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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 TH6 UTHnRIDGH I'CHAID Fililuy, Autjiot 4, 197J------- probe OTTAWA fyf rlimbr-rs in j hunlfrs. flfilh I Alr.'it b' ly Tim CANADIAN IMIKHS I Tlic iSocinl Credit govern- ent, omharrassal hy c recent defections of two (ting members lo the Con- 3rvnlives nnd a series of local split es over cmididatc-.s for ic Aufj. SO jiroviiicial cleelion, we anollier riding squabble j contend with. Dissident monlioi'A of the oc red C onsli lu cmcy A ssoc ia- 011 in Clulliwnek liorne ritl- of retirinf; Hccrcallon Min- ter Ken Kiernan threatcn- 1 Tliursday lo bolt the party id support a Conservative andidatc. Kwald as.suclntlon resident, said he and other ssociation memlxjrs are un- appy with tfio clioscn candi- ale, lay Pentecostal Minister arvcy Sclirocdcr, saying be acked tho July 4 nominating leniences suspended VANCOUVER (CP) Three voincn members of tho Sons of 'rwxloin Doukhohor sect were Jven two year suspended cnletices Thursday and order- el to slay at least three miles rom the homo of Orthodox )oukhobor leader John Verl- rin and the Orthodox Commim- ty Hall In Grand Forks, li.C. Ann Fominoff, Vcrna Hepin nd Sonia Jevatkoff nppcurcrl n provincial court In suburban luninby to face ehartfes of n-atchini! besetting a dwd- ing witli intent to harass. The three were among 24 )crsons arrested after a shift camp was set up in Jranri Forks last month. Court was lold the group wanted to meet will) Orthodox leaders in an at- :cmpt lo get some land. Moro trials are scheduled on :lio charges. meeting with members of Ms church. Mr. Hempcl was de- feated on Hie Buroiul ballot. Mr. and his group KIVO expressed support 'or Sunijis Mayor CJeorpc Fer- guson whom llicy (iro trying to convince lo run under Ihu Con- ervallve banner, Conservative leader Derril Warren reportedly jnct wilh Mayor Ferguson Thursday to discuss the sltuatton, but results of llicir lelc-a-teto wore not Immediately known. Wliile Mr. Warren stuck close to home, spending (he bulk of (he day mainstrcclliig in bis riding of North Vancouver-Sey- mour, the other parly leaden followed Hie campaign (rail elsewhere in the province. Premier A. C. Bcnncll IKK] lilllc to say to questions from Fort Nelson residents ahoik northern problems, but New Democratic Parly Dave Ilarrett announced in re- mote Stewart a six pro- gram for including tieller medical imcl transporta- tion facilities and encourage- ment of secondary Industry. Liberal Loader David Ander- son went after Ihe drinkers' vote with a statement In Cran- brook that he would allow beer and wine to sold in grocery stores and establishment of neighborhood taverns, as well as relaxing restrictions on biding oti Sundays. Mr. Anderson, beer In hand, said restrictions on drinking are "just a nuisance for adulls" and added he docsn'l think more liberal liquor laws would lead lo greater consump- tion. At a party luncheon, the Lib- eral leader spoke on a variety of subjects, calling lor more housing for the elderly, im- proved medical facilities, moro .'cconrlary industries and tho need, lo promote tlw sale of li.C. agricultural products to the far casl "our natural market." Weather and road report SUNRISE SATURDAY fiUNSKT IT T, Pre vCtliliridijc 78 55 v.' re. JtC.M flffv; liifn Ilir- rjrea by (o invr'iliiifilc. rrjmil v nrf'tvrd Uv a ham radio rifrf-nilr.r in Calory ami relayed Ibn them. J nnd lo Si- mon to bo nlofinrd amf Fragments of burn- bones, small sharp points that could bavr been knives or flnov.'