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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 3 THE IETHBRIDGE HEKAID F.iddy, February 25, 1971 less rab two -policemen OTTAWA 'CI" nraionilra-. tors at N 1! have made Ux'ir point ami further in- cidcnls will onK cau-o further hardships fir the uneniplcyeil there, a pmmimnil .-.pukc-HKi'i (old Ihe ('miniums imlav. Rav FiTi'WiliM. seciTliirv Ui Mim.slrr .Bncp Mackascy. kiln1 luld re- porters Iliat dcrnonstrations down (lie handling nf un- employment insui-niifo claims. Dcmonslrnlors T h u r s da y nppwl tho Inilli (lours off III? imemploymcm insurance mist-inn office at Baihursl and I smashed windnv in protest over delays in VIC benefit pay- Baihhurst's mayor asked New Brunswick jus'ice department for additional police protection Thursday in the wnkc cf a dem- onstration alleged de- lays in the p.iyment of uneiu-' ployment insurance benefits. Two police officers were shaken up and a demonstrator needed hospital Irraimenl for a leg injury as protestors broke down locked doors and smashed aficr congregating in p sub-zero ternperr.nires at the domilown Unemploymcnl fnsur- j ance Commission office. Mayor D. W. B. Orser told j the justice dopatincru he foil "a d d i t i o nal reinforcements" were needed to maintain order in the dry but I here was no word whether anything would! be done to bolster police j strength. i A crowd estimated by organ-i izcrs at about held a pre- j ?imuian- meeting Euthurst r.-llc'u'. some travelling up to liTi miles lo parlicipatc. and cilv HIM chief J. O'Neil said !.bnul "M continued on to Ihe I'll' office. The was I'vacuolcd the building lucked Morn the uriuip .1 r r i v e d. 1'olicc were slnnduig guard inside. "We were completely unpre- pared for what said Chief O'Ncil. They just went heserk." Ho said police had gone out of their way lo direct traffic as the demonslra'.ors marched through the lown and had expected a peaceful demonslr.ition. Additional RUMP were brought inlo this northern New Bruns- wick cily Thursday night to help preserve order in the wake of n clash between demonstrators and police oulsidc Ihe office o[ Urn federal Unemployment In- surancu Commission. They had little lo do early today' as the cily remained quiet. At (he same time Rev. Leger Comcau. rector of Bathurst Col- lege here, said college facilities no longer be available for public meetings in connection with the unemployment dispute. Some of Thursdays demonstra- tors met at the college before and afler the fracas. The col- lege lias been used for meetings for the last two weeks. Father Comcau said the facili- ties now are needed by students at the college. This development was seen in some quarters as a hopeful sign thai Ihe situation mil quiet don'it. reverses case EDMONTON (CP) The lull near the hotel where Mr. protection of vjcitmfi rticni-: Kosygin a guest, deinand- tarirs may pnliro offi- to ppe writ ten law prohibit- cers to order persons off public ing him from walking there property, an Alberta Supreme; and then pushed his way be- Ooini juslice said Tliureday. hvecn tiro officers, part of a Mr. JiiKlic II. teen underi tending of leaching piano and muiie inlerpretalion will be an inspiration to oil. Thg workshop will examine ihn Classical Sonnlat of and Booth oven for styling, phrnsing, inU-rprolalion and classification on the basis of ihp main musical and technical problcmi found th-.-mn Reqislrcition Fen, fHi rnnl-o chrnue nr ney no to Alberta find submit In ihr; Cullnr. ol Dr Rrmvh, Mth Floor, rtj Ed- DEPARTMENT OF CULTURE, YOUTH AND RECREATION HON. HORST A. SCHMID C. LES USHER MimOor Dnpuly Minliior CRANBROOK (Special) 1 Four-room Gordon Terrace Primary School, and Muriel Baxter Elementary eight-room extension sketch plans have been approved by Cranbrook School board- Detailed .sketches are next. These two projects had top I priority in December ple- biscite approval of S950.000 plant construction and im- provement program, nnd are also the two major items. Hopes are high for tall occu- patkra. In anticipation of Gordon Terrace school on the South Hill being reedy by Septem- ber, the board is advertising for a principal immediately and also is advertising for hvo vice-principalship elementary school vacancies coming up in September. Oil spills to be detected