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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBR1DCE HERALD Wurlnesday, July 12, 1972 Slavy sps rec Chess champ Spassky snubbed by bookies REYKJAVIK, Iceland (API Defending champion Boris of Russia was favored hy Ihc experts to beat American LAKE (CP> A challenger Bobby Fischer In the federal g o v ernmi'nt invcsliga-'opening game of the world lion into the spending of nliou! cl S2 million in Slavy Indian funds may start next Holiday. Chief Harry Clionkolay said Tuesday he had heard there may be a postponement of the Investigation until mid-August, but the band had asked the fed- eral government to go ahead on schedule. A spokesman for the Indian affairs department saitl (he hearings probably will start on time. Jean Clirclicn. minisler of In- j hess match when play resumed today. The opener of the richest chess competition in liisfory ad- journed Tuesday night after four hours, 34 minutes of play and 40 moves by each player. The game was to resume Bt 5 p.m. (1 p.m. EDT) with refer- ee Lolhar Sclimid of West Germany making Spassky's 41st move. The Russian wrote it on a slip of paper and handed it to him in a sealed envelope at the adjournment. The two competitors, their seconds r.nd chess enthusiasts (or Fischer: king, bishop and three pawns for Spassky. The match had appeared headed for a draw until Fischer tried lo seize the initiative 01; his 29lh move. The lanky Brooklyn, N.Y., challenger galloped his bishop down a long blsck diagonal lo snatch on unprotected pawn Spassky had offered. A few moves later the bishop was trapped and lost in exchange for two pawns. CALLS IT BLUNDER U.S. grandmaster Robert Byrne said it was a blunder and commented: "Fischer is going to havo trouble to make a draw. I don't see how Spassky can lose." Analysing the game for The Associated Press, international grandmaster Isaac K a s h d B n dian affairs, r.nnounccd Ihc in- throughout the world spent part vcslipation after learning there of the overnight break analysing was 52 million in (lie band fund 'possibilities for Ihe 11 pieces re-: in ior.7, hut when cheeked bv maining on the prcc-n-aml-wliilc genius." He said it gave Spas- ihe department in 1D70 most o( chessboard in Reykjavik's sky good prospects for a win. termed Fischer's move "a rare miscalculation by the American it had gone. sports hall: king and five pawns I Svetozar Gligoric, the Yugo- slav grandmaster, said: "It Is doublful whether black can save a draw." Spassky, who had the first move, is playing Ihe white pieces, Fischer the black. Fischer has played Spassky five times in the past, losing all three limes he played the black pieces and getting draws both times he played while. But London bookies have made the 29-year-old American the 6-lo-4 favorite over the 35 year-old Russian in the 24-game championship. A draw counts half a point and a win a point. To dethrone Spassky, Fischer needs points while the Russian can re- tain his crown with 12 points. The winner will get In prize money, the loser and in addition they will divide equally an estimated from film and television sales. The second game of the match is scheduled for Thurs- day and the third Sunday. The contest may last two months. Okamoto confession upheld SARAFAND, Israel (Rculer) A military court today upheld the validity of a confession made by Japanese gunman Kozo Okamoto, despite the fact "hara-kiri" agreement made by Gen. Rehavam Zeevi May 31, which the general on the same day told Okamoto was null and void, and the confession that it was only made after he had Okamoto made four days later been promised the opportunity to commit suicide. The court decided that there was no connection between Ihe to police Superintendent Men- ashe Golan. The court pointed out that Golan had warned Okamoto that anything he said might be used as evidence against him in court, making it clear that no one would give liim a pistol. The fact that Okamoto then continued to make his testimony showed Uiat he fully understood thai Ihe agreement earlier signed with Zeevi was null nnd void, the court ruled. Kozo Okamolo is the only sur- vivor of a three-man Japanese suicide squad which gunned down n crowd at Lod Airport May 30. Okamolo has been charged wilh death of 26 wounding of over 70 others in the airport massacre. his part in the people and the Fighting rages around Quang Tri SAIGON (API Heavy fight- ing was reported on Uiree sides of Quang Tri city as lank-led North Vietnamese forces for the sixth straight day blocked a government drive to recapture the provincial capital. The Saigon military command said 198 North Vietnamese sol- diers were killed and four tanks destroyed In five battles north, east and south of Quang Tri City on Tuesday and today. First reports said 29 South Vi- etnamese soldiers were killed and 69 wounded. Nearly ell of the government casualties were reported In the helicopler land- ir.g of several hundred South Vi- War views of jurors established LOS ANGELES (AP) A proponent of the Vietnam war was removed as a possible juror in the Pentagon Papers trial Tuesday, but four who said they want the United Slates to get out of Vietnam were allowed to remain, at least temporarily. The