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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 TH! IEI45RIDGE HERALD TueiJoy, January 33, 1973 ___________________ News n I a s-Home added Foreign aid stressed LONDON r.euior i-ere." D o u 5 Sir Alex- Douglas- Vu-day. Ko.i'e says ilie world tnust con- He spoke at t'ie 10th amu- cr-r itself v-liii aiding devel- versary duu-.er of the Thomson orirj or financed by Cana- rmv re torsion and dijn.-born publisher Lord Thom- w.ir. scn "Tr.e world is small ir.deed In the lasi !0 years the foun- the uihabitar.ts of ii are. dation trained about sen- ior members of the newspaper ard television industries from de-.-eloping regions. t'-or '.ike it or not. lit- y dt-rrrA'-r.t on each other in; t temporary stay Spoiled rote rate doubled OTTA'.VA VF A total of the figures are ballots spoiled in would be several weeks before i.---- Oc-. federal election, all election statistics can be in J J9 per cent of ail verified. tre ba. ..v.-i replv said a few format That --rrcvrri-.T. i? -ore than f.Jr the billot is being consid- cvuMe T.e sm-.laie rate inducing an increase in rer re.-.: in iS? !9iVJ election or c; the while circie .r per cert In the 1K5 elec- utere the ballet is marked and cnanses in the rectangular The retires were re-eased by SDacM creates' er.i.T.c.-i: Monaav in a v.riiter. Cc-rsttwr; reply io Stan- !ev Knowles But any sucn changes would North Cer.tre Tito reply said need legislative action. Turner authorized advance OTTAWA Finance Sober the fund ran short M r. rcr .I--'" 'urre- tr'rl trie p; S Speaker Lticien Larnoureux "-_-j f'r" lip 'A-af io ac: u-uid such Rive--. T-e Spesker said the U.S. oil import quota abolishment suggested WASHINGTON fCP) The chairman of a Senate com- niitlee examining imporLs of oil and gas suggested Monday that Ihe United Stales abolish import quotas .on Canadian crude oil without seeking any return con- cessions from Ottawa. i Wardair i raps Controversial doz lift Canadians arrested MALAGA. Spain iheir ju-rage. ifwo, spaiusE pouce at Ma_aga Air- The girls, PaLricra Nelson. M. ___________________________________ port r.a-.e arrested two Cana- of Quebec and Margaret Veeb. e' B. Jshnscn, who died in Sen Antonio, Tex., lifled c per becgls Her' in 196- bv -re His stirred a nationwide con'rcversy cca. 5es story pac2 I. (A? VV'irep.TCf'c) clan r.ris said to ire 10 25. of Vicioria. B C., Hew bio kilos rill pouT-ds'1 of hashish in Malaga from Tangiers. Air Canada buvs plane MONTF.EAL CP Cati- ccuver. Tonrr.to and London ada announced Monday i: has ,-d between TOTJCEO purcnasec, a ne-.r Bcsinj 7-17 p._._ aircraft to :e delivered in Mav. 1S7C. Air Canada's first three The Su5-irllllon aircraft 15 re 747s. which can accerr.- ;oin ti-ree ethers en daily se-. nioiiu-ti each, :.e between pronto arc ir.io service in company fined A? The ar.cth.er preparation. Fetru'ron. r.-.aisr ar.d auventier c: Geri- effective reniedies toi. marketed as a tor per- for tiredness. Jots o: sons over 35. r.-ere fir-.ed feelins. nervousriess Kfl Monday for vioLaii--e a fed- or irritsbiiiry.'1 aA-iatiOu 180 killed in airliner crash Rcuier' Migrria': tr.t-ui'r.t to have died when a ilv-usr.in-fi: went rov.r. near a_-- crsrtered Bcetr.r of the Moscow last Oct. ;3. R'---' r-''ed Air'.be cfticiais Ln Lagcs were ic, iv-.e actual esier-; i.-vestisater. v.-eck- DilEnnii ret'urarg of ce2d. but they added o: -.vr.ai belif.