Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE 1ETHDRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, February 2. ''ai ly governments, predicted high unemployment w o u I (l continue for another 12 months or more. Allan Blnkency, Saskatche- wan's premier and provincial IreasuriT. and Manitoba Fi- nance Minister Saul Cheiniaclc accused the federal government of acting too Ir.le lo stem rising plan to deal with J unemployment this winter. next winter. j Mr. Cherniaek said both lev pis of government should be hel- ler prepared by .summer for Iho Alia. I'rnv- inciril finance niinislers ap- p.-iuvd pcnenilly satisfied (hat II cv luid Liken nn important sup in Ihe bailie fuUire unemploy- nu'ijl. The wrapping up a meeling wilh federal fi- nance agreed lo set up The plan calls for a specia coinmilit' current federal winter unrk> programs and lo .submit, a by the beginning oi iMiiy. The idea is Lo allow Otta- wa and the provinces plenty of limn lo study 'he problem and coming winter. Mr. I'.lakrnny said lie hoped Oliawa wasn't going to start planning its m- lai'k nine months from now. British Columbia and foiindland were not represented MO DAMAGE A large callerpillar Iractor and a back hoe had lo be hired Tuesday morning to cxtricale a Let lib ridge cal'le liner I ha I wen I inlo the ditch after sliding off of highway 3 in West Blarrmore. The truck, driven by Robert Walker of Lelhbridge, was haulinq IPO hogs from Lelhbridge to a Tacoma, Washington market when (he mishap occurred. Traffic had lo be Jeic.urcd off the highway by RCMP while the long, heavy unit was being pulled out of the ditch and put back on the highway. LitNe damage was done to the unit. Several hogs were kill- ed. Decoux Pholo by Ihoir ministers. Quebec's Raymond Garnrrm said now there would be linn1 in discover the good and had reuse programs long before the ,-ii''W flies again. rm.Mi winter uorks proems mi! ne( ess.iry in l he _ fall, federal ura.-iury board i points of Ihe current program president C. M. Drury told ro- and to make provisions, porters after the private talks. "H will give much more tinv.- But if they were. Ihe two Icve'? for provincial governments find of guvermm-ni would he pre- mimicipalilics to prepare suiia- pari'd "in a more coherent ble he said. Lhan this v.inlor." Mr. Blakeney and New Bnms C'nMl'i.AIVlS wick Finance Minister .Jr.vv The chief inn-pose of the meet- Maurice Simard had snid Ini; was tnr OlUwa ant! the ccssing of applications for (cdtv- it' cxcii.'ingL1 notes on I al loans, and grants to create 'I--.1 economic for vrinter works had caused 5 FnJi'i 'hi- OLilsL-L. there were abr-m high uncm- and iho possibility oi Manitoba ni.d Saskatchewan, j But Mr. Simard said after the o -i r V. Democratic i lhat. iho over-nil con- cept of winter works program? was good mid lie felt that with revisions. Ihcy could be of real benefit next winler. -MihoiiEb unemployment and j inflation dominated discussion I at Uie meeting, the ministers devoted considerable lime ly and cost-sharing, I Thfi province? said they defi- ni'elv need more money. A'- ASTA lirief (o jroverunionl re HDMONTOX (CP1 Special: when oilier employee groups ke priv- aid Ilie not accorded flow." Tlie report siaius for leacbrrs as em- came under fire today in a brief to the Alberta inel by tjio Mborla Sc-ho.il TT.I-ICCS' .Association. The brief containing -1-1 rcs- oliiiiuns under six headings. 12 of rJicni por-riininp to lechers, j made lo fUi ropjiinmendalions meiv-bri-sliip in the and in- j Teachers' Association wliich applies learhers, maltos provision >r against unrcason- i'-le IrealmeiiL should bo so Ivsvl ojj'jrstion. re-j mi find labor relaiioiiF. i inane-! liirsivr a cordition of employ- The ccmvulsion Man killed tchilc police guard home including ones thai: lonpni not compatible human rights'' and said "many loachers privately ex- press iheir opposition to be- to Iho Alberla Tcach- should -Appropnate so that s fin administrative including "superinten- dents, assislant nssociale or deputy