Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THt lETHBRIOOB HERAID SolurtJoy, Auguit 16, 1973 Fuddle-duddle urged on MONTREAL (CP) Mem- bers of tlie Confederation of National Tntdc Unions will be encouraged to spoil tlicir bnl- lots in tlie next federal elec- tion by scribbling ;w "insult" to Prime Minister Trwlenu, a union executive said Friday. Fernand Foisey, secreliiry of the Montreal central coun- cil of the CNTU, said Til a news conference people in tiie lalwr movement will IH? asked lo use phrases such as fuddle-duridle. is a quip (ho prime minister said he mouthed nt opposition parties during a honied Commons ex- change. Mr. L'oLscy suit! Hie scribbl- int.' of insults on ballots will he nil the CNTU, which has about 200.000 members, plans lo do in tlie next election "be- cause vitj Imvo already de- cided not to concern our- selves with the federal struc- tures anymore." "We just want to pny Trudeau back for some of the insults ho has lircd. at us." Karlier this week, Parti Quebecois leader Rene vcsque said his party would encourage votes io spoil bal- lots in the next election. Soccer results PARADE WINNER Capturing honors as the best dressed Indian male at the Pincher Creek Agricultural Society foir was Joe Crowshoe Sr., of the Pefgan Reserve. Success marks Pincher event By MARGARET LUXN Special Correspondent PINCHER CREEK Things hummed in Pincher for the 21st annual Pincher Creek and Dis- trict Agricultural Society fair. lengthened into a three-day event this year, it was an out- standing success. For the first time In years, rodeo was held in conjunc- tion with the fair and it at- tracted large and enthusiastic crowds to the new rodeo arena at the Agricultural grounds. This year's parade was led by Constables Roth and Hap- p'ala in the famous scarlet of tlie RCMP. Special parada participants Included mayors from sur- rounding (owns as well as vari- ous political figures. A variety of other events Meet An were held which helped give the fair a further stamp of suc- ess. Parade winners Included Iho Taber Polka Band, best com- mercial out-of-town float; Kountalnview Esso, best loca commercial float; Phicher Elks, best organization float Vei-non Sorge. best comic float Pincher Creek Tourist Bur can, best decorated car; Jim Eddy, odest car operating un (ier its own power; best dress ed Indian male, Joe Crowshoe Best dressed Indian female Mrs. English; best-dressed jun ior, Ellen English; Best Indian float, Eillen em C. B. Greer. CHILDREN Best decorated bicycle Cboy George Crawford, Trevor Dick best decorated bicycle (girl Jackie Enes, Christine Gross >est decorated tricycle (boy "brence McGlynn, Rock ilced; best decorated tricycl lirls) Tarnmy BonerLs, Jack! May Cook; best decorated pe Lynn Clark and Ellen Has-se man with Mitzi; Best Novelty costume (boys Kenneth Bratz, Barry Davidof: best novelty costume fgirk Kelly Hepner, Tcrreyl Pvistai yk; best dressed boy, J. Schii liout, Brock Lounsbury; bes dressed girl, Shannon Rifa McGarva; best comic boy Wayne James PJIlio' best comic girl, Susan Luc Sheila Vr'illiams; Best decorated on wheel Doug Fraser, Bonnie and Lorn Boncrtz. LONDON (CP) Results of Saturday's Old Country soccer matches: LEAGUE Dlvlsinll Birmingham 1 Crystal P 1 Chelsea 2 Man City 1 Ijeicester 0 Coventry 0 Liverpool 3 West Ham 2 Man United 0 Arsenal 0 Newcastle 1 Ipswich 2 onvicli 1 Derby 0 mUiampton 1 Wolverh'pton 1 oke 1 Everion 1 ottenham 0 Leeds 0 est Brom 0 Sheffield U 2 Division II rlghton 2 Sunderland 7 urnley 4 Aston Villa 1 ardiff 1 Blackpool 2 uddersficld 1 Carlisle 1 iddlcsbrough 1 Fulham 2 illwall 0 Portsmouth 1 oils F 2 Osford 1 rient 0 Luton 1 reston 1 Queen's PR 1 hcffietd W 4 Hull 2 wind on 2 -Bristol C 1 Division III ollon 2 Oldbam 1 rcntford Blackburn 0 irlstol R 2 Grimsby 1 liesterfield 2 Plymouth 2 lochdale 0 Charlton 2 7 Port Vale 0 cGnlhorpe 1 Wrexham 0 Vatford 3 Bournemouth 2 York 1 Notts C 1 Division IV Brantford C 1 Hereford 1 Cambridge 3 Doncasler 1 Chester 8 Peterborough 2 Colchester 1 Newport 3 jincoln 0 Aldcrshot 2 Mansfield 3 Exeter 0 'leading 0 Bury 0 Southport 2 Darlington I Workinglon 1 Crewe 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE CUP 2 Queen of S 1 Albion 2 Forfar 1 2 Hamilton 0 Arbraath 3 East Fife 0 3envick 1 Airdrieonians 4 Celtic 3 Stirling 0 lydcbank 0 Rangers 5 Dundee 3 E Stirling 0 Dunfennline 0 Dundee U 1 Palkirk 3 