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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, August 28, 1970 Young People See Need For World Government OTTAWA (CP) Norman Cousins, president of the World Association of World Federal- ists, told the predominantly middle-aged delegates at the group's biennial congress Thursday that "the young peo- ple of this world know what is happening" and see a need for a world government. "They have the strength our Mi-. Cousins told 600 delegates at the closing banquet of the four-day conven on. "We must give them the lean of ership of this movement as fast as we possibly said the editor of the U.S. weekly gatur day Review. The congress attracted few people under 25. One young del- egate from Denmark said it was because they could not afford the trip to Ottawa. But Joseph Clark, former United States senator torn Pennsylvania, said in an inter view the federalist movement reached its membership peak in the early 50s and has been "treading water" since. The world federalists, who claim members in 36 countries, call for greater au- thority for the United Nations and an eventual world govern- ment. They ended their congress Thursday calling for expanded membership on the UN Security Council, UN supervision of the Middle East ceasefire and greater UN control over pollu tion and the arms race. They also condemned U.S. dumping of nerve gas in the Atlantic. Mr. Clark told delegates his US group, with about 'i members, is concentrating on J 1 o b b y i n g in Washington for short-range goals: new ap- proaches to Vietnam, the arms j race, support of the UN and her foreign policy changes. He told a meeting of legisla- rs earlier Thursday the U.S. roup soft-pedals the concept of orld government in contacts ith Congress to avoid alienat- ig politicians from the immedi- ;e aims. IT'S NOT MY BAG Lunch-packing and curious by- slander takes peek into armoured truck following robbery in which two armed men intercepted delivery from the truck of to a branch of the Royal Bank of Can- ada in downtown Vancouver Thursday. TABER GOLF AND CURLING CLUB Invitt you to an OLD FASHIONED BARN DANCE TABER CIVIC CENTRE (West End) SAT., AUG. 29th P.M. IndudM foot stomping music, smorgasbord supper, fun for everyone FRASER'-S ORCHESTRA touple, for members and invited guests TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM CLUB MEMBERS LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. SOCIAL EVENING Friday, Aug. 28th 8.30 p.m. Music by "THE CAMEOS" COVER CHARGE Members and their invited guests "THE COUNTRY THREE" will bt playing in the tlubrooms Friday evening Seeks Probe [nto Job Dismissal FIELD, B.C. (CP) -Brian jevy, fired as a seasonal nat- iralist last week from Yoho National Park, has asked for 1 inquiry into his dismissal. The 23-year-old Acadia Unl- 'ersity student says the firing vill be probed by the Public bervice Alliance of Canada anc Dfficials of the parks western egion office in Calgary. A park announcement said ,Ir. Levy was released Aug 22 "because of a number of in- cidents in which he deliberate- y ignored instructions given to lim by park officials." His dismissal came after he discussed an oil spill at a slide how, conducted for tourists as lart of his duties as a natural- ist. fimKHAZAi 11 MOTORHOTEL I! I AND RESTAURANT (LICENSED] fl rt For the Prospective Bride and Groom WATCH AND CUP THIS ADVERTISEMENT EACH FRIDAY FOR HINTS ON ing ci 1 1 -Jo your What type of wedding does a widow plan? A small, informal is planned by a widow. Invitationi are written by hand or even telephoned. She may have one attendant, and _a child by her former marriage may take part in the wedding. Decorations and music as for an informal wed- ding may be used. Tho groom may have a best man ond one or two ushers will be necessary ot a church, The bride never wears white, nor a veil, but a floor-length dinner dress and a small hat, or a dressed-up afternoon frock and hot. She should carry a small hand bouquet or wear a corsage. Is a reception held? A small supper or breakfast may bo held after the wedding for the attendant! and families and close friends. A large reception rnnv bo given, too, especially if the couple is prominent and hm many Iriends. Or they may wait and entertain at open house after they have returned from their wedding trip. B I LETH. MUSICAL THEATRE "YOUR OWN THING" ROCK MUSICAL Votes Centre BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN Fri., Aug. 21 Sat., Aug. 22 Sat., Aug. 29 Sun., Aug. 30 At p.m. Trade Board Clamps Down On Charter Airline Flights Commission Okays Repeal Of Laws On Pornography WASHINGTON (AP) Re- peal of all legal restrictions pro- hibiting adults from buying or possessing pornography in the United States is reported to have won final approval from the president's commission on pornography despite promised White House opposition. Recommendations for laws against exposure of children to obscene pictures and a nation- wide "sex re-education" pro- gram were also approved at a final commission meeting Thursday, a commission source said. 