associations, directors, co o r d i n n t o r s, should not be included in n cer- tified bargaining unit. The brief said "the ASTA is con- cerned about, a lack of clear differentiation between class- room teachers a n d those charged responsibility for the operation of the school or for Hie co-ordination of leath- ers." It especially mentions the role of principals when there is collective bargaining. Among the eight recommen- dations on curriculum and in- structions, the trustees sug- gested that universities in the province adopt the semester plan. The brief said (hcL in- creasing numbers of students are graduating from secondary MONTREAL fCP> Ai Jenlified. middle-aged killed find hi.s home set fire Tuesday niplit while right detective -un-ouiiflc-d the wailing for three men I boy had trailing Ui i bcrta ?aid that it would opt out dpnlified._middle-aged man was of agi-ccments if the CTuld get 50 per cent of income lax revenues. Ontario a similar plan, which called for the. prov- i come taxes bv 197G. Thcv nnw Tno -non were arrested later. Mnt anrf Police said Ihcy had been eral govcrnmcnt UIG rest. watching the trio since Tuesday_______________ when they received an anony- j mmis Irlcphone caU advising lo follow the men who j uore a Iruck and a car. The l i 1 look them from Montreal lo a small bungalow in Pointe r.'ix Trembles where, from n distance, the detectives the men enter a house. 'Ihe Viclim v.as later found lying fare dov.Ti on a smoulder- ing He was .severely burned and had been beaten During the1 surveillance, po- lice said, unc: man left, the house. Look a package from Ihe irnck and went back inside. Ten minutes later, all three men ran out find jumped inlo Iheir vehi- cles. The deicciives gave chase and I arrested them in suburban Hosemount. pressure mounts LA PAZ. Bolivia (Renter l A businessman alleged to be former Gestapo chief Klaus Barbie was in a secluded villn (in a La Taz suburb today pro- tccled by .secret .servicemen as international pressure mounted for bis extradition In France lo Police Chief Pierre Gariepy of Poinle aux Trembles police department said the victim had received a blow to the face from an axe blade and shot in the head. STEREO Sne Pngo face war-crime charges. The French ambassador IT Bolivia, .lean Louis Mandcrau, formally ar-kcd the foreign min- istry Tuesday nipjil for the ex- tradition of 56-year-old Bolivian national Klaus Allmann, who settled in Ih's Latin American republic in UKi! and took ouL citizenship five years laier. French authorities say that Allmann, really Barbie, was Ge- stapo chief in Lyon during the Second World War and was re- sponsiblc foi the torture and cx- cciition of hundreds of French i rnsislLncn fighicrs. Farbie was cnndomiifd lo death in al-snniia by n French mililari' tribunal after the war. problem in cattle indusli EDMONTON (CP) One of the major problems facing the cattle industry is the misuse of polonl chemicals in llveslorh and Ihe problem of dnis dun in animals, Tom Gilchri.st, president of (he Western Stock Association pays. Mr. GilclirisL, ui a report lo (.he assoeiation's .inmial con- vention which openixl Tuesday, SnJcl tho rriUlc industry's pro- duction must comply .stan- dards .set. for pure food. "If tho industir fails in this regard, public outcry vill force far men's Association has started 1 would have program with half a ion of liver even receive a safo-drug-use other segments of Ilio industry. "Discussions w i t h govern- ment on future drug restric- tions have been held and an extension campaign amongst drug users seems Lo be the most practical way of meeting the he said in a re- port. Unilccl Sliilor, hud im- controls on Ihc The posed use of dcthyl.slihcslrol making Ihe withdrawal period before slaughtered en days mtecd of Ihe pre- vious 4.') hours. "C'anadn the distinct Happy New Year Sale WORLD OF SHOES Continucs BALANCE OF 5PEC'Al WINTER BOOTS OFF NOW NOW ONLY ___ .99 SRLECTION Of SHOES Ficg. lo NOW...... SELECTION OF SHOES Broken tinei nn-.l Sizoi Reg. to NOW 7-" BALANCE OF HANDBAGS NOW SPECIAL SELtCTiON QF SUEDES-LEATHERS COLORS .99 317A 6th Si. 5. OPFN THURS. TILL 9 P.M. WORLD OF SHOES more stringent on us than are really re-1 he said in his annual i report. I possibility of lira same mca- Bob Porter, chairman of Lite hi.