Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
t tHI LETHBRIDOI HERAIB Sohndoy, Frbruory 16, Auto trade is OTTAWA (CP) Tlie long- brewing I1.S..Canada trade i-on- f'.irl was alive but almost iinisi- hli1 Ibis Wivk. it was buried beneath nunis about a I'uil- wife killer who revciicd prison Id rrmarry and ap- parently skipped [he country. Ami it was shunted aside as tlio opposition pressed its attack on Uie government over the issue nf efficiency in the unemploy- meiu insurance. commission. I micr all that, the govern- ment scorned to he taking a soft line on tbe trade negotiations, Fewer SAO PAULO 'Renter) A spectacular skyscraper fire in this Brazilian city nights which bruke off two weeks ago in deadlock. Trade Minister Jean-Luc I'l-pin told the House Friday Canada is willing lo re- sume discussions whenever 'Anshinginn wanU. In a sj.n-ivli ill St. Jolm's, Mid. Fralay night. External At- fairs Minister Milchel Sharp minimised tho dispute between the two countries, which came lo a bead after the United States imposed its import sur- charge last August and moved actively lo change trading rela- tions with Canada. "What is involved Is not a confrontation between two op- posing philosophies of trade." Mr. Sharp said, reiterating a position he has stated pre- viously. "What is involved Is not pri- marily a disagreement as to objectives. There is even a wide measure of agreement as lo the "The points at issue are mat- ters that concern in the main the working of an agreement re- lating to automotive trade which goes to the root of the unique economic relationship between our two countries." Washington has been seeking ago now appears to have taken j changes in the 1985 auto pact drill during ihe visit, many fewer lives than origi-1 provisions that guarantee Can---------------------------------- HERE'S MUD IN YOUR EYE Prime Minister Trudeau'i face is spattered with mud after a visit to level of the Falconbridge mine at Sudbury, Ont. The prime minister got ths mud In his face while operating a jackleg nally feared. a 5rt o[ tne Canadian The city morgue reported that j market, onlv IG bodies so far have been Tt also wants to remove the brought ui and officials had no i barrier against duty-free import comment on reports in local j of cars from tbe United States newspapers that at least BO per- j by individual Canadians, roru died in tbe 29-storey build- j Statistics Canada reported ing. that. Canada's trade sur- There about with the United Slates in eons in thr building when the j 5105 down fire began Ttmralay. More than j S27.5 million from the 1970 sur- 4flO were snatched to safely plus. from the roof by helicopters and But. Canada still had 9 seven many firemen's ladders. A day-long search Friday o! Hie building, which housed shops, supermarket and press this week, Paul A. dozens of offices, uncovered Volcker, U.S. treasury under- only seven charred bodies. Nine secretary, put the Washington Co-op aid held in tighter check EDMONTON (CP) New U S .-C a n a d a auto co-operatives seeking add from ______ the provincial government will more clambered down i year cumulative deficit of 11.9 i be required to accept manage- mcnf training programs and ot.ber aid to prevent tbe ing of money. Agriculture Min- ister Hugh Homer said Friday. Mr. Homer, also deputy-pre- mier, said the move is aimed billion in trade. In a statement released to the view of" the trade dispute in at preventing a repeat of the ber co-op in Wabasca. The co-1 plans, the minister said. others already had been re- __ __ _ ____ ported dead, mostly following lerms much broader than troubles that beset a Metis tim- paaic leaps from windows in the merely auto pact changes, blaring structure. I He agreed that Canada and Police and lire department cJ-1 the United States exist ta a ficials are studying the lower "special relationship.': But he floors