Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
THI IETH8RIDGI HERAID lofurdoy, Pubruory 19, 1971. E O Long hair thank goodness is out! EDMONTON (CP) After nearly a decade of flowing manes on males, a reversal is beginning, say men's hair- stylists "Long hair for men Is com- pletely out said Alfred Werosta, manager of Interna lional Men's Hairstyles. "In Edmonton, the trend Is going to a blunt eul. medium length, about three indies all over the head for a full appear- ance. Sideburns are still In, but a bit shorter and trimmer." Mr. Werosta said he's happy about the change. "Long hair was no challenge. All you had to do was trim split ends and maybe give frizzy perms." Jerry Genesl of Jerry's A FIRST Sally Barnes, reporter for the Toronto Daily Star, raises a glass of champagne Friday after being rlertert president of the Ontario Legislature press j pallrry. It's the first lime j woman has hern named to the post. Correction MAGRATH (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dudley will celebrate their Golden Wedding at 7 p.m. Feb. 23 in the Mag- rath Cultural Hall and not Feb. 17 as indicated by an erroneous headline in Friday's paper. 'Leave him in VANCOUVER Pelton, a blind, 83-year-old for- mer lawyer, has been paroled after serving 14 months of a three-year sentence on charges of the'ft, fraud and conspiracy involving almost Parole officer Norman Lev! of the John Howard Society said Friday: paroled and that's all I'm saying. Leave him In peace! He doesn't deserve hounding." Pelton pleaded guilty In De- cember, 1970, to six counts In- volving theft from 47 estates administered by him. At the time he was sen- tenced, Pelton almost blind and was said to he suf- fering from a lung disease and R heart condition. He became diabetic and lost his sight after being Imprison ed at the Oakalla Correctional Centre In suburban Burnabv. He served most of his sentence in the centre's hospital Death penalty ousted SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A decision by the California State Supreme Court Hie death penalty Ls banned permanently from tiie stale regardless of any subsequent U.S. Supreme Court decision, Uie lawyer who suc- cessfully argued the question says. California's highest court ruled 6 to 1 Friday that capital punishment violates the state constitution's ban of cruel and unusual punishment and or- dered the dealh sentences of 102 men and five women reduced to life imprisonment. Among those affected are Sir- ban Biihara Sirhan, convicted assassin of Senator Robert F. Kennedy; Charles Manson, con- victed in the slayings of actress Sharon Tate and six others, and three female followers of Iilan- son. 35 Kainpgi-ounds EDMONTON" (CP) Kamp- grounds of America (Canada) Ltd. expects to increase its Ca- nadian campgrounds to about 35 from 12 this summer, James Sloan of Calgary, the com- pany's Canadian regional de- velopment manager, said Fri- day. Mr. Sloan snid this figure will include about eight camp- grounds in British Columbia, 17 in Ontario, five in the Man- times, five in Quebec and the rest of. the Prairies. The company has the largest system of fully- serviced family campgrounds in North America. LAST MAN Aaron Mit- chell, above, convicted for the killing of a policeman, was the last man to be exe- cuted in a California prison. Mitchell died In Uie San Quentin gas chamber In 1967. Now the California Snpremo Court has declared the death penalty unconstitutional and reduced the death sentences of 102 men and five women to life Imprisonment. CANADIAN SHOWS STRATFORD, Ont. (CP) The 1972 Stratford Festival will present four Canadian produc- tions at its Third Stage theatre. Gabriel Charpenfier's Orpheus, a contemporary chamber opera, opens the theatre's season July 11, followed July 19 by Die pre- miere production of Betty Jane Wylic's Mark. A new musical version of children's classic, Pinocchio, adapted by John Wood with music by Alan Laing, opens Aug. 2 and Murray vSchafer's chamber opera Patria II: Requiems for the Party-Girl has its premiere Aug. arber and Men's Hairstylists aid it is mostly the 18-to-30- ear-old group that is going to horter styles. Mora conservative business- icn had maintained shaped, groomed cuts anyway, he said. Doug Kleinfclder of the Hay- our Barber College said he so sees the demand for short- r cuts. VIorality squad 'can't do job' SENTENCED Bernadette Devlin, a member of Parlia- ment enters court In Belfast Friday for sentencing. Frank McManus, another member