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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IFTHBRIDGE HERALD Thurjday, April 26, 1973- News in brief Snipers ivound soldiers Lodge rea of Belfast when he BELFAST (Reutcr) Two British soldiers were in serious condition in hospital after being s.m'i- by snipers in separate in- cicien'.s Wednesday. The first soldier was on foot was hit by a single bullet. Then, late Wednesday night, anolhor member of Lbe security forces was wounded while on patrol in the town of Lurgan, 20 patrol in the Catholic Turf i miles southwest of here. Steel union elects officers PITTSBURGH CAP) I. Abel and Walter J. Burke have been re-elected without opposi- tion as president and secretary- treasurer, respectively, of the United Steel Workers of Amer- ica. In Canada. William P. Maho- ney was re-elected national di- rector, and Lynn Williams of Toronto succeeds retiring Law- rence F. Shelton as District 6 director, covering western Canada. central and Montrealer ivins award ORILLIA, Ont. 'CP> Don i Bell of Montreal was named 1973 winner of Hie Stephen Lea-1 cock Memorial Medal of Honor j Wednesday night for his book Saturday "Night at the Bagel Factory. The award has been pre- sented annually since 1947 for the best book of humor written in the previous year by a Cana-1 dian. Mr. Bell's book is a collection lesser-known Montreal person- alities. It describes their some- times tragic yet more often comic lives. j A former newspaper reporter and columnist. Mr. Bell has had some of his short stories pub- lished in national magazines and aired by the CBC. He lives in Montreal with his wife and two children. His i award will be presented at a of character sketches about 1 dinner here June 16. Indians plan mourning WOUNDED KNEE. S.D. (AP) village informed him they will Militant Indians holding i not be able to resume peace ne- Wounded Knee say they will j gotiations until at least Sunday j spend the nest four days because of the mourning, i mourning one of their members J The death of Frank Clear- j water, 47. was the first in the j 58-day occupation of this vil-j lage. Clear-water died from a! head wound suffered in a gun j Prison population rise forces new facilities view Wednesday was taken after showed that trailer units. Newlyiveds who was wounded during a Shootout and died Wednesday in a Rapid City hospital. A government spokesman American Indian Move- ment (A.I.M.) leaders in the. and federal officers April 17. Fanner earnings need boost TAVTSTOCK, Ont. (CP) 1 here that the average fanner Canadian farmers have a lot of earns S4 600 a year and a rea- catching up to do to bring their bas to t eamjjgs in line with the rest of Borietj: Eogene Whelan, federal i mto to encourage, minister of agriculture, said i them to increase production. j Wednesday. j "Give them the incentive and He told a Masonic meeting! they will he said. Judse reduces charges Acfor Dean Martin poses for pictures wifh his new bride, model Catherine Hawn, at a reception at the Beverly Hills Hotel Wednesday night after they were mar- ried in a ceremony at the actor's Bel Air home. Miss Hawn is wearing a Jean Barlow- like dress with lillies of the valley in her hair. If was the third morrioge for 55-ysar-old battle between A.I.M. forces j Martin and the second for Miss Hawn, 25. OTTAWA (CP) Faced with a surge in prison population, the penitentiaries service has reluctantly decided it must pro- ceed with a building program. John Braithwaite, deputy commissioner, said in an inter- tbe decision close study such things as forestry camps and minimum security in- stitutions would not be enough to cope with the load. He gave no time frame or cost estimates for the program, which he said the service de- cided on as a "reluctant last re- sort." But he did say it would involve smaller prisons that could be converted to other needs in. the future. Meanwhile, whi1e there were no plans to reinstate the elderly j prisons at Kingston, Ont., and St. Vincent de Paul near Mon- treal, it was always conceivable that circumstances over which the service had no control could force their temporary re-use. Mr. Braithwait said the fed- eral popu'ation jumped a startling 13 per cent in a j'ear, well above the annual rise of about four per cent that had held for almost 25 years. The latest figures available showed that the federal prison River from the corwded B.C. Penitentiary. Minimum security prisoners would shortly occupy trailers now on-site to begin prelimi- nary work. This type of pris- oner would do some of the work on the entire new structure, as part of a new program under which prisoners could earn regular wages and pay rent to the penitentiaries service. At some future date a