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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 LETHBRIDGE HERALD July 1974 News in brief Calgary Stampede opens Dief expects Grit-NDP coalition CALGARY Clear skies and sunshine greeted the opening day of the 1974 Calgary Exhibition and Stampede Thursday as the oil capital of Canada started another 10 days of fun ex- travaganza of chuckwagon parade and the warm western smile. The first-day gate of was considerably less than the number of who visited Stampede Park the opening day of last year. Officials said one reason could be that many potential visitors stayed at home for next Monday's federal election. Youths protest at Expo Wash. About 15 shouting demonstrators were arrested Thursday by police outside the Expo '74 grounds after they burned an exposition flag to protest what they called the commercialism of the world's fair. burn down with one youth shouted as he touched a match to an Expo 74 flag with a dollar sign on it. VC brings record price LONDON A Cana- dian Victoria Cross auctioned today al Sotheby's was bought by Spmk. the London coin and medal on behalf of the Stephen B. Roman Foun- dation of Toronto The price paid was nearly twice the previous world record for a VC. U.S. recalls ambassador ANKARA The United States today recalled its ambassador here following Turkey's decision to scrap the U S sponsored ban on opium- poppy a well- informed source said. Deaths By the CANADIAN PRESS New York Samuel Roth. 79. publisher and defendant in a hallmark U S Supreme Court pornography of heart failure Ariz. Del E. BRIDGE RUG DRAPES LTD. FREE ESTIMATES Phone 329-4722 COLLEGE He told Reuters that the am- William is returning to Washington for a detailed review of the entire range ot U.S.-Turkish relations. Webb. 75. former owner of the New York of com- plications resulting from cancer surgery. Beirut Haj Amin el Hus- seini. 80. former grand mufti of Jerusalem Toronto Hon. Colin William George 83. former liberal cabinet minister under Mackenzie King and Louis St. Laurent. Saint N.B. D. King Hazen. 88. well-known lawyer and former member of Parlia- ment. Mourning paralyzes Argentina BUENOS AIRES Argentine business and labor leaders pledged today to get the country moving again after three days of paralysis in mourning for the late President Juan Peron. The major problem was to restock food stores which ran short of many essential items while delivery services were suspended. The body of who died last Monday aged is lying in the chapel of the presidential residence in the suburb of where it was taken Thursday after lying in state in the Congress building for almost two days. A simple funeral service was but the body was not buried. It is being embalmed and will be laid out again in about fortnight's time to allow people who could not get to the Congress to pay their last respects. WIDOW RESTS Peron's widow and successor as Maria Estela has no official engagements planned during the remainder of this week. Mrs. has received declarations of support from all the country's major power groups and even left-wing opponents within the broadly- based Peronist movement have pledged their allegiance to the constitutional process which made her president. But most observers believe that after a period of truce in honor of leaders of the different factions will resume their sometimes violent struggle for ultimate control of without RANKS 19TH Arkansas ranks 19th among the United States in cultivated area with a total of acres in crop land. Scientists find second 'black hole in space9 Mass. Astronomers who claimed a year ago to have discovered a mysterious in space say they may have found a second further evidence that such things exist. In a black hole is the final stage of a dying star several times larger than the sun. As the star collapses into becoming smaller and its mass compacts and its gravity becomes so strong that surrounding matter is pulled into it. Since the gravity is so strong that not even light can the dying star appears to be a black area in a field of hence the name Using data from an astronomy satellite scientists of the Centre for Astrophysics here say they have detected radiation from a star they call Circinus X-l with characteristics similar to the suspected black hole they discovered last year. These objects are fascinating to scientists because theory says the normal rules of time and space do not apply within the conditions of a black hole. Prof. Richard Giaconni of Harvard leader of the team claiming the says the existence of a second black hole is important in arguing that the objects exist. To be a black an object must have a measurable mass. The mass can be determined by measuring the effects of its