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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 3t THl UTHBRIDGS HERAID August 17, 1972 1 MONTREAL (CD The United States is tlirealemm; the survival of huixlmts of thou- Fanris of civilians by bombing rlikfs In North VLetiumi. an In- ternational team nf sdcndsls said Wcdnesilny. Ton some of ttic wmlil's tup experts on epsteni Asia'5; land scape, Heads K of C TORONTO RT1 Judge Maurice Perron of Ynlleyfiekl. wns elected Wednesday for a throe-year term on 21- meniber of directors of the Knights of Columbus, the world's Roman Catholic fraternal benefit society. Judge of (he Quebec Provincial was d FCven to M'p hoard nt the three-day meeting of (he society which tins a member- ship of 1.2 million men. Jnctyc Perron succeeds Judge Eugene Marquis of Quebec City who did not stand ro re Two officers and four olhcr directors were re -elected. Directors were: Carmen R. Caponc, Pittsburgh, Pa.: Leo P. Stark, Columbus. Oliio; Thomas M. Kavnrmgh, Lansing, Jlich., and James E. Folcy, Neiv York City. Virgil C, Dcchant of I.aCr- osse, Kan., WHS elected su- preme secretary anti Hatiiel McCormick nf MTiplcwood, N.J.. was fflcrtcf) supreme treasurer. raids Inlil a news conference at tlie University of Monlre.il Hint clrmiiifM 'to tlie sys- lom of dikes could destroy Ilia economy of North Vietnam. geographers fire among lo (tie Inter- national Geographic' Con- gress. .lean Brest] of France, prtsl- der-.t of the Inlernallon.il Geo- Union, said damage lo (likes could upsel the "ex- cenUonnl harmony hetwwn man and nature" in North Viet- nam. 'Hie sophisticated dike system sustains one of the liigh est population densities in Asia Mr. Dresh said he was not speaking on helialf of tlie union Robert Garry, a geographer from the University of Mon treal, said flooding from brokei dikes mean 'M system atic destruction "of crops homes, drinking water, clectri premier said Wednesday night in a tele- phone interview from London. The 71-year-old Mr. Small- wood, who led Newfoundland Into Confederation in and was premier until last January i hopes two planned books will bring in enough ir.- come to enable him to live "comfortably ami "The book that will make the money is the sloty of my life the story of con- federation and the story of my 23 years as The other book will be a history of Newfoundland. Mr. Smallwood has been collec- ting material for the history lr. London. Ha plans to return (o an apartment ho maintains in Clcarwatcr, Fin. within a week or two to begin on the first manuscript, due at the publishers by the end of .January. r'T can never know real re pose until it is written anti begin to receive stibsiantia income from it, "I'm hoping that when I1m 75 I'll be out of debt." "I have enough income live comfortably find travel. "You must remember lhat ip t >i T r "'f ISPi R TIN', Liquor permitted at auditoriums EDMONTON (CP) Tlie A] bcita government will permit unileil service" cf liquor in (lio Jubllco Auditorium at Cal- gary and EdinonlMi, il was an- nounced today. Horsl ik'hmld, mltilsler of yoiilh, culture find recreation, snld the also Is CLOSES LINE This Is part of iho wreckage of 13 Canadian Pacific Railway frcighl and ore cars which derailed near Okotoks, just south of Calgary. Cause of the accident Involving the 64-car train wa) unknown. Tho Una ii expected lo ba cleared Friday. (CP Wirephoto) Nixon vetoes bill WASHINGTON (CP) Pres- ident Nixon vetoed Wednesday a appropriations Mil tor the lahor nnd health, education and welfare depart- ments. Within less tlian Hires hours tlie veto was Upheld by the House of Representatives In tho ipal ministers seek easing education and welfare costs HALIFAX Canada's municipal affairs ministers agreed Wednesday that the bur- den of education costs and .so- cial welfare programs on mu- nicipalities simile! hi! eased, but could not decide how to