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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LnHRRIDGE HERALD Wftrintiriny, Auguil 1ft, 1972 NAME AFTER NAME Preliminary copfes of the B.C. voters' list aro slucJied by deputy registrar Bob Morris, left; chief electoral officer Ken Morton and enumerator Bob PaHerson in Vancouver. Mr. Morton expecfs to have about eligible volers once final figures aro completed. (CP Wireph: B.C. election campaigners busy on Vancouver Island By THE CANADIAN TRESS Three of the provincial party leaders concentrated most of their campaigning for the Aug. SO election on Vancouver Island Tuesday v.'hile Conservative leader Derril Warren toured the Kootenay area of south- eastern British Columbia. In Victoria, Premier W. A. C. Bennett told a rousing Social Credit rally of more than several voluble hecklers that the B.C. gov- ernment will launch a late- night ferry service to Vancou- ver Island. New Democratic Party lead- er Dave Barclt, speaking in Campbell River, told a packed audience of more Ihsn 250 thai an NDP government would in- troduce a voluntary pension plan which would pay benefits based on the profits of invest- ment In B.C. Industry. TTACKS SOCREDS Mr. Warren continued his at- tack on Social Credit govern- ment policies, telling a Nelson audience that there was lots of federal money for local initia- tives programs and opportuni- ties for youth projects in B.C. but that the province was not co-operating in allocating it. David Anderson, leader of the B.C. Liberal party told a crowd of about 200 in Port Al- berni that a Liberal government would offer a basic minimum Fischer ahead in chess battle REYKJAVIK (AP) Bobby Fischer was only four points away from the world chess championship today after a draw in the 14th game with de- fending champion Boris Spassky. Fischer led the match after blunders by both players produced the draw Tuesday in a four-hour game of 40 moves. The American challenger and the Russian play the next game Thursday. Then Spassky will be playing the white chessmen, giving him the advantage of the first move, hut his chances of overtaking Fischer appear slimmor by the minule. Yugoslav grandmaster Sveto- About The NEW INVISIBLE LENS (MULTILUX) zar Gligoric said at Ihe end of Tuesday's game: "Fischer is simply the heller player." With a win counting one point and a draw half, Fischer needs a total of I2'i to unseat Spassky. To keep hi? title, the Russian needs 12 points. International grandmaster Isaac Kashdan said in an analysis for The Associated that Tuesday's game con- sisted of: "Part One-Fischer blunders, loses pawns; Part- blunders, returns pawn; Part re- alize they can do no more dam- age, agree on a draw." Fischer played the Queen's Gambit Declined, but "Spassky had an easy time in developing his piccev." Ka.shclsn said, while the American "moved bis kingside pieces up and back in seemingly meaningless fash- ion." "He may have been content with a draw in view of his big advantage in the score and was challenging Spassky to do the analyst com- mented. government automobile Insur ance package in addition lo regular coverage supplied by- private companies. Premier Bennett said he would release more detail, about Ihe proposed late-nigh ferry service today. He said a four-man commit tee, headed by Monty Alcious general manager of B.C. Fer ries, would meet Thursday to set up a trial run for the ser- vice. Mr. Bennell spoke for 40 mln utes, devoting much of Ihe time lo reviewing tho accomplish menls of his government dur Ing tho past 20. years. 