Inuvik on Wednesday and Whitehorse Thursday on an application by Canadian Arctic Gas Pipelines Ltd for the right-of-way The main purpose of the meetings is to establish prac- tices and procedures to be fol- lowed at the main hearing later this year The judge's terms of refer- ence say in part he is to "in- quire into and report upon the application by Canadian Arctic Gas having regard to the social, environmental and economic impact regionally of the construction, operation and subsequent abandonment of the proposed pipeline in the Northwest Territories and the Yukon The terms of reference seem to cover the waterfront, one legal source said Sunday The Indian Brotherhood of the Northwest Territories and the Committee for the Original People's Entitlement will argue at the Yellowknife and Inuvik hearings that the right of-way should not be approved until land claims are settled LAND CLAIMS SOUGHT James Wah-Shee, president of the Brotherhood, said earlier this week "first we must have a land claims settlement, then we can talk about the pipeline Canadian Arctic Gas says there will be work for about men for three winters on the project Once built, the pipeline will create some 190 permanent jobs Mr Wan Shee says he is not impressed by the number of permanent jobs and argued that the federal government will not be too anxious to negotiate a land settlement if the pipeline project is allowed to go through first The N W T Brotherhood won a court case last year in which Mr Justice William Morrow of the territorial court said the Indians appear to have a good case in claiming aboriginal title over square miles of the Mackenzie delta That decision is being ap- pealed by the federal govern- ment The pipeline company has shied awav from commenting on the land claims question, saying it is a matter between the government and the In- dians However, company official J A Harvie told a news conference in Yellowknife last month he believes construction might start in 1976, even if a settlement has not been reached by then Audited WASHINGTON (AP) John Ehrlichman has admitted to Senate Watergate committee investigators that he briefed President Nixon on an audit of former Democratic chairman Lawrence O'Brien's tax returns This was disclosed in a memo sent to members of the committee April 15 by its assistant chief counsel, Terry Lenzner The Associated Press has obtained access to the memo Hey Mom i How About Our BIRTHDAY PICTURES? 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