-ed to re Mecca, crashed oti the Lhat only a small group of the the ctsaster ii and burst Li to flames. TM persons or, ihe flighi ,'rom worst previous crasn leek the Saudi Arabian capital of At least 1EO were 176 lives when a Soviet Aeroflot Jidda survived. A spokesman for the Jorda- nian airlines Li .Amman said he received word that tie Boeine's ilot. Captab John 'aterman. ar-d his crew were TORONTO rCPl Garih Martin, president of tre Air Crew Association of Canada, siid Monday that recmt cri'.i- by a stewardess's union cfiirial about safety on Wardair flights are rot [rue. y.r. Martin tr-ik Bob Sr.ieal. national secretary of the Canadian Flight Attendants Association, 3r.id Sunday that Wardair pilots are flying too lone and air- safer-' ruies are not beinsj en- forced. Mr. Smeal. whose union is in- volved in a labor disoute with Wardair. said on CBC's Week- end Television show that it is not tmcon-msn for Warciair pi- IGIS to work 20 hours a day. Mr. Msrtin coun.'ered that a recently-ratified agreement Wsrdair limits the airUne to schedulins pilcts and ensineers to a maximum 15- hour duty day. He said that limit is consistent with trans- port ministry regulations- Mr. Martin added, however, cockpit crews can chcose to remain oa duty longer, which is allovea by regulations. hours for cockpit occur most often in charter-flight op- e-ations when the plane is being transported without passengers or when the crew is being flown to another airport to pick up an- other fliehL There is a mandatory rest pc- rioc" of at least 10 ho'jrs and 15 minutes between flights said Mr. Martin, a la Ecinionton earlier. Tom Wardair that the e-.cesses to the 15-hour max- are ts sei'ere as .Mr. Smeal Wardair stewardesses went on strike Jsn. 12 in a dispute over working hours. Henry (Scoopl Jackson, Democratic senator from Wash- ington stale and head of the Senate interior commiitee, lold a senior state department wit- j ness Uiat the U.S. has "become I a bit abrasive11 in its relations with Canada. The quotas, which he said are a fiction ROIV because crude shipments across the border have reached near-capacity lev- els, "imnly that we don't wajit to be full partners with Jackson said. "I realize il's a sensitive Eub- ieci. but maybe we could lay the foundations for a better un- derslacdJn? by unilaterally say- ing we will remove the quotas.'1 WANTS TO BARGAIN i Willis Armstrong, assistant secretary of state for economic affairs, replied: "1 don't think Ihe Canadians would obiect, but there might b? something r.irfd from them Jackson retorted with a srrin: need oil and we need gas t.-cm. them." Armstrong, who served as economic counsellor ?.t the U.S. embsfsy in Ottawa in 1953-PCi. ioined in the laughter in the Srr.sie committee room. The Csradisn East Coast gets oil supplies from overseas sources, at least half through a frctn Portland. Me. The U.S. has linked the lilting o; ouoia restrictions on crude from Western Canada with an agreement covering disiribution of oil supplier te- Nxh tb? U.S. and Canada in ire event of a of c-verseas Ca.-sda hss sa'd the two mat- ter; are not related, although negotiations about emergency supplies are reported to have made progress. Armstrong testified Monday he hopes an agreement on emergency deliveries "could be reached fairly promptly." He said the talks "have been ram- ins along quite well." SEEK TO END QUOTAS "What we are anxious to do Is work out an arrangement tMt would render the quota jystem be said. But because energy was a po- litically sensitive question in Canada, he did not want to our negotiations more complicated by going too far in public statements." Senator Paul Fannin (Rep. Ariz.) quoted a statement by Energy Minister Donald llacdiv nalri that Canada is unwilling to pool shortages the U.S. and commented: "They're pretty lough to deal with." Armstrong replied: ''The Ca- r.adicns are hard bargainers, but I think you could easily find some Canadians