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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IEIHBRIDGE HERALD Fr.dov. Jonuofy }1. 1973 News in brieS Tnidean invited lo inecl C.VLCiARV Alberts' Western iransrortation. Ln- Lii-oriils ha'.e in-nod Prime dustrla! development and fi- Mi.-ister Truceau to a western nance '.vouid be the main topics con.fei'crce ir. Cal- of ec'cern. '.F v. .-.'j J.'iiuesLin. oi .ai ecor.emie expansion, rcttrr. v.-odd to patterned said, but there 2-tor a similar one hex! ir. -Ken no confirmation, the Kenna lasi fall. t rinte minister attend. Application expected Candidates iu Letlibriclge Settlement near in dock strike esters Arctic to be made i- r.iblic hearings. Compensation WASHINGTON A? A '-in T -33 beer irttrccu-.-ec Lr the to centpensaie -.he sttrvivcrs i and fam.Lles o: the rr.tfn '-vro r.ul died curing a stucy c-t rter bill "is sponsored hy Democratic Senators Jam as A'.- let! and Sparir.iar.. both A of Alabama The measure, in- trcduced Thtrrsday, would au- r_ payment up to te-t each person 'en rated in '.he Study. Tne t'cur candidates seeking to lead the Alberta John Ludwig, dean cf business at an Edmonton pri- Sc-cici C-ec't outlined tne direction they a each like vote school; Werner Schnrdt, vice-president of Lethbridge re sse ine ro n public forum at the Allan Wat- Community College, and Gordon Taylor, MLA for Drum- son Thursday. Left to right ere Bob heller and former minister of highways. See story page 1. MIA ;c- O cs-Didsbury ond fcrmer education mini- quad charge VANCOUVER (CPl Three Watergate trial Student paid to spy on Democrats denied treat- ll o' ny others have suf- centra! nervous sys- effects Actor loses case LOS ANGELES !AP' Kaytno'-d 3urr. tele'.hsitr.'s Ferry Mason, has Tost his case in Superior Court because he failed to preseorre the year tittle limit. Superior Court Judge Norman R Doves dismissed the a'ainst lawyer Donald E. Leon. Thursday. Burr, acting as his o-i- ls-.v yET. filed the stut in 1957 claim- ing Leuc breached an oral con- V.-ASHrNGT'l'N A? A col-' Thomas Gregory, a student at recruited by a friend who was lege stu.-en- testified at the Wa- Erigharn Yourjg University in soiidting agents to spy on tergate trial Thursday that he Utah, said he was paid for infil-! Democratic organizations. He met forme- Whi'e tratirg the headquarters of ser-! said a man ideniiiyirig lunisclf E Edrr.ur.ol Mitsl-tle arrj as E. L. Warren, paid for his George McGovem. candidates plane ticket to Washington from .-in to ex.rarre j0_ Democratic prerldenaal Provo. L'tah. and gave him his i-.rcrts on. rv-m.x-rals ten enve- rominatier. first assignment of infiltrating full cf r.tcr.ey. Gregory testified that he was the Muslde camp. Committee on food prices expected to help cut costs on a rlec? ot property. _---. ci-tr.g legal tees to Leon K.ter arc err-bar- renter- hy a u ge girrush- t-tnt in IK? tele'-1st on series, dti arnea: in ccurt. The pro-' till yust by :t5 e-xisiecce, com- even 'If i: :Tnds no novel iruro for prices should the high cost of earing. :'aril> is -_ne of Senator Report suggests bargaining rio-lits for ciiil servants to visit Ottawa OTTAn'A Sv.-ede- s L-. before cc.r.- f.Teign '.r.z :o be Baron r-a.