of the Parliament, was sen- tenced along with Miss Devlin. They received a six-month term in jail for defying a government ban on parades. They were set free on bail pending an appeal. At right is civil rights leader Aiden Corrigan. MONTREAL (CP) A high- fluking Montreal police officer aid Friday that recent changes ade by Police Chief Jacques aulnier ha.ve increased the pos- Dility of bribery and corruo- on In the city's morality squad. The officer, Deputy-Director Guay, was testifying at a uebec Police Commission in- uiry called to investigate Mr. jaiunier's conduct while he was ead of the morality squad in he 1960s. However most of Mr. Guay's estimony dealt with Mr. Saul- Tier's conduct as chief of the Montreal police department. Saulnier was appointed chief in May, 1971. Mr. Guay said the director's ecision to consolidate four divi- lonal morality squads into one group had eliminated many of forces that made bribery difficult in the past. "The system we used to have and still is the best and only way to cut down on corrup- Mr. Guay said. The deputy-director said that under the old system "it was mpossible and unthinkable for IB owner of a drinking estab- shment or a bawdy house or a aming house to pay protec- ion." Mr. Guay said that in reality here were five morality squads under the old at leadquarters under the direct responsibility of the director and one In each of the four divi- sion headquarters. The divisional squads, under tie command of the assistant chief inspector in each district, vere not limited in their opera- tions and could make raids in any part of the city. Elderly renters aided by Socreds RCMP signs will stay EDMONTON (CP) Switch Ing signs on RCMP cars and buildings to plain police will be brought lo a halt before long, Hu Harries, Liberal MP for Ed- monton-Stralhcona, said Fri- day. "I have just had a talk with Solicitor-General J e a n-Pierre Coyer and I believe he is con- vinced that the insignia means a great deal to the peo- ple of western Mr. Harries said in an interview. "I told him it was a silly, senseless move." The federal government has ordered all RCMP signs changed and seme of the new signs have appeared already. The move has raised ire in sev- eral areas of Alberta. VICTORIA (CP) Premier W. A. C. Bennett Friday moved to silence opposition members and critics within liis own party by introducing legisla- tion to provide a annual grant to tenants over 65. The Elderly Citizens Renters Act was introduced just before the B.C. Legislature ended its two week debate on the provin- cial budget. The government majority defeated the combined opposi- tion by e vote of 35-to-16 to adopt in principle the bil- lion budget and an additional S115 million in spending from special funds. The bill was greeted by crit- ics as a worthwhile step, hut one obviously designed to cor- rect an oversight in the budget brought Feb. 4. The budget contained e NOTJCE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 1972 RENTAL OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 1972 Equipment Rentol priorities by the City of tcthbridgo will be determined by City license rolhor than by Iho "Nolico of Registration" used in prior years. Trucken, Equipment Rental and Excavating Firms, and olhcr related businesses, may list their equipment available for rental at the Offico of the Engineering Director upon obtaining a Cily License. increase in the homeowne grant, bringing the total to and a further to home- owners over 65. Among Ihe Social Credi members who publicly cri icizcd the budget for the lac of financial assistance lo ten anla over 65 was Herb Capczz Mr. Capozzi said Friday th was not enough, but h added that it does amount recognition of the difficultie elderly renters are facing. Mr. Bennett said betwee and elderly peop wlw have been residents i B.C. for more than one yea will qualify for the new rcn ers's grant, which he estimate, will cost the provincial iiea sury an estimated million annually. India ready for talks Ali Bhutto told reporters h NEW DELHI (AP) The In-1 dated Feb. 14-the SBUW flat dian government announced that Pakistan President Zulfika today that it is prepared to have direct peace talks with Pakistan ''at any time, at any level and without any preconditions." Tlie declaration was contained in a letter sent to UN Secre- tary General Kurt Waldheim and released to the press here. It is the strongest public statement India has made about a possible peace conference be- tween the two