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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE '.ETHBRIDGE HERALD luciiloy, February 8, 1971 Two opposition leaders [KU'lir.S 'A nielli 1 icr of f'rnsiressivp Conservative leader Hubert Si nnfield was "I'uiUradiclory" and New Dem- iin rin "a hank- prison s Oue, dismite u e (CP) Tucnly-lwu of Quebec's i -i i i .to prouncia lai cosed 1 (oday as a sliuiy M-SP by pro- Ai.uf.ras kikes Pri.-nnr-rs from Mnaili-r dck'il- iin centres- have Ix'eii trans- In Urger inslitiilinns in fl 'iis'ilidation plan that v.-ill last n- HIP (iuralion uf t'le guards' than guards, itkmjt .No incident., have been fluiorouie policemen and game I reported among Hie more lhan wardens entered Ihird dav. j prisoners involved. ___________________________iM a a n w h i 1i1. .senior prison guards ironi liiis community jlofi tor Montreal today virlt' ice p left without normal The sergeants, mil union inc-ni- promised (he suidy session j Ihey would only serve .meals j I and not cany out dulies. Contract talks between the government, and the ;i fifiD-mem- I her Provincial Peace Officers' Association have boea .stalled since the study srasioas butiMi. C-overmr.eni negntiaior Rich- ai-d Drouin. who said Monday lallts wxiuJd not resume unlit Llic studv sessions ended, described sol at builders MONTUKAL sinner Affairs n uT) Con- Ro'uert fTairs a et Quebec jails as "pcrfer.tly iniiie housing im'Mfiry and I'ne prov-1 ccntrol." inr-rs for m: rni.inhulinR morel He said .Soverniicnt is m.tiatUrs u, the coun- studying legal nraiis to end tn-'s housing problems. m lunction. In a speech to the. Housing and Urban Development ASFO- ciaUon s 1 KCi-HQ i MttCwiKi -'jwotfiw v. ligl hunters JL CALGARY (CP) An Alberta Game Law official is concerned about hunters who use artificial light lo lure prey at nighl. Ernie Psikla of Edmonton, chief game law enforcement officer, said Monday he will recommend the use of aircraft to spot the hunters. He lold a conference of fellow officers that incidents of "jack lighting" are prevalent in the St. Paul Lac Elche area of northeastern Alberta. Recent incidents resulted In s farmer being shot at when his glasses caught the light from a hunter's lamp, and another case involving the loss of worth of livestock. Ray Elke, regional enforcement officer at Dauphin, Man., lold delegates his province now is using aircraft to spot the rroblem The planes fly at nn nltllud of feet sweeping an arc of BOO srjiiare miles, while keep ing in loueh wilh ground pa Irdls bv radio. About nil delegates Iron western Canada, the Yuko and Northwest Territories nlong with U.S. representative are nllcnding the conference. Delegates called for mor uniformity in game laws, ospc daily involving export and im port of game, and for educa fion programs to counter grow ing sentiment against hunting. hire blacks MONTGOMERY, Ala. (Rcu ffr) A federal court onvre Albania's highway patrol dc partment Monday to hire on black lor every new white em ploycc until 25 per cent of it staff are Negroes. The coui said the public safety depar ment, which operates the high way patrol, had practised 1'dcia discrimination throughout il 37-year history. PROPOSED U.S. -SOVIET SPACE MISSION This is an artist concept of o proposed U.S. -Soviet rendezvous and docking space mission. The top part of the drawing shows the Russian and American crafl in space as they approach each other to link up. Below is a drawing of the two nations' spacecraft as they would look sitting on the launch pad. This drawing was contained in a report prepared for the space agency by Morlh American and galloped ADELAIDE, Australia (Renter) Police are searching for a hit-and-run horseman after a collision in the Adelaide suburb of Clarcdon today. Police said Margaret Morgan, 19, suffered a broken leg when the horse she was riding was involved in a collision with another horse ridden by a man. The oher rider was seen galloping off after the School hi part of g EDMONTON (CP) Alberta school boards may receive part of their provincial grants in advance in fill lire years, L. J. Sladk, secretary-treasurer of Hie Edmonton Separate School Board, said Monday night. This may solve a long-standing problem of boards having o borrow money on which to operate while awaiting ma) rants in a Ing grants from the provincial school foundation program, Mr. Slavik told a board meeting. Trustees approved a resolution which authorizes the boan to borrow up to million on a short-term basis to cover costs until 1972 foundation grants start coming in. Traditionally, Mr. Slavik said, the problem has been receive dvance clash In fiscal years with school boards going by the calendar year and the provincial government operating on the basis of April 1 to March 31. As a