Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, February IJ, 1971 Europe r.M'ilS i Ili'ilU'i The way "pen K'clay lor ih'1 Coiniiuin .Marki-l lo move deci- sively Inwards economic and union following days of umisunlly warm Fran- (Ivrman riuininn lalks, Despite Uie airi'L'emeni be- tween French President Georges rr.nipiclou and West (fcrraan Chancellor Willy Brandt to press ahead quickly towards such n union, much hard bargaining OYLT conclvle points is likely lo lie ahead among Ilic six (Y.miiKm Market and liw four emmlnes flue !o join next year. Rill ihe fueling in Paris lixlay was laal tin1 Franco-German MinuniL achieved a major result in clearing the a r.i'w boost lo 'Vesl European in- k'gralion. The Germans agreed to France's desire to narrow the Hindis wilhin Common Market currencies can fluctuate r gainst each other from the pre.sent margin of 4.3 per cent, though no figures were made public. From Monday, Finance Minis- ters Valery Giscard d'Estaing imd Karl Schiller will be draw-, ing up a common position oil' Worsl is yd lo conic Britons can't turn it on A PRIVATE BLIZZARD Skier Doric Nonis creates his i private snow storm as he carves his way ihrough deep powder QS he makes a run down ihe North Star ski hill ea Kimberley in southeastern British Columbia. Faulkner: ''We must stay British' BELFAST (AP) Prime Ministed Brian Faulkner has ap- pealed to Northern Ireland's Protest ants lo fmance a cam- nigiit. "It is not enough for' the government's voice to be heard it is also vital that the voice of the ordinary people of Ulster comes across loud and the union project to set before paign to counter ''vicious propa- J Ihe other four Common Market ganda being poiu'ed out against I nations and Britain, Ireland. Norway and Denmark. TaJta to be held include one between Pompidou and British Prime Minister Edward Heath next weekend. by militant Roman Catiio lies whn warn L Her merged with the Irish Republic "We must actively publicize our determination to stay Brit- ish." Faulkner declared Friday Soccer results ones ruled invalid LONDON (CP) Old Coun- try soccer results Saturday: ENGLISH LEAGUE Division 1 Arsenal 1 Derby 0 Crystal P 2 Coventry 2 Everton 0 Leeds 0 Huddersfield 0 Liverpool 1 party's concluded that close to TOO per- sons cast ballots who cither Lived oulsirie the constituency or did not belong to the party at all. Ihe said. Mr, Wutlunee, whose sup-! i porters brought the mailer of I the alleged irregularities to the executive's nltcjition shoj-tly af- said i tor live convention, said he was CALGARY (CP) A New Democratic Party nomination meeting, in which Prof. David .lor.es oi the University of Cal- fiary defeated lawyer William Wirttunce for Ihe Calgary Cen- tre nomination, has tteen de- clarc-d invalid by the provincial executive. The Calgary AlberUn Saturday if has teamed that [pleased with the decision be- tlie executive made the deci-1 cause the convention was n Eion because 23 per cent of "Fiasco." those who cast ballots did so Dr. Jones did not appear to illegally lw too upset at the news, say- The executive's Investigation, ing "a small group of people ------------------------------------------j are making a big thing out of i small teclmj-alily." Neither Dr. Jones nor Mr. Wuttunee have decided wheth- er they Hill seek the nomina- tion again, but said they would decide later this week. The Herald lo cover Ciiii hearing adjourned CALGARY (CP) A prelim- inary hearing i n to hijacking charges against Paul Joseph CJii was adjourned until Feb. 17. Crown prosecutor Paul Chrumka said the hearing should be concluded at the next sitting. The hearing was delayed twice before, mainly because air travel tie-ups prevented wit- nesses from getting to the city. The 27-year-old Cini is facing seven