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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THJ LETHBRIDGS HERALD Friday, July 10, 1970------- Mayor Drapeau Won't Ride Horse In Big Parade CALGARY (CP) Mayor pic Games for Canada, said the Jean Drapeau of Montreal offi- stampede should receive the cially opened the 1970 Calgary "support and praise of all Ca- Exhibition and Thursday event as a "great for all of Canada." nadians." It is known the world over as a manifestation of western tradition method of and is a simple friendship and unity." The 10-day show got started Thursday morning, with an es- timated young sters swarming into the stampede grounds for children's day which featured a special pint- sized rodeo. Mayor Drapeau threw cold water on suggestions that he will ride a horse in the official stampede parade Monday. "I have to be careful that I return to Montreal in good physical he said. "I would have to be careful not to damage the horse also and I don't want to give a poor show- ing'of what an Easterner can do." First-day attendance was 279, compared with last year when it rained. The first big prize offered in a variety of draws during the stampede, cash, went to K. L. Miller of Calgary. MAYOIl DHAPEAU takes care day. Sputnik In Sky MOSCOW (AP) The S'ovie Union has launched No. 353 in its series of unmanned Cosmo, satellites, Tass reported Thurs FLIES GREET QUEEN AT FORT Black flies swarm about tKe Queen during visit to Fort Providence, N.W.T., Thursday. The Queen wore a pant scarf and gloves to protect her from the swarms of that greeted the Royal Family in the com- munity on the Mackenzie River. Youth Assembly Trades Barbs UNITED NATIONS (CP) A 19-year-old Vancouver girl talked before the World Youth Assembly Thursday of inde- pendence movements in Canada and "barbarous" United States imperialism. It didn't cause a ripple among Hie hundreds of youths and al- leged youths gathered in the blue-and-gold General Assembly hall. For1 three hours the youths from around the world had heard of imperialism, dictator- ships, puppet regimes, fascism and nazism. The Canadian was Dorothy O'Donnell, a Marxist University of British Columbia student from Vancouver, who called on ito assembly to consider de- mands for expulsion of the dele- gations of South Vietnam. Demands for1 the expulsion of the South Vietnamese, and the South Koreans, were made in a well-orchestrated campaign launched by the Soviet-bloc HALE OPTICAL COMPANY LTD Gory Martin Dispensing Optician 307 6th St. S. 327-7152 countries plus a couple of Com munist-dominated world youth groups. But there were other demands as the assembly, which is event ually expected to have an at tendance of 638 from 110 coun tries, was opened by Secretary- General U Thant. There was a call from 44- year-old Mikis Theodorakis, t leftist Greek best known for writing the music for the film Zorba the for expulsion of the Greek delegations. He said he and only he representee Greek youth. Others wanted the expulsion of the Greek, Spanish and Na- tionalist Chinese delegations whose governments are re- garded as dictatorships or pup- pets. The whole quarrelsome de- bate was to reopen today with ths delegates receiving recom- mendations from the assembly's steering committee on a num- ber of questions, including the seating of some delegations anc whether the young persons are to be regarded as individuals or as representatives of youth or- ganizations or countries. Thant opened the assembly, part of the UN's 25th anniver- sary celebrations, with a charge to the delegates to seek out the causes of world discontent. liPARKIUZAg MOTORHOTEL 11 -AND RESTAURANT (LICENSED) 0 Q I For the Prospective and Groom WATCH AND CUP THIS ADVERTISEMENT EACH FRIDAY FOR HINTS ON Uo Vyedal Does the brida wear jewelry? She often wears a pearl necklace which Is tho bridegroom's (jift to her, or a necklace or brooch which" is an heirloom in either her or his family. She may wear simple diamond or pear! earrings or a narrow bracelet, but that is that is ap- propriate. She wears her engagement ring on her right hand until after the ceremony, so that the wedding ring may be put on easily. What kind bouquet does the bride have? She may choose as elaborate or simple a one as she likes, in keeping with her wedding. An arm bouquet of calla lilies, roses, gladioli or other large, white flowers with greenery and white satin ribbons is most formal. Or she may have a bou- quet of orchids or gardenias, perhaps centring a targe bouquet of some other flowers. Many brides, even in very forma! weddings, now like to carry a prayer book, covered in ivory, while latin or leather, and on top a single or double orchid, gardenia or camellia tied with tiny white flowers and narrow satin streamers. B a B B B i fi a B a B f B B OFFERING YOU THE FINEST IN CATERING FACILITIES LARGE OR SMALL WE CATER TO THEM All PHONE 328-2366 FOR