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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta July 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 9 I Next kins of Spain I Juanito will be 'sorely tried' MADRID Monarchs are not usually designated by but Generalissimo Francisco Franco set his own rules for Spam. In 1947 he declared Spain a kingdom and on July he designated Prince Juan Carlos Alfonso Victor Maria de Borbon y Borbon as future king to insure continuity and Last week Franco delegated his powers to Juan returning at least to nominal power a family forced into exile in 1931. when Alfonso XIII left Spain aboard a British warship. Spain became a republic for a few years and the Borbons began a struggle for the rights to an inaccessible throne. Juan Carlos was born in Rome on Jan. the son of Don de Borbon y exiled count of Barcelona and third son of Alfonso XIII. Alfonso's first son died in Miami after an auto and the second Don Duke of was a deaf mute who renounced his rights in favor of Don Juan. In Don Juan called on his countrymen to get rid of but the appeal failed. When Franco eventually began considering how Spain would be ruled after his moves were made in the royal direction. In 1954 the general met with Don Juan and they agreed that Juan Carlos should complete his education in Spain better to serve his fatherland in view of the position he occupies in the Juan Carlos attended Spain's naval and air and was commissioned in all three branches Under the supervision of private tutors he attended Madrid University. In 1962 he married Princess daughter of Greece's King Paul. Juan Carlos thus became the brother in law of King who lost the Oeek throne after the 1967 Athens coup. The brothers in law became good discussed the elusiveness of office and practiced karate. Juan Carlos was more interested in sports than in intellectual and has become an accomplished water skier and Olympic yachtsman. When Juan Carlos was first mentioned as the possible future his father am a spectator in the and assume no responsibility in this And for many years Juan Carlos deferred to him. When Franco ignored the father and chose the Juan Carlos fell into his role warily. As royal claims Don Juan had the stronger one. But Franco had the power and wrote the rules. When floods hit the city of Juan Carlos asked the housing minister if he could tour the he was told to and the minister went instead. When a Spanish saint was to be canonized in Juan Carlos wanted to the foreign minister went instead. Franco did encourage Juan Carlos to visit one Madrid ministry after to get a sense of what the government was about. At his investiture in Juan Carlos was allowed to say that the past should not be a brake on the and visitors to the Zarzuela outside heard him hint of democratic inclinations. But many Spaniards regarded him as a melancholy figure with little character and less lacking in wit and drive. His friends who call him Juanito or Johnny speak of his good nature and sense of duty and family. has two Elena and and a 'Nixon stands alone in abuse of his power' Plywood firm charged with polluting water VANCOUVER MacMillan Bloedel Ltd. been charged by the federal Environmental Protection Service with polluting water frequented by fish. The Fisheries Act charge arose out of an incident March 21 at the company's Vancouver plywood beside the Fraser Fisheries Officer Tom Carscadden says The EPS alleges water that had been repeatedly used throughout the winter for. soaking frozen logs to warm them for cutting was dumped onto company land where it flowed into a ditch draining into the Fraser. Mr. Carscaden no fish were found but the solution ui soaking water that went into the Fraser was toxic to fish. About gallons were although not all may have reached the he said. He added that the company has a generally good record in preventing especially at the plywood division. The once moved immediately to stop further drainage of the solution into the river he said. The by summons returnable July carries a maximum fine upon conviction. Dateline Alberta Fort jail blameless in deaths GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather FORT SASKATCHEWAN Officials at the Fort Saskatchewan Jail were not to blame for the deaths of two men in the provincial correctional institute earlier this a coroner's jury has ruled. The jury made its decision after inqueets into the deaths of Marcel of Lac La and Wayne Patrick of Edmonton. Both men had been separated from other prisoners for their own protection. Jurors ruled that jail officials took all necessary precautions to protect who was found lying in his cell May 30 in a pool of with a deep gash across his throat. They also ruled that no one in the jail was at fault in the handling of who was found hanging in his cell June 7 with a crude noose fashioned from a pillowcase around his neck. The jury was told both remanded in custody at the jail to await further court appearances on charges of rape in Warawa's case and enter and theft -in Wood's were alone at the time of their deaths. They were in separate segregated sections of the jail. Penthouse going to High Court SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET H L Pre. Lethbridge...... 82 58 Pincher Creek 83 50 Medicine Hat 83 64 Edmonton 74 55 .01 Grande Prairie 75 47 Banff......77 46 Calgary......... 79 52 Victoria 69 57 .02 Penticton 80 60 Prince Rupert... 61 50 .59 Prince George 77 54 .02 Kamloops....... 79 63 Vancouver 75 60 .05 Saskatoon....... 77 52 Regina........ 81 53 Winnipeg......89 56 Toronto 77 52 Ottawa 77 55 Montreal 77 56 St. John's....... 70 45 .01 72 43 Charlottetown 68 41 v.. 1 Frederic ton 69 42 .05 Chicago 81 61 .47 Las Vegas 102 84 Rome.......... 77 63 Pans........75 57 London......... 73 59 Berlin.........75 50 Amsterdam..... 