of the building's charred; suggested that is where the skeleton in an effort to discover "misunderstanding" really bow the blaze started. I began. op received more than from the former Social Credit government to buy timber cut- ting equipment and vehicles to transport trs timber but much of this soon became non-oper- ative. Among the stipulations that R co-op now will have to meet be- fore it receives government aid is a field inspection of the co-op Soccer results also at stake LONDON (AP) Saturday's Old Country soccer results: ENGLISH FA CUP Fifth Ronml Birmingham 3 Portsmouth 1 Cardiff 0 Leeds 2 Derby 3 Arsenal 1 Everton 0 Tottenham J Huddersfield 4 West Ham 1 Man United 0 Middlesbrough 0 Orient 3 Chelsea 2 Stoke Hull 1 ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Liverpool 3 Man City 0 Southampton 1 Newcastle 2 WolverhaJnpton 2 Ipswich 2 Division II Burnley S Sheffield W S Carlisle 2 Blackpool 0 Charlton 2 Litton 0 Putnam 2 Bristol 0 Swindon 4 Oxford 0 Watford 0 Millwall 1 Division III Aston Villa 2 Port Vale 0 Bradford C 1 Blackburn 2 Brighton 3 Plymouth 0 Bristol R 2 Walsall 1 Chesterfield 2 Rochdale 0 Mansfield 1 Nolls C 1 Oldham 6 Barnsley 0 Kotherham 3 Halifax 2 Swansea 1 Shrewsbury n Torquay 0 Bournemouth 2 Wrexham 1 Bolton 2 York 5 Tranmere 0 Division IV Bury r, Chester I Colchester 0 Barrow 1 Darlington 4 Donca.st.cr 1 Ilartlcpuol 0 Grimsiry 1 Newport 0 Brentford 0 Northampton 2 Lincoln J i Peterborough 0 Aldershot 0 Reading 1 Cambridge 0 I Scunthorpe 3 Exeter 0 j Southcnd 2 Worknigton 0 Southport 4 Crewc 2 I Stockport 2 Gillmgham 1 SCOTTISH FA CUP Aberdeen 1 Morton 0 Ayr 0 Motherwell 0 Celtic 4 Dundee 0 Dumbarton 0 Raith 3 Elgin 1 Kilmamock 4 Hearts 4 Clydebank 0 Hibernian 2 Airdrieonians 0 St. Mirren 1 Rangers 4 Division II Berwick I Hamilton 1 Cowdenbeath 6 Brechin 0 Mimbrose 4 Queen's Pk 2 Queen of S 4 E Stirling 2 Stirling 1 Forfar 1 Stranraer 5 Alloa 2 Inhibition Crystal P 2 Partick 0 Xorv.ich 2 Coventry 1 Preston 2 West Brom 1 IHISII CL'P Quarter-Finals Crusaders 1 Ards 1 Glentoran 2 Coleraine 3 Portadmvn 2 Lin field 0 Queens 'L DCITV 4 IRISH LEAGUE Ballymena 2 Bangor 1 AIJ other scheduled games ppd. I CAR COUNT ROME (AP) Tiie govern- j ment decided Lo insure all slate-owned vehicles but could not determine how many cars lit had so Ihe insurance com- 1 pany began a vehicle census. QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD 8 IB. (NORMAL GARMENTS) PRE-SPOTTED AND AFTER-SPOTTED BY OUR ATTENDANT FAST SERVICE -USUAttY V.i HOURS -NO NEED TO WAIT -tEAVE YOUR LOAD WITH US -WE'tt DO IT FOR YOU AND HANO IT ur -CALL BACK LATER INDIVIDUALITY YOUR LOAD IS DONE IN ITS OWN DRY CLEANER Putkside Coin-Op Laundry Dry Clean Ltd. FIRST IN IETHBRIDCB WITH COIN-OP DRY CLEANING 2634 Soufh Parkside Drive For Furlhnr Information Phono 327-0811 WEEKDAYS p.miAT. BATHtTRST, N.B. (CP) I The streets of this northern New 1 Brunswick community were j quiet but tense Friday in the wake of a demonstration by un- employed over- tones of ethnic led lo a clash with police Thursday. A second and larger demon- stration against slieged delays in processing unemployment in- surance claims has been prom- ised for next Friday, and a busi- I ncsa leader has suggested the i city be prepared to ask for 1 troops to maintain order. Although William Craig ol Saint John, N.E., a Canadian Congress of Lalxir representa- tive, savs high unemployment is the main factor behind a recent wave of protests in this nrea, Acadian students say an equally strong motive is ethnic sirrvival. "It's a question of the sur- vival of the Acadians in north- ern New said Rheal Boucher, student presi- dent at Bathurst College. Re- cent demonstrations against Un- employment insurance Commis- sion offices are just part of n larger problem, he said Friday. CLASH WITH POLICE Jobless workers and students i clashed with police Thursday