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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE JUiy News in brief will gel support' OTTAWA Robert Stanfield says a minority Pro- gressive Conservative govern- ment will find enough Com- mons support to pass its wage and price controls policy despite the stated opposition to the program by all other parties In an interview shown Tues- day on CBC Mr. Stanfield said that a new minority government com- mands more than a party that has slipped from a majority to a minority position. Explosion kills 18 BILBAO. Spain The death toll in an explosion which ripped through a dyna- mite factory near here rose to 18 today when three more workers died from their in- juries. Informed sources said at least 100 persons were in- some seriously. The explosion occurred Tuesday night in a section of the Union Explosivos Rio Tinto factory at five miles from here. South Koreans sink boat SEOUL A South Korean patrol boat sank a three-ton vessel thought to be a North Korean spy boat after a 50-minute battle of the southern port of Pusan Tues- day the South Korean defence ministry announced todav The ministry's counter- espionage operations com- mand said the North Korean boat was sunk about 20 miles off the coast It said a crew member of the patrol boat was killed and three others wounded 'Money was legal fees' WASHINGTON White House lawyer James St. Clair is preparing to call his lirst witnesses in the House of Representatives judiciary committee impeachment in- focusing again on the payment of to con- victed Watergate conspirator Howard Hunt. St Clair hopes to convince the committee today that the money was for legal not to keep Hunt quiet. He used the same argument last week in presenting documentary de- fence material. Engineer saves toddler BOSTON BAR. BC An alert Canadian National Railways engineer spotted an 18 month old boy on the tracks in front of his freight train as it thundered through the Fraser Canyon to Boston Bar Tuesday night. Larry Omachinski halted the train and rescued Francis a little mosquito bitten but otherwise alright. Pilot error blamed B.C An RCMP spokesman said Tuesday pilot error was to blame for the crash of a plane 20 miles southeast of here which killed two persons The spokesman said light planes flying at less than feet when entering the valley where the crash occurred can't rise fast enough to avoid Apex into which the plane crashed Monday. Snipers wound two WHITE ROCK. B.C. RCMP were holding two juveniles for questioning and had recovered a .22 calibre rifle believed to have been used in a sniping incident Tuesday that left two persons with bullet wounds According to at least four bullets were fired Tuesday afternoon from a nearby bluff at sunbathers on the White Rock Beach. The range was about 250 yards. Workers accept contract VANCOUVER Construction worker3 began returning to job sites throughout British Columbia but picket lines set up by the International Brotherhood of Electoral Workers were still stalling several large projects in the B.C. lower mainland Ten unions which bargain jointly voted 79 per cent Fri- day to accept a new two year contract with the construction labor relations association. Murder suspect deported VICTORIA -Kenneth Anthony Zadel. a 38 year old Chicago native who has been living in B.C Tuesday was deported to the United States where he is wanted for inter state flight to avoid prosecution for Death murder and armed robbery. He was taken by Canadian immigration authorities by ferry to Port where he was turned over to the FBI. BRIDGE RUG DRAPES LTD. FREE ESTIMATES Phone 329-4722 COLLEGE MALL 78. journalist at the Winnipeg Tribune for 39 years. Rocky R. 61. head of the CBC's Maritime region for 14 years until retirement in 1973. Hecklers add spice to routine campaign A ride to the polls The van shown above will have a busy schedule election July 8. In co-operation with the four political parties contesting the election the Lethbridge Aid for Disabled and Elderly Citizens organization will be busing physically handicapped citizens to the polls. Frank of 2711 21st Ave. S. m the wheelchair and Doug of 1024 12th St. B S. demonstrate the vehicle's electric wheelchair hoist. Manned by two experienced the van will be available between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. to pick up voters at their residences. The free service can be arranged by calling LADEC at 327-8252 before or on election day. A call to any one of the party campaign headquarters will also bring the van to the door. Lang woos westerners with Liberal proposals WESTLOCK. Alta. Justice Minister Otto Lang made his first 1974 federal election campaign foray into the Conservative stronghold of Alberta lending support to the campaign of Liberal