Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
-ith JANE FONDA ADDRESSES ANTIWAR RAtlY-Aclress Jane Fonda, a "Defeat Nixon" sign in the background, addresses a noon-time rally that her recent visit to North Vietnam made her "proud of being on American." The rally and c merer, thai followed were fall ed by the antiwar rally in San Francisco's Civic Centre today. Miss Fonda told lha iponsors as o "Day of Unacceptonce." (AP Wirephoto] Four shot dead ELPIIINSTONE, Man. (CP) HCMP huvo diargctl John ilack, 49 an Eliphinslono Brain iirmer, with the shooting death of his wife three of their ivc children. Dead are liis 44-year-old wile Olive, daughter Shauna, 6, Adele, 3, and son Claude, 5. Two older children, Brian of Winnipeg and Dolores of Bran- don, arc married and not living al home. RCMP said the four bodies were found outside the burned remains ot the black farm- house atout midnight Wednes- day after a neighbor had tele- phoned police to report a fire. Munro meets Pope CASTEL CANDOLFO, Italy (AP) Pope Paul, rcccvcd in private audience today Jolm Munro, Canada's health and so- cial welfare minister. The audience took place in the papal summer residence In tills Alban Hills 25 kilo- metres south of Rome. BISMARCK, N.D. (API Sheep ranchers in North Dakota are being plagued by coyotes, whose population has reached the highest level since the Pels destroyed because owners lack hi caring EDMONTON (CP) Thous- ands of pets are destroyed ev- ery year in Canadian cities be- cause people don't understand the responsihiltics of owning pets, a University ot Ottawa pathologist said here. Dr. M. C. Jlowsell lold meeting of the Canadian Asso- ciation for Laboratory Animal Science that about 110.000 cats and dogs are destroyed each year in Montreal alone. 0s, the bureau of sports fish- cries and wildlife says. Every place there is coyote habitat we've got coyotes and when there arc sheep in tl-.e area, we've got sold Ijew Hanson, state super- visor of the division of wildlife services for tlie bureau. Hanson said the coyote pop- ulation has increased lo a point now in North Dakota where there are more "than any time since the 1810s." For the three-month1 period encompassing April, May and June the bureau confirmed mere than 200 sheep were kill. C'l by coyotes in North Dakota. The cnyotft is on the protected fur-bearer list but Hanson said they c.-ui hunted or trapped during season and killed any time they are a nusiance to a landowner. Bennett chokes with emotion UPDATING FARMERS' Af.MANAC Editor and pub liiher Roy Gciger included a article it quite complimentary of rolo in !he in the 1973 edition of ihe venerable Old Farmers' Alma nac. He above holding a 1972 edilion as he on an old hand-rincj plione ir> his office in Lttwislon Maine. 'AP UTHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Season 1972-73 REHEARSALS: Mondays, 7 p.m. St. Mary's School 5th Avonuo rmH Street Soulh Commencing September 11, 1972 CURRfMT VACANCIES: Siring Violet and C Ptcr.olo, Cboo, Cor Trorn Percussion, Harp (OlViT vacn may occur be for a nt of f'-.'; sfj' v-jn.) ReatOnably experienced performcirs ore l LUC1EN NEfOHAM, Condu-.lcr (Office Phono ieve in miracles' y THE CANADIAN PRESS Premier W. A, C. Bennett ntured Thursday into a ronghold of the opposition ew Democratic Party, pie- cting a miracle will turn the at over to Social Credit and ooting down rumours that his tircmcnt is imminent. The premier delivered an motional speech before about 30 supporters In Opposition e.-ider Dave Barrett's iiomo ding of Coquitlam and said it ould take a miracle for the >cal Social Credit candidate, ed Robinson, to defeat the cw Democratic Party leader, ut he said: "I believe in miracles, I be- ;ve in miracles. A miracle ,ok place In B.C. In 1832. here did this little govern- lent come from in 1952? It a me from nowhere and every- rhere." Mr. Bennett had a hard time tarting the speech because he choked with emotion fol- owing a lengthy and laudatory itroduction by Attorney Gen- ral Leslie Peterson, who call- crson to lead this province.' And Mr. Bennett in turn quashed nimours that he will retire after the Aug. 30 provin- cial election. "There's no vacancy in our jepartment, I'm going lo in [or the full he said. Heckling, which marked tlie iremier's appearances during :he past week, was kept to a minimum by tight security. But hecklers were out in force In Prince George, where they pre- -enled Resources Minister Ray Willislon from finishing speech his all-candidates Fort George meeting Hiding. While the Social Credit leader was stalking his own riding, NDP leader Barrett carried on with his crusade for govern- ment-run auto insurance and promised more for the elderly while campaigning in the Fras- er Valley. Speaking In Hope Thursday nighl, Mr. Ilarrett charged Ihe auto insurance companies anc the vSocial Credit party arc struggling together to keep (heir "sacred private auto insurance, from drying up "That cow is making them lot of money at our Mr. Barrett