when protesting marchers at- lempted to enter the offices of tbe UIC. Three persons were j treated for minor injuries and I later released from hospital. It was the second demonstra- linn in less than two weeks in which unemployed workers pa- 1 radcd lo the UIC office demand-, ing action on the processing of j 'claims. I Jacques DesHochos. chairmnn of the commission and paymas- ter for Jobless Canadi- ans, said in Ottawa the office Is correcting its nnd the demonstrators should go home because disturbances at the Bathurst office are preventing staff employees from keeping up with their work. He said of SW4 inquiries about insurance since Feb. 14, the of- fice has answered 846 and the remainder will havo been cleared up by today. Organizers of the demonstra- tion claim to have documented another cases in which pay- ment of insurance benefits have been delayed. "They want lo hang 292 cases over my head but why don't they give them to us and let us work on Mr. DesRoehes complained. Percy Cormier, president of [he Bathurst Chamber of Com- merce, says the demonstrators have made their point so they now can go home. He said Fri- day the city should impose a ban on demonstrations for at least CiO days arid if demonstra- lors insist on marching, troftps should be brought in to main- tain law and order. W HIS grant BOW TSiAND _ BOW Island j Is of 11 Alberta municipali- I LIPS and orEanizalioas to rc- I coivc forlorn] for local inil.ial.ivo pro.jecls. Of the lolal grants of fl.Vl, now Island will pet I foi town improvements. Must note Ukrainian contribution EDMONTON (CD Schools should place greater emphasis on specific Ukrainian contribu- tions to Ihe Canadian lierilapc. 'Bert Hohol, Alberta's lalwr minister, smrl Friday. To maintain ard develop the Ukrainian culture it Ls essential lo preserve Lhe Ukrainian Inn- cmiec, Dr. Hohol told a group of fr.achcTs attending a session of the greater Edmonton teach- ers convention. Ho said Lhe host way for Ukrainian Canadians Lo pro- mole their culture is through direct contact with thoir elect- ed representatives rather than by presenting formal briefs to governments. a barrel royalty urged EDMONTON (CP) An In- crease in Uie Alberta govern- ment royalty on oil lo HII aver- age of SI n barrel Is being ad- vocated by the provincial com- millf-e of tbe Communist Party of Canada in a newspaper ad- vert ispment. Tho advertisement, iii tbc [ovm of an open loiter lo Con- scrvalJve Premier Lougheed, says AlbtTta now charges a royalty o[ 24 to 51 cents a. bar- rel. The. royally charge was n barrel in Libya nnd nn average of ?M5 a barrel in Middle East countries. A like increase is suggested for natural gas. The increased revenue from thcsa sources would solve the financial problems o[ all levels of government in the province, it is claimed. Unusual sights in Nixon By PETER GREGSON PEKING (Reuter) Presi- dent Nixon's visit to Peking this week, an unthinkable trip only a short while ago, brought with it unusual sights and strange contrasts. Nixon's departure today for Hangchow saw the unlikely combination of a United Elates president flying in a Russian-built alrlier belong- ing to tbe Chinese govern- ment. And among the Journalist! covering the president's de- parture was one from North Vietnam. To add to this unusual mix- ture the president'.5 own jet accompanied the Hyushin-18 turboprop on the night. The first Incongruous sight for Western eyes was a photo- graph of Nixon meeting Chair- man Mao two large wlrite tpifoona handily placed near their feet. The spittoon, obsolete In the West, is still popular with the Chinese, who believe a hearty spit every now and then is good for the health. USE CHOPSTICKS Then American television viewers saw live coverage of a banquet given by Premier Chou En-lai, and watched Mr. nnd Mrs. Nixon wield chop- sticks manfully, if not ex- pertly, while