-.." ;o vis: C-.LS n-a Feb. 19 Car! ce C-eer. cerur-y CO. o: ;he The. eserraj reran- fc-sir-. Lerjuir. Kla- nent today said ".he L- -r' ihe resjonse :o a ipr.g-sa.-.dhis: L-- cevebpcec'. ce- .vhc V Svreder in TraveUlrs Mr. .TJ-fci'rr. snc c-f.-er whli speed day? pri- die in house fire MONTRS.AL- Sever, -tdr.'r.-.: in the Itasement of the members cf a suburbar. LaSaLe 1-t-tse ar.c --as ttncer ccntrc-1 family died iz a fire that cle- hcurs later, fire officials stroyed their home eariy tocay. .An IS-year-Dld son escaped by r_-.d firemen ito -ere ieapbg from a second-storey to a.--ve tl-e scene after ---as taien ;o hospi- r.elsl-.wr so-unded condition net irn- -ho alarm sale a-v rescue a- The ilaze after holl--a... said. Deaths By THE CANADIAN PRESS Cambridge. 1 Gordon LsrjloLs. Brisbane. P; .e rights for ular ser.hce. -h s c'l.'XO dinU "Rather than to dvell L-.ts is recommended L-, a upon the gicorny. neeative ap- to tne nrc-.-tn.ciai goverr.- preach to collective bargaining. released ThursGay the comrrulsoion is concerned lr.cial Erttle that positive steps he taken to ma.-cmize the probability that estrihlis'-ment of responsible ttegottatiotts tsie emnioyees "e f-ee to 1 c.n-xse to go or. or refer The rerort be the basis j lerlsla-uon at the sprlr.a ses- "_ 1.- no deac-tne for ir.troductiuri of r" Tbe ieglsUi- Da'.id Croil was co-chiairman of a ritnilar CL-mrnittee that studied food COTLS a I9ff. ver-' fact that a com- aiinee hke that is active has a c-eierrent effect" on food prices, says Senator Croll. Tne proposal for a special cc-rumlttee to snxiy fooc] prices, coctaiaed in las; throne speech. was formaL'y un- troduced in a Commons TJjiirsday by House Leader Allan MacEaehen. Fooi prices rose steeply to a peak ir. September, fell it Octo- ber and levelled off in Novem- ber, i-hec a shopping Us: tha! cost 5ti5 at the end of p.vcs up 10 S27 fS By rejecting price a: ieast for the turning to the cornrrjttee. tie is resumi'-.g a program that been tried at least twice t-erore in the last seven years. :eh rep-eserts c.-.-.'. i ar-j as "-he official bar-' -Ing agent for .clc-vess. no srili chni ser- is be ceterruned as in :ne is recu-red favors action recommends '.he first cu under -.r-jch al. m c: ix-jainin; urut in r r..a> -.vne' or :.i :-e :ne report said the -l Rand Ste-.v- t :r. On- arises err.rloved by embers Canada LT' rnurs-iay voted S9 ;tr cir; ;a..or of striie ac- nc: :o iici contract demands. Rccer: Srr.eai. rjluoca! secre- ;re Canadian Air Une e J: r-t Attendants Associatlcr.. eiement the 4-1 most t.s 0; here, would off job tcrught. y_: 5meaj earner o: ---rk remain tite major NO ONE ISff Senate-Commons cerAtnittee decided no single farmers or respor-rlble for rising food prices. It neported that "price control is a fallacious method of at- i tempting to CO3LT01 general irxrtBse. in prices.'' and added thai "the federal governmer.t does not e the constttucona! power to enter this field." The roverrLmen: tool-c anotlter at the problem i2 -her. the prices ard incomes commission got the big grocery l chains to make regtiiar reporo cf their price Increases arc compare them to their o'.vn cost increases. One of the arguments the ne'.v ccmrrunee "..1 tace agatn. is v.T.exher an> is gouging ex- cess t.rc'fit5 in t_-.e fc-.