Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 News in brief Bvlaw prolecls peri'oi'iners EDMOXTOX Citi council Monday gave third reading to a bylaw which will impose a minimum fine on anyone found guilty of en- as the childish behavior of some fans which endangers the lives of athletes. His attempt to further toughen the bylaw by making it applicable to anyone dangering any person during a iound guilty ol' merely Uttering public performance in Edmou- hockey ice without necessarily endangering a life was defeat- ed. Aid. Ron ion. Maximum penalty upon con- viction is or 30 Aid. who initi- ated the indicated it would help combat such things noting the fins applies to any public per- formance and not just sporting said it should be taken seriously. Kemanded on Jujuor charge EDMONTON Radio station CHED uas remanded to Oct 3 in provincial judge's court Monday on a charge of keeping liquor for sale on its premises. The charges originated Jan. 18 when two city police detec- tives entered the station with a search warrarmt and seized 11 bottles of beer. The was in a soft drinks cooler and vas dispensed from tbe machine at 25 cents a bot- tle. Accident victims identified BANFF ROMP Mon- day identified John C. 55. and his wile Ekie. 49. of Medicine Hat as tuo of five people killed in a two-ear colli- sion near here Saturday Also killed in the accident were Oas Eric Tonn. his 31- year-old wife Edith and their 21-month-old son all of Edmonton. other aged nine and five were re- leased irom hospital Sunday and returned to Edmonton with a relative. Dr. Christopher local has ordered an in- quest into the which occurred about 13 miles west of Banff. Other foods also strpak skyward Meat prices continue steady rise Bv THE CANADIAN PRESS Food to Streak sky- ward in most Canadian centres. A Cross-Canada Survey by Ths Canadian Press indicates that sivloin tip beef roasls have risen as much as 24 cents a poiind in a week in St. and 35 cents since Juyl 30 in Vancouver. All-beef wieners have gone up six cents a pound HI Edmonton. after a big jump last is going up three and four cents a week. The Consumers' Association of Canada weeks of urging has protested to Prime Minister as have other citizens' groups. The CAC has asked emergency maasures be taken to increase the old age pension. Ellen an Edmon- ton got a a month but food prices have gone up much more than that. I'm not eating half the things I used to. I wonder how some people can stay alive A Halifax widow with two sons says she cut down on and switched lo skiin._Grpund i quart of homogenized from 34 chuck is her staple meat. Some shoppers in SI. John's bought freezers in anticipation of more price rises. Ottawa seemed to have the sharpest nss in various items in a market basket shopped in each city. Seventeen standard items were priced in super- markets. Ottawa showed a pound rise in the price of a sir- loin beef roast since last and a 90-cent rise from July 30. The price has gore from a pound to 1.99. A centre loin pork roast now costs a compared with a week ago. Chicken has gone up to 87 cents from 83 and up from 69 cents on April CO. St. John's has a bakery and has had bread priced at 33 cents for several months. A rump roast there now costs S1.99 a pound. A sim- ilar roast was last week. Ground chuck went down last week to from on July 30. aixi now is back up to Si 25. Milk has gone to 41 cents for a cents last week. In a sirloin tip roast was a up five cents from last week and nine cents from July 30. Chicken dropped to 73 cents from 87 as did ground chuck. It is a pound compared with last week and 89 cento July 30. PRICES STABLE Most prices were fairly stable in Toronto week ago. three cents compared with a Wieners dropped a chicken OJcl-asje pavmeiit increased O I Hot and dry Above normal temperatures ore expected to cover the Hast Ontario and much of the prairies during the next 30 according to the 30-day outlook of the United States Weather Bureau. Normal precipitation is expected 1o cover most of the with heavy precipitation on the East Coast. The outlook is not a speci- fic forecast and changes may occur. OTTAWA The basic old-age security payment will government plan to increase disposable income and control he increased to 30 a month food prices and supplies. from 5100 effective Oct. 1. Health Minister Marc Lalonde said Monday night. Mr. Lalonde revealed the fig- ure at a news conference fol- The old-age payment to couples also will be increased about fne per to 5341.OS The five-per-cent increase in tbe guaranteed income supple- lowing Prime Minister mant will increase monthly pay- Trudeau's announcement of a ments to S179.16. Election Act violated WASHINGTON' A re-' counting Office