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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THf LETHBKIDGE HERALD Friday, July 6, 1973 News in brief Vote count ends in deadlock WINNIPEG (CP) Liberal Leader Izzy Asper and NDP candidate Murdoch MacKay were deadlocked with votes each after a count Thursday of Hospital votes cast in the Winnipeg riding of Wolseley in the June 28 Manitoba general election. "Have you ever been put through a meat grinder? said Mr. Asper, who had a one-vote lead over Sir. MacKay until the hospital vote count. "It's a lot of fund if you have a bizarre senss of humour." Jim Maloway, district return- ing officer for Wolseley. said only 26 of the 41 hospital bal- llots could be considered. Of those, Mr. Asper got 10, Mr. MacKay 11 and Progressive Con- i servative candidate Robert isteen three. Two ballots were rejected. Mr. Steen finished I with votes. Stars attend Grable funeral HOLLYWOOD (Reuter) Movie stars of the past attended a funeral service Thursday for pin-up queen Betty Grable, who died here Monday of cancer. Among the overflow crowd of 800 at the All Saints Episcopal Church were Dan Dailey, Doro- thy Lamour. Cesar Romero and Mitzi Gaynor. Miss Grabel's former hus- band, actor Jackie Coogan and trumpeter Harry James, at- tended the service.- Miss Grable, highest paid mu- sical star of the 1940s and 1950s, died at 56 after a year-long battle with lung cancer. No millary protest planned OTTAWA (CP) Canada has not considered sending a mili- tary vessel into the South Pa- cific to join New Zealand and Australian vessels protesting the inpending nuclear test by France, Defence Minister James Richardson said Thurs- day. Mark Rose Valley West) suggested in the Commons that a cabinet minis- ter should be aboard a Cana- dian vessel "to lend weight" to this country's objection to the French test. The World Court already has filed a judgment against France but it appears the country in- tends to go ahead with the ex- plosion on a remote atoll. Canada already has filed a formal written protest against the proposed blast. CBC employees get pay hike MONTREAL (CP) CBC production employees, sales- men, announcers, researchers and clerical staff across the country have voted to ratify a new two-year contract after five months of bargaining. The employees will re- ceive monetary benefits rang- ing from 14Vz per cent to 17% per cent, the Canadian Union of Public Employees said Thursday in a statement. The contract includes basic salary increases of per cent and 6% per cent over two years and increased CBC contribu- tions toward health care costs. All full time employees on staff as of June 22 will receive lump sum retroactive pay- ments of New RC archbishop appointed VATICAN CITY (AP) The Vatican announced today that Archbishop Anthony Jordan of Edmonton lias retired for rea- sons of health and age. He is 71. Pope Paul named Bishop Jo- seph N. MacNeil, 39, of Saint John, N.B., as new archbishop of Edmonton. Kidnappers paid record ransom BUENOS AIRES (AP) A, record ransom is re-: ported to have been paid to the Argentine kidnappers of a United States rubber company execu- tive. But there was no word on arrangements for his release. Reliable sources said the ran- som was paid at least three days ago by the Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. for release of John Thompson, the president of its Argentine subsidiary. %t Report by Dome on gas reserves too optimistic OTTAWA (CP) prepared for Dame A report petroleum on natural gas reserves was termed perhaps too optimistic by the National Energy Board Thursday. Dome, in conjunction with Dow Chemicals Ltd., wants "REAL TREASURE" CAN BE YOURS vHk Whlti'i SH TOUR LOCAL DEAIM-ASK HIM AlOUf TMI SUFEl-SCNSmvt mHSMiTTU-KECflVlft Designed for .Mom. ttad and the The COINMASTER in a solid-state Transmitter-Receiver, light-woght. for ease ef handling and operation. Detects GoM. Silver and Copper t rings. jewelry, guns, strong boxes and other metals. MOM mremuTiOH. TOVH LOCAL 111 HILDER'S TV MUSIC 310 9th ST. S. PHONE 3284224 THE IRISH GYPSf ROVERS IN THE IMPERIAL LOUNGE NIGHTLY At The PARK PLAZA TILL JULY 14th IN THE CABARET KATHY and the KOOt-AID KIDS Tonight B.C. seeks increase in gas exports VICTORIA (CP) Attor- ney General Alex Macdonald of British Columbia repeated his government's stand Thurs- day to gain increases in the ex- port of B.C. natural gas. Mr. M a c donald's comments followed a warning from the federal government that the province has no authority to interfere with export contracts of natural gas. Federal Energy Minister Donald Macdonald gave the warning after a meeting with provincial cabinet members in Victoria to discuss Ottawa's new green paper on energy pol- icy. The B.C. minister agreed the question of export was definite- ly federal, but said any re- source that comes out of B.C. territory is a provincial re- source. baard permission to export 139 million barrels of liquid eth- ane, an extract of natural gas. The permission would pave the way for a in- vestment by Dome and Dow in an ethylene plant at Fort Sas- katchewan, Alta., and a mile pipeline from the plant to the United States and On- tario. Tied to the Dome-Dow hear- ing is an investigation by t h e board of whsther natural gas reserves are sufficient to allow increased exports. ROSY PICTURE The report on reserves paint- ed a rosy picture for bigjter amounts of natural gas to be taken from Alberta formations around Medicine Hat and Milk River. The report also was highly optimistic about possibilities of big gas finds in the Suffield military basa adjoining the Milk River and Medicine Hat fields. Board members also noted that the consultant's report forecasting higher reserves in all three areas were based on high returns for the gas. The report also based its fora- cast for economic possibilities of the fields on a three-per-cent inflation rate over the next five years. The hearing was told later that most economic predictions are for an inflationary rate of between five and six per cent AND DANCE LOUNGE "DAVID KAYE SHOW" Tonight thru Saturday (NO COVER CHARGE) HOTEL Red Coach Lounge Tonight thru Saturday Presents "LAURIE BARDSLEY" HOTEL CORNER 4th AVE. md 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 Queen inspects teepee Alberta Indan Association president Harold Cardinal watches as Queen Elizabeth emerges from a teepee' at an Indian village at the an- nual Calgary Exhibition- arid Stampede. The Queen and Prince Philip officially .opened the Stampede Thursday night end witnes- sed a special show mark- ing the 100th anniversary of the Royal Canadian Mounted police. They return to London today. Prison staff wins protest EDMONTON (CP) The Journal said Thursday Solici- tor-General Warren AUmand has ordered the Canadian Psn- itentiary Service to rescind an order made in June which would have taken of prison staff out of uniform. The newspaper said the directive issued by Commission- er Paul Faguy was counter- manded two weeks ago by Mr. AUmand following protests from the staff of all federal prisons last month. A senior penitentiary service official said tbe decision, which was originally made to ease tension betwesn non-security staff and inmates, "is now under study." Paul Gascon, president of the senator-general component of the Public Service Alliance of Canada Union, representing the prison staff said they protest- ed the move "because they weren't properly consulted, wouldn't have been property compensated and felt the change might have been very non-beneficial." Mr. Gascon said the staff did r.jt feel the compensation the treasury department would have provided for fee change- over to civilian clothes was ad- equate, the newspaper said. j He said staff were concern- led the change would affeit i prison discipline. I "You could conceivably run i into a situation where it would be difficult to tell a staff mem- ber in Chilian dothss from an inroale. "As wefl. these people have for years worn a uniform, they are proud of wearing a nm- fonn, like to wear a uniform and tbe change deeply concern- ed them." Mr: Gascon said. Saskatchewan penitentiary staff protested tbe decision to Ottawa and the newspaper quot- ed an authoritative source in tbe prison saying "the staff is ready to rebel over this thing." THIS WEEKEND at the LEGION FRIDAY NIGHT Cabaret "Moonglowt" SATURDAY NIGHT Cdxiret "Moonglows" Vimy Lounge "Blue" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY Justice department