Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THE IETHBRI0GE HER AID Friday, February 1'. F Nixon-Mao conference site may be resort city HONOLULU (AP) Presi-1 much as Nixon imrl Premier I Nixon is likely lo meet L'hairrnan Mao Tsc-lung in the picturesque Chinese resort city of Ilaugchow. U.S. sources said this seemed a logical site for a Nixon-Mao conference since Ilaugchow, the nexUo-last slop on Uie presi- dent's China itinerary, is a fa- vored retreat of Hie 78-year-old Communist leader. A Hangcliow meeting would further underscore the apparent poliiJL-al eclipse of Mao inas- Cliou En-lai arc expected lo dis- pose of serious negotiations in Peking hefore the president sees IJnngchow. The president and Mrs. Nixon, ivho arrived here Thursday aft- ernoon after a 10-hour flight from Washington, will remain in Hawaii until Saturday otter- noon. Then they fly to Guam for an overnight stay be- fore proceeding to Shanghai and Peking. A major reason for Ihe Ha- Radio., TV service on despite SMILES AT HAWAII President and Mrs. Nixon worn these brocd smiles and leis today after their Spirit of 76 landed at Kaneoha Marine Air Station. The Nixons will stay in Hawaii for Iwo days before emplaning again for China. (AP Wirepholo) Grain shipping worry VANCOUVER (CP) Van- couver port officials and Prairie wheat growers expressed alarm Thursday over the backlog of ships In the horbor wailing for stalled shipments of wheat. The grain, moved to the port by rail, was stalled hy snow- can said 31 ships are to harbor waiting for 22 million bushels of wheat, with only eight million bushels in porlside grain eleva- tors. The Canadian wheat board By THE CANADIAN PRESS Radio and television service was maintained today by the .BC despite a strike of 900 tech- nicians in five cities that was supported by announcers and news writers. The technicians, members of he National Association of Broadcast Employees and Tech- u'ciar.s, were off the job today n Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax, Calgary and Vancouver as part of their continuing campaign of rotating strikes against the CBC which started Jan. 22. A CBC spokesman in Toronto today programming was on schedule, including live news broadcasts. Thursday, the cor- poration was forced to cancel its plans for live coverage of the opening of Parliament. In addi- tion, several radio newscasts were abbreviated after mem- bers of the Canadian Wire Serv- ice Guild refused.to cross picket linvo. Pickets -were out again today and guild members still refused to cross, but the CBC patched its service, using management and supervisory personnel. About 400 pickets on Parlia- ment Hill Thursday kept the publicly-owned corporation from broadcasting or televising the speech from the throne for the first time in 17 years. The independent CTV network had planned to pick up a feed of sforms in January which cut! couver, but only IwO cars ar- had hoped to have 300 rail can of grain arriving daily at Van- rait links, and a strike of Van- couver railway engineers two weeks ago. Acting port manager Bill Dun- Uie opening from CJOH-TV in Ottawa, but the local station's camera also refused to cross the picket line. Prime Minister Trudeau and Conservative Leader Robert Stfinfield went through the line. NDP Leader David Lev-is also crossed after the union invited nim. The union seeks a shorter work week of four nine-hour days instead of the present 40- hour week, and unqualified job security. It also wants 12.8 per cent more pay, retroactive to last July and an additional 7.8 per cent in 1973. Present lop rate for a techni- cian is a week. A concilia- tion board recommended the government pay an increase of six per cent retroactive to last July and an additional 4.5 per cent next July in a 21-monti contract. Alberta in Oil energy policies appointed mines and CALGARY (CP) Donald Macdonald, newly minister of energy resources, said Thursday the federal government will con- sult Alberta before major changes in national energy pol- icy. The