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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETH8RIDGE HERALD Tnunday, January 55. 1975 News in brief IV meeting, urzed UNITED NATIONS (Reuter' Zambia called Wednesday 21 urgont meeting of the Se- Council. charging 01 aggression" by recently closed re-rue: between the t'.vo cowries and ;e: up a blockade. Informeil sources said the 13- r.ation UN body would take up j the charges at a meeting Moil-' day. closed it? (wrier with Zar.'.bia in the wuko o; in- cidents involving black Aincan nationalist i Lottery probe approved VITTOFvIA T're four nejterr- pro', luces Wednesday apr-rcvcd a.i b'.esiination of a cooperative iouery i-T Manhc- ia. Alberta aid Columbia :o raise {tine's srorts. recreation, cultural si-..; leisure activities. rl a s Schmid, minister of culture. youih and recres-c- in Alberta, said the four provinces have a common interest ir. cul-: tural and recreation. "Therefore we can have the common gca! of seeing that our Decpie are well looked after, he said. Fraud charges laid EDMONTON CP A ccn- parv b u i i d ing prefabricated its president and ixti'.er Wednesday ri-r- fri'jdi--.g five persons cf a to- in down payments Zari-ec Industries John Ceo.-ce Ivor Bury. 37. pf Park. Alra.. 2nd Brian VVavrve Farrell. !0. and Stanley 30. oi Cal-' gary. v-ere remanded to Feb. 12 by provincial court J-dte C. Couj'-'n. Wage dispute settled i VAXCOLVER Long- shoremen British Columbia r5ve vnrrd 7.1 per cent 5 r.C'v ccr.- c- J-e 3' rute involving 3.2CO union mem- bers on the -vest coast. The settlement is based on terms recommended by Senator Hastings against return of death penalty By JACKSON' Ilrrnld Ottawa Bureau i Hie death penalty would be a live in cities, 73 per cent con- 'step back in time. Jcentraled in only n major is an increasing tendency cities. KINGSTON. Out. Calgary on ,he parl ol socjety to lash i crowded urban population Senator Earl Hastings ttednes-! out unthinkingly, to summarily creates a high level of nervous day launched a slashing attack against Canadians who want to treat symptoms Hilhout facing real problems and causes. This bring back the death penalty by yery' jendency is a protection saying it would simply "en- j the "unpleasant truths hance mankind's inherent bru-1 mav exist within our la'ity." "he said. Speaking to the Quarter Cen-! senator tury Group at Millhavcn claimed that "to put violent of- Penitentiary, Sen. Hastings fenders "either a pine box, Lib-Palliser Foothills also concrete v-omb or prison" is a i criticizied people who place all, Eegative reaction. stress end resultant damaging effect to the individual dignity He said violent offenders i were basically victims of "mind g goodbye of a human being, to his impop lance and self respect as a per- son. "With the loss of individual sell-respect and dignity the door is opened to even- self assertive and socially taxing action imag- said Sen. Hastings. He warned too that because of the new stresses it is esti- mated that one out of every ten babies bom today is headed for a mental institution or prison. The senator said to bring back the death penalty is to for- _ get that "violence begets vie- ____......