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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, June 14, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-3 Dateline Alberta Women's council urged CALGARY (CP) The provincial government will be asked to appoint an Alberta advisory council on the Status, of Women bv the Alberta Home Economics Association The association said in a prepared statment Thursday that the province has failed to establish such a council although other provinces have done so as recommended by the 1970 report of the royal commission on the status of women As home economists, and as women we are vitally concerned with the status of women in Alberta said Barbara MacDougall association president Gov'l buys college EDMONTON (CP) The provincial government Thursday approved a special warrant to purchase Holy Redeemer College from the Redemptoribt Fathers for 6 million A government spokesman said no immediate plans have been made for the propertv on the southwest outskirts of Edmonton The federal government once considered using the college as a medium security prison but changed its mind The piovmce now has part of the college under lease for training of correctional officers Calgary men charged CALGARY (CP) Three Calgary men were charged with attempted murder in provincial court Thursday in connection with a beating incident which sent Walter McManman 53 of Calgary, to hospital with head injuries Tuesdav night Joseph Parks 30 Gar> Cardinal. 33 and Gerrard 0 Reilry 36 entered no plea and were remanded in custody to today McManman was listed in critical condition in hospital Thursdav Students raise money EDMOMON (CP) Students of Calder Elementary School in Edmonton have raised for a Cancer research fund Neil Crawford provincial health and social development minister announced The children held a show in Mav to sell flowers they had grown during the winter The fund in memory of a student who died of leukemia last year netted and the province matched the proceeds Signs autographs Mimi Stanfield, daughter of Conservative leader Robert Stanfield jokes with voters who asked for her autograph following a campaign picnic 'Dirty polities' charge hurled by Homer IVletal workers strike EDMONTON (CP) A dispute over work jurisdiction kept about 45 sheet metal workers off their jobs at a local Imperial Oil Ltd refinery construction site The men members of Local 8 Sheet Metal International Association have asked the to apply the Tradesmen's Qualification Act and force insulation workers to stop doing work thev sav belongs to sheet metal workers Labor Minister Bert Hohol has promised to meet with the men but no date was decided GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE SATURDAY 5 23 SUNSET H L Pre. 77 30 77 43 79 49 68 41 69 43 74 39 71 41 78 54 88 53 70 40 87 55 71 55 72 43 Lethbndge Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff Calgan ictona Penticton Prince George Kdmloops ancouver Saskatoon Regma innipeg Toronto Ottawa Montreal St .John s Halifax Charlottetown Frederic-ton Chicago New Miami Los Pans London Berlin Vmsterdam Moscow Stockholm 66 52 70 50 73 54 75 64 77 55 75 59 73 68 Phoenix Honolulu Mexico 82 42 04 81 49 06 71 46 36 71 48 48 73 54 77 52 03 68 51 75 50 76 46 76 61 77 59 85 79 69 62 112 73 111 75 86 72 77 61 7.3 61 FORECAST: Lethbridge Medicine Hat Regions Sunny today and Highs todav near 80 Lows tonight near 50 Highs tomorrow near 85 Calgary Regions Sunny and Saturdav Highs todav near 75 Lows tonight 45 to 50 Highs tomorrow 80 to 85 Columbia Kootenav Today and Saturday, sunny Highi both days lower 80s except near 90 in Kootenav west area Lows tonight near 50 except about 40 in the northern part of the Columbia area MONTANA East of Continental Divide and hot today and Saturday Highs 85 to 95 Lows tonight 50 to 60 of Continental Divide Sunm and hot today and Saturdav Highs to 95 Lows lonight 50 to 60 SASKATOON (CP) Maverick Conservative Jack Homer Thursday denied having said There's no room left for a westerner in the Conservative party Accusing Liberals of' dirty politics for quoting him as saying that Mr Horner said what he actually did sav was "there may hardly be any room But certainly there s no room at all in the Liberal partv for a westerner there s no room at all m the parh for a westerner The original report quoting Mr Horner saving there is no room in the Conservative for a westerner came after the Conservative Leger sits up at hospital SHERBROOKE. Que (CP) Gov -Gen Jules Leger continued Thursday to progress to the satisfaction of doctors at the University of Sherbrooke medical centre, an aide said The 61-vear-old head of state is sleeping well, sits up in a chair for most of the day. and feeds himself, the aide said Gov -Gen Leger's aide said the Governor General was progressing, but a speech problem and parahsis of the left hand remained However, he said Gov -Gen Leger has spoken to Mme Le- ger and a daughter. Mme Helene Frechette of Trois- icres Que on their daih with him convention where Michael Meighen of Montreal defeated Don Matthews of London. Ont for the party presidency Mr Horner. Conservative MP for Crowfoot in the last parliament was reported to have said that Mr Meighen's election removed westerners' influence in the part} Liberal advertisements m the current election campaign have frequently quoted those reports Mr Horner was also asked during a CKOM open line radio program about the leadership ability of Robert Stanfield don t suppose that would be perfect Mr Horner answered 'Mr Stanfield has many qualities which quahfv him to lead COMPARES TWO Asked to compare Mr -Stanfield and former Conservative leader John Diefenbaker Mr Horner said John Diefenbaker was a tremendous leader of men He had his skill as a courtroom he led them with his skill of touching the heart and the emotions of people Stanfield he hasn't got that abihtv But he leads through more or less his approach to sound management and sound economics Answering other questions Mr Horner said that former Manitoba Premier Duff Roblm defeated bv Mr Stanfield in the partv s 1967 leadership race and now a candidate in Ontario. Is more like Mr Diefenbaker "He touches people more in their emotions and in their hearts GEHL 880 MOWER CONDITIONER Use a GEHL 880 machine ID cut and condition the hay Rugged built lot the toughest jobs Lower rubber roll and upper spiral sleel roll to condition the hay lo a fully windrow See the 9 ft. 3 in. 880 GEHL at GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway Bon 1202 Phone 328-1141 Ports of cntr> in Mountain Da> light Timo opening and firming time1; 7am 1o 10 p m Chief Mountain rlosrii Coutts open 24 hours Del Bonita Sam to S p m oprn 24 Porthill 7am until 11 p m Wild 7