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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHBRIDCE HERAID Saturday, August 7, 1971 Moonquakes awaited HOUSTON (AP) Scientists Ere for a [lurry of moonquakes this weekend that might help pinpoint a region deep in the moon where 00 per cent of the lunar temblors ob- served seem to originate. They have speculated the re- piuns "might be pools of hot liq- uid rock. by all three seismomelers now on the lunar surface, including the new one left at the foot of the Apeninc Mountains by Apollo 15, Die experts hope they will be able to determine the precise source of the quakes. Dr. Gary Latham of Columbia University's Lamont-Doherly expects the temblors today or Sunday because Uie moon will be closest to earth. This is when earth's gravitational pull on her satellite will be greatest. It has been during this passage each If tire shudders nre recorded I Geological Laboratory said li Help wanted from Mackasey MONTREAL (CP) Negotia-1 .Miss Lennox said she was not lions between telephone opera-! sure what the next step would tors and Bell Canada broke off today and the anion said it would appeal to Labor Minister Bryce Mackasey for help. Mary Lennox, president of the Traffic Employ- ees Association, said there was no point continuing bargaining while Bell was "unprepared and arrogant." She said 23 meetings have been held since federal concilia- be but she intended to ask Mr. Mackasey for help today. Mr. Doucet is also expected to make a report to the minister. The union laeder said em- ployee job security and protec- tion sid wage are major issues. Bell operators with four years experience now earn a maxi- mum of S104.75 for a week in the company's highest- tor G. 1. Doucet was called in: paid regions. Three other areas July 19. i have lower wage scales. Lelhbridge girl's body found SASKATOON (CP) body found Sunday in the South Saskatchewan River has been identified as that of Glen- na Marie Sauter, 8, of Leth- bndge. The child was lost Jan. 2 af- ter she went to the river with some friends, stepped on the ice and disappeared. The badly decomposed body was spotted by three boys and coroner Dr. Sydney Fogel, who went to the scene, said he was satisfied it was the body of the missing child. Glenna Marie Sauter is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sauter of 284 7th Ave. S. AI A graveside funeral service was held at 4 p.m. Friday at Archmount Memorial Gardens here. moon- month, called perigee, that the 1 moonquakes have been ob- served. Using a seismometer left by Apolh 12 in the moon's Ocean of Storms in November, and one left in the lunar high- lands at Fra Mauro last Febru- ary by Apollo 14, Latham has determined that 80 per cent of the tremors come from a single region. The two instruments also lo- cated another 10 sources ol smaller seismic activity. "If the source of high activity is well to the south of the Apollo 12 and 14 .sites rather than to the north ajid between the three stations, we may not be able to see it on the Apollo 15 seismo- he said in a briefing. "But if it happens to fall be- tween those three stations, then I think there is very little doubt we'll see it. "And if we see it on all three instruments we will be able to locate it." The Apollo 12 and 14 seismo- meters are 100 miles apart just below the moon's equator and form the base of a triangle. The Apollo 15 instrument 600 miles to the northeast is the triangle's apex. The moonquakes, which occur "like clockwork" during each periger first were observed with the Apollo 12 seismometer. Based o n those observations, Latham suggested that a rille or WARM ACROSS COUNTRY Warm weather is expected to cover the country todcy wilh showers in parts of Alberta and the east coast. Figures indicate expected high temperatures. Other features are for mid day. Guerrilla slain RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) Police have shot and killed n terrorist suspect they said was a national leader of the under- ground guerrilla organization canyon near the landing site 1 was interacting with earth's gravity to cause the temblors. But after o b s e r v i g the quakes with two instruments when the Apollo 14 seismometer was erected, Latham discovered the regions of activity deep in the moon and discarded the rille idea. He has proposed, as a tenta- tive explanation, that the re- gions might consist of pools of Popular Revolutionary Van- consist_oi poos ot guard. The victim was Jo5e hot liquid rock. During perigee, Haimundo da Costa, who had i forces the been on wanted lists since June, 1969. chef NOW at