candidate John Borger in Pembina con- stituency. Repeatedly during the one day tour that saw him attend a news conference in Edmon- mainstreet in Fort speak to rodeo fans at Thorhild and have supper at a public meeting here. Mr. Lang talked about federal programs he said will help western Canada. He cited the party's new transportation policy design- ed to make freight rates more a program to upgrade production in Saskatchewan to make the west nearly self sufficient in steel and the Liberals' propos- ed grains income stabilization program. The only Liberal elected in 1972 between Winnipeg and Mr. Lang pleaded for support show us that at least we're on the right Following a news con- ference in his 15- car cavalcade stopped briefly at Fort Saskatchewan where he met farmers on the main street. Several farmers among the small crows that turned out to meet him said they were not impressed. One said Mr. Lang spoke to him about the importance of upgrading the steel industry in what's worrying us here is our in- ability to move Rudy a district said Mr Lang gave evasive about grain movement Wins prize BERLIN A Cana- dian The Apprenticeship of Duddy was presented the top Golden Bear award Tuesday night as best feature entry in the 24th an- nual Berlin Film Festival. By DOUG SMALL The CANADIAN PRESS Hecklers confronted all three major party leaders adding spice to an otherwise routine campaign day. Prime Minister Trudeau was booed in the Quebec riding of Montreal Lafontaine. New Democratic Party Leader David Lewis ran into a philosophic heckler in Calgary and Progressive Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield had a Winnipeg speech interrupted by a fist fight. The incidents occurred as the three began the final lap in the July 8 race for votes. Mr. Trudeau ran into heavy heckling and booing at a stop during a swing through four Quebec ridings prior to a flight to B.C. He visited the Montreal-La- fontaine riding for about 20 minutes in aid of the can- didacy of 20-year-old Claude Andre son of retir- ing Liberal MP Georges Lachance. The younger Lachence's bid for' office has caused some dissension in the riding. There have been complaints that the senior Lachance has merely handed the constituency over to his son. BACKS CITIZENS Mr. Lewis was interrupted during a routine speech in which he told supporters that the NDP was the only party willing to stand up for the average citizen against big business. Canadians will ask themselves how so sensi- ble and fair an election program as we have presented is rejected out of hand by the other he told an evening rally. But one middle-aged Doug Colombe of who said he worked for the Conservative countered the Lewis philosophy with one of his own. do they have to take the stars out of the sky so we can't have a star to reach he apparently referring to any steps that would curtail free enterprise in the country. Mr. Lewis won a noisy ova- tion when he called the man a corporate welfare bum. In Mr. Stanfield was nicely into another attack on the prime minister and eas- ily handling hecklers when the Fist fight broke out between party workers and a man who later identified himself as Darin Sorenson of Winnipeg. Mr. who denied he was working for other par- ty was hustled out of the large meeting room in a city hotel. He said he was trying to get Ehrlichman's only 'Don't let it be traced9 WASHINGTON John Ehrlichman's only cau- tion in approving a break-in into the office of Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist was to make sure the operation would not be traced to the White says plumbers trial testimony. Former Ehrlichman aides David Young and Egil Krogh agreed Tuesday that the possible illegality of the breakin at Dr. Lewis Fielding's Beverly office was never raised beforehand. In separate testimony Tues- both men were unable to recall using such explicit terms as burglary or break-in in seeking approval from Ehrlichman for the Sept. illegal search for Ellsberg's psychiatric recordSj who traded immuni- ty from prosecution in ex- change for his was cross-examined Tuesday. who pleaded guilty and served months of a six- month jail term for plotting the returns to the Trade In Your OLD WIG and SAVE stand for questions from defence lawyers today. In addition to the charge of conspiracy to violate Fielding's Ehrlichman. once President Nixon's principal domestic af- fairs also is charged on four counts of lying to the FBI and a federal grand jury. Three other defendants in the case are Gordon Liddy and Miamians Bernard Barker and Eugenio Martinez. Krcgh told of being given the special assignment of tracking down and discover- ing the reasons for a rash of national security leaks to the press in 1970 and 1971 and said he and Young organized the special White House investigative unit known as the plumbers. Krogh quoted Ehrlichman as saying the president was deeply worried because serious national security issues were at In a series of memos sent to' Ehrlichman and meetings with Krogh said a clandestine operation was proposed. To obtain Krogh assurance had to be given it was not four days before the break-in Young and Krogh called then vaca- tioning in Cape Mass. In fear the phone might be Krogh said he avoided explicit language. The prosecutor then asked gave authorization to go Krogh ON THE PURCHASE OF ANY NEW WIG Your Trade In Is Acceptable Regardless of Condition or Age r i.dyraj noRmfln cosmETic BOUTIQUE Gifts Wigs Perfumes Uall 44A..