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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Monday, Auguit 28, 1971-------------------------------------------------- More stranded tourists flown back to Canada Ilv ll.MlOI.n MOmilSON' LONDON1 (TPI More Ktiandci! Canadians were down home from Kriropoim points during the weekend with tlie Canadian government instruct- ing airlines to accept special low fares from passengers whose charter flights have been cancelled. Air Canada reported today that a special flight carried Ca- nadians from Zurich Sunday and that others would bo ac- commodated in regular flights as soon as possible. An official said he understood that Air franco Is carrying stranded Canadians from Paris. Ho said that both Air Canada Ihe Canadian Transport Com mission, a gove atorv body, Officials" at Canadian mis- sions in Switzerland and franco reported busy helping stranded travellers as a result of financial entangle- merits involving Intcrserviee. described as a Montreal-based charter operator. WON'T ilONOIt TICKETS One official said hundreds of Canadians are holding unaccep- table return tickets. The Swiss airline which was to fly Ihe Ca- nadians home claimed it had not been paid by Inlcrservice and backed out of the deal. In some cases the Canadian The numlKr of stranded Ca- nadians in Kuropc climbed sharply this year as a result of harier difficulties with some Canadian booking agencies lx> cominc bankrupt and others ex- periencing difficulty in meeting bills on time, One unofficial estimate Is that ihe total so far this sum- mer may be In the npighlwr- hood of Many returned homo by paying tha regular fare. and Air France are providing missions are lending the trav- seals for these tourists at less ellcrs funds to pay for their re- than half price at tho request of i turn tickets.____________ 11 killed ricane Betty areas MIAMI (AP> Hurricane Betty swirled over the North Atlantic today hut posed no threat to any land area, the Na- tional Hurricane Centre re- ported. The storm, officially the first hurricane ever to evolve out of a neutercanc, had highest sus- tained winds of 100 miles an hour as it moved away from the United States. The hurricane kept ''right on course." heading east-northeast at 20 to 25 m.p.h., meteorologist Neil Frank said. Neutercanc Bravo was rede- signaled as a hurricane Sunday when il became apparent the system was drawing most of its might from a warm cen- tral core, said. We've the weather centre had neutercnncs own through history and no doubt some of them have turned into hurricanes before." Frank explained, "But only recently has satellite tech- nology enabled us to identify accidents Ily T1IK I'liKSS At least 11 persons died ac- cidentally on the prairies dur- ing the weekend, [our in fires and three by drowning. A survey by the Canadian Press from fi p.m. Friday to midnight Sunday night, loca' limes, showed Fix fatalities ir Alberts, three In Saskatchewan and two in Manitoba. In Alberta, tu-o persons in a house fire at Grande Prairie Sunday. They identified as Larry While. 19 Ku Klux Klan to campaign for Tory parly candidates them and track them. This is and David Kennedy, 13, both o the first time a hurricane has Orandc Prairie. evolved from a known neuter- i An Edmonton woman was CAI.GAnY (CP) The Im- icrinl Wizard of Ilic Ku KUix {Ian in sniel Saturday his organization will "campaign idively" for Progressive Con- ervntive candidates in tire next cilernl election campaign. Temrlnch Mac A' Pheursoln jf Calgary said in an inlorvlew e Xlr.r. "v.'ill bo riiirmlhig and nee (o lell Albertnns how we In feel lliey should vole." arc strongly opposed to ll-c Trudcaii government and will urge to vote Con- said Mr. Mac AT Phearsoin, who tint, the Klan has five "Klavern.s" or in lour in Edmonton and one each in Red .ecturing throughout the