-ing taken hero." heallh commit Lee, said beef producers must Ix1 aware of Ihe proper handling, admin- istration, dosage and with- drawal periods if Ihcy arc "drive life benefits drugs have on our industry." He said Ihc Canadian Calilc- lo eat a each day to "therapeutic of Hie drug, he said. Mr. Porter emphasized drugs should only withdrawn on the basis of "valid reasoniny and scientific fact, not as the result of emotional outcry or pi-essure by consumer groups." "On the other hand, a con- sumer who is allergic to pen- icillin nnd traces the reaction back to meat certainly has a valid reason for demanding tighter control." Mr. Gilchrist said the indus- try should have the opportun- ity to present its case to the federal government when re- moval of any drug or chemical for animal plated. use is contem- No injuries in yacht accident VANCOUVER. ICP) A 110- foist sailing hound for Vancouver from Nassau was wrecked on a reef in the Cahbbcan Tuesday night, but the 2-1 persons aboard all were taken off wilhoul mishap. A distress call from the Ketch Raven was answered by sliip.s of Ihc Haitain navy aficr the yacht run aground, crew member Sally Towell of Van- i emiver .said in a telephone call year 10 Vancouver. The wooden-hulled Haven, owned by Jan de Groot of Van- couver, was hcintf sailed to Vancouver vin the Panama Ca- nal to iiserl by the Van- couver Sailing Academy for Navigational Training. The U.S. Coast Guard in Mia- mi snirl 17 of those aboard were Canadian cillzens, along wilh one Briton and one American, phis a five-man professional crcsv. In her call lo Vancouver Pally Towcll sr.id NIC Riven v as badly holed find "more or loss i wrilo-off." TORONTO (CP) Tire Globe and Mail .snys a plan lo estab- lish Canadian dc- corporal ion as the key par! of a program lo help Canadian IIKS stalled in cabinet for a year. Thr- the plan is outlined in n memorandum .sub- mitted lo tiie c-ibincl by fiecrc- lary of Gerard Pelltljer Ic.si. February. In the mcnujnindum. Mr. Prl- Iciier said Dial "if present trends coniinui-. Ihc remaining English-'jnKuayc, Canadian- owned houses be taken over, and (be publishing of Eng- lish Canada's Iwoks will cx- chisivtly m foreign bands." Among thtj rccnnimendations in I lit! memorandum was one for Irpi.slalion lo set up a pub lishinp; development corporation to nuke long-term loans io Ca- nadiniHmni'd companies. I t Iho corporation could he financed at, the start with n million advance pay- mnnl nut of the burigd. The! pnpcr quotes the mcmo- "The first sU-p i.-; in permit Iho .sectary of slate to make public the roru'eni of Ihe gov- Ihis n i mid HIP public lhat the BISSETT ELECTRIC (1971) CANADA 124 Ulh SI. A North Phono 327-7508 LEON J. CZAJKOWSKI AUTHORIZED DEALER AND SERVICE CENTRE FOR INGER5OLL-RAND POWER TOOLS Ijovcmment is studying the problem as a means of further- ing the development of Cana- dian culture." The paper says the recom- mendations ran inlo heavy cabi- net opjutsilion, especially from .Iran-Luc Pepin, minister of in- dustry, trade and commerce, who argued against tile principle of subsidization and foricral action in an industry lhat is a provincial responsibil- ity. New rapeseed sale deal completed CALGARY (CI1) Tlie Al- bcrla Wheat Pool said today it has completed an agreement, for Ihc foreign sale of more than hvo million bushels cf raposecd. Ciuicriil Manager .1. W. Mad- ill declined lo name the pur- chaser for reasons hut said Ihe shipments will po lo an established market area which has previously bought from the pool. The contract calls for rape- scat of n specific oil nnd orucie acid content, ho said, and Ibis will 1m achieved by hlcndiiiK Ihe low-oruci" variety span wilh regular vnrletios. The raprserd is lo shipped from Ihe ivest coasl during the 1072-7.1 crop year and sold