'EARL'l CHRISTMAS WITH KIERANS Postmaster-General Eric Kierans is surrounded by winners of a national contest to design Christmas stamps for 1970 at a Christmas party in their honor Thursday in Ottawa. The young designers are (back Donna Niskala, 9, Macrorie, Sask.; Lisa Wilson, B, Kamloops, B.C., Manon Lecompte, 9, Lapra.ne, Que., (front Anthony Martin, 5, Marnus, Man.; (front Eugene Bartacharya, 7, St. John's Nfld.____________________________ LONDON (Reuters) Thou- ands of air passengers and many major airlines are likely o be affected by moves by Brit- ain's board of trade to clamp own on rule-bending charter flights, it was revealed today. Following the stopping of a hai-ter flight from London to >lew York Wednesday night cores of charter flight ticket raiders now are making contact ,1th flight organizers and air- ines to confirm their own posi- ions. Two Men Charged In Mail Fraud CALGARY (CP) Two men alleged by the RCMP to have >laced advertisements in many lewspapers in the four western irovinces have been charged with using the mails to defraud the public. Hoger Dean Fletcher, 26, of Calgary, Wednesday, w_as re- manded for one wsek with bail set at when he appeared before Magistrate L. A. Justa- son Thursday. Another man, Kenneth Allen Roufledge, 28, also of Calgary, was arrested Thursday. He was to appear in court Friday. An RCMP spokesman said advertisements placed by the pair invited persons to write to a post office box number in Cochrane, Alta., for employ ment. Employment applicat ions were then sent out along with a request for a processing fee of The flight stopped Wednesday 'as to have taken 186 persons 0 New York on an aircraft bartered ia the name of the exleyheath Theatre and Music ippreciation Society. The pas- angers all had cut-rate tickets. 1 any of them were left landed at Stanstead Airport, utside London. Board of trade rules stipulate hat for special cut-rate charter flights for clubs, passengers must be club members of not 3ss than six months standing. Jso, the club must have been ormed for purposes other than heap flying. The board of trade .clamp- own follows pressure from cheduled airlines which feel ,iey are being deprived of cus- Soviet Vessel Rams Frigate STOCKHOLM (AP) A So- da destroyer rammed a Swed- sh frigate that had been chas- mg her in Swedish waters, the fifence staff reported today. Both ships were at low speed and neither suffered serious 'amage, it said The Soviet ves- el left Swedish waters after the collision. HALE OPTICAL COMPANY ITB. Gary Martilt Dispensing Optician St. S. 327-713J 0 a OFFERING YOU THE FINEST IN CATERING FACILITIES LARGE OR SMALL WE CATER TO THEM ALL PHONE 328-2366 FOR RESERVATIONS 10th AVENUE and MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE The Parks and Recreation Department will spon- sor a HOCKEY INSTRUCTIONAL SCHOOL for Pee Wee Boys (10 to 11 years) from September 14th to Sep- tember 18th and for Bantam age boys (12 to 14 years) from September 21st to September 26th, 1970 at the Adams Park Ice Centre. The registration fee will be per boy for 9 hours of ice time. Registrations will be taken at ihe Adams Park Ice Centre from Monday, August 31 to Friday, Sep- tember 4 between the hours of p.m. p.m. and p.m. and on Saturday morning September 5, 1970 from a.m. noon. Registrations will be taken on a first corns first served basis as only a limited number will be accepted. Instructors for the school will be: MR. STAN MAXWELL MR. HECTOR NEGRELLO MR. LES COLWILL MR. HOWARD YANOSIK Each boy is requested to provide his own skates, stick ond protective equipment. For forlhor Information sonlatl MR. S. ARISMAN, Recreation Program Coordinator tit 328-2341, Exh 236 nmers by a sharp increase in club charter flights, many of which may' not comply with membership regulations. The board said Thursday there is a strong suspicion that about 90 per cent of club flights do not meet the letter of the law Shot To Death BUENOS AIRES (AP) Jose Alraiso, a moderate Peronist Ar- fentine labor leader, was shot .0 death today by unknown per- sons close to his house. Cattlemen Ask Beef Import