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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May LETHBRIDQE Dateline Alberta Bus fares increased EDMONTON (CP) Passenger fares on some bus routes in Alberta were increased by five per cent effective June 1, Floyd Mogen, vice president of sales and traffic for Greyhound Bus Lines of Canada, said Tuesday. He said the increases affected routes between Calgary and Edmonton and 6Slap in the face' EDMONTON (CPF) A refusal by CBC Edmonton to carry a one hour morning education program produced by the Alberta Educational Communications Corporation was described Tuesday as a "slap in the face" to adult education. Larry Shorter, president of the communications group, made his statement after CBXT refused to carry the program come alive A CBC spokesman here said the corporation's policy of assisting education covers only teacher training and in classroom instruction. The program, which will appear on Alberta CTV stations starting Oct. 14, will be produced at a new CTV station here. Town sues province PEACE RIVER (CP) The Town of Peace River Tuesday outlined its claim for in damages against the Province of British Columbia because the water intake system and a water main were damaged at the mouth of the Hart River in 1969. Justice J. V. H. Milvain of Alberta Supreme Court heard testimony that erosion in the Hart River within the town was caused by low levels of the Peace River, created by the W. A. C. Bennett Dam at Hudson Hope, B.C., upstream from Peace River. Phone service cut WETASKIWIN (CP) An air conditioning unit exploded Tuesday at the Alberta Government Telephones office in this community 40 miles south of Edmonton and disrupted long distance telephone service for about 30 minutes. Officials said the explosion, of underermined origin, released heavy ammonia fumes and forced evacuation of a section of the building. Trustee won't quit EMMONTON (CP) Separate school trustee Larry Messier, who was recently fined in provincial court on eight charges of violating the Income Tax Act, says he will not comply with a school board motion calling for his resignation. Four trustees voted in favor of the motion asking Mr. Messier to resign while a fifth voted against. The tax charges against Mr. Messier were all summary conviction offences. GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge......63 42 Pmcher Creek... 57 40 Medicine Hat 67 41 .03 Edmonton...... 52 46 1.06 Grande Prairie 63 43 Banff........... 54 34 Calgary.........'61 38 .03 Victoria 55 42 .10 Penticton....... 65 37 Prince George 56 39 .14 Kamloops....... 64 42 .01 57 42 .03 Saskatoon....... 65 46 .12 Regina......... 72 42 .06 Winnipeg 77 55 .21 Toronto......... 77 54 Ottawa......... 75 58 Montreal 75 57 St. John's....... 58 37 .39 Halifax......... 61 44 Charlottetown 69 49 Fredericton.....80 54 Chicago 83 65 New York......79 61 Miami.......... 90 72 .95 Los Angeles.....75 62 Las Vegas..... 103 77 Phoenix 101 70 Honolulu........86 74 FORECAST: Lethbridge Calgary Medicine Hat Regions Today: Sunny with cloudy periods this afternoon. Increasing westerly winds. Highs near 65. Overnight lows 40 to 45. Thursday: Mainly sunny. Strong westerly winds. Highs 65 to 70. Columbia Kootenay Today and Thursday, cloudy with sunny periods. A few afternoon showers or thunderstorms. Gusty winds near showers or thunderstorms. Highs both days 60 to 65. Lows tonight near 40. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Scattered showers cool temperatures and windy at times today through Thursday. High temperatures both days 55 to 65. Lows tonight 40s. West of Continental Divide Rain at times today and Thursday. Continued cool. High temperatures both days 55 to 65. Lows tonight 40s. CAB COOLERS Be prepared for the hot weather. Gel a Comfort King or Coldaire cab Coolers to keep dirt, dust, heat and insects out of your tractor or combine cab. The air is cleaned and cooled for comfort on those long hot days. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Count Highway Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 Ports of entry: Times in Mountain Daylight Time opening and closing times: Carway 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Mountain closed; Coutts open 24 hours; Del Bonita 8 a m to 5 p m.; Kingsgate open 24 hours; Portliill-Rykerts 7 a.m. until 11 p.m.; WikJ Horse 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Rooseville 7 a m toll p.m. Logan Pass. Hockey player gets six months for death from Edmonton east and west. No other routes were involved. The company received permission two years ago for the increases. A typical increase is to from between Calgary and Edmonton, he said, adding that fuel prices went up 39 per cent in the last few months to make the increase necessary. Ont. (CP) Paul Douglas Smithers, 17, convicted of manslaughter in the death of an opposing midget team hockey player in Mississauga, Ont., was sentenced Tuesday to six months in the adult training centre here. Peel County court Judge B. B. Shapiro also sentenced Smithers to two years probation following his release