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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE UTHBRIDGc HERALD Monday, Juno 15 1970 By Till') CANADIAN I'KKSS The J o r d a n i a n capital of Amman remained lense today as the government of King Hus- sein and leaders of Palestinian guerrillas sought lo keep the. city calm after a week of bloody fighting that left from 700 to persons dead or wounded. Two bursts of solitary and unexplained machine-gun fire shattered the calm of the Jor- danian capital Sunday night, an indication of the tension left by the fighting between Jordanian army troops and the guerrillas. The ma'chine-gun bursts were heard in a northern suburb of Amman and were followed by tracer bullets lighting up the sty- Political talks between the government and the coniman- j dos continued loday as joint committees set up to implemen a ceasefire investigated thi shooting and the attempted slaying Friday of Maj.-Gen Mashour Haditha, Jordanian army chief of staff. The at- tempting slaying of Gen. Had! tha who is close to King Hus- sein and also respected by the guerrillas, came after reports of an alleged mutiny by a Jordan- Ian army lank corps. OPPOSED DISMISSAL The unit is reported to have opposed tho king's dismissal ol his two semor army command- ers under pressure from the commandos. Palestinian guerrilla leaders said Sunday that two Arabs were executed for raping two United States women last week's fighting in Amman. Flanked by two bodyguards armed with slib-machine-guns, Yasir Arafat, head of the Al Fatah commandos, told a news conference in the Jordanian capital that one rape case bad been brought to his attention. He said the guilty Arab was ar- rested, tried and executed. Later another Al Fatah spokesman told reporters that a second Arab had been executed for raping another American woman. He added that both women had been evacuated from Jordan. Arafat accused the United States of setting off the fighting in Jordan and warned that U.S. Intervention would turn the Mid- dle East into another Vietnam. Meanwhile, Israeli warplanes f t CAR MISSES TURN Cecil Sommerset of Picture Bulls is reported to be in good condition in Picture Butte Mun- icipal Hospital as a result of a single vehicle accident Sat- urday night four miles north of fethbridge, on Highway 25, near Park Lake turnoff. Apparently the car Mr. Sommerset was drivi ig failed to make a turn and over- turned in Ihe ditch. Tbe 1962 model car, as shown above was badly smashed. resumed their attacks on Egypt- ian military positions along the Suez canal during the weekend, and Israeli commandos staged a raid into Jordan. HALE OPTICAL g COMPANY LTD Gary Martin Dispensing Optician 307 6lh St. S. 327-7152 14 Killed In Alberta Stalks Highways By THE CANADIAN PRESS An internationally known missionary, his wife and daughter were among 17 per- sons killed accidentally on the prairies dining the weekend. Dr. William Sidney Gilchrist, C9, of Naramata, wife Frances, 63, their mission a r y daughter Leota Elizabeth, 39 and an Edmonton couple were killed Saturday in a two car head on crash on four lane Highway 2, 35 miles south of Red Deer. Sunday, near Cal- gary, four persons were killed in a car truck crash. They were among 14 acci- dental deaths in Alberta dur- ing the weekend listed in a Diefenbaker Is Cril Of Chinese Recognition OSAKA pronounced increase of trade i Asia for Canada." he added, "I certainl don't think recognition of Com munist China is going to brin any trade Recognition ha not brought about any extensio of trade for any nation I knov f." Diefenbaker spent four day in Saigon and five in Taiwan. After a two-day visit to Expi 70, he flies home to Ottawa Tuesday. UIRES men's UJEflR FATHER'S DAY SUNDAY, JUNE 21sf! This stand up pullover Colour Dad, he'll will make Dad a real kiss you for this stand out. tve added a higher, stand-up collar lo our pull-over. Your Father deserves the attention. Your Dad also gets a choice, ft can stand alone or take on a scarf. All in the season's Coral colours. Arrows picks another winning combin- ation for its Kent Collection. Stripes that never lose red. white and blue. Tho slightly higher Hand Collar keeps that fashion spread. A spirited gift for Dad, The all occasion shirt By A shirt for fathers who think summer is more teaches or barbecues. Make Dad's entire summer an entire adven- ture. Plain or Stripe. Totally washable. Canadian Press survey from p.m. local times Friday to ink night Sunday night. Thirteen of the Albert deaths were in traffic and Calgary man drowned. In Sas katchewan a man was killed b lightning and in Manitoba man drowned while fishing. The Edmonton couple killec near Red Deer were Edwar Tomick, 52, and his wife Helen 51, Dr. Gilchrist, a Unite Church medical misionary i Angola for 40 years, was en route to Edmonton to be gues preacher at a United Churc service. The four persons killed Sun day near Calgary were identi fied as Lyman Wilder, 46, o Troy, Idaho, his wife Wilma 40; Beulah May Lytle, 40, of