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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD April 30, 1973 In brief Socred MLA injured CALGARY (CP) George I Police said Mr. Ha Lent was Ho Lem. 52. Social Credit MLA skeet shooting at the Calgary i o r Calgary McCall suffered 1 Gun Club when the 12-guage undisclosed injuries Sunday, shotgun he was using exploded, when a shotgun he was holding j He suffered injuries to his left exploded. c h e e k and the fingers on his A Calgary General Hospital i left hand, spokesman said his condition Mr. Ho Lem was elected to is satisfactory. the legislature in 1971. Libva closes borders ROME (AP) The Libyan reported that dozens of Ameri- government has in effect closed cans, most of them oil company its borders to all foreigners ex- personnel stationed in Libya cept these from Arab countries.' an'! their families, were turned an official at the Libyan em- back from Tripoli Sunday night bassy said today. they arrived on a flight Only foreigners carrying; Athens. They had been passports written exclusively in Arabic will be allowed to enter away from the country on vaca- tion. The Libyan embassy official the country, he said. said there will be no exceptions The U.S. embassy in PvOme to the Arabic-passport-only rule. Youthful dancers The Raymond Canadian Bond struck up a lively rhythm Saturday evening at the Church of Jesus Christ of EDMONTON fCP) -Pro-.Edson. Alta.. Feb. 25 of Tele-1 Latter-day Saints dance festival About 300 persons jigged, Russell seeks nomination vincial Liberal leader Robert phones Minister Len Werry. Russell said Sunday he had ac- cepted an invitation to seek the Liberal nomination for the Calgary Foothills Constituency for the forthcoming provincial byelection. The seat became vacant with president for the con- stituency o r g a n i zation, Bill Tanguay. said in Calgary that the nomination meeting be j held Saturday evening. Mr. j Russell is not expected to be hopped and waltzed around the Exhibition Pavilion floor in a program featuring ethnic, modern and traditional ballroom dancing. The spring dance festival is an annual program of the LDS church in Southern Alberta. the death in a car crash near! opposed. Trading post lost in fire WOUNDED KNEE, S.D. identified smaller buildings also The trading post in the! vrere burned, centre of this Indian-occupied Federal officers maintaining, village burned to the ground a perimeter about, 1.200 yards' Cambodian government re-1 year. The government> said its late Sunday night, an interior outside the village said they do ported today that it retook a j troops scored a "brilliant vic- department" spokesman ssid. not know the cause of the stretch of the Mekong River tory'' in repulsing an attack Gov't troops repulse attack PHNOM PENH (AP) The i northwest for the first time in a Full railway transportation costs urged by provinces VANCOUVER (CP) Pri- (WESTAC) was officially form- vincial ministers from the four western provinces said today Canadian National Railways and CP Rail must give a full disclosure of their costs if transportation problems are to be identified and solved in Can- ada. The ministers, who met here Friday and Saturday to ham- mer out a united front for their meeting with Prime Minister Trudeau this summer, stressed tbat western Canada must re- rail Thorns t i wllicl1 thev observed through bi-i bank across from Phncm Penh Saturday night at Choy Neang i ceive a better break in Thomas Oxendine, director of Thev m not think and killed 52 insurgents in re- Nuor, 40 miles north of the freight rates. commutucabons for the bureau i acyone was lnjured) oxendine of Indian affairs, said some un- i said. Transportation aid needed ST. CHARLES DE Robert pulsing an attack 40 miles north I Anekor ruins and 33 miles south J rWVFPAT of Angkor Wat. in the northwest of the Thai border. part of the country. The command also said its Stanfield said Sunday. The Cambodian command a'so reported its troops took the offensive against the insurgents at two other points south of the i capital and teat back an attack troops were continuing oper- ations to retake Setbo, about 12 miles south of Phnom Penh on Kishway