Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Snlurdoy, Auoull 28, 197! B.C. court denies challenge by teachers on firing Hie court to rule that the cabinet had exceeded its pow- VANCOUVER (CP) The British Columbia Supreme Court denied a challenge Fri- day lo a provincial govern- The judgment was based on merit edict ordering dismissal question of whether the of teachers supporting Quebec (cacliers had the right to lake terrorists or violent overthrow of the government. In a written judgment, Mr. Justice .1. S. Aikins allowed an iiuital objection on behalf of (lie attorney-general of B.C. against writ asking the court to de- clare unconstitutional a govern- ment ordor-in-council of Oct. 22, 1970. The writ, filed by Vancouver lawyer Tom Bergcr or, behalf of six teachers, ami backed by the B.C. Civil Liberties Association, named Attorney-General Leslie Peterson as defendant and ask- MISS III..UK A.MKl'.ICA Joyce Wiirnrr, liO-yenr-olil se- nior at Flnrirla and M Uni- versity, was I'hoscn Blsck' Amcricn of n I Madisoii Square dartlcn in Xnv York Friilay niifM. Wnmrr, who was Miss Amrririi Florida tiUo-hrarcr. dcfatcd 32 nlhcr contestants. Register today or Mondav BLATRMORE TNT Buiraui ruled they were not dr rccily affected by Ihe order. Thc ordcr-in-council was pass- ed while the federal war mea- sures act was m effect during a kidnap-murder crisis involv- ing the terrorist Front de Lib- eralion flu Quebec. Tl said any person instructing in a govern- ment supported educational institution would be fired if he advocated the policies of the FLQ C-T the "overthrow of demo- cratically-elected governments by violent means." Tlie order followed the firing of Dawson Creek high schol I teaclicr Arthur Olsen and con- troversy over statements by Ronald Kirkby, a philosophy in- structor at Ihe University of I Victoria. Mr. Berger sought lo have the order declared outside the powers of tlie provincial gov- TORONTO (CP) Stafford cnlmpnt. Smytho and Harold Brillard._top plaintiffs have no more than a hypothetical Plaintiffs in Ihe action were Dr. Stuart Marshall Jamieson and Dr. Reginald Arthur Rob- son of the University of B.C. Dr. Lionel Kenner of Simon Frascr University; Dr. John legal Marks Dcwcy of the University tutionaliiy of the order. Thc Frances May Woi judge Hockey top executives remanded ledge, an employee of the Van- couver school board and vice- president of the B.C. Teachei Federation; and Andrew Veri- shine, of the B.C. Vocational School in suburban Bumaby executives of Maple Leaf Gar- dens Ltd., were remanded Fri- day to Sept. 27 on charges of theft and fraud involving a lotal of W78.000 from the Gardens. Smylhc, 51, is president of the Gardens, home of the National Hockey League Toronto Maple Leafs. Bi'dlars is executive vice-president F.ach is free on .VMl.'KX) bail. Students planning In nllcnd tlir Onnsolidat- They were firrpptpd June IK. rd Mich Schonl nud v. tin arc- The Crovrn said fallowing ncl yd inav rhelr appr'tlranre lirtnvn Prnvin- I tor ni NT srhnnl Iridny iin'il rial Court Jndgp Sidney nor> p in. nn Mnnrlay from P buck Friday lhat a Ir'al date n m. until p m will he .set Srpt. a hypothetical interest." said Mr. justice Aikins. "This is not sufficient to give them status (a maintain this action." He pointed out that the order used the word "advocate" and said: "To teach, explain or expound a political theory is not at all (he same as to advocate imple- will result from says chief SASKATOON iCTt Pnlirr- i izp srvrioty fa Ihat we end up Chief Jim KclUc-s Fridav term- i with a bunch of freaks and nicnling Ihe theory. "The order in council may difficulties; if il docs, a Icnrhcr, apprehensive of Ihosr difficulties and wishing to avoid a possibly troublesome sit- uation, can be careful to make il explicit In teaching politics i.hj't. hr i.