result, boards starter liheir fiscal year Jan. 1 but had to wait until April 15 for foundation funds. They received 25 per cent of the total year's grant at. that time, with the remainder being paid on the basis of 25 per cent every three montlis. Consequently, the boards had to borrow money on 3. short-term basis to keep operating until Bio grants came. Mr. Slavik said the provincial government has traditionally argued that it cannot make commitments of money until it has set its own budget. But the new Progressive Conservative government has indicated It may make advances into the next year's grant so that the short-term borrowing can be SENATOR DIES CONCORD, Mass. (AP) -Sinclair Weeks, 78, a forme U.S. senator who was secretar of commerce in the cabinet o President Dwight D. Eisen hower, died here aflnr long illness. Weather and SUNRISE WEDNESDAY 5; 40 H LFc Lelhhridge 39 -1 Pincher Creek 42 5 Medicine Hat G -2 Edmonton 3 -1 Grande Prairie O -A .08 Banff 38 27 report T..OWS nrsr !-5. Sunny. MiM, Medirinn Today; A fcv clouds. Highs near 25. Low near zero. Wednesday: Sunny Little change in temprature. Calgary Today: Westen sections along foolhills, chinoot cloudiness. Winds W20 gusty Eastern sections: Main! cloudy with light snow. High near 30. Lows near 10. Wed nesday: Sunny. Mild. Columbia Koolcnay To day: Mainly cloudy with a few showers of rain or wet snow Moderately south winds. Mild Highs around 40. Wednesday Cloudy vilh a few clear peri oils. Winds light. Low tonigh 3D above. Highs Wednesday alxnit 40. Easl of Continents Divide Mostly cloudy todaj with widely scattered snow flurries east portion. Continued mild west portion today willi strong gusty west winds thi; night and Wednesday. High? loday 35 to 45 west portion 10 lo 25 east. Lows tonight 10 to 23 wesl portion zero to 10 east Highs Wednesday mostly 20s wesl. portion and 10 to 20 east West of Continents Divide Cloudy with little change in temperature loday with seat-lered rain or snow showers >j afternoon. Light snow mos't sections tonight and Wednesday. A litlle colder lonight and Wednesday. Highs today 35 (o 45. Lows tonight mostly 20s. Highs Wednesday mostly 30s. Judge qimshe on indecent CLACiAnV rCP) A city u-omnn's conviction of giving nn indecent performance lasl September quashed Monday by Mr. Justice H. J. Riley. Keliy Jchnson, 22. was fined SoO when convicted of the charge Dec. 2. She was arrested after danciug nude in a city cabniTl. In his judgment, Mr. Justice Eilcy said there was nothing to si ggost her perfoi-mance wns ustful." It showed no tendency to deprave or conviction performance nnd no dislorled concentration on pornography, lie questioned the crown's allegation that the performance was given in public, saying there was evidence Uie caba-re is a restaurant and that a S'J cover charge was in force at the time. Because of the cover charge, he said "it may well be thai the offence was not committed before Ihe public." Mr. Justice Riley also notet it was pcrformend on a small stage, end MJss Johnson was unclothed at the end of her act for about two minutes. "The accused was really performing a strip tease dance." He also quoted evidence from the original trial in which a morality squad detective ad-milled under questioning that he was not offended by the nude dance. "One can hardly Imagine what would prompt the authorities to attempt to make an example of the accused on the facts of this he 25 3 Victoria 4G 40 33 26 Prince George SB 31 .02 Kamloops 34 44 41 -2 -23 allowed to keep job MONTREAL (CP) Mr. Justice Jacques Ducros Monday granted Pierre Valiiercs per-mission to travel to Mont Lau-rier. Que., so he can hold a job with a federal winter works project. Vallieres is free pending a ccurt appearance March 6 on charges of counselling to kidnap and murder. One of the condi-ions of his freedom had been Uiat lie remain in Montreal. 7t was announced last week that Vallieres has agreed to coordinate a Local Initiatives Program project funded by a federal grant in Mont Laurier, BO miles north of Ottawa. Vallieres. once described by a Crown prosecutor as a leader of the Front de Liberation du Quebec, said the project aims to help about "half the population of the town, which is unemployed." Mr. Justice Ducros granted Vallicre.s1 request that he be a -lowed to work on the project by adding a further condition to Vallieres' freedom. The 33-year-old Vallieres. author of While Niggers of America, will not lw free to travel around, but must remain in the judicial dis-tricls of Montreal or Mont 1 -10 .03 Winnipeg -li -29 Toronlo l.'l 5 Govt. can't tic neutral -Russell EDMONTON" CCP) The Al-w.rta government has a public to state its posi-ion on a proposed resort at Lake Louise in Banff National 'ark, provincial Liberal leader 3ob Husscll says. Mr. Russell was referring lo 1 million, resort proposed by Village Lake jouisc Lid., jointly owned by mperial Od Ltd. and Lake xnrise. Lifts fd. Imperial Oil s about 65 per cent owned by jlandard Oil Ut of New Jcr-ev. lie said the new Progressive 'onscrvaliva government has cen quick to take a position it felt Albortans were [fectcd by federal provincial ocisions and added they can-ot remain neutral in this case. "The Liberal parly of Al- jer a is opposed lo foreign con-ro wilhin our naiionrjl r said in a prepared state-icnt. "Hut even if we ii from a very s'Jfish Al-c-rta point of it is s'ill :if! busine.