'Vote for yourself in Ihli province and if you vole foi yourself in this province you'! vote Social he said. The premier also said hi government's proposed in crease in provincial supple mcntary pensions to old peop! will give recipienls "considei ably more" than a montt Mr. Barrett said the NDP' proposed new peasion pla would permit B.C. citizens t, participate in tho devclopmen of the province through tht own investments and all in Kexburg, which has n population of a special ruling of the Idaho attorney- general was needed lo allow him to do so. Tile Calgary Police Commis- sion selected Chief Charles Gain of Oakland, Calif., to head tho city's 700-mnn force but he withdrew bis application after some citizens and seven alder- men manouvred to ensure a Canadian got the Job. Sinco Chief Gain's withdraw- al, the Calgary Police Commi- sion has debated whether to re- sigrjng en masse because of city council lack of confidence to review the applications again to select a Canadian. More than 80 men applied from Canada, the United Stales and Britain to replace M. J. Kent who has retired. Toronto overcrowded TORONTO (CP) Melronol- llan Toroni'i's in. wo hole) motel rooms were booked solid Tuesday night, the eve of the Canadian National Kxhhltion opening. A spokesman for tho Convention anil Tourist Hurcau blamed the .shortage of accorn- odations on the Knights of Col- umbus convention, a tourist boom and H in opening a new downtown hold. Housing crisis nearly solved CLARESHOLM Mayor Er- nie Patterson announced today that B and E Homes of Calgary have taken out a building per- mit for for 3.1 row housing units and another (100.00 permit for 10 public housing units. two per mils bring the total build- ing permits for Uie Town of Ciaresholm In 1972 to 00. With construction of these additional W units of housing, a total of approximately 70 new residential unils are under non-tnirlion in Clarisholm In W72. Mr. Patterson said, "This Is a start in alleviating our severe bousing .shortage, and with the additional plans for residential construction in 1972 thai are now in the planning stages, Ciaresholm shall lie well In its v.ay solving ils housing cri- sis by ast two weeks visiting Peru and Chile. Mr. Pai exchanged a few re- marks wilh Mr. Pcpin, shook lands with some Chinese and Canadian officials, then was aken to a government guest TOUSO. He proceeds today lo ronto lo slart Ihe business end of a 10-day Canadian tour. Clutching a red bompjct, Mr. Pai was pursued at the airporl by aboul eight flag-waving chil- dren from Ottawa's Cliinese community. Ho broke into H brief, ner- vous smile by way of acknowl- edging their cheers, quietly said something, and passed through tho exit door. Tho wholo arrival ritual, from landing ramp to lim- ousine, took no more than tlireo or four minutes. Mr. Pal, 54, spent at least thai much time sitting with Mr. Pcpin In Iho motionless lim- oti.sinc wailing for (he. rest of his seven-car motorcade to form up. Mr. Pal will Ite back here Friday for official talks with Mr. Pepin, expected to bear heavily on Sino-Canadlan trade relations. STORAGE and CARTAGE LTD. 2345 2nd Ave. A North 327-5734 NOW OFFERS Daily Calgary to Lethbridge 40' flat deck frailer service Check us for the best prices Free forkliff unloading for full palletized isac's to Lethbridge "SPEEDY HALLS IT ALL" May probe Smallwood operation ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) Premier Frank Moores says he is considering the estab- lishment oi a cahlnet com milteo to prohe some aspects o the former Liberal edmlnls trallon of Joseph Tl. Smallwood following Iho discovery of ccr tain files. Mr. Moores said In an Inter view today some of the files re- moved hy Ihe government from an office In the Colonial Build ing were "fascinating." He said a prohe is necessary "so that the rest of us can ge on with Ihe Job oi planning tlio future of Newloundland." The office In the building, for- mer seal of Hie legislature and now a provincial museum, was taken over by Mr. Smallwocx when he resigned as premier in January. "We have taken over the space because we need Mr, Moores said. "We haven't kicked him oul if bo returns and he re quins an office then he can have Mr. Smallwood Is In London collecting material for two planned books. Ho has been away from Newfoundland sinci last winter. Two killed KDSON, ALTA. (CP) Two persoas were killed and three others injured in a single-v hide accident near this northwestern Alberta commun ity Monday. One of the dtwd was idenlifi ed by police or, M. Coulman, 19. of Edmonton The other victim was identifiet only as a student from Trinidad. Carol Neilson, Joey Eustace Dennis, Ilasseim Choufi, 19, all of FM monton, were in hospital wilt undisclosed injuries mid their conditions were not known. 