Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 _ THt lETHSRIDCe HERAID Saturday, Augull 51, T9M Soccer results ENGLISH LEAGUE Division 1 Chelsea 2 V..m City 2 Everlon 0 Sheffield U 1 Leeds 0 IVolverhampton 0 Leicester D Derby 2 Newcastle 3 Liverpool 2 Noks F 1 West Ham 0 Southampton 0 Ipswich 0 Stoke a Crystal P 1 Tottenham 4 Iluddcrsfield 1 West Brom 1 Coventry 1 Division IT Birmingham 3 Carlisle 2 Burnley 2 Luton 1 Hull City 1 Oxford 0 Middlesbrough 3 Queen's PR 2 Millwall 1 Blackpool 0 Norwich 3 Portsmouth 1 Orient 4 Cardiff 1 Preston 2 Fulliam 0 Sheffield W 1 Bristol C 5 Swindon 2 Charlton 1 Watford 1 Sunderland 1 Division III Button 0 Bournemouth 0 Brighton 3 Bradford C t Bristol R 2 Tranmere 1 Chesterfield 1 Notts C 2 Halifax T> York 1 Plymouth 1 Blackburn 0 Rochdale 2 Mansfield 1 Rotherbam 3 Bamsley (1 Shrewsbury 2 Torquay 0 Swansea 0 Port Vale 1 VValsall 1 Aston Villa 1 Wrcxham 3 Olclham 1 Division IV Barrow 2 Crewe 1 Brentford 1 Aldershot 1 Cambridge 1 Northampton 1 Troops ready to use force m uorlh CHILLIWACK, B.C. (CP) Defence Minister Donald Mac- donald said here force would be used if necessary in Can- ada's north to protect the coun- try's sovereignty. He said only recently have Canadian troops received ex- tensive training in year-round tactical exercises in the far north. The defence minister was speaking at a news conference following a tour of CFB Chilli- wack. in the Fraser Valley. Mr. Macdonald said he hoped military force would never have to be used between Can- ada and another country over a situation that could be solved through diplomacy. Exeter 3 Trimsby 4 Gillingham 2 Soulhporl Newport 1 Peterborough 1 Heading 1 Chester 0 Sc'untnorpe 2 Lincoln 1 Woking 2 Doneaster 0 SCOTTISH LEAGUE CUP Abe-dccn 1 Falkirk 0 Airdriconians I St. Johnstone 3 Alloa 1 I Arbroath 2 East Fife 2 Ayr 0 Celtic 3 Berwick 2 Queen's Pk 3 Clyde 0 Dundee 1 Clydebank 2 Coivdcnbealh 1 Dimlee U 2 Mothcrwell 2 Dunfermline 1 Hearts 0 Hamilton 1 Forfar 1 Hibernian 3 Kilmarnock 1 Montrose 2 Stranraer 2 Queen of S 1 Dumbarton 0 Raiin 1 Partick 1 Rangers 2 Morton 0 St. Min-en I Albion 0 Stenhousemuir 1 Stirling 3 IRISH LEAGUE Ulster Cup Matches Ballvmena 0 Distillery 2 Bangor 3 Portadown 1 Cliffonville 0 Coleraine 2 Glenavon 1 Ards 0 Derry City vs. Crusaders and Linfield vs. Glentoran were postponed. Waterton chamber fights to retain fish ponds WATERTON Indian Af- fairs Minister Jean Chrelien has been urged by the Water- ton Lakes National Park Cham- ber of Commerce to appoint a commitee to investigate the need for and the use of the present fish hatchery and dis- play ponds in Waterton Park. These ponds are due to be closed and dismantled immed- iately. The chamlwr feels thai this hatchery and display area complement the park. "There are large numbers of people who visit the hatchery and fine fish exhibits daily and these exhibits serve the public very well. The area is well groomed and is a credit to Waterton park, says Emanuel Cohen, chamber president. Another fine use for the hatchery is as a storage or holding area for fish Uiat are (o IK added to the fishing areas in the park. These rearing ponds are costly to build and the demolition of this hatchery is the taxpayers' loss. minister to immediately inv tigate the pollution that is caused by the present "inade- quate" sewage system. This system is outdated and cannot handle and treat the sewage discharging into the lake at different periods of the year. "We feel that this matter should be rectified immediately to avoid any further contamin- ation of the says Mr. Cohen. Fish are safe EDMONTON (CP) Fish from Moose Lake J15 miles northeast of Edmonton under pounds or IB inches in length safe for use as food, the Alberta lands and for department announced to- day. The department said fish from Moose Lake were retested for mercury contamination and results showed all perch and the walleye and pike smaller than 2'z pounds in size or 18 inches in length are below the The chamber also urged the I 0.5 parts per million level. Strom: nobody knows what Tories stands for GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) Premier Harry Strom said Fri- day the prices of all forms of energy are rising and it must determined how much royal- ty rates can be increased with- out the loss of markets, em- ployment end new exploration. Mr. Strom, speaking to his first major rally of the Aug. 30 election campaign, said the de- velopment of oil and gas re- sources has contributed more than H billion to the Alberta treasury. "No other country in the free world can match ttie record of this province's return to the public treasury from the