new small maximum security prison would be built to take those prisoners from B.C. Pen who do not move to Mission. Mr. Braithwaite said over-al' building plans call for small In- stitutions containing about 150 prisoners instead of the present 400 to 600. The structures would not be "concrete boxes." They wouh be adaptable to other, non- prison, uses in the event that the convict population fell. There was no way of saving when the service would be able to vacate entirely its elderly buildings. If the population trend continued it would take more time than if the trend re- turned to normal. Cattleman tells producers export minded RED DEER (CP) Alber- ta's cattle producers must be- come more export minded if the growing world demand for red meat and breeding stock is to be met, a livestock and semen export seminar was told Wednesday. John Hay, Alberta Hereford Association secretary, told delegates at the one-day brief- I 'Best weddinj BEVERLY HELLS. Calif. (AP> "Best wedding I've ever been to." said singer Dean _ Martin after he took a 25-y2ar- i model as his third wife. And the straight man of the JOLIET. HI. CAP) A Cir-i Charges of conspiracy to com- j Oy Martin and Lewis comedy cuit Court judge has reduced mil child abandonment against j tesm said he had this instruc- charges against a Bolingbrook I Harold Miller of Oak Park, the j ticn for the bartenders at the couple accused of selling their j man who wanted to marry the' 12-year-old daughter to a man wanted to marry her. Charger of child abandonment against Michael and Rita FljTJi. the parents, were re- duced Wednesday to failing t o PIV'V'JUC care for the girl, Rita Jackie Flynn. girl, were reduced to promoting j child neglect. t i i i Miller, a graduate student at' OKcTVS the University of Illincis-Chi-; cago. allegedly gave the Flynns "in appreciation for al- lowing him to marry their' daughter." reception following Ms mar- riage to Catherine Mae Hawn: "No glass should get lower than half emp.y." Singer Frank Sinatra was the best man and Miss Hawn's six- year-old daughter, Sasha, was the flower girl for the wedding Deaths aides use Wednssday. Martin, 55, is 30 years older than his bride. Martin's second marriage, to former model Jeanne Riegger. ended in divorce last November i after 23 years with a settlement j estimated at 6.5 million. Mass I Hawn has been married once before. About 85 guesis were invited to the wedding ceremony at Martin's home in Bel-Air and more showed up at a reception Students to stage protest PARIS (CP) Quebec stu- dents living in France will hold a demonstration in Paris May 1 to show their support of groups hi Quebec seeking the release of threa jailed labor federation presidents. prisons, compared with exactly a year before. A NEW TREND? The deputy commissioner said it is too early to say whether a new trend has devel- oped or to give precise reasons for the surge. But he did have these sugges- tions for contributory causes: are reacting to pub- He concern over certain crimes, for instance drug offences, with stiffer sentences. the old days prisoners left institutions at the end of their sentences. Now ore-quar- ter of sentences are served out- side prison under supervision. These who violate the regu- lations of this early release are sent back to prison, to expand the -copulation. parole board has clamped deivn on paroles in the tween and Canadian cattle a year, "but I doubt Can- adian producers can meet the demand." Harry Hargrave Alberta marketing commissioner, said Alberta's bsef and dairy breed- ing stock in addition to frozen semen from the stock are in srrcng demand from several countries. He said an order had just been received from Libya for milk cows and the "price was of liitle concern." Jamaica also is looking for 10000 head of dairy cattle, he seid. Mr. Hargrave also told the 70 delegates that Japan has about S20 bil'ion to spend and is par- ticularly interested in buying mto meat packing and pro- cessing operations in Alberta. Weather and road report SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNSET Lethbridge Pincher Creek Medicine Hat.....51 Edmonton .50 Grande Prairie ___54 Banff...........48 H L Preclp ...48 26 .01 43 24 .06 face of rising public criticism over crimes committed bv pa- Victoria .......59 these on temporary Prir.ce George 57 absence from prison. There j Penticton......64 were 621 fewer a j Kamlcops........68 total of last year 1 Vancouver.......61 than the year before. j Scskatoon.......45 could be becoming Amsterdam 46 Mexico City......82 Moscow..........54 Stockholm...... 