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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 TH( IETHBRIDG! HERALD Saturday, December II, 1971 PLAN CONCERT FOR CUP OF MIIK Lethbridge Cup of Milk Fund supporters, from left Bob Blair, IB, John Kloppenborg, 20, and Barry Dobek, 22, (formerly of ore'rounding up talent for a Cup of Milk Fund Christmas Concert to be held at p.m. Dec 22 in Ih" 51. Francis High School gym. A variety of musical numbers will be peform- td. Telephone 328-1905 if you can help. -Bryan Wilson Photo The Brown Earth, cumpr hip Doni; Smith. Bob Blair and John Kloppenborg, all of Ix'th- s-l Dec. 22 in the St. Francis Hall ,f Catholic Centra! High School. refugee children of East Paki- stan. dollar raised Mill buy "We'd like to make il as big will headline The Hur-k a thing as says Doug I Cri'-pv Christmas Benefit Con- Smith. rer! for the Uthbridw Herald Admission will be SO cents aL Performers are needed. Cup of Milk Fund. the door with all proceeds going you on II will IK? held at p.m.; to buy milk for the starving Cup of Milk fund donors End strike govt. CALGARY (CP) Trustees i ties and teachers in the Bcw Valley WhaaUand, the school divisions o Call j stage at this benefit concert. ror reporter] night hy olhrr survivors were found, latt-sl rescued seamen indicated that the last five cmV members still wore aboard the ship when bandoned th? stricken a U.S Nine1 _ the Danish ?'io miles north nf Midway Is- Kirsp wrrr i hind a.nd i.ono miles norllnvest 1 lair- Friday i of Honolulu, merchant Diana LtvcrsccrJ, Leth. Mrs. Edith Wlest, Enchant Jaime Rae, From A Friend. Anonymous, Fort Mactecd Mr. and Mrs. S. Sefcik, Bellevue D. Kacfonnga, Vauxhal! Allen Htigen. Turin Leo Anne, Lynetle and LCROV; LethbricJge Anonymous. Lcthbridne Mrs. A. McCualg, Leth. Kit, Tsber Mr and Mrs. David Tschrittpr, Tabcr MR! Kor slier g find Family, Uthbrkicje p.nm, Debbie and Chris Romano, Sparwooci Mr, and Mrs. John Makln, Millcrest Mines Mrs. Llvlnnslone, Lcth. T. J. O'Grr.dv, Lethbridge A Friend. LeJhbricfpe Arthur Neil, Lcthbriclge Aronymc-js, Fcrociost Dr. F. H. Chapter IODE, Lethbridtjs R. Schutlz, Lethbridge AA. W. Gregory, Lethbrldge Country Bf.flvers Forl fV.acleod Th? Children, Anonymous, CosSrials Sunnys'tjr Oado Tour, 1.00 1.03 l.DO 1.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 i.oa 2.00 2.00 School Authorities Association "appear to be so caught up in the ritual dance of bargaining they've lost sight of the chil- the Banff Home and School Association said Friday. Banff parents have circu- lated petitions calling for the provincial government to end the two-week strike of 613 teachers through binding arbi- tration. Following a recent school board meeting, members of the Banff association said they were losing confidence in the bargaining abilities of the Al- b e r t a Teachers' Association and the Alberta School Trus- tees' Association. About students have been affected in seven districts since the strike Nov. 29. REFUSE COURSES Banff parents don't want su- pervised study periods or cor- respondence students. 'We want courses for the our children in their own classrooms, taking 3 no their regular courses under the system for. _ m; p3V alternative is i association says other the The teachers went on strike DI to back demands for wage in- creases that average 5.9 per cent. They also want the school boards to pay hall the Alberta Health Care Insurance premi- ums. The strike affects the conn- of Three Hills and Drumheller Valley, and the school boards of Banff, Canmore and Hanna. An opposile view has been taken by parents in the Three Hills division and of Wheatland. the Counly Lament for a nation Canadian acts The y'vc circulated petitions urging trustees not to give into the wage demands, adding stu- dents should be supplied with correspondence courses for the remainder of the year rather than accept an unfavorable settlement. In Edmonton, Education Minister Lou Hyndman said school districts involved in the strike will lose about 60 per cent cf their provincial govern- ment grants, starting Monday. He will