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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 _ THF trniRRIOr-E HfliMB Thl'rsdnv, 7, Till! till and tourism Fred Peacwl it- st-nlcd a cnrqik' fur Ihr I til amount Iliu .want In (oil In-arch i.-f the Alberta i dab Mayor A. K. lilakU .wd lture, youth Bill Marions, a representative i on the county south roL'ional rccri'aiion board fol lowing a mewing v.'iih tho southern Alberta ivirionnl ocn- ninnic otlvimrv Wtdp' dav. COAI.D.M.K o> ant ln-ar.cli nVparlroer; of find The specifies money -Mwil be used to or several n.'- crealiona' iucludiiig Use C'onklalij ,iul (! curl- ing nnk, tho Coakiale and dis tricl nidt-o grounds, play areas anf' tenjiis courts for IMciNally Sunuysidu schools, llw'X aiui r.-i-.ifina! 13 miles southeast of Otaldate. Alberta minister of Industry Surface rihts RECEIVE GRANT Alberta minister of industry and tourism Fred Peacock presents cheque for to Coaldale Mayor A. F. Blakle and Bill Martens, member of the Lelhbridqe county south regional recreational board, -Ross Gibb Photo i i BLACKFALDS tCP) Leg- islation lo give farmers a fair deal in the area of surface right.s be introduced at tile ne.u session of Ihe Alberta leg- islature. Agriculture Minister I Hugh Homer said Wednesday. soar or building jbtlt'k On 'SOiJ j "The government inlands to i rewrite the surface rights Icgis- VAXCOUVER (CP) Cans- j lation in relation to the use of riiaii National Railway freight (privaic property by oil, pipe- service began rclunimg to nor- line and power companies." Dr. mat on the main line Wednes-! Homer told a service club day when a full shift of yard- j meeting, men returned to their jobs. j He said the government The rctum-to-work followed a j wants to present fair legisla- Tuesday meeting at which (ion that will give the farmer men- than 200 members of Ihe equal opportunity in disputes rni'od Transportation Union. over surface rights. Local 1747. were given legal ad- Vii-e lo slop their protest j Hgainst new contract provi- j sions. i They started booking back on i work at midnight alter a live- j (lay protest which backed up j CN mainline freight traffic in j r ilish Columbia and AllKrta. j (It Six killed in safe week lly THE CANADIAN PRESS Six traffic deaths, two it CALGARY (CP) The city has issued a record S1I13.9 mil- lion in building permits for the first 11 months this year, it was announced Wednesday. 1'iUikling statistics show S10.6 million in permits wure issued for November, which pushed tlie 1071 total to date just over the 5183.7 million record set in liWfl. .1. E. Cocks, the city's su- pervisor of building inspectors, .said the increase In housing was largely responsible for tlie record year. jumped up by 900 sin- gle family units over last year and we had a lot of fairly big projects approved." Tlie city has approved 134 CP Rail service centre backed by Alberta govt. SASKATOON (CP) The Al-. Alberta government's transport berla government will support Canadian Pacific Railway plans to establish a customer service centre in Saskatoon, provided UK railway meets certain conditions. ,T, W. Telford, director of the QUcbCCi 3 jn Ontario and one A CN spokesman said it was jn Newfoundland, were recorded now unnecessary for the com- Wcdnesdav as Canada's Safe- pany to proceed with an hiimc- j Driving Week began. AH other tion to halt an illcr.-'! stop- j provinces page union chairman Cooper said that the, problems I seven-day total; over seniority and some work- ing conditions remain unre-' solved "but management indi- cated that they arc open for meetings at any fmie were free of fstalilies. following is the first-day record this year with last year's apartment permits this year, compared with 107 during ths 11-month period in 1970. The value of the apartment permits this million. Soil heroin Nfld. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. GRARS j Que. VANCOUVER (AP) A tall, I Ont. hcnk nosed gunman carrying Man, a sawed off rifle under his raincoat, made off with Wednesday in bank holdup. B.C. Total Totalj CALGARY (CP) Pier- Dec. 1 197it; ar.gelo Tambellini, M, of Cal- 1 1 was sentenced to seven 0 0' years imprisonment after he 0 4! was found guilty Wednesday of 0 1; trafficking in heroin. '2 15! He was convicted on the evi- :i of HC.MP drug squad ti 2 j members who said they saw n 3 j him June 12 and 13 entering an n 7, area where they had found 20 0 1C capsules of heroin hidden be- 2 I neath a rock. Shopping at Soap firms lose first market research and development di- vision, said Alberta mil sup- port the proposal if sea-vice re- mains as good or better than it now is. Mr. Telford appeared before a Canadian Transport Coin- mission hearing on the CP Rail proposal Wednesday because it will affect some Alberta points. He said service levels must he maintained, railroad em- loyces protected and there imisi. not be an increase