Kooskia, Idaho, and John Rem pie, 41, of Fort Gary, Man. The three Idaho residents were in a station wagon an( Mr. Remple was a passenger and co-driver of the semi-trail er truck. Six others were sen ously injured. An unidentified man drownet Sunday in the Glenmore Res ervoir in Calgary. Charles Leonard Wright diet in an Edmonton hospital Sim day following a head-on crash Saturday on Highway 43 about 25 miles northwest of Edmon- ton. Dwayne Gerald Spurrier, 42, of Sherwood Park, a residen- tial community adjacent to southeast Edmonton, was kill- ed Saturday in a one vehicle crash near Fabyan, 100 miles southeast of Edmonton. Andrew Wasut, 23, of Cal- gary was killed Friday night when his car and a light truck collided east of Banff. Harold Haidenger, 21, of Oyen, Alta., was killed Friday night in a two vehicle crash near Oyen, 200 miles southeast of Edmonton. In Saskatchewan, Ronald Douglas Frie, 42, of Cudworth was killed when lightning stack a telephone line outside lis home and was transmitted a telephone receiver he was holding. Roger Pillion, 16, of St. Cyr, Sask. drowned while swim- ming near the Cowan Dam m northwestern Saskatche- wan Sunday. In Manitoba, Frank William McKay, 63, of Winnipeg drown- ed when he fell from a boat Saturday while fishing in Pin- awa Lake, about 50 miles north- east of Winnipeg. Saskatoon Hotel Dispute Far From SASKATOON (CP) A public meeting Sunday to consider charges of dis- crimination at the Bessborough Hotel produced mile more than clear indications the- dispute is far from over between a group of. young people and the hotel man- agement. One youth, with long hair and a beard, told about 800 persons that "violence could easily happen. We're already feeling mental suppression." The meeting followed a week of demonstrations at the state- ly downtown Canadian Nation- al hotel, following announce- ment last Monday of regula- tions governing dress in the hotel beer parlor and liquor lounge. The beer parlor was closed last week and no word has been released whether it will reopen. The rules, drafted by hotel manager George MeCa'be, 32, require that haircuts and dress !onform to what he called rea- sonable standards. The regulations prompt c d takeovers of the beer parlor on .wo nights and a week of dem- onstrations by groups of young people ranging from 50 to 200 persons. Mr. McCabe met Thursday with five representatives of the demonstrators lo .arrange the !unday public meeting and a radio station open line pro- gram Saturday night. One unidentified caller to til- radio show claimed a citizens committee was going to "d something about" the protes demonstrations. Numerous young people Sun day told the meeting that they equate the Bessborough regu ations with discrimina t i o i against Blacks and Indians The dress regulations wen simply an excuse for re- structive action, they said. A few others said the hote vas an example of a money conscious, profit oriented so- ciety. But Mr. McCabe and sev eral supporters maintain e hat he is within his civil rights o refuse entry to any persons ikely to have a detrimental ef ect on his business. He had said earlier the dress resulted from arge number of complaints he had received from hote latrons about long haired 'oung people using the beer >arlor. He said individuals with long lair will be served, but they rill not be admitted in groups." Explosion Rips Home CALGARY (OP) A mys- ery explosion Sunday ripped oart a new home, lowing the roof about 80 feet nto the air and damaging earby homes. C. D. Wilson, building con- ractor for Engineered Homes td., who owned the house, aid the explosion could have jeen set off by a gas leak. He aid water pressure caused by eceht flooding in the area ould have caused a shift in e basement floor and discon- ected the gas line. Stable Labor Relations Predicted By Reierson lurder Charge aid, Edmonton EDMONTON (CP) _ Chris asylanehuk of Edmon t o n as charged Sunday with non- pital murder in the shooting ath a few hours earlier of Joseph Vallee, 18, also of dmonton. Police said that Vallee was wt with a .22 calibre rifle ring a party at the Wasy- nchuk residence. Further details were not ailable. Long-Delayed Trial Under Way The DIFFERENCE h Fashion! GUfRE'S DOWNTOWN on FIFTH STREET SOUTH men's UUERR LOS ANGELES (AP) Tire murder-conspiracy rial of four liippic-type clan lemben? opens today, more nan 10 months after the bizarre layings of actress Sharon Tale nd six others, Superior Court Judge Charles Older, intent on gelling the j trial under way, hastily dis- posed of all pre-trial motions Friday. Charles Manson, leader of a nomadic stands trial along three women follow- ers. Manson. 