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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HONOR FRIEND OF FORT MACLEOD Mrs. Muriel Ragon, president of the Fart Maeleod Hlitarical Association, preienti a framed honorary life membership certificate to Jamn Flaherty of the Great Fallt Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Flaherty wai honored ct the recent annual meeting of the Fort Maeleod and District Chamber of Commerce. He played a part In having the town re-adopt its original name. Swihart apartment by DA t Suffolk Superior Court Thursda b on a charge of conspiring to vto late (be Boston building code y Jama Lynch, lawyer appearm) d for the firm, entered a no guilty pin. Judge Alan Hal f give him 20 days to file ipeda i- a Fdnteta, vice-president o o (he Brighton bidding, la Montreal developer wealth is estimated at mil i L LONDON (CP) Saturday' Old Country soccer ENGLISH PA CUP Third Unas! Birmingham 3 Port Vale 0 Blackpool 0 Chelsa 1 Spartans 2 Heading Z Bolton 1 Torquay 1 Boston o Portsmouth 1 Burnley Hudderefield 1 Bury 1 Rotherham l Charlton 0 Traomere 0 Crystal P 2 Everton 2 Derby 2 Shrewsbury 0 Leeds 4 Bristol R 1 Man City 1 Middlesbrough Stirling 1 ADoa 2 Burntisland 1 Elgin 4 Huntly 0 Hamilton 2 Inverness T 3 Inverness C 4 Queen of S 0 Berwick 0 Baith Z Brechia 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE DlrlDlos I Aberdeen 0 Rangers 0 Ayr 1 Hibernian 2 Celtic t Airirie 0 Dundee U 1 Kilmamock 1 Bast Fife 2 Clyde 2 Falkirk 2 St. 4 Hearts 2 Dundee 5 Motherwell 4 Dunfermfine 1 Partick 2 Morton 0 Division n Arbroath 1 Clydebaak 2 Montrose 1 Stenhousemuir 1 IRISH LEAGUE Ards 1 Cliftooville 1 Ballymena 1 Derry 1 CoJeraine 2 Glentorao 1 Crusaders 1 Fortadown S Distillery 4 Bangor 2 Glenavon o Linfield 2 BOSTON (AP) Assisted District Attorney William Doyle says he will press for extradl tion of two Canadian buswesi men indicted here in connection with the coilapse of a 16-storey Brighten apartment building in which four workmen dwd I year ago. The Canadians are Morris Feinsteui, 96, of Ste. Laurent Que., and Jack Patevsky of Toulon, Que., part owners of th building, They are charged wit manslaughter and conspiracy. Under the extradition treat between Canada and the Unite States, a person can be extri dited for voluntary mansUugl tor but not involuntary mai slaughter. But Doyle contend Massachusetts makes n distinction between the two. Palevsky's Toukm Construe Uon Co., Inc., was arraigned 'indiffei By MARY TYMBURSKI Herald News Clt i i e n l to 1 diagnosis was that CoaH a 1 1 people are Indifferent to theii town and their fellow citizens It was suggested by one coun dlior the residents are com pletely confident in the work o council and feel their help ii not needed. Nevertheless, town official were extremely town that only seven form out of 800 r wen returned. Committee! to be filled toon are' the CoakMe economic 1 Notts F 1 Newcastle vs. Hereford ppd. Norwich 0 Hull 3 Jrlent 3 Wrexham t Mord 0 Liverpool 3 Peterborough 0 Ipswich 2 Peston 4 Bristol C 2 Jueen's PR 1 Fiuham 1 Sunderland 3 Sheffield W 0 Sheffield U 1 Cardiff 3 Southampton 1 Man United 1 Stoke 2 Chesterfield 1 hrensea 1 GUlingham 0 Swindon 0 Arsenal 2 Tottenham l Carlisle 1 Walsall 1 Bournemouth 0 Watford 1 Notts C 4 Vest Ham 2 Luton 1 Wolverhsmpton i Leicester l ENGLISH LEAGUE DlviskM HI Bamsley 2 Plymouth 2 Blackburn 3 York 0 Bradford C 2 Mansfield 2 OUham 2 Brighton 4 DivistaalV Aktershot 1 Barrow 1 Cheste- 0 atockport 0 Crewe 1 Snuthend 2 DarHngtoa 2 Exeter 1 Doncaster 2 Colchester Grimsby 4 Newport Hsrtlepools 1 Cambridge 2 Jncoln 4 Brentford 4 lorthampbm 1 Workmgton 2 Soufhport 1 Scunthorpe 1 SCOTTISH FA CUP Second Round AlMon 3 Queen's Pk 2 Forfar 2 Stnoraer are not interested In lecoming Involved m the affairs of the town. This opinion was expressed by town councillors at a recent meeting. A total of 800 forms were sent but listing numerous committees. Residents' were requested to pdicate which committee or board they would be interested in serving. Only seven forms were re-irnied. From this small number timber capital of Alberta GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) -This city could become tba timber capital of Alberta In 1973 with die scheduled opening of the million Procter and Gamble cellulose pulp mill. City chamber of commerce vice president Mai Menrie, said today the mill, phis the operations of both North Canadian Forest Industries and Imperial Lumber, will combine to rarvest cords of wood annually in the area. He said according to provincial calculations, this is almost wice as much as is harvested in the