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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta we IITHKIDGF HEHMD Tiiundny, J7, Stanfield commits party icies in lias "win he [ice lo (It) so." KUinfirld leaves hero 'Ct'l I jusl swii'ty in l (Ion Leader Robert Slnnfidd. the "aimk'M soricly." K'Uan a tlirec-dav trip lo WcM- The top priority of ;i govern- Mr. Cam n bv com- led by Him would reslo- In.lay on a fhfht lo Vancouver milling his ,.arly lo policies u, ration of dill employment. This help Hie middle-income earner ran hi! clone liy measures "Unit Hie old-age pensioner nnrt the: will Caniidian misi- I "ess and industry to expand and Mr S "t a n f 1 e 1 (1, addressing j by allowini! Canadians o( all more than Manitoba Con- ages lo take lliinr proper place si-rvalivi's at a fuml- raising dinner, said Ihc Trudeavi government promised the Hie economic life of this country." Businessmen wish to rug ul retail level A druc niriced and supposedly higher O'lTAWA (Cl'l ntnlilv-aiul-price list for doctors I quality drugs, Ur. Boyd said and shows mamifac- The cjiialily-and price lisl offer; Ihis romnaralive view. This month's list shows rtoc- turors' suggested prices to phnr- rn a c i e s for a routinely-pre- scribed antibiotic can vary from than two cools n capsule to more than IS cents a capsule. Tiie lift, containing manufac- turers tors mid pharmacists that ap- proved drugs are available from manufacturers at prices rang- no capsules uhno lie is lo meet Indian, German and Chinese commun- ity liMiU'i'S. lie is lo visit Prince C-eorgo. B.C., Friday. M) .irSTIl'i: DKNIKD "Xo old-age pensioner In Ihis country will Iw left to fall hind and denied simple justice hy Mr. Stonfield ijld DII overflow crowd in a sub- urban hotel. "We shall adjust pensions to compensate for real rises in the cost of living. Thai is a commit- ment." I-Ycm ".so-called la_x reform" to the new family-allowances legislation "middle income" earners in Canada have been taking il in the neck from tho Tntdeau government. "The middle-Income earner deserves juslice loo. We shall see lhat he gels il. Thai is n commilmcnl." Mr. Stanfic-ld also promised that a Cotiservalive government would keep the people informed of ils policies. "We shall not hide behind veils of bureau- cralic secrecy. We shall tell Ihc Students protest Vietnam bombing STANFIELD THE SWOONER Opposition leader Robert Stonfield look a few momenti from his itinerary Wednesday evening lo show a fund-raising dinner lhat Anne Murray Is not (he only Maritimer who can iing. Mr. Slanfield, after a lillle urg- ing, joined singer Sandra Sidwell in a few chords. There were no loud demands for an encore. (CP Wircphoto) tested by, and meet the quality standards of the department's health protectiuu branch are shown In the list. Twenty-eight o( the brands of telraeyrline' listed also were tested in palients lo see if they reached proper blood levels (bionvailabilily tests) as well as routine laboratory analysis, said Bulletin Editor Dr. Carl Boyd., chief of the drug information bulletin division. "We; feel they (the ones shown) are equivalent m bioa- he said. Any of these tetracycline capsules would do a salislactory job. The lists were begun more lhan a year ago after a parliamentary in- quiry inlo drug costs and prices The parliamentary' committee suggested doctors would order cheaper brands if convinced they were the equal of higher E HARDWARE WAIL-TO-WALL G.E. LIGHT BULBS 40-60-100 wnrtl 4 r., 77' Thii Thu rid and 5 a fur day only B E Hardware 416 13lh St. N. ing ing 13 8 cents each. Druggists who buy In large mianlities get slightly better prices for every brand of telra- oyclinc, the list showed. For ex- ample, one capsule was avail- able (or 1.1 cent each if ordered in iols of The pharmacist's mark-up still has to be added In before the price to the consumer would he known, said a spokesman for Ihe consumers' affairs depart- ment, which assists the price portions of the lists. RCMP head agrees to stay on job government has created. Tourist