Iwo men and two women who oppose Ihe war swore Ihey could be fair and impartial Ju- rors in the trial of Daniel Ells- berg and Anthony Russo, and Judge William Byrne did not en- tertain any challenges for cause on their eligibility to serve. etnamese marines a mile north of Quang Tri City at noon Tues- day. Three U.S. marine helicopters were shot down, and two Ameri- cans were reported wounded. The North Vietnamese launched one counter-attack just before dawn today and seized hilllop positions from South Vietnamese paratroops lo the southwest. Several battalions of South Vi- etnamese paratroops on the edges of Quang Tri City were being pounded by long-range North Vietnamese artillery fire. LARGER THAN LIFE World champion Boris Spas- sky and challenger Uobby Fischer are dwarfed by Ihe giant screen above them as they meet in Reykjavik, Ice- land, Tuesday for the world's chess title. The board shows the moves as they are mado nnrt the clocks record Hie time left for each player. (AP Wirephoto) Rainstorms lash Japan 61 die in floods Timvu amy-onc persons arc known dead, 23 are missing and 11 have been injured in floods and landslides resulting from rainstorms that have lashed southwestern japan since aunnay, me national police agency said today. Torrential rains hit the southern Japanese islands of Shikoku and Kyushu last week, 30 others arc still missing. The central mefeorologlca agency forecast that the heav rain would continue into Thuri day. October 23? Private poll lo advise PM OTTAWA Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau will pick his election date after he examines the results of a private poll to be conducted for the Liberals this summer and made availa- ble lo the cabinet in mid-Au- gust. The prime minister has urged his ministers lo make their holi- day plans for the latter pail of July and first week in August. They would be back on the job in mid-August ready to weigh arguments for and against an October election. October 23 appears to be the most popular date now among the Liberals for a fall vote. Oct. 30 would place the Canadian election too close to the United States presidential election which takes place November 7. If the prime minister should decide to go to the country or October 23 he would have lo Duck damage met by Grit pair OTTAWA The federal gov- ernment Is ready to put up million for a five year federal- provincial program it has pro- posed to cope with the problem of crop depredation by water- fowl on the prairies. Environment Minister Jack- Davis and Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson announced the mul- ti-million dollar fund Tuesday. The program will go into op- eration this year if it is ac- cepted by the provinces. Annual JULY CLEARANCE SALE Ballard defence sums up damage by ducks Is estimated at During the first year of the program's operation Ottawa would put up to be divided between a joint federal- provincial lure crop program an interim the existing provincial crop damage compensation pro- grams. Similar amount would be available for Ihe following four years of the plan. Damage to grain crops would be reduced by lure crops under the agreement, said the minis- ters. The remaining damage would be covered by a form of crop insurance to farmers which would be negotiated with the provinces. The three prairie provinces would match the federal contri- bution to this program, if agree- ments are reached. Mr. Olson and Mr. Davis said he federal government has >een concerned about the sever- ity of the crop depreciation prob- lem on the prairies which are :he pioundv for ducks in North Auu'rca, The trampling of swaths and eating of unliarvesled grain by ducks is eslimated to cost the :armers each year a loss of around TORONTO (CP) Counsel for Harold E. Ballard, president of Maple Leaf Gardens, told a court Tuesday that Ballard did not know that the Gardens paid for improvement on his home and that there was no evidence to show that he participated in any deceit or falsehod. Lawyer John J. Robinetle, presenting final argument for the defence in the case against Ballard, charged with fraud and theft of told the court: "The Crown has not proved beyond a reasonable doubt that Mr. Ballard knew Maple Leaf Gardens was making these pay- ments. and more impor- tantly, (here is nn evidence that Mr. Ballard participated in any deceit or falsehood in respecl lo any of these cheques in these offences." No witnesses were called for the defence by Mr. Robinette who cited Crown testimony that Rallard. executive vice-presi- dent of the Gardens at Ihe lime, asked why he was 1101 get-! ting bills for uorll, of I work performed by Cloko Con- struction Co. Lid. from tu dissolve the House of Commons on August 28. Wednesday (today) the politi- cal cabinet is scheduled to meet and assess political develop- ments and their impact on the fortunes of the Liberal parly. Thursday and possibly Friday Ihc regular cabinet will meet. II will handle the regular business and tidy up loose ends before missioned to lake the political pulse of the nation tliis summer for Ihe Liberal parly. Its results will be available in mid-August and will be studied by the prime minister and members of his cabinet for the political