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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THI LlTHWtlDGI HUALD Ivtvivy, April Farm Marketing Council Bill Runs Into Criticism OTTAWA (CP) The govern- ment's bill setting up a national council for the marketing of farm products came under heavy criticism in the Commons Monday as opposition MPs rer- oed in on the proposed tsrapoii- (PC-Cal- lien of the council Duglas Harkneai gary an agriculture minister in the Diefenbaker gov- ernment, said members of the council would be little more than "Liberal heelen of one kind or another." Mr. Harkness said the mem- bers of the council would be under the government's' thumb." All Cleave (NDP-Saskatoon- Biggir) said the farmer would be "little more than the hired man of the agency" if fanners were not allowed to be council members and take part in deci- sion-making. The charges came during sec- ond reading debate on the bill designed to set up the council and natkotf marketing cie City council approved noise limits for motor vehicle traffic ef- fective Oct. 1. For passenger vehicles, mo- torcycles and scooters at speeds of less than 30 miles an hour the maximum noise tt 15 feet is SO decibles; at-31 fo 45 miles an hour 85 decibles and more than 45 miles aa hour 88 decibles. For trucks with two or three axles the limits in the three speed zones are 87, 91, and 95 decibels. For tractor trailers and concrete mixers the lii are 88, 94 and 96 decibels. Investors Eye Sask. REGINA (CP) Premier Thatcher of SsBkatehewan to- day said he has had inquiries from.people fa "most Police declined to discuss the reported threat- to Miss Na- barro. Sir Gerald said he was told an anonymous caller had informed the Birmingham Post newspaper Monday night that she was to be kidnapped as hos- tage for the release from prison of Reginald and Ronald Kray, twins serving 30 years on a murder conviction. The caller said the kidnap "arrangements" had been transferred from Viscount Lin- ley, eight-year-old son of Prin- cess Margaret, Sir Gerald re- ported. Police threw up a roadblock today at the gates of Lord Lin- ley's exclusive Boarding school, Ash down House preparatory school, 33 miles south of Lon- don. But Scotland Yard said P. bas no proof of a kidnap plot against him. 'Princess Margirei and the Earl of Soowdon were reported to have heard rumors last week of a plot to kidnap their son and bold him until the government freed the Krays.- Lord Snowdonwas said to have called in Scotland Yard and tried to keep'the scare quiet, but The Daily Sketch and The Evening Man newspapers got telephone calls about it. Sir Gerald's secretary said the first word of the threat to Miss Nabarro came from po- are working to shift the party' machinery over to the new con Advice Ignored By Council EDMONTON (CP) Cit council went against plarmin department advice to approv construction of a proposed J7 motor hotel near tl city's northeastern, Exhibitk grounds; Spokesmen for the developer Karpatia Hotels Ltd., said con- struction of the 309-room con-' vention-eqiripped hotel should start by late- {an and open in 1972. Labor Party Win Three More Seats LONDON (Reuters) The -abor party boosted its general election hopes today by captnr- ng three more seats from ttw Conservatives on the Greater London Council. Labor took aH three seats in he Hammersmith electorate votingwas postponed because of the death rf a a swing of 7.7 per cent. The result helps uukiii Die pro-government trends of public opinion polls. In the main London council el- ections April 9, Labor seized 13 Conservative seats with a swing bf about six per cent compared with the poH three years ago when the Conservatives swept to power with a massive major- ity. Now Labor has reduced the Conservative stranglehold to 65 of the 100 council seats. WEATHER AND ROAD REPORT ABOVE SUNRISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET 1-M Lethbridge.......43 51 Pincher Creek Medicine Hal 33 29 49 36 Edmonton....... 47 24 Calgary......... 34 18 Victoria......... 