48 Tokyo...........73 37 61 45 36 61 more efficient in catching crim- inals. The service looks to the dav i when Kingston. St. Vincent de demonstration, an-1 Paul and British Co- nounced TVataeafay. is beiBg j Iumb5a at Kew Regina.........47 Winnipeg........49 Toronto..........55 Ottawa .........58 39 Montreal...... ..57 38 .....36.. St. John's Halifax _____...... by an action com- Wertjninster can be retired to charlottetown mittee for union freedom in Quebec, set up here recently by a group of Quebec students. A similar demonstration is to be hel1' in doxvntov.n Montreal the same day to protest the im- museum status. British Columbia would be the first to benefit from the pro- prime three months in 1956. Ishibasbi, S3. j King Sanders. 67. chairman of, minister of Japan for j Panhandle Pipe Line Co. until' of teacners his retirement in 1971. Xew Fish I Oldnam, Armstrong, 30. authority on in-1 79. former British trade com- temational affairs and retired missior.er here, editor of the quarterly maga- j san Juan, Cle- zine Foreign Affairs. i mente. 92. father of the late ____ usei; aides in Alberta! During the reception. 22 cages classrooms was approved Wed- j of doves were released. Guests nesday by the Alberta Teach- j sapped French champagne and ers' Association providing the nibbled at goodies which In- teacher "is i eluded caviar from Iran. A long range policy es-! "It's not expensive when LJJt. JO 1 Houston, baseball star Roberto Ciemente. help teachers extend their pro- All seven of Martin's chil- fessional ssmces to students, by h's first inaniage tablished by the association [you're in s the purpose of aides is to i porlers. Martin told re- president of the Confederation of National Trade Unions, Louis Laberge, president of the Que- bec Federation of Labor, and Yvon Charbonneau, head of the Quebec Teachers Corp. The three began serving one- year jail sentences in February for contempt of court after ad- vising some of their members not to obey court injunctions or- dering them to maintain essen- tial sen-ices in hospitals during 46 39 Fredericton ......60 Chicsgo........59 York........ 63 gram and work would start as [Miami...........79 soon as possible on a new me-j Los Angeles......69 at {Las Vegas.......83 the Fraser Phoenix......... 92 Rome...........59 Paris...........63 London..........63 Berlin..........50 B B.C.. Incentive grants plan 37 FORECAST 34 Lethbridge-Medicine Hat 33 Today: Sunny. Winds S15. 28 Highs near 60. Lows near 28 Friday: Sunny. Highs 65-70. 44 Calgary Today: Sunny. 43 j Winds S15-20. Highs near 60. 39 j Lows near 40. Friday: Mostly 47 sunny. Highs near 65. 45 Columbia Kootenay 31 t day: Clear. Friday: Clouds. 30 Overnight lows 30 to 35. Highs 19 ..60 in the north and 65 in the 36 south. MONTANA East of Continental Divide .01 j Variable cloudiness through Friday with widely scattered .01! showers this afternoon and i evening and over the moun- i tains Friday. Warming trend. .87 j Highs today 55 to 65. Lows to- night 35 to 45. Highs Friday in 60s. West of Continental Divide Variable cloudiness wide- ly scattered showers tonight and Friday. Warmer today. Highs both days in 60s. Lows tonight in 303. 33 33 37 43 50 74 54 56 58 37 46 43 36 an in 1972. A spokesman for the Quebec students group in Paris said the action committee wan.s to But teachers must retain res- and three by bis ponsibiiity for evaluating stu-1 tended the wedding, a spokes- dent progress. i man for the singer said. ''There is a place for teach- j ers" aides but the teacher must be supreme -aid W I. Miller make French workers aware of chairman of the ATA Teachers' i dllperOlU labor Cation in Quebec. j "We want to reflect tne mobi- liration being prepared in Qua- ,bec towards freeing the three he said in an inter- i view. EDMONTON (CP) The senice strike j opposition Wednesday predict- ed trouble for a government P-ary of Lieut. G N" W M. Police 1374. A Fren-n, Officer Commanding THURSDAY 17th: Started at 3 s m. before break and made Halting in of probably the Milk River. Xorth wind rain. Very cold. Marched again ;.1 4 csmped behind a ridee. DTW the wagons in lines, tents tctich- inc each other. breaking the of wind altogether, rorrallrd Ux- horses behind the wagons and blanketed them. them with taking a blanket from every man. Horses iroppcd dorm jJi the rosd and another after reaching camp, they having no to resist Urc cold. Aides Committee. The policy says aides are only placed in a schoil at the school's request or assigned to1 f y a teacher vith the feather's IIIKCU permission Aides must be ro- le to the isaarrs t o which arc assigned. "1'erm.lting teacher's a'des 1o as-ymc any professional rc- sronyhilitirc or leathers is educationally unbound.'' the policy said. Teachers permittins aiocs OTTAWA The price c.r ".