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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THl imWRIDOl HERAID WndntlJoy, Aujuil 30, 1971 McGoverii's plan fails to impress Wall Street NEW YORK (lieulcr) Georjjo McGovcrn's revised d'onomlc plan calling for 530- billion cuts in military sprinting nni! tax reform tins failed to converts on Wall Street. The Democratjo candidate chosn Wall which ho calls "Tlw Lion's Ilic eilc Tuesday for Inmicliing the new version of his economic and welfare, plans which have been heavily criti- ciml In the past for bcinc lo radical. Hie reaction nn Wall Street Appi trocal given, lo return stranded Canadian tourists OTTAWA fCP) The Cana- dian transport commission lias authorized Air Canada and sev- eral European airlines to bring back Canadians stranded in Eu- rope because of air charter problems. A commission spokesman said Tuesday that Air Canada, Sabera, Air France and Swis- sair have been given per- mission to make seats available on regular flights for these stranded tourists. Air Canada is switching from Its norm a'. DC-3 aircraft to an elongated version of the same airplane 'o carry 80 extra pas- sengeis from Paris today, Uio commission source said. A similar aircraft would pick up an extra 80 passengers in Zurich, Switzerland, Sept. 7. The airlines will be charging about to a seat to tire returning charter passengers (he commission spokesman said. Liberals have young vote lead Air France lias also been aii- liorized to fly back French na- ionals stranded in Canada be- cause of charter problems here. Disputes between charter irokers and charier air cnr- riers havo left passengers with- out return passage. OTTAWA (CP) Form and informal soundings by the three major political parties in dicate the Liberals have a leaf in the contest for the votes of young people. Party sources said in Inter- views Tuesday that the Liberal lead Is evident in polls as well as from their impressions in meeting young voters. Atwul one-fifth of the elec- torate is In the 13-to-24 age group and thus would be voting for the first time in the next election. At the election, only persons 21 and over were er.titled to vote. A Progressive Conservative spokesman added, however, that his party appears to be making gains among youth nnd could well match the Liberal Tote In that category when the election is held. Premier Chou visits trade exposition OTTAWA fCP) Chlnescs Premier Chou En-lai spent more than two hours visiting the Canadian trade exposition in Peking, the first time he has visited a foreign trade fair in China, it was announced Tues- day by the Canadian embassy in the Chinese capital. Accompanied by Vice-Pre- mier LI Hsien-nien and other officials, Chou was received by Canadian Ambassador Ralph Collins and L. .1. Kodger, gen- eial director of the trade fair. More than 500 businessmen nnd Canadian government offi rials are displaying the prod nets and services of 203 Cana dian companies in the ex- position, ttie biggest in Can atia's history. A news release Issued by the Industry, trade and commerce department here said Chou vis itcd more than 25 exhibits dur ing his tonr and showed par ticular interest in off shon drilling techniques, heavy off highway vehicles and geophy sical surveying equipment anr sen-ices. was that his plans arc still too radical, hut many conceded Hint Ilicy now are much better thought out nnd heller politi- cally. In tho speech, McGovern pro- nsrd the crenlion of a "na- ml income insurance plan" replace tlie current welfare ystem and culled for an end to loopholes which benefit tlie ich and cuts In defence spcnd- of billion a year for :irco years. But an earlier controversial roposnl lo give Amerl- i grant as a basic ncome was missing. AMIS P'KAHS Ono e c o n o m 1 8 t said [cGovem'fi speech did much to aim Wall Street fears, but few nal.vsts could be found to raise the new proposals. "Whatever Ws case for tax eform, Its adoption in this orm would be very dts ono said. But other observers said McGovern now Is proposing programs which would be ac- ceptable lo the