57 34 Cranbrook The Morgan Rum Answer: Choose the rum you love best from the Morgan bar: Captain Morgan Black Label offers the full flavour of the finest dark rums but it's light enough to please contemporary tastes. Morgan White is the white, light one right for cocktails and mixes. Morgans. Both blended from the world's largest single stock of fine rums. MorganWMte CAPTAIN MORGAN RUM DISTILLERS LIMITED WATERLOO ONTARIO Black or White. Morgan has the answers. of them about pos- sible investment in this prov- ince. The Inquiries were from very wealthy people" and were made over a number of months, by people concerned about their Investment: m Que- bec. "There have been individuals in our Mr. Thatcher said in an interview. One of the inquiries was from a man who had fled Nazi Ger- many, he said. "He'd seen the same sort of thing happening h Germany, and he wanted to get out." lice, tipped off by the Birming- hamPost. During the night poBce guarded the apartment where she has been staying during her first year at the Lcndon School of Economics. Later they took her lo her home in Broadway, Worcestershire. Four policemen maimed the roadblock at Ashdown House, at the head of a mite-long private drive across a trout stream and open fields to the three-storey stone school building. Police de- clined to comment on reports of further 24-hour- ________________ wstch on Lord lirfcy and spe- cial guards for other royal chil- dren. Boy, 3, Killed In Gate Mishap FORESTBURG (CP> Calvta Vncett, 3, was kHM while playing on a gate on his par' ents' farm. Police said the boy was cJunbing on the heavy wooden gate and it fell off on top of him. Foresthurg Is 100 mCes northeast of Red Deer. Toronto..........75 Ottawa.......... 79 New York....... 73 W Angeles 60 47 Miami.......... W 78 SYNOPSIS All Alberta areas will be milder Wednesday with cloud and snowf lurry activity con- fined to the northeastern'cor- ner of the district FORECAST Lethbridge Medicine Rat Cloudy and milder. Wiadi light. Low-high Lethbridge IS- Medicine Hat 30-30. Columbia, with a few sunny periods today. A few showers with snowflur- ries at high levels this after- noon. Clear tonight. Sunny with a Tew cloudy periods Wednes- day. Light winds. Low tonight and high Wednesday at Cran- brook 28-50. Castlegar 35-53. Due To The Great Response of Our GRAND OPENING We are Continuing Our Grand Opening Until Closing Thursday, April 30th Drop in ond your Shopping Now! SUNSHINE FOODS Confectionery 2711 IJrh Avt. S, OPEN Mon. Sal. a.m. lo p.m. Sun. a.m. to p.m. EDWARDS ROD WEEDERS AND CULTIVATORS for spring, summer and fall work designed for chain drivin rod weeder ottQchmtnt ROD WEEDER ATTACHMENTS FIT All CUU1VATORS MIVE DISENGAGES AUTOMATICALLY WHEN IS LIFTIO it NO SUPf AGE NO MUD BUIID-UP GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways in the Lett- jridge district are mostly bare and in good driving condition. Highway 1 Canada Highway Calgary lo Revel- stokt. Mostly bare and in good condition. are ad- vised lo watch for fallen rock and frost heaves between Gold- en and Revelsloke. The Banff- Radium and Banff-Jasper high- ways arc mostly bare and in good condition. Creston Salmo highway Is mostly bare and in good condi- tion. Motorists are advised lo watch for fallen rock and cari- boo on the highway. Snow lires or chains are re- quired when travelling in any mountain area. This includes all sla resort access roads. There is a 75 per cent restric- tion on the following highways: Highway 3 Fineaslle to Medi- cine Hat; Highway 5 Ma- grath lo Cardston; Highway 61 From the junction of Highway 4 fo Foremost ond ore mile south of Foretiioht (o Manyber- ries; Highway 62 Magralh to Del BoniU, Effertlvt 7 a.m. April 29 there will be a 75 per cent loading restriction im- posed on Highway 23 from the junction of Highway 3 lo Barons. PORTS Of. ENTRY (Opening and Closing Cowls, 24 hours; Carway 9 io 6 p.m. MST; Chief Mountain closed. Del Botiu 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kooscville, B.C. 9 a.m. to p.m.; Kiagsgate, B.C., 24 noun; Porthill-Rykerti to midnight; Upn Pass, doted tor whiter, ;