VANCOUVER (CP) Van- couver port officials are Irving ivhal they believe is a unique mcl.bod of preventing oil spils in the harbor. Marine superintendent J i m Smith said Thursday thai by today, the spokes in the bilge valves on ships in English Bay v.ould he threaded string and sealed with lead. He said if there were an oil spill in the harbor, it would be easy fo see which ship had broken the string. got the ides from ihe national park seiTice." he said. "Wlicn you take a gun into z national park they seal it with tape lo make sure you won't use It." ost-wanled criminal remanded in custody VANCOUVER fCP) Ray- mond Joseph Palmer, one ol Canada's most-wanted crimi- nals, was charged in Sydney, Australia, Thursday with ille- gal possession of firearms and was remanded in custody to I March Australian officials Palmer. 35, surrendered with- out a struggle when armed New South Wales State and Australian Federal Police burst inlo a home in the Sydney su- burb of Gilford. The brother, who was not named, was ar- rested simultaneously in a nearby house. Two loaded .SO-calibre revol- vers, a quantity of ammunition and several hundred dollars in Australian currency were found in ihe house wiierc Palm- er was living with Canadian- reported in a telephone inter- view. Palmer escr ped from the British Columbia Penitentiary in January 1970, while serving a six-year pcntetice for posses- sion of stolen bonds. Australian police, in s tele- phone interview with a Van- couver newspaper, said Palmer also is wanted in Canada for questioning about Ihe murder of a police informer and a inail- ed bomb that blow off tho hands of a D.C. Penitentiary guard in They also said Palmrr and improved and striking city his brother, both of whom were arrested in a police raid early Thursday, were being question- ed by Australian narcotics j agents and that Honolulu police have been asked lo be on the lookout for a third man who left Sydney by air for Hawaii earlier this week. Slowdowii over MONTREAL (CP) A week of transportation turmoil and business slowdown ended amid optimism today as traffic flows workers slowly cleared snow from city streets under court order. Meanwhile, Jean Cournoyer, Quebec labor minister, told Lc Devoir Thursday that the labor dispute between the workers' union and the city may he re- solved before the weekend. Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat i Mmpli' how fjuirklv onn I nv.y MM- pounds of fill in voiir own hcimc. Mnkf: thin hoinr i-Tipc yourself. It's 'MSV, nn Lrrmlili? -it nil nnrJ lilllo. -1'iflt co to yytir flnif.'storr. nnd for N.-inm. I'nnr Ihi.sinUi n pint, bnLLlu nnd adil enough grapefruit, juiro Lo fill Mm boLtlr. Tnkr: two Inlilcflponnsfiil twice; n nfl nondnct nnd follow Lhn Nnrnn ITnn. If ynnr jinn-lmsc docs not nlcndor monr cnicr.-ful rurvrs: Tut. flnn't disnpprar iifi'k. rhin, 'inns, nbdomrn, hips, cnlvi-h ;md inklc'i rrl.urn llin nnpLy bottle for your mnnuy bnrk. Follow thi.-i cnsv wny en- dorsed by many who hnvo tried >lnn unil holj) hrinp hnrk nl- ciirvoH nnd [ornrsfl. how quickly I. flisn ppcii how nuirli w ynii a dimpln wny )o hrll.cr you frnl. Mnrn nlivc, bulky fnt und Ldln bom Joyce and her Uvo children, aged 13 and eight. Stale police began questioning PaJmer about a series of armed holdups in the Sydney area, and narcotics Bgcots wore called in laler. Palmer has horn on the RCMP list of most-wanted cri- minals since his 1970 escape from l.hc B.C. Penilenliary with Murray Man Boyd. Boyd was shot dcnd by Vancouver Police April 21, 1970, while re- sisting arrest. After his death, police linked Boyd through weapon? or close associates wilh four murders committed during his 102 days of freedom. All four killings were .said lo bp ron- i iipflott v.'illi a struggle bt'Lwccn I crime syndicalrs for cou- trol of the hard djus trade in Vancouver. Andrew Bruce, 21, of North Vancouver, was sentenced in Juno, 1970, to life imprison- ment in connccLion one of Ihe murders lhat of -laquelin Lampcn, 27, In April, 1970, Tes- timony during nis Irial showed tfc.H Bruce nnd Boyd were close ncrjuainlances. The other tlirce murders arc Irdmically unsolved. Howrver, wriipons believed to have been I used in tlie murders were found i in Iloyd's npartmonl, Vancouver police acknnwl- ednrrl Thursday Mini, they wnuld lo lalk lo P.'ilmer nhoiil. ono of Ihe murders tlvit of Leslie Knox Irwin, kill- ed willi two shotgun blasts ns lie sat in his car on Feb. 15, 1970. Tho unsolved worn I hose of Karl Weber, -U, nnd his wife. LicscloUc. 