-j b'_sl- ness. The committee also vrlil have to reconsider the benefits arc of price cor.trols. to both Eritain ar.d irf He inentified ''Warren" as Hunt. pleaded Thtu-s- cav to ail six charges against him. charges cf conspiracy, btrrgiary and illegal pi'g and eavesdropping, in con- nection with a break-LT at nri- lional Democratic headcuarters in the VYa'ergate hotel last June :7th. Trial ccntir.ues for six oth- ers charged in the burtzlary Hurt told Judge John Sirica tha; the gcvemrnent's desoric- tion o: a wide-ranging po'oticai- espionage operation ordered by ofiiciaif of President Nixon's campalp comrnittee was essen- tially cc-rect. Hunt released on S1W.COO bend pending sentencing, which coid be up to ;o years in prison. Later, outside the court- rcx-m. "e said: "Anything that I rjay have done. I dtd for the of the country." Ke acde-rl tha: to the hest of his r.o hlih-ievel ivere Lnvoi-. e-f Ln txe FILE NEW Hunts gutltv plea and the repartrter- ar- nottnced the pf criminal charges agatrst the cam- csip committee, allefln: v.ola- defendant in the herrla-y The crimlral ir.formatitn ac- rc-electicn cv'm- rr.ittee G: gt-ir..: three of ge'-ir.g -cctipis the said f-vo cf tne :o Lin-'y f-om a camriaigr fate to f'lr.snce es- Huni. and ethers v-'ere l.nd.cted after tr.e The other defendants are James Mc'l'crd. Nuton's campaign se- curity chief at the time the brsal-t-ln: Bernard Barker, a yiami real estate exe-rutive. and EuzerJc Frank VANCOUVER (CP) Retro-1 Of the total S1.05 hourly wage active pay and who gets it was j raise over 29 months recom- ihe fijial detail confronting ne- mended by the judge, -10 cents gotiaiors Thursday as the Brit-1 is retroactive to "Aug. 1, or ish Columbia Maritime Employ-1 about S350 for a docker who ers Association (BCMEA) and i worked five days a week since International Longshoremen's then, and Warehousemen's Union dis- cussed a proposal lo settle the B.C. dock dispute. The employers i O' Wednesday they would accept; the settlement recommenda- tions of Mr. Justice Nathan Ne- pi metz of the B.C. appeal court, j 1111- IWC O Don Garcia, chief union ne- i eotiator. said settlement looked close, with only interpretation of retroactive pay still to be: agreed upon. The union warts reUxiacdve; members of the RCMP drug pay for non-union casual dock squad were charged Thursday workers. with mischief and attempted Some casuals Thursday arson in a raid Nov. 23 on a started circulating a petition for house in White Rock occupied separate court action against j by members of a motorcycle the BCMEA in a bid to win full; club. reiroactivity. Corporal Gerald Walker The casuals contend that and Constables Terrence R. though they are not union mem- Bryan and Brian A. Papp. all i bers. they are included Ln the L of Vancouver, have been sum- I Nemeiz report and the West; monsed lo appear Wednesday Coast Ports Operations Act of in court in White Rock, about Parliament, which stipulated 30 miles south of Vancouver. full reiroacrivity to Aug. 1. Tne charges arise from alle- i The Act. which lapsed Jan. 1. eations by members of the 1 names the 130 comnanies repre- Gypsi- Wheelers Motorc y c I a ser.ted by the BCMEA and the Club that the policemen de- en B.C. locals of the union. posited a petroleum product on The report by Mr. Justice Ne- the porch, of a house during or metz. in turn, says retroactivity afier a search for narcotics. 