in tho rate structure. to MIAMI (AP) Soap-makers fighting to keep clothes-bright-1 cning phosphates in detergents i will lose then- first major met- ropolitan market Jan. 1 when i Dade Couoity begins enforce-i ment of a total ban on the wa- i ter-polluting chemical. i By a vote of 7 to 1, the comity commission yesterday defeated last-minute efforts by Procter j and Gamble and the Soap and j Detergent Association to gain a one-year delay in the ordinance outlawing phosphates Tlie companies had testified during a month-long campaign against the ordinance that it 1 our lanes Banff CALGARY (CP) For the last two months, ecologisls have been involved in a detail- ed study near the Banff Na- tiona! Park townsite. JL's a study on the environ- mcnlnl impact of "twinning" (he Trans-Canada Highway from the cast gate of the park to just outside the townsite. Dave Street of Calgary, west- ern Canada region engineer for would force them to pull out (lie national park branch, said the Miami market and suffer; no timetable has been set for millions of dollars in losses j construction which will make In a private meeting with tl- highway four Janes from county officials Monday, the two for 7.5 miles, companies made their final bid The study of possible routes for a moratorium They offered and their likely effect upon to finance a study to determine the effects of phosphates on the area's wafers Many areas of the Urn ted Slates have adopted laws lirnit- iug or abolishing pliosphates from detergents, but Dade County was Ihe first major mar- keting area to go all the way Others have allowed delays of six montlls compliance to two years for the vegetation, wildlife, water supply, geology and historic sites in the area wiil be com- pleted before construction starts. The Impact study Is a "Guin- ea pig" in the approach to high- way planning in Canadian parks, although .similar studies are being used to upgrade Highway 10 in Manitoba's Rid- ing Mountain Park. "Thanks for your hospitality' "rom a hijacker who chuted from a United jetliner last week after .ecting ransom. The newspaper says it re- ceived the note in Wednes- day's mail and turned it over ;o police, who are checking it :or fingerprints. The note, printed in black ink, was signed "D. B. Coop- the name used by a man who parachuted from a North- west Airlines 727 aircraft be- tween Reno, Nev., and Seattle, Wash. Number One Christmat Gift for your Number One Man yeaf hai to be a Society Brand 5ui! from McGuire's. Our il greater iHon pver ond can carefully examined your lieMtrs In Ita iliown abovs n McGuire's ygo Suit 5alon. 7here'i no finer 'riljulo tc- your tnsre than a quality pift of clothing from McGulro's. Opon Thursday and Friday Till Nina! People Going Places SJwp men's DOWNTOWN ON FIFTH STREET SOUTH VANCOUVER (CP) The 3rovince says police don't Klieve a note to the news- piper which purports to be para- Slates col- The envelope bore a Vancou- ver postmark with the time 2 p.m. and the date Nov. 30. The message said: "Tlie. composite drawing on page 3 as suspected by the FBI does not represent the truth. "I enjoyed the Grey Cup game. Am leaving Vancouver. "Thanks for your hospital- ity." Earlier in the week, FBI agents were concentrating their search for tho man in a 15-square-mile area around Wash., about 40 miles north of Portland, Ore. COME? EVERYONE WELCOMEI 327-7991 or 328-2708 Moores wants liis way ST. JOHN'S, N'fld. (CP) Ti ,ink Moores, Progressive Con- servative leader, plans to ex- plain his party's position in the current battle for power with the Liberals on a province-wide radio and television broadcast tonight. A Conservative spokesman said Wednesday Mr. Moores would tell Newfoundlanders why his party should take over the government from Premier Jo- seph Smalkvood despite the in- decisive outcome of. the Oct. 28 provincial election. The spokesman said Mr. Moores's address be car- ried on private radio and televi- sion stations as well as CEC-TV and radio. A Conservative application to have PC candidate Ed Maynard declared elected in the seat pending the outcome of the Lib- eral petition will be heard in the Supreme Court Dec. B, nun charged with fraud ROME (Reuter) A former Roman Catholic nun has been arrested and accused of running a charity racket alleged to have netted million in seven years. Police said today that Eliza- betta Ravasio, 64, who calls her- self Mother Eugenia, was ar- rested outside Rome Tuesday night and charged with fraud, misappropriation of donations, employment of minors, and the use of violence and threats. She is accused of founding a fictitious religious order and a charitable institution about 10 years ago, with its headquarters at a secluded Rome villa which she bought for a reported in 19C1. Miss Ravasio allegedly sent orphans and "nuns" travelling round Italy begging from com- panies and state agencies on be- half of her "order." The money then went into her own pocket. Children and "sisters'1 at the institution were sometimes beaten by Miss Vasalio, and were forced to live in impover- ished conditions during their journeys round the country, the charges claim. of Milk fund donors Robert Oaker, Raymond R. EllXcn, Bellevue John and Eleanor Halidos, R. W. Cardstcn Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Simpson, Lelhbridge............ Lethbridge Anonymous Two Friends, Leth. J. H. 0., Picture Bufte Louis Vasek, CoSeman A. J. K.............. A. P., Lethhridge........ Ancnymous Christian Reformed Women't Society, Vauxhall, Alta. C. Dewar, Gnlden Acres Ledge, Lethbridge Mrs. J. L. Dobck, Bellevue Allan F. Ell, Grassy Lake Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Evenson I eihhridrie Anonymous S. Johnson, Granum Dora M. Moreland..... LelhbrMge Anonymous j. Brrdie, Lethbridge..... Box 177, Bow Island Mrs. Cera Blair, Picture Bulle Russell and Murray Klmber, Le'hbridge Mr. and Mrs. Hans Kremenlir, Lethbridge Rcsa G AAiMldge, Lcth. Mr and Mrs. William Sherburne, Taber...... Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Slnnne, Mr. Fred Williams, Granum Roy Montgomery Family, Lethbrldge Mrs. Hattie Meniie, Lelh. Bombers Bowling Team, Lethbridqe Stan Schwartzenberfjer, Milk River M.r. and Mrs. E. K. Lcfhbridge Anotiymous Wilfred L. McGilllvray, Coaldelc M B., Lethbridoe Leriies Auxiliary to F.O.E, No. 2100, Lethbridge St. Aloysius Convent, Lcth. I ethhridge. Anonymous TOTAL............' TOTAL TO DATE 1.00 1.00 20J 2.00 FREED BY GUERRILLAS Dr. James Caslrejon Diei, rector of Guerrero Stale University, holds Ihe hand of his wife, the former Ruby Nickel of Lake Charles, La., in Taxco, Mexico, Wednesday afler he was released by guer- rillas who kept him for 13 days in the rugged mountain! of the western slate of Guerrero. In return for liis releass the Mexican government freed nine prisoners and flew them to Cuba Sunday, and his family paid in ransom. million for refugees UNITED NATIONS (Reuter) has announced its 1972 contribution of to the UN Relief Agency for Palestine Refugees, Canadias representative David W. Groos said it was an increase of 000 over last. year. GENERAL Weather and road report SUNH1SE FRIDAY SUNSET 2.00 7.00 2.00 3.03 3.00 3 Of) 5.00 5.00 3.00 5.00 S nn 5.00 5.00 500 5.00 5.00 6.00 10.00 Lotlibridgo r, Modione Hat e Pinchcr Cret-k Calgary...... Grande Prairie Mtn. House Edmonton Banff......... j Ponticton I Victoria...... Prince Cc-orgu Vancouver Piiiice Albert Saskatoon Regina....... Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa........ Montreal St. John's..... Halifax j Charlolteknvn Cliicngo..... Minneapolis Washington Mianii...... San Francisco II I. Prc 45 !9 42 70 c, 39 26 44 15 35 39 44 33 32 21 24 7 41 38 411 47 39 32 54 41 23 29 27 23 15 .24 3 22 fi .22 7 53 32 .11 .33 18 .01 30 22 .22 30 18 ..24 21 41 25 77 75 60 52 .02 Los Angeles Las Vegas Rome Paris London Berlin...... Amsterdam Brussels Madrid....... Moscow....... Stockholm Mexico City Honolulu..... 70 50 .58 33 W 43 44 36 42 34 39 36 41 34 .44 35 50 37 36 34 38 35 73 48 81 70 FORECASTS Lcdiliriilgii-Calgary To- day: Cloudy periods. Strong west, winds in tlie evening, Lmvs Friday: Mostly cloudy. Higlis 30-10. Medicine Hat Today: Sunny intervals. Lows 15-20. Friday: Mostly cloudy. Highs 25-35. Kootenjiy, C a I n m b i a Today: Cloudy. A few sunny periods this morning. Occa- sional snow (his afternoon and evening. Friday: Cloudy with snow in the afternoon. Highg today and Friday in the mid- 30s; lows tonight in the 20s. MAYOR WINS WINDSOR, Ont. (CP) Mayor Frank Wansbrough polled a record number of votes lo retain his office easily in Wednesday's municipal elec- tion. For your Dining enjoyment at Chef (NOW LICENSED) lint Will enlortnln you with her (oik tongi in our Dining Room i from lo p.m. THURSDAYS nnd FRIDAYS Professional Rldq. from Pciramount Tlionfre. mmmm m mm A GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES 4 CQUTT3 HIGHWAY J OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COORTESV OF AMA All highways in the Leth- bridge district are bare and dry and in good winter driving condition. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, Calgary to Banff is barn ami in good condition, lianff-doldrn is moslly bare with a trace of snow. Golden to Kevelsloke is mostly bare, plowed and sanded whore ne- neccssary. Banff Radium and Banff Jasper highways are boll] hare and in good condi- lion. Snow tires or chains arc required when travell mg through t li e Rogers Pass, Banff-Jasper highway and on all Banff Nationnl Park fcki ac- cess roads. TorLs of Entry (opening mid" closing times i: Coulls 2-1 hoirs, Carway fl a.m. lo (i p.m.; Del Bonila ft a.m. lo li p.m.; Koose- villo, B.C. fl a.m. lo fi p.m.; Kingsgale, B.C., hours; Port- hill Hykerls II a.m. lo mid- niglil. Chief Mountain closed, Wildliorsc, 1) a.m. to 5 p.m. ;