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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LBJ felled by heart attack .JoJinson takes presidential oath cfler assDSsmotion of Jahn F. Kennedy By G.ARTU JONTS SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) The body of former president Lyndon Baines Johnson will be flown to Washington to lie in state in the Capitol rotunda and receive the final tribute o[ the United States. Johnson, whose dreams of a Society were dampened by a war in Asia, died Monday of a heart attack at 64. Johnson'5 cotlin ivii] be car- ried on a caisson in a procession to Capitol Hill Wednesday afternoon. A cere- mony will be held in the ro- tunda. Funeral services inll be held Thursday in Na- tional City Clirisiian Church, after which the body will be re- turned to Texas for burial in the family cemetery of the LBJ Ranch. Before Ihe body of the SSlfi president is flown to ton. it will lie in stale from 1 p.m. EST today until 9 a.m. Wednesda3- at the LBJ Library in Austin, Tex. There will be a lull guard of honor. Johnson was pronounced dead at p.m. EST Monday aboard his private plane at San Antonio International Airport. Johnson rose Jrom simple Texas rooLs to both houses of Congress, to the powerful post of Senate Democratic leader which earned him the reputa- tion as a masterful politician, to the vice-presidency and finally to the presidency afler the as- sassination of John F. Kennedy in 1553. As the first southerner to hold the presidency since Andrew Jackson, his accomplishments in the domestic fields of civil rights, social security, educa- tion and bousing were highly praised. Johnson inherited the presidency, he inherited the war m Indochina. Following his election as cliief executive in 1S34 by a landslide margin, he greatly expanded the U.S. in- volvement in Indochina and op- position to the war mounted at home. The war eventually was a major factor in his dramatic announcement la March of J9C3 that he would not seek re-elec- tion. On Monday, 51 minutes before he was pronounced dead, Secret Sendee agents found Johnson slumped on the bedroom floor of his ranch in Johnson City and began a desperate trip by air to Brooke Army Medicbl Centre here in hopes of saving his life. Col. L. R. Hieger, chief of pa- thology at Brooke, performed an autopsy on Johnson's body late Monday night and listed the official cause of death as coronary thrombosis. Hieger's autopsy showed thst the former president had severe coronary artery disease, with complete two of three major arteries to the heart. A third artery was about 60 per cent occluded. The former President had a history of heart trouble dating to 1355. He suffered what was tenned as a major heart attack in April, 1972, and was m hospi- tal with chest pains last July. As -Johxson vas flown to San Ar.ior.io. hh wife. Lady Bird, v, ti rc-achtd Lv radio telephone in a car about a bluet from the LBJ Library, about CO from the ranch. Tvo im- mediatc-iy by to San Ar.to.iio. arriving at Erocie hospital before her husband's ijyo'y. After spending mare than an hour in San Antonio. Mrs. John- son rerurrc-d to .-V-n.h 2nd joined her ds'jch'.er. and so.i-in-Ja'.v. Patrick J. for the re'.'-im to the family ranch to discuss funeral ar- rangement. The Johnson's (teus'iler LvrJi. s_id htr htnoard S. P.obb. rr.-..fc- ;j ;o from viUe. Ya-, Rchb is a student a: the University o.? Virginia. A plane v-as provided by President -I'Ltcn. dei'Ji ami 2S days after that of former p-esident Harry S Trunur.. leaving the U.S. viiho'jl a liviss former chief executive. Nixon ordered flags oa all federal already to mare Tru- man's death. at half mast Ior days following Johjison's deatn. It v.as aboard a plane in Dal- las on Nov. 22. !SS3 that John- son v.as s'sarn LD as 3Bih presi- dent o' the Vniied Slates af.tr Kennedy vss gunned cbv.-a dur- ir.g a motorcade throjgh city streets. Johnson, who v.'as rid- ir.g in the motorcade behind Kennedy, ivas not injure! Th; prfcsidEnc? culminated the career of the onetime school teachc-r bom in a three-room home near Sione- on Auz. 27. iS'iS, the eldest of five children of Rebekah L'- Samuel Eily Jodn- Humphrey, vho yras Jjtvisoi's '.ice-presiceni. sai] .he ''a strong man who cared for the .-od Senator Edwajd M. Een- said Johnson earnid a piice in history "along- side Ltr.'-jlr. because c: his efforts for biicks. Lalonde eyes new drug act for cannabis BT JEFF CARRLTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureaa OTTAWA Federal Health Muuster Marc Lalonde ssys he prefer to create federal ect oa drup to cover cannabis ralher Lhsn merely sviich cannabis from the Narcotic Control Act to the less Su-ingKiE Food snd Drjgs Act duriric a rece'i privcie the hea'uh mlnisier revralec his healLh department officials are aircsiy cvii.v derive creaks ?uch a feucrsi cC1-. But re also revealed the officials are considering bcludinc herein urder the ac; 25 well. Siich a move would re .1 marked in the tew arts heron. iV hardest of ihe so-caiJed "hoj'd cr.iCt." to Lalonc'e. s rc'-v arjgs act v-tuch might he Lie Dsrgirous Dr.ics Act nol ivplacr