prov-1 Kecr ami Lcthbridgc and others Irving begins prison sentence TIME FOR A BREAK Bobby Fischer strolls off Ihe stage a1 laugardal Holl Sunday night In Reykjavik, Ice- land, sipping a drink and leaving Boris Spassky to niaku nexl move in their chess game. Fischer and Spassky drew the 19lh game of the world chcii championship march. Fischer leads 11-8. They resume play Tuesday. (AP Wirephoto) cane." A ncutercane has energy sources common both to hurri- canes and to winter storms, Frank said. Ncutercane Bravo was rechristcned Hurricflne Betty, he said, "because the tropical energy processes have became dominant.'1 An I killed Kclmonton Sunday woman night when U.S. launches campaign to reduce UN contribution UNITED NATIONS (AP) The United States has launched t new campaign lo reduce Hie American assessment for the United Nations to "no more than 25 per cent" of the world organization's regular budget. The U.S. tab In 1972 amounted to 31.52 per cent, or million, the highest of the 132 UN members. In hi.; first budget as UN sec- ret ary-general, Kurt Waldheim has asked tnc General Assem- bly to approve expenditures of Meet Andy {224 million in 19r.3. an increase of 5.17 per cent from 1972. A highly-placed U.S. official told reporters Ilic American move for a reduction "Li not in relaxation for things the UN has done lhat we don't although there arc individuals in this country who would por- tray it in this light." A storm of criticism of the United Nations boiled up in Congress last year when Na- tionalist China was expelled in a stunning defeat for the United tales. The U.S. delegation ad- sed the General Assembly ast year that it wanted a re- liction to 25 per cent. It re- ewed the campaign in a mem- randum just Issued to all members. The document, which became vailable for publication today, ays that "the position main- ained by the United States and a number of other member struck by a car In the capital city. Her name was not releas- ed. Eugene Henry MalachowsH, 37, of Kdmnnton drowned Sat- nrlay in a boating accident at Crane Lake near Bonnyville. The province's two other fa- talities occurred Friday night. Paul Francis Bacon, 2fi, a Brit- ,sh soldier, was struck hy a car on a highway near Canadi- an Forces Base Suffield. David Hasler, 16, of Sutton, Ont., died when a car in which he was riding crashed on the Banff- Jasper Highway. i Pope warns clergy about dress attire VATICAN CITY (Renter) The Vatican has issued a world-wide warning to Roman "alholic priests, monks and inns that when they their traditonal dress or adop civilian-type clothing they rnus still be distinguished from or dinary people. The warning went out In a Keb. 25 but onl; just marie thi Congregation for the religious Andy Rusiell, our own nolionolly-farnous naluralisl, hos been beqging ui for yean 1o laVe teller care of -world. tl the only ona He hai agreed that hn ihould 10 get to Olfawa, where Im- poManf deeKloni of Fee ling ui end our world are made tales in 1946r that It is un- leallhy for a world-wide organ- zation to bo excessively de- pendent upon tho financial con- ribution of any one member continues to be reflected strongly in American public opinion." The memorandum saw] the U.S. government hopes tho re- icl t on in its assessment ca n e accomplished through tbo admission of new members ami increases in the assessments ol few members, "reflecting Ehcir comparative economic growth.1' A U.S. official said It was hoped, for example, that East and West Germany would by admitted by He said also that China real- that it should pay more than the four per cent assess- ment the Nationalist regime on Taiwan paid. "It might fin up by 3 or 4 per ho said. and the Secular Institutes, a de partment of Ihe Homan Curi which looks after the world1 various Catholic religious Ueri. Cdi-dinal, dies VATICAN CITY tAP) An gclo