Hinton area. velopment commission; assessment commission; steerlni committee for Coaldale'i Set Hen Day; and the Coaidate and district recreation advisory Indians 1st nati CAPE MUDGE, B.C. (CP> -Leaders of this small seashore Indian reserve on the southwes tip of Quadra Island, about IOC miles north of Vancouver, vote Monday on whether to become Canada's first Indian municipal ity. The 1CM eligible voters a ape Mudge and it the band's smaller Qutosam village ve muni Discovery Passage on Vancoi ver Island are expected by the leaders to vote in favor of b< coming a municipality, setting trend for other Indian commun ties in B.C., Alberta, Manitob and Ontario. The advantages are man] said band Chief Lawrenc Lewis, wbb heads 2S3 Indians 1 the two vfUages and 29 othe non-status Indians who live be tween the two centres, but wl would be Included in the munia pality. The vote win climax eigh years of negotiations betwea the band and the federal an provincial governments to ere ate a plan that would to OK eipality i all ether B.C. municipalities of t a sh lag on i VANCOUVER (CP) De spite record grain from the port of Vancouver ii 1971, Canada has entered Ux new year some 12 million bush els behind schedule in meetini her grain export commitment from west coast ports, Cana dian Wheat Board officials saic here. Norman A. Hope of Winni peg, general director of grei transportation, for the board told a news conference he it hopeful the large carry-ore] from December could bt caught up by the end of vest coast that matter, Is so dependent on s getting UK grain through this i port." i In the last two months, the number of boxcars 'of grain un-[ loaded has ranged from a low of 284 Do dose to 600. In the last 10 days unkndings have averaged 460 can daily but now 800 can a day Is the home acquisition grant of for each new home and for a an old borne; right to issue municipa bonds, although in this case e they would be backed by the i federal government; r ability to levy taxes for both general and school pur-o poses, although only non-bane members would pay the school tax; t right to set and committed for trial KTMBERLEY (CP) Earl Kitchener Bennett, M, was committed Friday to stand trial on a kidnapping charge following a four-day preliminary hearing. Bennett is charged with kidnapping Philip Porter, who Air Canada rejects fares charges mark bylaws and zone reserve land j according to the Municipal Act; establishment of a nicipal council with a GENEVA (AP) Two Indian villages to whom may be a 1969, when be was 16. intend to make It PRFSPNTSTWC t Argentinas-bitve blocked agreement on worldwide adjustment of passenger fares following the U.S. dollar devaluation, the International Air Transport Association announced today. IATA officials told i news eocference here the two refused to join the world's major carriers in a proposed new International fares struc-twe providing for a maximum Increase of all based on the U.S. dollar. That draft agreeiment was prepared by 63 international air companies In a H4-week emer-Bency meeting thnt ended tocon-clusively Friday night. The two airlines now have until Monday, Jan. 24, to change their minds. If they maintain their municipal status. Some of the benefits for th band under the plan are: per-capita grant to the municipality like that given financial respoosibilltiei for welfare and police. The biggest concession the band receives is that it loses none of Ik privileges under the 1 Indian Act. It will be allowed two councils, a band council and a municipal council. BAND MAKES DECISIONS Under this system, the band council has the right to make all decisions. If these decisions are not passed by the munkdpal council, the provincial government can do nothing. Basically, the plan means that Ihe Indian Act supersedes all provisions of the Municipal Act. "Our desire for municipal status first started in Chief Lewis said. "What we were really after was some method by which we could achieve the direct return of more of our tax money. "After all, we, like other Indians, were paying the same axes as everyone else except land not been seen since. The charge was laid upon Bennett's discharge from 'prison where he served a sentence for attempted extortion. Bail was set at and two sureties. No trial date was the economy of westen Canada, and all of Canada (Reuter) -Troops guarded three Chilean provinces today on the eve of byelections after bitter charges and counter-charges of unconstitutional action by the left-wing government and the opposition. The army look over control of public order in the provinces concerned, south of here, and