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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 TM UTHMIOCl HWAIO Monday, Nbnwry 1, Israeli raiding parties attack Lebanon villages TEL AVIV (AP) Israeli raiding parties attacked two vil- lages in south Lebanon during the night and informed soirees said they destroyed a Palestin- ian guerrilla regional headquar- ters. A spokesman for the Israeli military command said an Is- raeli soldier was killed and three were wounded. A number of Arabs also were casualties, he said. The sources said heavy guer- rilla resistance at the headquar- ters caused all the Israeli cas- ualties. This- was at Al-Kyam, four miles north of the frontier. Guerrilla sources in Beirut claimed that 15 Israelis were killed or wounded. These sources said the guerrillas in Al-Kyam were already on a "maximum and the Is- raeli raiders "virtually walked into an ambush." The guerrillas suffered no casualties, the sources said. The Israeli command said the other target was the village of Kafer Kela, just west of the Upper Galilee town of Metulla, and sources in Israel said two houses used as guerrilla recruit- ing centres were destroyed. The sources said there was little resistance there and that the Israelis moved an Arab family out before destroying one touse. Metulla has been the target of Bus drivers to vote on new pact VANCOUVER (CP) The buses could be running again in Vancouver and Victoria by the middle of the week after a strike lasting nearly a month. The striking members of the Amalgamated Transit Union were informed Sunday at membership meetings of the terms of the proposed settle- ment, and will vote today on acceptance or rejection. The tentative agreement ready has been accepted by British Columbia Hydro, the crrwn corporation which oper- ates the public transit systems in the pro- in both cities. Key provisions posed new agreement which the union is urging its mem- bers to accept include: wage increase of per cent over 27 months in place of the 14% per cent over 24 months proposed by the B.C. Mediation Commission. in travel- time pay. relief points for driv- ers. pay for working statutory holidays. Under the proposed settle- ment, bus drivers would be getting an hour at the end of the contract in January, 1973, compared with the pre- strike Wishart won't press charges TORONTO (CP) Attorney- General Arthur Wishart of On- iario said Sunday he will not jress criminal charges against Dr. Morton Shulman in con- nection with the recent judicial inquiry into the relationship be- tween provincial police officers and a businessman with a criminal record. Mr. Wishart was commenting in f television interview on the jwuiry into allegations made by" Dr. Shulman, New Demo- cratic Party member of the legislature, that OPP officers had associated with Oakville, Ont., businessman George Clinton Duke. The inquiry cleared the pro- vincial police of any wrong- doing. Mr. Wishart said after the in- quiry report was made public that he was considering charg- es against Dr. Shulman for ac- quiring information from a con- fidential police source. The attorney general noted at the tune that a section of the Criminal Code makes it an of- fence punishable by five years imprisonment for civil ser- vant to make public con- fidential information. Dr. Shul- man could have been charged as an accessory. During the inquiry .conducted by Mr. Justice Campbell Grant of the Ontario Supreme Court, Dr. Shulman refused to reveal the identity of the police source which supplied him with infor- mation. "Mr. Justice Grant, in his re- port, did at one point say that the matter of extracting infor- mation from a police officer who has been sworn to secrecy might be looked at to see if it was a matter that warrant- ed criminal Mr. Wis- hari said. "I don't feel that we will pur- sue the matter to that extent." Dr. Shulman said in an inter- view Sunday he was "elated1 that Mr. Wishart had decided not to press charges. several guerrilla attacks re- cently, the latest Friday right. The military spokesman said 10 Israeli settlements have been attacked from Lebanon since Jan. 10. Yasser Arafat, leader of Al Fatah guerrilla organization and titular head of the Palestine Liberation Organization of all guerrilla groups, told Premier Saeb Salam