RESERVATIONS 10th AVENUE ond MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Pre-Gracle 1, Life-Long Education, College System Suggested By CALGARY (CP) The pri- ority enjoyed by education will have to bs better justified dur- ing the 1970's and priorities with- in education will have to change, Robert Clark, Alberta educa- tion minister said Thursday. New priorities within educa- tion will be pre grade one education, life long education and a college system. A pre grade one facility for Calgary would be announced this week. Mr. Clark told a students' meeting at the University of Calgary the urgency of other major problems, such as pollu- tion, during the 1970s will re- quire better justification of what is spent on education. One way of possibly doing this was to make available to more people. It no longer was a question of wheth- er schools should operate 12 months a year but rather how htis could be done. Schools must broaden their influence and involvement in the community. Mr. Clark said he does not favor simply adding one more year to the existing 12-year program in establishing pre- grade one facilities. "Not all children require prs- grade one exposure to educa- tion." Such programs had to be co- ordinated with health, recrea- tion and other services. If the disadvantage were to be helped, parents also had to be involved. 20-Cent Cup Of Coffee Finds Way Into Menus TORONTO (CP) Tha 20- cent cup of coffee is finding its way into restaurant menus1 here. Some downtown eating spots charging the extra Water Used To Fight Fire May Contaminate Supply PENTICTON (CP) Pen- fcton's water supply could be- c o m e contaminated through use of Okanagan Lake water to fight a forest fire near the city's dam, a forestry official :aid Thursday night. The spokesman said from Lake Okanagan, water which contains DDT, had to be used Wood Buffalo Forest Burns EDMONTON (CP) A forest are burning for six days over acres of Wood Buffalo Na- tional Park in Alberta was partly under control Thursday, national parks spokesman said. The fire, being fought by 150 men aided by water bombers and helicopters, is 40 miles southeast of Buffalo Lake near he Alberta Northwest Terri- ,ories border. There are 13 fires in the re- mainder of the province, all of hem under control. Wood Buffalo is the tradition- al nesting grounds for the rare whooping cranes. Latest reports indicated the birds are in no danger. Can't Pay Debts LONDON (Reuters) Ghana ras notified" its overseas credi- ors at an international confer- ence here that it will be unable o meet its multi-million dollar sxternal debts unless easier layment -terms are arranged, :onference sources reported lere. for water-bombing and Pentic ton's use of water from the dam might have to be restricted today. Tlie fire burned out of contro over 250 acres of scrub timber Thursday night, on both sides of PenHeton Creek, which flows into the dam. Crews gave up for the night. The fire was one of 192 burn ing in British Columbia Thurs day. More than men were on the fire lines, with 60 bull dozers, 15 air tankers, helicop' ters and other equipment. Also in the Okanagan, a fire 22 miles north of Kelowna cov ered more than 800 acres o prime timber and remained oui of control. It was touched off by an abandoned campfire. Liberals Hope To Run 50 In Province CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta Liberal Party hopes to nominate 50 or more candidates for the next provincial election, party president Peter Petrasuk of Calgary said Thursday. Mr. Petrasuk said in an inter- view any possibility that pro- vincial Liberals will co-operate with the governing Social Credit Party in the election has "fall- en by the board." "We want to maintain the Liberal identity in Alberta." The Liberals ran 45 candi- dates in the 1967 provincial election but now have no mem- bers in the 65 seat provincial legislature. Bob Deimuth MEET THE OWNERS OF HARDWARE Eva Deimulh COMPLETE J.INE OF WESTINGHOUSE APPUANCES AND GENERAL HARDWARE B E HARDWARE 71 I I I I I 416 13th St. N. Phone 328-3541 or 328-3545 (FORMERLY IYIE'5 HARDWARE) H 4IO nickel blamed it Thursday on higher minimum wage scales they have to pay and on in- creased costs of restaurant equipment. But wholesalers placed the blame on the heavy frost that destroyed millions of coffee trees in Brazil last year. Since then, they said', prices have skyrocketed because Brazil is the world's leading producer, accounting for 40 per cent of the world's coffee beans. A spokesman for General Foods of Toronto Ltd. said coffee prices for the whole-' saler have jumped 40 per cent in the last year. "Our coffee beans cost on the average 20 cents more a pound than they did a year he said. "But we have held the increase at 17.3 cents a pound for retailers in an ef- fort to fight inflation." Midnight Days, Little Royal Open Today At Macleod Banks Can't Take Title To Railway PHILADELPHIA (AP) U.S. district judge ruled todaj that 48 banks cannot take title to the Pennsylvania Co. com mon stock they hold as collat- eral for a loan. Lawyers for the First Na- tional City Bank of Ifew York and 47 other banks which are creditors of the Penn Central Transportation Co., said at a hearing before U.S. Districi Judge John B. Fullam that the companies wanted to take over the stock as a default to the loan. The Pennsylvania Co.'s com- mon stock is wholly owned by Penn Central Transportation Co., which filed for reorganiza- tion June 21 under the Federal Bankruptcy Act. The Pennsylvania Co. Is the administrative arm of the Penn Central Transportation Co. It is wholly owned by the transporta- ion company and administers and controls investments of the railway. Non-Returnable Bottles Not The Answer CALGARY (CP) The presi- [ent of Canada Dry Inc. says ho soft drink industry should Jiminate non-returnable hot- les. James Blytli of New York ;aid the bottles are used be- :ause of consumer demand and should not be looked upon is the final answer. Some sort of container which can be used several limes, wssibly of plastic, should be used, he said in an interview. By D'ARCY HICKARD Herald Stall Writer FORT MACLEOD _ To rodeo contestants, in fact th best in the business, will fcmgl with wild broncs and chas elusive calves and champion ship livestock will trod the tan bark in the world-famous For Macleod Midnight Days ant Little Royal. It opens toftay for three day of rough and tumble fun, in spiring showmanship and al the razzle-dazzle of the mic Way. Today there was a wonder ful mouth-watering breakfas of hot cakes and sausages the Fort Macleod Auction Mar ket Little Royal Show. Judging got under way at th Little Royal at 10 this morning Dave Jantzie, district agricii turist of Claresholm, was hand to present the prizes. At 1 p.m. today the Littl Royal Sale of Champions wa to get going under the gavel o Ken Hurlburt. Tonight there will be a gooc old-country Bavarian Garde Dance at the Ice Centre wit' the Taber German Band play ing from 9 to 1 o'clock. At 9 p.m. a Teen-age Dane begins at the Elk's Hall witl the Mina Tirith from San Fran oisco supplying the rock sound Meanwhile, in the rodeo rin; the list of cowboys again i large with over 100 entries ac cepted to date and we are for tunate to have the best in th business Cowboys such Kenny McLean, Canadian Al Around Champion; Dale Trot ter, Bareback Champion am many more. The Stampede Assoc. Is very grateful to Herb Shector o Christie Grant's in Lethbridgi who has donated the All-Aroum Trophy to the cowboy winning the most money in a riding am a timed event. Appreciation is also ex pressed to all local business men who dug into their pockets a little deeper to get the show on Hie road, in regard to the wood panelling signs at the rodeo grounds. It is a worthwhile experi ence, during Midnight Days, ti take a walk down town and look at the beautiful decoratini jobs done by the local mer :hants in preparation for the town's annual event. Also to be noticed are the various beautiful saddles tha are on display in_some of the store windows. These saddles are the aim of every cowboy riding the southern Rbdeo Ci: cirit as they are awarded to the 'ellow claiming the most points the various events listec jelow: Saddle Bronc Trophy donated jy Lethbridge Brewery, on dis- play at Macleod's Store; Cal: Soping, Calgary Power An- drew's Hardware; .Steer Wres- .ling, Canadian Western Na- ra-al Gas Fort Pharmacy Barrel Racing; Eamor Saddle- ry Robinson's Store; Bui Riding, Valley Feeders Wil- liam's Clothing; All Arount Cowboy, G.W.G. Reach and Co.; Bareback' Riding, Grey- hound Thaell's Mens anc Ladies Wear. The Pony Chuckwagon Races will follow the Rodeo on Sun- day and Midway rides for the kids have arrived and are being set up on the grounds al Midnight Stadium. SATURDAY, JULY 11 p.m. Midnight Day Parade. The parade will form up in the C.P.R. area in time for judging which will begin at p.m. Lead off at p.m. down 2nd Avenue to 24th Street, east on 24th Street (main street) to 3rd south on 3rd Street. Tlie public Avenue Avenue, to 16th is requested to park cars off the Parade Route and also off 15th, 16th and 17th Streets around 2nd Avenue as these streets are to be used by the parade commodate for the parade. committee to ac- floats and entries Flight 621 Turns Back TORONTO (CP) Air Can- ada's flight 621 from Montreal and Toronto to Los Angeles had to turn back over Michigan and return to Toronto Thursday be- cause of a malfunction in its au- ;omatie pilot system. The air- craft landed safely and took off again at 3 p.m. EDT. Flight 621 is the same flight number as the DC-8 that crashed four miles north of Portmto International Airport Sunday morning killing all 108 rersons aboard. Alfred Hitchcock, director of movie and television suspense 'ilms, was among the 96 passen- gers. He was taken to