a Cliinese Peo- ple's Liberal inn Army band played America the Beautiful. On the U.S. presi- dent and Mrs. Nixon saw a ballet called Red Detachment of Women, which Nixon later praised as equal to anything he had seen in the United States or the Soviet Union. Tha modem revolutionary ballet telb the story of Com- munist guerrilla forces fight- ing the Nationalist Chinese, and includes a scene where a caricature of Natioalist leader Chiang trip cently as old Mend by used ior target practice. Friday's visit to the Forbid- den City saw the U.S. presi- dent being helped down a flight of icy slcps by a Chinese soldier, clad in the same drab-green uniform with a distinctive single red star on the cap that was worn by Chinese troops fighting Amer- icana in Korea in Uie early 1050s. Shot Irish minister on the mend From AP-REUTER BELFAST (CPI Northern Ireland's hard-line home ajfairs minister, John Taylor, hit by six bullets in en assassination at- tempt, was reported out ot dan- ger today in hospital here. Taylor was hit by two bullets In the wall of the chest' one in the neck, two in the jaw and one in the hand Friday night. Militant leftists of the out- lawed Irish Republican Army said today they gunned down the young cabinet minister be- cause of his tough line of intern- ing suspected IRA terrorists without trial. Bombs blasted a furniture, store and a wallpaper shop and a sporting goods store in Lon- donderry today. In all cases, terrorists cleared tbe shops be- fore the explosions and no one was hurt. Taylor, who once accused the British Army of beJng Loo soft on the IRA, was ambushed as he left his family's engineering business in Armagh. The gun- men used a sub-machine-gun. Liquor, cig ads decision awaited VANCOUVER (CP) Deci- sion was reserved Friday in a test case launched by seven firms challenging the validity of British Columbia govern- ment legislation banning the advertising of liquor and tobac- co. Mr. Justice E. E. Hinkson of B.C. Supreme Court, concluded four days of technical legal ar- gument, said he still had prob- lems lo consider in relation to the case nnd it would be some time before he reached a deci- sion. Four national tobacco com- panies and three publishing firms brought the action against Attorney-General Les- lie Peterson, charging that the Tobacco Advertising Restraint Act and amendments lo the Li- quor Control Act, which took j effect .Sept. 1U71, exceeded i tbe im'iViorily ot the provincial legislature. The companies together seek a declaratory judgment lhal Ihn legislation is invalid cause It Invades the federal field of criminal law, en- croaches on freedom of speech, threatens inlerprovincial trade and denies companies the right to maintain their identity through trademarks. Involved in the action with Maclean-Hunter Ltd, are two other publishing firms Time Canada Lid. and Southstar Publishers Ltd. and the to- bacco products firms of Benson and Hedges Canada Lid., Im- perial Tobacco Products Ltd., Macrionald Tobacco Marketing Ltd., and Rolhmans o[ Vail Mall Canada Ltd. SUSPENDED MIA Leo Nimsick, catches a few winks Friday after being suspended from the British Columbia legislature during an all-night lit- ting. Weather and road report SUNIUSE SUNDAY II Lclhbridgc Medicine Hat Pincher Creek Calgary...... Banff........ Edmonlon Peace River Grande Prairie Penticton........ 42 KamUwps..... Vancouver North Bay..... Regina....... Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa....... Quebec St. John's..... Halifax....... Los Angeles London H Berlin ...........43 Amsterdam 45 Stockholm......36 Tokyo ............3-1 LPre 8-12 .01 4 -18 .05 8 -11 4 -17 5 -11 0 -22 and drifting snow; winds NH; highs near 5 below. Coudy Sun- day with periods of light snow little change in temperatures; lows near 15 below. 