which port that the Wisconsin supervises compliance with the Major firms seek price hike Probe under way into plane crash law. charged McGovern for President Com- mittee apparently violated the mittee with not Federal Election Campaign Act quale has been forwarded to the jus- tice department. The report by the General Ac- LA CORUNA. Spain Aviation experts opened an official investigation here today into the crash in heavy fog of a Spanish Caravelle airliner which killed all 79 passengers and six crew members. Rescuers found the box'' flight recorder among flaming wreckage of the Aviaco airline scattered over a wide area of wooded coun- tryside soon after it crashed Monday on a flight from Ma- I drid while approaching La Co- j runa airport. They also found one man in a i serious condition who later died in hospital. It was not clear whether he had been on board the plane or was one of a group volving Spanish aircraft in the last 12 in which 308 persons have lost their lives. Dollar sold declines ij LONDON The US plennig. The dollar gained a dollar moved up at the opening quarter of a cent in London WASHINGTON Ford models Ford Motor Co. an- Motor Co. was expected today nounced it will formally advise the state com- to join Chrysler Ameri- j the government of a proposed working on a build- keeping ade- can Motors and ofoer major price increase today. which the plaiie stnick as jt Companies v.iln more than million in annual sales could begin proposing pi-ice in- creases Monday as Phase 4 got under although the in-1 he woaM not ive -their na_ creases cannot take effect for tionaiities Witnesses said the Caravelle circled the airport three times It said the law requires the tieasui'er to keep a detailed and exact account. United States lirnis in seeking higher prices under the Nixon administration's new Phase 4 program. With Phase 4 only a day old. Chrysler and American Motors already have announced they intend to raise prices on 1974 crashed. A spokesman for Auaco said seven of the passengers killed to be non-Spaniards. went up three to 82 but is up five cents from July 30. Eggs are up three cents a dozen to 85 cents for medium- size. People in Vancouver have been paying a dozen for medium eggs since July. Al- most everything in the market basket has risen in though by small amounts. Hot dogs are a up from S1.05 last butter is up to 84 cents a pound from 80 cents. A loaf of bread that cost 39 cents last week and 27 cents July costs 43 cents. In sirloin beef 1 roasts are a up j on July 30. Hot dogs are up 10 cents a to 99 1 pork centre cut roasts are up from on July 30. Eggs cost five cents more a at 86 cents. Montreal meat buyers are paying for sirloin tip up 10 cents from last week and 26 cents from July 30. Potatoes dropped in price to 88 cents for 10 pounds of a first from last week. Most ottisr prices were the same es last or changed by only a few cents. Eggs rose three cents a dozen to 80 cents. In a pound of wie- ners cost up six cents from last week. Ground chuck dropped to a pound from and potatoes decreased to for 10 down 30 cents. In Saint a sirloin tip roast cost a up 17 cents from last and wie- ners cost a up 10 cents. Ground chuck was up 29 cents to a pound. Ten pounds of potatoes sold at down 30 cents. Royal birthday Princess Anne will mark her 23rd birthday Wednes- day of a family birthday party at Buckingham Pal- ace. prepara- tions are proceeding for her big day at Westminster Abbey on Nov. when she is to marry Army of- ficer Captain Mark Phillips. Weather and road report SUNRISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET at least SO days. Small and medium-size corn- of European foreign exchange markets and gold dropped to a three-month low. The dollar sold at 2 9645 Swiss pound quoted at with the 4722. Dealers said the dollar is j being helped by improving U S francs in two centimes U'ade price and higher interest rales above Monday's and at that discourage borrowing for 2 4150 marks in up a gold speculation. I Remanded 011 fraud charges BRISBANE Rob- ert wanted in Vancouver on theft and fraud was remanded today until Aug. 21 when he appeared in an court. The court was told that extra- d i t i o n proceedings against will begin Aug. 21. He is free on 350.000 bail Groves was charged with theft. fraud and criminal breach of trust in after paid by the Brit- ish Columbia government to Groves's construction company Australian magistrate's disappeared. The money was for school construction. He disappeared before he could be prosecuted in Canada but arrested earlier this year by Australian police. Israel censure approved UNITED NATION'S All 15 members of the United Nations Security Council agree that Israel should be