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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHORIDGE HERAID Snlurdoy, April 11, r.nrc llrralil Slalf KIIMOXTON" In a quiet Inlk lo the Alberta Liberal Parly loday. Prime Minister Trudeau Llrpccl Albert-ins In gusts official KDMONTON il'PI --Senior govern m e n t officials were blamed Friday for "thoroughly disgusting" facilities at Ihe provincial Howdcn institution for young offenders including a gymnasium rooT supporled in- ternally by a telephone jmlos. Broad, president ol Ihe 22.iH.nl member Civil Ser- vice Association of Albeita, made the erilici-Mii in a slatcnu'nt alter viewing the facilities ami talking to the cor- rci'tlonal officers working in the minimum security institu- tion for offenders aged 16 to 25. The gymnasium, it aircraft hangar tnrrrnnlc western fllirnnlinn by sending lo Ottawa Mi's who can fit into the "mainstream ol Canadian life." Mr, Trudeau. wearing a soft, i blue colored, wide laprllcd suit and looking tired but re- laxed, said if anyone in Canada should feel alienated (rum 01- tawa, it is Quebec when1 seven nut of 10 people don't speak English. Quebec has overcome (eel- ings of Isolation by electing representatives who speak for Canada as a whole ralher than Mist concerns within the prov- ince, be said. Liberals "rlon't bave lo oeizc for evading any issue.'1 the prime minister said, re- ferring lo bis nearly four years in office, when l'wc havrn t swept anything under tbe car- pet." Mr. Trudeau said liia govern- I ment hasn't promised to solve all tbe problems in Canada, hut did promise lo face up to every issue. Mr. Trudeau was given a red carnation hy provincial Liberal leader Bob Russell fol- Inwinp his brief talk, then min- gled wilh the crowd at the Hntel Macdonald before return- ing lo Ottawa this afternoon. former the lied Deer area ot cenlral Alberta, "was so dilapidated the voof 1'iid in b? supported by a dozen Hpphone poles." New post for Carcliii OTTAWA (CP) former Liberal justice minister Lucien Cardin has been appointed as- sistant chairman o[ the Tax Re- view Board, Justice Minister Otto Lang announced today. Mr. Cardin, 53, practiced law at Sorel, Que., and was first elected to the Commons In a by-eleclion Oct. G, 1932. He was appointed associate minister of defence in April, I9G3 and Justice minister and at- torney general July 7, 1565. He retired from politics In 1967. He was appoinled to the Im- migration Appeal Board in a position he has niary. held unlil now. SOUTHERN AIBERTA CO-OP Construction hii hv lookout VANCOUVER (CD The Ojnstnic'ion Labor Relations Association locked oul members of 18 construction unions across British Columbia Friday and al- most immediately there were contranicling claims on the effectiveness of the lockout. The CLRA, which negotiates for contractors, says 30.000 workers are locked out and that nearly S500 million worth of con- struction Is tied up. Ed Fay, B.C. and Yukon B u 1 d i n g and Construction Trade Council secretary, said Indications were the lockout wasn't nearly so extensive as the CLRA claimed. "It's Mr. Fay said. "Not many of the firms are going along with the shut- down. Lots are signing Interim agreements." He said the unions have agreed to contractors' requests to continue working where 11 has been determined lhat a con- struction project would be left in an unsafe condition. C. J. Connaghao, CLRA presi- dent, said Labor M 1 n 1 s t e r James Cbabot's appeal that school and hospital construction be exempted from the lockout will be brought up at the nest mrating of the association's pol- icy board in a week or two. Marijuana: future crop? STILL LOOKING GOOD, AT 40 She's o 40-yeor-old grandmother, but Elizabeth Taylor slill has what if takes lo counted among the world's most beauliFul women. Al left, provocatively perched on a director's chair, she relaxes between scenes while making Hammersmilh Is Out in Cuernavac a, Mexico, wilh her husband, Richard Burton. Al right the wears a daringly-cut swimsuif In one of the sequences, (AP Wirephoto) Hard work SoCCCF 1'eSllltS ansiver to long life MEDICINE HAT (CP) No smokuig, no drinking and lots of "good bard work" are Laura Jordan's secrets for a long life 106, she must be an expert. Mrs. Jordan, horn and raised In Ohio, celebrated her 106th birthday Friday at the nursing home where she's confined to a wheelchair. 'Pass skalcrs meet May 6 BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass Skating Club will hold its an- nual mecling in the Isahclle Scllon School music room at 10 a.m., Saturday, May 6 Secretary Colleen Wilson has announced the agenda will in- clude election ol officers, hiring a club professional for the 1072 73 season and discussion of the recent carnival. 1 Photos of the club groups wil I also be on display. ACTION CANADA TO MOID AN ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING of lha MEDICINE HAT FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY ol Ihe Public Library, 414 1st S.E., Medicine Hoi. Monday, May 1st, at 8 p.m. Speaker: DENNIS ANDERSON (Alberta Chairman of Action Canada Council) IT 15 IMPORTANT Alt INTERESTED PERSONS ATTEND Laing pledges generosity for veterans EDMONTON (CP) The surviving Canadian vet- erans of the First World War 'are going to get as generous a shake from Ihe Canadian as I can give vct- :raas' alfalrs minister Arthur Laing said Friday. He lold a provincial Liberals conference veterans of the Sec- ond World War treated more fairly than their earlier counterparts. He said he doesn't believe Canada's taxpayers will worry about tbe million spent an- nually on veterans out of a na- tional budget approaching 51Q billion. ANNUAL MEETING and DINNER LETHBRIDGE FAMILY SERVICE Tuesday, May 2nd Crkksen's Family Restaurant p.m.. Dinnrr per K 00 p -OPEN rimilC MEETING (1 30 Oueil Guest Speaker R. F. Fairbairn, M.D., M.S "Community In Or Out" Hail rales still problem for West EDMONTON (CP) Agri- culture Minister H, A. Olson said Friday tbe federal govern- ment needs to improve rail- way tariffs "for the sake of tht Railways, like other business- tend to charge what the market will bear, he told a pro- vincial conference. In the West, they have a captive market of shippers. "We've tried to come to grips with the problem and in my vie w it hasn't been altogether alisfaclory." LONDON (AP) Old Coun- Iry soccer resulls Saturday: ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Crystal P 0 Huddersfield 0 Man United 3 Stoke 0 Tottenham 4 Leicester 3 Division II Blackpool 5 Charlton 0 Bristol C 4 Oxford 2 Cardiff I Luton 1 Fulham 0 Sunderland 0 Middlesbrough 3 Hull 0 Millwail 2 Preslon 0 Portsmouth 1 Burnley 2 Queen's PR 3 Carlisle I) Sheffield W I Birmingham 2 Swindon 2 Orient 2 Watford 1 Norwich 1 Division III Villa 5 Torquay 1 Jollon 2 Rolherham 2 Bournemouth 2 Oldham 0 Chesterfield 1 Bristol II 3 lalifax 0 Shrewsbury 0 Mansfield 1 Bradford 1 from Highway 2 In the Belly Rivr Bridge near Secondary road 879 from 3 miles north of Foremost to 10 miles norlb of Foremost. POUTS OF KNTH.Y (Opening anil Closing Tlrucsi: Coutts H hours; Carway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Del Donila 9 .m. to C p.m.; Roosevillc, R.C, 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.: Kingsgaiu, [i.e., 21 hours; PorUiill Ilykcrts 8 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain closed. WUdiorsc. 8 a.m. lo 5 ;