Cardinal Dell'Acqua th vicar general for Rome, di Sunday during a pilgrimage Ixjurdes, France, tha Vatica announced. He was 63. Cardinal Dell'Acqua, a mem her of the inner circle of th Roman Catholic Church, wai made a cardinal hy Pope Paul in A year later, the Pope named him vicar-gentra] for Home. As such, thy cardinal became the administrator o[ tlie Home diocese in the name of the who Is the bishop o[ Ttomc. was loanied before fatal crash oi airliner WASHINGTON (AP) De- pite his co-pilot's warnings, pilot of an airliner in- entionally descended below a missible altitude and his air- raft crashed on an instrument pproach to fog-shrouded New Education report cost EDMONTON (CP) A gov- irnment commissioned report m the future of education In lberta cost the tfovernm Dr. Waller Worth said re. Dr. Worth, now deputy minis- er of education, conducted the hree-year study which culmiti- j in his report which was ssucd in June. lie said the figure covers all costs except the pro- duction and distribution of. the 325-page report. This Ls ex- pected to cost hut the government hopes In recover a argc percentage of this if al printed copies are sole at each. Eight hundred cop- wero distributed free to news media and education offi cials. Forest fire still burning LOS ANGELES fAP) Eire thrtl has rliarred acres arid churned I lie lives o six men continual 'o burn t flay in Los Padrr-.s Nation a Forest. At least four miles along th perimeter remained nn checked, forest scrvic spokesmen said. Coulainmci was expected Tuesday morn Five fire fighters ami a pil in the crash of a helicopter Saturday night as the men were heing shuttled to work on fire linos HO miles northwest of j Angeles. Five other men were injured in the crash, aven, airport last .me, the National Trans tort all on Safely Boarri said untlay. David Easlridge, 39, of Lor- on, Va., the pilot of the Al egheny Airlines Convair 5flO ierl In the crash and 2G nasen and a stewardess died in [ire that broke out afler vards. Tho co-pilot, James Walker o rtcmphis, Term., anrt two pas enters the only BUTVL ors, Tlie co-pilot considered taking iver command as Uie plane de cended, Ihe hoard said, but dc cided it was better to have on in charge than to hav fighting over the confrnl.s. "With the exception of th captain, who sustained fatal !n uries upon impact, everyon aboard this flight could hav survived if rapid egress fror :he fire area liad been possibl jr if flarne propagation ha icon the board's ac cident report sairt. Tho board recommended view of wage-agrecmcn clauses that provide bonuses I a pilot for fa.slcr-than-schcdule operations. Noting that the pilot lintf lo; more than an hour by missin Ihrce 1 rinding approaches licr al Groton, Conn., ttic safet board said lhat "in all probabi ity fuel and lime were occup ing much of his attention." Tho report said and other airlines pay a honi in time or money when pilo beat a flight's published schc ule. Rtit it a (1 d c d that th hoard could make no condusi finding on the pilot's motivali descend deliberately to dangerously Irnv altitudB1' New Haven. NEW YORK (AP) Clifford Irving left tils wife and two young sons in Florida Sunday and flew here en route to the Turner rejects charges OTTAWA (CP) Finance inistcr John Turner ha.s re- eled charges that the federal jvemmcnt ha.s not consulted e provinces about winter crn- oyment programs. Ho said the criticisms have, een made by several provin- al premiers and ministers. "I find these, charges as- undlng in the face of the ccord of extensive disciisslons iat have been held with the rovinccs Mr. Turner lid in a letter to provincial remiers, text rf which was ado pubic. Labor head Ho recalled that last Novem- >er a conference of first mini-s- crs decided that Ihe fcdcro ml provincial governments hould jointly undertake valuation o[ pro being introduced at tlia ime. Federal ami provincial oft -lals met repeatedly during tlie prng and early summer tr conduct the evaluation, ant irovincial views were coiporatcd In the ensuring inrl. Mr. Turner said he person ally travelled across Canada i June and July, meeting provin cial linance ministers and di? cussing with them a range 'iscal and economic matters in eluding winter employment pro jrains. 