charges which were laid after Ihe Air Canada DC-8 was fo-ced to fiv into S elect McCormiek CALGARY (CD-John Me- Cormick, a third year arts and science student, was elected president of the student's legi- slative council of the university of Calgary. He defeated Gary Langshaw i to 616 to replace trip News and picture coverage of President Nixon's visit to China will be provided The Lclhbridge Herald through The Canadian Press by six Associated Press staff men accompanying the president and by two Reuters news agency correspondents sta- tioned in Peking. The AP contingent with Nix- on will be Frank Cormier, the senior news service corres- pondent at Ihe While House: V'ulitzer Prize winnuig photo- grapher Horst Faas; special correspondent Hugh A. Mull- igan; news-photo editor Wil- liam Actiatz; Nonh Asia chief Henry Hartzenbusch and pho- lographer Robert A. Daugher- ty of Uie AP White House staff. Reuters Peking correspon- dents are James Pringle and Peter Gregson. N'Lxon will be in China from Feb. 21 lo 28. Leicester 0 West Brom 1 Man United 0 Newcastle 2 Notts F 0 Tottenham 1 Sheffield U 3 Man City 3 Sioke 3 Ipswich 3 j Wolverhampton 1 West Ham 0 j Southampton vs. Chelsea ppd Division II Burnley 0 Hull 2 Carlisle 0 Luton 0 Charlton 2 Cardiff 2 Fulliam 1 Portsmouth 1 Norwich 2 Mfflwal] 2 Orient 2 Bristol C 0 Preston 0 Birmingham 0 Quern's PR 0 Blackpool 1 Simderland n Oxford (I Suindon 1 Sheffield W 0 Watford 0 Middlesbrough 1 Division III Aslon Vilba 2 Bournemouth 1 Bradford 0 Barnsley 2 Brighton 1 Walsall '2 Bristol R 5 Rochdale 2 Chesterfield 2 Halifax 1 Mansfield 1 Blackburn 0 Oidham 0 Notts C 1 Rotherliam 2 Shrewsbury 1 Swansea 3 Bolton 2 Torquay 0 Tranmere 1 Wrexham 0 Plymouth 2 York 2 Port Vale 1 Division IV Bury 2 Crewe 0 CoJchejtcr J Cambridge 1 Darlington 4 Aldershot 2 TIartlepools 2 Chester 1 Newport Gillingham 2 Northampton 1 Doncaster 1 Peterborough 4 Lincoln 4 Reading 0 Working 0 Scunthorpe 2 Barrow I Soutiiend 3 Brentford 1 Sauihport 1 Grimsby 0 Slockport 0 Exeter 4 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Leaders of the Catholic minor- ity, meanwhile, announced that Ihe third Sunday demonstration in as many weeks will be held in the agricvdtura] community of EnniskOlen, 65 miles south- west of Belfast, to protest the Ulster government's policy of interning suspected members ol tiie Irish Republican Army. Faulkner's appeal (or cash highlighted the belief among many Protestants that skillful propagandists of the IHA have captured the sympathies of the world press. Compared lo the coverage given Catholic griev- ances, they say, Protestant grievances against terrorist bombings and shootings of troops and policemen get little press attention. RELEASE FILIPINOS SAIGON (AP) Ten Filipi- nos captured last November by the Viet Cong after their tug- boat went aground off .the of South Vietnam were released Friday night. LONDON (CP) Triif.ilftir Square is in darkness, llicatres are widwuL heal, most of the trains arc late and Brilons are drauing cold comfort from gloomy predictions lhal their current power crisis is t'oing lo gel worse. An e 1 e c I r i c i I y shorlapc brought nn by n five-week conl miners' strike has forced the government to declare a si ale of emergency with draslie slriclious on (jouer usage. A cold war is being waged be- tween the mineu'orkers and Die nationalized collieries ant1 Industry Minister John Da- vies lold the Commons Friday much of Britain's major indus- try will be placed ou half time operation next week. Electrical heating lias been banned in offices, stores and otlicr public premises. Davies said Uie effect on em- ployment will be "exceedingly severe and many haps he laid off." Miuislei ICdwanl Heath, heaping scorn on the miners, Friday night urged an