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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THI IITHUIDOI HttMO Monday, 11. 1WI Quebec NDP wing vote to quit provincial action MONTREAL (CP) The uebec wing of the New Demo-ratie Party rained through series of social and legal re-orm proposals at a and voted to puu out of provincial politics. But this acivity was overshadowed when most of the 200 delegate! approved a proposal Sullivan's 'really big show9 victim of TV squeeze pull I to recognize Quebec's to decide its own future. The resolution, to come be- fore the national convention in April, read: "Quebec has an abv..ute right to self-determination, that is, to decide for Harif the degree of sovereignty which suits it in all fields. Raymond LaBberte, wla> was elected party president to suc- ceed Roland Morin, said in an NEW YORK (AP) After 23 ,-ears, virtually from the birth >f television itself, the end ap- to be at hand for Ed Sulli- ran's "really big show." All signs indicate that televi- sion's longest-running irhen he began in June, 1948, CBS had only five stations stretching from Boston to Balti- more-will be cancelled at the end of this season. It goes into reruns in April, the earliest it has ever done so. "We haven't picked up Ed's option for next year, but that also goes for 75 of our other said Hobert D. Wood, president of the CBS television network. S u 11 i v a n's producer, Bob Precht, who also is his son-in- law, said: "Ed's not ready to retire. We've discussed changes in the show with CBS, but we also have feelers out to the other networks and we're looking into syndication." Sullivan's show may fall vic- tim to a four-way squeeze: Tele- vision is experiencing its worst economic slump; the networks must give up 3% hours of prime time a week next fall; changing public tastes have toppled his show from the top of the rat- ings; and CBS apparently is going to cast off more of Its older shows to aim for younger audiences. FINDS NEW STARS Two unknowns, Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin, got their break on his fust show. Since then, the show has been the of stars, including-------------- Lucille Ball, Jackie Gleason, Carol Burnett, Harry Belafonte, Sammy Davis Jr., Maria Callas, Elvis Presley, the Beatles, Bar- mi Streisand and Joan Rivers. Attacks stall drive planned to form with the separatist Parti Que- becois. Laliberte, a strong Quebec nationalist and former presi dent of the Quebec Teachers Corporation, said the Quebec NDP would try to present "solution which is accepable to tie largest part of the pop- ulation possible." LAXER AGREES James Laxer, federal leader- ship candidate of the radical Waffle group, said he agreed with the resolutions. Frank Howard, member of Parliament for Skeena, said he was "not favorably disposed to setting out special constitu- tional jurisdiction and legisla- tive authority for any single geographical political unit within Canada." He said a resolution on Quebec's right to separate was Warning system goofs and because such a resolution would "give tacit backing to those in Quebec who want to separate, David Lewis, deputy leader of the party, raised the prob- lem of reaction in English-Can- ada as he attacked the resolu- tion. Oil tanker shipments protested DOUGLAS, B.C. (CP) About persons from Can- ada and the United States met at the Peace Arch on the In- ternational Border here Sun- day to protest the proposed use of tankers to transport oi! along the west coast and into Puget Sound. New Democratic MP Barry Mather of Surrey called upon B.C. MPs to form a committee to protest the tanker shipment plans by the Atlantic Hichfield Oil Company to a refinery at Cherry Point, Wash. He said MPs should press Prime Minister Trudeau and President Nixon to discuss the proposal. A group of about 100 young persons played drums and chanted "storm the border" but got no response and later dis- persed. Police from both sides of the border watched the demonstra- tion. Douglas is about 30 miles south of Vancouver. SAIGON (AP) More heavy North Vietnamese attacks stalled the south Vietnamese drive into Laos today for the fifth successive day. Forward elements of Saigon's force were still only 17% miles from the border they crossed two weeks ago. Military sources said the campaign also had not achieved its objective, to cut the flow of Communist supplies down the Ho CM Minn trail. Instead, these sources said, the North Vietnamese bad doubled the truck traffic, from to about "movers" a day, and: diverted them to the west to routes beyond the South' Viet- namese advance. Hotel robbery nets VOICE DISAPPROVAL Thii was the In London's Trafalgar Square Sunday afternoon, when thousand, of Trade. Unionist, gathered in a huge demonstration, organized by the Trade Union (TUC) to