__like a malignant i lecce'1 and it simply cannot be Sen. Hastings said it is clear 1 goes about its de- a viable logical answer to mur- that the "rampant violence" of; stnictive and gnawing work o'er. recent years has brought about', ternble efficiency. _______________ Sen. Hastings urged people to remember that some people who can't cope with the stresses of today's world are ".'aDing by the wayside" as victims of this sickness. "How many oE these offend- ers committed crimes instead of taking tranquillizers or com- mitting suicide? How many have taken this contra-social road to relieve the pressures of failure and to escape a world that has gone beyond their abil- ity of he asked. The former president of both the Caljary ar.d Albrefa Liberal the blame for murders on the offender by claiming they are "bom to kill" and are wholly responsible for their actions. Claimed the Liberal senator: I "Murder is an unnatural and I it" deep within the abnormal act to which environ- the disease that was hid- ment and social conditions are den gpj jjnjost forgotten was the major contributing factors." j nevertheles: calls for a return to capital pun- ishment. He thought re-institution of doctors let sou told to die c- Rciul: o; tne vote. Wednesday, ends a lengthy Dattle forest {ire KEY5TOXT.. S.D. AF -The V S. Fores: Service said Wed- nesday z. to M -ire "as out of centre.! in the Blacs Hills Naricna! Gather testimonv -e r.5 crc ret Nugent, o-.d Rcbb. Burial in Tcxa- of Rapid C.v- A spc'-iestttar: for the forest service ssii the fire v--as lo- cated about rv'e? frc-n Clrv near Thousands pay LBJ tribute OLYVPIA. Yv'ash. V.'ednesrisy tegen taidr.g a long. erne'.ion-laced look at the possibility of brir.sir.s the gal- icris IOTA'S back use. capi: Se-iare bi'Ls Meeting planned teiuzicr.y irorn 'legislators. IC'.T erjorcr- zieir. official ar.d private ci'-i- the topic h ial r. i esss hiij -.v-.ere he ssr :o and over he presided ATHENS f API 4lHis brain destroyed and his features completely disfigured." So Arif-' associations said many persons totle Ona5sis told the doctors found overcrowding and the ret i? keep his only son alive gnawing urban sprsirl offensive (cr P. iev.- more days. and menacing Lo health and de- Alexandras Orussif. 2-1. died stnictive to mind. Tuesday of injuries suffered HS hinted of worse to come as wlien his r.ew amphibious plane crEs'nod as it was taking oii from At hers airport. Surgeons _ declared him beyond i akhcuEih his heart was besting fair.'.iy, but they said he could _ be kept alive lor three or four "V-'e decided ws> in the C-rcfk shiDpbe told a conierence Wednes- dav killb; tcccrurs as OTTAWA fCF) Health Mn-. Marc Lalonde said V. ednescav in the Conmocs t.-.a; he v-il rr.est '-ith ris cro- Friday. Feb. ir. Ottawa to discu35 changes in old age pension leg- is'ation. B-J: he Heath .Macouari-ie that the r.eeun; be for consullative purposes ociy. The govenaent intends to proceed socn uuh ir.e federal leEslaucn would corae so.-etLT.o after the PRESIDENT ATTKVCFn Prcsic--: End ri5 Z-errEl crea Sharp and siibstsrce rcf ve :ne approval oi the r-V- rrcrr 'r.e 1-i't BENY'S SERVICE ADVISORS ANDT PONECH EffecHve Through Sat., Feb. 24 lo support gov't UIF bill CZ7 OTTAV.'A T-e diior- Libi-al dav was assured or 2 bill :o re- MINOR Ti cyl. models We replace: -PLUGS -CONDENSER -FUJI FUTER Reg. 37.10 SAVE SPECIAL 31 8 cy! models G. Ba-G7.i-i PC; Hou.-e --CSNT5 -CONDENSED -FUEL FIITES Req. 40.25 SAVE SPECIAL WE ALSO TEST, CHECK AND SERVICE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS. -STARTER -COMPBESSIOM -DISTRIBUTOR -VO17AGE REGUijUO? -HEAT RISER VALVE -FUEL PUMP -AIR POUUT10N CONTROL (P.C.V.) -SPARK PLUG WIRES -SOT01 AND DI57 CA AITERNATOR OB GENESATCS -BELTS -ADJUST CARBURETOR -AIR CLEANER -ROAD TEST Dy THE CA.VADIA.V PRESS Tokyo MasiEO Obha, 13. V.YrM ilv- champion, in a car acci- con' Tnronin 77. .