'lenr arms control lo ftirllicr Iclay congressional approval if ttio Interim five year igrecment signed by Presi- dent Nixon during Iho Moscow ummlt meeting In May. Senator J. William Fiilhrigbl, chairman of the foreign rcla- ions committee, appealed to 'resident Nixon to explain the charges by Jackson that Rus- ian leaders said they had 48 nuclear-powered Y class sub- marines in opcralion or under construction. Jackson, an armed services commilleo member with close connections wilh the defence department and the intelligence agency, said Tuesday that the Nixon administrnlion now mows tho Soviet Union had only 42 Y class nuclear subma- rines in operation or under con- struction. He said that the larger figure win significant because It was taken into account in oul the agreement which allows the Sovlel Union up lo 02 of Iho submarines carrying 16 mis- siles each. Tho United Stales is allowed up to 44 nuclear-pow- ered missilo submarines under the interim agreement. Tho House of Representatives is scheduled to vole on tho agreement today wilh only one hour debate scheduled. The Jackson proposals threalen fur- Iher delay in the Senate vole. Fulbriglit said foreign rein- lions commilleo aides would check wilh the Central In- telligence Agency imd hold hearings If necessary, com- mittee sources said. It was ex- tremely unlikely that meetings would be held until after Iho Senate relurns Kepi. 5 from a two-week recess that slarts Fri- day. Renewed effort urged for UCy Anglican union SASKATOON (CP) parliament of Iho The Uniled Church, described Ihe Uniled Church of Canada heard a plea that destroys adventure." Dr, Mooro and Dr. Scott dis- agreed during panel discussion over the nature of nationalism. This in an age in which rcsur gcnl nationalism is used to achieve some form of liber- nallonnlism" rather tcr than na tionalism itself should he l hy Independent people. Tuesday night from their own members and from Anglicans for a renewed effort toward church union. Dr. Robert Craig, Uniled Church leader of ncgotialions towards union with Ihe Angli- "fllcve 'OTm M can Church of Canada, said the enthusiasm for the move, evi- Dr- 'ScoU 5aitl lnl dent a few years ago, has been replaced in many minds hy fear. Canon Ralph Latlmcr, leader of tiie Anglican negotiations, said members of both churches should Ixi personally Involved in (he Ir-sue. Holb men were addressing Ihe 25th general council meel- Ing of Ihe United Church which voted to "receive" a report on the status of ncgotialioa'j to- ward union. It did not take any action on the matter. The two churclics, along vfith the smaller Christian Church (disciples of accepted last year for consideration of their memberships the draft ot a plan of union. A general com- mission is expected to have later Ibis year a plan nt union to go before the general synod of tho Anglican Church in 1973 and he general council of tho United Church in 1SJ71 The "excitement" has gone oul of the move toward unity, said Most Rev. E. W. Scott, pri- male of Ihe Anglican Church. Very Rev. A. B. B. Moore, speaking in his last address prior to the election of his suc- cessor as moderator of the Elected new UC moderator SASKATOON (CP) Rev Bruce of Toronto, who called for a new responsiveness and fin end to rigid structure, was elected moderator of the United Church of Canada Tues- day night. Dr. McLcod, 43, was the youngest of the four candidates for tho office, top post in Can- ada's largest Protestant denom- ination. lie was Hec'lrd on Ihn fourth hallol on Mm first day of (ho 2.1th general council meeting. Runner-up was lawyer John of Kingston, Ont., who, if elcclwl, would have teen the church's second lay moderator. Third in the balloting was Ilev. Clifford Ellioll of Toronto, min- j isli'r of Metropolitan Unitei Church. JAAAES MURK FAMILY MUSICALE "ChlcngoFcrnd'i Equlvntnnr of tha Von Tho Chicago THURSDAY, AUGUST 17th p.m. LETHBRIDGE ALLIANCE CHURCH 1202 -rirll AVENUE SO. change as "a mood of caution Lt-Gov. of B.C. to retire VICTORIA. (CP) Colonist says it lias learned Lt.