18 j MONTANA 5 -30 31 30 17 n 33 20 11 -1 -24 7 -9 27 16 15 10 IG -6 C5 FORECASTS L c I h bridge. Medicine Hat with periods of light snow Uxlaj' some drifting snow with whin's M5; highs nenr Clondy Sunday with periods of light BHOW. Little change !n temper- atures: lowi 10-15 below. Calgary Mostly cloudy to- day with periods of light snow nf fontinelal Divide Variable cloudiness with scat- tered snowshowers today tlirougli Sunday. Moderating .01 temperatures along tho east of the Rockies this af- te-'-ncon and tonight. Warmer .01 all sections Sunday. Gusty .01 southwesterly winds hi Ihe .01 upper Yellowstone valley. Highs today 35 to 40 southwest; .04 i 10 lo 25 east and north. .03 tonight 15 to 25 west; zero to 10 .01 rfiove east. Highs Sunday 25 to west and south: 10 to 20 ei- treme northeast. West of Continental Divide Occasional snow today. Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday with showers in the valleys and scattered snow in the mountains, A little warmer. Highs today and Sunday 35 to 45. Lows to- night 2o to 35. Columbia, Kootenay To- day nnd Sunday: Cloudy with snowflurries. Colder in north. Continuing mild In (hi south. Highs 35 lo 40 in south and 20 to 25 in the north. Overnight lows around 25 in tin soiilh ond 10 and 15 in the north. USED TRAILER SALE KITCHENS, WASHCARS, DINERS, OFFICES, BUNKHOUSES, WELLSITES Conlocf Salti Department ATCO (WESTERN) LTD. 3115 CROWCHILD TRAIL CALGARY 545-1101 Home economist TABER (HNS) Dr. Glen R. Pnmell, deputy minister of agriculture, snys Taber will have a home economist "with- in a year." Home economist services are now can-led out m Ihe Taber agriculturist's district Mrs. Norma Jean Gray of lirooks. SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. LtH. PHONE 328-2702-327-3610 Air Service almost back to normal Il< Till! CANADIAN I'HKSS Air Guiadn reported that, an- proximalrly 55 fliRhl-s, nr 11 per cent of its total commercial flight schedule Irom all Cana- dian airports, have been can- celled today because of n strike of air technicians. An airline spokesman at Montreal said that dcspile the cancellations Air Canada was flying at 95 per cent of rapacity. PIIOSICCUTION HEARINGS Meanwhile ncgoliati'ons be- tween Uie federal government and Ihe IrJcrnalional Brother- hood of Klcclrical Workers on a new wage contract arc halted And in (MUiwa it wa.s an- nounced Friday IJiat liraring will begin Wednesday into an application by the federal treas- ury board for permission to pro- scenic 114 electronic technicians who walked olf their Jobs. Tim men were among required by an agreement to slay at their Jobs nf servicing radar and other equipment. r SPECIALS! SPECIALS! AT GENERAL FARM SOPPUES EASY TROL SEED AND FERTILIZER DRILL AND PLANTER FILL SYSTEM SEED EXTRA ACRES A DAY AND EtIMINATE BACKACHE PLOW AND HARROW AS YOU GO WITH A MID-WEST HARROW MOUNTED QUICKLY AND EASILY WE WILL ACCEPT BARLEY AT AND WHEAT AT PER BUSHEL WHILE STOCKS LAST OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OK AMA All liiRliw.-.ys in Ilio IxHIi- fovidgc district are bnrc except [or Highway 3 west in Ihe Crow.sno.st P.nss nrca where l.hcre i few short icy patches and driflod snow. Highway I, Trans Canada Highway, Calgnry In Bajiff is hare in llw driving Ifmos wilJi a few slippery sections. lianff- Golclcn received a Irace of new snow and has occasional slip- pery scciions. Golden to Revel- stoko is reported generally bam and has been plowed nnd sand- ed whore noci'ss.'iry. Danff-Hadium highway is In pooil driving condition with a few slippery sections. nanff-.Insprr highway has a trace of new snow and has been plowed nnti sanded. PORTS OF DNTRY (Opening nnd Hosing Tlmrsi: Coutt.1 24 hours; Carwny 9 a.m. to (i p.m.; Del lionita 9 ,m. lo 0 p.m.; rtooscvillo, II.C. n a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Kingsgalr, II.C., 21 hours; 'orthill Hykerts B n.m. to midnight. L'luef Mountain closed. Wildhorsc. B a.m. lo 5 n.m.