limit CALGARY (OP) The Ca nadian Cattlemen's Association has petitioned Agriculture Min ister II. A. Olson to limit bee imports to not more than five per cent of domestic consump tion. The association said in a news release that the request was made to combat thg alarming rise in the volume of Austra lian and New Zealand bee brought into tlie country. The cattlemen said the im ports have threatened and may have already had an effect 01 domestic prices. Mr1. Olson was told that man agement of domestic supplj while allowing free trade on the international market unrealistic. The cattlemen also askec that imports be restricted tublic consensus on the avail- ibiliry of pornography. The arguments for the most controversial recommendation, repeal of all U.S. adult censor- ship laws, has been extensively rewritten since The Associated Press disclosed a draft report ;hree weeks ago. But the recom- mendation is almost un- changed: "The commission rzcom- mends federal, state and local egislation prohibiting the sale, exhibition or distribution of sex- ual materials to consenting adults should be repealed. "We believe there is no war- rant for continued governmental nterference of full freedom of adults to read, obtain or view what materials they wish." The recommendation is based on commission findings that pornography does not cause sex crimes at harm individuals. In addition, the commission re- ported, there is no public con- sensus to support such laws and they sometimes lead to suppres- sion of legitimate material. Repeal would not substan- tially increase the U.S. pornog- raphy industry, the commission said. The White House disavowed the commission as former presi- dent Lyndon B. Johnson's shortly after- the draft report was disclosed and said "it is safe to predict" President Nixon would opposs it. Nun Suicides SAIGON (Reuters) A 22- year-old Buddhist nun has burned herself to death in Hie central highlands city of Dalat, tte South Vietnam Press News agency said Thursday. The nun, 22-year-old Nhu Phap Tuyet, set herself ablaze Tuesday in front of the Linn Son pagoda in the highland city, 15 miles northeast of Saigon. WEATHER AND ROAD REPORT SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET ABOVE ZERO AT Toronto 75 Ottawa 71 Montreal 72 LetMbridge .......81 Pincher Creek 81 Waterton (approx) 81 Medicine Hat.....86 Vermilion....... 58 Edmonton.......63 Jasper.......... 68 Banff........... 76 Coronation 71 Calgary 75 Prince Rupert 58 Cranbrook.......83 Penticton........85 Prince George 59 Kamloops....... 83 Vancouver 66 Saskatoon....... 70 Regina.......... 74 Winnipeg........72 NOON 50 49 49 58 47 49 51 44 47 41 45 54 54 49 .11 58 .05 55 .06 48 '51 40 63 .01 58 .01 59 .02 56 56 .12 St. Johns Halifax 74 FORECAST Lethbridgc Medicine Hat Today: Mostly sunny. Thunder-showers with gusty north winds most localities this evening with one or two showers overnight. Highs 75- 80. Saturday: Cooler with a few showers. Highs near 70, lows tonight near 50. Columbia, Cloudy today, isolated thunderstorms this afternoon and evening. Cooler. Brisk north winds- Sat- sunny with af- ternoon cloudy periods and showers along mountains. Highs today mid-70s. Lows to- night near 50. Highs Saturday 70. or low 80s. a Savings That's what ypu get with Bthltn frnmeless steel buildings. Behlen widths. i Curve) is economy king. Utility modelt in 38' to 66' Hanyy duty for grain is Behlen stra with igati Itoragi 51' lightwall givei men elbow idded strength cor- Utilily model and grain B model both in 39' anil widths. Town and Country fias flat roof. Ideal for gar- age, tool ihop, milking parlor.. 3" corruga- tion, galvanized or plattlt color coat' ing. CorM in soon for full Inform, ollon. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway LETHBRIDGE Phono 377-3165 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA Highway 3 west. Repaving is in progress between Leth- bridge and Monarch. Motorists are advised to watch for men and equipment. Highway 5. Lethbridge to Welling. Heavy oiling has been done and motorists are advised lo drive with caution. Repav- ing is in progress and there men and equipment in the area. All other highways in the Lethbridge district are in good driving condition. PORTS ON ENTRY (Opening Closing CoutU 24 hours: Carw.iy 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. MST, Chief Mountain 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Del Bonita 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Rooseville, B.C., 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., 24 hours; Porthill-Rykerts 8 to midnight. ;