41, on 17. 1970. NDP leader raps hog plant idea EDMONTON (CP) Alber- ta hog producers are threaten- ed hy Die "spectre of a corpor- ate Grant Nolley, Alber- ta Democralic Party Leader, told a news conferenco today. A proposal to establish a North American Integrated Food Processing Co. Ltd., hog- producing and packing plant near Taber in Soulheni Alberta 'is an example of corporate farming at its worst.' The plant would be capable of handling hogs a year, about 20 per cent of the total hogs produced in Alberta. They would be exporlcd (o south- east Asia. "If a business operation of tins magnitude, is permitted lo establish itself in Alberta, may as well say goodbye to tho small hog producer and turn fanning over to the corpora- lions." Mr. Notlcy said if the export Mr. Trudeau handled questions ranging from French-language television lo the monarchy. The prime minister was In Sault Sic. Marie to begin a two- day swing through Norlhern On- tario. He visils North Bay, Stur- geon Kails, Klrathcona, and Sud- bury loday before returning to Ottawa tonight. Early Thursday, the prime minister was in a relaxed mood as he told party supporters at a Liberal reception that they should not be pushed nround by critics of the governments record. He pointed with pride to envi- ronment and consumer affairs legislation and efforts to estab- lish more national parks. Mr. Trudeau received a brief at the town meeting from a women's liberation group led by Rosalie Gardezi of Sault Ste. Marie. Mrs. Gardezi later pressed the prime minister to take fur- ther action to repeal the abor- tion laws. LAWS RELAXED Mr. Trudeau replied that the government has liberalized abortion legislation by ailowring commiltees of three doctors in hospitals to rule on requcsls for abortion for hcallh reasons. "I don't know if your slogan is free abortion on demand but quite frankly it is not Mr. Trudeau said. He said that killing is some- times justified. People killed in war or in self-defence. But a man who kills in self-de- fence must justify his action be- fore Ihe courts. A woman seek- ing an abortion also should have to answer for her actions. Some women claim that they have rights over their own bod- ies. "But Ihe fetus Is not your somebody else'p he said. STATES MONARCHY VIEW On the monarchy, Mr. Tru- deau said the government will not move to abolish the institu- tion in Canada. He said another head of state would have to replace the mon- archy and there seemed to be no reason to take this step. The monarch had a symbolic appeal for many Canadians while oth- ers had no feelings about It at all. A high school student de- manded French-language televi- sion for (he city but Mr. Tru- deau said he could make no promises. A request by the city council for a deep-water port at Sault Sle. Marie was trealed sympa- Ihclically by Hie prime minis- ter. The prime minister however said (hat a request for an inter- national aij-port of Sault Sle. Marie was out of the question at the moment. It would be too expensive to build at this time. Weather and road report Sl.'.VPlSE SATURDAY SUNSET Lethhridgc Bledicine Hat Pinclier Creek Calgary market, to which the operation Edmonlon be geared, suddenly col- Banff........ lapsed, hogs from the corpor-j Peace River..... ale farm undoubtedly would be Rocky Mln. House dumped on the domestic mar- Penticton kct, forcing prices down and Prince George driving small producers out of I Vancouver...... business. Saskatoon The NDP leader urged tho provincial government lo pre- vent corporate take-over of the farm industry by passing anti- corporale farming legislation. Saturday? Mainly colder. idV and Airlines get break o strike in TORONTO (CP) Air Canada, biggest user of Toronto International Airport, reported today for the first time in days that none of its flighls in or out of Toronto have been cancelled because of an air technicians' strike. The company scheduled 107 flights today. CP Air reported its 13 flights also were on sched- ule. However, delays in commer- cial flighls tend lo build up dur- ing the day because of the ab- sence of radar, which has not operated during the strike, now in its 19fh day. Although an Air Canada spokesman said Thursday the airline carried up to 90 per cent of ils normal number of pasen- gers, delays out of Toronto were up lo six hours, despite juggled schedules. One report was that 34 of 1015 flighls were cancelled or consol- idated with others. Short-haul flighls such as Toronto lo Mont- real have been mainly affected. Moose Jaw North Bay Regma Winnipeg The Pas...... Toronto Ottawa Quebec Si. John's Halifax Frcdcncton Chicago ..........56 New York....... 39 Miami.......... 