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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta News in brief IBEW accepts contract VANCOUVER The last major union in the British Columbia construction in- dustry strike accepted a ten- tative agreement Friday The International Brotherhood of Electrical Local signed a memorandum of agreement for a two-year contract with construction labor relations association following an all- day bargaining session Lawyer seeks order Ga A lawyer for Marcus Wayne accused of slaying Mrs Martin Luther King Sr says he will seek a court order permitting Chenault to hold a news conference at the jail District Attorney Lewis Sla- ton who blocked Chenault's plans tor a telephone news conference with several reporters said he will not permit the 23 year-old prisoner to talk with reporters by telephone or in prison Pipeline won't be built N B The general manager of Impe- rial Oil Ltd in the Atlantic provinces said Friday oil com- panies in Canada would not build a proposed pipeline to the Atlantic provinces Trevor Housser of Halifax said that Canadian taxpayers would have to foot the bill if they decided they needed such a pipeline Scientists confident MOSCOW Soviet space scientists say they have confidence in the new docking unit aboard the Soyuz space- craft a critical piece of hard- ware for the joint United States-Soviet space flight scheduled for 1975 'We have no doubt about its mission director Alexei Yehseyev said Friday as two Soviet cosmonauts whirled around the earth in- side the Salyut 3 space laboratory that their Soyuz 14 vehicle docked with earlier in the day The linkup he said curately functioned ac- UN employee killed SAIGON Two Viet- namese robbers on a motor- bike snatched a briefcase to- day from an American United Nations employee shot him fatally and escaped on a crowded police reported Police identified the victim as William of the United Nations Develop- ment Agency Medical dispute settled LONDON Barbara Castle British social services minister said early today she has settled a dispute over pri- vate patients which threaten ed to cripple Britain's free health service Economic global body considered LONDON Foreign Minister James Callaghan of Britain says the major world powers are considering setting up a new international agency as a way of meeting global energy and money crises He said the agency would bring together oil consumers and needy countries to co-ordinate action on unprecedented problems of prices and payments in an exclusive interview also called for a strengthening of the international treaty to stop tne spread of nuclear weapons The foreign minister said he and other British leaders will discuss all these topics wiih Henry Kissinger Monday when the United States state secretary arrives in London for talks Thai police on alert for rioters BANGKOK Police armed with rifles took up posi- tions again today around a key police station in Bangkok's Chinatown following three days of violence that left 28 persons dead The police moved into the alleys and a nearby Buddhist and police with megaphones warned citi- zens with no business in the Plabplachai police station area to leave The police moved during the early afternoon The street fighting between heavily- armed Chinese youths and Thai police tapered off at dawn after reinforced police units chased young gunmen through the streets during the night and made more than 80 arrests There has been long- simmering resentment between the Chinese and Thai police Canada appears headed for minority government By STEPHEN SCOTT OTTAWA A generally unexciting federal campaign comes to an end this weekend Today and Sunday the all four major par- ties make their final bids to swing the undecided among the estimated 13 5 million eligible voters those voters who have not left town for summer vacations will decide whether Canada is to continue with a minority government in Parliament or whether it is time for a change in leadership The betting is that the peo- ple will take their uncertainty to the polls and Canada will end up with another minority situation in similar to the one this election was supposed to end That would mean the New Democratic or perhaps the Social Credit would have the effective balance of power in a Commons in which either the Liberals of Prime Minister Trudeau or the Pro- gressive Conservatives of Robert Stanfield form the government Ken sells Sven champion steer Reserve champion Virginia grooms steer By Ric Swibart Herald Staff Writer FORT MACLEOD One dollar a pound was paid Fn day for the grand champion steer in the 14th annual Little Pope lauds Kissinger for efforts in peace FUERSTENFEDLBRUCK United States State Secretary Henry Kissinger met for an