countries, which fought a two-week war in De- cember that ended with the cre- ation of an independent, Inclian- suppfrrted Bangladesh In what was formerly East Pakistan. Coincidenlally, the letter planned lo meet Indian Prim Miiuster Indira Gandhi Bangladesh Prime M i n i s t e Sheik Mujlbur Rahman, Bhutto's statement did not specify he cuntcm plated a tripartite summit c separate talks with each leade. The Indian foreign ministry said at the lime that it had no yet received any such requcs for a summit meeting Iron Bhutto but it would give "du consideration" lo the suggestio when and if it is received. Sheik Mujib has said Pakisto must recognize Bangladesh b< fore he Mill meet Bhutto. PUBLIC MEETING ON OIL, GAS and COAL ROYALTIES Plan to attend Ihii important meeting on TUESDAY, FEB. 22 at 8 p.m. SVEN ERICKSEN'S RESTAURANT MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE IOWER FIOOR EVERYONE WELCOMEI The other day, one regular customer shocked me. He's a guy in his lato 30s, follows the latest trends and really went for the long mod look and even went so far as to get dye jobs lo look younger. "He c a m e in the other day and said 'Doug, I'd like it cut the way you used lo cut 11 before this long-haired busi- ness came in.' Mr. Guay said It was Uie knowledge of the five autono- mous groups that made it next to impossible for offenders to pay for police protection- He said he opposed Mr. Saul- nier's decision on June 8, 1971, lo cut the number of divisional morality squad officers from 39 to la, liberating some men for duty at Man and His World, the annual fair. The four morality durisions were re-organized into two, and I3ien into one squad at the end of July, leaving one consoli- dated divisional group and the headquarters squad. LOST CONTACT "The new divisional the deputy-director said, "can't do the same job. And It has lost its liaison with assistant chief inspectors in each division." Mr. Guay also criticized Mr. Saulnier's reduction of the num- ber of large-scale raids carried out in Montreal drinkiDg estab- lishments. Before Mr. Saulnier became director raids carried out on an inter-departmental scale had often turned up violations rang- ing from under-age drinking to fraud, he said. Tlie witness said Mr. Saulnier "must have been aware of the results of the but, from the start, he discouraged them. In 1963 Mr. Guay was an as- sistant cluef inspector, a post which made him superior to Mr. Saulnier, who was an inspector at the time. Mr. Guay was made a dep- uty-director in 1970 and was one of the 13 superior officers over- looked when Mr. Saulnier was promoted from inspector to director. Soccer results ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Chelsea 2 Leicester 1 Coventry 0 Wolvcrhampton 0 Derby 4 Notts F 0 Ipswich 0 Arsenal 1 Leeds 5 Man United 1 Liverpool 2 Sheffield I! 0 Man City 1 Huddcrsfield 0 Newcastle 0 Everton 0 Tottenham 2 Stoke 0 West Brom 3 Southampton 2 West Ham 1 Crystal P 1 Division II Birmingham 2 Barnsley 0 Blackpool 2 Fulham 1 Bristol C 2 Charlton 0 Cardiff 0 Norwich 0 Hull 3 Preston 2 Luton 1 Sunderland 2 Middlesbrough 2 Swindon 0 Millwall 2 Orient 1 Oxford 3 Carlisle 1 Portsmouth 1 Queen's PR 0 Sheffield W 2 Watford 1 Division HI Barnsley 0 Torquay 0 Blackburn I Aston Villa 1 Bollon 0 Bristol R 0 Bournemouth 1 Mansfield 1 Halifax 4 Wrexham 0 Notts C 2 York 2 Plymouth 1 Chesterfield 0 Rochdale 1 Swansea I 3 Brighton 5 Walfall 0 Rothorham 0 Tranmere 4 Bradford C 1 Shrewsbury 3 Brighton 5 Walsall 0 Rotheiiiam 0 Tranmere 4 Bradford C 1 Division IV Aldcrshot 2 Hsrllcpools 0 Barrow 2 Roulhciid 1 Brentford 0 Scunthorpc 3 Cambridge 0 Newport 1 Chester 2 Darlington 1 Crewe 2 Peterborough 0 Doncaster 2 S'outhport 1 Exeter 0 Reading 0 Gilling'nam 0 Colchester 2 Grimsby 4 Northampton 2 Lincoln 2 Bury 0 Workington 1 Stoclrport 1 Baking and business his field GRASSY LAKE Brooks, attending the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology at Calgary was a recent visito In the home of his mother Mrs. Sarah Brooks. Mr. Brooks is studying busi ness education and commer cial baking. Rotarians elect Scott RAYMOND (HNS) Bran don Scolt has been electee treasurer of Ihe Raymond Ro tary Club. A. I1'. Dnhl Is president, J. L Gibli is vice president and Tucker Ilironaka is secretary. "BATMAN AND ROBIN" Patrolmen Robert Hantz, lefl, and David Greenberg with some of the wea- pons they have captured during their work in Ihe York Police Department. The two men were promoted to the rank of detective Friday for their work in the rough Bedford-Stuyvesant lection of New York, where they hava made 600 arresti over a period of three years. Hanti ii known as "Robin" and Greenberg aj "Batman" for rheir capture of men out to kill them. Weather and road report SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET Lellibndge .......45 Medicine Hat Edmonton.......17 Calgary.......34 Pincher Creek 49 High Level.......