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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THI WTHBRIBGH HMAID Friday, July 17, 1970 Major Buys Meal For Protester MEDICINE HAT (CP) A nine day hunger strike by Eric Giles, 23, of Moose Jaw ended late Thursday and he w a s "reasonably satisfied" with results of his protest to focus attention on an automo- tive warranty he claimed was mishandled. Intervention by city mayor Harry Veiner brought the fast to an end following a private three party meeting. Mayor Veiner later purchased Giles' The Gtizeii Printers OK Pact OTTAWA (CP) A strike that has hobbled the Ottawa Cit- izen since July 6 appeared over today with agreement on a first contract for the daily news- paper's 58 composing room em- ployees. The virtual end came Thurs- day night when the room employees, a unit of the I n t e r n a tional Typographical Union, endorsed an agreement worked out by union and com- pany negotiating teams. Final ratification today by the larger Ottawa district ITU local to which the little Citizen ITU belongs, is seen as a formality only. Allan Heritage, an ITU inter- national representative, said there is no doubt the other members of the local employed in other organizations will ac- cept the agreement. Christopher Young, the Citi- zen editor, said he expects all 300 employees idled by the strike to be back on the job by Monday, including most of the paper's 150-member American Newspaper Guild unit. Most ANG members walked out in sympathy with the ITU strikers, who struck to support contract demands following the ITU certification as bargaining agent a year ago. PARITY WITH JOURNAL The new ITU wage package, not an issue in the closing days of the dispute, gives the com- posing room employees eco- nomic parity with their counter- parts on the capital's other Eng- lish-language daily, The Jour- nal. Under the 18-month contract, the day journeymen rate rises to from weekly ret- roactive to Jan. 1, Hours drop from 40 to a week. Night workers get slightly more money and a 35-hour week. The day rate rises to ?180.12 next Dec. 1. first meal In nine days. A statement after the one- hour meeting, involving Giles Mayor Veiner and Larry Bais- ley, vice president and gen oral manager of Canine r Motors, said only that an agreement had been reacted No terms were given. Giles announced earlier Thursday that although a war- ranty transfer on his used American Motors car, which he purchased at Gardner last June, was approved he would continue the hunger strike for reimbursement of expenses his 192 hour protest. The car, which he said had transm i s s i o n trouble, was parked during the time at one hour parking stall in front of Gardner Motors. With the help of a friend's car he moved his vehicle between stalls. Giles slept in the car and took for nourishment only milk, fruit juice and water, lie was to leave today for Moose Jaw. Post Offices Shut Down OTTAWA (CP) With no signs of progress hi their con- Tact dispute the postal unions and the post office continued their strategies of strikes and shutdowns today, hitting centres n Ontario and northwestern Quebec. Struck by 500 men were On- ario post offices in North Bay, Sudbury, Espanola, Brantford, Owen Sound, Meaford, Waterloo the second day in a and Station C in Toronto. In response the post office closed nine offices, involving 100 men. In Ontario, Delhi, Simcoe, Paris, Tillsonburg, Copper Cliff, and Sturgeon FaSs were closed. Noranda, Rouyn and La S'arre were the Quebec centres closed. The government signed a con- ract Thursday with the member Association of Postal Officials Thursday, giving them wage increases just under the six-per-cent guideline advocated by the government. The negotiations for the three-year contract ran for 11 months parallel to the talki be- ween the treasury board the Council of Postal Unions that are still going on. The board has offered the workers represented by the council a wage increase of close to 5.2 per cent a. year. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT Lethbridge Elks Lodge Room (Upstairs) EVERY THURSDAY -8 P.M. MOTOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT (LICENSED) 0 0 II I I B rt B R B For the Prospective Bride and Groom WATCH AND CLIP THIS ADVERTISEMENT EACH FRIDAY FOR HINTS ON Jo iyour WHAT KIND OF FLOWERS AND HEADDRESSES DO ATTENDANTS HAVE? The honor attendants and the bridemaids. hava headdresses in keeping with the style, color and material of their Picture bonnets, even a circle; of braided material or a band of flowers to which a short veil is attached ars often chosen. They may wear gloves, either short or long, in white or to match their frocks. They car-y arm or perhaps fan or circle shaped arrangements of flowers harmonizing With their gowns. The honor attendants, as they often have different colored frocks, may carry contrasting ftowers to tha others. OFFERING YOU THE FINEST IN CATERING FACILITIES URGE OR SMALL WE CATER TO THEM All PHONE 328-2364 FOR RESERVATIONS 10th AVENUE ond MAYOR uklVE SLAIN United Nations observer Maj. J. E. Bogvad of Sweden was slain by Egyp- tian small arms fire as he travelled on the Israeli held side of the canal. He was commander of the peace- keeping team on the Israeli side of the canal. Reject Ottawa Parley EDMONTON (CP) Indians holding a sit-in at a school in St. Paul have vowed to con tinue their protest until Jean Chretien, Indian Affairs Minis ter, meets with them. Thursday they rejected government invitation to mee in Ottawa with the minister and insisted that he come to the community, 100 miles noriheas of Edmonton. Government officials said they could not immediately agree to the demand. Mr. Chre- tien and his deputy minister were unable to travel to Alberta because of daily cabinet meet tags in Ottawa. In rejecting the offer for the expense paid trip to Ottawa the Saddle Lake Athabasca Native Education Committee said: "The department of Indian Affairs may issue the cheque but ttie Canadian taxpayer anc the Indian people will be the ones who pay." Such a trip "means trans- HALIFAX (CP) Justice porting and lodging a substan- Minister John Turner said today :here is little prospect of federal legislation this year to enable jrovinces to authorize off-track jetting shops. Ontario Attorney-General Ar- :hur Wishart had said Ontario is prepared to consider such legis- ation, but said today there is no ntention of crowding the fed- eral authorities to act immedi- ately. A Criminal Code amendment ast year banned off-track bet- ting. Mr. Turner said Quebec is the only other province that has ex- pressed any serious interest hi such legislation at the federal- provincial conference of justice ninisters and attorneys-general icre this week. Mr. Wishart said Ontario will :onsider an exemption quickly if Ottawa makes provision for t. Mr. Turner said it is doubtful hat legislation could be intro- duced when Parliament re- iumes in the fall, and said he elt more research was needed nto computerized off-track bet- ting systems to guard against underworld involvement. Off-Track Betting Needs Study PREPARES FOR HIS RECORD STUNT-Karl Wallenda, 65-year-old German-born aerialisf. known throughout the world for his daring on the high wire, makes a short test walk Thursday on his highest wire. Saturday, Wallen- da Is to make a walk across this table sus- spended 700 feet above Talluldh Gorge in .North Georgia. Fire Sweeps Feedlot Farm Program Extension Attendance Lags CALGARY (CP) Despite deal weather and record rodeo performances, Calgary Stam- >ede attendance Thursday con- inued to lag behind last year. Thursday's spectators was a drop of from last I'ear, bringing the eight day otal of to more than behind last year. COME IN 13 SPECIES There are 13 known species of urtles in Canada. WASHINGTON (Reuters) 'rince Charles and Princess Anne, said to be having a won- lerful time on their first visit to Vashington, launch into another ull day of sight-seeing and par- ty-going today after being out until nearly midnight Thursday night. The 21-year-old heir to the Jritish throne and his 19-year- sld sister capped their first day in Washington with a motor tour )f the city's spectacular floodlit monuments. Earlier Thursday night, the irince and princess helped cook steaks, hamburgers and hotdogs it a barbecue for two dozen oung people thrown by their Nixon's daugh- er Tricia and Julie and Julie's i husband, David Eisenhower. Davie, grandson of the late president Eisenhower, said as the five young people returned to the White House: "We are having a grand time." A British official said Prince Charles and Princess Anne "seemed to be haying a wonder- ful think they are really enjoying it." PACE TO CONTINUE The hectic schedule of the prince and princess, in the eight hours between their arrival late Thursday afternoon and the time they finally got back to the White House at about p.m. EDT, will be maintained right up to their departure for London Saturday night. After the pageantry and cere- mony of the official