protest against the government, Indut- trial Relations Bill. Blackchildren foster homes objective of student group SMITH (CP) Police are investigating a robbery from a hotel here. Hotel man- ager Kenneth Stevenson said he was putting the receipts in the hotel safe when he was struck on the head from be- hind. Killer pottery jugs traced to B.C. store VANCOUVER (CP) Part of a shipment of Italian pottery jugs containing dangerous amounts of lead has been traced to British Columbia. The consumer affairs depart- ment has warned that the lead could cause serious illness and even death if absorbed into food and beverages and ingested over an extended period of time. Samples of the pottery dis- covered locally were purchased last December from a store in Abbotsford. A Toronto firm, Holt Howard Canada says it distributed 360 of the jugs to Canadian stores. The pieces picked up h e r e have the word "Italy" and the initials stamped on the base. They have green leaf de- signs handpainted on a beige background. CEYLON'S AREA The area of Ceylon is square miles. TORONTO (CP) A week- end conference of Canadian black students passed a resolu- tion to form an organization to find black foster homes for black children without parents, a conference spokesman said Sunday. Rocky Jones, a conference or- ganizer, told a news conference the resolution was passed be- cause "there is no reason why black children should be to see their needs were white foster homes." White reporters had been barred from the three-day con- ference, and Mr. Jones said he would comment only on resolu- tions that directly affected the white community. He said another resolution called on the black community to help black students in their education and follow their prog- Alberta doctor refuses meeting on controversy served. Mr. Jones said other resolu- tions included: condemning Emperor HaMe Selassie of Ethiopia for what the conference termed the massacre of Ethiopian students and peasants; recommending that black countries in the Common- wealth withdraw and form their own organization. "We would like to see the whites and Europeans out of Af- rica and have all the blacks throughout the world unite and move there and have one black Mr. Jones added. WASHINGTON (AP) the White House demanding an explanation of a weekend foul- up, the itefene department and the Federal Communications Commission both say they will take a closer look at the way thegovernment wtros the United States against nuclear The announcements Sunday came only hours before the emergOKy broadcast warning system malfunctioned for the second day In a row. The system, directed by the North American Air Defence Command inside Cheyenne Mountain near Colorado Springs, Ooto., fatted Satur- day when a technician inserted the wrong teletype tape into the broadcast wires of The Asso- ciated Press and United Press International. The tape sent would have notified broadcasters NORAD was testing the system Instead, it said the presided had directed a notification of emergency action, that all nor mal broadcasting was to stop immediately, and that broad casters were to transmit the warning. The system failed again Sun- day when NORAD was unable to take over control of The As- sociated Press teletype wires because of a technical failure The test was transmitted as usual over the UPI circuit. CAUSE NOT KNOWN A subsequent test over the A lines Sunday night worked Technicians from NORAD, the telephone company and The AT said the cause of the earlier failure was unknown. An investigation into Satur- day's false alert was requestod by the White House. A spokes- man said Sunday "those respon sible at NORAD will see that does not happen again." Saturday's erroneous alert re- mained' in effect 18 minutes a though many stations da a shut down. Some stations di not see the teletype messa and others doubted its authen- ticity, an AP poll showd. Defence Secretary Mdvi Laird said he has Wkrt for report on the false alert and Commissioner Robert ells said the FCC and the taal industrial advisory com- mittee of broadcasters and wire services will evaluate industry response to the error. "We will see why the stations id ot did not go off the ells said. VANCOUVER (CP) The Province eays Dr. Rudy Re- gehr, formerly of Clearwater, in the British Columbia in- terior, has refused a request to FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE! Atlantic crossing hero dies from heart attack UNION CITY, Pa. (AP) Five and a half years ago, Rob- ert Manry stepped ashore at Falmouth, England, after cross- ing the Atlantic alone in his tiny sailboat Tinkerbelle. He knelt to kiss the soil while thousands cheered, church bells rang and ship sirens wailed. His historic 78-day crossing aboard the boat had Every Tuesday Evening FAMILY NIGHT at the TOWN CHEF! FEATURING: SPECIAL STEAK DINNER Soup du iour, tossed salad, dinner roll on toast (plain or fried onions, baked potato, asparagus tips, coffee, tea or small milk. AND A Grilled Top Sirloin Steak I 4-oz.