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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IETH6SIDGE HERAIO Thunday, 1, 1972 Winnifred Stewart honored at Edmonton EDMONTON (CD frert Stewart, whose work with retarded cliildren has earned her an international reputation and the Order of Canada's Medal of Service, Wednesday was awarded an honorary doc- torate of laws degree at the University of Alberta. Mrs. Stewart, founder and principal ot the W 1 n n if red Stewart School for Retarded 'Shame, shame' roar MPs [orner wins LH-TJ OTTAWA Jack Horner, the rugged and outspoken MP from Alberta, won an apology in the House of Commons Wednesday from a government member who insulted him. Mr. Horner Tooth decay to be hit by vaccine VANCOUVER (CP) A vac- cine to prevent tooth decay could be available within five years, Dr. Harold Hillenbrand, retired executive secretary of the American Dental Associa- tion, said Wednesday. The Chicago dentist, inter- viewed prior to a talk today to the College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia, said re- searchers have been working on the development for seven years. Although the vaccine is still in the experimental stage it is not far from being per- fected, he said. The vaccine would preven growth of bacteria that cause tooth decay, explained Dr. Hil lenbrand. Police, city workers clash MONTREAL (CP) Police striking city manual workei and private garbage collector clashed overnight In east-en Montreal with fists and club swinging. About 150 striking blue-collar workers, 50 police and about dozen garbage collectors wer Involved in the battle whic broke out as the privatcly-ei ployed collectors tried to pic up trash. jse in the Commons on a ques- on of privilege after Norman afik had sug- !Sted that Progressive Con- Leader Robert Stan- eld deserved a medal for brav- ry for daring to turn his back n the Alberta MP. The slur even brought Mr. orner support from a totally nexpected quarter, that of New 'emocralic Party Leader David ewis. Mr. Lewis commented n Mr. Cafik's display of bad And the Incident caused an- ther MP, outside the Com- ons, to suggest what many jcople secretly if Ir. Cafik wasn't careful in fu- ure he'd be In danger of recetv- ng a quick punch on the nose rom Mr. Horner. The hassle occurred soon after Prime Minister Trudeau ad announced in the Commons modifications and additions to Canada's system of awarding lonors for bravery. Mr. Cafik suddenly rose to his ect and asked of the prime minister: wonder whether he vould give consideration to giv- ng such an award to the of the Opposition for laving lo sit with his back to he honorable member for It was obviously a reference o days past when Mr. Horner is nought to have been a leading iorce behind Western Conserva- live MPs who held closed-door meetings In Saskatchewan at which they assessed Mr. Stan, field's leadership. Mr. Stanfleld was not invited. The Commons Immediately broke into an uproar. ''Shame! roared number of MPs from the Oppo- sition benches. Shouted Tom Bell Up stood Mr. Stanfield who pointed out that he didn't consi der the remark In good taste. "1 do not think I am undid; sensitive, and I do not want tcnd at least 25 per cent more oney in Alberta this year than ey did last year. In an unexpectedly bold an- ouncement this week, the pro- ncial government objected to ie proposed million com- mercial development at Lake In Banlf National Park. In a letter from Alberta's Linister of federal and inter- ovemment affairs, Don federal minister responsible or parks, Jean Chretien, the rovince noted: No study has been done on le effect the developm e n t ould have on the environment; The park has not been zoned iroperly; The project Is so large that il would create an "undue con- cantration" of people; And the proposal does not in elude accommodation for broad enough variety of Income evel users. Mr. Bowling said the Villa g. Lake Louise project will very likely go ahead soon in a modi ;ied form. The provincial governmen offered to work with the feder al government to fit Villag' Lake Louise into an overal recreation plan for Alberta. It was unfortunate, said Mr. Dowling, the federal parks branch and the developer did not consult wilh the province and large conservation and recreation groups before put- ting Village Lake Louise for- ward. Prior consultation could have prevented the "witness stand" atmosphere of confrontation that developed during federal government sponsored public hearings, he said, The Alberta g o v ernment, which declined