consultation would In- clude all energy matters af- fecting the province, he said, but would not extend to allow- int provincial observers ct fed- eral energy talks. Earlier. Mr. Macrionald met with Premier Peler Lougheed and Alberta Mines and Miner- als Minisler. Bill Dickie. The Alberta government ask- ed for a voice in national ener- gy decisions, particularly those involving its Petroleum, after the national energy board ruled that Canada did not have suf- ficient reserves of natural gas to increase exports. Mr. Macdonald also discount- rived Thursday, Ihe brst show- ing yet, said 3Ir. Duncan. "We cleared two ships Thurs- day, but two more empties ar- he said. TALKING TO UNIONS Norman Ralkie, the wheat b o a r d 's Vancouver assistant manager, said talks were under way with union leaders over Ihe possibility of extending the work week for grain handlers to seven days. Although exports are ahead o! last year, the wheat board ex- pects to be 24 million bushels its target by the end of this month. Walter Nelson, president of the Palliscr Wheat Growers As- sociation of Regina, said the government was running a "Mickey Mouse operation." There were not enough facili- ties to handle grain shipments, he said, with the main problem being the few rail lines between the Prairies and Vancouver. Mr. Nelson, in Vancouver to attempt to speed up the ship- ments, said lie was hoping to clear up the problem not just for this year, but for the future. Queen involved in car crash wail stopover was lo allow the to adjust gradually lo he physical and psychological effects of travelling at jctepecd hrough time zones. The Nixons lew through fives time zones Thursday. Several thousand persons, some waving "Aloha" banners, jreeled the president and Mrs. S'ixon at Kaneohe Marine Air Station on lire northeast shore o[ Oahu. The Nixons stayed at the 17- room home of Big.-Gen. Victor Armstrong, a brigade com- mander. The spacious frame dwelling in tlie Kanohe base sits on a hilltop and commands a spectacular view of the Pa- cific. At Hie White House before de- parture Thursday, Nixon again cautioned against expecting too much from the trip. "We, of course, are under no Illusions that 20 years of hostil- ity between the People's lic of China and the United States of America are going to be swept away by one week of E that we will have there 'What we must do is to find a way to see that we can have dif- ferences without being enemies in v.-ar." Youth given break in court error EDMONTON (CP) A Judge suspended tence of the two-year sen 17-year-old youth Man wanted in bombing arrested OTTAWA (CP) Karleton Lewis Armstrong, wanted by the FBI in a fatal bombing on the University of Wisconsin campus in August, 1970, has been arrested in Toronto by the RCMP. The RCMP said Thursday Armstrong was arrested Wednesday and is being held for an immigration inquiry. Armstrong is one of four Americans wanted in the bomb- ing at Madison, Wis., Aug. 24, 1970. It is not known whether the other three now are in Can- ada, but two were spotted in Pe- terborough, OnL, Sept. 3, 1970. The other three are Dwight Alan Armstrong, 20, brother of Karleton and a qualified pilot; Sales Thursday to make up for wha he called "bungling" by the British Columbia courts. District Court Judge R. H Belzil said that if Kenneth An derson of Edmonton hadn't been held for eight months in Van couver jail without ever being convicted, he wouldn't have sus- pended his sentence on two charges of car theft. "I feel the legal system as a whole should make some amends to said the judge. Court was told Anderson went to B.C. last summer and was charged with a similar offence and spent eight months in jail awaiting action on the charge. Defence counsel Ron Eerger read a letter from a Vancouver lawyer saying that the Crown in B.C. had dropped the charge. MEDICINE HAT (CP) 0 p p o s i lion Leader Harry Strom says he expects "some form of sales tax for Alberta" will be implemented soon be- cause of the way provincial ex- penditures are