implement a regula- tion that permits him to with- draw the teacher-wage portion of grants paid to school boards. "After careful consideration of this matter I feel this action would serve the best interests of all citizens in the areas of dispute and in the province he said. He doesn't believe the boards should receive the grants until they start paying the teachers, who now receive strike pay of or ?24 a day from the ATA. The boards involved have saved about a day in wages. No announcement has been regarding further ne- gotiations. THUNDER BAY, Out. (CP) Dr. John Woronuk was ecluc- catcd in United Slates universi- ties, married a U.S. citizen and raised four children with dual U.S. -Canadian citizenship but Friday he flew miles at his own expense to support Cana- dian nationalism. The Da.wson Creek, B.C., den- list is one of 200 delegates to the first national convention of the Committee for an Independent Canada (CIO, a nationalistic grass-roots movement formed in 1970 to counteract foreign economic and cultural influence in Canada. "I was a typical he said in an interview, "tied up in my profession, convinced I should keep clear of political in- volvement and really not aware Moms Phi XI XI Tho coast guard said that, pre- liminary information from the vessel Wednesday pale-tossed seas. afternoon in j Mr, Two of UK ]'i were reported injured, the U.S. Giast Guard said, but. their condition was nut immediately knou-n. The rescue of the 19, coupled uith the rescue earlier Friday of 12 olher crow members and passeneers, accounted for all init five tb? persons known to be a b o a r d the Danish freighter. The U.S. merchant vessel Montana found the If) p.drift in a life raft after sighting a flare in the same genera! area where k. ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Arsenal 2 Coventry (I Chelsea 0 Leeds n Soccer results I 0 Tottenham t Liverpool 3 Derby 2 Man City 4 Ipswich 0 Notts Forest I Gverlon 0 Sheffield U 2 Wolvcrhamptoii Coast a wails gifl of .snow ______I Southampton West Ham Stoke 1 Man United 1 I West Brom 0 Newcastle 3 Division II Birmingham n Sheffield 0 Burnley I Portsmouth 3 Carlisle 1 Queen's PK 4 j Charlton 2 Blackpool 3 "K 1 Hull 4 Middlesbrough 3 lower mainland of British Co- i Lu't'on 2 Cardiff lumbia, slill recovering from j Norwich 1 Watford 1 an 11-inch snoufall earlier this Orient s week, has been warned to ex- 0 Bristol Cily 0 pect more of the same today. The weather office issued a snow warning Friday night, forecasting up to six inches of snow for the greater Vancou- ver area, the lower mainland and eastern Vancouver Island. The snow warning also em- braced the greater Victoria re- gion, where from two to four inches was forecast. The snowfall, expected to be- gin about noon and end to- wards midnight, would be ac- companied by freezing tem- peratures as a storm moved down the coast from the Gulf of Alaska. NOTICE DO YOU KNOW Where fo buy pop by case al very good prices Where lo buy mix, chips, dtps, nuls, juices, candy, party snacks, ice, pizza, cigarettes, smoked oysters and pickles A place that will deliver befween the hours of I p.m. and 11 p.m. every day no matter what size the order. City only. Well, it's GREEN'S POP SHOP 544 13th St. N. Phono 32B-6177 Open TO a.m.-11 p.m. daily Preston 4 Millwall 0 Sunderland 2 Fnlham 1 Birmingham (1 Sheffield W 0 Division Til Oklham 1 Blackburn 1 Division IV Brentford I Snilhpori 0 Newport 2 Lincoln 0 Scunthorpe 2 Chester 0 ENGLISH CUP Second Round Barnet 1 Torquay 4 Barnsley 0 Chesterfield 0 Blyth 1 Stockport 0 Airdrieonians 2 Morton 4 Celtic 2 East Fife 1 j Dundee United 2 Ayr 2 I Dunformline n Hangers 2 Falkirh 2 Hearts 0 Hibernian 1 Dundee 0 Kilmamock 2 St. Johnstone 0 Partick 8 Motherwell 8 Division II Alloa I Queen of S 2 Arbroath 2 Cowdcnbeaih J Clydebank I Brechin 2 Hamilton 1 Stenhousemuir 3 Montrose 1 Berwick 2 Queen's Pk n Dumbarton 1 liailh .1 East Slirling I SI. Mirrpn 4 Albion II Sl.ranraer 1 Stirling 1 HUSH LEAGUE Bangor 0 Ballymena 1 Cliftonville 0 Crusaders 1 Derry 1 Portadown 3 Glenavon 1 Coleraine 2 Glentoran 2 Ards 1 Linfield