-10 Peace River -II Jasper.........32 Banff...........37 Pentk-ton...... 40 Prinm; Goerge .31 Vancouver......53 Prince Albert (H North Battleford 07 Thompson......-13 North Bay.......25 Regina..........10 Winnipeg........07 Ottawa ..........22 Montreal .24 Quebec ..........J7 Mexico City.....W Honolulu........7.1 Rome...........61 Paris...........54 London 43 Amsterdam.....41 Madrid..........45 Moscow 21 Tokyo ............48 I, Prc .14 30 -1 07 32 -M .041 -14 05 .02 31 M 41 .15 -10 .02 20 .12 09 20 .04 17 14 41 62 57 37 39 34 36 IB 43 FORECASTS Lcthbricige-Mcdicinc Hat Today a few clouds. this afternoon W2ft and gusty- Highs to 45. Lows tonight near 25. Sunday, a few clouds. Tinning collier by late evening. Calgary Cloudy periods; lows tonight near 15' cloudy Sunday, turning colder. Coluuibin-Kootcnay Today, mainly cloudy and mild. Sun- clay, cloudy with periods of rain or wet snow. Highs today 35 to 40. laws tonight near 30, Higlis Sunday, mid-305. Montana East of Continen- tal Divide: Variable cloudiness today thitjugh Sunday with snowshowers over the moun- tains. Sunday. Southwest winds along the east slopes of the Rockies both days. Turning colder extreme north Sunday. Highs both days 40 to 55. Lows tonight 20 to 35. West of Continental Divide: Partly cloudy with areas of fog today and early tonight. Scat- tered showers late tonight In- creasing Sunday. Highs both days 35 to 45. Lows tonight 25 lo 33. iviie shot dead in gun battle with RCMP SACKVILLE, N.B. (CP) A second person has died follow- ing n gun battle wilh IICMP near here Friday nighl, RCMP said .lajnes All.in Mc- Carthy, 25, of Port Elgin, N.B. was pronounced dead in hospital in Halifax early today. Also dead is his 23-year-old wife Margaret .lean. She died Friday night aflcr McCarlliy and RCMP exchanged gunfire at Wood Point, about three miles east of here. McCarthy broke from the Westmorland County jail nt Dorchester, N.H., Friday aflcr- noon and accompanied by his wife stole n car. They made their way to m r t b 1 R i) d i near an RCMP spokesman said, police were fired on when they approached with the aid of a tracking dog. Efforts were under way today lo determine whether Mrs. McCarthy was killed by gunfire from Uie or by shots from a .22-calibre revolver held by McCarthy. Police said It has not boon determined wlicilier Mc- Carthy was shot by police or whofhor he shot himself. RCMP arc also attempting to determine where McCarthy got tire revolver. Ho was in Jail, awaltlnR trial In connection wilh nn Incident In early December nt Port. Elgin in which R man, his wife and their small cliild were held has- Ugo md robbed. BEHL BUY NOW Behlen 20 gouge steel building complete with end walls, anchor bolls, sleel base plate and large double sliding doors (24'w x See us about this Behlen Sleel Building and ils special price. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Couth Highway Box 1202 Lcthbridge 328-1M1 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF ASIA Highway 2, Nanlon to Park- land is partly covered with ice but the wheel tracks are bare. Parkland to Oardston is bare, Cardston lo Carway lias sliort Icy sections. Highway .1 west, in the Crowsncst Lake area Micro is a two-mils section of ice. Highway 6 south of Pincher Creek hns short icy patches. All other highways in flic Lcthbridge district are bare and in good winter driving con- dition. Highway 1, Calgary lo Banff Is in good condition with occa- sional slippery sections. Banff lo Golden has somo new sncnv, Is plowed and s-and- cd. Golden lo Rcvel.slokc has re- ceived two inches of new snow and has n few slippery seel ions. However, it has been plowed and sanded. The Banff-Radium highway is in good coiidilion with a few slippery sec-lions. The Banff-Jasper highway is closed inc'cfinilely. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closlt.fi Colitis 21 hours; Canvay 9 a.m. to fi p.m.; M lionila (1 .m. in 6 n.m Roosevillf, ll.C. a n.m. to (i p.m.; KinKsR.-ile, H.C., 24 hours; Porthill Ilykerts n.m. to midnight, Cliicf. Mountain closed. WUdborte, t a.m. to C p.m.