Democratic larty's more traditional sup- plies of campaign funds, even if Vail Street docs not favor the >lans. McGovern proposed an "In- come insurance" plan that n-ould guarantee a year n cash and food stamps for amilcs of four with no other in- come which he described as an alternative to "the present wel- are mess." In an effort to reassure wage- earners that their earnings not be threatened if he is elected, McGovern said: "No American whose income comes from wages and salaries would :iay one penny more In taxes ihan he does now." Back home TORONTO (CP) A. Y. Jackson, 89, the only living member of Canada's Group of Seven painters, was discharged from York Central Hospital Tuesday and taken to his resi- dence in nearby Kleinburg. Mr. Jackson, wrho underwent 10 days of tests, is resting in quarters the MCiMichael Con- servation Collection of Art, where he has lived for the past llz years. Robert gallery founder, said tests were taken anada may quit ICC in Vietnam Auto-safety air bags given test WASHINGTON (AP) The first testing under real driving NEW TANKER 765 fool tanker Kritl Star, Ihe largest ship ever built In Can- oda, mada ils debut In launching ceremoniei at tho Davie Shipbuilding Ltd. yards in Quebec recently. _______ Nixon-Tauaka talks vital to U.S.-Japan alliance SAN CLEMENTS, Calif. (Reuter) President Nixon flics to Hawaii today for two davs of talks Premier Secretary John Millionaire businessman arrested SANFORD, Fla. (AP) Glenn W, Turner, 37-year-old millionaire and founder of a gi- ant corporate empire, was ar- rested early today as he stepped from his private jet at S a n f o r d Airport, Seminole County deputies said. The Orlando businessman, head of Glenn W. Turner Enter- prises, was served with tivo warrants charging that Turner violated the Uniform Sales and Securities Law, said Seminole County Deputy Russ Corley. Turner was taken to the county Jail here. He imme- diately posted hail and was released, Corley reported. Legal action against Turner firms have been initiated in 42 states. Most allege deceptive- conditions of tlie controversial ito-5afcty air-hag system was given a go-ahead here by Transportation A. Volne. Me accepted for delivery for U.S. government a special order of 125 Mercury 1972 model four-door sedans to lie assigned to the General serv- ices Administration for 18 months of testing in Los Ange- les, Salt Lake City, Miami, San Antonio, and Buffalo. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said thes; dtles were chosen ss widely differing driving condi- tions, and because of their prox- imity to multi-disciplinary ac- ,-iclent Investigation teams sponsored by the safety agency. If Ihe tests prove out, the air hags may be required on all mitos after Aug. 15, 1975. Volpse said more than 700 ad- ditional Mercury sedans are being used in air-bag demon- ins by the Ford Motor Co.; Allstate Insurance Co., sponsor of the tests; Eaton Corp., and Allied Chemical Corp., Knoxville, Term., the two leading manufacturers of air bags. Taknel Tanaka of Japan after announcing further United States troop cuts in Vietnam. The talks, viewed as vital to the future of the United States- Japan alliance, will revolve round Japan's decision to out- pace Washington in improving relations with China, and the Immense trade deficit the United States has with Japan. They are also expected to deal wilh security problems in Southeast Asia and Japan's possible role in Vietnam recon- struction when the conflict has been settled. The president is leaving the Western White House after dis- closing Tuesday that he is cut- ting the authorized level of U.S. troops in .South Vietnam to 000 men by Dec. and warning Hanoi lhat Iho bombing ami sea blockade of Ihe North will go on until all U.S. prisoners are frctd. His announcement, made at a news conference here, was ac companied by a prediction lhat he and Tanaka will ease thorny issue with measures to reduce the trade deficit tho United States has with Japan. Nixon warned Hanoi that he does not intend to halt the bombing of the North for politi- cal reasons during the presi- "more for old age than any-1 selling in the big Turner thing else." money-makers: Koscot inter- Mr. Jackson, who will be 90 planetary, Inc., a cosmetics Oct. 3, was until recently still firm, and Dare To Be Great, a painting in his studio above the self-confidence course. Westerners to advise gallery. n OFFICERS DIE BANGKOK (AP) Two gen- erals, three colonels and seven other military and police offi- cers were killed Monday in the crash of a helicopter about 50 miles southwest of Bangkok, the government reported. Lt.