I Distillery 2 Skei'on Mrs. Cecil! nelletfer, Leth. Sflnford Insurance Agency, LcltiSrldre .T-'' Lorrciire 10 00 10.00 Courts not fair -Indians, Metis 1 Station rtley nnd NWT liary 702 wing. EDMONTON (CP) The Na- tive Council of Canada says it will seek a meeting with Justice Minister John Turner next week 10.00 j to protest incidents of discrimi- 10DO; nation against native people. ic'oo' The national or- )0 m ganization of non-treaty native holding fi three-day IIS conference at the Canadian Na- provinces, the Yukon and the live Friendship Centre. The 90 delegates from six >ry cf the late WMMert No. 15, In Memory, Champion C. R. dull. Co.-.ldale Owen Distritjulino coffca Fund, Lelnbridge, Anonymoui TOTAL TOTAL TO DATE 7C.OO 20.00 75.00 ?S.OQ 30.00 Boston 2 Hartlepools 1 Bournemouth 2 Southend 0 Brighton 1 Walsall 1 Bristol 3 Cambridge I) Hereford 0 Northampton 0 Mansfield 2 Tranmcre 2 Peterborough 4 Enfield 0 Port Vale 1 Darlington 0 Reading 1 Aldershot 0 Romford 0 Gillingham 1 Rossendale 1 Bolton 4 Rotherham 1 York 1 Shrewsbury 2 Guiklford I South Shields 1 Notts C 3 Swansea 1 Exoler 0 I Workington I Bury Wrexham 4 Wigan n SCOTTISH LEAGUE Divison I Aberdeen 4 Clvde 1 WARDS, RENTALS Benson finds flaws in taxation nlan OTTAWA (CP) The govern- ment continued to push its re- vised version of the taxation bible through the Commons Fri- day, but Finance Minister E. J. Benson picked out some flaws in his own gospel and said they should be changed next year. Mr. Benson gave the House a the new year, list of sections of the tax change i But government sources said bill that he said his department the Senate was expected to do is to meet the government's Jan. 1 deadline and get home for Christmas holidays. Some indignant senators sug- gested earlier this week that they were sick of being treated like an old shoe, and that they might just consider the bill into is rethinking. as it was asked because the Included were parts dealing j government intended to promise gifts to charitable organi- to deal with some of the ions, rollovers and corporate I lions senators found most nox- irganizations, foreign invest- ious nest year, after the bill Distinctive PRINTING MAKE YOUR STATIONERY WORK FOR YOU! Stationery n about a company. qo may bn lasting notte jl good, top workmanship il on our naff of The letMnridge Herald Printing and Lithography Division Phone 327-3203 or 328-44U AND IET US HELP YOUI with zatii rcoi mcnt, profit-sharing plans and taxpayers leaving Canada with capital assets to be taxed. Conservative Finance Critic 1 Marcel Lambert, noting that all these areas had been criticized by the Senate banking commit- tee in its I wo November reports, charged Mr. Benson with brib- ing the Senate giiing the bill quick passage Eftcr il leaves the Commons. The Senate is expected (o get the bill next Friday, after the government brings in a motion limiting debaln on third and final reading in the Commons. That would give the upper chamber less than a week to deal with the massive bill, if it was safely passed. After Mr. Lambert heard Mr. Benson's list, he said senators would be better advised to hold firm in their protest, because the measures promised wero onlv ''a cheap bribe." The government, lie said, was only tossing the Senate a crumbs. Northwest Territories voted Fri- day to send the presidents and vice-presidents of their provin- cial groups to Ottawa "within a week" to focus government at- tention on injustices against members of their race. Many of the delegates com- plaints Involved what they called unfair or discriminatory treatment of Indians and Metis by courts of law. The decision lo seek the meet- ing with the justice minister was initiated by remarks re- ported to have been made in November by a county court judge in Sudbury, Ont. The council said the judge was quoted as referring to "an- other stupid which we have many." PROTEST SENT Council President Tony Bel- court of Edmonton told dele- gates that the council executive had sent a protest to Mr. Turner shortly after a news- paper report of the judge's statement was published. In re- turn, they received a reply that the report would be investi- gated, he said. "Tliis is not good he told delegates. "We think he should be removed from the bench." The original motion called for delegations from the provincial groups to protest the judge's re- marks only. But it was later ex- panded to include other griev- ances. The council agreed to ask Mr. Turner why there is such a high percentage of people of Indian Rockets hit town 'El, AVIV (AP) Arab guerrillas fired two rockets at the Mediterranean resort town......... of N'nhariya Friday, the Israeli j pp'u'n'ji ......