immedi- ate rcliirn to work. TALKS BREAK DOWN Government-sponsored talks with Ihe miners broke down Thursday and a court of inquiry has been set up. But the miners say 'they may not accept the recommendation of UK inquiry if it is considered unrealistic. Davies has appealed for vol- untary restraint from house holds. Unless there is sickness, he said, only one room in six should be heated. Joe Gormley, head of the National Union of Miners, seys power cuts and blackouts Iliroughoul Britain are inevitable until the end of April, even if Ihe miners were to go back to work now. The govcrnmenl began a ran- dom series of electricity black- outs Thursday. Star'iiifi Monday, all major in- Imvest paid workers in Ihe coun- llustries will have lo cul power Iry. Their current lake home consumption by half. They will earnings taxes and dedue- noL be able lo use electricily nil liens amount lo nbont a Sunday or three ol.her days a week. They are asking for a week. increase. 'Itie publicly-owned ArrangciiH'ul.s have already coal board has offered about been made lo assure supplies nf coal gel through lo nosjiiUils Their strike means some au- and homes of the lomobilo companies, as a result the miners' co-operation. of the [rawer crisis, will have lo Coal miners are among the close teiniKirarily. Unusual decision in airport n OTTAWA (CP) Union lead- ers representing electronic tech- nicians on strike at government ail-ports awailcd receipt of a mediator's projjosed settlemen the Internalional Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. William Andreeff, president of IBEW Local 22211, said the me- d i n I o r 's package would be today lo an immediale prcyenled as quickly as possible vote of Ihe members. lo the full membership, without Teacher runs for socialists HIGH PRAIRIE (CP) Mike Ooivson. a High Prairie school teacher, has been nomi- nated as the New Democratic Party candidate lor Athabasca in the next federal election. lie was declared Ihe winner after counting of a mail-in vole in the northwestern Alberta rw.sliliiency. The niuisual decision to can- vass l.hc membership immedi- ately on receipt of the media- tor's proposal came after walk- outs by seme of the union's des- ignated forbid- den by law lo walk off their jobs in Ihe inlecesl of public safety The package put together by mediator Gordon Simmons re- mained a secret Friday as Ihe industrial relalions expert from Queen's University talked into (lie nighl with representatives of any recommendation for or against adoption by the leader- ship. "We'll not pull our rncn off Ihe street unlil ivc've got an he added. Close to 400 of the union's membership are required by law to stay on the jab despite the strike, available in case of some emergency nhen service might be needed for the elec- tronic equipment that helps rog- ulale air patterns around the government's treasury airports and along the country's board, the body bargaining witti I airways. Weather and road report L Prc 23 24 29 17 07 17 15 IH-fated grains bitt was good say Olson., Lang WINNIPEG (CP) The two i brought total returns for the the united Murphy. Calgary Hra States Nov. 12 on a flight from j Douglas Smith, an education 1 Vancouver to Toronto j student elocled.internal, pharmacist (lies Provincial Judee R. V. Read i vice-president and Allen Litch I has. granted a defence request. field, arts and science, took (cp) _ A fmme[ j l Dundee vs. Celtic. Dunferm- line vs. Falkirk and Morton vs. j Ilihernian 2 Aberdeen 2 Kilmarnock 2 Fife ministers responsible for devel- oping an agriculture policy agreeable to Prairie farmers said Friday they still think the ill fated grains Income stabiliza- tion bill was a good idea. Agriculture Minister II. A. Olson and Otto Lang, newly-ap- pointed justice minister