the town Our Delightful SMORGASBORD AVAILABLE ON WEDNESDAY EVENING to p.m. SATURDAY EVENING to p.m. Adults 2.25 Children Under 12 Town Chef Professional Bldg. Across from Paramount Theatre liquid rock, or magma, out into cracks in the surrounding lunar interior, causing the quakes. Proving the existence of such pools of magma would play an important role in deciphering the moon's thermal history. Only cool man is Colin Irwin PRUDHOE BAY, Alaska (Heuter) Colin Irwin, young Englishman who is at- tempting to become the first man to sail the Northwest Pas- sage, met with his first ice problems in the Arctic Ocean near here today. The British Petroleum camp received word from Irwin via radio fiat a 10-knot wind from the north had moved the Great Ice Pack into the shore leaving Irwin with no open water. He's reported to have taken shelter in the lee of Flaxman Island, one of a string of smal islands just off shore about 50 miles from here. One spokesman said that before today Irwin was "like moses." "Where he goes the water parts before him." A spokesman said that southerly wind that could move the ice pack away from shore Candidate appeals ruling on religious broadcasting CALGARY (CP) Rev. Bob Simpson, Social Credit candi- date for Calgary-North Hill in the Aug. 30 Alberta election, said Friday he has appealed a Canadian Radio Television Commission ruling. In a telegram, the commis- ROTHMANS CALENDAR OF COMING EVENTS Planning a community Event? Then [esenre l Rothmani Special Event! Caravan now. Be Caravan, with its public f _._. PI address system and modem stage tacililiu is available FUJIHMANb IEI 1m of chaise by wilting (o: Promotion Department, HIT Til nil Rothmans ol Pall Mall Canada Linitcd, 3-lM 8lh SSeEl i South East, Calgary 24, Alberta, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7 Circle Square Dance Club, monthly square dance in Southminsler Hall, Box lunch please, SUNDAY, AUGUST 8 Henderson Lake Park, Mint Juleps, 2-4 p.m. Order of Foresters, picnic at Park Lake, starting at 1 p.m. AUGUST 9-13 Vacation Bible School, Native Friendship Centre, all boys and girls 4-11 years, Handicrafts, games, etc. Tha Rolhmnn'i Weekly Calendar of Events if a servicj lhal is provided free of charge 1o all non-profit organizations in the aren. In order that your organization's events are listed on the Calendar, send the necessary informa- tion by mail please to MRS. HELEN KOVACS, The lethbrjdgo Herold. SATURDAY, AUGUST 14 Voice of Alberta Native Women's Society meeting, p.m.. The Lethbridge Friend- ship Centre, to discuss Workshop in LSeptem- ber. AUGUST M-15 Gyro Club, Circus, Exhibition Grounds and 0 p.m. Sunday and p.m. DAILY Yuko Japanese Garden, 8 a.m. to p.m. Alexander Gait Museum, 10 to p.m. Monday through Saturday, Sunday 2-5 p.m. Forl Whoop-Up Compound and Mine Train, Indian Rattle Park. Mile Drop-In-Cenlre, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday Ihrough Friday, and all statutory and public holidays. r- sion ruled that Mr. Simpson must give up his Sunday reli- gious broadcasts in Calgary during the election campaign. Rev. Simpson says the broadcasts are only religious in content and are his main means of support. "If clergymen who become candidates for election must give up their work, then pub- ushers of newspapers who also run in elections should do the same." He said the interpretation of the act is discriminatory in that it does not deal equally with all candidates. Mr. Simpson protested to Pi- erre Juncau, chairman of the commission. Falls off truck CALGARY (CP) Clarence Twoyoungmen. 19, of Morley, died in hospital Friday night of injuries he received when he fell from the back of a truck on Highway 1A about 30 miles west of Calgary- BEST CUSTOMER Australia's best customer for her exports during the last fin- ancial year was Japan. was not expected for two or three days. Irwin had rested here for two days and set sail again Thurs- day for Barter Island, 100 miles east of here. Egg board wins okay WINNIPEG (CP) Manitoba egg producers have voted over- whelmingly in favor of estab- lishment of an egg marketing board and a quota system that could cut production by 13 per cent in order to maintain prof- itable prices. Manitoba and Ontario are the only provinces that have not already established egg mar- keting boards. Charitable organizations to maintain autonomy VATICAN CITY (Reuter) The Vatican has officially de- nied it is seeking control of an estimated million collected annually by Roman Catholic charitable organizations around the world. It also denied Friday allega- tions that it wants to control such funds