-s lo allow a major oi'dyn ownrd dcvelopmcnl lliin Ihc park.'1 believe that a town such s f'nnmove provides an location within easy access i JJic- park." Canniore is just on side thn alional park's eastern bound-ry on the road lo John's 21 14 25 4 15 -4 'redericton 14 -6 Chicago 12 5 New York 30 11 84 RG JDS Angeles 72 52 ,as Vegas 63 35 Phoenix 73 64 45 'aris 54 40 .ondon ___ ___ 48 41 Berlin 50 37 Amsterdam 37 loscow 14 invited to visit Israel JERUSALEM (Renter) 34 32 Lclhhridge Today: A few clouds. Winds pusiy along foothills. Highs near has invited West German Chancellor Willy Brandt to pay an official visit, tJie first ever ly a West German chancellor lo .he Jewish state, informed soi rces said Monday. The sources said the invitation was sent out Sunday night by Premier Golda Meir to he h.TTidrd over to Brandt by Israeli's ambassador in Bonn. Eli-do liv Ben-Honn. No dale for the visit was men-ioiied in the invitation but observers believed il. would not ake place before September at (he earliest. The decision represents a major move in attempts lo normalize, relations Uie two countries in view of Jewish sufferings under the Nazi with BEHLEN STEEL BUILDINGS Gauges 14-22-Low Cosf Extra Space, Extra Length GENERAL FARM SOPPUES P.O. BOX 1202 COUTTS HIGHWAY LETHBRIDGE PHONE 32B-1 I TIRE AND RUBBER COMPANY OF CANADA Fire wipes out t businesses F.DMONTOX CCT> Tnrcc hnsincsscs in one building wore (Irstroypd ovcrnifilit hy firo. A tolfil flnmnRp estimate not nvnilnblc but police snirl more lhan woilli of slock was deslroycd in one of Hie firms, Maniac Tire and notary Ud. The other firms wen1 Home lEpTitnLs find Snios I.ld. and Xnnvood Automatic i Transmission. Cnuso cf l.ho hlnzo was nnl I known. EDIIONTON (CP) An Al- committpc Miuly manpower Iraining nral rclraininR lixl.ny nskod for piilj- Uc submissions. Chairman Cal I.-o. sjvo momljri' of Ihi; legislature fnr Mc- Knislu, said MM; coininitlcc n-imld wolcomc briefs on the federal training program, financial nssistnnrc jiiul sponsorship plans, llic win- tor training and pro- gram, vuenlion for Ilin disahled and disadvanl- r e s e arch, adult education, appiv.nliee.ship nnd tradesmen's qualifications nnd training in industry. SALES MANAGEMENT PROGRAM Wa are expanding rapidly and nfied managemflnl perlon- lo meet our now requirements in Lefhbridga and Calgary. IMMEDIATE OPENINGS 1, Manager of Passenger Tire Salfri 2. Commercial T.B.A. ilerni to buiinen and dcalftri. 3. Service and Service Salci 4, Office and Credil Reiponstble for credit exlen- lion and controls ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS 1, Univeriity, College or High School Graduate! 2, Applicant wilh 1-2 year prior tales experience preferred 3, Must present good appearance, have good ipoaking voico and bo oggronlvo. ADVANTAGES OFFERED 1. Salary plui nllracllve bonui program 2. Opporlunily for rapid advancement 3. Liberal rotiromfinl program 4. Oulilanriing inlurnncc program covorlng employe! und Pleaio call R. Solio lo arrange a pcnonal Interview or wnkftndi 327-8548 OFFICIAI, AS OF A.AI. TODAY COURTI5SV OF AHA Highway 2, Nanton lo Car- way is mainly bare. Highway 3. Grassy Lake to Brocket is hare Brocket to Lundbreek has short patches of hard packed snow and ice. Lundhreck to the B.C. border lias some bare sections but has packed snow and ice through- out the towns. Highway 5, Ix-thhridge lo W.-.terlon is mainly bare. Highway G, Piac'her Creek to Walerlon has long patches of packed snow and thin iee. POUTS (II. M hour: Itoos Portli WUdliorsc, fl lo 5 p.m. Highway Trans Canada Highway, Calgary lo Banff, the driving lanes are mostly bare with slush on llic low points. Banff-Golden received 2 inches of new snow, plowed and sand- ed. Golden lo licvelstokc has had .1 inches of new ed and sanded. Banff Radium and Banff- .Tnfiirr highways are reported lo hn in grind winter driving condition wilh occasional slip- pery seel ions. UMllY (Opening nuii rinsing Conllt lours: C.arway 9 a.m. (o f, p.m.; IM lion.ta !i .m. lo f, pin'- B.C. a a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Kingsg.ite, B.C., 24 lull Hykorls 8 a.m. lo midnight. Chief Mountain closed ;