welcom given by President Nixon for the royal pair, formality took a backseat at the evening barbe- cue. Several of the friends of the Nixon girls and David Eisen- hower who attended the barbe- cue said of the royal pair: "They're great." The party flew 60 miles by helicopter to the presidential re- treat at Camp David in the Maryland mountains for the barbecue. who will have to lose tune off work, and the cost of the trip will eventually come out of money budgeted for Indian education." The sit hi started Tuesday after a meeting of. Indian delegates from various parts of Alberta and government officials. The delegates, who said they represented Alberta Indians, had demanded an all-Indian board of trustees to operate the all-Indian school where they were meeting. The native education committee said Parliament expressed the hope that Indians can become masters of their own destiny but :the "department misinforms the minister of our aspirations, strangles us in red tape and turns dialogue on principle into filibusters on MILDRED BARKER Herald News Service MAGRATH -John (Jay) Hamilton, former Magrath mayor, lost in new hay and equipment when his at 3 p.m. Thursday. Two thousand bates' of new hay went up in flames. I amounts to 40 tons of hay los at a ton. Also lost were a granary fill ed with wheat, a storage bin with tools and four new car tires, fencing and seeding equipment. Mr. Hamilton and his son were at then: farm at Bradshaw west of Magrath when the fire alarm was sounded. They were loading the last of their hay crop when they got word. Lifeguards at the Magrath swimming pool noticed the flames on a side hill a block east of the swimming Loxton, a neighbor', heard cattle bawling and turned out 13 feeders and two saddle horses that would probably have suffocated in the smoke. The feedlot is situated along the Pothole coulee east of the swimming1 pool. Magrath volunteer firefighters fought the blaze during the afternoon and were called out again at 2 a.m. when high winds occurred. The fire was still smouldering EDMONTON (CP) A program of land assembly and farm adjustment in northeastern Alherta was announced here by the provincial cabinet. The program in the Smoky Lake, St. Paul, Bonnyrille and Lac La Biche areas, is an extension of a pilot program started in Edson too years ago. The federal government will pay of the cost. Strip Tests Begin OTTAWA (CP) The federal agriculture department is starting tests on an insect-Wiling strip produced for household use >y a major oil company. But E. R. Houghton, supervisor of the pesticides unit of the plant division, said Thursday hat government toxioalogiste think Shell Canada Ltd.'s pest-control strip is safe and satis-iactorily labelled on the basis of information provided by the company and other research Leader's Wife S'AN FRANCISCO Damages wrist during rehearsal here four years ago. Mrs. ,Cugat took the action against Bimbo's Club. Cugat himself was awarded for the loss of Charo's services as a result of the fall. Railway Threatens To Charo, 29, was awarded damages in court today from a nightclub where she slipped and fell and broke Cook's oyitnjy ylj; C" TT D strip, sold under (AP) rur irivcs Up Body CORNWALL, Ont. (CP) -Police diver's recovered an eighth body today from the laker Eastcliffe Hall and jattled strong currents and choppy waters in then: hunt for a ninth; The body was found In the cook's cabin of the laker, which sank Tuesday after it hit a shoal and sank in the St. Lawrence 'seaway near this southeastern Ontario community. Police withheld identification nit still not accounted for were jawrence McDougall, 33, of Centville, N.S., and Freeman Barter, 29, of Ramea, names, uses an insecticide contained in plastic, permitting a slow release of an in-secticida! vapor, he said. It had jeen registered in Canada for some Central Railroad told a federal judge yesterday that if it doesn't get approximately by the end of the year, it will have to discontinue the operation of trams which are losing money. The United States' longest railway, which filed a AND Q4 ABOVE 12'flft ZERO AT NOON SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET Lcttbridge 95 61 REPORT Halifax 70 58 .05 Fredericton 74 63 75 64 St. John's, Nfld. 72 62 Chicago 87 66 Miami 89 79 Angeles Mayor To Visit Edmonton EDMONTON (CP) Sam Yorty, mayor of Los Angeles, will visit Klondike Days next veek. Officials said he and his wife will participate in the Clondike Days parade next Thursday and the official opening reorganization