Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
THI lETHBRIDGB HERAID loturdciy, July 8, MONTREAL (C'P) Leaders o[ longshoremen here ami in Trois-Rlvicres and Quebec City, on strike since mid-May, said Friday the men will return to work because, faced with federal back-to-work legislation, they have no choice. "We'll go back, but we allow this sort of tiling to happen Jean-Marc St. Ongc, president of the striking Local 1175 of the International Longshoremen's Association told more than union members. And another officer of the local, Claude Quay, said no vote was taken at the union meeting. "1 guess there is no decision lie added. "All we havt to do Is conform ourselves to the law." While the law came Into effort at midnight Friday night, just hours after it passed, the Mari-t i me Employers Association said management at Lhe three ports will make their major calls Sunday for dockers to report for work Monday morning. VICTOR AND THE VANQUISHED Paul Hellyer, left, acknowledges summer. Mr. Hellyer alone refused to give consent to allow the House to the congratulations of fellow MPs in Ottawa Friday after blocking Health debate the legislalion in the last hour before summer recess. See Front and Welfare Minister John Munro's, right, Family Income Security Plan Page, legislalion from passing Parliament before the House adjourned for the Thumb prints scored OTTAWA The last total eclipse of the sun in Canada until 1979 is scluViuled. to take place Monday afternoon. And scientists End amateurs alike are making prepartions lo lake in the spectacle, cloud- cover willing. Residents of communities In parts of the Northwest Territo- and due lo be introduced intoiries, Quebec, New Brunswick Ontario and Quebec, is "an in- and Nova Scotia, as well as all OTTAWA The thumb print' big system operating in food chain stores in western Canada Sun fun awaited vasion of people's it was charged in the Commons Friday. The department of Justice and the department of communica- tions are working on a joint, study of computers and privacy, Communications Minister Rob- ert Slsnbury told the House. The question of invasion of privacy was raised in the House by Lome Nystrom He noted an announcement made recently by Identical, nn American company, that it wouM introduce the thumb printing system into the food chain stores in Ontario and Quebec. The service is already operating in Alberta. The information will be stored In a Texas computer said the opposition member. He asked if Justice Minister Otto Lang had Investigated the legality of such a practice "in view of the viola- tion of people's privacy and is he considering prohibiting the Introduction of the Mr. Lang said as he under- stood it the practice of having a customer thumb-printed for identification purposes was a voluntary one. He said he had not investigated its legality. "The government generally Is examining the whole question of information which may be In- volved in computer operations, but chat is a fringe subject inso- far as the question raised by Ihe opposition the justice minister said. of Prince Edward Island have 50-yard-line seats for the total eclipse. Residents of Ottawa will wit- ness only an 82 per cent eclipse: of Winnipeg a 63 per cent eclipse; of Calgary and Leth- bridge a 50 per cent eclipse; and of Vancouver and Victoria a 38 per cent eclipse. Do not attempt to view the eclipse damage to one's cornea can occur almost instantly. Sung- lasses don't provide sufficient protection. The eclipse generslly will test about two and one-quarter hours from start to finish all across Canada. In Ottawa, tie maximum will occur at p.m. EDT in Win- nipeg at p.m. CDT; in Cal- gary at p.m. MDT; and in Vancouver at p.m. PDT, according to the National He- search Council. NEC scientists have set up a rocket launching experiment In Nova Scotia. Four Black Brant rockets con- taining equipment will be launched into the upper atmos- phere just before and during the total eclipse there, to study the changes in the ionization of the upper atmosphere as the sun's rays are cut off. Pentagon Papers trial set to begin Monday LOS ANGELES (AP) The Pentagon Papers case is sched- uled to go to trial Monday. The case came one step closer to the trial when Judge William M. Byrne Jr. denied on Friday a defence motion to dismiss the charges against Dr. Daniel Ells- berg, 40, and Anthony Russo, 35. The judge ruled that sections of the Espionage Act involved in the eight counts of the indict- ment are not unconstitutional on their lace. Lamoureux great speaker rl wish you all good luck' OTTAWA (CP) Speaker Lucira Lamoureux, who has indicated he will not seek re- election, was showered wilh praise by all parties Friday, the lasl day before a summer recess for the Commons. The Cornwall, Ont. lawyer who sits as an independent was described by Prime Min- isler Tnidcau as a man with great patience, great forbear- ance, extraordinary knowl- edge and a sense of humor. "We had constant admira- tion and respect for your au- he said. Former Conservative prime minister John Diefenbaker, PARKSIDE COIN-OP LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN 2634 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE SUMMER HOURS IN EFFECT UNTIL SEPTEMBER 17 LAUNDRY SECTION- 8 A.M. TO 11 P.M. EVERYDAY DRYCIEAN SECTION- 8 A.M. TO 6 P.M. EXCEPT SUNDAY AND HOLIDAYS 12 INGL1S WASHERS Big 12-lb. Ingliswaih lots of hor, wafer to get clothe! clean Inglii gives 32 gallons of water per load Inglis has 7 spray rinses and one deep power rinse Inglis Washers are self-cleaning 6 INGLIS DRYERS Inglis Dryei hold up lo three washer loads 4 ESTATE DRY CLEANERS Quality dry cleaning by the load SHOP ATTENDED DURING DRY CLEANING HOURS PHONE 327-0811 who later told reporters Mr. Lamoureux is the finest Speaker he has served under during his 32 years in Parlia- ment, praised what he called the Speaker's consumate abil- ity, his authority tempered with compassion and his high degree of impartiality. New Democratic Leader David Lewis said all of his colleagues had "Ihe greatest admiration" for Mr. Lamou- reux. He had carried out his duties with a dignity that was not always returned by MPs. Henri Lalulippe ton; referred lo Ihe Speaker's "great impartiality" and said all MPs are grateful for his services. Paul Hellyer Trinity) said the Speaker had made a great contribution to Parliament. He was kind, fair, gentle and just. An embarrassed Mr. L a- moureux thanked MPs for their "extraordinary co-opera- tion." His job would not have been easy without the toler- ance, understanding and char- ity of MPs. "I wish you all good luck." Mr. Lamoureux entered the for Stoi-mont-Dundas In 1962 and was elected Speaker in 1966. He ran as an Independ- ent in the 1968 general elec- tion, opposed only by an NDP candidate who lacked official party support. Efforts were made to set up a permanent Commons speak- ership, with Mr. Lamoureux as the first such incumbent divorced from normal politics. The NDP and others had fig- ured in that campaign but it did not bear fruit. 'A fine propaganda film' came to B.C. from heaven above VANCOUVER (CP) A 30- minute film extolling the bene- fits of 20 years of Social Credit I government in British Colum- bia was described by Liberal leader David Anderson Friday night as "a fine propaganda film." the cabinet had anything lo do lion of the film, but did say government film footage was provided free. The color movie was made by Lew Parry of North Van- couver. "I giggled all the way Mr. Anderson made the com- Mr. Anderson said. ment after viewing portions of the film, entitled 20 Great Years in British Columbia, shown on CEC Television. Meantime, Premier W. A, C. Bennett and other government officials continued to deny that FEEDERS FARMERS WELDERS HANDYMEN HOMEOWNERS We carry a complele ilock of STEEL IN FLATS ANGLES CHANNELS BEAMS WIDE FLANGES RAILS ROUNDS SQUARES PLATES SHEETS RECTANGULAR AND SQUARE TUBING REINFORCING STEEt WIRE MESH PIPE GAIORE FOR FENCE POSTS CLOTHESLINE POtES CARPORT C01UMNS OR FOR ANY OTHER USE YOU MAY HAVE. TONS TO CHOOSE FROM Bring in your liuck and load up nl bargain Wo alia dellvnr locally Bring In your icrap steel cait Iron ballcriei radialon coppor bran and got best trade valua ever Wo alto pay caihl STEEL YARD LOCATION 2808 2nd Avn. N. SCRAP LOCATION 3402 2nd N. "It's a fine propaganda film. You pick holes here and pick holes there but it isn't worth it." Premier Bennett denied the government put any money in- to the film. He said he regarded It as a birthday present from heaven above for Ihe govern- ments 20th anniversary in of- fice. Mr. Parry said earlier he I had taken directions for the j film from Deputy Travel Min- ister Ron Worley, but Mr. loy denied this. Mr. Parry l coulfl not he reached for furth- er comment 1'riday. SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 32B.7702-327-3A10 Key turn brings death in sportscar BEIRUT CAP) A Palestin- ian guerrilla leader was killed n Beirut today by a booby trap toat wrecked his sportscor as le turned the ignition key, po- lice reported. The victim, Ghassan Kara' fani, 36, was spokesman for the Popular Front for the Libera- tion ot Palestine and a novelist well known in the Arab world. The explosion also killed hLs niece, 15, in the seat beside him. will go back, but. ,5 say disgruntled dockers Tattle tale tax returns strongly opposed by MPs OTTAWA Members of Par- liament have expressed surprise over the rnggestions made by an assistant deputy attorney general in a Federal Court case here that the justice department can make use of Information supplied to the Income tax divi- sion. Marcel Lambert monton West) raised the matter in the Commons Friday de- manding an explanation. He questioned National Reve- nue Minister Herb Gray. He wanted to know answers to what many members were ask- ing. "Is the minister In a position to make a statement on the sub- ject in the light of arguments now being advanced that infor- mation contained in Income tax returns may be used by any government department for pur- poses of administration, or in courts of Mr. Lambert enquired. Mr. Gray said he could not comment on anything that was now before the courts. INCREASE POWER