1 is by the Act. passed i There was no fire. last August to stop the strike by 1 No narcotics charges resulted 3.2W longshoremen. from the- raid. If eather and road report SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET H Lclhbridge 39 S3 X !5 Pmcner Creek Medicine Hat Granrle Prairie Snntf Vicioria Penlicton Frlr.ce George Kamlcops er Sasktitcior. Tcrcruo Mrr.treal St. Jchn's Halifax Fredericton FORECAST: l.nhbridcp Medicine Hit. Calgary a ffw clouds to- I day and Saturday. Winds W30 gusling lo 40 50 in nest- era Calgary and Lelhbridge, highs near JP, loirs near 30. Columbia Kooleruy Sno-.r Darnings issued for rno'iL'itain passes. T.'uay and Saturday; Cloudy v.ntl- of snov.'. Snow a: times both after- neons. T-.vo to Lnches of STVV.V eMpe-rted i.n the valleys. Highs near M today ar.c'-ut io except :n Kxienay area Ln tine upper and near 30 except atou: I'D in Kcotenay vest. MONTANS F35I nf Crratinrnlal temper atures through Saturday. Gusty soulh- w-i-cs ttlong the east sl.-pes. c.o'jdrr.ess na.-.l. east Frow showers moun- tains today arid Ktgh? todr-y 2VS Tvi to 45 east slottes. Lo-.vs tonkin 5 to except 25 to cs east Kigns Safurday Co to 35 e.xcept 4'1-s east slopes. Wpsl c! Cominenul Peric-rls of ra.ti cr fncw thrrujh Sarurclny. Chance of f-eermg today. S'ow tre--n. Hishs lc- day to "5. torir'nt n to Kichs :-j to So. Stock market surges ro? Steps taken to avoid CLU CORNER 2nd AVE. nnd ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "THE LINE MEN" SATURDAY-SOCIAL EVENING B-30 P.M. UNTIL AM. S2 CO COVER CHARGE PER PERSON BUFFET SUPPER INCLUDED AT 1 A.M. MUSIC by "COUN1KY BLUES" ond tnnir invited NATURAL GAS YOUR BEST BARGAIN fuel crisis gas riiv-rs i- a- V, s srr. ce '5 ?.'so ot h'.'n.iin. For ernergency service is fi: n sr.ouid it ce roauired. Tr.eso services and are included in Ihe price you pay (or qas1 canaoian uuesrem naruraLoas conwonvumnBO BISMARCK. YD 'CP' C.vil defence- authorities in North Dakota have successfully judged fuel oi! supplies for the last avoiding undue hard- fuel oil shnrtr-re. "We've been able to move ;h? fuel around lo the hard-hit in the central and extern :art t'-e -late Rnn.iln Af- >ldl. ilirw.'T of t.ic .1 dfi'cni.1- headqjarers in B.s- m.irc'ri. "Bu: I don't hn-i- br.c tin cor.lir.uc. Th.e eicht or problem areas fuel cr.ough only for a fe'.v tlii'-te h.T. e of srhool-i or closing, r.or hart he heard trat any private homes in the state had run out of fuel. Th? retire stale has in trn of n roid-' ,i> e lee "the' IRRiGATION BOYS" AT GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY Cr.orie, Phone 328-1 1 4 1 for A-M IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT lines and asl-ied Loncrex' M the author- to in cri-ast-s ceel '.I-? ni.t go; rment li- fer tre ra.-O' nte ko--. i- l.te ol.i i'.t.tsc 2 :.-..-.lard< uill he ri-'.air.eri r-roce--ors r.rd Tvt.iiliTv (locl.'tr. -K I OFFICIAL AS OF A.M TODU' COL'RTESY OF A.MA High'.vay 2. Fort Yacleod to ntofth. hare p. forv Calgary i; mainly tiare u reduced through thu tro .'..Vr.ty K.r.ts area due to has occa5r'ntil slir- to pcrv feciitn? Colentan lo B.i-f'-.l-.e. BC n'.orr-i liht l rost'-'n-S.i'.-'.'i fi -..r.ifni t.rd lite in c'.-Nod uiu.l further no'.ieo wir.'.er c.-'ndhion. All reniainine in ihe that lo is PORTS OF ENTRY 'Opcn.r.s Titr.c'1: Coir.'.s ;