- Gen. Kriangkrai Attanant, com- mander of the army in the Federal complaints are pend- ing before the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Trade Commission. Turner himself faces charges of cnnspiracy to cheat and de- fraud in Michigan anil Florida. Accident victim dies Ann 111 UJ1 "-li OTTAWA (CP) The federal government is planning to ap- point a large team of primarily western consultants to advise it CALGARY (CPj Linda Macharek, In, of fiarons, Bangkok area and one of the I in the Calgary Ck-neral Hospital most powerful men behind the Twwlay from injuries snfffred military government, and thn i Sunday in a one-car accident, nn other officers were on their i Highway 21. about 40 miles way tr. troop manoeuvres. I northeast of the city. aspects of tlie Highway. Public Works Minister Jean- Knrlers Dubc announced today about ]o consultants will c-fl- to work in the geotectml-, engineering and environ- nn died mental protection fields. the Plea bargaining in courts need more control MONTREAL (CP1 The practice of plea bargaining ii Canadian courts contains inher- ent dangers and should be mere controlled by law, a Uni vc-rsity of Windsor professo said Tuesday. K, R. Ratushny, himself lawyer, toid a session of th 54th annual convention of th Canadian Bar Association th practice should at least com under closer scrutiny. Pica bargainings are nego tinted pleas whereby the cused, after discussions wit his lawyer and a represcatatlv nf the prosecution, decides t register a plea to a reduce charge. Wilh the creation of legal o: bureaus, Mr. Itatushny sail plea bargainings have dropped, proof that this practice is often a result of a lawyer persuading a poor client to plea guilty. Other lawyers agreed how- r-vnr, with lawyer Harry Walsh who said that tbi ?ntlal campaign and Bald .ere will be no election-eve mmlck.s on hts part on Viot- ani. The president's latest troop eduction will eut tho number U.S. servicemen io Vietnam y men by Dee. 1. He said there will be U.S. oop.s in Vietn. ,1 as long as a nglc American remains risoncr in the north. McKeough eludes reporters TORONTO (CD clal Treasurer Provin Darcj Angry food merchants battle police HOMT; (AP) Angry food merchants battled police, locked Rome's main wholesale market and beat a number of hopkcepers tod ay in pr olest Icmonstralons against a gov- niment price Many stores and street mar- vels remained closed in protest or the second successive day vbile "punishment patrols" of roamed the city to at- ack open food shops, More than policemen, mtrolled the main chopping centres and five persons were arrested. At the wholesale market near St. Paul's Basilica, shopkeepers Bought to .stop other retailers 'ram buying fresh fruits, vege- :ahles and meat. The protesters, members of a eftist shopkeepers' association, sought lo close other retailers 5y denying them supplies. The was not authorized by heir association which had called a shopkeepers strike only for Monday. The protesters locked up the exit gates at Ihe market, attacked trucks nnd threw boxes of fruit and poultry to the ground. Fist fights broke McKeough arrived back In Can ada Tuesday from London bu eluded reporters waiting t question him on alleged finan cial Interests in a land develop ment company. Published reports have linkc Mr. McKeough to a cpnlrovcrs involving the sutxlivislon land owned by n company which he is saiil to have a f nancial Interest. A Toronl newspaper said Mr. McKcougl as minister of municipal fairs, approved the subdivision Mr. McKeough was in negotiating