bring this about. Some n provincial takeover of all iho casts of edu- cation and social welfare pro- grams. Others suggested 75 per cent. Municipal Affairs Minister David J. Russell of Alberta said the matter would be con- sidered again this fall at a meeting of federal, provincial and municipal government rep- resentatives. Tile ministers also agreed to continue discussions o.i (he matter over the next year. Municipal Affairs Minister E. Woods of sug- gested that provinces take over 7.1 per cent of education costs, In his opinion, some responsi- bility should bo left lo local governments. F r a s e r Mooney, Nova Rcolia's municipal affairs min- ister, said his province would awaif Ihe report of the Graham INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO 9 FIRE R05SITER AGENCIES LTO. ARIISHEO lower Moor 517 Chineso Issue "cprjfuri wflrninjjs'1 ihqy military pri hv th" Uiiiffv] Stnte f'.'it nono has hoen sinc Mr. Mooney said the annual conference liad asked the inter- governmental committee on ur- ban and regional research In make a survey of provinces on tax exempt property, .such as that owned churches and schools. A five-member commHtce, during the confer- ence to attempt to formulate a common front for the tri-leve! conference in November, will receive briefs from provinces until Sept. 15, he said. The committee is composed of ministers from UrLtish Co- lumbia, Ontario arid one each from the Atlantic re- gion arid (he Prairies. Tlie vote was 203 to overrldo and 171 against, 47 short of the margin required to strike down Nixon's action. No Senate vote will he lakcn. Nixon, in vetoing the meas- ure, called It "reckless lederal spending" that was billion more than he requested, Nixon, in a direct challenge lo Democrats on a prime issue in Ihe presidential election campaign, said the appropria- tion was the kind of congres- sional spending that "just can- not be done without more taxes or more inflation, hoth of which aklntf provisions for His salo of liquor at the universities of Alberta and C'algary, This, rawcvcr, would depend on slii- lent plebiscites. Mr. Sctnnid Bald n proposal .lint liquor bo served on oil oc- casions nt Ihe provinclnlly-built and mnnnged auditorium was rejected. Individual groups using (ho jubilee auditoriums will havo :o decide whether liquor would appropriate at the functions they plan, snid Mr. Sehmid. Each group would have lo make application for a special permit. e r v t c e would be man- aged try the auditoriums and prices would be in line with those charged at other bever- age outlets. Mr. Sehmid did not Bay whether groups sponsoring ev- ents would receive n sliare of profits liquor sales. Also, no liquor would be sold while performances were In progress. Tiie campus liquor service hod been requested by groups at hoth imiver.sities, spid Mr ned legislation lo ensure Mint liquor licences nt the universi- ties could he removed. It also was announced that dancing hours at cabarets havo been extended one hour. I am determined to avoid." Hold talks SAIGON (AP) Henry A. Kissinger and President Ngu- yen Van Thleu conferred for more than two hours loday on secret peace talks that Iho presidential adviser held with Iho North Vietnamese, In Paris. B.C. election campaign is grinding to stands till VANCOUVER (CP) T lie lampalgn for tlie Aug. 30 Uril- sh Columbia election appear- to be grinding In a stanil- lill Wednesday as tlio party eaders went over parly plnnks Irearly expounded in previous pecchcs, newspaper cids, radio pots and There was nothing So make he electorate sit up and take notice, although Social Credit remior W. A. C. Bennett took lime during an otherwise un- eventful day off to send a tele- gram to Ottawa urging federal ntervention in the "national emergency" created by a dock strike in Vancouver. Tlio premier's action Imme- diately brought charges lhat lie was playing politics