cabinet meeting at Ihe lime at which the argumcnls for and against an October election will he care- fully examined. many of lire ministers depart The prime minister will make from Ollawa for a well-earned vacation' A private poll has been com- his decision for or against an October election in the lalter part of August. Window cleaner rescued from top of Man-World MONTREAL (CP> A 21- year-old window cleaner was re- covering today from a broken leg after being rescued hy a police helicopter from the lop of a 250-fool-hlgh geodesic sphere at the Man and His World exhi- bition. Yves Larouche suffered a bro- ken right leg and back injuries Tuesday when he slipped 30 feet down the side of the United States pavilion, stopping when his foot lodged m the sturcture's metal molding. Two police officers climbed the mnzc of pipes which form the building and used ropes In move Mr. Larouche to the top of Ihc pavilion where he was lashed to one of the pontoone of a police helicopter. The helicopter landed nearby and the victim was transferred lo an ambulance to bt taken to hospital. Weather and road report SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET H Lcthbridgc Medicine Hat Calgary Pinchcr Creek Edmonton .66 Banff...........63 Coronation.......67 High Level.......72 Grande Prairie CO Edson.......... 67 Prince George .66 Vancouver.......61 Penticton 74 Prince Albert.....66 Saskatoon........65 LPRE 71 50 .05 68 46 67 52 65 49 66 48 49 .02 .04 .16 67 77 Yorkton North Bay Segina..........71 Winnipeg.......84 Toronto Ottawa Quebec St. John's Halifax Fredericton 58 1.21 59 .01 48 43 80 (II 70 77 72 78 .03 64 30 53 62 64 1.51 56 .01 Clokc officials leslifincl that Ihe work al sub urban rmrl nl tht? home of his partner, the lair 0. Stafford Smythe, was included in in- voices for construction at the Gardens. Mr. II o h i n c 11 c noted that cheques to Clokc Construction had been signed by Smylhc and Ihnt in May. 19611, Balinrd had paid to Ihc Gardens for work done al his honnv This wns Ihc firsl lime Bnl- Inrcl knew of thr phoney in- voices, Mr. Robinclic .said. Fire damage estimated at KELOWNA, B.C. (CP! Damage was eslimaled today al more than S250.000 following a fire that destroyed the broad- casting studios and equipment oi radio station CKIQ Monday uighl. The fire, which broke out shortly afler a p.m.. was caus- by an electrical failure in a The slation was back on Ihe air just eight hours after Ihe fire. Slation manager Walter Gray said the stal'on has been tem- porarily re-located in a Kclowna motel room. The slalion is owned by Four Seasons Radio Lid. of Kclowna- Chicago..........85 74 New York.......89 74 Boston......... -91 64 Washington 85 70 San Francisco Denver Las Vegas Honolulu Mexico City Home..... Paris...... London ..70 56 93 .108 77 86 76 73 78 55 59 71 Amsterdam Brussels Moscow 70 50 73 55 84 68 FORECASTS Lcthbridge Medicine Hat Isolated showers along the foothills today. Highs 70-75.. Lows near 50. Thursday! Sunny- Highs nenr 75. Calgary Today: Periods of light rain, ending tin's evening. Highs near 65. Low near 45. Thursday; Mostly sunny. Highs 65-70. Columbia Kootenay To- day and Thursday, cloudy with periods of rain. Highs today near 70; lows tonight near 50; lughs Thursday upper 70s. MONTANA East of Continental Diyide warmer today with scattered showers in Ihe western moun- tains. Mostly cloudy with scal- tered showers tonight and Thursday. Cooler west and north Thursday. Highs today 75 to 85. Lows tonight 45 to 55 west and north 55 to 60 south- east. Highs Thursday 65 to 75 except low HOs southeast. West of Continental Divide Considerable cloudiness with scallered showers today and Thursday. A litlle warmer to- day but cool again Thursday. Highs loday 70 lo 80. Lows to- light 45 to 55. Highs Thursday KEEP ALERT EDMONTON (CP) It has been more than a year since a domcslic animal was diagnosed as rabid in Alberta but this is no reason for the public lo he- come complacent. Dr. G. R. Whcntiam, Alberta provincial veterinarian said today. OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. THURSDAY and FRIDAY 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. GREENHOUSE MANAGER Calgnry operation specializing In tomatoes. Should luivo somo knowledge of plant science! ond mechani- cal maintenance. Salary commensurate with lions. Good prospects for advancomenl. Apply In con- Mdonco to: Canada Manpower Centre. 4l9-7lh Slrool Soulh, LnlhbridnK GEHL HAY-KING MOWER CONDITIONER WINDROWER A mawar eulferbor, Rod ond full widlh culler bar in unil. Culs Conditions Swothi in one operntion Rubber Top Roll and Spiral Ribbed Keel lower roll cruih ttoms. See KEN DICKSON or DOUG IRWIN GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY, IETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-1 Ml OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways in the Loth- bridge disrtict aro baro ana dry. Highway 1, Trnns Canada Highway, baro nnd dry. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening nnd Closing Coull.i ?1 hours: Cnrwny fj n.m. to rnidniehl; Del Hr.niln n a.m. lo 9 ji.m llooscville, li.C. B n.m. lo midnight; Kingsgulo, H.C., 21 Imnrs] Porlhlll Hykeils 8 a.m. lo mklnighl; Chief Mountain 7 a.m. in 10 pjn.i e n m, s pro, ;