-upcrburgc-." a mixture of hamburger urd soybean prolcin by an super- market as a cheap a'lcrnative hamburger, has gone up 10- oiCT'tcp 'heir couW be under ?he ATA code o{ ethics. It was Jhc cxtcnsixe per cent The Tnixture- on sate AonJ 17 al. 59-ceuts-a-pouad tat the ujc of aides in instruction could Jias n3w to 3cad schoc-I b.ards to hire more aides and fewer teachers. Jean-Paul owner- ynrj }ki h.? pWr ?n foJVw Jfir M march tirest with the help of a inap? Our are just cmn- pletaag a map which shows each night's stop as well as pofols of interest mentioned in the dian-. Tne ATA policy was in opjxv msnager of the TGA store product was offered. Send 2. Ix-thbndge. to XTTMP. rroy.f1. lUmills-n .JunJTr High, We oHer cur CONGRATULATIONS 'He siydents of Hamilton Junior High on trie retracing of trek of the N.W.M.P. For Beit Selection Of 3, 5, Soirthem end 10 BicycJw In Set BERT MAC'S CYCLE ITD. 913 3rd Ave S. Ph. 327-3221 to a report 1o the depart- ment of education by X. J. Chamchuk which recommend- ed broader use of aides. Mr. Chamchuk said aides ild not be restricted to cler- ical 37id supervisory duties. They flfo be employed 1o mark assignments, assist with remedial assssl wiili interviews and comfort jsludcnts plan to give municipal incent- ive grants to communties that keep annual spending increas- es to 7.5 par cent or less. City councils are not going to accept the wisdom, of a provin- cial bureaucrat "as to whether they need to make a particular expenditure.'" said James Hen- 1 ocrson, Social Credit House j leader. I 1 Social Credit tried that sort) of scheme 20 years ago, he told J 'the legislature. But it ran into trouble be-! cause it was difficult for civil sen-ants in Edmonton to decide I whet spending WES relevant in a given municipality. "That surely has to be the decision of the psoplc in the POST DRIVERS Rapeseed may come south EDMONTON (CP) Resi- dents of the Peace River coun- try may have to buy their rape-1 municipaliSy who are the local seed products from Southern 1 taxpayers.'' TRAILER 3 point and front mount. Drives up to 60 posts per hour- GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COU7TS HIGHWAY BOX 1202-PHONE 328-1141 Alberta despite Ite establish- ment of a new raoeseed pro- cessing plant in heart of K area the legislature was Jold 'Wednesday. Agriculture Minister Hugh he understands the price was "an in- irodudory Hcmer there be a higher price cn'shing f ;.cd he in an inter-' Sexsmiih, Alta., has a commit-! twns are giing to become more Henderson said Municip- al Affairs Minister Dave Rus- sell was talking abssrt excep- tions from de 7.5-per-cent guideline for certain municipal- ities who wanted increase their spending by more because SS-miHran rapeseed j of special circumstances. plant to be built al "If it keeps it up, the OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA of (o Manyber- S. trpst, heavily (rvm Pincher Creek to duced, wet with melt- ing snow. All remaining highways in the .are bane an j 1o sell both rapeseed meal numerous, more complicated and rapeseed oil in the export product 1o go on sale market -m driving condition 1, Trans Canada Jjhe ATA annual heallh aUbwjgh il conlains a higher aiTirnmt of clanl protein than rer-rescn1ativc assembly vrtod Wednesday to increase I ATA foes by S24 annually to i a year. The u-as rccotn :e1 by the ATA the as Iha1 The relation? al- arc to be changed soon. Mr. .Toanlsse said the present c of the product would e- the price of 'n.'jin firm The minister Robert Clark bury; who had astod if it was true that produce from the plant won't be available to area H quiK> a mess j and in good driv- He was speaking during do- jng residents for five years. The government was moves to "equalize A executive i-oTnjjnncnt continued to IruAmg costs" in the re- r-? and al sale of ihv of iho 53x3 .CKWl he province's not was replying to bMe on second reading of the property Tax Reduction Bill which shifts most of the cosls of education and health, now borne by property tax, to the pronncc. The bin tnrald enable home ownero to receive up to a year off pronerty taxes. 'an increase of f-w from .year. Renters will receive an i 1ax nwfil of up 1 also first TV nes. Highway S79 from 3 nules north of Foremost to the end of the pavement, Highway 62 from Magrath to south of UTC T.S border. Highway r-6 from Vauxhall to the junction of Highway 1 Highway 2. Cardston to US border. Hijjhaa-v 3. Medicine Hal in A per cent loading re-, gw strictiOT has placed on Highway 5, from Magrath the following highways: Cardston EBghway 61 from the east' Sccorr'-ry ro-! No junct'on cf 35 13 OT i Foremost and frcni 1 male b. PORTS OF ENTRY fOpcrang and Ck sine J! am. In 4 pin.; Cartvay fi a m 1o 5 pm Chirf CoalJj! 2J hours; Del Bonila P. a m 1o p m 24 hmjr.e; pnrthiH R a m rnidniiihi, 9 a to fi pin.; Wijfl HiScVs to 4 p.m. ;