under federa bankruptcy laws June 2i, said ii needs permission to sel in trustee certificates to raise the necessary cash. It asked Judge John P. Ful-lam for a 15-day delay in the proceeding, which was granted pending appointment of trustees to run the Hat 95 Lethbridge A few thundershowers today. Wind! gusting to 30 in showers. Sunny and hot Saturday. Low niid-50s. High Saturday low 90s. Medicine Hat A few thunderstorms this morning, widespread thundershowers fanning this afternoon and evening. Winds occasionally gusting to 30 in showers. Sunny and hot Saturday. Low in the high 50s; high Saturday high 80s. Kootcnay, Columbia Today, mainly cloudy. A few showers or thundershowers this morning. Tonight a few clouds. Saturday, mainly sunny with highs in the 80s and lows in the mid-50s. Creek 92 57 .21 Banff 86 53 90 79 90 57 Mtri House 81 60 Kamloops 95 64 90 58 .24 Prince George 89 52 Prince Albert 80 51 Saskatoon 85 Meet MONTREAL (CP) About 200 policemen, accompanied by then- wives and children, arrived in Montreal Thursday to attend the 18th annual conference of the International Policemen's Association. They represent about police officers from Canada, the U.S. and the Panama Canal iiicess Tour Prince Charles showed his prowess as a sportsman by outscoring David Eisenhower hi a clay pigeon shoot and then the pah- of them went for a swim before helping cook their own supper. The girls all wore pant suits and most of the young men, including Prince Charles, were in open-neck sports shirts. The barbecue went on for almost an hour longer -than planned, then the party went back to Washington and then took off again for a sight-seeing trip around the city. The motor tour included stops at the towering Washington Monument, at the Lincoln Memorial, at each of which the prince and princess were litely applauded by crowds 'of about The party took the elevator to the top of the 550-foot monument and once there, Prince Charles suggested: "Let's walk down." It is 898 steps, but David agreed to go with him and the two arrived perspiring slightly at the foot of the monument in under five minutes. The girls took the elevator. Tonight, a dance for 700 young people on the White House lawn will be Washington's social highlight of the year. Rock groups will provide nonstop music for dancing on a specially-constructed wooden dance floor. One rock group will be the Guess Who of 87 55 Thunder Bay 87 58 Toronto 72 77 54 80 55 .09 Quebec 78 61 Johns 72 62 Presents SWATHERS and WINDROWERS k Extra wide crop t--fff Contour flotation. f liw ANNOUNCED OTTAWA (CP) Canada has made a grant, spread over five years, to the Institute of Tropical Agriculture in HALE f OPTICAL 4 j COMPANY LTD Gary Martin Dispensing Optician 307 6th St. S. R raised a foot while Individually powered trim ping roles produce thorough but gentle conditioning. No shredding No fearing Stemi art power crimpled. __- Tupu db GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION Schedule of EXHIBITION WEEK ACTIVITIES JULY 20 and Monday and Tuesday will be open days and normal hours will prevail a.m. until 12 midnite. Come and do your "THING" Play ihe piano, sing, have fun. JULY 22 WEDNESDAY-Dancing In Vimy lounge until 1 a.m. Music by Vinee Dietrich trio JULY 23 Dancing in Vimy lounge until 1 a.m. Music fay Ballaires JULY 24th FRIDAY-Singalong and dancing in the Beaver Room until p.m. Music by Helen and Tony JULY 25th SATURDAY-Dancing In Bsaver Room until p.m. Music by Mrs. Moore Trio Saturday Dancing in Vimy lounge until 1 a.m. Music by Helen and Tony Our dining room hours are as follows: Monday, Tuesday and Friday: a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday: a.m. TWINE ff.-325 Ib. jj TA itrenglh PER BALf FARM SUPPLIES Courts Highway Phorm AS AT COURTESY Highway 3 west. There is re-paving between Lethbridge and Monarch. Motorists are asked to watch for men and equipment. Between Coleman and the B.C. bolder paving is in (rogress causing slight delay in traffic. Highway 5 Lethbridge to Veiling. Base course paving is PORTS OF ENTRY (Openir 24 hours: Carway 5 a.m. to 11 p. o 9 p.m. Del Bonita 7 a.m. to S 0 5 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., 24 ,0 midnight, Logan Pass, A.M. TODAY OF AMA in progress. There are somg 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 is in progress in the Turin area. The Logan Pass is now open 24 hours daily, g and Closing CoutU m. MST, Chief Mountain 6 a.m. p.m.; Rooseville, B.C., 8 a.m. hours; Porthill-Rykerts 1 a.m. 24 houri, ;