to appear at the hearings at Calgary, has now proposed Banff and Jasper he y way of a transportation cor- idor. While recreation facilities are adly needed at Banff, Mr. fowling said the Village Lake jouise project is a small factor n the overall tourist industry his year. Revenues from tourism will n crease by at least one-quar- er this year and by 1980 tourist accommodation in c 1 u ding highways, hotel and motel and camp lave tripled, he said. He described as an excellent idea, a recommendation ap- proved by the legislature this year, that provincial parks be developed within the bound- aries of towns and cities. The proposal will be consid- ered in an overall park plan to be completed in about two years, and could result in pro- vincial government assistance to municipalities to develop local parks. World travel agents will tour Canada OTTAWA (CP) Travel agents from around the world have been invited to tour Can- ada's tourist facilities and at- tractions this summer, the Ca- nadian government travel bu- reau announced today. The bureau said the program, to encourage the growth of tour- ism revenue, will include visits to various parts of .Canada by about 500 agents from the United States. Europe, Latin America, and the South Pacific. Twenty-four tours are planned during the summer months. They will cover Western and Northern Canada, Ontario, Quebec and the Atlantic Prov- inces. lakfm ml of the nallona] parka Soviet Union. B.C. Sugar has profit of 73 cents VANCOUVER (CP) Bri- tish Columbia Sugar Refinery Ltd. reports consolidated net profit of or 73 cents a share for the first six montlis nf the fiscal year ended March 31. In the corresponding period the previous year, the company reported earnings of or 63 cents a share. Sales for the period wero up from tor the first six months of 1971. Company officials attributed the higher earnings to an in- crease in world sugar prices following a poor harvest in tha Improvements to computers cuts use cost MONTREAL (CP) James Kennedy of Vancouver, presi- dent of the Canadian Informa- tion Procp-ssing Society, says technical improvements in com- puter equipment have reduced the cost of using computers. In Montreal for the third an- nual Canadian computer show, sponsored by the society, Mr. Kennedy said today that until recently machine usage was the major cost factor. "Therefore companies would spend their time pro- grammers find ways of doing the job so as to use less mat- chine Another area of importance to computer technology is the de- velopment of cross-country net- works linking computer services together, Mr. Kennedy said. The question of such a net- work currently is being studied by a federal communications department task force, he said, adding that a reoort Is expected shortly. George Fierheller, president of the Toronto-based Systems Dimensions Ltd., and a former president of the society, esti- mated that by the 1980s the computer industry may he the largest corporate sector in Ihe economy. OTTAWA (CP) Prof. Paul Fox ot the University of Toronto has been appointed chairman of a new 10-member bilingual dis- tricts advisory hoard, State Sec- retary Gerard Pelletier an- nounced today. He and three others on the new board were members of the advisory board which first tac- kled the question of designating bilingual districts. Its recom- mendations were not acted upon, since the Official Secrets Act requires reconstitution of the board alter each decennial census and results of the 1971 census now are only becoming available. Other members of the new board are: Eleanor Ruth Duckworth, S6, a child psychologist, now senior research associate at the Allan- tic Institute of Education, Hall- fax. Adelard Savoie, 49, lawyer and former publl her of Le Progres L'Kvangeluie, now president of the University o. Moncton, N.B. William Francis Mackey, 54 linguist, Laval University Quebec City. Yvonne H. Raymond, director of the Federation of French Charities, Montreal. Walter Henry Hickman, 63 professor of French at the Uni versity of Victoria. Rev. Albert Adrien Regimhal !.J., 66, of Sudbury, founder o :he Ordre do Merite de la Cul lure Francaise. Leopold Lamountagne, 6: director of the college and un versily admision service at th University of Otawa. Mr. Justice Alfred Mauric Monnin of the Manitoba Cou of Appeal, vice-president of In Vanier Institute of the Family. Mrs. A. W. R. Can-others, i Calgary, 44, a teacher and wil Oie president of the Untver- ty of Calgary. Dr. Hickman, Judge Monnin d Mr. Savoie were also mem- >ers of the first advisory board. The board Is to make recom- mendations to the government the size and boundaries oi ilingual districts throughout anada, based on the most re. ent census data. RACIAL FINE Mixing of the races at eea shore areas in South Africa can bring the violator a fine of up to or a year in jail. OPPONENTS Asst. Ally.