'The record of consultation Is said Mr. Turner, It comes, therefore, ns a sui prise to hear some provincin jrcmiers still complain of !h lack of consullation." federal prison In Lcuifihurp; Pa., where he begins a sentence Monday for con- spiracy and fraud in faking an autobiography ot Howard Hughes. On Ills arrival at I.aGuarclla Ail-port, he said he was "rather depressed" at the thought of prison hut added ho hoped he nd his wife, Edith, would eunilc when lu'a term ended. I don't tliink any man con nve assurances that his wifi ill be wnltlnc for him nftci years in prison, hut I thinl have as good a chance as any be told reporters ot On irport. "We want lo stay niarrict e want lo keep the family to- ho sauI. "Tor her It vlll he a practical decision ol whether she can forget what ia opened." Irving, 41, his wife, Ediln. and his researcher, Richard SusHnd, pleaded guilty last Juno to charges they swindled ,1cGraw Hill Inc. out of MO for Ihe fake autobiography. Mrs. Trving, 36, spent the last n days with her husband and children In Sarasola, Fla., after serving her sentence, a two- month jail term. Sho planned to surenrtor to Swiss authorities next week on larceny and forg- ery charges in Ihc literary ca- smaller Alherla centres :'h In; did not name, lie said the Klan considers Jr. Tnidcau'.s record "lo bo ixtrcmcly mnrxisl in content ind consequently wo will sup- iiirl Ihe Conservatives by deliv- 'ling public lectures, dis- ributing literature and holding He added that, ihe Klan has lot asked any Conservatvo larty officials if they will ac- cept its support. Mr. Mac A' Phcarsoln said he Klan will not seek Con- servative party endorsement. "We're just expressing an ipinion as to which party wo eel should be elected." Soldier killed SUFFIELD, Alia. (CP) A British soldier training at the C'iinaclian Forces liasc here was killed during tlie weekend when struck by a car and a 59-year- old man criminal death. The RCMP identified the vic- tim as Paul Francis Bacon, 20, of the First Battalion, Royal Irish Rangers. They said ho was charged with negligence causing was walking along a public highway near the base, 25 miles northwest of Medicine Hat, with two other soldiers. Sheldon Fleming, a field tech- nician at Ihe Suffield Defcnco lescarch Station w.os charged n the case and was remanded to Aug. 31. per. Irving said he planned to write about piison conditions while serving his sentence. Present moon dust MOSCOW (AP) Russia has given Britain some lunar soil and tho British official who no- copied iL said: "I never thought tho day would come when I would ask for tho moon, and get a pieco of 11." Tlio gram of moon dust was turned over to Sir James LighltiiU, a former vice-president of Britain's Roy- al Society, by Alexander Vmo- gradov of the Soviet Academy of Sciences. The soil was col- lected by unmanned space veh- icles. GENERAL Weather and road report Rutiell, -campaign for the tl- hit norr fall? Cr-rn i Andy Ip tha ERICKSEN'S RESTAURANT Wednesday Auguit 30lh Andy Russell Cures! Do You? Iki- lilwo tin PAY LESS RIDE THE BUS PLUS! ONLY more lhan regular Greyhound lore between CALGARY and LETHBmDGE 51.25 more lhan regular Greyhound la re bolwrien CALGARY nrifl EDMONTON Greyhound announces new reduced fares fin V.I.P. Executive Coach Services between Edmonton, Cal- fjary and Lethbridge. SAME LUXURYl SAME 'HOSTESS CARE'! NO RESERVATIONS HEEDED! GO GREYHOUND and leave ihe driving to us government OTTAWA Politicking is re- sponsible for the current, im- se in negotiations between the federal government and Canadian postal workers, Doiv aid MacDonaltl, president of the Canadian Labor Congress, charged today. "Start acting like an employ- er and not n political parly" he the government in an address Ui the; national convention of tho Letter Cur- riers' Union. 