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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THI IFTHBRIOG! HERAID Frldcy, 1, WJ News in Strike faces Apollo Labor party favored to SYDNEY, Australia (API That would make Gough Most Australians-Liberal and lam. a 56-year-old lawyer, Aus- tralia's first Labor prime min- ister in 23 years, Two public opinion polls to- Labor party alike behove Labor will oust Prime Minister William McMahon's Liberal-Country party coalition in general election Satur- predicted Labor will by 49 or 50 per cent to 43 per cent. Ex-Ilaliaii preshleiit die; ROME i Fcrnier where he was being treated Italian president Antoni Segrd: r.ounced. died today. He was who also served as premier, died of a heart at- tack complicated by a kidr.ev failure, the Policlhuco Gercelii. He had served only- years as Italy's fourth dent when he retired in after being partially paralysed by a stroke. He was sub- seciuentlv made life senator. 8200 pension bill mnv law VICTORIA (CP> ProvLri- the Guaranteed Minimum cial legislation establishina a Mme Assistance and Handi- capped Persons Income Assist- ance Acui, said Thursdav his minimum monthly ir.cume for the handicapptHi and per- son over 65 cecomes to- day, MLnUtei: Nor- man Levi, who will adininlsier department hopes to have the first cheques mailed out this month. CAPE KEVCEDY, Fla. CAP) The Apollo 17 astronauts re- ceived their final major physi- cal examinations today while the United States space agency- said there is a chance that a threatened strike by 60 docu- mentation workers could force a postponement of the moon launching. However, most officials of the I National Administration and Space Agency doubted that a strike would affect the Wednes- day night launching. Astronauts Eugene A. Cenian, geologist Harrison H. Schmitt ar.d Ronald E. Evans planned w I several hours with XASA doc- tors anc' a on r physi- cals was expected later today. The workers who have threat- ered to strike are technical writers and administrative per- sound employed by the Boeing Co. Thr-y seek to reverse pay i cuts they received last year -.'.hen Boeing took over a space i 1 centre support services contract from TransWorld Airways, j Dec. 6 ar.d 7 are the only fa- vorable days this month for an Apollo 17 launch. The next opti-. mum period, when the moon is' ir. the proper position, is in Jauuarv. Turner proposes conference OTTAWA TCP''-Finance Min- ister John Turner said has proposed a a of Una nee mi nis' er? be held here Jan. 13 to discuss the state of the economy. Mr. Turner said in a state- ment he had proposed the in telegrams sent Mon- day to his provincial counter- parts. 0'Council No. 1 assistant Blamed in blast deaths Canada policy mapped HELSINKI (AP) Canada warned today that a security conference cannot take the re- sponsibility for cementing the existing frontiers of Europe. Ernest Cote, giving Canada's United Nations vote crucial UNITED NATIONS (CP) A crucial vote which could affect the political and financial struc- ture of the United Nations Is scheduled today on a drive by the United States to reduce its UN assessment. The voting is (o le held in the General Assembly's budgetary policy statement, told the 33 committee on a U.S. resolution other nations in the Helsinki talks that in any declaration of guiding principles "we should avoid phrases which give the impression that the conference is taking on the responsibility of a peace conference by estab- lishing permanent frontiers in Europe or recognizing them in international law." which would lower the Ameri- can contribution to (he UN's general budget to 25 per cent frem its present 31.52 per cent. The money esti- mated 513 small in terms of total U.S. ex- penditures, but (he outcome of ihe vote is regarded by many observers as an acid test of re- OTTAWA fCP'. Manii- 0'-, Cor_neil. the former Isbor min- ister who went do'A-n to de- j feat in the Oct. ,10 election. become Prime Mirlstei Tra- deau's No. I The prime minister said af- ter a