who re- tains responsibility lor the Ca- nadian Wheat Board, said they felt it should be rcintroduced in 1970 crop to 10 to 20 cents highed than the previous year, depending on grade. G. N. Vogel, chief commis- sioner of Ihe wheat board, said the final payment reflected a temporary upsurge in interna- tional wheat prices because blighl infestation drastically re- duced the U.S. corn crop. He cautioned that prices again are on the slide, leaving SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET II I.Hhlmilgc Medicine Hat Pincher Creek Gj-ande Prairie Edmonton Banff Calgary Penticton i Victoria Prince George Vancouver Winnipeg Swift Moose Jaw Rcgina Toronto Ottawa Montreal las Vegas Phoenix San Francisco Washington Rome ............54 London...........46 41 Berlin 30 Madrid 54 46 Stockholm 3-1 30 Honolulu .........79 69 Mexico 75 43 FORECASTS l.elliln'idge .03 "2 20 47 25 3D 40 32 33 31 30 20 18 59 72 63 42 Medicine Mainly sunny today Sunday. Gnsty Chinook wlnfls in Hie western R c c tions. snreailing (luring the day. Higlis 40 45; lows 20-25. Calgary Mainly sunny and mild Loday and Sunday. Winds light except MV20 tonight. Highs 4045; lows 10-15. Montana Easl of Conlincn- j la) Divide: Variable cloudiness i with litllc temperature change i today through Sunday. Widely -I" i scattered snoiv showers in Ihe -U i mountains. Increasing soiith- westerly along the east slopes rockies, rc-acbuig 40 to GO mile per hour later this afternoon and continuing into Sunday, Highs today and Sun- day 35 lo 45. Lows tonight 15 lo 25 except 23 lo 35 along the east slopes of the Rockies. West of Continental Divide: Considerable cloudiness with scattered snow showers today and lonight. Periods of snow Sunday, L i t tie temperature change. Highs today and Sun- day 25 to 35. Lows tonight 15 to 25 Columbia, Koolenay Tftday and Sunday, periods of snow. Highs today 30 lo 35. Sunday in the mid Uiirties. Lows tonight 25 to 30. present export returns weU below those of a year ago. REPRESENTS PROFITS The final payment depresents profits after expenses of the wheat board. It also includes S33 million from the federal treasury under the temporary Wheat Resevcs Act, coveding prohibiting ihe publication o f! Ihe post of academic evidence given at the hearing. 1 president, OPEN TODAY A WRONG TURN CAN BE TROUBLE v ice" I president of Ihe Canadian ____j Pharmaceutical Associ a t i o n, I Noel A, Farrow, Bl. died here. M r. Farrow, who retired; from active pharmacy only two I years ago, had been president j of (lie Alberta Pharmaceutical Association before taking the lop of the Canadian group in I Til. lie came to Calgary from Snmmcrsicle. P.F. I., in .served m Ihe First. World War then from the Uni-1 Slranracr 1 Cowdenbealh I) vrrsily of Alberta in 1MB. In Ihe Foiin- some form. II was a question of priorities as to when the government mieht: he able to get back lo it, said Mr. Lang. Tlie ministers spoke at a news conference after a meeting of Ihe Prairie Liberal parliamen- tan' caucus. The stabilization plan would storage payments on wheat in created a fund, wilh con- [excess of 176 million bushels at Iribntions from producers and the n'd of Ihe crop year, government, from which pay- i The reserves act was to have a mistake on your Income Tax return It lika taking a wrong lum; you r.cvor know where you'll end up. Till: year go straight la H R BLOCK for guaranteed accurala ttrvicn. Don't and up lost J' on your return, lei H 1 K BLOCK put you on Easy i' .Sireet. I We guaranln Kcuriltt (ivory lax rnlum. I If wo make any errors that cost you any ponally or In- we will pay only Illtl penilty or inlerect. BLOCK CO. Cjnada'i Laioeil Service Wilh Over 6000 Ollicei In Hoilh Amend 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Wcokdoyi, 9-5 Snturdqy Phono 327-3712 APPOINTMENT NECESSARY. Molhcrwell postponed. Division II Crcaehin I St. Mirren 2 Clyclehnnk 3 Alba I E Siirling 4 Albion I Forfar 0 Queen of S 0 Hamilton 1 Arbnirith 1 Kailh .1 Benvick I Steiihousemuir 0 Dumbarton .SlirljnD 1 Monb'O.SL- 2 "11SM i menLs would he made 1 over-all farm receipts from i grain sales fell below a thrcc- year average. i It was withdrawn after bog- ging down in Ihe last i year. 