'I'lie prus! ft re our nirr'-nl atfcjupls lo "rc-r-Ia.sxify employees to lower giving lo operate Uitler sort- ing equipment that will he stnllr-d major po-sl offices throughout the country. jol) was handled hy hand. Mr. MacDonatr] Atl.ick- fd I he: Hovci'nmenL for it-s clrujln ]o .vlandarri in if.s fight against regional disparities. Whilo ('ktternplirg to re- fjioufil UK; govern- ment, triwl to i-ijlfr, for civil hcrvjjnLs. Tin .said this would hfivn (r.sultcd Spaceship moved to launch pad CAPE KEN'NEDV, Fla. (API __The rocket and spaceship for the last Apollo moon-landing mission will transported to Ihe launch pad today for Ihe lengthy check leading In a Dec. 6 blastoff. The. rocket, wild conv mand and lunar-landing ships cradled on lop, will roll out of Ihe assembly building at 7 a.m. EDT, standing upright cm huge tracked vehicle called crawler. The trip to the pad miles away i.s expected to lake about six hours. The men who will (1 y Ihe mis- sion, Apollo 17 Astronauts Ku- gene A. Cernan, ftoivilrl I-'. Kvans and Dr. Harrison H. Schmitt, will observe Ihe early movement of the rocket. During Iho nearly 13-day rnis- Eion, Cernan and Schmitt, a ge- ologist, are to spent! a record B2 hours on Iho lunar surface, exploring a region of mountains nnd. valleys called Taiirus-Lil- trow. SUNHISE TUESDAY II US 80 00 711 73 PI no 71) M 72 CO 74 73 EO 83 82 Pinchcr Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie nanff...... Calgary Victoria...... Penticton 1'rince George Kamloop.s Vancouver askatoon Rcgina........ Winnipeg Toronto Oltawa 81) Montreal St. John's Halifax...... Charlotletown Fredei icton Chicago New York Miami Los Angeles Las Vefins 05 69 74 71 77 87 B6 ..82 90 78 M 57 57 57 51 68 Phoenix .........37 Rome 81 Paris London ...........64 57 Amsterdam 68 53 Moscow G-1 55 Stockholm TO Tokyo.......... FOItKCAST: 47 l.ellibridKe-Mcdiclne Hnt 52 Today anil Tuesday. Sunny. M Lows" near 55. Highs 85-90. 5fi Calgary Today and Tues- 4r> day: Mainly sunny. Lows near 55. Highs 75-110. 57 Colimibia-Koottnny Today 50 nnd Tuesday: Sunny and warm, K! A (ow clouds along the Rockies. Higlis today 85 to 90. In- night 45 to 55. Highs Tuesday .41 BO to 85. .38 MONTANA East nf Continental .01 Fair and continued warm today and Tuesday. Highs both days .30 85 to 95. tonight 50s. West nf Cnnllncntal .00 Fair and continued warm todny 81 1.83 .01 and Tuesday. Highs both days mostly 80s. Ixws tonight 45 to Fnolbdll fan faces KKMONTON' (Cl'( A man was rtnestMi l-'n ihiy night al Cl.nke Stadium aflnr a British Columbia Lions player was struck by an empty v.hisky boltlo from tho stands. Henry Ttohert Hamilton ol Edmonton was charged with criminal negligence and com- mon assault after a bolllo struck Peter E'almer of Ihe li.C. Lions on his shoulder pads. Hamilton was remanded In court loday until Wednesday. Sixteen charges nf illegal pn.ssf.ssinn of liquor were laid al thf Western Koolball Confer- BARGAIN-BARGAIN-BARGAIN USED ANDERSON CHAFF WAGON WITH 10 HORSE MOTOR SPECIAL 550 CALL KEN DICKSON TODAY GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-1141 [in pay rliifrrcricrs onro workws In provtacen. 1 ?0-7. orrrciM. AS or A.SI. TODAY COUKTKSV OK AMA JliRliway 1, Trans Cnnatia Highway, liarc and dry. All In Mm T (IJsrtict AIO baro dry. F'OIITS OF ENTHY (Openinj; nniT Claslnfi Conds hciur.s; Carway fi lo miilninlil; Ilonila 8 a.m. to n p.m.. KooM'vilk, nf. n it.tn In midnijihl; bnuv5; Porlhill ItykrTi.i R am. lo mirlnicM; Chief Mcumlain 7 lo 10 p.m.; WildhorsM, S a.m. to t p.m. ;