cabinet meedns Thurs- day thai he has roc" firJshed ''defining1' the precise role 'he forrrier minister will play on his staff but he will become 11 my main assistant." H i s comments confirmed speculation that Mr. O'Connell will niore-or-less fill the gap created by the department of. Marc Lalonde who resigned as Mr. Trjdeau's principal secre- tary to run in the election. Si: NEW MISS GREY CUP Maria Gulyas, Miss peg Blue Bomber, was Miss Grey Cup 1972 Thursday nicht in Hamillon. Television Lorr.s Greene, master cf ceremonies, is shown. (CP assembly because when the res- olution reaches the assembly it is likely to be deemed an "im- portant- question." Such sub- jects need a twiHhirds majority to pass, whereas only a simple majority is needed in the com- mittee. The issue now has become a test of will between the U.S. acd a grouping of Communist and non-aligned countries. Those opposing the Americans say the U.S. should pay more than it now does because it is the world's wealthiest country. The U.S. says m iiember, re- gardless of its wealth, should be required to pay more than 25 per cent of the UN's costs. It also says that the loss of the !13 million involved would be more than met by the new assess- ments of East and West Ger- ______________ _______ many, expected to become UN at a European security confer- government to impose the 25- members next year, and the in- ence is to get new affirmation ceiling by Jan. 1, 1974. i creased payments of China. Ja- that the existing frontiers in'P10 legislation reflected grow- pan, Australia and several Europe cannot be changed. j 'c? domestic disenchantment other members whose assess- West Germany's treaties with with the UN, especially over the j ments are expected to rise dur- Moscow arxi Warsaw and the admission of mainland China. ing the next four years. treaty with East that; -NEEDS ASSEMBLY OK One Western observer said av.-aits signature have gor.e far j A'though most observers ex- Thursday the amount of money j toward confirming the status P00' u-s- vote in i involved is small enough to let quo of borders. "f 132-country budgetary com- j the U.S. have its way on a mat- of prime portance. is the fear frontiers the leeal status they j Kss are question. that if the U.S. loses this vote, would achieve if "reached during sources said Thursday, i it may decide also to curb its Although the membership of j spending in the voluntary UN the assembly and the budgetary 1 agencies such as UX1CEF, to committee are identical, the which it is by far the largest U.S. faces a bigger threat in the i contributor. But, he said, the principle! maining American influence in that frontiers should not be Ithe world organization. changed by force "should gain universal acceptance." One aim of the Soviet Union The American resolution grows out of an act passed by Congress which directs the U.S. a peace conference. Anti-uiflation bill passed (Renter) A gun- smith and his wife were charged with multiple homicide after a rune-storey apartment building was blown up early Thursday, killing at least 15 persons ar.d injuring K. The explosion, which started; HAMILTON" 'CP' in the area of the gunsmith's: Gulyas, a Hungarian-bom 12- shop, ripped through the huge i from Winnipeg, 1S72 Manitoba beauty captures crown Charged jin 1952 murder ALERT BAY, B.C. (CP) A 57-year-old resident of this northern Vancouver Island com- I munity was charged Thursday with non-capiUl murder in con- nection with a death 20 years Weather and road report SL-NRISK SATURDAY SL'.VSET Cup LONDON (Rueter'i The EritUh government's Wday wage-price freeze became law Thursday nijht when i'j ar.ii- inflation bill received final ap- proval. CIC faces financial building as about M lamilic-s! 'named itiss Grey v.