- no! an advocate of nvcrlhroT of democra- governments by violent ed a federal gov- ernment youth report's sugges- tion that marijuana bo made legal. "I don't know what they are trying to do to he said. "Tlie way thing.? are going now. we arc going t o wreck Ihe lives and well-being of future generations. "They are going to demoral- medical misfits." Man killed 011 Highway 1 FIGHT KILLED MOTHER RIVIERE DU LOUP, Que. i CANMORE (CP) Roger SCP) rv'elsr, Nadeau, 22, of I Gerald Elby, 19, o! Water Val- St. Alexandre, Que., found crim- j ley was killed when he was inally responsible for the death j struck by a car on Highway 1 July 29 of his mother, was sen- tenced Thursdav to one vear. near this southwestern Alberta community. Policing of towns probed EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta police commission will make no recommendations re- garding arrangements in small towns unLil further in- quiries are completed, a spokes- man for Ihe commission said Friday. The commission secretary has held meetings with officials in Rimbcy and Bentley and in- quiries are also planned for Alix, Calmar and Hardisty. The spokesman said the po- lice commission is primarily concerned with policing prob- lems of communities having a population cf less than especially those which have ex- pressed dissatisfaction. Advance polls draw EDMONTON (CP) Mora than voters have voted during the first three days of advance polls in Edmonton for Monday's Alberta election, of- ficials said Friday. The polls will remain open today. vSo far the number of ad- vance ballots cast exceeds the cast in the same period before the May, 1967, provin- cial election. DEBBIE'S DIGS Deborah Milchcll, a 19-year-old who dropped out of high school with grades in Ihe 90s, simply "loves" the view of the cily skyline from her new job painting skyscrapers. She wont reveal bow much she makes, but says "ll's more than I'd ever make as a secretary." Recently she had o "fun ride down from the T6th floor with a grasshopper. That's Baltimore down be- low. ROTHMANS Phnninj a community evert? Tim risen! l Rolhmanj Special Events Caravan now, Tlia Caravan, with its public address system and modem slafle facilities is available of thaws by writing to: Promotion Department, Rothrnam of Pall Mall Canada Limited. 34M Bub Sticet Smrtli East Caljary AlbcrtH. SATURDAY, AUG. 28 Polish Youth, Dance in Polish Hall, 8 p.m. midnight. Snacks and refreshments available. Tickets at door. Parents, friends and guesls are welcome. -Loyal Order of Moose, Social and Dance, Moose Hall 9 p.m. Music by the Bridge- Town Trio. Members and invited guests. SUNDAY, -Concert, Henderson Lark Park. Ann Camp- bell Singers, from 2 4 p.m. MONDAY. AUG. .10 One Club, first business meeting for fall term, Eoulhminster Church Upper Hall, 8 p.m. MONDAY, .in and TUESDAY, AUG. 31 -Registration for YMCA Family and Youth Programs, 6 p.m. 9 p.m. Phone 328-7771 for information. AL'C. 3I SEPT. Crob.s Blood Clinic, Tuesday. 6 9 p.m., Wednesday, I 3 p.m. and Thursday 11 a.m. and 0 9 p m. The Rolhmon'i Weekly Calendar of Events 11 a scrvicj that is provided free of charge 1o all non-profit organizations In iho area. In order Ihcl your organization's events ore listed on Ihe Calendar, send the necessary informa- tion by moil plcaie to MRS. HEtEN KOVACS, The telhbridqe Herald. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 1 and Garden tour sponsored by Leth- bridge John Howard Society. ticket in- cludes visit fo Nikka Ynko Japanese Garden and tour of Lethbridge Correctional In- stitution where tea and lunch will be served. MONDAY TO FRIDAY Association for the Mentally Re- tarded Prc-School for the Handicapped, Children 3 6 years, Immanuel Lutheran Church 10 a.m. 2 p.m. Phone 327-2911 for information. DAILY Vuko Japanese Garden, 8 a.m. p.m. Alexander Gait Museum, 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, Sunday 2-5 p.m. Fort Whoop-Up Compound and Mine Train, Indian Battle Park, to 8 p.m. Mile Drop In-Centre, 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, and all statutory and public holidays, WKEKM' Outdoor Club meet 9 a.m. every Sunday for those interested in bikes in close proximity to or within city. For further information call 328-7265, 327-0630 or 327-7559. Captain fined for polluting QUEBEC (CP) Capt. A. J. Ball of the British freighter Ilarmattan was fined Thursday for discharging oil into the St. Lawrence River