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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID Thurldoy, July Start new discussions on N-arms limitation HELSINKI, Finland (AP) The fifth round of the strategic arms limitation talks between the Soviet Union and the United States got off to a good start at the Soviet embassy indicated today, conference sources re- ported. They said the opening session Britain, Rhodesia talks still secret 'strong, positive agreement to get ahead" and that both sides 'seemed anxious to make prog- ress on the basis of the May 20 announcement by both govern- ments." The May 20 announcement said the two nuclear powers had reached an understanding to concentrate this year on limit- ng deployment of anti-ballistic also to agree on measures to limit of- 'ensive strategic weapons. LONDON (Keuterj uxa oodman, a British legal exert, flew inlo London from alisbury today after secret alks with Prime Minister Ian mith's Rhodesian government. The talks between Lord Good-lan, British foreign office offi-als, and members of the reakaway Rhodesian govern-aent were adjourned Wednes-ay to gire both sides a chance o consider their positions. Lord Goodman has been rying to find if there is a basis or a negotiated settlement of IB five-year-old independence ispute between Britain and ihodesia. The four-man British team lew from Salisbury Wednesday aght two hours after issuing a oint communique with the the terse communique said, "all aspects of the prob-em have been thoroughly examined and the stage has now been reached where it is necessary for the two sides to report jack to their respective governments. "It has been mutually agreed that details of the discussions will continue to remain confidential." It was the first official statement of any kind to be issued about Uie talks since they began in secret June AGAIN TUESUAK The first full session lasted about an tour and there was then an informal session of about 45 minutes. The next full meeting was set for Tuesday at he U.S. embassy. The first meeting began with general statements by Gerard Smith, chief negotiator for the United States, and Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir Seme-nov, head of the Soviet Both said Wednesday they were seeking concrete results in this round of talks. Since the SALT negotiations started in November, 1969, the Soviet Union had Insisted that agreement be reached first on ABMs while the United States wanted simultaneous and defensive weapons. HAVE UNDERSTANDING Now they have reached an understanding that "together with concluding an agreement to limit ABMs, they will agree on certain measures with respect to the limitation of offensive strategic weapons." Semenov said on arrival thai his delegation had received "clear-cut guidelines to work constructively along these lines seeking to achieve concrete results." He said the negotiators face the job of "realizing the understanding between the govern merits of the Soviet Union and the United States." Smith said the May 20 an nouncement by President Nixoi and the Soviet governmen "provides a framework within which we hope that the negotia tions can be pursued more intensively to translate the under standing reached at the highes levels rf both governments into concrete FORMAL INVITATION TC who came fifth in his class i toria Centennial Air Race Vv Slough, Buckinghamshire, to Lt. Col. Haley Aycock, left, co Mace Bearer H. tomax, Tow Mrs. Betty Denman and Dep Dr. Walker was greeted in Vi warnings stall race RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) -Tornado warnings in the Billings, Mont., area turned an intended overnight stop into a day-long stay for 21 teams competing In the 25th annual Powder Puff Derby Tuesday. But most of the women pilots were not too concerned about spending a night in Montana while some planes were already reaching Baton Rouge, La., the finish line in the race from Calgary. The winner of the race will be determined by subtracting each plane's par speed from its average ground speed. Officials at Rapid City regional airport said Wednesday the planes that had spent extra time in Billings were stopping In Rapid City long enough to refuel before talcing off again into less turbulent air conditions. However one entrant, Fran Dehaan, of Camphill, Pa., was further delayed in Rapid City Tuesday night when the propeller blades of her Mooney Mark 20 aircraft struck a paved surface and bent. A new propeller was located in Min neapolis and flown to Rapi< City so she could take off again time aj i CALGARY (CP) The time for cowboy hats and boots and 10 days of revelry has come again as the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede permits residents to ignore the fact that they owe their livelihood to the petroleum industry. Today they slip back into pioneer times when agriculture held sway, don their western clothes and go to celebrate in the streets. Only a few skeptics 