censured for forcing down an Arab air- liner last ueekend. But a split panies are free to raise prices in heavy t and while making immediately as long as the tvio i Rescue spaceship reaclv Alan Dr. Owen Garriott end Jack Lcusma will bs able to return safely to earth Sept. 25 in their Apolio ship. A Saturan 1-B with a HOUSTON. Tex. The rocket and spaceship being pre- par.ad as possible rescue ve- hicles for the Skylab 2 astro- nauts were to move to the launch pad today at Cape Cana- new Apollo perched on was Fla. to make the trip to the space agency offi- i launch pad from an assembly cials emphasize the move is a j building on a giant tracked precaution. They feel confident i transporter. Agiiew lo siibm i t docuinents mauds for punitive action. Debate continued and a vote was not expected before Thursday. The United States. Israel's traditional indicated it is ready to join in a censure motion as the 15-nalion council opened the debate Monday. But a U S. spokesman said his dele- gation will opposa any resolu- tion going beyond censure. owner of the air- hopes to negotiate a com- promise resolution that will get U.S. support and still carry some form of penalty or threat of penalty against Israel. Israeli jets intercepted the price increases are justified by 1 lising costs The adminis- j tration's 60-day price freeze ended at midnight Sunday night. Amonc the first of the major companies to inform the admin- j istration of an intention to in- i crease prices in 30 days were Chrysler Corp. and Armco Steel Corp. j 1 Chrysler proposed a S7I in- j crease on prices for 1974 model 1 auLos and trucks. American Mo- 1 tors previously had proposed a i increase. INCREASE SOUGHT Armco Steel said it wants a five-per-cent increase in the price of sheet steel used in the home appliances. Bethlehem Steel second biggest steel producer in the U.S.. and National Steel Corp. also said they were pre- paring proposed price in- creases. Food prices already are up sharply under Phase 4. and in- creases for clothing and paper 1 a landing attempt struck the tops of eucalyptus trees with its right wing tip. The plane exDloded into three parts which fell into flames onto a group of houses being built in the they said The crash wss the third in- Kennedys involved in car mishap Two sons of Mass_ me late Senator linplicaled John Dean 111 was named a co-conspirator Monday in an influence peddling case involving a secret 000 case contribution to President Nixon's re-elec- tion campaign. Former Attorney-ger.eral John Mit- chell and former Commerce secretary Maurice S t a n s were indicted in the case May 10. Four killed iu 3 car WASHINGTON An i the financial and tax records pJane over Beirut Friday night aide to Vice-President Spiro Ag- they sesk in an investigation of products are short time. likely within a new has hinted that Agnew will turn over to federal prosecutors MODERN INDUSTRIAL RENTALS Ave. S. Phone 328-8896 and Owner RUG SHAMPOOERS FLOOR SANDERS RENTAL IS YOUR BEST BUY political corruption in Mary- land. J. Marsh Thomson. Agnew's news said Monday- night Agnew intends to ide everything which is per- tinent at the appropriate i Judah one of Agnew's refused to comment beyond saying a decision will be reached this on whether to release the documents to U.S. Attorney George Beall in Baltimore. The records sought by Beall date back to the beginning of Agnaw's tuo-year term as gov- ernor of Maryland in 1967. and diverted it to a military j airfield in Israel in hopes of capturing George the leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of and three other guerrilla leaders The four were not aboard. Hostage claim Scientific group to MONTREAL a Montrealsr said Mon- day to be held hostage by Black September Arab is being held by Montreal police The sheer enormity of the needs of Cal- poralyzingly according to a Cana- dian who has lived there for over a year with her husband and two children. In Weekend Magazine thit Patricia Wei bourn tells of the the poverty and some of the surprising joys of life in one of world's leajt inviting cities. IN YOUR IETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Robert F. Kennedy escaped serious injury when the open car driven by one of them over- turned on a winding and hilly highway. One of the five girls riding with them was seriously hurl. David 18. suffered a possible sprained back when the car driven by his brother Jo- seph flipped over Monday afternoon on Nantucket Island. Nantucket police said Joseph Kennedy was issued a citation for operating a motor vehicle negligently. David was reported in satis- factory condition at Cape Cod Hospital ihere. Joseph was not hurt. A spokesman for the hospital ssid one of the five girls was in serious condition with a possible spine fracture She was identi- fied as Pamela of Mass Mary Schlaff. 