four weeks ago that the raids from Lebanese terri- tory would cease. The Israelis renewed their re- taliatory raids the last week in December after a three-month lull. Two weeks ago they hit two fishing villages 28 miles up the Lebanese coast. Violence continued today in the occupied Gaza Strip. The Is- raeli Command said 44 pounds of explosive concealed in a tire went off in the central post off- ice in Gaza City at 9 a.m. wounding 61 Arabs. Hie post office was badly damaged. Actress criticizes U.S. war efforts Groundhog to be sent to Houston PHILADELPHIA (AP) Tuesday is Groundhog Day, even in Texas, and a prairie dog just won't fill the bill. SD the Philadelphia Zoo snipping one plete with Hous- ton, where a bank wants him to do his thing. Chucky Jr., the furry weather expert, will fly to Houston under special arrangement be- tween the Houston and Phila- delphia zoos. He also will as- sist in the ground breaking ceremony for a new bank. After informing Houstonians how much longer they'll have to endure the Texas winter, Chucky Jr., will occupy a new home at the Houston Zoo, be- coming its firs' groundhog. iale destroys arisli hall NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. (CP) Arctic diocese delegates to lie general synod of the Angli- an Church of Canada learned nre that a parish hall at Frob- sher Bay, N.W.T., had been own away in a violent wind- torm. The Queen turned the sod lor new igloo-shaped cathedral 10 yards away this summer. be cathedral the Eskimo pari- lioners are building was not amaged. Very Rev. Donald Witbread pas told in a telephone conver- ation with his wife at Frob- isher Bay that gale winds up to 00 miles an hour lifted off the and roof of the frame uilding and destroyed most ol he remaining structure. INSTALLED AS ANGLICAN PRIMATE The Most Rev. G. P. Gowen, Archbishop of New Westminster, presents primatiol cross to most Rev. Edward W. Scott at St. Thomas Anglican Church in St. Catharines, Ont., Sunday. Ceremony Installed Scott (left) as primate of the Anglican Church of Canada. Trumpet fanfare, applause greet new Anglican Primate ST. CATHARINES, Ont. (CP) In a 45-minute service writ- ten for the occasion, Archbishop Edward Scott of Kelowna, B.C. was installed Sunday as Pri- mate of the Anglican Church of Canada. After his installation before the altar of St. Thomas' Church here, the new primate went WINDSOR, Ont. (CP) Ac- tress Jane Fonda told a Univer- sity of Windsor audience Satur- day night the United States is turning Southeast Asia into "an automated murder machine" which has resulted in "mutiny refusing to fight." Speaking to about 800 stu- dents, Miss FiMida, an organizer of the Winter Soldier Investiga- tion into U.S. war crimes which began Sunday in Detroit, said President Nixon "is substituting helicopters and airplanes for foo': soldiers." "He is withdrawing ground troops but this is not a gener- ous, true step on his she said. "He is withdrawing ground troops, because the troops are not fighting any- more." When sent out on patrol, she said, many troops only go far enough so they can't be seen, lie down, smoke marijuana and meals for. pennies (reamettes MACARONI She urged Canadians to inves- tigate the role their country is playing in the Vietnam war. She said Canada, as a member of the International Control Com- nussion, is supposed to take neutral position but has been sitting with the U.S. II ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 down into the congregation to >e greeted by a trumpet fan- shouts and applause in a demonstration that broke from rsdition. Edward Scott was Bishop of Cootenay diocese when elected a the primacy on the th'rd bal- ot by the general synod in Ni- agara Falls last Monday. He succeeded Archbishop Howard iewlett Clark, who resigned .ast August after 11 years. Archbishop pre- fers to be called "Ted" rather than "Your around his neck Sunday a color- id beaded cross suspended iorn a necklace made for the new primate by Indians from Big Trout Lake in British Col- umbia. At 51, he is the youngest primate ever. Earlier, the primate delivered the sermon at St. Michael and All Angels' Church in Toronto. The service was televised on the CBC national network except for the MarirJmes where it will HAPPY BIRTHDAY Crown Princess Beatrix of the