SO. The four provinces are in general agreement in their stand in freight rates, which they feel discriminate against the west. m f i i iyt-cmucia oumjdv. uv.ni, -s. federal gov-, Mr. Stanfield told 200 Pro-i at a third point. _____ ____________ ernmsnt must improve trans-, gressive Consen-atives in the The ccmmard said govern-, tack on Tram Khnar, a provin- from the Manitoba will adopt a shirt sleeve ap- The command said govern-1 "We are vitally interested in j ment forces a'.so repulsed an at- j recciging costing information ed. WESTAC is basically a non- political body designed to im- prove the transportation net- work, they said. The meetings Saturday were on a political level in prepara- tion for meetings with Prime Minister Trudeau in Calgary on July 25-26. Fred Anderson, formerly as- sociate dean of arts and" sci- ences at the University of Sas- katchewan, was appointed the first president of WESTAC, which had earlier been provi- sionally named Pacific Trans- portation Advisory Council. Mr. Anderson, who will de- vote full time to the position, said an office will be opend soon here with an annual bud- get of "WESTAC is a non-regula- tory, non-advLsary forum which be the first-term order of this council." Council members will supply the money to run the council with the provinces paying 60 per cent of it between them. Mayor's office bugged? CALGARY (CP) An exe eutive assistant to Mayor Roc Sykes, Andy Marshall, Bald to- day that the mayor's otficia position is "no comment" 01 allegations that his office was bugged last August with elec tronic devices. Mr. Sykes himself could not be reached for comment. Roy Wilson (SC Calgary Bow) asked Attorney General Merc Leitch in the legislature Friday if he had received any reports on the alleged bugging broadcast by a Calgary radio station. Mr. Leitch replied: "Not to my knowledge." Mr. Wilson, who said outside the legislature he understands there is a solid basis for the radio station's report, also ask- ed Roy Farran, minister of telephones and utilities, what involvement Alberta Govern- ment Telephones had regard- ing "the electronic bugging of Mayor Sykes' office." as far as I know, ab- solutely replied the min- ister. Body found HIGH PRAIRIE, Alta (CT> RCMP today were investi- gating the death of Rose Marie Badger, 16, of High Prairie, whose body was found in an abandoned farm yard. Weather and road report SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET Lethbridtge Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie H LPre 37 29 .01 35 27 39 31 .11 37 23 .04 47 28 ada's islolated and re- i go hand-in-hand. Mekong miles from Phnom i prisoners held by the South Lalonde issues ivtimine i Penh, and reoccupied the river bank in that area. However, the Vietnamese fell through today because the Viet Cong could not I anti-government forces still ccn- i guarantee the safety of inter- trolled long stretches of river in the capital area. the bombed Sunday along an eight-mile stretch of the east bank, but n air strikes were MONTREAL (CP1 Next' The federal government m. r.-eek's federal-provincial con-; would like to change the way it L'-S' B-a2s and ference on health costs may be j finances health-care costs the last of its kind. Marc La- i across the country, he said, londe. federal health end wel-j The system is'inflexible and fare said here during; forces provinces into staying the weekend. j away from "important'1 proi- we come to agree-' ects such as nursing homes and ment or we forget it for a few, psra-medical training which are Mr. Lalpnde told a Lib- not eligible for federal govem- eral party meeting. ment grants. Mr. Lalonde said. national observers, authorities said. Civilian prisonev releases. job Fred Peacock. Alberta indus- jtionalize snrZ identify systems tiy and commerce minister, j problems in transportation. We s a i d it is very important that} do not want to attempt to be an the railways give complete d is-' interest or lobby group, but I closure of their costs to the have a private hope that the weight of influence of the group Banff........... 40 28 Calgary......... 