de- velopirent of publicly-owned oil and gas resources." However, Air. Strom said, while energy prices are rising, the development of coal mining has provided thousands of jobs for Albertans. "These jobs are much more important than the coal royal- ties The premier said increasing world demand for coal will pro- vide more jobs in the future and his government's policy is to maintain n balance between the development of natural re- sources and "the protection ol the tremendous natural beauty of Alberta." Mr. Strom said Ihe proposals m the New Democratic Party would be costly and that it is difficult to find out where Pro- gressive Conservative Leader Peter Loughced stands hi the political spectrum. Electors had been hearing a great deal from the opposition about change but Albertans should not trade-in the free en- terprise system, now "run- ning for a Socialist mod- el. "Certainly the numbers of people who have recently been moving from Manitoba and ROTHMANS CALENDAR OF COMING EVENTS Planning I coonnnltr ninU Then reiem i Rolhmini Special Events Cmvill.llMl III public i_ nrmlunilP address system and modem facilities is available HUlnMANb free el days by writing lo: Promotion Department, Rothnii'ns of Ml Mall Canudi Iraitil 3W3 Bin Sttiil Sooth Halt Caljarf 24, Altera. ran SATURDAY, AUGUST 21 -Minus One Club dance in the Polish 9-1, music by The Westerners. SUNDAY, AUGUST 22 -Concert, Henderson Lake Park, The Albert- ans will play from 2-4 p.m. and District Oldtimers Pemmi- can Club, annual picnic members and guests. I p.m.. second picnic site from the west end of Henderson Lake on North Parkside Drive. Tce cream and liquid re- freshment provided. -Chinook Outdoor Club, climb Forum Peak near Cameron Lake, meet 7 a.m. at Camer- on Lake, Campground, Waterton Park. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 25 -McKillop United Church UCW will meet at 8 p.m. in the Committee Rooms. THURSDAY. AUGUST 26 -Elks Public Bingo, 8 p.m., Clubrooms. SATURDAY. AUGUST 28 -3rd Annual Indian Battle Archery Tourna- ment, 1 p.m., Letbbridge Hange, Lethbridge Round, 9 a.m. Everyone welcome. The Rothman'l Weekly Calendar of Evenli l> a lervicj thai is provided free of charge to all non-profit organization in 1rm area. In order that your organizatlon'i events are listed on the Calendar, send the necessary Informa- tion by mail plnase to MRS. HEtEN KOVACS, The Lcthbridge Herald. Outdoor Club, climb Chief Mountain in Glacier, meet 7 a.m. along Otatso Creek (as far as autos will go) then bushwack to base of Chief Mountain. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 and garden tour sponsored by IjCth- bririge John Howard Society, S2 ticket in- cludes visit to Nikka Yuko Japanese Gar- den, tour of Lelhbridge Correctional Insti- tute flnd lea and lunch. D-MLY Yuko Japanese Garden, 8 p.m. Alexander Gait Museum, p.m. Monday through Saturday, Sunday 2-5 p.m. Fort Wboop-L'p Compound and Mine Train, Indian Battle Park. to 8 p.m. Mite Drop-In-Centre, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday, and all statutory and public holidays. WEEKLY Outdoor Cluh meet 9 a.m. evcrv Sunday for those interested in moderate hikes in close proximity to or within the city. For further information call 32S-7265, 327- 0630 or 327-7550. Saskatchewan both of which now have NDP into our province would indi- cate Uiat our free enterprise system is doing well." "Mr, Strom said the NDP platform calls for a large num- ber of social welfare measures and includes introduction of measures to "scare away the high-risk capital which has pro- vided the basis of Alberta's phenomenal economic growth since the Second World War." The Conservatives were any- Iting but conservative when it came to making promises and spending money. llr. Strom said Mr. Loug- hecd has changed his attitude toward Alberta Government Telephones. he said the Tories would cell the telephones out- right. "Then he said he would re- tain 51 per cent, but the other 49 per cent would be sold to Albertans under special condi- tions." Mr. Strom said Mr. Lougheed has admitted publicly he does not believe tlie terms right or left have meaning in modern politics. "Well, if after all that, you can figure out where he really stands then you are bettor at guessing than most of us are." Mr. Strom said Social Credit las remained in office because t responds to the needs and wishes of Ihe people and that it recognizes new problems re- quire new ideas. The father nf Social Credit, IVilliam Aberhart, restored the bankrupt Alberta economy to financial health and then vilh former premier, now sen- ator, E. C. Manning, the em- phasis shifted to