said. In Chilliwack, Mr. Barret promised an NDP government would make the provincial sup- plementary allowance available o pensioners with sav- ngs up to instead of the jresent limit of He also defended the NDP's labor policy during a television interview, but refused to be pinned down when asked re- peatedly what his government would do about a strike which severely affected the public in- terest. Conservative leader Dcrrll Warren also faced the TV cam- cut govern- If his party eras, pledging to mental red tape takes office. Mr. Wan-en said Fischer comes closer to winning REYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP) U.S. challenger Bobby Fis- cher stepped within two points of the world chess champion- ship today when the 18th game against Boris Spassky was drawn after 30 minutes of re sumed play. he'd particularly like to re- trict the "corporate empire" of B.C. Hydro, and claimed even Premier Bennett has lost control of tiie crown utility. Later, Mr. Warren was the only party leader to show up at a Federation of Independent Schools Association meeting in Vancouver. Liberal leader David Ander- son, for the most part, shed his provincial responsibilities and jampaigned in the Victoria rid- ing, where he faces a tough fight to get elected as aji MLA. He took time to send a tele- gram to federal transport min- ister Don Jamieson appealing that arrangements be made to allow crews of three weallier ships to vote in the provincial election. He said the 'CO men aboard each ship have no way to cast ballots unless their ship is in port on election day. Premier Bennett has another speech scheduled In Vancouver tonight. Opposition leader Bar- rett is to go on an pen-line radio program in the afternoon, then head to Victoria for a ral- ly. Liberal leader Anderson is to leave Vicotria for campaign- ing in Kamloops. Mr. Warren's schedule was not known. AN AUGUST SNOWMAN It was 80 degroei In tondon, thii week but that doei not moan you can't necessarily build a snowman. Thal'i what 13-year- old Debbie Henary did with mow piled outside on arena al Silverwood Park, For her chore, Debbia gal a big cool hug. Sena- tor George McGovern said to- day President Nixon had turned the economic structure of the United States Into "a palace for the privileged The Democratic presidential candidate, in a statement is- sued alter a four-day, cross- country campaign swing, criti- cized the speech Nixon gave Wednesday night when be ac- cepted the Republican party nomination for a second term. "Mr. Nixon said Wednesday night that since our economic structure has some broken win- dows, we Democrats want to tear H down and start McGovern said. But, he said, "we're tired o! Richard Nixon turning it Into a palace for tho privileged few. Rather Uiau tear anything down, we want to join Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, John I niversilv enrolment may flip QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Denlnl -hfc-it Cnpilol mom ijfi. HKI.KNA, Mont. (API-Slate officials predict a one per cent decline in total net enrollment in tho six urviLs of the MonUma university system for lliis full. o( nearly 3tf> student.1; from last year. f.annan said the main rca sons fnr lha projected decline this fall arc that college is no longer a refuge from the draft 58 59 59 74 no 71 M 67 57 74 77 75 .08 I'OIIF.CASTS Ixillihrlllge, Calgary To- iljiy: Mainly sunny except for cvrning lo a few localities. Illglin near 80. Lows 45-511. Saturday: Sunny, llidis near 80. Meilicinc Hal Today and Saturday: Sunny except for evening thunderstorms. Highs ImLh days near Lows near 55. ColumUin, Knotcnay To- day and Saturday, wmny wltli a few afternoon cloudy periods. Higlis both days in the lower BOs. Lows tonight near SO. MONTANA Fast of Continental Mostly fair and somewhal uTirmer today and Saturday with a fnw Isolated thunder- showers mountains today anil norlhcm portion Sat- urday. Highs today and Satur- day mostly 80s. Lows tonight 45 to West of Continental Mostly fair and a little warm- er today nr.d Saturday with a f e w isolated Ihundershowers this afternoon. Hlgbs today and Saturday 80s. Lows tonight 45 to 65. Sal- Ion, of Calgary, was to ap- in mint today after IxHng iincslcd Thursday afternoon in conned ion with the Aug. 10 kid- ruijjping of Marlcne llasiiman, 17, of Calgary. Sallon is tho Ihirti man lo bo ririTsted in tlie ease. Calgary slnrkhrbkfii'ft Michael Mathcny jinil Donald "Wayne Matho-son, both 27, were charged earlier. Miss Hashman, daughter of Snm Hashaman, a Calgary estate and construction company executive, was re- leased on ransom lifter being held lor over 14 hmira in n trunk. 'Mi" riiiisoin money I rovcrrxl. BARGAIN-BARGAIN-BARGAIN USED ANDERSON CHAFF WITH 10 HORSE MOTOR CAIL KEN DICKSON TODAY GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTT5 HIGHWAY LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-1 I'll All hlRliway hritlfio disrtict dry. OITICIAI. AS OK A.M. 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