three times Aug. 10, one dis- charge resulting in an oil slick two miles long and feet wide. He put lo sea shortly after tlie offence and was not in court for sentencing, but his lawyer arranged j cover the oil-dumping deposit to maximum fine for Balanced budget down Tory alley EDMONTON (CP) The P r o g r e s sive Conservatives could operate within a bal- anced budget if they were to form the government following the Aiherta provincial election Monday, party leader Peter Loi-gheed said Saturday. He was speaking to a news conference as he wound up his election campaign in the capi- U flollowing a standing-room- only rally Thursday night. Asked to comment on Pre- mier Harry Strom's suggestion that if the Conservatives de- feated the Social Credit it would cost the taxpayers an extra million, he replied that was "not correct." COST CONTROL The Conservative platform has emphasized cost controls, he The party could op- erate within the existing gov- ernment budget with the nat- ural increases although it LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE SAT., AUG.28, at 9 p.m. At the MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd Avc. N. Admission P" coupU Music by THE BRIDGE-TOWN TRIO For Memberi and Invited Guesli NOW at the town chef Our Delightful SMORGASBORD AVAIIABIE ON WEDNESDAY EVENING lo p.m. SATURDAY EVENING to p.m. Adulti 2.25 Children Under 12 1.50 Town Chef Professional Bldg. Across from Paramount Theatre might rlip into the reserves more. The Conservatives have indi- cated that extra money for their promised programs would come from altered fed- eral provincial arrangements and from increased roya'ties from the natural resources of the province, he said. Mr. Lougheed said a Conser- vative government would work at the federal provincial con- ference for a 50-per-cent shar- ing of tax revenue on educa- tion and health, such as ad- vocated by Quehec. He said In reply to a ques- tion he thought the division of power under the present Cana- dian constitution would be ade- quate if the division of fi- nances was more equitable. Asked about the Conserva- tives stand on bilingualism, he replird that he thought the province was making pro- gress, but that it was more im- portant to increase its empha- sis on Ablerta's multi-cultural aspects. "There has not been enough emphasis on the multi-cultural aspect of this he said. "One area where this has been lacking is In government appointments." Speaking about F r 1 d a y' s walkout by some prison offi- cers in Aiberta to back up de- mands for collective bargain- ing for civil servants, the Con- scrvativ eleader said he does not condone illegal strikes. "I appreciale the views of the people he said. The situation had been "bad- ly handled" by the Social Credit administration, he add- APPROVES LOTTERY HAHRTSBUHG, Pa. (AP) Gov. Milton J. Shapp signed leg- islation Thursday giving Penn- sylvania a state lottery which is to provide million annually in property-tax relief for Llic eklcrlv. The best tobacco money can buy DP New Deal ior People Soccer results Division II Blackpool 1 Sheffield W 0 Bristol C 2 Middlesbrough 1 Cimliff 1 Hull 1 Cm-lisle 0 Swindon 0 Charllon 2 Watford 0 Fulham 0 Norwich 0 Lulon 1 Preston I Oxford 2 Burnley 1 Portsmouth 1 Birmingham 0 Queen's PIl 1 Millwall 1 Sunderland 2 Orient 0 Division II Aston Villa 2 Rochdale 0 Bamsley 1 Shrewsbury 3 Blackburn 2 Wrexham 1 Bournemouth 3 Rotherham 1 Bradford C 2 Halifax 1 Mansfield 0 Brighton 3 Notts C 1 Bolton 2 Oldham 1 Walsall 3 Port Vale 0 Chesterfield 2 York City 2 Plymoulli 3 Division IV Aldershot 1 Heading 2 Bury 3 Colchester 0 Chester 5 Gillingham 1 Crewe 0 Scunthorpe 2 Darlington 0 Brentford 0 Doncaster 0 Barrow 1 Grimsby 1 Workjngton 1 Hartlepools 2 Southend 2 Lincoln 3 Newport 1 Northampton 1 Exeter 1 Peterborough 4 Slcckport 2 SCOTTISH LEAGUE CL'P AirdrieoniaTis 1 Dunfermline 0 Arbroalh 2 Parlick 4 Brechin 2 Forfar 1 Clyde 0 Falkirk 1 Clydcbank 5 Berwick n Cowdenbeath 1 Queen's Pk I Dundee 3 Aberdeen 1 East Fife 1 Hailh 1 F, Stirling 2 Hamilton 15 Hibernian 2 Molherwell 1 Kilmarnock 4 Dundee U 1 Montrose 0 St. Mirren 1 