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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta The UtHbrtdge Herald VOL JULY 1974 15 CENTS 52 Pages Severed arm Teresa of has had a Edmonton's University Hospital after the child's severed arm replaced in a rare operation that arm was severed when she was run over by a doctors say could be the first of its kind in Canada mower in a field at the family 55 miles The operation was performed by a team from southwest of Edmonton Sharp's remarks draw criticism Special to The Herald UNITED NATIONS N Y There was a reaction of sur- prise and incredibility from the British Tuesday to the call of External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp of Canada for more nations to share the burden of peace keeping on Cyprus A number of diplomats interpreted Mr Sharp's remarks as perhaps of the presumed desire of the Soviet Union or its allies in the Warsaw Pact to contribute troops to the UN force The reaction of the British was the most outspoken minister must have been speaking off the cuff to and didn't consider the implications of what he was noted a senior British diplomat is a member of NATO I cannot see how the Arabs said stable investors PARIS Treasury Secretary William Simon said today he disagrees with pessimists who foresee instability in world monetary markets because of a shifting of funds by Middle East oil- producing countries people are con- responsible in- Simon told a news conference am not suggesting that everything is going to be but I am not suggesting that there will be the dark clouds that some have seen Simon said that stable world financial condi- tion is in the interests of both producing and consuming nations Canadian government want a thousand Warsaw Pact troops on the diplomat added think it's a natural reaction for a without giving the matter much to say let's share the burden with someone else The questioned as he left a UN security council session Tuesday said he hadn t been informed previously of Mr Sharp's statement Earlier in the a Yugo- slav official expressed sur- prise at the call for an expand- ed membership in the UN force He said Mr Sharp's words were certainly Yugoslavia is a member of the Warsaw Pact Diplomats here noted Tues- day that the Soviet Union is anxious that Russian or those of its join the UN force in Cyprus They speculate that this desire for participation was responsible in part for the strong Soviet support of a Cyprus cease-fire when the security council first met eight days ago on the issue The security council didn't call for a cease-fire un- til following the inv- saion of Cyprus by Turkey Questioned about Mr Sharp's statement Tuesday an official UN source con- sideration hadn't been given to widening the geographic composition of the by Secretary General Kurt Waldheim W Tapley the dep- uty U S delegate to the security said he had not been informed of Mr Sharp's remarks did not hear of his remarks and I have no comment to Mr Bennett told a reporter In an unanimous vote Tues- day the security council called for adherence to its cease-fire appeal Mr Waldheim told the coun- cil reports he had received from Cyprus gave rise to about the observance of the cease-fire cease-fire held fairly well during the night of July but after daylight on July 23 violations occurred around the edge of the Turkish Mr Waldheim said He said he had instructed the UN peace-keeping force make all possible efforts to stabilize the cease-fire Inside Classified Comics Comment District Family Local News Markets Sports Theatres TV Weather 22-26 34 4 13 29-31 18 19-21 7 6 2 what's the LOW TONIGHT HIGH THURS. WARM. Insurance premiums to hike 15 per cent EDMONTON Increases in automobile in- surance premiums for Alber- tans could be in ex- cess of 15 per a spokesman for the provincial automobile insurance board said Tuesday A B one of three board members said the in- creases will affect premiums for coverage of bodily property damage and acci- dent benefits The premium increases were approved July 16 Mr Mitchell said some in- creases could be more than 15 per but added it was im- possible to average them because all companies asked for different increases Motorists will face the in- creases as their policies come up for renewal during the next year The rate increases were sought by insurance com- panies because of significant changes in settlements resulting from he said The average cost of an acci- dent in Alberta involving bodi- ly injury or property damage was in 1971 and last year High court orders Nixon to yield tapes WASHINGTON The United States Supreme Court ruled 8 to 0 today that Presi- dent Nixon must surrender White House tapes and papers sought by special prosecutor Leon Jaworski as evidence in the Watergate cover-up trial Chief Justice Warren a Nixon delivered the ruling conclude that when the ground for asserting privilege as to subpoenaed materials sought for use in a criminal trial is based only on the generalized interest in con- it cannot prevail over the fundamental demands of due process of law in the fair administration of criminal Burger said Representative Robert McClory of a senior Republican