increasing. Because of these Increases, Alberta will have to look for new sources of revenue, the former premier said In an in- terview. Alberta is the only province in Canada without a provincial sales tax. Mr. Strom said that although Premier Peter Lougheed has stated there would be no "g eral" sales tax in Alberta "the premier has not defined the term 'general' and I can only assume that lie will be forced to levy some form of sales tax for the province during the ses- sion which begins March 2. Govl. rerpiesls analysis of snow removal CALGARY (CP) Edmon- ton, Red Deer and Calgary will Leo Frederick Burt, 23, of from city streets and dump Park camp grounds to be probed EDMONTON (CP) A two- man team will investigate the conditions of camp grounds in Alberta's four national parks. Head of the team is Dr, George Lcsko, a research scientist for the Canadian for- estry service. The study wil be'required "to "supply "'anal-1 take five years to complete ysis of Ihe snow they remove SINGAPORE (Router) Tlie j Queen was involved in a minor I car crash today when her green ccl reports the energy board Rolls-Royce hit a stone post on would move its offices to Al-! roadside as it was l-.irninq berta from Oliaua. towards n block of apartments. "There is no intention ot Tn0 Queen, on the first day ol moving inn NTB offices any-1 nf.r Uirc-e-day stale visit lo Sing- where at this lime." j apDrc prince Philip and Princess Anne, was on her way I lo visit apartment dwellers i n Ta Payoh, a satellite town uhich is a showpiece in Singa- pore's ambitious urbanization program. Thn. car. which oolongs to mll- Darby. Pa., and David Sylvan Fine 19, Wilmington, Del. A reward of for infor- mation leading to their arrest and conviction is payable in Canada, Ihe RCMP said. The four face charges of first-degree murder, sabotage, destruction of government prop- erty and conspiracy. Day of prayer WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Nixon has signed a procla- mation marking Sunday, Feb. 20, tlie date of his arrival in Pe- king, as a National Day of Prayer. Nixon signed the pro- clamation Thursday ho departed on his trip to mainland China. lionaire Chinese film magnate Planc hijacker lo face trial CALGARY (CP) Paul Jo- seph Cini. charged with seven offences following the hijacking of an Air Canada jet Nov. 12, was committed Thursday for trial. Provincial Judge R. V. Read decided thorn was sufficient cvi- rtrnce to proceed with a trial into rivers, ister Bill Thursday. Environment Yurko announced I he and will start this summer a Banff's Tunnel Mountain Camp- ground Tlie study lias been commis sioncd by the federal govern- 1 SLAIN IN HOSPITAL These three children were stabbed to death by an Intruder In Ihe Victoria Hospital in Blackpool, England, Thursday. Left to right are Martin Lang- home, two; Deborah Carson, four, and Nicholas Scott, two. The killsr also wounded two nurses and injured another child. (AP Wirephoto) Doctor charged in stabbing death of three youngsters BLACKPOOL, England (AP) A Jordanian doctor from Je- rusalem was charged wrilh mur- j der today after slabbing three small children to death in their hospital cots. He was identified In court as Ahmad Alami, 32, an eye spe- cialist at Blackpool's Victoria Hospital where the children were slain as they slept. Alami was ordered hclrl in custody imlil another hearing in week's time. No explanation [or the attacks was given in the brief, formal hearing. A coroner's court on the kill- ings opened today and ad- journed until March 19 after for- mal evidence of identification of Deborah Ann Carson, 4, and two boys, Martin Langhome and Nicholas Scott, both aged two. Policeman suspended over riot VANCOUVER (CP) Mayor Tom Campbell s a id Thursday that one city police officer has been suspended and six others have been disci- plined a.s a result of the riot in the refurbished Gastwon water- front district last Aug. 7. Mr. Campbell said Police Chief John Fist has recom- mended that the suspended of- ficer, who was not