Marxist President Salvador Al-tende ordered special protection for former president Eduardo Frei and candidates for two congressional seats. Allende denied Friday opposition charges that be acted against the constitution switching two key ministers to sidestep a Congress censure motion and. said the motion itself was unconstitional. The election campaign, one of the bitterest in Chile's history, comes as AUende faces a major political crisis over the switch of his close friend and fellow-Socialist, Jose Toha, 44, from the interior to the defence ami SUNRISE SUNDAY I.2Z SUNSET H LPre Lethbrldge 21 report Miami 80 71 control on products Broddy's goal RED DEER (CP) The federal government should place stricter controls m the sale of dangerousi household substances, Waiter Broody, assistant registrar treasurer of the Alberta Pharmaceutical Association, said here. Mr. Broddy said m an interview that the sale of nail polish remover is not controlled, yet It is inhaled by some drug users. Nail polish remover bottles are labelled "caution, he said but manufacturers should be required to caution persons of the dangers of inhaling the York 62 30 U.S. politician is happy STOCKHOLM (AP) Representative James H. Scheuer who was expelled Friday from the Soviet Union, arrived in Sweden today and expressed relief at being back in the West again. "You can't imagine what a wonderful feeling it was to get on that the New York Democrat said on a brief stopover in Stockholm. He was accompanied by his wife Emily. Scheuer was detained briefly Wednesday by Soviet police who picked him up at the home of 52 30 Mexico City 7D 41 Hat 8-n Pincher Creek 27 19 Calgary 11 -5 Mmetitoo 03 -4 .06 Banff 10 enter nine stores BLATAMORE (CNP Bureau) Thieves broke into nine stores on main street here early this morning and took cash. Amounts from to were taken. Entry was gained by break-ng front doors. Entered were Salon's, House of Kerr, Caton-o Food Store, Mickey Finn tiarmacy, Thompson's D ry lOOds, Aldo's Furniture, Zak's V, 6rant Hall Pharmacy and Cubiks-Steadman Store. ROMP are 79 67 46 30 43 39 London 48 43 Amsterdam 44 39 Level -13 -21 22 -1 -U 40 33 George 21 06 .04 amioops 11 08 .12 "rince Albert -Z7 -S7 Saskatoon -21 Lethbrldge Calgary To-dey: Wot windi gutting la 50. Gusts to 85 near mountain passes. Periods of drilling and blowing snow. Highs la the mid 30s. Sunday: Con-tinning m'irl and very windy. Lows 20 to 25. Highs aear 15. Kootenay, Today aid Sunday: Periods of snow but less frequent In the Kootenay district. Increasing winds today with highs of 15 to 25 and a few degrees higher Sunday. Lows tonight, 10 to 20. Current ....-15 -20 'orkton -30 -43 Joose Jaw -G -27 Regina It was net clear what win happen if that meeting should fall as well. "We limply cannot say at this laid H. Don Reynolds, IATA assistant 20 07 26 07 08 wife rolls out of While police set up roadblocks and searched for the gunman, Spencer said he denied to continue with the party they bad planned. "I apologized to guests for being a little late in he Vegas 61 33 Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON DOCTOR'S (JJMAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE OPTICAL til Ird Av.. S. Phene Angeles 69 51 END professor in Moscow, He said police "courteously" examined his credentials for IVz hours. He rejected Soviet charges that he had visited half a dozen Jewish intellectuals to induce hem to flee Ihe country. Scheuer acknowledged be made the visits but they all were to eople who already had decided to leave the Soviet FREEPORT, Bahamas (AP) An armed man burst into the home of a Canadian bank executive Friday night, demanding ransom and then kidnapped the man's wife, police said. He did not get the money and the wife escaped. Police said the gunman forced the wife of Robert Spencer, Royal Bank of Canada manager, into her car after firing several shots at police. Joan Spencer said she escaped by opening the door of the auto as the gunman was driving along a lonely road and rolling out into "the bush." Spencer said he and his wife, together with guests, were preparing for a party when the man broke in. "He forced my wife and our guests to lie on the living room floor while he came to get Spencer said. "I was in Otherwise, he would bund us all with arsenic which he said he carried in a bottle in his added Spencer. The bank manager said the gunman had a "walkie-talkie" which he used to give orders to "some other person." Spencer said he was ordered to go to the bank by himself while the gunman stood guard over his wife, Dr. Stanley Warren and his wife of Toronto, and David Hay of