7uneral held for former VHL player EDMONTON (CP) Fu-leraj services were held here or Jeffery (Jack) Randolph 3arr, 61, a former player for Joston Bruins of the National fockey League, who died July Mr. Carr was scouted by Kansas City Plamors while jlaying junior hockey in Edmonton and later joined the iruins. On his return to Alberta he reached Drumheller Miners of he Alberta Hockey League and ater coached in Nelson, B.C., ind Spokane, Wash. Returning again to Edmon-on, Mr. Carr joined the sales staff of Weston Bakeries Ltd. n 1938 and served the for about 30 years. He fas public relations manager if Merco Wholesale Ltd. at the ime of his end strike Saturday VANCOUVER (CP) The strike by British Columbia salmon net fishermen will officially end at 6 p.m. PDT Saturday after the men voted 54.2 per cent to oppose the union leadership recommendation not to accept the latest 1971-72 salmon price proposals. A memorandum of agreement was signed Wednesday between the B.C. Fisheries Association and the two unions involved, the United Fishermen and Allied Workers' Union and the Native Brotherhood of B.C. Deer girl road victim BANFF (CP Valerie Long, 18, of Red Deer was killed in a two-car collision on the Trans Canada Highway near this Rocky Mountain resort town. Police said she was a passenger in one of the QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Fumllure Hda. Stanfield opposes oil tanker route EDMONTON (CP Opposi- on Leader Robert Stanfield aid Wednesday night that Canada should say 'ho' and y mean it" in reply to nited States requests to bring tankers down the British olumbia coast from Alaska. The Progressive Conserva- ve Leader, speaking to a news onference just prior to his de- arture on a four-day visit the Canadian north, said the ankers should not be per- litted to use the route until pol- ufion risks are reduced to a reasonable level." "If we brought tankers in the vay we bring aircraft in, the isks would be Mr. tanfield said. He is to spend four days in lead out of town to avoid the madness and relax away from ;he tourists. UUEfW Annual Store-wide... Here's an outstanding opportunity to save on two of the most wanted names in men s shoes FLORSHEIM and MacFARLANE Be on hand first thing tomorrow for this Annual Event. MEN'S MacFARLANE MEN'S FLORSHEIM Broken and Discontinued Lines Only R.n. to 36.00 Broken and Discontinued Lines Reg. to 25.95 Save on many other unadvertised shoe values as well! Peoplt Going Placet Shop till 9 p.m. Thura. and Fri. nlshti DOWNTOWN on FIFTH STREET SOUTH No real housing problem OTTAWA (CP) Canada doesn't really have a housing jroblem, says an adviser to Jrban Affairs Minister Robert Andras. Dr. Harvey Lithwick, author of Urban Canada: Problems and Prospects, told the Town Planning Institute of Canada today that his research indi- cated the housing crisis is a fab- rication. "Middle-class people want houses at 1945 prices. For them, there's a crisis." Dr. Lithwick's comments came as a footnote to earlier remarks that Mr. Andras's new ministry will be devoting much of its time to research into urban problems. His book was prepared as a report to Mr. An- dras that was released in Janu- ary. A spokesman for the Canadian Council on Social Development, said Dr. Lithwick's view of Can- adian housing is "completely off base." Canadian cities had some of the lowest vacancy rates in the world, as low as one and two per cent. To talk about the lack of a housing crisis when a greater proportion of people's income was going to housing than ever before was unthinkable. Was Dr. Lithwick ignoring the vast amount of substandard housing in Canada? For the first time in five years, the city gets a parade on fte opening one for youths then another the regular one which is to be led by Prime Minister Trudeau. on Monday. The youth parade, usually held on the eve of the first day to lessen rowdiness, was de- layed by the exhibition football game between Calgary Stam peders and Saskatchewan Roughriders, won by the Stamps 27-0. The prime minister has de- clined to ride in the official pa rade car Monday and has for a horse. Dr. Mathieson heads dentists CALGARY (CP) Dr. James E. Mathieson of Ed- monton has been elected presi- dent of the Alberta Dental As- sociation, succeeding Dr. J. C. Waddell of Calgary. The association, which rep- resents 600 dentists in the prov- ince, also elected Dr. Ron Dickson of Drumheller, as vice- president. Truck driver jeats noise yylaw case CALGARY (CP) A truck river accused of violating the ity's noise bylaw was acquit- ed in provincial court Wednes- ay by a judge who said there was some uncertainty about le noise meter's capabilities. Alexander Geals, 35, of Cam- ose, Alta., was the first driver o contest the charge. At least 5 other persons have been ined since the bylaw went into late last year but all ileaded guilty. Judge R. V. Read acquitted Mr. Geals, saying he wasn't sure the noise-level meter used police March 31 in