Morton 2 Ayr 0 Rangers 0 Ccllic 3 St. Johnslone 1 Hearts 0 Stenhousemuir 1 Queen of S 0 Striling 3 Dumbarton 2 Stranraer 2 Albion 0 II1ISII LEAGUE Ulster Cup Ards 2 Bangui- 0 Crusaders 0 Linficld 3 Deny 2 Cliftonville 1 Distillery 0 Coleraine 0 Glenloran 1 Gienavon 2 Portadown 7 Ballymena 0 Broadcaster Love dies CALGARY (CP'i Gordon Herbert Love of Calgary, past- president of CFCN Radio and Television and former president of the Calgary Exhibition End Stampede Association, died Fri- day night at the age of 81. He was born in Button, Ont. Education hears voice of sIndents Pecom- i federal CALGARY fCP) mendalfons made by government committee that youth bn allowed a greater say in education arc alreaxly teing followed in Alberta, says Education Minister Robert Clark. The minister noted that Al- berta university students now sit on all boards of governors and have representation on stu- dent assistance boards. The students "have an ample opportunity to put liieir case forward." NDP candidate uses thumb to catch votes EDMONTON (CP) Linda Gaboury, New Demo- cratic party candidate in Edmonton Centre, uses her thumb 10 catch Ihe votes. Mrs. Gabory, 29, an edu- cation student at tlie Uni- v e r s i t y of Alberta and mother of Iwo children, says thumbing aroiuid her con- stituency hi the campaign for the Aug. 30 provincial el- ection is not, only cheap but, it gives her a chance lo meet the most interesting people. One day, equipped wilh signs and mimeographed NDP leaflets, she found her- self in the front seat of her arch-rival's car. It was Gor- don Miniely, Progressive Conservative candidate for the constituency. Weather and road report ABOVE 7.EHO AT NOON SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET 11 L PIIE Lctlibridge 92 61 Medicine Hat 91 56 Finchcr Creek 91 54 Calgary........ S3 51 Edmonton.......70 51 Banff .........82 57 High Level 71 45 .04 Peace River ......67 42 Grande Prairie ___ 64 Prince George 65 Kamloops........85 Vancouver.......70 Penticlon 83 Prince AJbert Saskatoon Swift Current Moose Jaw North Bay Regina...... Winnipeg Thunder Bay Toronto Ottawa Montreal Quebec Chicago...... 77 80 91 92 65 90 .88 77 71 67 69 71 67 57 59 5.1.. 45 61 .13 55 .62 58 .511 55 61 .02 Denver Los Angeles 88 93 Miami 90 New York 72 58 72 76 .34 67 5.64 72 58 69 2.79 70 50 61 54 52 57 61 46 San Diego 84 San Francisco .67 Washington .74 Honolulu 87 Mexico City 75 Rome 84 Paris 70 Berlin 68 Amsterdam 64 Madrid 06 Stockholm 66 FORECASTS Today and Sunday: sunny. Brisk west winds along the foothills. Lows 45-50. Higlis Sunday 80- 90. MEDICINE HAT Today and Sunday: Sunny. Lows near 50. Highs Sunday near 90. KOOTENAY, COLUMBIA Today: Sunny with cloudy per- iods and a chance of a few afternoon and evening thunder- storms. Sunday: mainly sunny. .57 j Highs today and Sundav, 85 to I 90. Overnight lows, 45 to" 55. NEW ALLIS CHALMERS Model G and Model F 240 Election Day is almost here, and by now you hav the issues ol stake. heard We in Ihe New Democratic Parly hope that after careful consideration you'll cast your ballot for us on Monday. New Democrats in tlie Alberla legislature will work on bohalf of people as Ibey are Ihe most imporlant of all resources. We solicit your support on MONDAY. In LETHBRIDGE WEST vote KLAAS BUIJERT LETHBRIDGE EAST vote DOUG POILE PINCHER CREEK vote DR. CLARENCE SMITH Potato Harvesters at WHOLESALE PRICES Phona now or write: General Farm Supplies COUTTS HIGHWAY P.O. BOX 1202 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 327-3165 INSERTED BY THE AIDERTA NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY All highways In bridge District ore OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COUHTESV OF AMA the Lcth dry and in good driving condl- idry ai bare and'lion. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening nnd Closing CniKIs 2-1 hours: Canvay 5 n.m. lo 11 p.m. MST; Dol Rnnila 7 a.m. lo n p.m.; riooscville, B.C. 7 a.m. to II p.m.; Kingsgale, B.C., 24 hours; Porthill-Hykcrts 8 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain C a.m. to 9 p.m. Wildliorse, 7 (o 8 p.m. Ixigan Pass open 2-1 houri daily.