the develop- ment of natural resources. "Under my administration lie emphasis is the develop- ment of the individual Alher- tan." "I think they are making so many promises because they 'eel it may be now or never for them CAMPAIGN TRAIL One of the more unlikely political combinations, a Roman Catholic priest as candidale with a rabbi as campaign manager, takes the Alberta eleclion issues door-to-door in 1he Cafgary-Egmonf constituency. Rabbi Lewis Ginsburg, in the background, usually goes To the door first and Falher Palrick O'Byrne moves in a litlle later with the Social Credif pitch. Voting is Aug. 30. lams Bennett exi E road signs move VICTORIA (CP) The fam-1 ago to gradually replac-t iliar signs marking the Trans-1 Maple Leaf signs bearing Canada Highway are coming down in British Columbia be- cause Hie federal government has stopped sharing in any highway costs. Premier W. A. C. Bennett said Friday. "Tlie federals aren't sharing In any shape or form in our highways Mr. Ben- nett said, referring to the ex- piry of the Trans-Canada High- way agreement last Dec. 31. So these are straight pro- vincirl highways and ive must tell the people the premier said in an interview. The provincial highways de- partment began a few weeks words "Trans Canada" the the with new signs carrying the provin- cial coat of arms and designat- ing the route as "B.C. 1." B.C. is tho only province so far making the sign change. The federal Ughways depart- ment in Ottawa said Friday the highway signs will not be changed on the 105 miles run- ning through Yoho, Glacier and Revelstoke national parks. As a result motorists will go from a B.C. highway into the Trans-Canada Highway, back to a B.C. highway, onto the Trans-Canada and then back to a B.C. highway. Drugs in prison EDMONTON (CP) A city doctor told a kroner's inquest Thursday that there Is traffick- ing in smuggled drugs at the Fort Saskatchewan Correction- al Institute. Dr. J. D. Craig was testify- ing at an inquest into the death of Clarence Durham, 38, who Four swim Gulf of Venice to seek political asylum MILAN (AT) Four Hungar- ians including a seven-year-old girt swam more than a mile across the Gulf of Venice from Yugoslavia to Italy to ask for political asylum Friday night. The four reached Milan by died of methadone poisoning at an Edmonton motel on Aug. 6. The coroner's jury recom- mended that the attorney-gen- eral investigate the doctor's charges. Dr. Craig said under ques- tioning as to why Durham was The best tobacco money can buy FIRST IN SALES! FIRST TO ARRIVE! 1972 TOYOTAS JAPAN'S NO. 1 IMPORT ON DIsrUY NOW TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Couttl Highway PHONE 327-3165 taking methadone, that lie was answering under duress. "I prefer not to answer why he was placed on methadone. If I must he was taking it in jail over the previous year. "lie had access not only to illegal methadone btit LSD, tram and went to police head- MBA and at times even heroin quarters. They were identified by police as Tamas Bolivari, 34, a me- chanic from Budapest; his wife, Maria Teresa, 31, and their daughter, The fourth Hungarian, also from Bu- dapost, was identified as Attila Kamori. The four said they parked their car near the Italian fron- tier at Koper and put nil their belongings on a rubber boat, which they pushed ea they swam to the Italian shore near Trieste. The woman and her daughter, not good swimmers, wore life belts during the cross- ing. The four said Uiey eventually want to reach friends in Mont- real. NOW at the town chef Our Delightful SMORGASBORD AVAILABLE ON WEDNESDAY EVENING lo p.m. SATURDAY EVENING to p.m. Adults 2.25 Childnn Under 1] 1.50 Town CM Profosiional Blda. Acron from Paramount Thtalre in the institution. Dr. Craig also said there are heroin addicts in industry and the public service which "could become a serious problem." "Some of lhc.se people have access to personal information and if they ever had to resort to crime to support their habit the possibilities for blackmail are almost endless." He did not elaborate on tho statement and declined further comment when questioned Fri- day by reporters. Pilots charged after crash MOIUOKA. Japan (neuter I Two Japanese military pilots were charged Saturday with negligence resulting in death in connection with a mid-air colli- sion last monlh between a jet fighter nnd a Japanese nirlinrr in which 102 persons died. Sgt. Yoshimi Ichikawa, 22, nnd Cap- tain Tamnl.su Kuma, 31, were arrested within hours of the July .1! collision near Morioka, nlwiit 270 miles north ot Tokyo. Ichikawa, n trainee pilot, was flying Ihe Sabre fighter involved in the disnslcr