75 Boston 37 Los Angeles.....62 San Francisco 57 Rome 56 Paris ............55 London 52 Moscow 34 Stockholm 34 a -14 12 1 X 20 III -I 43 .15 n -10 0 -17 IS 0 -2 -20 7 -H 7 -10 22 -1 15 -7 7 -11 13 II 19 5 9 -12 L Pre Montana East of Con- -2 tincnlal Divide Scattered -5 snow showers southwest today -9 through Saturday. Snow with -5 northerly winds causing some -9 .03 drifting northwest portion this 1 .04 morning spreading inlo the ,11 'r.asl and south central portions I Ihis afternoon and tonight. Colder along the east slopes of .03 the Rockies and the southwest portion this afternoon and to- mglil. Saturday scattered snows cast clearing in Ihe northwest. Highs today 30s in the southwest and 5 to 20 east and north. Lows tonight 5 above to 10 below zero east .01 i and north 10 to 20 southwest. .02 Highs Saturday 25 to 35 south- west 10 to 20 east and north. .32 .C5 .15 FORECASTS Medicine Hot, Calgary Today: Periods of light snow. Winds increasing to during the (lay, giv- ing drilling snow. Highs near five above. Lows 10-15 below. West of Continental Snow showers today, diminish- ing tonight. Snow most sections laic Saturday. Lillle tempera- ture change. Highs today and Saturday 30 lo 40. Lows to- night 15 lo 25. Colnmbia Kootenay Today and Saturday: Cloudy. Intermittent snow hi tho Co- lumbia area spreading into the Kootenays by this evening. A little colder Saturday. Winds at times north 20 tonight and Sat- urday. Highs loday 30 to 35 ex- cept in the lower 20s In the northern Columbia. Lows to- night 5 to 15 except mid-20s in the West Kootenays. Highs Sat- urday in the 20s. Ironworkers vole to strike CALRARY Iron- workers at Flcxtrac Nodwell Lid. have voiwi lo fin on strike Saturday to press for contract terms which have been in dis- pute for nine months. Phil Nickiford, business agent for Local 805 of Ihe Jn- ternational Association of Bridge, Slructural and Orna- mental Iron Workers Union said the 13G workers bavo volcd overwhelmingly to strike. Both sides have rejected a conciliation board report made Feb. a. Mr. Nickiford said the union and Lcxlrac were arc' apart on overtime, which the union wanls on a voluntary basis, and wages. The company has offered n pay increase of (lit cents an hour on a 32-monlh contract whilo Ihe union is seeking SO cents in a two-year agreement, Pay under tho last contract, which expired .Inly 9, ranged from .in hour lo SI. 83 Floxlrtic makes heavy duly, nil-terrain vehicles used large- ly in I ho petroleum industry- SPECIALS! SPECIALS! AT GENERAL FARM SUPPUES EASY TROL SEED AND FERTILIZER DRILL AND PLANTER FILL SYSTEM SEED EXTRA ACRES A DAY AND ELIMINATE BACKACHE PLOW AND HARROW AS YOU GO WITH A MSD-WEST HARROW MOUNTED QUICKLY AND EASILY WE WILL ACCEPT BARLEY AT AND WHEAT AT PER BUSHEL WHILE STOCKS LAST OFFICIAL AS OF TODAY COURTESY OF AJIA All highways In the hridge district arc hare except for Highway 3 west in the C'rowsnesl Pass area where there n few short icy patches and drifled snow. Highway i, Trans Cnnadii Highway, Calgary lo Banff is bare in llio driving lanes willi n few slippery scclions. Pantf- (lOlden received D trace of new snow and has occasional slip- pery sections, (ioidcn to Rcvcl- sloke is reported generally bare nnd has been plowed and sand- ed whore necessary. Hanff-lfadiuin highway is in pood winter driving condition with n lew slippery frdions. Cnnff-Jaspn1 highway has .1 of ncu snow and has been plt-wrd a'd POUTS OF ENTRY (OjiCnlnR nrul Times i: Coull.1 24 hours; CVirway 9 ft.in. lo li Uoniia 9 .in. lo fi p.m.; Itoosevillo. Il.C. 0 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Kingsgale, H.C., 'Jl hours; Porlhill Ilykcrts H n in. lo midnight. Chicl Mountain closed. WUdlwr.se. 0 n.nj, to 2 D.m, ;