35 23 37 Peaticton.......66 33 I Prince George Western, provinces. A series of questions have long delayed by s dispute over been drawn up "which will be how many each side is holding, presented to the railways. began Saturday when the Sai- Saskatchewan Attorney-Gen- there Sunday night. gon governmsnt freed 100 pris-; Roy Romance and Brit- Fighting was reported in the i oners and received 63 in return. I ish Columbia Industrial Devel- such as WESTAC will not go unnoticed.'1 As well as the four western provincial governments. WESTAC members include C? Rail, CNR, National Harbors 57 23 63 35 Vancouver 55 33 Saskatoon....... 39 25 .16 Regina.......... 28 SO .23 Winnipeg........ 54 23 Toronto.........56 34 Ottawa ,.....43 34 Montreal........ 44 35 St. John's........37 31 Halifax..........44 35 .43 FORECAST: Letbbridge, Medicine Today: Mainly cloudy. A few snowflrrries. Sunny periods during the Highs near 40. Lows 25-30. Tues- day: Mainly sunny. Highs near 50. Calgary Today: Becoming .03 sunny this aflerncon. Snowflur- ries 'along the foothills. Highs tcday 45-50. Lows 25-30. Tues- day: Sunny. Highs near 50. Columbia. Kootenay To- day and Tuesday: Sunny with .12 .03 Charlottetowu Fredericton Deaths Inter- Toulouse. United Paperworkers Maritain, 91. a noted French national Union. Roman Catholic philosopher T i m m I n s whom Pope Paul once called "my teacher." of a heart at- tack. Cornwall. H. Bumell, 80, the first Canadian j Moclcna, Drogo, to become president of a major 47. former racing car driver international labor union, the j who won the Australian Grand former International Broth-: Prix for sports cars in 1P54, erhood of Pulp. Sulphite and killed when his Ferrari collided Paper Mill Workers, now the with a truck. Ulster weekend turbulent one lopment Minister Alex Macdon-1 Board. Canada Grains Council gfacaeo 1 aid also took part in the meet-1 and labor unions connected j York ings. j v.ith transportation. i Miami Standardization of- regula- ''Freight rates come under tions in the Canadian trucking regulatory Mr. An- i industry is also being se- j rious consideration, th'e minis- ter; said. Thomas Shirley, 25. a disc! BELFAST Gunfire; The Orange Order, backbone jockey v.ith radio station CKGB i crackled in Belfast early today of toe Protestant Unionist party vho was known as Dean Ed- after a turbulent weekend in that has dominated Northern wards, in a traffic accident. Northern Ireland in which three Ireland politics for a half cen- British soldiers were killed and tury, split from the party to re- Protestant politics took a men- j ject British plans for Ulster's j At the opening of the meet- j rates. j ing Friday, the Western Trans- j "Immediate and sJ'ort term portation Advisory Council i excerbations are not going to acing turn. I future. 40 35 59 39 55 50 59 45 74 62 54 Vegas.......82 55 07 61 f 54 to take a position on f r e i g h t j parjs 63 55 London ..........55 45 Amsterdam...... 45 41 Stockholm.......44 39 75 .43 derson said. "It would not be i fitting for a council such as this j End urged to tax holiday granted visiting teachers The army reported "a sharp' It said the British blueprint. increase'' in shooting incidents! holds "the seeds of destruction VICTORIA fCP) Canada s during the nicht. but gave few i for Ulster." education ministers Saturday would like to start this Septem- ber, will be administered by Diary of Lieut. Col. G. A. Officer Commanding N W M. Police 1374. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 21st' Making arrangements for departure of D and E troops Left in afternoon D and E trsops. Boundary Rd. tbaat 7 miles scuth. nxncd cast along it ixr a mite and camped in coulee. grass for horses and cattle. Qaile a treat to see the poor beasts get a fill at test at each other. I The three soldiers were ap- I patently slain by the Irish Re-, j publican Army's Provisional wing. Two were killed by snipers in Londonderry to end a short- i lived ceasefire in Catholic quar- j ten; there. The third Sun-1 J i day in an ambush in the Catho-' He New Lodae district of Bei- test. Tiie death? raised Northern Ireland's known fatality loll from xnore than years of j sectarian liolence to at least; cf them this aloKC. S r v c r ai ivars j in mine i and rocket of ndl Watergate happenings granted to American and Brit-j ttCCUteillS i ish teachers coming to work in; clajm O, Canada. j Saul Miller, Manitoba's min- Tokyo a few afternoon cloudy periods. Highs both days near 60. Lows tonight around 30. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Cloudy and cold with scattered rain or snow north and west rain and snow southeast with locally heavy snow mountains scd foothills extreme south. Tuesday continued cold with scattered snow showers ending with clearing trend beginning by afterncon. Highs today 35 to 45. Lows tonight 25 to 35. Highs Tuesday 40 to 50. West "of Continental Variable cloudiness through Tuesday with few snow sbow- ers mountains today. Highs both days in 50s. Lows tonight in 30s. Here, in brief, are the (Jevclopments in the Water- gate case: Washington i ister of colleges and university i affairs, said the policy should be "discontinued." "There may have been jus- 1 tification for it a few years By THE CANADIAN PRESS At least nine persons died in accidents in British Columbia during the veekerd. Six per- sons "died in traffic accidents, two drowned and one man died in a fire. A three car crash early; ago.'' he said, when Canada i Sunday near Cranbrook claim- !had a teschcr but j edUro lives. Killed were James .that situation no longer exists. Vulton both ofi J Mr. Miller is president of the j Cranbrook. j szl j Council of Ministers of Educa-! On Vancouver Island. Roder- Jcb Magnracr. lormer AO. 2 jck 19 kiUrri man tata Nixon rejection concluded its two- campaign, has told federal proscculors that Charles Col- day closed meeiing here Satur- day. Sunday v.-hen a car crashed into a power pole near Nanai- Would you like to be ante to follow rue N.W M.P. march st with the help of a man? Our students are just com- pleting a map which shows each night's slop as as points of interest mentioned in ciarv. 25c In XWMP. Junior High, j wounded. I despite the j bloodletting, it -SWK political ma- ncem-rmg by frag- mcnlcd Proicftant croups thai to the t-o of ending the Northern Ireland ministers beard a mo. Near Curtis Lake. Louise pro- Arn Cook. 26. of Cultus Lake CATTLE CHUTES Rugged Built Chute With Side Release GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY BOX 1202 PHONE 328-1141 W- oHcr our CONGRATULATIONS sludcnl; of Hamilton Junior High on relracing of 1his }rek of ihe N.W.M.P. Everyone To Vitit KINSMEN WHOOP-UP COUNTRY IOCATED IN INDIAN SATTU -Sponsored by The Club of DUDLEY'S CUSTOM SHOP moved to 1219 3rd Ave. S. Corner of 3rd Ave. onci St. A SouJh Two or AUCNMJNT BA'JiNCING, BRAKE ond TUNE-UPS son, a former White House aide, has said a He-detector indicates he knew nothing about ibe Watergate plans. Spiro T. Agncrw said Rcpwbli- rans "vill suffer in the 1974 elections unless the Watergate case is rcMvhed! X1 s o hixon spent the night st Camp David. Md retreat. 13e sum- Tntrrrf his pnrflna] secretary, indicating he may be pre- paring to make a major speech, and is reiwrted to mot Sunday vv-ith Attor- General Richard Klnndicnst. vA aWcs 'TIS. to firp R. and .lohn posal by the federal govern- ment for a federally funded was killed early Saturday when a car failed to negotiate a zrd vieit islo a tree. In OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA linguistic corps io j Tomas McLavgh-i AH highways in Jbe Lethbridge t hdp with oraJ French in Jin. 75. kilfed Saturday djstrkl and I roehl a car struck him. X'car Qwesncl Mjskc.! conditwi. -As far as B.C. is concerned.! ]9_ ne're very said Saturday night when she and a Education Minister Eileen, companion were struck by a Daillr of tlw project. i uiin Jniuries. _ The two ocrorrcd project, outlined fed- m ]ffKCT Co-rojjjjssioner of Offiosl 1. Trarw Canada iy, bare and in good driv- ing condition. A Languages KciUi would have 200 student teachers ma- joring in English or French spend tncir final year imprw- second language in Mitchell WiJcosh. 30, of Biima- by, early Saturday isdjjJe scuba diving off West Vancouver. And in Howe Sound. Eugene Francis Har- 75 per cent loading has been placed lie Highuay 61 from the east Junction of Highway 36 to Foremost and from 1 mile of Foremost to Manyber- nes. Highway f'xrrn 3 miles of Forenvst