gravity on the motion of another preferably a visible one. This was the case of the first suspected black Cygnus which rotates around a visible star. Sea law meet faces division CARACAS The United Nations Law of the Sea Conference faces a possible major split over an Arab League demand for participation by the Palestinian Liberation Organ- ization and other recognized liberation movements. The call was put to the con- ference Thursday by Arab League delegate Mamdouh Azzam. He said equity and justice demand the presence of liberation movements to in the formulation of the new regime of the ot which they will become parties once their national aspirations are Ambassador Noureddine the Algerian assistant secretary-general of the Organization of African Unity which is backing the Arab League's indicated that the issue is likely to be put to the conference next week. If it it may break the so- called agree- for the conference to reach a consensus on all sub- stantive issues. Israel's chief Amiel told reporters later that efforts to seat the liberation movements are illegal and might plunge the conference into useless political wrangles. By DOUG SMALL The CANADIAN PRESS For Progressive Con- Thursday was a day of mixed predictions. Party leader Robert Stanfield told his largest rally of the gathering of from 13 Quebec ridings in St. he would win the greatest number of the 264 federal seats in Monday's general vote. But his former prime minister John said during campaign appearances at Duck that the Liberals and New Democratic Party would form a coalition government if the election fails to produce a majority government. Mr. obviously heartened by his reception in a province that elected only two Conservatives from its 74 ridings in the 1972 said he would form a majority if he gained enough support from Quebec. But he would win the greatest number of Commons seats regardless. during a television appearance at he said Prime Minister Trudeau would be constitutionally entitled to retain power in a minority Parliament even though his party might have fewer seats than the Conservatives. SHOULD RESIGN THEN Although it would be much more clean cut for the prime minister to resign in such a situation. Mr. Stanfield there are historical precedents for a party winning fewer seats than another to remain in power. Former prime minister W. L. Mackenzie King continued in office with the help of an opposition party despite having fewer seats than Conservatives in 1925. Mr Diefenbaker said he based his prediction for an NDP-Liberal coalition on comments made by NDP MPs He said New Democrat members feel their presence in a federal cabinet would bring about a Parliament with a longer life than that of the minority Liberal government defeated in May NDP Leader David Lewis said earlier this week that a coalition with either of the two major parties was out of the question this But Mr. Trudeau said Firestone workers walk off jobs But there is neither East nor nor nor When two strong men stand face to Though they come from the ends of the Kipling Sven Liberal Inserted by the Lethbridge Federal Liberal Association T X CALGARY Workers at Calgary's Firestone tire and rubber plant walked out en masse Thursday despite a provincial board of industrial relations ruling that a partial now three weeks was illegal. Bob acting negotiator for the United Rubber Local said the workers took the ac- tion for a variety of including the dismissal of Dave a leader of the partial walkout. Mr. who stayed at the top of the company's 200- foot water tower for four days to protest management refusal to negotiate union demands for cost-of-living allowances and better shift and over-time was fired by the company earlier this week. Management said Mr. Schiedel was fired for insubor- dination. Police arrest kidnap suspect Calif. Authorities were silent today about clues that led them to a brawny woodcutter sought in a triple slaying and the kid- napping of three other per- sons. John Wayne was arrested in this Northern California mountain town late Thursday by FBI agents and sheriff's deputies. The FBI said he was armed with a .45- calibre automatic pistol but offered no resistance. Card's arrest came 10 hours after a widow and her two kidnapped last escaped from chains in a forest and walked to a ranger station. Card was wanted for investigation in the slayings last Friday of a Willows his wife and daughter. Authorities said he will be booked for investiga- tion in the kidnappings and the slayings after being transferred to Willows in Glenn about 100 miles later today. Authorities would not dis- close the source or nature of the tip that led them to Truckee in the Sierra Nevadas 70 miles southwest of and the arrest of the six- 