_ _....... _ military command said, but j am-mR thc Iasf provincial eicc- Grits seek chief SASKATOON (CP) Dele- gates to the Saskatchewan Lib- eral leadership convention have been wined and dined, feted and treated, but the party ends today when they either thank or reject those who have been their hosts. For the better part of three days, Saskatoon has been whirl- ing with activity generated by the invasion of Liberals who se- lect the new leader they hope can put them back on the road to the legislative building in Re- gina. That man will be either D. G. Steuart, 55, interim leader fol- lowing the death of former pre- mier Ross Thatcher; Cy Mac- Donald, 43, member of the legis- lature for Milestone, or George Leith. 48, a farmer who repre- sented Elrose riding before his 5' i i defeat in the last provincial el-1 The Store for ladies activity Friday in- K for men! eluded the election of a new party president and a bearpit session at which the delegates were given the chance to de- liver off-the-cuff questions to tho leadership hopefuls. DEATH OPENED POST The new president, Regina lawyer Gary Wilson, also fills a post created by a death in the Liberal parly. R. W. Thompson of Saskatoon drowned last June when the float-equipped plane in which he was a passenger sank at Buffalo Universities want more to operate CALGAIiY (CP) Universi- ties commission recommenda- tions to the government on 1973-73 operating budgets for Alberta's three universities in- vclve "considerably less" mon- ey than ths universities are asking for, Harvey Bliss, Uni- versity of Calgary business vice-president, said Friday. Details were not available, but Mr. Bliss said that In light of the recommendations, Cal- gary's original request for S34.1 million in 1972-73 becomes "highly irrelevant." He said in an interview that the million, 19 per cent higher than the university's 1971-72 operating budget, is the amount necessary "to keep running at the present level." The University of Alberta has asked for million, an of what was happening In this country." Dr. Woronuk, a school trustee, said he was jarred from this in- difference last spring when he attended an education confer- ence in Banff. Edmonton publisher Mel Hur- tig told the conference promi- nent Canadian political texts such as Lament for a Nation, Silent Surrender and The New Romans could not be found in most school libraries. Dr. Woronuk decided to tovei- tigate for himself. "I checked the Banff library, a baaulitul and well-supplied li- brary, and sure enough, nothing but U.S. editions." On his return to Dawson Creek, mile zero on the Alaska Highway, he bought numerous Canadian books and has been studying facts and figures on U.S. involvement in Canada since then. "1 wasn't so sure 1 should come lo this conference, but when my wife says she won't become a Canadian citizen until this country looks like it won't be swallowed up by the United Slates, it's time to do Bome- lliing." Minister resigns in s. litiffle increase of 14 the University per cent, and of Lethbridge for million, an increase of PRAGUE (AP) Foreign Minister Jan Marko has re- signed in a shuffle of govern- ment posts following recent no- contest elections in Czechoslova- kia, diplomats reported today. There was no official confir- mation of the resignation, but Marko's new post was an- nounced. He now is first deputy chairman of the federal parlia- ment. Czechosolvak and diplomatic sources said the new foreign minister would be Bohuslav Chnoupek, 46, a former journal- ist, rfdio director and for the last 15 months ambassador to Moscow. Indications were that Lubornir Strougal would remain premier. Weather and road report ancestry in Canadian jails. SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET H L Pre 12 -15 .02 15 -II) Lcthhriilge Medicine Hat Pincher Creek Calgary Edmonton Banff......... Peace River Rocky Mtn House Edson Pentielon Karr.loops Vancouver Prince Albert Swift Current Regina......... Winnipeg....... Toronto........ Ottawa Quebec New York...... Boston......... 21 -19 10 -19 5 -18 10 -14 -6 -23 7 -21 I) -31 29 13 24 -2 40 20 3 -12 10 -13 12 -10 19 -2 61 40 39 34 33 31 54 50 .19 80 59 80 73 7.1 47 69 45 55 39 51 48 55 48 50 46 42 33 23 57 35 Miami San Diego Honolulu Mexico City Rome Paris London Berlin Brussels Moscow Tokyo FORECASTS Lethbridge. Medicine Hat Mostly sunny today with highs from zero lo 10 below: lows near 15 below; few clouds Sunday; highs zero to 5 below. Kootenay, Columbia To- day and Sunday: Mostly cloudy with occasional light snow. Highs both days. 15 to 25. Lows tonight, zero to 10 above. near Jaw there were damage. no casualties or tion campaign. THANK YOU! We would iike to thonk everyone who supported our Make and Bake Sale on Sat., Dec. 4, at the College Mall. Tho winner of the picture was: Mrs, Evelyn Sunbin No. 101 3509 Sylvon Road The lucky ticket was drawn hy Ronda Culforth of Copp Shoo Stores. Special thonks to Mrs. Elsie Andrews, donor of the painting and Mr. Al West men of Consolidated Holdings, owners of Spanish Village and Mr. Marcol Mahou of Renaissance Imports for donation of the Ira mo. Spanish Village Recreation Centre Deadline set a I La Pressc MONTRKAL ffTM The V Quebec fiovernmont lias given y management and unions at '--sjjj until 5 p.m. today lo ac- cept. a scrips of recommenda- tions aimed at settling their hit- ter dispute. Unless both patrlcs accept all llio proposals without qualifica- tion, Labor Minister Jean Cour- noyor said at. n 2 a.m. news conference today, Jiis deport- ment's involvement in Hio con- flict uill be ended completely. i "We've dime everything possi- j said. "H won't be bet- 1 tor tomorrow oat day." What do you need in the line of Livestock Feeding and Watering Equipment? Check this list, then come and see us r Owatonna Mixer Mills 117 and 100 bu. with Bale Shredder. Knight Auggie Mixer, Blender, Feeder (Truck or Trailer Schuler Multi-purpose 120 bu. and 170 bu. Wagons "The Most Wanted Ones" 3 to 15 ton per hour capacity New Haybuster. "Ground feed is better feed, the 'Haybuster' will suit your need" Sioux Hog Feeders 2 models the "Feed- Around" and "V-Feeder" can feed 12 hogs at a time with 40 to 100 bushel capacity. j{ Brower Creep Feeders Single ond Twin Stall. Ritchie Automatic Stock Waterers, will handle from 40 to 300 head. 4 4 Jim suggests A NEW CABRETTA LEATHER JACKET or TOPCOAT FARM SUPPLIES CoutU Highway lethbridgo Phone 327-3165 K W (CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS) Modn from the finest Aus- tralian willi o soft volvnty finish, hand washable, choice nf colors, In dmihl ahour tire? Give a Gentlemen ttl GIFT CERTIFICATE OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AIUA All highways tn lha Leth-1 mnnlon, few slippery sections, bridge district are mainly clear visihilitjMiniilcd due tdrifting and in good winter driving con- dition. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, Calgary to Revel- stoke, good winter driving con- dition, occasional slippery lions. Highway 2, Calgnry (o Ed- snow and passing traffic. Banff Hadinni and Banff- Jasper highways are in good condition occasional srn- pn-y secliuiis. Know tires or cha MS are rcnr." n- vellirg over the i'-rs and on all National 1'a.k sld- access roads. 314 7th St. S. Phono 327-2232 Open Thun. and Frl. Unlit p.m. POUTS OP KNTHY (Opening anil Closing Conlls 2-1 hours: Curway fl a.m. to (i p.m.; Del Honila !i .in. to i; p.m.; Itooscvllle. B.C. n a.m. to (i p.m.; Kingsgatc, B.C., :i hours; Porthill Rykert.1 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain closed. WUdhOTK, 8 tn I p.m. ;