Nassau, Bahamas. Spencer said he stopped at some neighbors and called police. By the time police arrived the gunman was herding Spencer's rife and their guests towards ler car. kidnap "He apparently wanted to put them in the trunk bat when he found they would not all fit in, he yanked my wife and loM her to sit in front with Spencer said. "But when the gunman saw me approaching the touse with a policeman, be fired, grabbed my wife around the waist, pushed her in the car and firing again, drove off quickly." Spencer said he didn't know low many shots were fired bu 'police tried to fire at the tires" rut it was impossible to hit hem and "there was no point In urther endangering my wife's life." Mrs. Spencer said that after she escaped from Ihe car she talked home through the 17" HAMMERMILL, P.T.O. TRANSPORT 1 1 McCOr-RENN 6" ROLLER MIX, P.T.O. AUGERS 1 HUTCHISON GRAIN AUGERS-VARIOUS LENGTHS I See Us Far A Borgoin You Can't Post Up GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY Phone WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, JAN. 17 -8.30p.m. N. A. Championship Match Kut Von Hen vi Site and lee vt Babic and Tomano Kamaro vi Anton Oulnn n Butcher Craat lout. f 1 fax Office 7 p.m. WATCH STAMPEDE VWESTIING ON 4 Homes That Need Constant Painting! 4 home owneri in Ihii general area will be given the opportunity of having the new vinyl tiding made from B.F. Goodrich applied to their home) with ipeeial decorative work ot a low coit. Thii new amazing product hai captured ihe interest of home owneri throughout AS AT A.M. TODAY 1 II II I'MVIKMI )l hadn't got my dothes on when this character tells me A sB if and other OF' SENATE SUBMISSIONS The Senate of The Unlvenity of Calgary will hold in regular winter meeting on February 25, 1972. it ii the duty of trw Senate to enquire into any matter that might tend to enhance the uteful-nesi of the Unlverilty. Individual! or groupi are Invited to make written lubmliiloni. Theie will be itudiea1 by appropriate Senate ommlrteet prior to the meeting. Penoni may appear before the Senate In luport of their lufamluloni. Direct ell net than February 11, tinemal Ktletleni Cwnmlltee Senatt, The Unlnnlty ef Calgary, OlenhwAlberta IneMhitt, into the living room." Spencer said the gunman, aged between 25 and 30, kicked him several times asking "How much money we had." He then ordered me to get in cash from the Royal Bank of Canada and get back to the house Inside 12 1517 Mayor Magrath WOULD LIKE TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY ARE NOW LICENSED TO ADD TO YOUR DINING PLEASURE. BAR SERVICE HOURS Monday Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Sunday 1 p.m. p.m. DINING HOURS Menday Wedneiday 11 a.m. -2 a.m. Thursday Saturday 11 a.m.-) a.m. Sunday 11 a.m. -13 mldnlU FREE CALt DELIVERY SERVICE and providei In-julalion, winter and summer 01 well ai fire protection. Our new product can be uied over every type of houie, Includ. ng frame itueco, concrete b ock, etc. It comet In iiveral colort and hoi not been eb-a nable In this area prior to thlj Introductory announce-tnent. Your home can be a ihowplace In your vicinity and we will make It worth your while If we can uie your home. C Far appointment pleaw write Including yeur name, ejd-irvM phone nwtnitar} jj Dlllribuler ef {'ding, P.O. R In Peilil Itml. U. Creek: Passable but a rcry poor condition. Blowing 1 nd drifting snow. Black ice. tor visibility between Fort b lacked and Pincher Creek, o Iwre are long sections of C lacked snow. Pincher Creek to a xileman: SO mile per hour rinds. Blowing and drifting tl now. Long patches of packed d now. Visibility ta nil In some tr reas. Highway 2: Lethbridge to C lareshulm: Open but traffic la sr iperienclng difficulty north of Ic PORTS OP ENTRY (Opealng hours; carway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. oosevillc, B.C. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. orthlll Rykerts 8 a.m. to mida Udbona, macicoa oue to mowing nd drifting snow. Poor vislbll-y and black ice. Highways 4 and 5: Both odted and in extremely poor ondition. Visibility nil in the ardston area. Travel is not d vised. Highway 3 cast: Fair condi-on with some blowing and rifting snow. Block Ice but affic Is moving fairly freely. Highway 2: Claresholm to algnry: Blowing end d-lfllng ow. Poor visibility. Black e. CloMnf Coults Bonilo's ,m. lo 6 p.m.; Kingsgale, B.C., 24 hours; igbL Chid Moult-in dosed. Monday FORT MACLEOD (Special) -The Fort Maeleod Historical Association will noM Us annual meeting In the Anglican Parish fall here Monday, Jan. 17, it i p.m. Larry King Is secretary-manager and Mix. Murid ;