240-pound Card. THE PASSPORT FACTORY 5 min Service on Passporl. Citizenship. I.D. and Visa PHOTOS Upstairs Suite E 303-5th So. 328-9344 THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION REQUIRES BOOK KEEPER Fully experienced in Accounting. Payroll and monthly Financial Statements. MANAGER at 327-6644 earlier he rule out in such a government in another minority though he added that neither he nor the Canadian people would be interested in such a government. The question of coalition was one that would have to be put to the who were afraid of being the prime minister completed his last western getting a resounding send-off from Saskatchewan Liberal Leader Davey Steuart at several provincial stops. At in the Assiniboia riding held in the last Parliament by New Democrat Bill the prime minister said the Liberal party learned some- thing in the 1972 election. learned that the West didn't trust the Liberal party But Mr. Trudeau added that a great deal of effort has gone into solving regional problems during the 18 months since the 1972 election. The prime minister made his foray into Saskatchewan following a swing through British Columbia. He remained in Regina overnight prior to moving back into Ontario for the duration of the campaign. Mr Lewis also began working his way east winding up his last western swing with appearances in Winnipeg and the northern Manitoba community of The Pas. At he spent the noon-hour mainstreeting among crowds on busy Portage upsetting at least two citizens. One. an elderly man. com- out of my way. I'm for And a woman stopped while Mr. Lewis and followers crossed an intersection against a red cracked. in hell is this. I haven't got all day Most passersby wished him well Former PoW lauds anti-war efforts WASHINGTON With a Viet Cong flag to his a North Vietnamese flag to his left and the White House behind former prisoner of war John Young shouted his thanks to those Americans who demon- Protection agreement signed OTTAWA Canada has signed an international agreement restricting trade in endangered animal and plant the environment department announced Thur- sday. Environment Minister Jack Davis called the agreement giant step forward in our efforts to protect endangered plants and animals from the depredations of illicit trade strated against the Vietnam war. only thing that brought us home was the struggle ol the Vietnamese people and the American people in the he said Thursday at a rally that attracted about persons The organized by the Vietnam Veterans Against the War-Winter Soldier Organ- capped four days of demonstrations. The demonstrators demanded amnesty for war improved veterans benefits and an end to aid to South Vietnam and and the removal of President Nixon from office There was no violence re- ported during the four-mile march Thursday from the Capitol Mall to the Lincoln Memorial and with a stop tor the rally on the Ellipse near the White House. GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge...... 75 54 Pincher Creek 70 43 Medicine Hat 78 55 Edmonton 69 49 .30 Grande Prairie 63 38 .06 Banff.......C4 47 02 Calgary......... 71 47 Victoria 63 47 Prince George 58 44 .47 Kamloops....... 75 47 Vancouver 64 49 Saskatoon....... 79 49 Regina.......85 51 Medicine Hat Regions Cloudy. Showers and thundershowers this afternoon and evening. Winds brisk westerly. Highs 70 to 75. Mainly cloudy with showers. Lows near 50. Highs 65 to 70. Calgary Regions Today and Mainly cloudy with showers. A few thnndershowers during the afternoon and evening. Brisk northwesterly winds. Highs today 65 to 70. Lows tonight near 45. Highs tomorrow mid- 603. Kootenay Regions Mainly cloudy with a few showers Risk of afternoon and evening thundershowers. Sunny with afternoon cloudy periods. Highs today and 65 to 75. Lows tonight 45 to 50. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Scattered showers or thunderstorms west mostly fair and warm east today. Showers and scattered thunderstorms most areas Saturday with cooler temperatures. Highs today 80 to 90. Lows tonight 50 to 60. Highs Saturday 75 to 85. West of Continental Divide Scattered showers or thunderstorms today and Saturday. Continued mild. Highs both days 70 to 80. Lows tonight 45 to 55. CROWN ROCK PICKERS HYDRAULIC DRIVEN ROTARY Now is the time to buy a rotary or the 400 Crown Rock Picker while at SPRING PRICES See Ken Thompson or Ken Dlckson At GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Couttt Highway Box 1202 328-1141 PORTS OF ENTRY opening and closing Carway 6 a.m. to 12 Chief Mountain 7 a.m. to 10 Coutts open 24 Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 9 Kingsgate open 24 Porthill-Rykerts 7 a.m. to 2 8 a.m. to 9 Rooseville 8 a.m. to midnight. in Mountain Daylight ;