-2.15 6-oi.-2.50 8-oz.-2.85 12-01-3.60 l6-oz.-4.20 24-oz.-5.7S THE parked the imagination of arm- lair adventurers around the orld. Sunday night Manry died fter suffering a heart attack vhile riding in a car with his rife of four months. He was 52. Manry was fulfilling a child- ood dream when he left his job s a copy editor at the Cleve- and Plain Dealer at the age of 7 and set sail from a deserted ier at Falmouth, Mass. He was bothered by big waves -some 20 feet high, three feet bove his mast. Six times he swept overboard. A lifeline saved him. Thousands lined every van- ..age point of the Cornish coast as Manry entered the Falmouth larbor with Tinkerbelle. He was not prepared for the acclaim. He had expected to re- am to his copy editor's job, but wound up on a speaking tour. He also wrote a best-selling book about the voyage. His first wife, Virginia, died in May, 1969, in a traffic acci- dent. They had two children. Post office contracts set "Quality Dining at Reasonable Prices" DOWNSTAIRS-PROFESSIONAL BIDG. Moon rocks pose new mystery HOUSTON (Reuter) Space agency scientists have reported a surprise finding with the Apollo 14 moon rocks: some ol them look as though they had been freshly chiBped from larger rocks. Unlike the smooth rocks brought back from two previous Apollo missions to the moon's surface, these have sharp an- gles and facets of "fracture faces" that show no erosion at all Dr. Paul W. Gast, chief of the planetary and earth sciences di vision at the Manned Spacecraf Centre here, told reporter, "there is no and if a rock was broken "again in the lab, you would see an other face just like that." Scientists said the rocks extremely hard, and Gast ven tured "a seat-of-the-pants type guess" that they had been bro ken within the last few million or even tie last thousands o years. This would, in lunar terms, b a very recent event and pose new mystery for the scientist trying to piece together the evi lution and d e v e 1 o p m e n t earth's barren, sterile neighbo. eet with B.C. Health Minister alph Loffmark to discuss a ospital controversy involving th men. The newspaper says in an in- terview from Pincher Creek, ta. where Dr. Regehr now that a telephone re- uest was made Friday from ctoria and the doctor de- ded against a meeting. Mr. Loffmark has been ac- in the legislature by Lib- eral MLA Barry Clark of north ancouver of lying when he enied ever having questioned Or. Regehr's medical compe- ency or right to practice in .C. Dr. -Eegehr left Clearwater several weeks ago after a long ontroversy and failure of the overnment to give permission or a hospital facility in the community of about 80 miles north of Kamloops. Dr. Eegehr, the town's only octor, said he could not work vithout a hospital and left for Mberta. Meanwhile on Sunday, John [arwood, chairman of the Jlearwater hospital board, said )r. Charles Gossen of Vancou- ver telephoned him Thursday o say he was interested in set- ing up a practice in the Dr. Gossen, a member of the Social Credit Party in Mr. joffmark's Vancouver South constituency, flew to Pincher 2reek last week to speak to Regehr. Police gunned down Snowmobile over 500-foot cliff PRINCETON, B.C. (CP) Raymond Johnson, 40, of Prin- ceton was in good condition in Knpltal here after he ran over 600-foot cliff in a snowmobile unday, fell 30 feet and was ept from falling to his death by jutting tree.. Police said he was riding with other snowmobilere on Agate fountain, about six miles south- east of Princeton in the south- rn interior, when his macbim went over the cliff. The machine was demolished after falling about WO feet. Mr. fohnson's fall was broken by ths protruding tree, 'part of which pierced his abdomen. RCMP brought him out with the help of a Canadian Forces lelicopter. Infants die in blaze ENUJDA (CP) John Les- lie Ominyak, 3, and his month- old brother, Francis, died In a fire in their one-room frame home near this town 170 miles northwest of Edmonton. Police said the children's father, John Island, suffered minor burns in an unsuccess- ful rescue attempt. The moth- er, Alma Ominyak, escaped uninjured. Weather and road report 40 ABOVE ZEBO AT NOON SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET H LPre OTTAWA (CP) Contracts for the construction of four post offices in Alberta were an- nounced today by the public works department. Engineered Homes Ud., Ed- monton, was awarded to build post offices at Fort Ver- milion, Swan Hills and Days- l.nnd. Jlolzer Construction Ltd., Kdmonton, will receive for construction of a post office at Redwater. Build bridge of friendship