.s, ami Iv.o ranvd Mono bowls Mr. Crour'-Sv, orris ts so Hint n bomb woultl nnly roll it tin Detroit Free Press one workman as saying. The taxpayer is only pick- ing up a fraction ibo tal for tho president's five-toi Lincoln, about a lease fee. Because of (En prestige involved, flic mnnu (ncUirer docs not charge Iho full cost. Ford Motor Co, has cToakw the hand-made, option-loaded black Lincoln Continental in a veil of rTC'crccy, RKVKAL DETAILS ISut The Free Press gnv details: The cnfjim displaces ISO-cubic indies TliR car weighs pounds compared with Ih usual Continental. M u CM of t lie ex I ra wei gh comes from the quarter-inch of armor plate on Ihe bottom, roof aiitl doors. The windows finrl metal rdnfm cod tires ait: bullet- proof and Kt> is the: bubble; which can he hy- dra ulieally raised wbcn [fie president wants (o si and up and wave. 'Hie limousine was three years in the making but never was near an assembly lire. It was h ami-era fled. The car has hand-bars for .Secret Service agents. ning boards fold out from the fenders, "It has power everything." said oiu- worker, iis well as air1 two-way-ra- dio, UiIepboiHi. sltTL'o rqnip- iiH'Mt for list: front and rear find Mark upholstery. Fischer Illlli imilch of chess hallle Pinclier Creek Medicine Hat Kdmonlon Grande Prairie Banff Calgarj'....... Victoria Penticton Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Saskatoon Rcgina Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa...... Montreal SI. John's Halifax CharlUtctown Frodericton Dilcago...... New York..... Miami Angeles Las Vegas Phocrix 70 75 70 75 75 7.1 119 76 92 73 78 76 74 77 7H 7fi IH 01 ni 71 US 84 .tor, 107 rORKCAST: Ix-llilirWge Today: Most- ly sunny. Illflhs near Kft. Widely srparaleil sbowem lo- nlghl. Txmj near 60. Satur- day: Sunny, lllghs near 80. Medicine Most- ly sunny. Highs near 80. A few .showers tonight. near 50. Saturday: Scattered morning showers. Sunny In the after- noon. Iliglis near BO. Calgary Today: Mostly sunny. Highs near 75. Widely separated to n I g bt. 50 55. Saturday; Mainly sunny, Highs 75-fiO. Crjlnmtiln Kuutcnay Today: Sunny becoming cloudy In tho Columbia district (his evening with a few showers or tinmdcrshowcrs. K a t u r day: Cloudy wilh sunny periods. A few showers or isolated thund- erstorms, today and Sat- urdny 110 lo EJ5 except near 75 in the east Kootenays on Satur- day. tonight 45 Ui 50, MONTANA IC.isl of Conllnpnla! Dlvhlc Fair aiyi a little warmer lorfay and Salurflay, Illghs loday 75 to 85. Lows tonight 50s. Hlgtis Saturday mostly fiOs. Wrst nl Conlinpntal Dlvlile Partly cloudy and warmer lo- anrE Saturday wilh a t-hrmce of a Saturday Iliglis loday Sat- unhy Ilfis. Ixms tonight M lo S5. OWATONNA 200 9' HAYMASTER ConPour flolollon gelt all the crop from every Conlrolled crop tondillontng offan a thorough bul conditioning act Eon Grcaler hctrveilability atiuroi complerc crop harvaitlng wilh mnxfmum nutrient rclanlJon ENQUIRE TODAY KEN DICKSON or DOUG IRWIN BALER TWINE 5PJCIAL PER BAU 6.95 GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-1 Ml Or-TK'I.U, AS OF A.M. TOIIAV or ASIA Highway 1, Trans CannnV hnro find dry. hoon found at Lho All In Iho Ix-fh- liridgc clisrlicL arc baro anO IIF.YTC.TAVIK (fUniler) 'iry> Bobby won Hie Ifith POUTS OF-' ENTRY f On pn Ing nnrf Closing Coultj rif fhc worlrl rham- ?4 hours; (J.'irway 0 a.m. lo Del I'.dni'a fl to f p.m.; pionnhip Uriny when rritfninp j Uoosrvillc, R lo midnight; II.C., 24 rhnmpion Moris Sparky ro IVulhill 8 a.m. lo midnight; Chief Mountain 7 U> signed on tho Sfilb mm'fi. 10 p.m.; Wildhorssc, 8 a.m. to 9 p iii. ;