-..i.r-' iind 2 radio program. SERVICE DEPARTMENT 2nd Ave. and 8th Street S. Phone 328-1101 OLIVETTI CANADA LIMITED Is now accepting APPLICATIONS from young men inferesled in a marketing or management career. For appointment phone Mr. D. J. McDowell 377-2555 be oat that in 50 years lirr.e it is estimated some M cen: of Canada's population voLl TWO HILLS (CP) A chaise against Cclar.ese Canada Ltd. of discharging chlorine bleach into the North Saskatchewan Kiver near Edmonton has been quashed because of "am- bigiiitv1' u Alberta's Clean Water Proracial Judge M. W. Hop- kins ruled Wednesday the am- left "reasonable doubi in my mind respec'ang the in- tent of the legislation." "Ii is uiereioie ray IbdiEC thst the information herein fails to set out an offence known to lav." T.-SS cVarged by Aioer'3 eovemmerit last falL Monday at his 5Cn raacn ci the age of 64. :-TT.: wf'.kc.-i pas" ;he coffin. ;ve b. :r.e from the CID :ol lo the church. Mrs. r. son, serenely, by the rest of the firmer raised Ms hand in Nine Jc-hr. F. Ker-r.ecy. "V.'e vere vere letting die. There is no questios oi rjercy here even if his son had lived, he wou'-d have been ss a human being. "His brain was destroyed ?-id features cornple'ely Nothing could be aox for hia.'' Weather and road report SUNRISE FRIDAY 39 63 propiin ard L'.VO bv cabi- bs: yes-. R-bcn 5a.d urter.i be considered be- ihe Lnsur- has i-? -vhich gover-j- -3 S; uc "b iiivp.- ri.ryee :o The LiSl year Ir.e in aa ire es say Gov't plans proi'ince-ii'ide meat inspection FD.'.yOVTON CF T-e s-i'J z province-'.vide of meat isspection in Feb- A cabL-.e'. order Ewrlaising ;r.e Meat Ac: re- quire; that all .-o'd for be by a pro-s-irciai i! i: has roc already had federal inspc-cticn. ar.r.ualiy Abou; 8.1 re.- car; of ed in .Vibsrta i- federally L-- Lethbridje Pir.cher Creek Mecicir.e Ha: Ed.iioaJoa CoronEtion Csisary VicUiris P.-..-ic--' RureJ. Prlr-ce H L FORECAST: M ;9 Leihbrid.ce-Calgjrr To- ?1 dny: Cloudy periods. Snow- 72 shower? msinly near the i? mountains. Wind? wrsl to west og Donhwest and ffnsty. Highs 19 35-in. Lows near 20. Friday: "i Mainly sunny. Hishs near 3P- Medicine Hal Todav: y, suTL-v. Hishs 30-40. i- 'Friday. -r Kgh? H. -5 Koolcnay-Tolunibia clo-jdv periods arvi Hifhs both days errjizht iO'Vo 15 to Frtcericlon Chicago York Li.r.'.r.celes Las Lor.-1-.-i MONTANA of ComineDla] Dinde V.'i.lely showers today fcaiicred tc- rlgh: and Friday, fol-der Fri- day. Highs '.ooay 35 to 45. Low? 15 to 25 except upper Ms sc_-_- Highi Friday ;o rf Divide Scattered sno'.v decreas- irg Partly c.oudy v 1'le'y fj'jrrics High? 'Funuv jiionev opponent dies ;a'd or_y ho> ihe rlunl :o ir.arie chases ir: 'er.sla'.nn it ar.d ire gcrverrjrier.t de- ceivM the p'Jblic by r.o; bringing the srortare hefo'e Farl! prior to the 3 federal elec- nrr.r-dment under the i s for of the S'-'dsl scrip morey scherr.e. died here. Dr C-rar.t obtained aji b- Alrerta S'jprcrne Court at that ti.-e forbidding the City of Edmonton accept what became known as "funny rr.or.5V.'1 For Sale Used Industrial Trailers, Kitchens, Washcars, Offices, Bunkhouses, Diners ond Motel Units. CONTACT: BRIAN WILSON ATCO (Wcitern) lid. Phong Calgary 243-1101 HAYBUSTER GRINDERS Grindi-g a-d c-l-ing ho and c-a n sim-jl- is an ex- clurive feature of t-e Model' RUGGED VERSATILE Eesl describe, a HA'flUSTER Tub Grinc'er. The only machine that will grind your IcoiC hay, balei crop residue, imall o'ai-J, cob ccrn. iriell corn ond h'qh mois'ure corn equally well. A demonstration can be crranged on your farm GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1141 OFFICTU, AS OF A.M. TODAY COL-RTEJV OK A.MA All hchways in If'A. i.ruice nro in IliRhwjy, Calcary to Banff. mostly bare with some PORTS OF 'Onc.i.i Wildborsc, B a.m. lo i p.m. to .i and l luphivayj arc in condition. go.xj Co-'inp'i: Conns IH-I .1 n; :.p P p m Kinc-cr.ic. ll.r n ;