Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THE IHHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, April 28, 1973 News in brief Kiwis oppose French JN WELLINGTON', N Z. (Kcuter) suao'e Pompidou to Prime Minister rvorman Kirk i the tests. said today New Zealand will take France to the Intei national Court of Justice at The Hague to halt planned "We shall now immediately move to the International Court of Kirk said in a Tiencn nuclear tests in the Pa- s'a'ement. Cific i Kak has said that New Zea- Kirk announced the e after Demitv Prime Minister land will seed a frigate into the test area at Mururora Attol as Hugh Watt vas unable to per- last resort." Syria braces for attack BEIRUT (AP- A Lebanese newspaper Syria has placed its armed forces on full alert in anticipation of an Is- raeli attack m the Golan He.ghts. whers fne Atab guer- ru'as caught Thursday at- sources, An Nahar sajs Syiian President Hafez Assad will con- fer with President Anwar Sadat in Cairo within the next dajs to determine whether Egjpt will go to war Egypt has I been announcing civil and mill-; tempt.ng to mfJti ate Israel pieparatiois for -'to.al Quoting Arab diplomatic i confrontation'' with Isia2l. Teen deaths probed iii Toronto TORONTO CCP-----An inves-1 shot twice in the neck and Miss tigation is under way into the Stearne in the head, shooting deaths of two teen-aga girls whose bodies were found Friday on a vacant lot near their homes in the borough of Heather Korenblum, 17. who lives near where the bodies were found, told her parents at breakfast that she heard what sounded like four shots about midnight Thursday. A nearby resident said the bodies were fully clothsd She North York The bodies of Donna Lee SLearne, 19, and Wendy Ann Tedford, j.7, v.eie found bv a; sajd cars could enter the lot student on his nay to school the gate was left open and teen- Fobce said autopsies Friday i agers often climbed er the shewed Miss Tedford had been (low fence, Poland discusses grain contract WARSAW CReuter) dian Justice Minister Cana-1 v ell disposed to conclude a Bombing victim Otto Lang, responsible for the Cana- dian wheat board, said today discussions have begun with Po- land on a new long-term con- tract for grain. Lang, who has held talks Polish commerce and foodstuff fairly long-term contract to re- place one that is expiring "Both are agreed that a long- term agreement is a good basis on winch to continue our rela- tionship he toM reporters j shortly before he was due to A Cambodian refuges en elderly man wounded in bombing of Cambodian positions this week. Thousands of refugees fled American bombing and advancing guerrilla forces across the Mekong River from capital. Phnom Phnem. The aircover is being used to protect battalions sent to rout the enemy. ministers, said both sides are leave for home Rail strike halls in Japan TOKYO (AP- Japan's worst railway strike ended early today, and the National The strike, which began Tues- day, was called off after the railway's two major unions ac- Railway said it cost S29 4 mil- j cepted an average monthly lion. j wage increase of S56. The losses consisted of s. j The unions had been asking S25.7-million drop in ticket reve- j for a S90 monthly wage in- nue and a S3 7-miilion bill for j crease Members non- earn a damages caused angry com-1 monthly average of muters who broke tram win- i 'strike affected an esti- diws, signals and station facil-1 mated 53 2 million passengers, j aid more than 25 369 passenger i trains and freight trains I were suspended. The financial losses for pri- 'vate railways, subwajs, buses and taxis, also hit by strikes, were not available M. grant helps towns and villages fix streets Welfare officials hope security overhaul moves OTTAWA (CP) The ingre-1 their efforts to reform the vel- dienls for an overhaul of Can- ada's social security programs have been b'ended and put through three days of kneading. And welfare ministers, head- ing home after a federal-pro- vincial conference that ended Friday, may well have been praying that the dough will rise. That homespun analogy was used by Newfoundland welfare minister Ank Murphy an em- p'oyer of colorful phrases dress- ed in an Irish brogue as min- isters summed up results of fare system. Mr. Murphy was comparing the mixing of opinions at the conference to the way his mother made bread. After the blending was done she would pray: "Please, God, let the dough rise." The ministers departed in an apparently-optimistic frame of mind, having adopted as an "appropriate basis" for an overhaul the 14-point blueprint set out in the Commons last week by federal Welfare Minis- ter Marc Lalonde. Nelson warms Premier Barrett EDMONTON (CP) A milUon program of grants to Alberta's towns vil'ages for improvement cf street facilities as announced in the legisla- The program, which will ex- tend ov er a five year period and imolves a Si-million expendi- ture in its first year, is de- sigred to provide sufficient ture Friday fay Clarence funds to each centre once with- thorne minister of highways i in the five-year period for car- ry rag out worthwile projects. ard transport. Tlie grants be made on MODERN INDUSTRIAL RENTALS 1250 1st Ave. S. Phone 328-8896 "Industrial and Home Owner Rentals" lawn Mowers, Lswp Combers and Aerators, Ferlil ier Spreaders, etc RENTAL IS YOUR BEST BUY men a formula basis providing S20. 