- Gov. John Nicholson of British Columbia will announce his ro- lircmont In tho very near fu- ture, The newspaper Bays Its pro- vincial government source! imve Indicated tho 71-year-old lieutenant governor will esk Primo Minister Trudcau to name a successor before normal term rims out. Mr. Nicholson, however, said Tuesday lie had "no comment" to make on the matter. He was appointed to the of- fice in 1903 and tho term, though not normally specified, usually runs for five years. The Colonist says its inform- ants say Mr. Nicholson will re- tiro for reasons of health and that consultations between Premier W. A. C. Bcnnclt and Prime Minister Trudeau will arranged to consider his successor. In January this J'ear, Mr. Nicholson collapsed at a dinner parly at Government House but was released alter a short stay in hospital. Hike permits EDMONTON (CP) The Al. berta lands and forests depart- ment will issue antclopa hunting permits on a draw basis this year, it was announc- ed Tuesday. Lands and Forests Minister Allan A. Warrack snid In a news release that lld.s is an In- crease of 100 from last year. The season tor antelope opens Oct. 23 in the southeastern part of the province and closes Oct. 28. Weather and road report SUNIIISK THURSDAY SUNSET II PInchcr Crock Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff Calgary Victoria Penlicton Prince George- Kamloops Vancouver Saskatoon ___. ftegina Winnipeg 77 75 ...79 77 7G BO 77 63 I, Prc .03 06 50 78 41 73 61 63 50 70 62 61) 58 62 1.41 Toronto ..........71 44 Ottawa ...........72 51 Montreal...... 72 49 St. John's 62 'IS Halifax Charlottctown .61 18 Fredcricton ......72 Chicago .........fi9 oi New York Miami Los Angeles Los Vegas Phoenix Honolulu Paiis Berlin Amsterdam Moscnw Stockholm Tokyo 79 59 EC (il B2 M 95 fid 101 74 60 77 (JO lit 70 (il 61 OI 70 51 70 52 7.1 5fl 90 76 I-'OKF.CAST: Lctlihrhlgc Mainly today nntl llmrwioy with IEO- latixl afternoon or evening filmwcrs or llnmderfthnwcrx. High holli days ncnr 75. so-ss. Calgary Mainly sunny to- day evening thumlcrshowors near the foothill-.. Highs 75-80. Lows near Cloudy periods Thursday with afternoon -show- ers or thunddrshowers. Highs near 75. Columbia Kootenay Region and Thursday: Mostly cloudy with n few showers and isolated thunderstorms. Winds locally gusty in thunderstorms. Highs days 70 to 75. Lows tonight near 50. MONTANA Kast of Continental Showers ami scattered thunder- storms numerous west portion today whero a few heavy tiumdci storms may or- cur this nftcrnoon. Scattered showers and thunderstorms continuing Thursday. Varlablo cloudiness wilh no Important temperature changes. Highs to- day and 'i'hursday 70s nntl low fite. 53 to 65. West of CiinlJnenlal Divide JVumcj-fuLs showers and thun- derstorms today with risk of heavy thunderstorms Ibis afternoon. .Showers and thun- derstorms decreasing tonight and Thursday. A little cooler. Highs bnth days moslly 70s. Lows tonight in 50s. OWATONNA 200 9' HAYAAASTER Contour flotation _ Qeu all crop from every fiold Conlrollott crop conditioning a thorough but oantlrt conditioning action Grcoler hapveilabillty oiiurci crop harvtiting wjlh maximum nutrient rotonrion ENQUIRE TODAY KEN DICKSON or DOUG 1RWIN [BALER TWINE SPECIAL PER BALE 6.95 GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY, lETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-1 OWKIM. AS Or A.M. TODAY COURTKSY OK AMA All In Ilia bridge disrtict ato bare ano dry. liijihwny 1, Trans Canada ijjlnvny, bnic and dry, PORTS OF KSTKY (Opening anrt Closing Coult.i hours; Carway I! n.m. to mldnifihl; Dp' Honila n n.m. lo p.m.; Hnowvillc. Fi.C. fl n.rn. lo inidnlgbl: KitiH'.n'do. It.C n hniirs; I'ciilhill llykcrls am lo midnight; Chief Mnnnlain 7 am lo I J.O p.m.; Wildhorise, 8 a.m. la t p.m, ;