at Ihe prevailing market now alioul f2.5fl n bushel. schools at the end of the first semester but are forced lo ci- ther wait several months or at- Icnd post-secondary institu- tions that arc not oi their first choice. Tlic brief also recommends that the deportment of educa- tion include envininmcnlal edu- cation al all grade levels and in all appropriate aihjeds. As well, a recommendation in Ihc scclien on teachers palls for Icachcr-cducation programs to include courses on man and his environment. Support of the recommenda- tions of Ihe Blair Commission reporl. nn menial health also was included in the Irnstecs' brief. It said the schools' re- Arms negotiations to be adjourned VIENNA (Hciiler) The So- viet Union and the United Stales adjourn their efforts for a curl) on nuclear missile arsenals I his week without indicating whether this means iinmjnenl agreement or merely another pause in Ihc two-year-old arms negotiations. The sixlh round of the strate- gic arms limitation talks which opened in Vienna Nov. 15, last yoar will adjourn Friday, the two sides announced Tuesday. In the absence so far of an of- ficial statement it is assumed they will reopen in Helsinki, Finland, jxjrliaps in the spring. Over the U.S. negotiating team at SALT now, looms the date in late May when Presi- dent Nixon is to visit Moscow for talks with the Soviet leader- ship on world affairs, including strategic arms. The president is likely to feel some compulsion, especially in an electoral year, to achieve a partial SALT agreement on or around flic time of his Moscow summit, many observers Irc- lieve. This being so, the resumption of in would bring the arms talks to a climax. American conference sources have assured reporters that the secret as po- tentially the most important arms negotiations in will go on and firmly rcjccled enquiries concerning a break- down. A joint Soviet-American com- munique is due Friday following the final session of the Vienna round in the U.S. embassy which may clear obscurity about Ihc further programming of Salt. If next Friday's Vienna com- muniquc follows the pattern of several previous SALT state- ments it will he bricl, uninfor- mative, and limited lo specify- ing the dale and location of the next SALT session. Britain will recognize new state LONDON (AP) Diitain has arranged formally lo recognize (he new slate of Bangladesh Friday, government officials re- porled today. The British move is likely tj be accompanied by similar acts ol recognition on the part of some mc.nrjCT countries of the European Common Markct( sources sak1. Weather and road report StxniSH THURSDAY SUNSET II L Prc Lclllliridgc i -3 sponsihility for mental hcallh I Pinclier has become increasingly im- portant and the shift is toward prevention rather lKin Ire.at- mcnt. In the section of financing of education, the brief again re- ferred to iiTonta] healtli, rccom- moMdirg greater financial sup- porl for improved mental lirahh services. It suggested that part, of the funds might conic Iixnu health dcpart- "Much of (.he additional cost is due lo healt.h programs rath- er than emicalional problems and consideration should be given lo rcquc'.ling the dcparl- incnL of health lo contribute to cosls o' this service provided through (he schools. The rcpr-rt also made a pohcy recommendation that the trustees' go on record as opposing Ihe requirement of a plebiscite to approve supple- mentary rcquisi lions on prop- erly Lax. Tlie brief said Ixinrds are accountable lo their publics for spending, taxation levels and j of resources and j of Medicine Hal Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff....... Calgary...... Viclnria Pcnliclon..... Prince Goerge Kamloops..... Vancouver Pa.slun.1oon Rcgina Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa...... Monlrcal St. John's Halifax....... Charlottelown Frcdericton Chicago New York Miami Los Angeles Las Vegas Phoenix Honolulu..... Homo Paris London Berlin Amsterdam Moscow...... 