000 plus S20 per capita to each town and village. The same formula will apply to summer villages with a permanent pop- ulation of ICO or more. Sum- mer villages with a population of less than 100 will be eligible for plus ?20 per perman- ent resident. Projects eligible for grants cover a wide variety of canital construction, including graoing, drainage, street illumination and traffic signals. Mainten- anci and operational items are not included in the program. Participation will be on a first-come, first-served basis until individual agreements reach the total funds available in each fiscal year More than 260 urban munici- palities are expected to benefit from the program. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Dental Mechanli Capitol Furniture B'dg. PHONE 328-7684 to St. John S4JNT JOHN, XB. (CP1 Two Brinks Canada Ltd em- plojees. object of an inter- national manhunt this v.eek fol- lowing the disappearance of more" than S800 000 from the company s Saint John off-ce. were returned here Friday to face charges Lesiie James Dominey. 32. a driver-guard, and Melvin Ed- ward Dcwrs. 37. an assistant cashier with the company, are to appear in court here Monday, ta farmers will be given a to face charges of theft over J three-week extension to file hail S200 loss claims under legislation to j In Toronto Katherins Jeanette amend the hail crop msur- I Craig. 21. and Ernest Ect introduced Friday j Barker. 41. cf Saint John. in the leeislature. will co to court Mondaj on halation, introduc- i charges of possession of stolen ed bv Gordon Stromberg (PC- i hardshios because a few grain irtn 4t-.ii I _ Hail loss claim extension sought (CP) Alber-j least 25 per cent of the N'ELSON, B C (CP) Pre- mier Dave Barret went back to the who elected him, touring Friday in near cam- paign style. He took a lesson in polities from a long time socialist in a private hospital and mst soon to be civil servants at the Celgar pulp and sawmill in Castlegar. The premier's political les- son came from Joe Willis, 85, a long time left wing acti- vist, who campaigned for so- cialist candidates in the early 1900s. Mr. Willis was one of dozens of patients at the Wil- lowhaven Private Hospital with whom the premier talked and joked. Emerging from his meeting with Mr. Willis, Premier Bar- rett turned to newsmen out- side the room and said: "You gujs should have been in there for a real lesson in British Co- lumbia history." The premier arrived here in the second stop on a nine day meet the people tour of the province. The premier's first stop was j the Celgar pulp and sawmill at Castlegar where h2 said he got a "very favorable response" from the workers concerning the government's plan ned takeover of the mills from its owner, Columbia Cellulose. At a S10 a plate dinner here Friday night, Premier Barrett attacked the ''late un- lamented political machine" of the Social Credit party, as he stood on the New Democratic party's legislative record. He received the NDP's legi- slative achievements at the spring session point by point and challenged the opposi'ion parties to campaign against that record in the next provin- cial lection. The audienee of 350. respond- ed vigorously as Mr Barrett ridiculed the Social Credit party for what he continued to call'their "me too" attitude towards XDP legislation He particularly attacked the Social Credit party's voe against the bill to establish the industrial development corp- oration, particularly after Pat Jordan (SC Okanagan- north) had said in the legisla- ture the mght before the vote tlia.t her party would back the bill. Included Jn the of fcdcra proposals were average family allowance payments of ui from the present amend- ments to the Canada Pension Plan (CFF) and guaranteed in- comes and income for disadvantaged groups sue' as the working poor, the agei and the disabled. INCREASE UNANIMOUS The miniVers adopted at the three-day meet- ing the bid to raise 'he family allowances, which will be made taxable. The allowances wil' probably go up Jan. 1, 1974. Provincial governments will have the right to vary the leve of payments, provided nation a minimums set by Parliament are met. Also accepted was a general proposal to amend the Can- ada Pension Plan, but detafls of the changes will be out by a