defends release of Mafia prisoner WASHINGTON (CP) Attor- ney-General Elliot Richardson says normal commutation procedures were followed in the release from prison of Angelo (Gyp) DeCarlo. He made the comment after Senator Henry Jackson (Dem. Wash.) said the release "smells." "My review of the matter in which DeCarlo was released from federal custody has shown that normal procedures were not Richardson said in a statement issued by the justice department. Richardson said he discussed the case with Richard Kleindienst, bis predecessor, and others end said he found the bureau of prisons recom- mended commutation last sum- mer "as a result of DeCarlo's condition continuing to deterior- ate despite cobalt radiation treatment" at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. He said the case "was handled in accor- dance with a longstanding de- partment of justice policy to- ward terminal illness cases." DeCarlo, described by Jack- son as a high-ranking Mafia fig- ure, was released in time for Christmas last year by presi- dential executive clemency after serving two years of a 12- year term of extortion. Jackson has linked his pre- mature release to former House lawyer John Dean, fired by President Nixon in April be- cause of his involvement in a top-level effort to cover up the Watergate bugging scandal. Jackson also drew In Kleindienst, who headed the justice department when De- Carlo was freed. "It would appear that normal procedures and safeguards were bypassed by the attorney-gen' era! and presidential counsel in this Jackson said in making public a letter to the current attorney-general, Elliot Richardson. "Something smells, and want to know the sena- tor said. A spokesman for the Senate crime investigations subconv mittee of which Jackson is chairman, said the DeCarlo release did not go through nor- norrnal procedures but went straight from the pardon at- torney's office, to Kleindienst, to Dean and -then pre- sumably ------to the president. Jackson also expressed con- cern about the disappearance of another Mafia figure, An- Election funds misuse claimed WASHINGTON (AP) The General Accounting Office (GAO) has cited four apparent violations of election laws in tbe transfer of from Presi- dent Nixon's re-election effort to a Salute for Ted Agnew gala last year. The GAO said Thursday the Agnew committee falsely re- ported the as contribu- tions from 31 donors. It said also that the Finance Com- mittee to Re-elect the President did not report the transfer of the money. The GAO accused Blagden Wharton, treasurer of the Ag- new committee, of making "false, fictitious or fraudulent statements" and of "subscrib- ing under oath to materials be believed to be untrue." The fourth violation was against unnamed persons "act- ing for the committee" who "willfully participated in tbe ef- fort to falsify, conceal or cover up" the transfer. The GAO, which oversees the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, turned the report over to the justice department for possible criminal prosecution. Vice-President Spiro Agnew's office said be had no part in ar- ranging the May, 1972, affair in Neiv cabinet appointed by Allende From SANTIAGO (CP) President Salvador Allende appointed a new cabinet in Chile Thursday, naming civilians to all 15 posts and rejecting participation by the armed forces. Members of his own Socialist party received four ministry po- sitions. Three went to Commu- nists and Allende fined tbe re- maining eight posts with mem- bers of other left-wing groups in bis Popular Unity coalition. The new apopintments left un- changed tbe political balance of the cabinet which resigned this week in the of an abortive rebellion by about 100 members of the army. Opposition political parties criticized tbe president Thurs- day for lifting tbe stage of emergency be ordered after an unsuccessful revolt by about 100 members of the army last week. They charged Allende's lifting of tbe state of emergency Wednesday deprives tbe armed orces of a peacekeeping role while leftists are reported to be fhsssssJvss. Deaths By THE CANADIAN PRESS Davenport. Tvwa-David Got- tlieb. 