'The concept was a good j our." llr. Olson said FV'iou'hpre on Uie farm front i Friday. Ihe Canadian wheat hoard announced a bct.tcr-lhan- IcxpiTlcd fin.il p.iyraonl averag- inrt in1 z cents a bushel for the '179 million bushels of wheat do- dation for the Advancement of j Ards Dislillco' 1 Pharmacy awarded him a cer- j Ballymcna 2 fllcnavon lificate of honor for outstand- ing service. Funeral service Is to be held i Monday. C'ruscders 1 Colo-nine 0 Dcrry (Jlontoran 2 Linficld :i Hangor o I'orl.iflmm ,1 Clii'tonvillc I) EVANGELISTIC MEETINGS 5th Avenue anu 18th Street North INVITES YOU TO HDAB REV. CARSON MITCHELL of CALGARY Preaching from God's Holy Word Nightly at p.m. Monday thru Friday February 14 to 18 Wednesday Is "HONOR THE CITY COUNCIL NIGHT" EVERYONE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND EACH SERVICE in tlio riT-p year nhirh ended last July .11. It lo- S74.4 million. pnymenl-s, on 10p of the initial price ji produced was pnirl when hr delivered his wheat to a country elcvalor. uhcn been scrapped if the stabiliza- tion hill had been approved. There will be no final pay- ment for 1970 71 barley for xvhich returns failed lo cover the wheat board's operating j rosLs. The SlO.fl-million deficit in the barley pool will made up j by Ihf federal treasury. Including inilial and final pay- ments, tolal return on Xo. 1 Ntirihcni for Sl.r.7. up 10 cents from the previous year. For N'o. -i Northern it was up 20 cents. Thr fiffurcs are bs.srd nn wheat storage at the Thunder Ray, Onl., terminals and do not represent the amount actually received by the producer, who has to pay freight and elevator PERLUX DRY CLEANING SALE SALE CONTINUES I J Spring or Summer I f l7 (tight and Mod.) (Plain) SWEATERS SKIRTS PANTS or SLACKS PERLUX CLEANERS 5th SI. S. FREE PICK-UP Phono 327-3664 HOPPER-MATIC TANK Features: SUPERSTRONG BULK FEEDER FREE-FLOW DESIGN SEALS OUT: MOISTURE RODENTS INSECTS BEHLEN GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES P.O. BOX 1202 COUTTS HIGHWAY LETHBRIDGE 328.1141 OFFICIAL AS OF TOI1AV COUHTICSV OF Highway 2, Carway to Card- ston, long icy patches. Cardston to Nanton is mostly bare. Highway 3, Grassy Lake lo Pincher Creek is bare. Pincher Creek to miles east of Ihe. B.C. border ,mainly bare with short icy palchcs. The remaind- er lo (he border is ice covered. i There is some, drifling snow re- j ported in Ihe Furl Maclrod. i'inchcr Creek nnd Crows Nrst Pass areas. Highway 5, Lelhbndge lo Mountain View is moslly bare. Mountain View to Walerton is mainly bare with shorl icy patches. Highway G, Pincher Creek lo Watcrton moslly covered with packed snow and ice. All other highways in Hie Lclhbridgi! dislrict are bare ex- cept for drifling snow on high- ways and Highway 3. Trans Canada Highway, Calgary lo Banff mainly bare In lire driving lanes wilh a few slippery sec- tions, and some drifling snow in the Morley rials nras, Banff- Hevelsloke has occasional slip- pcry sections nnd is in good winler driving condiinn. Banff-Radium n-id Banff-Jas- per highways are reported to be in good winter condition. POUTS OK ENTItY (Opening nnd Hosing Tlmrsji CoullJ 21 hours; Carway !i a.m. lo Ii p.m.; Del llonila it .m. lo fl p.m.; Kooseville, B.C. a.m. (o r> p.m.; Kingsgalc, 21 hours; Porthill Rykcrls It a.m. lo midnight. Chief Mountain closed. IWUdhorse, 8 a.m. lo 5 p.m.