73 84 Moscow ......84 64 Stockholm 64 57 Calgary Medicine Hat Regions Mostly sunny today and Tuesday except for isolated thundershowers late this evening Highs near 85 to- day and near 80 tomorrow. Lows tonight near 55. Columbia Kootenay Regions sunny with occasional cloudy intervals. mostly sunny. Highs today upper-70s and Iower-80s. Lows tonight upper-40s and low-50s. Highs Tuesday 80 to 85. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Mostly sunny and warm to- day and Tuesday. Isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms. Highs 85 to 95. Lows tonight 55 to 65. West of Continental Divide Mostly sunny and warm to- day and Tuesday. Isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms. Highs 85 to 95. Lows tonight 45 to 55. EDMONTON L. Harris lawyer for Penthouse magazine and its Canadian says he has been instructed to appeal an obscenity ruling to the Supreme Court of Canada. The appellate division of the Alberta Supreme Court last week ruled 2-1 that the 1973 issue of the magazine was obscene. Mr. McDonald said the main question to be submitted to the Supreme Court of Canada is whether the consisting of Alberta Chief Justice S. Bruce Smith and Mr. Justice G. H. was right in its decision. Notley offended by statements PRESSURE TREATED FENCE AND CORRAL POSTS to POINTED 7 ft. to POINTED 7 It. to POINTED 8 ft. POINTED 7 ft. to NOT POINTED ......'250 10 ft. to NOT POINTED Get Your Poets Now While Available at GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Box 1202 Phont 326-1141 EDMONTON Western Canadians should not allow spokesmen for the foreign dominated oil industry to define Western says Alberta NDP Leader Grant Notley. find it offensive in the extreme to hear spokesmen of the foreign owned corporations tell me that I am alienated from my fellow he said in a prepared release. they continue to do so we will simply see the country divided while mainly foreign controlled corporations gain at the expense of both the east and the B.C. asked Another serious trend in the discussion of western alienation the tendency of some people to equate objectives such as regaining control of our economy with eastern interests rather than tO Stttll the national An immature Western Canadian economy stems from foreign especially in the resource not Eastern he said. World grain demand 6 challenge to Canada WINNIPEG Producing and storing grain to meet growing world demand has the inherent danger of becoming an overburden on the market and resulting in depressed Charles president of the Canadian Federation of says. Mr. speaking at a meeting of Manitoba Farm Bureau said Canada and other major grain producing countries face a tremendous challenge in meeting world demand. Small rural elevators 'inefficient' REGINA The president of Cargill one of the world's largest grain marketing last predicted that the trend to closure of small rural grain elevators will continue. Speaking to a regional meeting of the National Farmers Roger Murray said increasing costs will make it imperative for elevators to be consolidated. He also said that the recently increased grain handling now lOVz cents a will only temporarily cover the grain handlers' costs and there will be pressure for a further increase Meeting Wednesday to avert B.C. forest plant walkouts PORTS OF ENTRY opening and closing Carway 6 a.m. to 12 Chief Mountain 7 a.m. to 10 Coutts open 24 Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 9 Kingsgateopen24 Porthill-Rykerts7a.m. to 2 8 a.m. to 9 Rooseville 8 a.m. to midnight. VANCOUVER Union and management representatives are to meet Wednesday in an effort to head off a threatened walkout by operating engineers at nine British Columbia forest plants. Strike notice served by the International Union of Operating Engineers expired but local 882 business manager Bill Kadey appealed to union members to stay on the job. WATCH STAR'S DEATH SAN Calif. Astronomers at Lick Obser- vatory say they are witnessing the death of a star light years away. The named KG Sagitta after the Sagitta constellation in which it has cooled to from 30.000 in one operation Canadian Forest Products in New Westminster is worrying us right but if there's no movement by the industry on we could have Mr. Kadey said. The IUOE met Friday with Forest Industrial bargaining agent for the forest companies. Mr. Kadey said Associate Deputy Labor Minister Jim Kinnaird was in contact with both sides during the although he made no move to intervene in the contract dispute. The 96 operating engineers have been offered the 12 per cent wage increase plus cost of living adjustments contained in the tentative International Woodworkers of America master agreement but they also want substantial rate revisions. game bid VANCOUVER The Sierra Club has urged the B.C. government to withhold approval of the Vancouver Garibaldi bid for the 1980 Winter claiming the area would be turned into an international winter sports centre out of reach for most B.C. skiers. In a letter to Resources Minister Bob the conservation group said promoters hope to raise more than million for additional facilities on many of them to be built on crown land. prefer to retain as much land as possible in its natural while developing the area as a place where British Columbians can enjoy inexpensive and uncrowded it said. the Olympics is allowed to go unnecessary development will take place that will impair the usefulness of the area to other sports like hiking. By WILLIAM V. SHANNON New York Times Service WASHINGTON Defenders of President Nixon repeatedly argue that his enemies are trying to drive him from office for offenses no worse than those committed by one or another of his recent predecessors. Commentary The fundamental answer to this argument is that Nixon has committed improper and illegal deeds so far as is no previous president was guilty of. But rather than rehearse the now familiar litany of let us consider the more difficult and