tho air- ine's VIP lounge where he dozed while wailing for a substi- tute flight. p.m. Bavarian Gar- den Dance following the Pa- rade. p.m. Stock car-Races at Midnight Stadium with out- of-town clubs also partici- pating. Novelty Race has May- or Ken Hurlburt challenging Mayor Krriie Patterson of Claresholm to a Stock Car Race. p.m. Rodeo of Cham- pions at Midnight Stadium. p.m. Bavarian Gar- den Dance. SUNDAY, JULY 12 p.m. Rodeo of World Champions and Crowning of Queen. p.m. Pony Chuckwag- on Races. Midway will be in attendance at the Midnight Stadium grounds throughout Midnight Days. Tlie Fish and Game Club will be serving a boun- teous and hearty breakfast Sunday morning at the Rodeo grounds. Eggs, Bacon and Hash Browns are the order of the clay and for only per plate. So come out and meet the cowboys. This energetic group is also running the con- concession booths during tha Stampede and without the con- cessions to wet a spectators whistle or appetite a Stampede would just not be the same. TV Air Of Death Report Praised OTTAWA (CP) Running just about exactly counter to the findings of a special Ontario government committee, the Ca- nadian Radio-Television Com- mission Thursday released a re- port giving the CBC high marks for its controversial 1967 TV special on air pollution, Air of Death. "The program adequately re- flected the information reasona- bly available at the time of the broadcast and is well able to stand as an example of informa- tional programming backed by a wealth of research and serv- ing a useful the CRTC report said. The report thus was opposed to the Ontario committee study, which gave the program a past- ing for use of "unwarranted, un- truthful and irresponsible state- ments" and treating "a com- plex problem in a way designed to create alarm and fear." Air of Death, the CRTC report appeared as its avowed pur- pose, namely, to awaken the public to the very real dangers of air pollution." The report "recognizes the in- creased awareness of the public to problems of air pollution since the original broadcasting of the program Air of Death on Sunday, Oct. 22, 1967." It faulted the CBC handling on one main possibility of health hazards to humans as a result of fluoride fumes from fertilizer plant operations in the Dunnville, Ont., area. WEATHER AND ROAD REPORT on 0 J ABOVE ZERO AT SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET tethbridge..... Medicine Hat Pincher Creek Calgary........ Edmonton...... Banff.......... Grande Prairie Peace River Penticton....... Victoria........ Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Saskatoon Moose Jaw..... Brandon Regina........ Winnipeg....... Thunder Bay White River Toronto........ Ottawa......... Montreal....... Quebec Fredericton..... Charlottetown Sew York...... 95 62 93 66 91 Si 91 54 80 B2 85 52 75 48 73 47 96 54 70 47 73 39 90 62 68 54 82 56 86 58 88 65 83 61 92 66 83 54 84 44 77 66 87 68 87 68 86 63 87 63 79 61 1. 2 .29 4 Washington..... 89 69 4.69 Miami......... 85 76 .40 Los Angeles 82 65 San Francisco 59 53 Las Vegas......ICO 76 SYNOPSIS Today is expected to be sim- ilar to Thursday except thun- derstorms will be more wide- spread, thus affecting the southern regions and some of the more northern regions. FORECASTS Lethbridgc-Medlcine Hftt Cloudy periods and local thundcrshowers will occur with heavy rains and gusty winds. Risk of hail today. Winds light except W20 and gusty in showers. Low-high Lethbridge 55-80. Medicine Hat 00-85. Kootenay, Columbia Sunny with occasional cloudy periods today, continuing very warm. Winds light, except locally southerly 15 and gusty in tho Thompson Valley. High today at Cranbrook, 92; Castlegar, 95. Saturday outlook: sunny with a few afternoon cloudy 83 73 .37 I periods. CHAMPIONSHIP COMBINING 2, 3, 4, 6 or 8 rows 20, 30 or 40 inch rows. Tell us how you'd like your GLEANER is be set up and we'll do it. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 327-3165 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA Highway 3 west. There is c-paving between Lethbridge nd Monarch. Motorists are sked to watch for men arid quipment. Between Coleman nd the B.C. border paving is in rogress causing slight delay to in progress. There are some rough sections. Motorists are asked to watch for men and equipment. Heavy oiling has been completed in this area and caution is advised. Highway 25 Oiling IB In pro- gress in the Turin area. Tlie Logan Pass is now open 24 hours daily. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coutls 4 hours: Carway 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. MST, CMef Mountain 6 a.m. o 9 p.m. Del Bonita 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Rooseville, B.C., 8 a.m. o 5 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., 24 hours; Porthill-Rykerta 8 a.m. o midnight, Logan Pass, open 2-1 hours. Highway 5 Lethbridge to felling. Ease course paving is ;