ur the dock dispute, alter having repeatedly said it was a feder- al port and a federal responsi- bility. Meantime, Liberal lea d cr David Anderson celebrated his birthday by eating cake and looming up ami down the oa.st roast of Vancouver Islam between Parksville and Vic toria. Conservative leader D o r r I Warren also paid a visit lo th island then refurnc'1 In bi. fiomo rl'ling of North Vancn'iv er Seymour for ;in nil ranHI dates notably lackinj in fervent debate1. Wealher and road report Dave Barrett, leader of the cw Democrats, npencd what vas billed as his "major' visit Vancouver wilh a parly ally at which he reiterated policy on succession lulies and gift taxes he is or them and criticizing a Vancouver newspaper for once gain coming out in support of he Kocrcds. With 13 days still to go he- ore voting day, the news media and not a lew prospec. ive voters were beginning lo shriw signs of boredom with he whole process. Mr. Anderson already nas complained about the apparent lack of voter interest while Mr. Ilnrrctt lias suggested that igs may pork up in the final days of the campaign with series of pronouncements from tho premier. For those not actually on the campaign (mil, it has been dif- ficult to judge just what sort of reception has been given tho leaders. However, It would bo lair to say that the voters haven't ex- nelly been turning out In droves for parly rallies, fn Mr. Heimefl's case, of course, neillicr tho vnfors nor fmynno else knows wdcrr he's going lo be from one day !o Hie ;is he carries on Ills "new s'yle" of campaign. SUNRISK FIL1DAY SUNSET: U 77 B7 78 7fl 71 71] G6 79 63 72 71! fii 77 US 82 62 (IB 70 50 in 6G 7-1 87 75 8f, Pinchcr Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie lianff......... Calgary Victoria Penlicton..... Prince Rupert Prince George Kamtoop.s Vancouver Sns-katoon Regina....... Winnipeg..... Toronto..... Ottawa Montreal..... St, John's..... Halifax Charlottctown Fredericton Chicago New York Miami....... Ixis Angeles Las Vegas Phoenix Honolulu..... Home...... Paris London Berlin....... Amsterdam Moscow vStockholm Tokyo 77 95 101 R2 m 70 S.) 75 5t ..MM nn so 77 51! FOB EC AST: sunny loday with isolated" uliovvers or thumlersliowrrs. Highs 8ft- Ixuvs 50-55. Friday: A lew afternoon stiowers. llighs 75- f'J. Medicine Hal Sunny with a few stiowers or thunncrsbow- crs today. 85-no. Lows near 55. Friday: Sunny wilh a. taw afternoon showers. Higlu m-F.'t. Calgary Sunny with one or two nfteiTioon raid evening s h o w crs or thtindershmv- ers. Itlghs near BO. f.ows 50-55. Friday: Afternoon s bowers. Highs near Cohlinlila. Korttenay region- Today and Friday: Mainly cloudy wilh a few showers. Iso- lated nfternoon and evening tbumlershowers. Winds locally gusty in thunderfihowcrs. Highs liolh days in the lower 70s. f.ows tonight 50 lo 55. MONTANA of Conlinenlnl Variable cloudiness with scat- tered afternoon and nighttima thunderstorms today and Fri- day. Risk of heavy thunder- storms extreme eastern Mon- tana Ibis afternoon and eve- ning with possible bail and gusty surface Little change in temperature. Highs loday and Friday Km wc.sl 85 to 03 cast. tonight 55 lo G5. Wrsl of Cnnlinrnlal Wiiowers a n d thunderstorms ttiis afternoon continuing through Friday. Cooling Ironcl. llighs today 70s. tonight 50s and Iho highs Friday (15 lo Kul. soup for Eskimo students Iwsmtalized 3. Record blast Sw An umJorKrrmH'J r rcmr'ltvl hero 'H V f: T, I, O KNTKK, N.V.'.T. (r-ol mmpf Thrnc rvskimrj control r m hospital in Sprncn Hay ,rjprl (j'hnrs cnt- l.'i n 'i i I ci! wit h f i nt i f Tvcrc stricken with scvcro stomach pninft and n dwlor was ruplu-t] to thn isolated community by air f r n rn Cnmbnilfjo (lay, Hfxmrc Eiay is atKiiit miles (Ir.isfic Rill v.c Jirr Inrik- llriK nl I f] n. Mr. Crfery sdirl. Tfio nrtidonf wctirrwl iv a 1 c r rrmhiininjf nnli-frcoitR frnirt Ihci boiler inlo I ho contrnl supply