ambiguous implications of this pro Nixon argument. Let us compare what he has done in the areas of financial corruption and abuse of presidential power with the record of his three immediate Presidents Kennedy and Johnson. Eisenhower may have inadvertently set Nixon a bad example during his own White House tenure Eisenhower not only golfed and played bridge with rich businessmen but also accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars in expensive gifts from them. Two of them took over the running of his Gettysburg farm and absorbed all of the losses. according to a recent even allowed a wealthy acquaintance to pay for his entire civilian wardrobe when he left the army in 1948. He also received an enormous though legal tax break before he became president when internal revenue agreed to treat the payment for his wartime memoirs as capital gains rather than straight income. But while in the White Eisenhower did not do any of the things of which Nixon now stands accused. Ke did not take dubious and possibly fraudulent deductions in order to underpay his income did not convert campaign contributions to his own and did not charge the taxpayers for improvements to his own property. born to was mostly indifferent to it. If he misused power to his personal it was in the appointment of his brother as attorney thereby violating a 170 year tradition against presidential nepotism. Robert Kennedy was an outstanding attorney but no personal merits could justify or offset the damage that his appointment inflicted upon a highly desirable tradition. Lyndon Johnson made himself a rich man while in Congress by obtaining radio and television franchises. He also showed through his association with Bobby Baker and others that he knew a good deal about the seamy side of politics. None of this went unnoticed in the press at the time. Because of his vulnerability on this very evidence suggests that Johnson was extremely careful once he became president to make certain that no financial scandals marred his White House record. Partly for that he chose as his successive attorneys general two men Nicholas Katzenbach and Ramsay Clark who had spotless reputations and who had nothing to do with his own past career in politics. Johnson would never have called up either of his attorneys general and commanded that an antitrust suit be dropped. Nixon not only made such a reckless intervention in the ITT but then compounded that mistake by allowing Richard G. Kleindienst to perjure himself before the Senate Judiciary Committee in order to conceal that presidential order. I can think of no other president who would have DON'T GIVE US A VACATION SiippIlM PRAIRIE DITCHING COMPANY embarked on so dangerous a course of and Nixon did it almost casually. Eisenhower used the Central Intelligence Agency to overthrow legal governments in Iran and Guatemala. Kennedy used it in an unsuccessful attempt to overthrow the government of Cuba These CIA interventions were a stretching of the presidential power in a way that the constitution did not contemplate. Johnson stretched it even further by conducting a sizable war in Vietnam without ever getting really adequate legal authority from Congress Nixon perpetuated that abuse of authority in Vietnam. he invaded Cambodia without the approval of later bombed it without even the knowledge of most of and permitted the bombing to be covered up by the falsification of air force records. Is this not comparable to but significantly worse than the Bay of Pigs in its and the extent of the Eisenhower had no interest in wiretapping. Kennedy and Johnson were aware that the FBI did some domestic wiretapping of dubious legality and did not put a stop to it. so far as is neither of them did anything remotely comparable to what Nixon has done in wiretapping and political espionage. He had the FBI wiretap his own hired two ex policemen to dig up on his political and set up his o n counterintelligence group in the White House to fabricate conduct and destroy the reputations of private citizens Other recent presidents have made mistakes and sometimes exceeded their authority. DWIGHT EISENHOWER LYNDON JOHNSON INSURANCE CLAIMS ADJUSTER Required by Multiple Line Insurance Cal- gary Office. Preferably a college graduate or equiva- lent with one or two years general adjusting experience. Full benefits including company pension disability and medical and dental benefits. Salary commensurate with qualifications. Moving costs to be paid by the company. Apply in writing Travelers of Canada 635 Sixth Ave. Celgary Mr. R. A. Claima Mgr. All inquiries will be treated confidentially EXPERIENCED MAINTENANCE MECHANIC For large Distribution Centre in Calgary. Ex- perience with Raymond Forks and Moto-Truc preferred but not necessary. Own Tools necessary. 5 40 hour work week. per hour with without and full range of Company Benefits. Apply in writing or in person CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED 10 Avenue S.W. ALBERTA DIRECTOR OF RECREATION SERVICES EDMONTON The Director of Community Recreation Services reports directly to the Assistant Deputy Minister ol the Recreation Development Division of the Department of Youth and Recreation and has full responsibility for the overall development of the Branch. implements and reviews policies with respect to the development of recreation leaders and facilities in Alberta communities. Provides other related recreational development services Requires a Master's Degree in Recreation Administration or equivalent preparation in recreation or a related including considerable course work In management and planning. Also requires a minimum of five years related experience Salary up to Closes August Competition number M342-2. APPLY- Government Of Alberta Personnel Administration Office I Main Centennial Building 10015-103 T5J OH4 OR1 Room 500 Terrace Building Alberta. T5K 2C1 ;