23. of Grosse was in hospital with a fractured pelvis and right leg. She was listed in good condition. Tlie injured were taken first to the Nantucfcet Cottage Hospi- tal about four miles from the accident. Later they were flown by helicopter to the hospital about a 30-mile trip. collision By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA A group of about 15 Canadian scientists is sched- uled lo visit China for about starling Sept. 21. The Canadian scientific dele- gation will be headed by Fed- eral Science Minister Jeanne Sauve. The delegation will be leav- ing a matter of days or pos- sibly even hours before a more important entour- age led by Prime Minister Trti- deau arrives in Pekine for a visit Oct. and will appear in court later police said. Details of Landry's arrest or what charges he may face were not made public.. po- lice said he was arrested just after midnight in a west-end Brebeuf Street apartment. A man claiming to be Landry called an English-language ra- dio station Monday night and i A .1 r said the reports o'f the Black IllIIOI I 3CCS September action were a Tto man told CFCF had never been to Hong Kong where the reports originated. He would not say where he was calling from. RCMP said earlier that the reports may be a hoax. They made their statement after calls were made earlier in the day to three newspapers by a man who claimed to member of the terrorist group. llicft charge VANCOUVER Xavi- era author of the best seller The Happy has been remanded to Nov. on a charge of theft under is alleged to have shoplifted three night- gowns from a Vancouver de- partment store on June 8. She ia free n flOO bail. RADIUM HOT SPRINGS. B.C. Four members of a Montana family and a youth trcm Spokane. were' killed over the weekend in a three car collision 34 miles northeast of this Kootenay Park resort in the Rocky Mountains. RCMP identified the nctims as 45. his wife 51. and Mrs. Volz's sons James Paul Ouellette. 15 and Thomas Neal all of and Steven of Spokane. The Spokane youth's broth- Terry and were injured in the accident. They were treated at Windermere district hospital at 1 B.C.. then transferred the Foothills hospital in where their condition was re- ported to be serious. Police said the accident oc- curred while a northbound driven by Steven pulled out to pass another vehicle on Highway 93 and Tsras in colli- sion with a southbound vehicle driven by Mr. Volz. A third bearing Alberta licence plates and driven by Joseph struck the Volz car while trying lo avoid .the then left road and hit a police said. Mr. his wife and two Kelly and were treated in hospital for then released. An- other occupant in the Alberta Elizabeth suffered Prc _ Pincher Medicine Hat .pi Grande Banff Calgarv Victoria Prince Kam'oops Saskatoon .01 Winnipeg Toronto Montreal St. .32 .05 .05 Fredericton .02 New Miami Lcs Angeles Denver Phoenix Rome Paris London Amsterdam Moscow Lcllibridge Medicine Hat fijunuy. Highs around 30. Lows 55-60. Wed- Sunny. Highs pear SO. Calgary highs in the low 80s. Lows 40- 50. Cloudy. Chance of a shower. Highs 70-75. Columbia Kootenay Region Mostly sunny and v.arm. Highs mid 80s. Wednes- Cloudy with a few show- 'ers in northern regions spread- ing to southern sections in the evening. Cooler. 45 to 50. Highs 75 to 80. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Partly cloudy west thunderstorms east today and early tonight. Wednesday wide- ly scattered showers and thun- derstorms in the mostly fair in the east. Continued hot. Highs today and Wednesday 85 to 95. Lows tonight 55 to 65. West of the Continental Di- vide Sunny today. Scattered showers and thunderstorms Wednesday. Continued hot tn the south but cooler in the north Wednesday. Highs today 80 to 95. Lows tonight 45 to 55. Highs Wednesday 80 to 90 south 70 to 83 in the north. FENCE POSTS PRESSURE TREATED Get Your Fencing Done While Posts Are Available At Reasonable Prices GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Couttt Highway Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTFSY OF AMA Highway dry. reported bare and Widening of one mile section of Highway No. 3 east of Fort Macleod is In progress. All remaining highways are In good driving condition. PORTS OF EN FRY t.-.d ..-g A-' n 9 a.m. to 5 Carway 6 a.m. to Chief Mountain 7 a.m. to 10 Coiitts 24 Del Bonita 8 am. lo 9 8 a.m. to Wild fractures to both hands. An inquest opened at Inver- mere Monday and was ad- journed to an unspecified date I M Porthm following formal identification 8 m. to 5 p.m. Logan Pass 7 a.m. to 10 p Open June of the victims. Roowilto 6 a.m. to midnight.