OUTPUT _ A heavy-duty, hydraulic crane unit was pui into service for Calgary Power recently to lift three obsolete transformers and install a new step- down transformer at a substation in west Blairmore. Due to technical problems encountered during the transfer of units the power in town was off for almost six hours in- stead of the planned three-hour shuloff. The new unit hai volts of the primary side and volls on the secondary side. Installation of the new transformer will give improved service and on increased capacily for the entire area. Common sense people wear H ARBUTE LENSES The Common Seme Lens in some localities herd resin protective tensw ore Law! Whyl 1 Tnoy'ra B They're onJy hnlf iho of ordinary Jenwin. bucket! by wwnvrty tguul ff Vljuryi They're avaffobta in YOUR pfMcriptiorL So who necdi a low? Specializing in the fining of Eye Doctor's Prescriptions Preieripllon Sunploim Mngnlflorl Ripairl Framtl Prlcil OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 308-7lh- ST Phone in S609 Assistant Deputy Attorney- General C. R. 0. Munro told the court Thursday that his depart- ment can make use of informa- tion supplied to the income tax Bobby sleeps and eats REYKJAVIK (Reuter) Bobby Fischer, U.S. challenger for the world chess title, and Soviet defending champion Boris Spassky plan to spend most of their time resting to get in mental trim for the start of their match on Tuesday. While Spassky leaves his hotel only for two daily games of ten- nis on a court specially set up for him, the American chiefly occupies himself with sleeping and studying chess, sleeping, eating and sleeping some more, according to his second. Rev. William Lombardy. division of the national revenue department. He argued that the tan laws allow the justice department lo use such information where the good of public administration and justice will be served. This argument was strongly contested by opposing lawyers. It also caused raised eyebrows on Parliament Hill where the impression has been lhat infor- mation obtained by the national revenue department Is treated as confidential. The case before the Federal Court involves a federal govern- ment motion seeking to set aside a 1970 decision of the gov- e r n m e n t rs anti-dumping tri- bunal. The decision had the ef- fect of imposing dumping duties on sheet glass imported from Iron Curtain countries. The government argues that William Buchanan, then tri- bunal chairman, had a bias in favor of two Canadian glass companies that sought the order. He absented himself from the country while the tri- bunal was hearing the glass case. However he signed the finding on advice of government counsel. Weather and road report SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET H Lethbridge .......67 Medicine Hat 71 Pincher Creek 61 Calgary Edmonton....... Jasper Banff........... Peace River Rocky Mtn. House Penticlon........ Prince Rupert __ Kamloops...... Vancouver....... Prince Albert Saskatoon Swift Current Regina..... Winnipeg White River Toronto OILawa..... Quebec..........78 Chicago .........79 Minneapolis ......74 New York.......79 Miami..........84 Los Angeles ......90 Las Vegas.......107 Denver............89 Honolulu ........88 Rome...... Paris London Amsterdam Moscow Stockholm L Pre. 50 54 .15 50 50 .04 53 .01 47 .46 46 .52 46 50 .09 58 54 58 52 .10 49 .28 49 .29 53 .29 51 .08 57 52 48 55 .01 49 62 61 62 78 67 82 50 75 61 59 57 57 70 61 FORECASTS T Lethbridge-Medlctae Hat Today and tomorrow, mostly cloudy with a chance of af- ternoon or evening thunder- showers. Highs 70 lo 75. Lowi tonight near 50. Calgary Banff Today, cloudy. A chance of late after- noon thundershowers. Highs 60 to 65. Tonight, periods of rain. Lows 45 to 50. Tomorrow, mainly cloudy. A few showers. Highs 60 to 65. Columbia-Koolenay To- day, mainly cloudy with a few afternoon and evening showers or thundershowers. Sunday, cloudy and cool with a few showers. Highs today 70 to 75 and on Sunday 65 to 70. Lows tonight, near 50. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Partly cloudy with afternoon and night-time thundershowers today and Sunday. No import- ant temperature change. Highs both days 75 to 85. Lows to- night 50s. West of Continental Divide Partly cloudy wilh afternoon and evening thundershowers to- day and Sunday. No important temperature change. Higha both days 75 lo 85. Lows to- night 45 lo 55. 600 GEHL CHOPPER Six foot, 4 bar pickup. Platform Auger Floats Fewer Moving Parts Windgard Holds Crept Firmly Full information available from Ken Dickson or Doug Irwin. BALER TWINE PER BALE 6.95 GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Couiu Highway lethbridge Phone 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M TODAY COURTESY OL- ASIA All In tho Lclh- hrldgo disrtlct ere bnro ana dry. Highway 1, Trnns Canada Highway, bare nnd dry. I'OIITS OP KNT11Y (Opening and Closing Coulls hours; Carw.ijr 6 a.m. lo midniRht; Del 13oniln n a.m. I" p.m.; llcioscville, HC. ft a.m. In midnighl; KinRsfinlo, P.C., 71 hours; Porlhill Rykrrlc S In midnighl; Chief Mountain 7 I" 10 p.m.; WUdhonM, I to t p.m.