5 8 11 3 1 20 -in ..13 ..30 -1 7 -K) 11 -15 37 21 -1 -13 -3 -17 5-21 28 14 21 22 IS 24 ...20 29 31 "the aecramlahilily of people is lo Hie public it veri-1 T fuxs periodic dec.! lions." i "The general public cannot possibly take lime lo gain de- tailed knowledge of educalional budgets and, therefore, budgets will pa-i.sixl or defeated on an emclinnal or at least on a basis that bears little re- lationship to the viability o[ the proposed budget." .18 77 ISO 53 60 48 ...47 37 32 39 14 30 4B .23 FORECAST: Lrlhbridgc Today: A cloudy periods. Winds 1V15 pccassionnlly gusting In Zj slrnnunr lllniueli Ihc Tass. Drilling snow. Lnws zero-five above. Thurs- day: Mainly sunny. Liltlc- Icinpcralure change. Highs above. Medicine Mat -i Cloudy this afternoon. Lows 5-10 below. Thursday: Sunny periods. Con- tinuing cold. Caifjnry Cloudy periods by this afternoon, very light snow in one or two loci-'cs. Lows .V10 lielow. Thursday: Mainly sunny. Little temperature change. rohnnlrin KooUMiay region Today and Thursday: Clear and cold. FPW fog patches over- night main valleys. Highs holh days II) lo 13 above. Lows over- night 10 to 20 below except zero to 5 below in the Koote- nay west district Montana Fast of Continen- tal Divide Mostly sunny wiltl a warming trend today and Thursday. Highs today 5 lo 15 except 15 lo 25 cast slopes. Lows tonight zero to 10 below except 5 lo 15 east slopes. Highs Thursday 15 lo 30. of rnnlim-nlnl Divide Mostly sunny with a slow warming trend today and Thursday. Highs today 10 to 20. Lov.'s lonight zero lo 15 below. High Thursday 15 lo 25. Loinoml in race RASSANO CSpecial) Intcr- by Crowfoot Liberals in a fcdcrrJ election was indicaled here two men announced at Ihc annual meeling of Crow- foot Liberal Association llicy will seek the nomination. Lynll furry, a rancher from Sunnynook, r-irlh of Jlroohs antl Andrew MoAli.ster, a farm- er in IlK1 Iximoiifl dislricl, an- nounced ihey will be in Ihc running. It is cxpeclcd Iliaf a Liberal nominating convention for will he Crowfoot Coii.slilucncy hold in February M yet lo lie decided iiix. Ulair Wilhams nf Fdmonton, Ihe AllK'rta organizer for the Liberals, told I he meeting thai it is expected a full slate of 19 candidales will Ire announced by mid-April, A.s gllesl speaker, Kent BUY NOW Cuivcl Behlon 20 gouge steel building complete with end walls, ancbor bolls, steel base plale and large double sliding doors (24'w x See us about this Behlcn Steel Duilding and its special price. General Farm Supplies Coulls Highway LcMibridge Box 1202 32B-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OK AJ1A Highway 2, Nanlon to Sland- off, travel lanes are mostly hnro. Standoff to Cardslon lias a place, pnlchcs of packed snow niul ice. Ciirdston lo Canvay is mainly covered with packed snow and ice. lanl to Agriculture Minister on Hie ''oilier side of Ihe and outlined ficcomplisbmenls by the fed- eral government in Ihe field of Ihe economy, agni-ullitral and foreign policies, lie described sleps in agricultural policy by lion. Olio Lang ;md lion. Bud Ols'in innuvnlive ar COll-Sll'llcUVC.'1 Highway Brocket is Cirassy Lake bare. Brocket Cowloy has short patches of packed snow and ice. Cowlcy to Ihe HO border Is covered ice and packed snow Highway ft. IjClhhridg? to Lcavill, moslly hare. lo Walcrton is covered with pack- cd snow and ice. Highway fl, 1'lncher Creek lo POUTS OF I'.NTIIY (Oprniiij; null Closing Tlmnsi: Cnillts 2-1 hours; Carway !l a.m. In f, p.m.; Del Ilnnila 0 .in. lo K p.m.; fiooscville. H.O, 9 a.m. lo (i p.m.; Kingsgale, H.C., 2J hours; is ice cov- ered. All other highways in Ihc l-clhbridgc di.stricl arc mainly bare Highway I. Trans Canada Highway, Calgary lo Banff is hare wilh a few slip- pery srclion.s and drifting snow ill the Morley Flats area. Hanff- Golden is in good winter condi- tion wilh occasional slippery seclions (lelden lo ftevelstokc has some compact snow and slippery seclions. Banff hadimn and Banff- Jasper highways are in good uilller driving condition. nd Porlhill Hykerls fl a.m. lo midnight. Chief Monnlain closed. IWildhorsc, 1) a.m. lo .i p.m.