business suggested as extra farm9 income Manning suggestions welcomed EDMONTON (CP) Al- berta's Progressive Con- servative government would welcome suggestions on re- source development (rom for- mer Social Credit premier C. Manning, Premier Peter Lougheed said In the legisla- ture Wednesday. But as for a suggestion by Art Dijton (SC Calgary Mil- lican) that the former premier he hired as a consultant, Mr. Br GREG MelNTYRK Ilcralll Legislature Bureau EDMONTON The salvation of the declining farm economy could be to open gates and barn doors to bus loads of tourists and nature lovers, Ralph Sorcnson (SC Sedge- wick Coronation) suggested Wednesday in the legislature. Agriculture Minister Hugh Homer and Lands and Forests Minister Allan Warrack agreed the iden of "extra farm" income Lougheed said might bo Lhat "the lo a degree OTTAWA (CP) RCMP Commissioner W. L. Kigali has agreed lo remain on the job for an additional year ailer his noi mat September 1972, retire- ment dale, it was announced Wednesday night by Solicitor- General Jean-Pierre Goycr. At the same time, Mr. Goyer announced the promotion to deputy commissioner of Maur- ice Nadon, now commanding of- ficer in Toronto, and Peter Ba- zowski currently director of ser- vices and supply. Assistant Commissioi Nadon will succeed retiring R. R. Carriere as deputy com- missioner of criminal operation May 1. Assistant Commissioner Ba- zou'ski will succeed retiring G. W. Morlimer ;is depuly commis- sioner of administration June I. Commissioner H i g g i 11, nl- Ihough only 5-1; normally wouM have retired in September after 35 years with the R.CMP. Senator Manning is lo some ex- tent Lhe prisoner of past poli- cies and past factors of cir- cumstances On the other hand, the pre- mier said, the senator could cerLalnly make a useful con- tribution "and I personalty would welcome any submission that he might want lo make to (he government and give it full and careful consideration." y SC party platform outlined THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE FACULTY OF EDUCATION PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM May 8-26, 1972 Workshop A READING: Diagnosis and Tutoring Tho coune is designed for sludcnfs level 1. or from ho ar mary lo college ral nd long. aptibta of Teaming but who rijt reading iheir grade level and need help wilh phonics, struct onalyjis, vocabulary or com pre he mi on. 2, are good sludanls but wlio wish spcciaf help wilh learch Techniques, jeHirvg up hypilhsMj and wriling linej, summaries and The course include! a complete reading uaqa diagnosis and ten houn of luloring Fea: Location: Room A-630 Fncully of Education English Centre Time: p.m. p.m. Workshop B TUTOR TRAINING course is designed for; 1. people who wilh to develop tu'orjng techniques for uic a i private tutari or 01 in the or 2. Taacherj who wish to leorn techniques which will help provide individual help for pupils who have road- fng problems or for brfghl pupils who can go beyond the regular curriculum. TJifl course Includei observation of diagnostic proced- ure i, guidance In tutoring fechn "quci and ten houn of Tutoring proclics. J20.00 Location: Room A-B30 Faculty of Edutalion Engllih p.m. p.m, PLACES ARE STIll AVAILABLE lending in npplicTion formi, eon: '.ill Dr. D. M. LAMPARD OR Mn. MYRNA MtGREGOR Tha University of lelhbridga Faculty of Education English Centra lethbridgc, Alberta Telephone (403) 3 Stricter controls planned on pollution by coal mines EDMONTON (CP) The ;ovemmcnt Inlands lo be more orceful JD controlling certain .ypes of pollution caused by coal mining, Environment Min- sler Bill Yurko said in the Al- icrla legislature Wednesday. llie pollution involves the discharge of coal fines Into creeks and rivers. "It is difficult (or us to en- rorcc this type of action Bgamst this o[ Grucuivald on special riEGINA (CP) A fcdera: Social Credit government would substitute a guaranteed annua income for the welfare system Social Credit leader Real Ca ouetle said Wednesday. Mr, Capuette told a nominal ing meeting