35, and co-defendants Susan Atkins, 21, Leslie Van i Hputcn, 20, and Patricia Kren- winkel, 22, were ejected from court during three tumultuous pre-trial hearings last week when they refused lo sil down. On Friday, M a n s o n h e slight, dark-eyed clan leader IODCM called God'aad Christ by bis scuffled with bail- iffs after he assumed a crucifix- ion pose with arms extended and head bowed. The young women assumed the same" pose. Manson wrestled with bailiffs trying to seat him, and tire women shouted at the judge be- fore they were removed from court. DEFENDANTS WARNED Judge Older indicated he will eject them again if they act up a recent Supreme Court decision which says an unruly defendant may be barred from court or bound and gagged dur- ing the trial. If barred, they would listen to proceedings from adjoining rooms. Their lawyers have objected that the constitutional right lo confront accusers would i EDMONTON (CP) Alberta Labor Minister Ray Reierson says the province can expect stable labor relations with no major work for the next year or so. Mr. Reierson said rising un- employment and cutbacks in the contraction industry are, ironically, -the prime reasons for the stable outlook. "There is a little less incen- tive for unions to press for he said. "There is not the same competition for skilled tradesmen." However, Mr. Reierson said despite the reduction in the unions' clout at the bargaining tables in conditions of slack employment, some "pretty tough bargaining" can be ex- pected. The minister said unemploy- ment in Alberta now is at about five per cent compared with about three per cent at the same time last year. He said he generally is in agreement with the federal government's six-per-cent wage increase guidelines as long as Jiey remain guidelines only and do not become rigid re- quirements. "In the over-all impact of wage increases, it is essential .0 keeping unemployment down .hat there be a reasonable ceil- ig" He said, "As a province we both sides. There are because they have not bar- gained toughly in the past, Mr. Reierson said. Mr. Reierson said stabiliza- tion of the consumer price in- dex may help reduce pressure for large wage increases. Japanese Protests Continue sometimes reasons rom the guidelines to but vary most vage increases should stick to he general pattern as closely as possible." In particular the guidelines should not be rigidly applied in cases where workers have slipped below the wage norms TOKYO (Reuters) Left- wing demonstrators continued protests today against the re- newal of United Slates-Japan security treaty for the third straight day but major trouble appeared to have been averted. About 15.000 riot police were mobilized around the Japanese capital in. anticipation of an cmoiional anniversary of the death of a teen-age girl in I960 anti-treaty demonstrations. The treaty will be extended auto- matically at midnight next. Mon- day night. But a number of protest ral- lies were called off and others attracted little support in the drenching rain that continued unabated throughout Hie day. At Ehibuya, western Tokyo, blue-hehneted radicals stormed a police post, setting it afire with gasoline bombs. But they were driven off after a brief battle with police during which 31 were arrested. Elsewhere some demon- strators staged peaceful ral- llies under the watchful eye of police. GENERAL PRESENTS THE WEATHER AND ROAD REPORT 70 ,tT'L 12-00 ABOVE ZERO SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET rcthuridge ___ Vaterton incher Creek ledicine Hat Edmonton asper anff........ algary...... entictui..... iamloops ictoria...... ancouvei' askatoon egina...... innipeg oronto...... ttawa...... cntreal ew York 69 62 65 ti6 78 74 63 67 64 T2 65 65 75 72 72 73 77 76 70 54 .02 52 54 .08 56 .13 54 .0? 40 .08 50 .22 54 .06 55 .20 53 54 .05 58 1.13 53 57 55 49 51 60 '.05 SYNOPSIS A system responsible for showers in most Alberta re- gions will allow a clear trend Tuesday although scattered showers will be in evidence in afternoon. Temperatures will be cooler. FORECAST Lethbridge Medicine Hat periods with scat- tered showers Tuesday, little change in temperat u re Winds NW15 except gusty over foothills. Low-high Leth- bridge 45-70, Medicine Hat 50-70. KootenaV, with occasional rain today. Cloudy but dealing Tuesday afternoon. Winds light. High and low tonight and Tuesday at Cranbrook 48 and 70; at Castle- gar 50 and 70. FARMERS-FEEDERS, EARN ON THE PURCHASE OF A MODEL 100 OR 117 I OWATONNA MIXER MILL (May 15-Sept. 15) QWATONNA-the premium minor mill with the elusive bcb shredder attachment. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY 327-3165 OFFICIAL A3 AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways in (he Loth- bridge district are bare and in driving condition. Highway 1 Trans Canada Highway. Calgary to Banff is dition. Banff to Revelstoke is bare and in good condition. Molroists are advised lo watch for fallen rock. The Banff-Radium and Banff-Jasper highways are bare and in good condition. Creston Kalmo highway is 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. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coutls 24 hours; Carway 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. MST. Chief Mountain 8 a m lengthy jury selection proc- 5p'm': Bonit? 7 to 8 24 hours; I to midnight, Logan Pas, 8 a.m. to 7 p.vn, 1U' Porthill-Ujkeits ;