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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 _ WE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Jun. 1, 1970 U.S. Draft-Dodgers Commercial View OTTAWA (CP1 Delegates to the six-day Royal Canadian Legion convention here pre- pared to pick a new president todav after spirited Wednesday s e s's i o n s during which they sought to close the border to American draft-dodgers aixl dc- B Unless there is a last-minute nomination. Judge J. Redmond Roche of Montreal mil succeed Robert Kohaly of Estsyan, Sask., as president by acclama- tion He is the only candidate. c (1 n e s (lay. Saskatchewan delegates nominated Mr. Ko- halv for another two-year term but the lawyer declined. Robert Smcllie of Winnipeg and Mike Adams of-Toronto arc nominees for rice-president Judge Redmond, 63, has been first vice-president of the war veterans' organization for the past two years and was elected resident" of the Quebec cora- nand in 1963. Delegates cheered a resolu- tion' calling for amendment af Canada's immigration laws to keep draft dodgers and de- serters out of this country. srcs REDS Delegates applauded vigor- when George Penfold of Don Mills, Onl., said, 'Com- rades, this group contains every shade of red, from 'pinko to Tiotskvites to Maoist." Several delegates referred t American draft-dodgers as bums who haven't UK com-fee" to support their coun- The prohibition resolution had been sponsored by seven com- mands across Canada. Delegates also voted to send Prime Minister Trudeau a loy- alty resolution with the view that "Canada should retain the monarchy." Other adopted resolutions urged that the federal and pro- racial governments again be equested to declare Remembr- ance Day, Nov. 11, a statutory y Legion holiday and opposed govern- ment "legislation to change Do; minion Day to "Canada Day or change the date from July 1. FINANCIER ard King Mellon, one of the nation's leading businessmen and financiers, died Wednes- day in Pittsburgh, Pa. He was 70. Bennett: 'Collective Bargaining h What We're Going To Have' _ t_ Unira TirP.'S 401 HALE OPTICAL J COMPANY ITD Jff Gary Martin Dispensing Optician 307 ilh St. S. 327-7152 Marijuana Penalization. Easing Urged MONTREAL (CP) The Ca nadian Homo and School am Parent-Teacher Federation saic Wednesday penalties for posses sion of marijuana and haslusl should be eased tad within the jurisdiction of the Feed and Drugs Act. Vic Dotton cf Winnipeg, tn federation's new president, tol the group's annual -meeting tli penalties "don't serve as a dc ;errent and they're rarely en forced." While the federation did nital in Niagara Falls, Ont. Incentive programs are those in which hospital employees are eturned a portion of the sav- ngs they create by making the lospital function more effi- ciently and effectively. At the Greater Niagara Hospi- tal the system has been used in ;wo departments so far the x- ray deparment and the laundry -and will likely be extended to others, Mr. Carruthers said dur- ing a panel discussion at the an- nual convention of the Canadian Hospital Association Wednes- day. Under the incentives program workers are given back 50 cents for every dollar saved over an mount based on an average ar before the system went o effect. 'Our savings have been slg- ficant and I think the returns employees will be considered gnificant, Mr. Camith- s told delegates. LANS VARY Panel member Robert Edge- umbe of Los Angeles, execu- ve vice-president of the United ates-based Commission for dministrative Services in hos- tals, said there are several iff ererit types of incentive ans. He did not agree with the rinciple of paying financial re- ards to hospital employees for FOR DAILY INSPIRATION OUR NEW NUMBER Justice Cote Dies At 60 MONTREAL (CP) Mr. Jus Itiee Paul-Emile Cote, Quete Superior Court judge and for mer MP for Montreal Verdun died Wednesday after a length illness. He was 60. Mr. Justice Cote from his judicial post last Oct bcr because of illness. He was first elected to th Commons in and left activ politics when appointed to th bench in 1954. In 1966. he w appointed chairman of the Ca ada and Quebec pension appe boards. He is survived by his wuc, former Laurence Gaulhicr, an 1 JO children. Funeral servi will be Saturday. Mortgage rylgr. Avco Financial Services I would like more information about your mortgage loans