named, be dismissed for alleged use of 'excessive force" during police moves to break up a crowd of 2.000 following a pro-marijuana demonstration. He said the six other officers have been punished or repri- manded, adding that the pun- ishments were "slight." The fate of Ihe suspended of- ficer will not be known until a special meeling of Ihe police commission is called. Two nurses and another child suffered serious knife wounds during the attack in the early hours of Thursday. Alami has been at the hospital since 1970. Authorities said he was mar- ried and his wife recently re- turned to Jordan. Police said a man appeared in the ward after midnight Wednesday night and demanded sleeping tablets. When he was questioned by a staff nurse, 19- year-old Dorothy Simpson, he plunged a knife into her chest, narrowly missing her heart. He also stabbed a 22-year-old student nurse, Christine Nultall, The children who died were stabbed repeatedly and the In- jured child was in critical condi- tion. The nurses, both seriously wounded, were said 1x> be im- proving. Flu runs coursa ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) A spokesman for the Communica- ble Disease Centre says Hong Kong flu may have run its course. Of the nine major re- porting areas in the United Stales, he said, only the Moun- tain and New England states listed increases in the number before entering the annex where I of deaths attributed to influ- five babies were sleeping. 1 enza, and Uiey were small. Weather and road report SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET 11 L Prc 35 in 3f, -21 35 13 -2 22 -9 29 16 X 13 41 35 .32 3d 33 Mr. Yurko said m.: must be filed wilh his depart-1 ment s naUonal jiavks branch, ment by June 30 and will pro- Dr- m "llel" vide an outb'ne of the quantity and quality of sand, salt and view Thursday thnt he and an assistant will seek guidelines for "rehabilitation and future maintenance procedures." other de-icers used on city streets. The cities have bron granted The men will survey areas m approval lo dump snow in the which "overuse, negligent hab- its of the public and misuse" Xorth Saskatchewan. Red Deer and Bow Rivers provided no toxic substances are included. The minister reported Thursday that the level of dis- solved oxygen in (lie Red Deer River downstream from !hc city was 1.9 parts per million January, well below the ac- ecpted slandnrd of five parts POT million. have taken away proper soil conditions for good vegetation. Dr. Ijesko said it is possible that some campgrounds may have to ba closed for several years to facilitate rehabilila- tion. "S o in c campgrounds have Ixfn subject lo use for 23 he said. 3.000 summer jobs in Europe OTTAWA (CP) About summer jobs in Europe lire available to college and univer- sily students applying at cam- pus employment centres or manpower department offices. Tlie department announced Thursday that applications for such jobs, ranging in duration from six weeks to three months, should be completed, as soon as possible to allow ar- rangements to be made with the foreign employers. Jobs r.re abailable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Fimlland, France, Germany, the Nether- lands. Norway, Sweden, Switz- erland and tlie United King- dom. A department survey of half the sludciiL parlicipanls in last yf'ir's overseas employ- ment program showed 77 per cent satisfied with the experi- ence. Lctlibriilge Pinchcr Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton......2J Grande Prairie Banff....... Calgary..... Victoria Penticlon Prince Genrge Kamloops........3-1 Vancouver.......43 Saskatoon.......18 Regina..........16 Winnipeg........21 Toronto.........30 Ottawa.........15 Montreal .........16 St. John's.......3G Halifa-X..........23 Charlottelown Frcdencton Chicago New York Miami Los Angeles Phoenix Honolulu Rome....... Paris 33 27 2-4 30 -13 -9 -9 24 4 5 13 13 22 B 24 5 49 2.1 3-1 30 84 C7 1 71 53 76 46 77 64 39 61 43 48 London.........41 46 Berlin...........J! 37 Amsterdam ......3G 4G