Netherlonds poses with her son, Constant! Jr., on her 33rd birthday Sunday which the Dutch royal family ob- served in Amsterdam. be shown next Sunday. The primate said he wantec to remind people that each tad vidual is important, althoug the poor and the ill-treatet might find it hard to believ that every human counts fo son.ething. "Christian people are callet not to privilege but to he said, adding that no Christian had the right to shut himself o in an isolated world. He called on Anglicans to tek the initiative aid move out int different levels of the commuu ity. To non-Christians who migh be watching, he asked that the not make judgments of U> Christian faith solely on term of weaknesses and failings those who call themselve Christians but rather on the lif of Christ. "I think it's the right an duty of people' of integrity challenge those ot us who cal ourselves he said. Peking diplomat assumes office OTTAWA (CP) A group of 11 Chinese Communist diplo- mats, headed by Hsu Chung Fu, arrived here in bitter 14-below temperatures today to set up formal diplomatic relations with Canada. The 11, all wearing identical fur hats and grey, military-style suits, travelled by train from Montreal to be met by a group of Canadian external affairs de- partment officials, headed by Arthur .Andrew, in charge of the department's ".sian affairs. Mr. Andrev '--ad begun the recognition talks when he was ambassador in Sweden. Mr. Hsu, who will be charge d'affaires until an ambassador is appointed, said in a short statement that he is "convinced that our relationship will de- velop in a good way." "I and my colleagues will make our due efforts." GREETED 3'.' PAKISTANI A member of the Pakistan high commission was the only foreign diplomat to meel new delegation. the Enjoy an extra income lax deduction nnJ earn interest compounded scmi-anniially' starting a personal pension plan at Farmers Merchants Trusr. Contribution, deductible from your 1970 tax return ean bo made throurii February 1971, So send this coupon now for the folder with all the facis. FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th Street S. Phone 328-5548 CAl-GARY fDMOriTON GRAND PRAIRIE MONTREAL VAMCOIM MEDICINE HAT NASSAU pleass send me full op. FARMERS 6 MERCHANTS TRUST registered retirement sav- ings plan so I c.in combine income tax savings anrl interest to a higher retirement income. ADDRESS Mail in: FARMERS S> MERCHANTS TRUST .it address at left After leaving the train, tl Chinese delegation was take into the station's restaura where Mr. Hsu made his sho statement to reporters. He said that Canada China based their diplomal recognition on mutual respec for each other's sovereignty an territorial integrity. Other pri ciples, he said, involve equalit mutual benefit and peaceful c existence. "As you all know, the Chines and Canadian peoples have long history of friendship." "We are very glad to ha come to your beautiful capital." j He spoke through an inter- preter. ord production workers walk out LONDON (AP) Twenty tousand production workers out today in Ford Motor Co. plants across Britain, add- ing to the labor troubles caused by a nationwide postal strike, now in its second week. Ford's pay dispute with British workers appeared to be spreading. 'At present the situation is said a spokes- man for Ford, Britain's second largest auto-maker. Production stopped at Hale- wood, Liverpool, Basildoo, Essex the spares depot at Dav- entry and the carburetor ptant in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Although neither side in the 12-day-old postal strike was ready to budge, some of the public difficulties were lessened by volunteers and non-strikers. The post office reported 251 of crown post offices and all sub-post offices opened While the open post offices didn't mean mail for Britons, it. did enable the post office to deal with subsidiary business such as postal savings, postal orders, stamps, television set licences and driving licences. Bather of missing pilot oins search for plane EDMONTON (CP) The ather of Bob Bergeron, the lilot of a Cessna aircraft miss- ng in northern Alberta since ast Tuesday, joined in the search for Ms son Sunday. Ed Bergeron was briefed by earchmaster Capt. Perry Hut- on and then joined a helicopter crew to make a detailed search