in order to make sure Roman Catholic money is only spent on charitable pro- jects in harmony with Vatican diplomacy. The denial followed the an- nouncement month by Pope Paul that a pontifical council would be created under his sec- retary of state and right hand man, Jean Cardinal Villot of France. A Vatican announcement at the time said the purpose of the council was to harmonize the activities of Roman Catholic charitable organizations i n order to avoid duplication of ef- fort. The council would not itself control funds, it said. FEARS EXPRESSED But articles in both the Italian and foreign press have ex- New Manitoba lottery based on Grey Cup WINNIPEG (CP) Mani- toba government officials an- nounced here the province's first p o s t-centennial lottery will be based on the Grey Cup football game Nov. 28 in Van- couver. Lome Leach, chairman o[ the Manitoba Lotteries Com- mission, said the Grey Cup lot- tery would be the first of three annual lotteries. The other two will be based on the Canadian curling championships, the Brier, and the Manitoba Der- by. pressed fears that the result would be that the Vatican will control all Catholic charity and make sure it is spent in accord- ance with church policy. Normally Vatican meets criti- cal press comment either with stony silence or wilh a denial in the Vatican daily newspaper, Osservatore Romano. But in its explanatory note on "doubts" expressed by the press, which Bir.oirnled lo a full-length denial, the commission said each chari- table organization will keep its own autonomy of structure and function. It added the aim is merely to avoid duplication and noted that at present there is a "consider- able waste of personnel and of means." The best tobacco money can buy STATUTORY GRAPE CLEARS OUT It was announced earlier this afternoon lhal Ihe STATUTORY GRAPE BOUTIQUE'S ANNUAL AUGUST CLEAR OUT wilf begin on MONDAY at a.m. sharp The GRAPE has shook up pricei on jeans and slacks ol every style and color, body shirts and dress shirts of every description, not to mention spring and fall jacket! or sweaters. Word has it that the prices are unreal. Man, what a sale this is going to be! Some of the brand names included in the sale are HIS, GWG, Rendale, Dales of Montreal, Caldwell, Malibu, Gaslight, BVD, Tooke Van Heuscn and Harraday, jusl lo mention a few. For those people who have patiently wailed for this fantastic sale, a big THANKS. For those who have not yet had the experience, a big WELCOME. Remember, that's at a.m., Monday, August 9 Ihrough August 14, at the STATUTORY GRAPE BOUTIQUE, 325-7lh Downtown. Took lie test TORONTO (CP) Rae Heighes, whose apparent sui- cide has raised questions about the entire inquest procedure in Ontario, took a lie detector test a week ago to prove his innoc- ence in his wife's poisoning death, a Toronto private detec- tive -ays. The detective, John Jurens, who rdminisfcrcd the test in Owen Sound, Ont., said Friday he would not discuss the results of 'Jic lest. The 57-year-old Owen Sound man, a key figure in the inquest into the strychnine-poisoning of his wife, was found dead Fri- day, apparently of a self-m- i flictcd bullet wound. Mr. Jurens said he was not subpoenaed to testify alMHif the test at the inquest. Mr. Heighes' sons, Gerald and Rae said Friday their father took his life because ne was depressed over the treat- ment he felt he had been gelling at Ihe inquest. HOUNDED HIM' "They hounded Buster, 21, said in an interview. "At the beginning (of the in- quest) there was no indication at all but he got depressed later. Father asked for a lic-dct- cctor lest. He wanted It cleared up. WP never heard the results. He wanted them off his back." Gerald, ID, said his father told him a few days ago that he (the father) had nothing to live for. He quoted his father as say- ing: "My wife is dead, two .sons are married and the third is n drifter. He said his father added: "It looks as if they arc trying to blame it on me." Home grants won't up price EDMONTON (CP) Pre- mier Harry Strom said Friday his Social Credit government's olcctioii program to provide grants to purchasers of new homes will not increase the price of homes. The previously announced program drew criticism from NDP leader Grant Motley who said it would create a demand for new homes and line the pockets of developers and speculators. "The program will not. in- crease the price of homes be- cause contractors will not know whether or not the pur- chaser qualifies for a Uic premier said in a news re- lease. Mr. Sti-om said his office had been "deluged" with in- quiries about the proposed pro- gram