a loan for Ihe prov ince when the story was pul lished. Paul Mltle, Mr. McKcniKih executive assistant, was aske how the minister had manngp to elude reporters. "ft's none of your business said Mr. Little. Mr. Little indicated that tl controversy McKcough's surrounding M alleged financi By JOHN 1IAY NEW DELHI roke out In Uie top security Al- mny jail on the Isle of Wight, 'risoners set fire to bedding nd from the i-ooflops bomb- rded firemen. Others squalled on the roofs f the Isle of Wight's two other irlsons, I'arkhurst and Camp fill. More than 60 look to the at Chehnsford, Northeast )f London. The convicts also are de- manding recognilion of a pris- oners' union to nir their gricv- inces. Many British Jails date from .lie KKh century, arc over- crowded nnd lack modern sani- ation. ntovo Its headquarters from Soulh Vietnam, to other country, Indian nnd Canadian diplo- mats lierc, end external affalri iepartment officials In Ottawa, ndlcato that adjournment ta a ikeiy outcome of the three- countiy discussions that are to ilart shortly. Tho Indians and Canadians that adjournment would spell the end of the ICC. Canadians havo been telling the Indians that If India will iropose adjournment, Canada will support tho move. They add privately that If India does not propose adjournment, Can- ada might do so. Sept. 30 Is (he deadline Sai- gon has set for departure of all Indian personnel on the ICC, In- cluding Iho Indian-run secretar- iat of Iho commission. ISSUE ERUPTED The Issue erupted hist January when EXPF.NSTVE IRONING CAPH; TOWN, south Africa (Reuter) frank Salaris, 23, had another seven years added lo his ID-year jail sentence for hitting another convict with a cup and forcing him lo swallow glass and razor blades because he refused to iron his trousers, minorities said here. rctically neutral chairman ol ttio it would open an embassy in Hanoi, North Vietnam. It now has only consulates in Hanoi and Saigon. South Vietnam promptly re- taliated by cancelling all ICO visas effective In April. Ttio renewal dale vfta later extended to Sept. 30 for Poles and Canadians, hut lha Indians were lold to leave by Ihcn. Tlie ICC was set up by an In- ternational convention at Gen- eva In to oversee with- drawal of colonial forces from Vietnam nnd to KU- perviso elections In North wid South, Elections were never held tn Ihe South, and the ICC becama paralysed by the cold war and subsequent involvement of U.S. forces in liic Vietnam war. Canadians say tlm commis- sion has useless for years, and that any future role would he dcximed by expulsion of ths Indians from Ihe South. GENERAL Weather and road report SUNUISr: THURSDAY SUNSET 63 holdings had nothing lo do wi his return to Canada. He; also said he did not know of any plans by the minister lo com- ment on tho matter. out. Many shopkeepers tn Rome closed for the day, saying they had received anonymous phone calls threatening "punishment" if stores opened. Inferior drugs claim denied Escaped criminal captured OTTAWA Richard I-con Greene, VI, on the RCMP lisl of Canada's wanted criminals, was captured July in New York City, the ItC.MP announced Tuesday. He was arrested by the New York City police and charger wilh robbery and possession of weapons. Greene was serving nine years for robbery and breaking and entering with intent in the Manitoba Institution at Stony Mountain. He escaped from the Winnipeg General Hospital on Jan. 20 while undergoing treat- ment. Pinohcr Creek iledicinc Hat Edmonton Irantio 1'rairio Banff........ Victoria 'enticton 'rincc (icorgc Camloops 'aiicoiiver Saskatoon Reglna iVinnipug..... Toronto Montreal it. John's..... lalifax CharloUctovm "Ihic.igo New York Miami....... Lor, Angeles ,FIS Vegas Phoenix Home Paris........... London....... Amsterdam Moscow to (hirin highway River volley Geophysical AtucH examination struction mntcriFil such EiS gravel construction of tho up the Mackenzie es would !i> of all con- available, rock WATCH rUESDAY'S HERAIO fo, FURNITURE CLOSE-OUT SALE PERMIT NO. 5SJ for ronRlruction rinr! for conslruciion. has an- nouTifTf! i liat il hopes 1 hflt A firoposrifl pas dix; anil tho highway uill follow Ibc- sarnr; route, assoAs nf various rivor and prepare prelimi- nary design concepts. Mr. IXibc sriul tho ment will appoint firms from Canada "n.i there are many in thn '.Vnst with onl- slrinfiinn m tlie ppir- i in ilar [iflfl.t whirh wed trillion of woulrl suffer considerably if the practice of pica bargaining was greatly limited or hnnned. Jn juries Ill.AIKMOUK ricirl a -Ifl-yrar-olrl din! morn- ing of injuries in a arrklent rin Highway 3, about WINNIPEG (CP) State- ments that a third of Canada's pharmaceutical companies pro- duce inferior drills appear to he part of a campaign lo dis- credit provincial drug-substihi- lion programs, says Dr. A. A. Klass of Winnipeg. Dr. headed 9 commlr- sion which studied drugs coftte in Manitoba. Many of the com- m i RS i n n's recommendations were incorporated in tho drug- substttution program passed at the session of the legisla- ture, Commr-ntirj: on Blafemcntfl by Ihe fl.C. phnrmacisls re- j rlnig Bubstitution IngislaLion wo-1 the of protect- Mm from inferior medication, Dr. said "f v.rnild fnr drx-.-u mentation 11 sr. wi 811 r.o BI 7.1 68 91 58 87 E7 93 jno 97 (11 .76 72 7f> 7i) B9 S! 91 100 ff! .05 Stockholm M fokyo 81 FOKECAST I.cthliridge, Medicine Emmy today with a lew clrujtiy periods. Chancft of showers or lluliufarsliowcrl in the afternoon, Winds W13- 2.V Highs In tlio mid 70s. Lows n e n r 45. Sunny, lllgtu near 80. Calgary Today: Cloudy wilh a few showers. Winds W15- 2H. Clearing lato In the day. Highs 05-70. Thurs- day: Sunny. Iligte near 70. Columbia, Kootenay region Today sunny with afternoon cloudy periods clearing this evening. Thursday sunny and a little wanner. Highs today up- per 70s. tonight low 50s. llighs 'lliursday lower 80s. Kast of Continental Divide Northerly winds and turning much cooler north today nnd ilh portions later this aflcr- noon and evening. Few Ihund- er.storms soulh today with some light rain developing northwest today and tonight. Thursday occasional light rain and continued cooling trend most sections. Highs this after- noon SH lo north portion and mostly Rflr, south. tonight mostly 40s north and 50s south. Highs Thursday 50 to 60. three miles v-est of Ojlcrnan, Monday. f'horna, (lie driver of a f.'ir whir-h struck a guard-rail Ihen overturned in a ditch died during an emergency hack operation at Kojt Hills Hospital at Calgary. A piissenger in Ihfl vehicle, of Rl.'iirrnrire is in Hinirrnore with urMtw- and proof.'1 lie said In nn interview here he woulrl not surprised If liic statements "were inspired mnaufacUirers the big ones." The largo international drug manufacturers hope, patients will lx> frightened by charges thai the smaller Canadian cnm- whir-h manuf.irtiire Ihe lower-rosl generic drugs, prrv biffrW MM. Kierans 'supports' NDP plan WINNIPEG 'CP) Former Mberal cabinet minister p'.rir Kicr.mi has thrown, his support behind Ihe current campaign 'if the. New Democratic parly for reform of Ihn corporation income tax system, national NDP Leader David lAwis xaid Irxlay. Mr. Lewis said In an Inter- view Mr. Kierans indicalcrl sup- port for bis position In a pri- vate meeling iK'I'.vcen Ihe tttii here Tue.vclny. Mr. Kieran.s. u Im rc.signrtl ns minister of c n m m u n i ratinris about a year ago in a dispute over federal economic policies, was not available fnr comment. Having discontinued rha Allis Chalmen line of Farm Equipment, we hove left one only GLEANER COM To Clear Al A Large Discount GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coulti Highway Soo Kcin Ditkion Th 328-1 HI MODFI, T MKI.ROUKNK, Aiish'.-i HlMiInn A rn.viil him' 1911 mrKjfl T Kofrl Tor pt wytion nf cwn born. All liridjjo dry. In disrtict nro IM. AS (IF A.M. COUKTKSY OT' AMA I, Trnns Canada Higliway, bnrc nnd dry. the baro and PORTS OK KNTJIY COpcninR nm! dlcsing Timosl: Cmitls lirairs; Onrwny fi n.m. ID inidniplil: Del Tloniln f! n.m. to 9 p.m.; rvillr. to midnijshl: KinuKfinlr-. IVI'., ?t hnurs; Pur-Hull KyVwlJi B n.rn. tn rnidniKliI; Clnrf Mniinlnm 7 i in. In W p.m.; Wil'Jlmnuu, B to 9 p m, ;