from custody. After passing sentence the judge remarked that the sen- tence would have been more if there had been no racial slurs involved in the incident and if the jury had not recommended a light sentence. Barrie Ross Cobby, 17, of Mississauga, died from injuries he suffered in a fight with Smithers after a hockey game. During Smithers's trial, evi- dence showed that Smithers, who is black, was subject to racial slurs from Cobby, who was white, and spectators during the game. Evidence showed Smithers had been called a "coon" and "dirty black bas- tard" at the Feb. 18, 1973, game. MOTHER IN TEARS Following the sentence Mrs. Donald Smithers, the convited youth's white mother, burst into tears. Mr. Smithers later told reporters he thought it was a fair sentence. He said however the conviction would be appealed. Following newspaper reports of a planned demonstration by two Toronto-based groups, sev- eral uniformed and plainclothes police were stationed inside and outside the jammed courtroom. Smithers was whisked away by police after the sentence without getting a chance to speak to his parents. Police said they did this in view of the demonstration and offered to drive his parents to the Brampton jail. The judge warned Smithers that remarks he made at a May 28 meeting in Toronto could have adversely affected his sentence. Defence Counsel Arthur Maloney had asked the judge to consider a suspended sentence. He said Smithers had suffered remorse and grief and quoted from a Christmas card sent Smithers by Cobby's mother in which she refers to Cobby in "loved" and "profound sleep." "Imagine the effect of this card on Mr. Malo- ney told the judge. "Every blow struck out at the dignity of this accused must be taken into account." Crown Attorney John F. Greenwood entered as exhibits a flyer about the May 28 meeting and newspaper reports including one which quoted Smithers as saying that the conviction would be overturned by a higher court if enough people were behind him. "Before the court can be compassionate there has to be some recognition by the ac- cused that what he did was Mr. Greenwood said. Judge Shapiro lashed out at the way hockey is played in Canada. "Maybe we should have legalized he said. With all the foul language used at a game, it was not a decent place for someone to take his children. He was critical of objections voiced at the Toronto meeting that the trial was "a racist frame-up" and asked how people not present at the trial could say such a thing He said he had remanded Smithers out of custody for more than a month and Smi- thers misused these privileges when he attended the Toronto meeting and commented about the case. Nixon's No. 2 man in jail LEWISBURG, Pa. (AP) Jeb Stuart Magruder, No. 2 man in President Nixon's 1972 re-election campaign, entered a minimum-security federal prison near here Tuesday to begin serving a sentence for conspiracy in the Watergate case. Magruder, the sixth former White House employee sent to prison in connection with the Watergate political espionage scandal, told reporters he will devote his prison term to "philosophy and theology more than anything else." Magruder pleaded guilty last August to one count of conspiracy to obstruct justice and defraud the United States. U.S. District Court Judge John Sirica sentenced Magruder on May 20 to a term of from 10 months to four years The maximum sentence would have been five years in prison and a fine. SEE THE LENS THAT DARKENS IN THE SUNLIGHT (VARIGRAY) STILL SELLING FOR LESS STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd St. S. Phone 327-3024 Reunited Clifford Irving hugs his wife, Edith, in New York City after the cou- ple was reunited after an enforced separation of nearly two years. Mrs. Irving, who was paroled from a Swiss prison in May after 14 months for her part in the Howard Hughes autobiography hoax, said she and her husband plan to return to their home on the Spanish island of Ibiza in the fall. Consumer support promised CALGARY (CP) Bob Dowling, Alberta minister of consumer affairs, said Tuesday night his department will increase its financial support to the Alberta division of the consumers' Association of Canada. The minister, however, did not give details of the financial support. "Mr. Dowling didn't tell me what sort of financial support we'll be getting from his said Dorothy Robertson of Calgary, provincial president of the association. Mr. Dowling cut short his stay at a banquet which his department hosted for delegates to the association's 27th annual meeting. He said he had to hurry back to Edmonton to attend a night session of the Alberta legislature. He indicated that "extra money will be channelled for the most part into programs of consumer education and information." Mr. Dowling told delegates that he is a believer in the free enterprise system and his department's stated goal is to help ensure "a fair marketplace." Our long term objective is to bring in a legislative package which would create a preventive situation rather than a punitive one." Irish favor integration with Britain BELFAST