committee including deputy ministers of welfare ox the federal and provincial gov- ernments. Mr. Lalonde had suggests that CPP payments be escalat- ed annually by the rise in thi cost-of-living and that the leve cf maximum pensionable earn- ings, on which benefits are based, be raised to by 1975. Weather and road report SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET Lethbridgc Medicine Hat Edmonton Grsn-fe Prairie H LPre 63 31 66 33 47 32 52 38 .17 Banff 45 31 Calgary 51 35 Victoria 53 31 Penticton 60 42 Prince George 49 35 Kamlcsps 56 ?8 Varcouver S3 41 Saskatccn 48 36 Regira 52 33 05 .14 .071 Winnipeg Toronto Violence erupts Chile Diary of Lieut Col. G N W M. Police 1874. A FrenrH, Officer Commanding monev m connection with the Brinks theft The return of Dominev and Downs b" aircraft from' Toron'n Friday night ended a' week-long hunt which ended Camrcse would extend the cut- farmers could be outnumbered off date for claim applications j bv to Oct. 21 farmers in a district must ap-1 ply for all-risk insurance before i such a contract would be cffer-! -m -M ed bv the corporation. list HARDSHIP Mr. said the exist-' legislation often creates SANTIAGO (AP) New po- litical and labor violence has erupted m Santiago between supporters and opponents of Montreal Chicaso New York Miami Los Angeles Honolulu 49 19 50 38 52 44 49 41 60 53 86 63 71 55 83 hills, winds brisk eriy, highs 40 55, cloudy to- night and Sunday, wet snow, brisk northerly winds, lows near 30. higlis 40-45. Calgary Cloudy today periods of rain and wet snow becoming continuous snow i afternoon, heavier snows foothills, highs 35 40, cloudi with periods of rain and we sr.ow tonight and Sunday, low. near 30. highs Columbia mainly cloudy with a few show ers. Sunday sunny with after I roon cloudv periods and a fev showers. Highs today and Sun- 78 72 Las Vegas.....92 67 Phoemx 98 Denver......68 46 Mexico City......79 57 Rome........63 41 Pans 61 50 London........64 50 Berlin 64 46 Amsterdam. 43 41 Brussels.......50 36 Madrid 68 55 Moscow......57 46 Stockholm 46 32 Tokro .....70 54 Mexico City......79 57 FORECAST: Lethhcidge Medicine Hat Cloudy with showers of rain or misted wet snow to- heavy Snow along foot- I MONT-VXA i East of Continental Divide Stockmens advisory northwes this afternoon and all section; Sunday. Heavy snow watc' above 4 thousand feet Saturdav and Sunday. Strong gusto winds -with widely scatters showers and turning colder to- day. Rain and snow beginnini- northwest portion this after noon and spreading to most sections Sunday with threat heavy snow above 4 thcusanc feet. Continued windy and coM- er Sunday. Highs today west to 55 to 65 east. Lows to- nisht 25 to 35 Highs Sunday ii 40s. West of Continental Divide Widely scattered showers en rain or snow becoming mor frequent Sunday. Cooler bot' days. Highs today in 50s. Low tonight 25 to 35. Highs Sundaj 45 to 55. fanners uninterested jcar Another chanse would allow SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th: Remain at this place, water being good, grass tolerable. We started our with the coal thus opportunely fcurd. Sent Macleod and a guide out at 8 p.m, to look for the Boundary Comm. Rd. or markers By cur noon observe jon I fancy we are 6 miles north of ttie Bc-.mr-ary Prospected around and fojnd speciroents of coal and iron ore SUND W. SEPTEMBER 201 h. Hcmain at fame place, horses ier. weak rc- jiincd us his partj. rcpcrts havjn? lost 6 horses out of hjs 57. One cf his iren was 'ost for several days and a party sent back by him managed to get a horse "lost cr stolen pnrbabJy. Went with Mackcd and Lavallie to look for the Booandary Comm. Depot Found it to the West Butle. Rode over 30 mite. v.-hcn the two surrendered to farmer to apply to the hail Toronto police early Thursday. I aixj insurance crop for all- Hours la'er Craig 'and Barket.nsk insurance. were picked up Urder existing legislation, at i Another chanec would have the board of directors of the hail and crop insurance irassion increased to seven frcm the current five. Both new Chile's Marxist government. A young worker was killed j and another seriously injured in the violence Friday r.ight. au- tnorities reported. The govern- ment said it will cam- out "the OT D.e ;o he able Jo WVjw the N W M p. march truth ?hc help of a map? Our MixtenJs aiv just CTJI> a map which .shcmp each night's slop as wcU as pomts iirterert mentioned in the diary. High, DON K1RKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. CO'JTiNUES TO SO'JTHEPN AISEP7A FIRE AUTO PERSONAL COMMERCIAL DOUG BOTER-Soles, SOS 9rii St. S. Phone 328-122S s v.ould he aDDointed! most eyhausiive of invesbga- by the agnrulture minister tions to identify the 1 Mr. Strombers said both new i The violence, the worst in sit members would be farmers At 'mcnths, appeared to have sub- Dre-ent.