who would say the Americans are hard bargai- ners, too." Licence okayed OTTAWA (CPl The Cana- dian Radio-Television Commis- sion has approved re- newal of the CTV Television Network's broadcasting Kcence- until Sept. so. 1976. T-. its decision Monday Ire fKTC corjiTne.Tj'eii the network tor its results in extending CTV service to previously unserved parts of Canada. Weather and road report SLNRISF Sl'NSET II 11 Deriin -ArfiSterdam 43 50 39 39 -in I I reived isn tood costs sF" n'd order of the Fecerai Trade Adverrisinr Asef.cy. a v h o II v Corr.TJssior. IT. whici: i; was for- o v. red subsldiarv of the Diaden to call C-erltol ard liants Conttianv. ate i Vl v said the Sky pii-acy discussious break attack. knosE hits. Ellis. S9. who becante knor.-n caticnally for hts personal winter wort i.u personal winter works scheme that initialed the Eov- ernment's ".Do it Novr" promo- fatall tion in the late !950's. nvrounoer o. tr.e Poush-Car.a. >r.a: -ears prices are Democrats ara lonservat.ves d'ai Consress. j rral co.-- rr.-ed or. tlte Loreni Boehler. sutr.ers war.t cr.eap feed at t-s .-.JV--, 3 H. world acc'airnfnr FARMER "rlesreeV 'ar.d' "to D-r. a series ci et, cfes. CP 3 -'-_--'r-v. Ona55L5. 24-> ear-old only ?on of W.JHJ..-...-. ?'jn OL A PtHODir" o f' r today of irfe Offered llat in the c.asr of private ;lane 1 11 ----r-rit I J Mcr.d5y. sources at the hospital DJilllt 1' J- I'll -T- reported. i Good inlker? vlto Burilr> rlo'Jrs l-'e'ore bs Tina .TEDF'.'INE H A'.- c's "c: the youns man's berta beef's a mother, spent most of the night plant has purchased by -reakc- he 'Derr. N.Y.I re '.vas by the of .Tair.e-- p-r.y c: 're Teceration that tlie closed had rsacl'.ed i stilrrr.ate. The two nten are not rc-la-.cd. Tre c-jrrresr-an Siid Lie co-oper- the Frer.ch :o protect :reir air A'rer.a. rr.eas'-res ha-.2 called to be taken 5: 37 FOF.ECA5T: l.ethbririge Medicine Hai- Today and >Ved- chinook CA'-jtiiness. VSiods W30 nilh stronjier Chinook winds near the mountains. Highs 15 50. Lews near 3o. Columbia! Kootenay Today: Mal-i'y with occaaos- r.l snow Cloudy v.i'l-! ir.iertttitteitt snow until everi-.c. at rimes both clays. Mild. Highs today and V.'ccresdEy S5 ;o 40. Lows u> :o to MONT Ess: of Continental 1 ir.lv cloudy ar.d mild through Gusty southwest wtrd; alorr. Hi.chs 45 to ST. excep: M-s of Conlinental cloudy througln Wednes- c'.-y. A few Wednes- drv. Kizhs S3 to tS. Lon Ida. r.y to c: the 'AMr. h.< !i2h: Ptraigio plane Pii.cued to the pound a.s u lr.oii r :ronl Athens airport Mon- i.-f i-e r-cae-i c: nf Toronto and Don- ijroS.'em.s m j- wiih aid McCusker. an American.' ;rd davo'ooirj in uore also injured. liurine th" hospital spokesman said t. c" 3 MfC'iskcr's condition w.ls rrili- -L e' a "l bli: with a head injury, w.is recovering. :'ion autr.oriied a worldwide north u' ICAO did mt produce ar. satis- Tl-.e has pro- a b'll pro- i'i'? the deatli for hi- authorize the presicer.1. v_5perd sir m any t.-e city cor.- tr.'? nnnt 'o in tax. L. C1 -.i7 t1 ,f r f'i" A! c-ia Cvirv ..r.ic-s v.tM on a n-.otion that con-'.i- ?T i-- "--ri a r: Ire [i de.-lroxs l Your Headquarters for STOCK WATERERS YARD HYDRANTS Seed discounts on all yard and farm water systems We take barley in trade at bushel GENEPxAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1 141 or TODVV COl'RTtSY 01' AMA In CcnverjuroV' wKch action w.is not laknn ar.d c'ar.ora'e 0- r; r ce fros I, anyo-c ho nnd h.is s.ir.cnonod and :n s.iid. "1 _ All hiehwr.ys in Uie I cth- to n .'i .l-or 'r' "ro 1 tro tin.: i.i i-.ovci1. nr.d few slip- Trans f..o Bar.ff-Radiuni and Ba.ill- Ii.vfii.'Mir< tl-.o _ fMilT'? Cf UNTRV (Open.eg CoiitU linwarrl Mvki-n M-.n.is i< a m 10 Monntam ;