and bailed mil. Kirmn, his instructor, was flying i ncmd Sabre. Park plan hit by Chipewyans COLD LAKE (CP) Chip- ewyan Indians have threaten- ed to take drastic action it their1 aboriginal rights are vio- lated through the establish- ment of a park near this west- central Alberta community. The Cold Lake band has at- tempted unsuccessfully (o meet with government au- thorities to discuss its con- cern, Frank Piche, field repre- sentative for the Indian As- sociation of Alberta, said Fri- day. Plans to establish the five township parks along the west- ern and northern shore of Cold Lake were announced earlier this month by Dr. J. Donovan Ross, minister of lands and forests. "The people of the three Cold Lake reserves feel that forma- tion of the park will in effect prohibit hunting, fishing and trapping activity in an area that traditionally has been used by the Cnipewyan In- said Mr. Piehe. Chief Ralph Blackman said t li e federal government paid flie Indians in the ear- ly 1950s for a vast area now used as bombing range. "The remaining area is tho only hunting area left and if they put hi a park, we are go- ing to be left right out." He said about Indians would be affected by the pro- posed park and about two- thirds of these are living on social assistance. Rock concert gate crashers sloiic police VANCOUVER (CP) About 15 youths and two policemen were injured Thursday night when rock and bottle-hurl- ing young persons tried to storm the gates at a sold-out concert 01 the British rock group Led Zeppelin. Twenty policemen, 12 of them equipped with riot helmets, but not sticks, attempted to stop the crowd from forcing its way into the concert at Pacific Coli- seum, on the Pacific National Exhibition grounds. "Two policemen went to hos- pital with cuts and bruises on :heir said Sgt. Eric Hodge. Constables H. A. San- derson and T. D. Shaw were 'ealcd at hospital and re- leased. New weed infests rapeseed SASKATOON (CP) The Saskatchewan rapeseed crop, already besieged by an inva- sion of Bertha Army Worms, may be facing another prob- lem: a lrailinD weed called cleavers. Professor Ross Ashford of the University of Saskatchewan said today the weed has been reported in some areas of Sas- katchewan, including Arbors- field, Lloydminster and Alvena. Although the problem can be serious for farmers whose crops are affected, only relatively new fields are involved, the professor said in a prepared statement issued by the uni- versity. Weed control specialists were attempting to determine the ex- act extent of the infestation and scientists at the federal re- search station in Melfort, Sask., were seeking a means of chem- ical control. Professor Ashford said he was informed of the infestation by D. N. Jameson, a farmer from Aylsham, Sask. Mr. Jame- son said there was no practical ivay of separating the seed of cleavers from rapeseed. Rape- seed containing more than one per cent of the weed seed is given a lower grading and de- liveries containing more than three per cent have been re- jected. Weather and road report, 84 NOON SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET (1C Lethbridge Pincher Creek Cranbrook Medicine Hat Calgary ..........8fl Edmonton.......BB Red Deer Castlegar II L PRE .91..59 87 61 60 57 63 44 91 4-1 MM.. Rome...........87 62 Paris............68 61 London..........63 60 Berlin 80 63 Brussels .........73 56 Moscow..........73 50 Stockholm ........75 55 Tokyo...........84 69 FORECASTS LETIIBRlnOE MEDICINE HAT Today and Sunday: sunny. Winds 1V20 anci gusly. Lows 50-55. Iliglis near 90. CALGARY Today: Winds W20 and gusly. Lows tonight near 50. Sunday: sunny. Higlifl 75-80. KOOTENAY, Today and Sunday: sunny with a few cloudy periods except mostly cloudy with showers in the Columbia. Winds at these times fresh southerly. Cooler. Highs today and Sunday In the mid-70s except near 70 in the Columbia district. Lows tonight about 50. I HIGH HARVEST I DBCqUNB l 1 Allis-Cbkers 1 Gleaner Combines I (Models "F" ond INTEREST FREE FINANCE PLAN WHEAT OR BARLEY IN TRADE GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Phono 327-3165 COUT1S HIGHWAY P.O. BOX 120J OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COimTESV or AMA All highways In tlie Lclh-1 dry and in good driving condl- bridge District arc bare and I lion. POUTS OF ENTRY (Opening nml rinsing Culllls 24 hours: Carwny 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. MST, Dol Uonila 7 a.m. lo 8 p.m.; liooseviilc, 11.C. 7 a.m. to II p.m.; Kingsgitlc, B.C., 21 hours; Poilhill-Uykcrls fl a.m. lo midnijshl. Chid Mounlnin 6 a.m. to p.m. Wildhorsc, 7 a.m. (o II p.m. Logan Pass open 21 hours dally.