member of the House of Representatives judiciary said it would be for Nixon if he did not obey the Supreme Court order the president would defy the court the way he has defied the committee I don't see how we could avoid ar- ticles of McClory told reporters McClory also said he thinks the committee should hold up its impeachment proceedings in order to get the tapes for its own inquiry This clearly is relevant in- McClory said 'We have subpoenaed we want it and to report articles to the floor without it would be a disservice committee chair- man Peter Rodino N J said the committee will go ahead with its plans to debate and vote on articles of impeachment without waiting for the tapes Nixon has been ordered to surrender Rodino has been advised by staff experts who worked on other White House tapes that it would take at least two months to produce useable even if the com- mittee received the tapes im- mediately The committee has subpoe naed most of the same tapes covered by the court order but Nixon has refused to comply with the subpoenas Chief Justice Warren a Nixon delivered the opinion of the court conclude that when the ground for asserting privilege as to subpoenaed materials sought for use in a criminal trial is based only on the generalized interest in con- it cannot prevail over the fundamental demands of due process of law in the fair administration of criminal Burger said The Supreme Court upheld U S District Judge John Si- rica's finding that not the was the final arbiter of a claim of executive privilege The court ruled that the dis- pute between the president and special Watergate prosecutor Leon Jaworski was subject to determination in the contrary to Nix- News analysis Spain slips into post-Franco era By FENTON WHEELER MADRID No matter how Generalissimo Francisco Franco's battle to regain his health turns Spain already has slipped into the post-Franco era The crossover took place when the 81-year-old chief of fighting for his life in a Madrid tem- porarily transferred the last of his vast powers to Prince Juan Carlos de Borbon Politicians view the shift as an irreversible political step toward the even if Franco takes some of it back The country accepted the end of 35 years of one-man rule without a or and with as the government- contrclled press put it One of Franco's doctors said Tues- day he saw no medical reason why Franco couldn't function again as chief of state whenever he wants to doctors predict a long and uncertain period of with Franco's ad- vanced age working against a full physical comeback Franco can res- cind at any time the verbal order surrendering power it may be another matter To bounce the chief-of-state powers back and forth might be damaging to both Franco and the 36- year-old prince he has trained from boyhood to be his successor High government officials are known to feel that Juan Carlos should be allowed to stay on the job in a testing period while Franco still is around time to go from one period to another has said one of- ficial Said a member of the political op- position the and the Christian Democrats and the I are in agree- ment to give Juan Carlos a chance Franco surrendered the first of the powers that he took after winn- ing the civil war in 1939 when he named his longtime Ad- miral Luis Carrero as premier in 1973 The admiral was assassinated last stunning blow to the mayor of Carlos Arias replaced him Juan Carlos and Anas Navarro now are the country's leaders on's assertion that it was not on grounds it was a dispute within the executive branch of government is theoretically possible for the attorney-general to amend or revoke the regula- tion defining the special prosecutor's Burger wrote he has not done so So long as this regula- tion remains in force the ex- ecutive branch is bound by it Justice William a Nixon appointee and former assistant attorney-general un- der John Mitchell did not par- ticipate in the case Mitchell is one of the de- fendants in the Watergate cover-up trial scheduled for this fall Jaworski wants the tapes as evidence in that trial It was not immediately clear how the president would respond to the court's ruling In arguments before the his James St said the case was ing submitted to this court for its guidance and judgment with respect to the law on the other has his obligations un- der the Clair said Turk government lauds Greece's new premier THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Constantine Caramanhs took office as premier of Greece today after the Cyprus crisis toppled the country's military dictatorship Early congratulations came from Turkey where Premier Bulent Ecevit described Cara- manhs as experienced statesman who had shown the value he places on Turkish- Greek friendship during his previous service Turkey's invasion of Cyprus on following a coup by the Greek-led National brought on the fall of the Greek government and re- call of Caramanhs from 11 years of self-imposed exile He replaced resigned premier Adamantios Androutsopoulos Evacuees flood Cairo OTTAWA Canadian diplomats in the Middle East are dealing with a big social problem in helping Canadians return home from wartorn an external affairs