measur- og the output front Mr. Geal's ruck met international electri- jal standards outlined in the bylaw. Defence Lawyer John Ire- dale argued there was no proof the noise level recorded by the machine emanated solely from he truck. He said there was additional noise from the wine and from other traffic. Government projects aid labor force EDMONTON (CP) Aboii one-quarter of the province' construction labor force working on government fi nanced projects, Public Work Minister Albert Ludwig sai< Wednesday. An estimated men ar working on projects paid for by the government, the Albert, minister said. The projects include jobs fo semi autonomous governmen organizations as well as gov eminent departments. Accident victims identified TABER RCMP have iden tified two men killed in a two car head-on collision Taber early Wednesday as Frederick Smoke, 29, of tfa Fishing Lake Indian reserv near Wadena, Sask. and Elmer Awassis, 23, of the Thunder child Indian Reserve, near Turtieford, Sask. Four other persons injured i the accident are reported satisfactory condition in Tabe hospital. They have been iden tified as Tom Chief, Eric Chie and Hairy Alexan, all Whelan, Sask., and EUe Beeds of Cannonwood, Sask. EMPLOYMENT NOTICE! The Lethbridge and District Exhibition Board WILL BE HIRING for the following petition! for Exhibition at 10 O'CLOCK, JULY 10th IN THE EXHIBITION PAVILION: Male Security Personnel Female Cleaning Personnel Applicant! must ovir 22 ytan of agi he Yukon and Northwest Ter- ritories, visitin? Hay River, Edzo, Yellowknife, Inuvik and White horse. He is to speak to transporta- ipn and communication offi- cials, private pipeline and re-- search groups, and meet with such organizations as the In- dian Brotherhood of the North- west Territories, the Yukon Chamber of Mines and the Yu- kon Conservation Society. The opposition leader also said he did not agree wholly with some of the proposals en- dorsed Tuesday by the Ontario Young Conservative Association. The young Conservatives had recommended that no further international unions be recog- nized in Canada to put the labor union movement wholly in the hands of Canadians. Mr. Stanfield said that mem- bers of Canadian unions "should be able to decide for themselves" who should run their organizations. Four fined in lottery charge case PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. (CP) Four men were fined or four months in jail each here after pleading guilty to charges of conspiracy to conduct an illegal lottery. The four admitted to print- ing worth of tickets on a fictitious Yukon 'Belle lottery. Tickets stated in prizes would be paid at a July 4 draw with profits to go to crippled children. Leonard J. Baran, 24, and Morris C. Watts, 25, both of Prince George, and Howard A. Orcutt, 44, and his son Albert H. Orcutt, 24, both of Vancou- ver, were found guilty of sell- ing tickets for the lottery in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan. Weather and road report ABOVE ZERO AT NOON SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNSET Lethbrldge Waterton Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff......... Calgary...... Cranbrook Victoria Penticton Prince George Vancouver Saskatoon Reguia....... Winnipeg...... Toronto...... Ottawa....... Montreal...... St. John's Halifax....... Charlottetown Fnedericton II I, Prc CO 39 61 38 70 36 68 39 61 39 .09 61 46 .03 68 36 .01 60 43 .04 68 43 67 52 73 52 67 41 60 55 65 42 .02 65 43 .02 74 54 88 61 83 57 83 55 70 57 .32 73 60 77 60 87 56 .03 Chicago.......90 711.15 New York 93 76 Miami.......... 85 70 Los Angeles 71 60 Las Vegas .104 74 Honolulu....... 83 72 Rome.......... 82 61 84 66 London.........76 59 Berlin.......... 85 54 Amsterdam...... 81 59 Moscow......... 61 57 Stockholm 88 64 93 73 FORECAST: Lcthbridgc-MecHctoe Hat Today: Sunny. Lows tonight near 45. Friday: Cloudy with showers. Highs near 70. Today: Sunny. Iso- lated afternoon showers. Lows 40-45. Firday: Cloudy with showers. Highs 60-65. Columbia Kootenay Today: Sunny with a few after- noon cloudy periods. Warmer. Friday: Mainly cloudy. Highs today and Friday in mid 70s. Lows tonight 45-50. Behlen I Farm and I Ranch Elevator _ 'the hub of successful feeding' A complete factory engineered grain handling centra for cattle, hog, and poultry fetderi, 'Ask about cur "Trada-Grain" or "5-year" Flnanct GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY LETHBRIDGE, Alberta OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESV OF AMA All highways In the Leth-1 dry and in good driving condl- bridgo District ire bare and' lion. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening anil Closing Coults 24 hours: Carway S a.m. to 11 p.m. MSTj Del Bonlta 7 a.m. to B p.m.; Rooscvllle, B.C. 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., 24 hours; Porthill-Rykerts 8 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain 6 a.m. to V p.m. Wildhorae, 7 a.m. to p.m. Logan open 24. hours ;