cjihcr nf [PC 'i of rnv] Ar; liio nof trfsie-i rji ycvcrc'y ii ;ornis pf a-, th.e op-s'es and under ibc Nsrorjc Act. Tne the ac; for cannabis a.nd Lf j'jcli a ne'.v act 15 at the level fnd by csbiet. i: cnuM be introduced as a in Lbe Commons by the Minister esumaied. :re.5sc-.i be v.o-.ilci nn1. crraif 3 r bui i; vould be df1- lie >RHJI iJic'T arg r-r-'.rn N: in- Tlie concepi o: new drugs act is no: really nevv. It was implied h the povernicem's cannabis policy Sfiieraen: lasi Tiie siciement said cannabis wo'id be to the Food aad Drugs Aci or oiher specif lecsisiion. ii is known thci experts in the health ncpart- hsvc in of a new drugs bill, or at icas'. a number of secuorts of the existhig Food bettor conlro] Lhe many new. ofien- limes man-made chemicals being abused iii today's society. I'. 2 ihr-; If ihe idei o: an now drugs bill approved, the will first cover cannabis. Later it be expanded to cover possibly LSD, LBJ. DMT, cocaine, and morphine, thst the govern- fsels needs to be controlled differently than 1 (IU UIVH.IIT .t.i. (ioi'nv, The LetHbtidge Herald VOL. LXVI No. 36 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, Tt'ESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1973 PRICE: TEN CENTS THREE SECTIONS 35 PAGES I olcano's culling card rery glow fiils sky ovsr Iceland New search law planned for Canadian airports Bv HTNTKR Tlrrnld Otiana Biirfan OTTAWA Tran'-pon Mini5- !er Jean Mardiand introduced a bill in. the House of Monday calling for a search o; every person a-d ail hageage going aboard aircraft In Can- ada. The hill, an to the Act. author- ize airline personnel or govem- officials to carry out the searches to cr.tard air hijacks or uespotTs and esplofives from lives of the major airlines and tha: the comparJes be car- rying out the searches, r.o longer on a spot-check basis, al- most immediately. Ke Lhct he exTVcrs a force of specially-trained constah'.es to be the searched oi pssscncers a_id K.-.I-CT a; sir terminals c: six-iard the aircrafi. Lbe btl] searches of unsc- co.-npar-ied aL- cargo. notM that no; all arres: aad hiiaciers fcr "poliLica! reisoi-.s. "So G> v.'or'd situ- L> :5. '-ve si! the Postal job clause clarified OTTAWA iCP. Postal workers and go; erntnent ne- gctiators on talking tprnis again Monday following clari- fication of a clause that had centre of a dispute last week. Oiven chairman of a conciliaiior, board to help th? parties ivach ap-eo cl.iriftM a clause o'i Those carri-ing on their o- in their luggage wi1! be fo-eed :o srlve up or be barred fror.i the The b 11, which wnf.d on a date to le by cabutet. proves a or one year or (or anyone vioiatir.i Under it. estimate of c.wt o: taking the added neas'jres. '.vat stated the goverrcr.ert is to S'.vr.d as r.-.uch as is neoes- cpi-urn seeur- c: The bill notices to be p'acei rvh'.'o ?ir --.tt.t'gi1 rrt1 !o Tiw r...t-ot-s say or.o S'.ibf.ik to a 'i iv rhixves no; la boar.: an aircraft." PARIS (API U.S. Tho apparently iniiiaHed a Francs-Presse Tne -American arid Nonh Vi Her.n- Kissinger and Nonh Due peace ajreemen; at a here ijiay, iy iCiEsinrer bac-; to Vi'asnLnncn. ese declined to K.Tjner.; on the Fishing armada saves islanders the various fourcK avaiiab'e b sesrn 'ihat there en ending Ihe ior; and bitter Vietcsn -rar. I: not :Jte i. Ice1 an i r'-.p- An armada of fishing bosts and planes evacuated 5.0W Ice- landers early today a small island of: the southeast coasi Sj'ler z the island e-upted the viirc in historj-. By davo Jhe had reached ih-: o: the only c- Ihe island of Heiaiaey. Bui by then only iOO of 5.300 island- ers remained 10 be taken off. The sra around Keimaey Ii; up like 2 bu-y srreet by ihe lights of the hundre-ds of boats the government to tiie iiiand 75 laUes southeaf. o: Ksykjavik. Afhore la. a had rrt reached the houfej o: yel. nut sc'.'era! sWcie ihp he-s: n: Tne Lsiander? drove 'Jv--- stoci and pets to Lhe h-a-h-r and the airstrip in hopes e: gft- ting them a-vay. ;-.ci casualties reoorttd no panic. HEARS NOISES One islander. Jor. s3Jd he was up to eo fching at a.m. when he heard "terrible "Then I heard 5 siren f-tTi the clarion Laojgh: Lhere be a fire somes here J f '3 YORK lAP- Muslir.i were held without bail :n c.tnriectior. v.ith a A official called it a "tost and urped the eiertric eh..i_- for the Lhree and for thetr '.vo.nded companion who is ir. 78 mpli disrupt Lethbridae Seen and hesrd About town Iiousiiig plan builds support in The conir.lut.on Uiard tn.ijiv- ity ivjvit. by Mr. Shime and union nominee Yulliam the for .1 new contract. aio ri hy tlioir nalioiul re- ih.il iJiry rrjecl Uir re- port. By BOB DOl'lil OTTAWA iiT1 T'-o for iM-oi-os.Nl rf But, the federal said t'io "Mond.-y or.Vi-ii: 10 rvopofnl-. M.v.ir.ee r.v.n- of r.ff.iirs, said Ihe .ire. "entirely in accord" with th? new Other proposal ineludc Ivrhixxi provemerl r.e.i- communiucs and land All Iv i> poliier in .1 .iniendinc ihe Kn TO 1.1STKN tv said the r.ev- ivl'l-i.ni t.-.nti tMV o'> inanos lo: larce crar.ls no wirings .ill.iehcd I'rban Affairs MiniMu Koo -'.ni'.ned i-r, for home ivtne'Nhin. and non-profii liouMiig iroxluced in the Mr. .'-.ihl Mi grams ;