Wednesday nigh' his party's platform for Hie nex federal election includes a gua nintced income of a yea: for single persons and S2.500 for married couples with S250 for earh child. Also, he said, there would he a basic Income lax de- duction for married couples. ?'manuel Fahiman, -iG, and Dal Adam, 32, were nominated lo contesl Retina East and Re- eina Lake Centre, repecHvcly, in Ihe next federal election. committee EDMONTON (CP) A spe- cial committee of the Alberta legislature established Wed- nesday to review legislation deal- ing with self-governing profes- sions and occupants in Ihe pro- vince. The nine member committee, review the policies and principles underlying legisla- tion Ihnl applies to professions and occupations that have been given the power of self-regula- tion and licensing. Neil Crawford, minister of health and social development said in submitting the motion to form the committee lhat va- rious groups and associations have asked for changes In leg- islation. Mr, Crawford noted tliat a similar committee had namw. in April, 1970, but was unable lo complete its work he- ore the last legislature was dissolved. Calhcrine Cuichak Ed monlon one of Iw women members in (he 75-sca assembly, will be the commit :ee chairman. The other inem >ers ore Dick Crruenwalcl Lcth bridge West, Graham Unwanted alligator now popular CALGAIIY (CP) An un- wanted allipator suddenly be- came popular. The young reptile, between Ihrec nnd four feet long, has been claimed by Wally Ursnlck nf Kdmonton and Viill join his Irairllintf carnival called Wally Anniscmcnls. Tngrirf Graham or Calgary, said earlier this weet didn'f Ukn the alligator and v.inierl to get rid of il, re- at least BO telephone cnlls from people offering to take the beast off her hands. The alligator, named Spot, wns purchased in Vancouver by Mrs. Graham'.1; 15-year-old son Ronald nnd two other hoys. Parcntial reaction resulted in predicament Ilarle (PC W [Tinman (SC Ca l.ce 'PC Calgary McKnight Albert Lutlwig (SC Mountain Don Me Criminon (PC Kei I'aproski (PC Edmontoi and George Topo! nisky, minister without port folirj responsible for rural de vcLopmetit. Mr. Topolnisky tho member for Redwater-An drew. Yurko said, but the prov- ce's Clean Water Act will be evised to permit the govern- cut, Lo be more forceful. The evisions uill be derived from ic federal Fisheries Act. ECENT CASE Mr. Yurko said a recent case i which a coal company was ncd A day for 15 days discharging fires into a reek that bad fish "indicated much greater awareness on ic part of the judiciary" about ic problem, lie ssid Mclnlyre Porcupine lines Ltd. had experienced the ime type of pollution in the Cache area of western llicrta, wilh fines dischargee! nlo Ihe Smoky River. Mr. Yurko said he and Allan Varrack. minister of lands and o rests, will meet with Mc- ntyre Porcupine officials Mon ay to plnn the necessary pro- rams and facilities to solve ic problem. Mr. Yurko also told the House le environmental impact of in ensive livestock operations in will he studied this ummer by Ihe departments ol griculture and environment. Mr. Yurko said the objective s for Dhoul Lo dairy ieef, swine nnd poultry opera ors to be interviewed from ay to August by n team co ordinated by Brian Wast, inimal waste management spe cialist in the agriculture de )artment. The survey will attempt t determine existing methods o animal waste disposal and thei Kjssible impact on the environ ment, particularly on surfac and ground water supplies, P r o v i n cial health official and representatives of variou ivcstock organizations will as sist in developing the study. Found dead in oats bin at Bashaw BASHAW fCP) nohei Drcum, 38, of Ihc Bashaw rii; Lrict, was found dead in a b of onts Rf Uie Bashaw seec cleaning plant yesterday. An nH from recreation nd nici'it. "A dairy farmer converted s 250 acre farm lo recrea- Mr. Sorcnson told the ouse. Facilities on his farm In- udcd: A golf course, fislling on els, playgrounds, picnic ables, concession stands, a meeting place for