wliich will be limited to families residents in Alberta during the previous year a home for the first time. The combined incomes of a husband am' wile may not ex- ceed during the pre- Three held in Alaska robbery SEWARD, Alaska (Reuter) Three young men were charged today with armed robbery in connection with the theft of up to from the local branch of the First National Bank of Anchorage. FBI agents, state troopers and local police had staged a large-scale search of the wilds surrounding this remote com- munity for the men before cap- turing them. Police kept the roadblocks up tonight because they thought an- other person might have been involved in the robbery. None of the money was re- covered. vlous 12 months to qualify For the grant, the premier said. The program applies to the purchase of new, old and mo- bile homes throughout the province. The premier said that, If re- elected Aug. 30, the govern- ment will make the program effective Sept. 15. Defence bid for Cuba trips 'premature' MONTREAL (CP) Mr. Jus- tice Antonio Lamer has ruled as premature lawyer Robert Lem- ieux's request for a rogatory commission to go to Cuba to collect information which h e says is essential to the defense of three clients awaiting trial. Mr. Lemieux had subpoened Sharp, external affairs minister, to appear in court Fri- day to explain why he had refused to negotiate safe con- duct to Cuba for the commis- sion. Mr. Sharp did not appear and the federal lawyer representing him pointed out that in view of the judgement, Mr. Sharp's presence at the hearing was not necessary. Mr. Sharp is on vacation out- side Canada. Mr. Lemieux maintains that the innocence of Claude Mor- ency, Andre Roy and Francois Lanctot could he proved by ob- taining information from seven people who were sent to Cuba last fall in exchange for the safe release of kidnapped British trade commissioner, James Cross. The three men face more than 40 charges involving dynamite possession and conspiracy to kidnap. They are alleged to have robbed a University of Montreal credit union and to have planned to kidnap Hani- son Burgess, the American con- sul to Montreal. Weather and road report 00 ABOVE 00 ZERO AT SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET H L Prc Lclhbridge 93 GG Medicine Hat 101 68 .17 Pincher Creek 91 62 Edmonton.......82 62 Banff.......... 89 55 .01 High Level...... 81 Grande Prairie 76 Penticton ........99 Prince George 80 Vancouver.......76 Prince Albert 93 Saskatoon......94 Swift Current 100 Moose Jaw 87 Regina..........07 Toronto Ottawa Montreal Quebec......... 75 Chicago Denver Las Vegas New York Phconix........ San Diego San Francisco Washington 52 56 67 46 57 61 C7 69 67 64 01 55 82 64 83 61 56 52 85 50 .102 79 85 6S 100 87 .33 .22 69 81 70 FORECASTS Lethbridgc Medicine Hat Today: Isolated ihundcr- showcrs this morning. A few thiindfirshowcrs with hall at a few localities this after- noon end evening. Winds gusty near showers. Lows to- night near 60. Sunday: A lew morning showers, otherwise mainly sunny. IFighs 85-90. Calgary Today: A few thundershowers this afternoon and evening. Hail at a few lo- calities. Winds gusty near sho'vers. T.OWS tonight near 55. Sunday: Mainly sunny. Highs near 80. Koolenay, and hot with a few afternoon or evening thundershowers. Highs in the 90s; lows 55 to 60. Sun- day: Mostly sunny and not quite so hot. Higlis in the upper 80s. For the Columbia region: Today and Sunday: Mostly sunny but clouding over in northern sections this after- noon. Hot today but cooler on Sunday. Highs today, 85 to 90; Iws, 50 to 55; highs Sunday, 60 lo 85. BEHLEN CURVET STEEL BUILDINGS IHTPORTAOT EXPORT India exported million worth of sen food lo Europe, Japan and Urn Unilccl States in O70. -k Unequalled In quality Easily and quickly erected Rugged service wilh n minimum of maintenance Easily enlarged by adding panel section) Ask about our TRADE-IN" or 'S-YEAR' finance plan GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY I Phone 327-3165 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. P.O. Box 1202 All highways In bridge District are OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESV OF AMA Uio Lelh-1 dry nnd in good driving condl- I dry on bnrc nnd I lion. PORTS OF' ENTRY (Opening nnd CloshiR Coutls 24 hours: Cnrwny 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. MST; Del Rnniln 7 n.m. (o i p.m.; Roosevillc, B.C. 7 n.m. lo II p.m.; KinRSRnlc, D.C., 24 noiirs; Porthill-ftykcrls B a.m. lo midnight. Chief Mountain 0 n.m. lo p.m. WUdhorse, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Logan Pass open 24 hours dally. ;