Moscow.........10 19 Stockholm.......31 37 Tokyo 43 64 FORECAST: Lcthhridge Medicine Hat Calgary Today: Mainly sunny. Winds W20 and gusty, near the mountains. Highs 30- 35 above. Lows near 20. Sat urday: Cloudy periods with little change in temperature. Columbia Kootcnay Today: Snow. Saturday mainly cloudy wilh a few snowflurries. Higha both days 30 to 35. Lows to- night 25 lo 30. Montana East of Conllnen- lal Divide Partly cloudy to- day through Saturday with scattered showers western mountains Saturday. Wanner both days. Highs today 35 to 45. Lows tonight 25 to 35 west and south 10 to 20 northeast. Highs Safnrday 40s. IVr.sl of Continental Divide Scattered rain or snow showers today. Warmer both dayg. Higlis today 35 to 45. Lows to- night 25 to 35. Highs Saturday 40s. Riimme Shaw, took Ihe blow be- i aflor presiding over a prelimi- twcon the rear fonder and rrar floor, on the side when; the I Queen wa.s silling. Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat ma1- in this l oiav, n liltlo. J mill OI1U si'-" iiii; f.ji, rrflii' hr.mi? r.u-.' oun.rU. Il.'s r. nl nil anil rosl ik lo (in l.o 1'our Lhi.-i inl tlr nml mill rnoiirjh KniiirlniiL jnli-c to III! I hi! Imlllo. Tnki; Iwo l.ililrMpoon.sful twice n ihiy nri-ili-ij nnil follow tbo N.-i'nii Kv.lun.ii; Him. If your [irM piirdiii.'U' iloOR not fthow you n sinipli- r.isy lii louti bulky fat nnd help regain lft pouml.'i and inrlv.'s r.u-.'sa dnn'l ili.vippf.-ir from nrma, nbilnmcn, hipn, nnklrs iutt ri'Inrn Ihr. rmplv bnl.Hi! for vour monrv VlMlrH fn. (lorncfl hy mnny who hrtva Irlcd Iliin plnn nnil hrlp hrinft bnrk nl- liirind curvra and KrnccCtil slrmlrrnrsa. Nolc how iiuirlllv out ho rli better youthful feel. Mom iilivc, DOuiuiu tnd nary hearing which began Jan. 20. The hearing was delayed I lure times us strikes in the air travel industry prevented wit- nesses from appearing. A defence request wan by judge read prohihit- iiiR Uie publication of evidence at tho hearing. CroTrn Prosecutor Paul riinimka ssid Cini, 27, of Cal- pnry, will appear frrr aiTnign- mrnt In AlhcrtR Supreme Court Feb. 211 when a trial dnlo will likely bo sot. Tim hijacking occurred on n flight from Vancouver lo To- ronto, Included two landings at fireat Tails, Mont... and cjimc lo nn end when tho DC-D crew overpowered Urn hijacker fls Ihe nlana va.i niurnina to Calgary, lethbridge Chamber of Commerce ANNUAL DINNER WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd 7 p.m. EL RANCHO CONVENTION CENTRE Guesl Speaker HON. PETER LOUGHEED PREMIER OF ALBERTA COST PER PERSON Ticlcctt availablo ot Loiilor'i Music Lid. and from Iho Cliombor of Commerts OFF Behlen 20 gauge sleel building complete wilh end walls, anchor bolts, sleel base plate and large doubls sliding doors (24'w x See us about this Behlon Sleel Building and its special price. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutls Highway Box 1202 lethbridgn 328-1141 OFFICIAL A.S OF A.M. TODAY COUHTICSY OF ASIA Highuay 2, Nanlon to Park- land is pnrtly covered with ice bill, the wheel tracks are bare. Parkland to Oardston is bare. Cardslon to Cnnvay has short icy sections. Highway 3 west, in flic Crowsnesl Lake area there is n two-mile section of Ice. Ilirhway 0 south of Pinchcr Creek lias short icy patches. All rilhrr highways in the Lclhhridgp district nre bare r.r.d in good winler driving con- dilion. Highway 1, Ca'gary lo Banff Is ui good condition wilh occa- sional slippery sections. Banff lo Golden has some snow, is plowed and sand- ed. Golden lo Rr-vclslokc has ro- ceivcd two incht-s of new snow and has n few slippery sections. lUnvrviT. it b'us been plowed nnd sanded. The Hniiff-Hndium highiva.v is in giod cnndilnn wilh a few slippery 'IT? nriff-.IavKT Ivgliway is iiKrriivlrly. POUTS OF ENTRY (Opening nml Closing Cmills M hours: Carway 9 n.m. lo li p.m.; Del lionila 9 .m. lo (1 p.m.; llooscville, B.C. fl n.m. to fl p.m.; Kingrs.itc, H.C., 21 hours; Porthill Rykcrl.i II n.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain closed. Wtklhorsc, 8 a.m. to S p.m.