says Sykes QUEBEC (CP) It is dif cult for English Canadiar to understand French Can dians because they are 2.000 miles apart, says Mayor Hod Sykes of Calcary. But "a bridge of understand- ing ami friendliness" cnn over- come the barrier of language, lie told reporters whi'e on a visit to the Quebec Winter Carnival. Mr. Sykes. met at the airport by Mayor Gilles LamontaRne nf Quebec, took nart in the carni- val's final weekend. The Quebec mayor announced the city has formed a group of businessmen to determine plans for exchanges between Calgary and Quebec, which were twinned about 10 years ago, _ NOW MOTHER Kalm- Tincta Horn, civil rights ad- vocate fnr Canadian Indians, has given birth to a seven- pound daughter. The baby, born Friday, has been named Kanawaherc, Mohawk for by Hie falling waters. Kanawahcre Is her first haliy. Miss Horn also sahi that like most Mohawk women she had no problems in llic delivery. By ASSOCIATED PRESS Seven policemen in five cities were shot and killed in incidents during the weekend. The police commissioner of Philadelphia blamed citizens "promoting an- archy" for the two killings there. The other deaths included a marshal and state trooper killed during a Shootout with two men in St. John, Ind.; an officer shot in a gunfight in Greenville, S.C., and a policeman killed by gun- fire from a passing car as he stood on a street in Miami, Fla. A policeman was killed in Sil- ver Springs, M.D., when a, fel- low officer's gun discharged during a struggle with a kidnap suspect. Philadelphia Police Commis- sioner Joseph F. O'Neill made his charge at a Sunday night news conference during which he identified two teen-agers who were arrested in one slaying. He said Anthony Hogan, 15. and Marvin Bullock, 18, Philadelphia, were charged with murder in the Saturday night killing of patrolman John Mc- Entee who was felled by two shots in the back of the neck. McEntee, 25, was slain as he sat in his patrol car writing a report. Five hours later Patrol- man Joseph Kelly, 45, was found in his patrol car. He had been shot twice with his own gun. Test vaccine for gonorrhea TORONTO (CP) A vaccine to prevent gonorrhea is being tested in the Ottawa laborator- ies of the Canadian Communica- ble Disease Centre, a medical researcher said in a weekend interview. Dr. Louis Greenberg, chief of the biologies control laborator- ies which developed the vac- cine, said results of the tests will be available in about two months. Lethbridge Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton..... Grande Prairie Banff......... Calgary....... Cranbrook Victoria....... Penticton...... Prince George Kamloops Vancouver S'askatoon...... Regina........ Toronto Ottawa Montreal...... St. John's..... Halifax....... Charlottetown 51 31 45 32 36 24 27 10 39 27 39 19 42 26 30 21 44 40 43 40 35 30 .09 37 29 46 41 24 13 20 6 21 3 30 22 ...25 16 .01 23 20 18 26 21 .02 .18 .03 .01 39 55 51 52 39 46 39 60 43 53 Fredericton..... 23 13 N'ew York.......48 35 Maimi..........74 71 Los Angeles.....61 47 Las Vegas.......57 Rome.......... 32 Paris.......... 39 London......... 41 Amsterdam Madrid..... Tokyo FORECAST: Lethbridge Calgary Sunny with brisk westerly winds today, highs 45-55. sunny Tuesday, lows 25, highs JW5. Medicine Hat Generally sunny today and Tuesday, highs 35-40 both days, winds W20 and gusty, lows near 20. Columbia Kootenay Today: Periods of snow, mixed with rain in southern districts. Tonight clearing periods. Tues- day sunny periods. Highs today and Tuesday 32-48. Lows to- night 25-28. USED TRACTOR SPECIAL MASSEY-HARRIS 97 TRACTOR WITH DUALS, NEW FEMCO CAB. DUAl HYDRAUUCS READY TO GDI See It today at: GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Wins derby THE PAS, John Calvert, of Tto mushed home in first place to win thn top prize in the world championship derby, part of tliis northwestern Mani- toba town's Annual Trappers' Festival. COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 327-3165 IETHBRIDGE, ALTA. P.O. BOX 1202 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA ceived 5 inches of new snow and has been plowed and sand- ed. Motorists are advised to watch for men and equipment working 4 miles west of tho sumit. E- nrd B-n-'f- 3 in 1 All highways in the Leth- bridge district are bare and in good winter driving condision. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, Calgary to Golden is bare with occasional slippery sections. Golden to is bare with sections r, a Creslon Salnio highway PORTS 0V ENTRY (Opening nncl Closing Coults U hours: Carway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. MST. Del Bonita 9 n.m. to 6 p.m.- Rooseville, B.C. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., 24 hours; Porthlll-RykcrU 8 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain closed. ;