99 president of Lee Enter- prises, a midwest U.S. >aper chain, and the Research fnstltute of the American News- paper Publishers Association. Ottawa-L. R. Mattern, 70, raffle department air traffic control supervisor from 1947 1960 and director of UK Cana-j dim Air Traffic Control Associ- ttion. Modesto. Calif. Walter Schmidt. 86, catcher for Pitts- burgh Pirates from 1939 to 3924 for Si. Lewis Cardinals in Baltimore, but that he agreed to 'participate in it to raise funds for Maryland state candi- dates. thony DiLorenzo, who linked with investigations into securities fraud. DiLorenzo rfas 'serving a 10- year term sentence passed in 1970, but was allowed certain privileges, including the right to leave'prison unescorted. "Late last year, on one at these unescorted furloughs, purport- edly to visit his dentist, he dis- Jackson said. Close call OTTAWA (CP) Parliament almost stumbled into a situation in which an election could not be called if tbe government was defeated, foe Commons was told Thursday night. Government House Leader Al- lan MacEacben said that if electoral boundaries commis- sion proposals had been pro- claimed this fall as planned, an election could not be held for one year while preparations were made under tbe new boundaries. The law stipulates that an election called after tbe bound- aries are proclaimed must be contested under the new bound- aries, be said in .discussing a bill to suspend tbe redistribu- tion of Commons seats. Stanley Knowles nipeg North Centre) took a dun view of the situation: "It is un- thinkable under our parlia- mentary system that there should ever be a tune when an election cannot be held for tech- nical reasons." He said his party will support the bill "to correct an oversight that even the best brains in this House did not detect when we passed the present act in the early 1960s." Weather and road report SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET H LPre Lethbridge 77 PJccher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie 64 80 67 60 Calgary 66 Victoria 61 Penticton 75 Prince George 60 Kamloops 73 Vancouver 61 Saskatoon 74 Regina 86 Winnipeg 74 Toronto 77 Ottawa 81 Montreal 79 St. John's 77 Halifax 67 Charlottetown 80 lYedericton 75 Chicago 84 New York 86 Miami 88 Los Angeles 83 Phoenix 113 Rome 94 Peris 81 London 81 Berlin 85 Amsterdam 73 Moscow 86 88 88 Stockholm Tokyo 50 46 54 43 44 48 50 51 37 53 51 46 46 61 54 59 61 63 62 64 61 63 67 78 65 89 63 63 59 65 63 66 66 72 .01 .14 .04 .08 .06 .01 .01 .02 33 .02 .30 .19 .40 FORECAST: Lethbridge Medicine Hat Today: Brief afternoon showers In a few localities. Winds W20-25 near the moun- tains. Highs near 70. Lows 50-55. Saturday: Cloudy, sfeowers and occasional thun- dershowers beginning night. Highs 6045. Calgary Today: Afternoon and .overnight showers and thundershowers. Risk of some hail in the western Red Deer region this afternoon. Highs 60- 65. Lows near 50. Saturday: Cloudy with showers .Winds N15-20. Highs near 60, Colombia Kootenay Region- Today and Saturday cloudy with a few showers. CooL Low tonight about 45. Highs both days near 69. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Mostly sunny today with brief afternoon ocludiness. Widely scattered showers sou them mountains Saturday afternoon. Continued coding trend. Windy at times Saturday. Highs today 80s. Lows tonight 40s north 50s south. Highs Saturday 75 to 85. West of Continental Partly cloudy and cooler today and Saturday. Scattered show- ers mostly mountains both days. Highs today 75 to 85. Lows tonight 40s. Higbj day 70s. HEAVY DUTY "Ranch Hand" CHUTE AUTOMATIC HEAD GATE FRONT or SIDE IXIT...........Pric. REGULAR "CATTLE KING" RIGHT or IfFT '310 GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Courts Highway Bex 1202 Phone 328-1141 AS OF A.M. TODAY COUHTEST OF AMA Highway i reported bare and dry. Widening of one mile sectioni of Highway No. 3 east of Fort Macleod is in progress. M remaining highways in good driving condition. PORTS OP ENTRY (Opening and Closing 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Carway 6 a.m. to midnight; Chief Mountain 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Cootts 24 hours; Del EoniU S am. to 9 p.m.; Sngsgale 24 hours; Portirill Rykerts 8 a.m. to midnight: Wild Horse S a m. to S p.m Logan Pass 7 a m. to 10 p m.; Open Jane 1 Roosevilk 8 a.m. to midnight. ;