-IC9C All Sales Final No Exchanges No Refunds THERE WILL BE A CHALLENGING DISCUSSION OF CHANGING RELIGIOUS FADS VERSUS UNCHANGING BIBLE DOCTRINE CHURCH Of CHRIST Corner of 21 Ave. and 28 St. SoMth LETHBRIOGE July 1 through 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Sunday Guest LOWELL D. WILLIAMS OPPORTUNITY will be given for QUESTIONS and DISCUSSION from audience answers to questions about Conservative wage and price controls policy. In his Mr. Stanfield called on voters to love Prime Minister but to sup- port Conservatives in the elec- tion. He told a cheering crowd of about that the Liberals were trying to buy voters with taxpayers money and that they were exploiting prejudice in Quebec. He described as despicable a Liberal campaign advertise- ment in Quebec that refers to and Mr. Social Credit Leader Real Caouette cam- paigned over the air waves in telling open-line ra- dio-show audiences that his party could benefit from a wave of support to improve its standings in Montreal. hope the Conservatives in Montreal will win sufficient votes from the Liberals to allow my candidates to wind their way between the two parties and carry away vic- Mr. Caouette said. RCMP seize guns shipped to Irish TORONTO An RCMP spokesman said Tues- day that several illegal shipments of weapons have been seized in four southern Ontario centres and seven men born in Ireland have been arrested. RCMP said they believe the shipments were destined for the Provisional wing of the Irish Republican which is waging a guerrilla war against the British in Northern Ireland. Inspector George Scott said a semi- automatic hand Sten guns and parts were seized in recent raids in St. Catharines. Tavistock and Toronto and at the United States border at Windsor Literature seized in the raids indicated that the weapons were to be shipped to the IRA in some via the he said Six of the seven arrested were born in the Northern Ire- land capital of police said All have been charged with conspiracy to export arms Joseph 51. of Garden City. Mich was arrested Monday on the Ambassador Bridge between Windsor and Detroit as he was attempting to leave Canada Fifteen high-power rifles of the type issued to NATO forces and manufactured by the Fabrique Nationale in Belgium were an RCMP spokesman in Wind- sor said. Newscasts cut short NEW YORK American television reporters were abruptly cut off Tuesday as they tried to send by satellite from Moscow filmed interviews with Soviet dissi- dent physicist Andrei Sakha rov. Both NBC's John Dancy and ABC's Harry Reasoner were interrupted in midsentence as their telecasts were being re- ceived via satellite in network newsrooms here shortly after 5-30 p.m. Candidates' calendar BESSIE New Democrat Tonight All candidates' forum on CFCN TV at 8 p.m Thursday morning Campaigning in Nobleford Thursday afternoon Campaigning in Pincher Creek and Granum Thursday evening Campaigning in Lethbndge. Friday morning Campaigning in Coaldale. Friday afternoon and evening Campaigning in Lethbridge. SVEN Liberal Tonight All candidates' forum on CFCN TV at 8 p m. KEN Progressive Conservative Tonight All candidates' forum on CFCN TV at 8 p.m Thursday morning Campaigning door-to-door in Lethbridge. Thursday afternoon Visiting homes for the aged in city. then attending centennial celebrations in Fort Macleod. VERN Social Credit Tonight All candidates' forum on CFCN TV at 8 p m Thursday morning Visiting Devon nursing home in Lethbridge at a.m. Friday morning Attending the Little Royal Show ad Mid- night Days in Fort Macleod. Out of Respect for the Late MRS. HELEN HARRIS WESCAN IRRIGATION PUMP LTD. 2351 2nd Ave. Lethbridge Will Be Closed July 4 from 12 Noon Sears CORRECTIONS In our Warehouse Sale appearing in The Lethbridge Herald on July 3rd On page 8 the 7 piece Dinette Suite No. 27791 should have read 144.08 not 159.98 as advertised. On page 9 the 5 place Dinette Suite No. 25248 should have read 129.09 not 159.95 as advertised. On page 15 the paint Item Latex Semi Gloss Should have read gallons Reg. quarts Reg. The wallpaper item should have been deleted ;