spokesman said today He said the embassy in Cairo informed Ottawa in a telegram Tuesday that evacuees flooding into the Egyptian capital were faced with a severe shortage of hotel space Cairo hotel situation was the worst in the telegram said On newly-named President Glafkos derides said the return of Archbishop ousted in the now collapsed a question for the people of Cyprus Ma- kanos said in New York he ex- pects to return to the presi- dency in a few but Cle- a Makanos said he has not been in touch with the Greek Orthodox arch- bishop Clendes said his job is not to decide about the return of Ma but to avoid bloodshed and rebuild Cyprus He de- clared and Greeks must coexist in the Cyprus na- tion without fighting News dispatches from Cyprus reported only scattered fighting Tuesday But United Nations forces reported a number of ceasefire and the Security Council adopted a new resolution demanding compliance with the truce that began Monday news agency re- ported new fighting today along the Green Line dividing the Greek-and Turkish- Cypnots in Nicosia The line is manned by Canadian troops of the UN peacekeeping force Reuter also said a UN post on the Green Line came under fire with some casualties No details were immediately available Two Canadian soldiers were wounded bringing the number of Canadians wounded since the Turkish in- vasion to 11 None of the wounds were believed serious Canada has 480 soldiers in the UN peaceKeepmg force on Cyprus Hundreds of thousands of jubilant Greeks thronged the streets of hugging and after the announcement that the armed forces have decid- ed to transfer power to a civilian headed by the elder statesman of Greek democracy and a self-exile in Pans for 11 years told a cheering crowd at the Athens airport early today 'I know that the Greek people in dif- ficult moments are and together I hope we will be able to construct a new democracy Caramanhs today swore in a national unity govern- ment of veteran politicians and economists George a leading centre-right was named deputy premier and foreign minister A government statement said Mavros is to leave Thurs- day for Geneva to head the Greek delegation to the Cyprus peace conference as the new Athens regime moved to calm relations with Turkey In King Constan- tine who went into exile from Greece after a 1967 military coup said he hopes to return to Athens soon He expressed 'deep in the fall of the Athens military but gave no indication when he might return to Greece The new cabinet represents a cross-section of Greek politicians and most of whom for years have been overshadowed by the country's military rulers British helped girl get home from Cyprus TORONTO A weak of terror in war-torn Cyprus ended Tuesday for 14-year-old Leila Gladstone when she rushed off a plane at Toronto airport into the arms of her worried family Leila had left alone in June for a two-month Cyprus stay with a business friend of her father's and was caught up in the violent uproar of the last week She said in an interview after her return that the thing that brought home the danger to her was finding a bullet in the road outside the house where she was staying She said she had been reluc- tant to go until she heard a Sunday night broadcast warn- ing tourists it was their last chance to leave The house where she was staying was only 10 minutes away from the Green Line separating the Turkish-and Greek Cypnot quarters of the Nicosia could see the outline of fires on the mountains the Turks had set to show the paratroopers where to she said We heard the bomb- ing all night long CLOSE TO BOMBING The house was a scant five minutes away from the presi- dential palace and the both bombed repeatedly family within two or three blocks was bombed She took refuge with the British Army after being refused aid by the United States embassy She said the British packed the refugees into trucks and drove them to a nearby army base Leila and some of the people she met at the base were taken to another camp and flown to England aboard a British aircraft Despite the fact she had no was penniless after a week in British sent her to a hotel and then put hei on a flight to Toronto Greece requests peace talk delay GENEVA The Cyprus peace talks among Greece and Turkey have been delayed at the re- quest of Greece to enable the new government to select members of its a British government spokesman said today The conference was to have begun today to discuss the fu- ture of Cyprus where a coup led by Greek officers ousted Archbishop Makanos and prompted the invasion of the island by Turkish troops The Greek government is being reorganized under Pre- mier Constantine Caramanhs after the resignation on Tues- day of the military-backed re- gime of Adamantios Androutsopoulous Greece and Turkey are signators of a-1959 treaty which in 1960 established Cyprus as a republic Under the treaty all three nations are obligated Ho ensure the' Mediterranean island's and hord About town Veteran gardener Rote considering expanding her lawn after she found she'd planted grass seed instead of carrots Wes Arlan Johnson and Bruce Laycock trying to break world's watermelon seed spitting record. ;