- Gen. Albert Harris Jr., top, leaves San Jose courthouse Wednesday after delivering his final arguments to the Jury in llie Angela Davis murder conspiracy kidnapping trial. Leo Bran- ton, bottom, one of the Davis defence attorneys, may open Ihe defence closing mcnls Thursday and Miss Davis miy participate. The charges agnlnst Miss Davis resulted from a disturbance at llie Mann County court- house, San Rafael, in which four persons, including ft judge, were killed (AP Wire- photo) Weather and road report il Hnns lnd millions for leases EDMONTON (CP) The Al- jerta government has realized from a sale of petro- eum and natural gas drilling reservations. The largest accepted bid was by Petrofina Canada, Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas Co. Ltd. and Amoco Can- ada Petroleum Co. Ltd. It was 'or acres in the Bergland Hiver region of the province's northwtst. The second largest accepted offer was S700.112 by Shell Can- ada Ltd., for acres in the Brazeau River region of west- central Alberta. SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNSET Lcthtiridgc 81 S3 .03 Medicine Hat 89 59 Pincher Creek 79 46 Calgary 83 51 Edmonton 85 53 BanK 76 46 High Level 76 48 Grande Prairie 82 44 Edson 82 40 Rocky Mtn. House. 82 Prince George 67 Vancouver 64 Pentlcton Prince Albert North Battlcford Moose Jaw Regina Winnipeg Kenora TOUR CUT SHORT GOLD RIVER, B.C. (CP) Governor-General Roland Mich- ener and his wife spent five hours in this Vancouver Island community Wednesday but fe- ver and a sore throat prompted Mr. Michener to cut short his tour of woods operations of the Tahsis Company. Thunder Bay Toronto 58 Ottawa ...........63 Montreal 71 St. John's 68 Halifax...... Chicago New York ___ 53 39 46 85 42 82 53 92 58 8S 65 88 60 85 45 81 52 78 41 42 .12 .05 .02 imite cl 1003 4lh Avenue S., Ulhbridge Telephone 328-4426 recessing i-Jervices Miami Washington Los Angeles San Francisco Las Vegas Phoenix 96 Mexico City...... 68 Honolulu........... 85 59.... 57 52 72 62 89 .73 00 55 74 64 58 50 96 76 .13 59 48 Jrussels.......... C2 50 83 62 iloscow 70 61 FORECASTS I.cthhriilge Medicine Hat Today: Mainly sunny. Winds Highs near 80. Lows 40 45. Friday: Sunny. Highs near 75. Columbia sutu'.y with cloudy periods. A ew showers and isolated hunderstorms in the Colum- )ia district tliis afternoon and evening. Cooler. Friday sunny with a few clouds. Highs today and Friday, mid-70s. Lows to- night 40 to 45. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Partly cloudy today and Friday with scattered afternoon and night time th u n d erslonns. Cooling trend West today and over the area Friday. Highs to- day 85 lo 95. Lows tonight 45 to 55. Highs Friday 75 to 85 West and North 85 to 95 Southeast. West of Continental Divide- Partly cloudy today and Friday with scattered afternoon than- dershowers today. Cooling trend. Highs today 75 to 85. Lows tonight 40s. Highs today 75 to 85. tonight 45 to 55. Highs Friday 70s. BEAUTIFUL 4 LEVEL SPLIT HOME located on quiet cul-de-sac. 4 Targe family room wllh open fireplace, L-shaped living room and dining room, ki fell en with piling area, baths, Broodloom !h rough out. Yore is landscaped and fenced. See al 2505 26 Sr. "A'' South. For Appointment 378.2651 OF 32AOB61 YOUR IRRIGATION NEEDS Are On Display In Our Showroom Now 0 A M Irrigation Fittings 0 Rain bird Sprinklers Alean Irrigation Tubing Ford Pumping Units Leaders In lha Irrigation Industry GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Irrigation and Farm Equipment Div. Couttt Highway, Ulhbridge, Phono.32B-1 HI OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways In the Lclh- tion now on Highway 61, from bridge disrtict are bare and 12 miles cast of the junction of dry. Highway 4 to Foremost. Also Highway 5, Trans Canada on Highway 61 from 1 mile Highway, bare and dry. south of Foremost U> Many- 75 per cent loading rcstrlc- berries. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coutt.i 21 hours; Canvay 7 a.m. lo 10 p.m.: Del Bonila 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; jRooseville, B.C. 8 a.m. (o 5 p.m.: Kingsgatc, B.C., 21 hours; I Port-hill Rytorts 8 a.m. midnight. Chirif Mountain 8 a.m. In 16 Wllclborsc, 8 to 9 p.m. ;