groups, sott- all fields, areas for borse- loes, badminton and shufflp- oard, swings, rides and ames." NCOJtE DOUBLED He chai-gcd 10 cents a person or recreation and 50 cents for olf or fishing, said the MLA nd his income has doubled rom what it was for dairying. The assembly roared aughter. Dr. Homer said farmers In 10 IJenlley area have formed society to develop their farms 3 [ourist attractions. The agriculture i linistor said n meetings with these farmers, ie and Bob Lhe minis- LT for lovirism, iave encouraged idea. think it's one of the alternatives lhat farm- ers can use to improve their in- omc nnd intend (o develop irograms tliat might initiate lositivc action in this ttie ninisler said. Dr. Warrack said "rural rec- reation" js an "extremely itn- jortiint" Issue. He said ho will >c in Lcthbridge May 14 lo of- icially open a game farm. "I lope lhat indicates rny very response to the im- portant subject that yon bring "orward." HUNTING PRESERVES Oulside Uie House, Mr. Sor- enson said "maijy farms and ranches can be developed as lunting preserves. "Contour strip cropping of grain would provide food and shelter for a By TUT. ASSOCIATKD PRESS Several hundred student: at four U.S. universities dcmon- Wednesday night lo pro- test President Nixon's televised announcement that the bombing of North Vietnam would con- tinue. Other protests on issues rang- LBJ released from hospital SAN ANTONIO, Tex, (AP) Former president Lyndon D, Johnson was released from Brooke Army General Hospital Wednesday and flown to his ranch, Uie hospital announced. The former president wos flown to Ihe hospital here April 12 after suffering what doctors called a serious heart attack in Charloltesville, Va., April 7. A hospital spokesman said: "Joimson has continued lo re cover from his recent heart at- tack in a very satisfactory man tier; in fact, his present contll lion Is such that Ir. the opinion of his physicians, he may noy continue his convalescence ii Ihe comfort of his home." His first heart attack was In ug (rom the war lo alleged ilack repression in Angola to a :ampus marijuana raid took ilace nt four other schools. After tlic president's speech, about 400 to 500 protesters look over the main administration building nt the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. They said they would remain mill the university scraps Its Jieserve Officers Training Corps irogram and sells stock In four corporations lhat do dcfenco work. In Bloomington, Ind., about 500 Indiana University students marched to the Monroe County courthouse in a demonstration demanding an end to the war. Another demonstration was planned today, STUDENTS JEER SPEECH About 400 students at Colum- bia University in New York City hooted and jeered as Ihey watched the president on lelevi- 1055, apparently more severe than the recent one. Johnson, 63, was stricken while visiting a daughter am son-ln-lnw, Mr. and Mrs Charles villa. Robb, In Charlottes sion In marched auditorium, They several blocks down Broadway afterward and some- one threw a brick through bank window. A group of 150 New York Uni- versity students gathered at Ilieir Washington Square cam- pus after the speech and marched lo Times Square (or brief demonstration. In other war protests, about 140 Kent State University stu- dents were arrested peacefully on trespassing charges Wednes- day night when they refused to leave a hall where they had conducted an all-day demon- stration. Weather and road report SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNS2T H I- Trc 56 H Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Grande Prairie Banff Calgary...... Victoria Penliclon Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Saskaloon Winnipeg Toronlo Ottawa Montreal..... SI. John's Halifax...... Charlottelown Frederkion Chicago New York Miami........ I-o.s Angeles Phoenix....... Honolulu ___ Rome ____. Paris London Berlin 05 62 55 52 61 S9 52 57 G6 .02 46 40 35 42 51 sn 80 01 autopsy was ordered. Mr. nreum Is married the falhcr of a son. and real number of game birds." Pheasant and quail are raised in pens in many parts of the United States, he said and re- leased during the hunting sea- son, "Recreation opportunities on Alberta's privately ov.ned lands nro virtually snid Ihc MLA. "Possible rec- reation enterprises range from the very simple to the very elalxjrale." To the list already given, he added: archciy, hiking, cuing, camping, firts and rrafts, snowshocing, skiing, to- bogganing, sleigh riding, horse- back riding, hayridcs, bird watching and nature sturiy. Sorenson said "exploring would be iwpular on my farm because years ago a gold rush occurred nnd (here are still signs of the diggings." Children could feed calves and chickens, help round up cows and watch or participate in milking, he said. "On game farms, for their money, guests are provided with food, lodging, dogs and kennels, care of hunter's dogs and guides, if necessary." Amsterdam Moscow Stockholm Tokyo 5S ..50 50 51 3S 08 20 IS 23 31. no 21 30 43 44 72 59 5.1 70 lil 46 43 41 FORECAST: I.ctlibridge Medicine flat Calgary Clear toniglit, winds nnd lo 40 along foothills, lows near 40, sunny I-'rirtay, Ilinlis 115-70. C o I u m h i a Kootcnay Today: Cloudy in the Columbia district spreading inlo (he Knol- cnays this afternoon. A few pc- iods of rain lliis evening in tho Columbia district. Tonight cloudy with a few pc-ricxls of light rain. Friday mostly cloudy. A 1'cw showers in tiia Columbia district. Sunny pe- riods in the KooleHfiys. Highs near GO today exccpl 45 to 55 in the Columbia district. Friday hiphs Ihe same. Lows tonight 30 to 40. MONTANA Knst nf Cciniincndil Dhldc Fair and mild today. Increas- ing cloudiness and warmer to- night and Friday. Windy along east slopes of Rockies Friday. Highs loday mostly OOs. Lows tonight 30s. Highs Friday 05 lo 75. West of Conlinr-nlal Divide Fair and mifd today. Increas- ing cloudiness and warmer to- night. Showers and a little cool- er Friday Highs today 6Ds. Lows tonight 30s. Highs Friday 55 to 65. Fire breaks out at Sarcec camp About mo members of the Canadian Arm- ed Forces battled a grass fire Wednesday near Ihe Sarcr.c! mililary ramp a; the southwest of Calgary. No buildings or persons wore in danger although the fire cov- ered about. 10 square miles be- fore it was brought under con- trol. It broke out in a stand of pop- lar trees during practice with a medium tnnk on a range near Ihe Sarcec Barracks, and was believed lo been caused by n back-blast (rom Ihc Link's weapon. SIMPSONS-SEARS CORRECTION On pago 12 of Simpsons-Scars flyer appeared in (lie Lethbridge Herald the wrong illustration appeared with the ilem 5-5-0 Lawn Food. It showed Weed Feed in error. BE AN EARLY BIRD! PLAN YOUR IRRIGATION REQUIREMENTS NOW! Call in and get information on: The most complelo variety in mechanical irrigation Quick detachablfl Type Quick Take Down Standard Rigid Typi Lalail in Pivot From; Cole Harris, Bert Errckson, Dick Orslen GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 327-3165 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. P.O. BOX 1202 OFFICfAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF A.MA All highways In the Lcth- district are bars snd dry. Highway I Trans Canada Highway, hare and do'. There arc 75 per cent lonrllng restrictions on the following highways: Highway 61, from 12 miles cast of the Junction of Highway 4 to Forcmosl and from 1 mile south of Foremost to Manybcr- rics. Highway 62, from Magrath lo Del Honila. Highway 3, from Grassy Lnke lo Medicine Hal. Secondary road 505 from Highway J In the Belly River Bridge near Glenwood. Secondary road 879 from 3 miles north of Foremost to 10 miles north of Forermst. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening nnd Closing Coulfj Z-t hours; Carway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Del Tionita 9 .m. lo 6 p.m.; Hooscrillc, B.C. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgalc, B.C., 24 hours; Porthlll 8 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain closed. WUdborce, a a.m. to 5 p.m. ;