-ere stiU asleep, leaving one of i Thursday niaht. Rome's largest working-class! The jrraduate of suburbs in darkness and chaos. the University of Manitoba de- The gunsmith. Alberto Latini, i (eated eieht other ccntestanti in 37, and his wife Alberta, in. the annual [.secant rents and dividends, with a gov- whose name the shop was regis- Miss Winnioeg Blue Eombc-T. eriur.ent option of a iiO-dav ei- tc'red' were s'so charged with a brown-eyed'blonde, plans on a .causing multiple injuries and teachinz career althcuah she provoking a fire. Altogether' now is'emplovBi in Air Can- each face 22 years in jail It authorizes on wages, a 95-day stand- prices, pri OTTAWA 'CP: Tr.e Coir.- n-iittee for an Can- aria U facing a serious finan- cial crisis ar.d iLs survival de- pends on an effective member- ship drive. Eddie Goodman, na- tional chairma Mr. Coodma said here, told 3. news conference the committee must have at least new or re- newed memberships "paid up on the barrelhead" to op- erate in 1C-73, At 5-5 a membership. ]je said, this would give the committee the minimum financial resourc- es it needs to continue. of found guilty on all charges. A third person. Mario Eu- falo, 40. was charged with ille- posses-ing Pi lice found the remains works in 1 which was building. he of fire- trunk of his car parked ouuile the ada's carso accounting depart- ment in Winnipeg. First runner-up of West Miss British Columbia Pat Thompson, Miss Sas- katcr.e-.ian Roughrider from Re- was the seeord The girls earlier selected Maria' Miss Edmonton Eskimo, Judi Lav.-, z companv employee, as 'Miss Janies Puglas was arrested by RCMP, arraiar.ed before Envelopes' were opened bv provincial Court Judge C. Myrtle Surjik. Miss Deadrnan and remanded in cus- war. Roushrider of 1551 6r.d the pageant's first Miss Grev Cup. I He 'K charged with the mur- Lome Greene, tf the 1652. of Sulo Onni Spetz, a fisherman who was 69 v.hen his body was found float- ing in {he harbor at the small community of Minstrel Island. about 20 miles east of here. A coroner's inquest found then that Soc-tz, who lived alone on his fishboat. died of blows to the head from a blunt in- strument wielded by an un- known Alert Bi'.- RCMP said inve.--.i- Lelhhriijge Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Calgarv Vermilion Edmonton Bsn'ff High Level Peace Pre. vi-ion series Bonanza, was mas- ter of ceremonies. The Judges tor the coniest were Pciricia Dyer, a cosmeti- cian. Biil television Olivia Ar.drego a Diane dre5.s P.U.-.S Jackson. Vancouver, former Football League star. Darsr.v Gaiivan, .Montreal Csnadier.i' broad- caster and }.'aria J'ilinek. for- mer world figure skating er.arn- pion. McElrov dies from cancer CINCINNATI, Ohio 'APj Neil H. McElroy, United States tie-fence secretar.- during tr.e fo Economic pace slackens :gaiior. of the jury'. .-rdict of i homicide has been -'continued I to this dav." and Gamble Co., died Thurs- day night of cancer. He was W. McElroy was defer.ce secre- tary when 'he United States moved to the soviet missile buildup. Fire signals hunger strike 'CP: Tr.ree Sor.s of Freedom Doukhobor women set fire to drapes i.i their room at Shausnr.essv pitai Thursday in a'minor bhzc hunger strike. off. Vera Posnickoff and Polly are confined to the hospital in the custody of Can- adian penitentiary service riurses and matrons. All ara serving terms for fire terroisrn in the erays ar.d were ret.urned W custrxiy in July after breaking the keep-the-peacs temns of freedom granted them on r.-.ed- OTTAWA fCP) gross national for the third quarter K this year rose Slightly to sn annual rate of billicn from Si'K billion in the Ee-jer.d quarter, Statistics Canada reported Thursday. The agency said the figures "indicate a slackening in the pace of economic in tre third quarter, the strong stcond-quarter ex- pansion." r, w-: bilror, frorn 'A i billion. Suicide squad lof dead Ety Toronto...... Ottawa..... Montreal Halifax Ne-.v York San F'randsco f-as Honolulu Mexico City London Paris....... Rome...... Berlin...... 'a il 52 6! 60 '2 45 M mar.o outlays on goods nearly cent of total C-XP, a. a much rrjrfuced pace than in the exceptionally-strong second quarter and bu.sLness outlays on plant equipmc-rit and on inveiitory in-.estment ce- contrast, o-j'lays on goods arxi housing investment strongly in the third quarU-r.'1 A m o n 7. r.