Montrose 0 Hearts 1 Dumbarton I Kilmarnoc'k .1 Stenhouscmuirl Mothcrwcll Clyde 1 Partick 2 CowdenbcaUi 2 Queen's Pk 0 Hibernian 1 Railh 3 St. Johnstonc 0 St. Mirrcn 0 Ayr 3 Stranraer 1 Morton 5 IRISH LEAGUE Ulster Cup Ards Glenavon 1 Ballymer.a 2 Distillery 2 Coleraine 3 Cliftonville 1 Crusaders 4 Derry 1 Glentoran 1 Linfield 2 PortadoK-n 4 Bangor 2 BLAZE RUIN An undisclosed number of Taber men ore out of work as result of a fire which level- led Iho Select Feeds feed-mixing plant here Friday morn- ing. say tho blaze of undetermined origin, out of control by tho lime they arrived, shorlly after a plant employee reported the firo at a.m. plant management could not be reached for comment. -Ross Gibb Photo Heady fired two shots 30-year term for air piracy attempt Nov. CAP) victed hijacker Ilobb D. Heady was sentenced Friday to 30 Con- templed Tiir piracy nl a United Air Lines 727 jetliner. Heady, a Vietnam veteran, years In prison for Iho at- hacl ptemled guilty to boarding a United Air Line.? jet at Reno Inlet-national Airport on June 3 and demanding in cash and parchutes. lie jumped the plane alwut 30 miles south of Reno and was captured soon afterward. Tlie money was re- covered. Heady was armed with a hand gun during the hi- jacking nnd fired two shots. No one was injured. Wheat export subsidies are getting out of hand WASHINGTON Monday when he ap- ponrwl briefly in provincial court Friday on a charge of kidnapping. Salon, a heavy- operator, was fhnrfird in con- nection with tlir JSfXj.rxXt kirl- nitfjjiinf' of Marlcno Ifashrnrin, 17. of SAFETY DEPARTMENT OFFERS Commercial Telling Bicycle Safety Training Snowmohile Safely Driver taucanon and Training Advanced Defnnsivft Driving Couriei Girl and Her Car Cora Couriei School Safety Patrol Training Safely Ecfucnlion Lecfurct ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION 903 3rr! Avo. S., Phonn VAXCOL'VKR (Cf'i I'rimc .Minister Pierre Tnidcail was Uksrrihod Tlnirsday hy f're- mior A. C. as a "pasMntf poliHcian" will he nol of office in n few months, Mr. Bennett was commenting on remarks ma do earlier hy prime minister about the sharing of revenue.1; from off- shore oil and minerals. Tho federal covt-rnmont has agreed to share with the four Alkmtic provinces and Quehec the revenues from offshore minerals on the enst coast. H v.asn'l cousiiltfd and Mr snirl (lie province j won't lin (Jierr-fj tn equivalent j revenue-sharing I The prime nvnister Indicated that Premier Hr-TWlt has lost his harKaininK [KAilion on off- sliore revr-mies as a result of k-sing a (he Su- f'ouil. i.l in 'I1if.- I'.-f. tnrn- o'l flo'.vn Ivy the court in il-s hid frir off-shore riKiits. Mr. lU.-unr.'tt .said tho prime rniiiisler U- (jut of office in a fc'.v rnoiilhs. "lie is juM ;i prditi- n.-m he snirl Mr. HennrM repootfvl his stand thai all the oil holh under "the land aT.d under it.s offshore water. lie said lhat when B.C.- ns a crown colony, went into confed- crnlion, it put all its resources into Canada, Under the TJritlsh North Am- erica Art. ho saifl, is en- titled to the revenue from these resources. Soldier dies MKDICIXK HAT A rani'cr frurn the British Army Irnin- int? unit al Suffiold, a rncmtjri1 of Ihe Isl lialtalion, Royal Irish Rcpiment. pronouneerl dead on arrival al the Metlieine Hat hfispifat after slnjck hy a hil-anrl run driver. RCMP said it occurred at If) p.m. Friday as a result of In- jurirs lilruck dov.il hy a moUir vehicle on UK- Jcnner fiond, miles north of Highway 1 near Ralston. The rancor was walking .soulI) on the. sirjt: of llu- load v.ilh IV.D conipanioiis from hehind The rvas laler hcndM Iry IK'Ml'. Billboards will be gone in ihree years VICTORIA (CD City council gave final approvar Thursday to a numher o s i f! n-h y 1 a w amendment' which will virtually rid tho city of biUhoards within th years. Also to he harmed arc roo signs nnd third-parly ,-idver t is ndverlising gowls and services not avail ahle on the premises. W. T. P'raser of Seahoan Advertising Ltd. the majo hillhoarrl firm in Victoria made one last attr-mfil lo final passage of the byliiw. lie loltf council a cnnifilele han on advertis- ing would hard on lonrisl- orienled husinc-sscs. Toill'isls would have jlreat Dol hnnila a.m. ton p.m.; (Ifjo.sevilk1. El.C. R mUlniflUI; IIXV. lunii'.-.; Pnrlhill lUhorl.s fl a.m. to Uiirf Mrnintfun 7 a.m. i 10 p.m.; WildhnrKM-, fl n m. rn fl p.m.