hour today with Pope Paul in the Vatican to discuss a wide range of inter- national and the Vatican said the pontiff prais- ed him for his efforts the service of peace Kissinger then flew to West Germany for the World Cup soccer landing at the NATO air base here where Arab terrorists massacred Israeli sportsmen during the 1972 Munich Olym- pics Nine five terrorists and a German Annual Summer SHOE MEN'S Florsheim Shoes Broken and Discontinued Lines only Regular Values to SUMMER SALE PAIR.ONLY MEN'S MacFarlane Shoes Broken and Discontinued Lines SUMMER SALE Starts 9 a.m. Everybody knows when McGulre's have a Sale It's a good one and this shoe sale is no exception. Now you can save on two of the most wanted names in men's shoes Fiorshelm and MacFarlane be on hand first thing Monday for this Annual Event. CHARGEX Open till 9 p.m. Thiiredayl Downtown on Fifth Street South policeman died in the gunfire Two other Israelis were killed earlier at the Olympic village Kissinger's jet originally was scheduled to land at Munich's commercial airport But authorities changed the landing site to this air base 25 miles west of Munich because of strict security enforced during the weekend cham- pionships at Munich's Olym- pic Stadium The Vatican stop was the last item on Kissinger's brief agenda in part of his Eu- ropean tour to brief the Atlan- tic allies on President Nixon's Moscow talks It was Kissinger's second meeting with the he accom- panied Nixon to the Vatican in 1969 as presidential on national security adviser affairs Nixon had a private talk with the Pope in 1970 Kissinger was expected to brief the Pope on developments in the Middle and the pontiff was ex- pected to sound him out on the question of Jerusalem The Vatican believes that Jerusalem should receive some form of international status to protect the interests there of Jews and Moslems Each religion con siders the city holy But which has held the entire city since the 1967 Arab-Israeli has refused to give up its sovereignty 6Board vacancies hurting colleges' The failure of the provincial government to make ap pomtments to the governing bodies of Alberta's colleges is seriously affecting the opera- tion of the institutions C D chairman of the Alberta college president's made the statement Friday follow- ing his return to Lethbridge from a meeting of the com mittee in Medicine Hat Information made available at the committee meeting shows 17 of the 42 positions on college boards in the including those ot two are vacant Dr also president of Lethbridge Community said college presidents believe js a very serious matter and it is time that the government does something about getting Woodworkers going By THE CANADIAN TRESS Woodworkers on British Co- lumbia's coast were beginning to leave their jobs Friday while those in the southern interior were either on the job or voting to return to those in the north presented their demands for a new contract On the the members of the International Woodworkers of America began leaving their jobs after fruitless discussions Thursday night between their negotiators and Forest In- dustrial which represents 120 coast forest companies Labor Minister Bill King stepped part way into the dis- pute by sending depu- ty minister Jim Kinnaird to Vancouver the appointments made The disinterest the depart- ment of advanced education has shown in making prompt appointments to college boards indicates it doesn't really care about the manage- ment of he said Explaining the predicament some colleges are Dr Stewart said Grant MacEwan College in Edmonton is in the middle of salary negotiations and has no one to carry on negotiations for the rest of the summer because only three of the eight positions on its board of governors are filled BRIDGE RUG DRAPES LTD. FREE ESTIMATES Phono 329-4722 COLLEGE 1 i Beth Johnson Says Last week a mastermix for camplire or home baking was given It is to be hoped that those who use this recipe will use whole wheat flour not white Recent consumer research points out that separating milk causes separation of minerals also skim milk keeping the cai- cium phospophorus magnesium and zinc with cream taking with it five essential trace minerals cobalt chromium molybdenum manganese and copper Each of these trace minerals is need- ed in amounts not yet known to activate the enzyme systems in the human body These en- zyme systems change our food to energy in the cells synthe- ammo acids and hormones build blood muscle bone and fat tissue If one uses only skim milk his system does not get the needed trace minerals unless he has a wide variety of natural foods in his daily diet But there is hope for d'eters campers and others who eat whole wheat products and In- clude skim milk in liquid form or In other food products Whole wheat Is a good source of most of the trace minerals lacking m skim milk Others are found In meat eggs and fish Babies and small children are not likely to get all needed nutrients from skim milk They do not eat enough bread to make up the cream deficit and may not be able to eat whole wheat products at all According to Nut Rev 296 If a small child is getting better decrease his solid foods which are blamed for Increase in the number of fal cells If given too soon and too much Courtoty tho Lothbrldge Milk Foundation Royal market cattle competi- tion which kicked off Fort Macleod Centennial Midnight Days celebrations Lethbridge restaurateur and Liberal candidate Sven Encksen bought the steer from Snake Valley Farms of with Lethbridge Conservative incumbent Ken Hurlburt at the auctioneer's microphone The reserve champion animal sold by Herb Akitt of brought 74 cents per also from Mr Encksen Mr Encksen paid 65 cents a pound for the third place the 14th time in succession he has bought the top three steers at the Fort Macleod Little Royal In heifer competition Al manager of the El Rancho Motor Hotel in Lethbridge bought the three top-place winners The grand champion heifer owned by Shaderee Ranches of Pmcher brought 68 cents a pound The reserve champion also owned by Shaderee brought 60 cents The third place heifer brought 54 cents a pound Ane Den owner of Fort Macleod Meat Processors Ltd paid 55 cents a pound tor the grand cham- pion pen of five shown by Lee Farms of Granum Public opinion polls publish- ed so far have given the Liberals the but there is enough of an undecided vote and enough margin for possi- ble error in the polls to in- dicate that the government of Canada still is up for grabs The final search for votes by Mr Trudeau and Mr Stan- NDP Leader David Social Credit Leader Real Caouette and more than candidates in the 264 con- stituencies brings to an end an election campaign that for the most part failed to catch fire As anticipated in May after the Conservatives and NDP ganged up to defeat the Trudeau minority government's budget to cause the election the campaign has been fought mostly on one All parties have made promises and but most of the talking was over what can be if with an inflation rate in ex- cess of 10 per cent a year The Liberals campaigned on the basis that most of the ills of inflation are imported and are beyond the control of the Canadian government Mr Trudeau said inflation is a problem but the issue of the election was who should lead the country Mr Stanfield spent much of the campaign defending his party s pledge of a pnces-and- incomes freeze for 90 followed by more flexible controls over another period of 18 months All other parties opposed Trudeau said it would mean importing chaos and Mr Caouette said he would throw out a Conser vative government if it brought in contiols should the Social Credit have balance of power While the debate brought some strong words from the leaders about each the public seemed to sit on its hands There were some large crowds until the last few days few demonstrations of enthusiasm There certainly was no in- dication of the 1968 election's Trudeaumania nor big gaffs such as Mr Trudeau s burst of profanity in Vancouver in 1972 GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE SUNDAY 5- SUNSET 32 L 69 .10 Pincher Medicine Grande Calgary 44 66 Prince George Kamloops 45 74 47 76 FORECAST. Medicine Hat Regions Today and Sunday Cloudy periods with afternoon showers or thundershowers Highs today and tomorrow 70 to 75 Lows tonight near 50 Calgary Regions Today A few clouds this morning oecoming cloudy this after- noon with showers or thundershowers Highs today and tomorrow 65 to 70 Lows tonight 45 to 50 Afternoon showers tomorrow Columbia Kootenay To- day and Sunday Sunny in the mornings then becoming cloudy with a few showers or isolated thundershowers Cool Highs today and Sunday 65 to 70 in the eastern areas and mid-70s elsewhere Lows tonight in the mid-40s MONTANA East of Continental Divide Scattered showers with a few afternoon and evening thunderstorms today and Sun- day Continued cooling trend Highs today 70 to 80 west 75 to 85 east Lows tonight 45 northwest to 60 southeast Highs Sunday 65 to 75 west to 80 east West of Continental Divide Scattered showers with a few afternoon and evening thunderstorms today and Sun- day Highs both days 65 to 75 Lows tonight 40 to 50 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 CoutU Highway Box 1202 Phono 328-1141 PORTS OF ENTRY opening and closing Carway 6am to 12 Chief Mountain 7 a m. to 10 Coutts open 24 Del Bonita Sam to 9 p.m Kmgsgate open 24 Porthill-Rykerts 7a m. to to Rooseville 8 a m to midnight. in Mountain Davlioht Timo ;