-o'ablo rar.d, over-ail housing acti-.iiy -.-.a.s up C.3 per ctnt in the third quarter after only rrj.-jimal in the secon-i quarter, v.hen labor dis- putes hampered labor disputes pro- duce'! a higher rate of increase in per in the third quarter than in tho second tiv; rate PORTO ALEGP.F. Brazil A "suicide squad" of v.haleo has been i found cashed miles s'wth o: authorities said. Thursday. The vrhalc-5. all in state of decorriposition, '.'.-ere I out like beached sub-: marines along the sandy beach, j The te-ier of school o f j whales, it is believed, some- times leads his charges to a beach to die. i FORECASTS r.MhKrirlje Today: Snow hy A risk of freezing rain near noon. Temperatures falling to JO by evening. Lows near ]0. Sat- urday: Periods of "dgbt snow. Highs near 10. Medicine Hat Light Eno-ff 14 and Saturday, f empera- 'p tures today steady between 15- '15 20- L0'-'-'5 G-a-r lrj- Hiehs Satur- day near 20. Calgary Snow today and '5, Saturday with three to six inch- es expected over the mountains ar.d foothilLs. Hisas both days s'Dove. Lows near five ;01 above. Columfjia-Kootenay Cloudy. rain or wet snow spreading from tr.e north. Hishs todsv near freez- ing in the Columbia district end about 40 in the Kootenays. Sat- urday, cloudy and colder periods of Ly.'.-s tonight !.i to Vi. Highs Saturday 25 to Montana Colder with s-cal- i tered snows northeast today I spreading gradually soulh- westward this afternoon and tonight. Periods of snow- east ar.d north widely scattered snow I showers southwestern moun- j tains Saturday. Highs today 45 i to 50 southwest northeast I and 25 to 45 tonight l.j to 2.5 southwest 10 to 20 east and north. Highs Sat- urday east and north 30s I southwest. No mail today .in Vancouver 1 Deaths, By Tilt; f PKflSS ciiior in Siint .John, of injuries Toronto Ennal Jj. Patter- received in a fs'i. son. .Vew Finjn.-.'-.Ick Townshfnd. D-j- ser.retary-ger.era! and a rant, ft.'i. first cor- in the third ijijai LC, respondent, of the Soviet r.ev.s was the- million inertave in Supports troop cut ill Europe the in GN'P: r-roarl 'Vri "By fa- the n-.ajor source if. :he V.'est's f' regular mail deliveries today 31 s.s a result of a two-hour work e'er, on stoppage by graveyard shift riurorx.-. v.orken at the main Yar.couver The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported it f, na'urs! by the friior., at 4.M am. PST in the Deficit in transactions on .wjuel to the poiiiiesl which hr-' rr.s''" troop nit aaainst some local work Tr.-i West has invitert the ukcn for granted. tional contract negotiation-. Falls lo dcatn GRANDE PRAIRIE n I Stvles I Edy Brown, 2.5. of 1 0 T) Lhurcnes support social justice jl VrfiK n-rirlf thp zrA lHJ.lljic.i'toa piar.k at the and _ _ pulp mill under cor.nrjc-' r Tr'e Ca' cf IM MILLER HEAVY DUTY BALE CHOPPER handle Full size balel SEE IT ON DISPLAY NOTICE For (he monthi of and January dote uf 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday and at 12 noon FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1141 OFFICIAL A-S OF A..M TODW COURTESY OF AMA BOOK SALE! BOOKS NEW and USED 40% OFF! DEC 1st to 16th Watson's Book Store 1108 CENTRE ST. N., CALGARY j in the .viortriv.rrit r.'l tr.e MarJWva All highways in the lightly North bridge art sr.ow cover- ''f Stavely. 4 lo S iry.-hcs of ed and with rerluc-: ar.d Calgary t'i Banff, .'L'o'i. usibility. 'Banff-Golden. the Usue of French- awl to ex- Ir. aimed at pro- ir. .'if-x-r with the %S rewed commirrr.erit lo ur.tii their side The rrrsol'.tior, the shift Injustices in thiV'coun-' i E2SSSS Sn i i Er cert, rave iraiffiaent to create trul- 'to attract f-Brriti! to an end in DcccmU-r. and! POP.TS OF ENTRY (Opening and C'osirr' CouMs der.t the infilled by tu.-a! or rlarn-' In poveramest1; for 2! h'-iir-.: n s.rn. to f, a 1.1. to c, p.m ;..v.? of ti eir on Flr" fi a.m. lo f, p King-.tjate, 25 hours; in ,n- am ir, midnight, Chi'-f .M WiWhnrw-, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. ;