if the Whitecourt area, 115 miles northwest of Edmonton. Three Dakota sircraft search- ed northeast of Whitecourt Sun- day, a Hercules transport was to fly the suspected 350 mile route of the Cessna from Hin- tor. to Fort McMurray, 275 miles northeast of Edmonton, and civilian pilots were to search in the WWtecourt-Slave Lake districts. Scattered snow squalls ham- pered search efforts in the Whitecourt area Sunday. It was not known if Bob Bergeron, from Fort McMur- ray, was carrying any passen- gers on the flight. Saturday, eight civilian and five military aircraft flew 64 hours and covered more than square miles. Weather and road report S ABOVE -J ZERO AT SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET H LPre LethbrlilgB Pincher Creek Waterton H s 9 39 5 Pre .08 .04 Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff....... Calgary......... 5 Cranbrook.......42 Victoria......... 52 Prince George 20 Vancouver.......49 Saskatoon.......-10.-26 Regina...........-7-21 Winnipeg.........-5.-17 Toronto......... 6-4 Ottawa.......... 3 -14 Montreal........ 6-18 St. John's........48 27 -1.-31 -16 6 14 7 0 30 42 18 45 .05 27 7 New York Miami Los Angeles Las Vegas Rome Paris London 37 45 Berlin 32 37 65 54 74 4V 60 64 38 43 Amsterdam 34 39 Madrid......... 31 Tokyo......... 29 46 FORECAST: Lethbridge day: Snow ending this morn- ing. Winds SE15. Tuesday: Mostly cloudy but continuing mild. Winds W25 and gusty. Low near 20. Highs 35-40. Medicine Snow- flurries. Tuesday: Mostly cloudy but milder. Winds SW15 and gusty. Low near zero. Highs 25-30. Columbia Kootenay To- day: Cloudy with a few snow- Halifax 33 15 .05 Frederieton 22 -8 Charlottetown .30 11 ers. Tuesday: Cloudy with few sunny periods. Highs today and Tuesday 35 40 above. Lows tonight 25-30 above. Gypsy Rose Lee dress dummy up for auction BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. fAP) The well-proportioned dressmaker's d u m m y that Gypsy Rose Lee used in making many of her own clothes is up for auction, an artificial red rose at its hip. Offered too are her Rolls-Royce with a tea service built into a door and cut-glass rose vase on the dash; her black-lacquered Victorian furni- ture; and her ornately deco- rated metal and wood toilet cover, monogrammed GRL on the lid. The famed stripper, burlesque queen, author, actress and tele- vision personality died of cancer last April at 56. Eric Kirkland, the only child of her tlircc marriages, said re- cently Miss Lee loved auctions and so he had decided on an auction to share with her public nearly all of her possessions. They'll be sold March 9-10 at the galleries of Sotheby, Parke- Rernet. Lo? Angeles 'but at i present still are in the home she j at years I "go- LEON'S DOZER BLADE UNITS Test Proven All Purpose Heavy Duty Trouble Free Year-Round Must Featured straight position, left angla and right anglt changed in seconds, it Heavy duty channel conitructiop to meet various Iraeter strengths. 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 ft. units to accomodate all standard tractors. High grade cutting edges employed. You will not Hurt your tractor under full load dut to the front end of the tractor drawbar doing all the pushing. Mounting time 20 minutes. Thousands of satisfied customers prove our products are superior. Approximate weight 700 to 2000 Ibj. depending on model. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 32A3165 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways in bridge district are the Leth- bare and dry and in good winter driving condition. Highway 2, Carway to Cal- gary, has some light snow and odd slippery sections. Highway 3 west to the B.C. border is generally in good winter driving condition Highway 3 east has some slippery sections from Grassy Lake to Medicine Hat. Highway 4 south to Coutts is bare ar.d dry with some'light aiow. Highway 93, Banff to Jasper, is closed due to snow- slides. PORTS OK ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coutts 24 hours: Carway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. MST. Del Bonita 9 a.m. lo 0 p.m.; Rooscvillc, B.C. (I a.m. lo d p.m.; Kingsgatc, 24 hours; Porthill-RykerU 8 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain ciosed. Wildhorse, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ;