Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
28 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, August 11. 1971 Company New faces appear on RCMP's wanted list HAIL DAMAGE C. F. Romero of Whitecourf, north- ern Alberta, holds a hailstone typical of the ones that flattened crops, shattered windshields and windows and sent several people lo hospital with minor injuries in the Whitecourt area. Dents from the hailstones are visible in the hood of his car on which several hailstones are dis- played. Many residents preserved the specimens in home freezers. Estimates of damage in llie area ranged be- tween and million. Objections to new farm bill __c------------- r._ ......._ tnm. ft illllLlH MHJI11U UllSi one-year holiday on loans is important bill lo a comnnltcc of Hie legislature so lhat farmers, dealers, lending institutions and suppliers be given adequate op- 'I porlunily lo make representa- The bill noir before (he Sas-, tjons bill is passed ------u the telegram said. Figures trom five major lond- By BUD JORGENSEN TORONTO (CP) Finance companies and farm implement companies say Lhey and Saskat- chewan farmers will suffer if provincial legislation providing passed. Bankers have expressed doubt that the proposed legislation would apply lo bank loans. katchewan legislature would allow lavmers to suspend pay- ments on farm machinery, live- stock and land debts between Aug. 1. 1071, and Aug. 1. 1972. The Canadian Farm and In- dustrial Equipment Institute a Toronto based organization whose members include major manufacturers of farm imple- a 1.750-u-ord tele- gram Monday to Roy Romanou-. Saskatchewan attornev-general. giving details of the institute's objections to the hill. SEES RISKS "Political expediency should not over-ride the very real ad- verse implications and risks in- herent in this bill lo Hie viabil- ity of !he agrici'Jttiral commun- ity. "We therefore strongly urge that [he government submit this protects Arctic liUMONTON (CP) linnic- clialc steps to protect Ihc clcli- ciiU' Arctic ecology from dis- ruption by oil exploration arc hcing laken by Imperial 0 i 1 Ltd. The announcement came to- day, a week after the- federal government suspended barge unloading and transportation of equipment to the areas or two [proposed wells in the Macken- zie River delta. An agreement between Impe rial Oil and Ottawa will pro tect the fragile ecology of the delta and a bird sanctuary. COHDUROY HOAI) One o( the provisions in tin agreement was thai Hie firm build a "corduroy" road of log to protect the tundra and thi neared complelion today. Jn Yellowknife, N.W.T., D. J Gee, regional manager of wa tor, forests and lands for lh< northern economic develop mcnt branch of the federal gov ernmenl, said Imperial's opera lions would be checked closely He said conditions for trans portation of materials would be determined by inspectors anc gravel pads might be requira lo protect the tundra and the drilling sites. "The inspector on site wil hai-e to be satisfied that the proper precautions have been made before activities can be gin. The precautions are large ly a matter of good common sense." Storage tanks and rubber bladders used to keep fuel on the sitps also will be inspected Breath test decision appealed I TORONTO (CP) Atlomey- I General Allan Lawrence saic Tuesday Ihe Crown will appeal an Ontario Supreme Court deci- sion that anyone has the right to refuse an alcohol breath his lawyer is not present. Mr. Lawrence said the deci- sion Monday by Mr. Justice Edson Ilaincs lhat quashed the .Ian. 21 conviction ot Clarence Wayne Browmidge. of Slayner, Ont., brings the whole concept ot breath-test legislation into question. Brownridge appealed his con- viclion, by provincial Judge 1 Cambin, on a charge OTTAWA a'P) Four new fticcs arc on llic KCMPs lisl of "most wiintrd" persons .sought on charges of various mminnl oflrnce.s. Tlio nuwumiiT.s UIT: Hmuml. ;ilias Gillcs C a s I o n fi u a y, 21, wanted by Quebec Provincial Police, Wind- sor, OnL. and the Ver- mont stale pclicc for escaping custody, armed robbery and cruising dcalli by ei'irninal neg- ligence, JIoighL fi-9, weigh! pounds, light brown hair, brown eyes, medium complexion. "Consider armed and danger- ous." (i c o i pc Forrester, alias R i) n a 1 d Morion, alias ing institutions in Ihe farm im- j (ailing wilholll cx percent and commercial vchi- j cllse providc a breath s ,e ele show Ihe amount I Ior anahsis la Ihe Ontano Comt of Appeal. His lawyer had argued that Toronto police refused to allow Brownridge to consult a lawyer Nov. 19. 1970. lo decide whether (o take the breath lest. Mr. Justice Haines in making his decision said: "It is obvious that as soon as the accused in this case re- quested to consult his lawyer clr-ded in Ihe five are the fi- nance subsidiaries of four major manufacturers of farm imple- ments and (rucks. The Saskatchewan agriculture minislT. .lark Messor says the government has no estimale on the amount of farm debt out- standing. Spokesmen for companies Sykes slams government Limiuii .irtiu mi.' uni ureaiLS an I unfavorable environment for all tending institutions'1 because CALGARY (CP) The So- there is no assurance that the cial Credit government is of- j present expiration date will not fering "unnecessary frills and be extended, luxuries" rather lhan meeting "Consequently. s awyer that make loans for farm equip-; and the request was denied the mcnt say they believe the legis-1 Canadian Bill of Rights was vio- lation would substanlially in-i laled." crease their risks. The telegram from the farm equipment manufacturers' asso- cialion said the bill "creates an Scatter ashes "urgent human Mayor Hod Sykes said Tuesday. "They said Iliev had credit gran- tors are forced to deter- minations us lo whether they undertake fulurc business of money to cover the hospital lending or financing in the prov- rinricitc in Urn info deficit.1; in Die province. ince. "They said Ihey had no mon- ey lo include the ambulance sen-ices in their over-all health care package." But now, lie told the city's fi- nance and budget committee. Social Credit has made election promises ol SI ,000 grants lo qualifying home buyers and million for recreational fa- cililics "Ihal lire people prob- ably don't wanl anyvny." "Suddenly, for some reason. they have lens of millions ot dollars lhat they just didn't have. "I wonder uhal sense of pri- ority, what sense of need, we have in this province. LONDON (Reuter) Sikhs living in Britain have been given official permission to scalier Ihe ashes of their dead in the River Thomes. But they may perform the ritual only down-river from Tower Bridge where Ihe water is not used Tor drinking, the Port of London Authority said Monday night. Stronv Ottawa at fault over high Jobless rale iKn.Mo.vro.v (en Alber- t's unemployment rain won'l be reduced unless Ule federal government changes its eco nomic policy, says Premier llaiTv Stioin. "Alberla is not a major pail of Ihc national economv despite our efforts, we will be wilh economic prob- loirs if the federal government continues ils present course." lie made Ihc slatcment in a news release which was issued before he left on a campaign lour of northern Alberla for the Aug. 30 provincial election. The Social Crcdil govcrn- and I menl remains cnmmilled to Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat It's bow ffluirkly nun slender mnrp if ;iy lose pounds of fill, reducible pmmds iinrl inrlics of ,'hL in your own homi'. Mnki: rxnss r.il. iloii'l itisjippr'iir from in home rrnipn yiiiiracir. Il's :ilirlnmr.n, hips sv, nn Iruiililn nl. nil iiml t I .bisl. I- yilir HrliKstnn, rnrNnnin. I'mir Ihl.l llllil ,k n. pint boltli: nlid (MKiunh In fill Ih, I'V inany Inert kc iwn liiblcapnonsfnl fwira mmn nni-k nl- V riH nnil follnw tin; Inrint: rurvcfl irnii Finn. nuickly If vnur first. ,1'ip.q no! linw mnrh uw ynu u Hinipli' In hcll.T vnn feel More nlivn, so iMlky fill uilil LtJp riii'uill, wmihful nnd ucl.ivo. trying to reduce Alberta's un cn.pioyment rate to 2.9 per cent from the 3.7-per-cent level in June this year, he said. But federal lax changes such as the capital gains lax and Ihc decision to include employer medical care conlributions as taxable in- come, will discourage invesl- mcnt and increased employ- ment, "The most alarming fealiirc of Ihe federal government's i.l- lilude is Ihal it should exist against a background of brutal- ly high unemployment rale and ol high inflation." George Shync. 42, wanted by Victoria MCMP and Edmonton and Toronto police for paiulo violation and armed robbery. Height 5-7, weight ICO pounds, brown hair, hazel eyes, pale con-plexion. "Consider aimed and dangerous." James McClemens, or 29, wanlud by Quebec Pro- vincial Police for escaping cus- tody and robbery. Height 5-0, weight 134 pounds, brown hair, blue eyes, sallow complexion "Consider aimed and danger- ous i m o t h y O'Rmirkc, 40, wanted by Edmonlon. Boisse- vain, Man., and Spokane, Wash., police for armed rob- bery, forgery and ullermg and auto theft. Height S-10, weight IIM pounds, brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion. "Consi- dei armed and dangerous." VHTUIIANS OK LIST Six others slill on the list are. a r n e y Altwerger, alias Barney Auld, alias Barney Alvey, 55, wanted by Toronto police for Iraud. Height 5-G or 5-7. weight 155 pounds, black hair, bi'own eyes, ruddy com- plexion. Choquetle, alias Chuck Taylor, 40, wanted by Quebec Provincial Police for armed robbery. Height 5-11. weight 200 pounds, grey-brown hair, brown eyes, medium complexion. "Consider exlrcmcly danger- ous IV. Cloiiscr, alias Wil- liam Saxlon, alias Chuck A. Wil- liams, M, wanted by the FBI foi escape from mental institu- lion. Excellcnl marksman, on FBI's 10-Mosl-W an led list. "Consider armed and extremely dangerous." Rabiea, alias Yassin Soiilcman Rabbiab, alias Waller Arbib, alias Peninnie, 3d or 48, wauled by Toronto and Los An- geles police, FBI and Intcrpol in Italy for conspiracy, uttering and' fraud. Height 5-7, weight 175 pounds, brown hair, brown eyes, dark complexion, scars on right side of face and right arm. Joseph Palmer, alias Raymond Joseph Holdcn, M, wanted by Victoria RCMP for escaping cuslody. Height 5-6, weifibl 147 pounds, black hair, brown eyes, fair complexion. "Consider armed and extremely dangerous." David Bishop, 20, wanted by Victoria RCMP for possession of slolen property and on Ihc FBI's 10-Most- Wanled lisl lor sabolage. Height 5-8 or 5-9, weight 160 pounds, dark brown hair, brown eyes, medium complexion. "Consider armed and extremely danger- ous." 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