THE BIG BAND !N CONCERT Sunday, June p.m. Yates Memorial Centre Tickets at leisters or at the door each mproving their productivity evel and controlling costs. Strong management is neces- sary for such a scheme or they may have trouble with unions je said. Wednesday morning, severe speakers debated the merits o cost-saving recommendations p the federal-provincial commit tee on cost of health services in Canada. Dr. Stanley Haidasz, parha mentary secretary to Healt Minister John Munro, said fix perls have suggested that im plementation of recommenda tions could result in savings 1 health costs of abou ABOVE ZERO AT SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNSET Lethhriilge .......82 58 Medicine Hat 94 64 Calgary......... 89 52 Pincher Creek 89 50 Mmonton.......94 55 'eace Kiver..... 91 59 enticton........37 66 rinee George 91 48 .01 Camloops.......97 64 .13 ancouver .......80 51 'rince Albert 92 55 ortli Battleford ..94 60 wift Current 89 "0 egina ..........M 57 Vinnipeg........S3 53 Vhite River ......69 50 .01 YNOPSIS Cooler air is moving across je forecast district from the vest this morning, bringing an end the scorching heat o the past few days in all re gions except the eastern parts of Alberta. Following closely behind the cooler air is a band of clone1 which is already giving a fev showers in the Fort Nelson an western Peace regions. These cloudy skies and scat cred showers or thundershow- rs will move across most of ic forecast district today and rill linger through Friday. "OHECASTS LellibrMge Sunny be- coming cloudy with scattered showers or tliundcrshowers later this afternoon. Cloudy periods anil scattered show- ers Friday. Cooler. Winds light, becoming NW2J and gusting today NW15 and gusty Friday. Low-high leth- Ijriclge 55-80. Medicine Hat Sunny _ to- day except for cloudy periods this afternoon and a few scat- tered showers or thundershow- ers this evening. Sunny rath cloudy periods Friday. A littla cooler Friday. Winds SE15 be- coming NW20 and gusting late this afternoon, NW15 an4 gusty Friday. Low-high 60-75. Kootenay, Columbia Sunny with cloudy intervals and a few showers today. Mainly sunny and a little warmer Fri- day. Winds NW15 except light overnight. Low tonight and high Friday at Castlegar, 50 and 80; Cranbrook, 47 and 80. Finest Sfeel Farm Buildings Ever Made THE BEHLIN CURVET No building of equal qualify con match low toit of clear span Curvets. Channel- ridged steel panels bolt gather quitldy In a ragged, wealhor tight ihcll. Clear span models range in siza from 26' to a spacious 68'. Port the biggest machinery with plenty of tum-around room. Use for low cost crain ilotags. Mates an ideal warehouse, auditorium, etc. Soil value in steel buildings. do NOT HIGH PRESSURE sell. BEWARE OF SALESMEN TEAMS you do not We refund deposit! up 10 4 dayl after you sign an order. Write us (or our list of nearly 500 owners of steel building, purchased from us. NO OBLIGATION. Many design! and sizes of >lsel builainsi Convex, Flattop, Stralghtwall, etc, It you mn olford to build you can afford "BeMoa'' WRITE OR PHONE TODAY GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 327-3165 Indies' Aux. lo St.Michael's Hospital Soviet Foreign Minister Androi Gromyko, right, look, over big game trophies during visit to Hunting Museum in Paris Wednesday. With him is Valerian Zorin, Soviet Ambassador to France. uromyKO l> in the French capital for talk, with government leaden. OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA highways in the Lcih- bridge district are bare and in good driving condition. Highway I Trans Canada Highway. Calgary to Banff is dition. Banff to Revclstoke is bare and in good condition, llotroisis are advised to Baiiff-Hadium and Banff-Jasper highways are bare and in good condition. Creston Sahno highway w bare and in good condition. Mo- torists are asked to watch for fallen rock, deer and caribou. Snow tires or chains are no longer required when travelling in any mountain area. watch for fallen rock. The PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing umtts 21 hours; Canvay 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. MST. Chief Mountain 8 a.m. to 1 pm Del Bonlta 7 a.m. to I! p.m.; Hooscvillc, B.C., B a.m. to 5 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C.. 2-1 hours; I'orthili-iiykcrLs S a.m. to midnight; Ixifian Pass, closed, ;