Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THf tETHBRIDGE HERAIO Tuesday, 26, 1975 News in brief Anglican archbishop resigns VANCOUVER (CP) Most i a teaching position in Green- Rev. R. S. Dean, 60, diocesian Archbishop of Cariboo and ville. S.C. He an executive officer to the Archbishoo of Canter- Metropolitan of the ecclestias- from im io'im, visiting tical province of British Colum- bia, has resigned. Most Rev. Dean will lake up about 60 countries. He was elected archbishop of the Cariboo in 1956. Liberal wins byeleclion SAINT JOHN, N.B. f CP) i ment by fewer than 100 votes, There was speculation today the Progressive C o n s e r v atives would ask for a recount follow- defeating. Dr. George Bate, 49, his only opponent. About voters turned out 1 aSK lor a ret-uuiiL ing a slim Liberal victory lion-1 to ote, about 40 per cent ol day night in a New Brunswick those eligible, provincial byelection in Saint i An application for a recount John Centre. I would have to inchide a valid Liberal John Turnbull. a 37-1 reason returning officials said vear-old lawyer, wrested the, Premier Hatfield declined to scat from Premier Richard i comment on the possibility of a Hatfield's Consei-vative govern- j recount. Backlog of tax returns OTTAWA (CP1 The reve- ceived as of June 21. He said nue department has in- e 202 793 re.unds totalling come tax returns still to proc- 875.608 had been sent to tax- ess, a department spokesman payers by that date. V' said Monday. Mr. Stanbury told the Coin- Two weeks'ago Revenue Min-! mons June 7 the government expected to have all remaining ister Robert Stanbury said "even the problem returns" would be sent out within two weeks. The department, said the income tax refunds sent out within tuo weeks. An official in Mr. Stanbury's office said Monday most re- Indochina activities spokesman, processed 7.868.155 j turns will be handled by the end of tax returns re- i of the month. Ford executive dies of injuries BUENOS AIKES (Reuteri Unas cost analysis manager. An Argentine executive of the was wounded when members of local affiliate of the U.S. Ford the Trotskyite Peoples _ MnKv Co died here Monday of tionary Army opened fire on His dia today to amend- Motor Co. died mere luonaaj u abortive attempt to i that wnr-V anv Seek war spending ban WASHINGTON (AP) Tlie ITousa of Representatives, after joining with tlie Senate to cut off all available funds for Unit- ed States bombing in Cambo- hv Lar Ul dl auwiits. avvv...rv winds suffered in an attack b> llltercept it as he waas leaving left-wing guerrillas five weeks the company's plant May 21. ago. Another Ford Employee was Luis Giovanelli, Ford Argen- also wounded in the attack. Crew cleans up oil spill JASPER Alta. (CP) An oil the pipe caused the leak. It was roill of up to 1.000 gallons inside believed the leak started Satur- Oie eastern gate of Jasper Na-1 day about 150 yards from the tional Park was being cleaned Athabasca River. TO Monday night bv a crew of i A company spokesman esti- 14- rn rriTOP about 20 men. The spill, mated it will take up to three i daVS t0 money for the military ac-; tivity. One proposal would prohibit any new spending for the bomb- ing. Another would ban use of new spending for any U.S. war activities in Indochina. A choice between the two was offered in a continuing resolu- tion before the house that would give the Pentagon and other federal agencies stop-gap auth- ority to continue spending until Congress passes their regular tions committee, but bombing opponents announced they would carry the effort to the House floor today. The House shouted approval Mcjday of Senate-passed pro- hibition against using any avail- appropriations bills. The amendments were de- Vacationing youngster kidnapped THREE FORKS, Mich. (AP) 7-year-old girl on her first I __ j n i J ttii W1W V" J there would be feated m the House approna- vacationing outing with her owned by Trans-mountain Oil i fire danger." Pipeline Co. I Tlle pipeline carries oil from A company official said a' Edmonton to British Columbia four-inch crack at the base of I and the United States. Federation call rejected SEOUL (Reuterl South Korea totally rejected today a renewed North Korean call for a federation between the north and south. South Korean Prime Minister Kom Jong-pil, speaking in the federal! on a ''propaganda cliche." North Korean President Kim H-sung made the proposal Sat- urday, apparently in answer to South Korean President Park Chung-hce's declaration on the same r'av thst the north and iNational Assembly, termed the souljj should join the United Na- norihern proposal for con-' tions at the same time. Brezhner, Pompidou talks PARIS (Keutcr) Soviet pidou began a two-day summit leader Leonid Brezhnev and meeting today, expected to con- French President Georges Pom- I centrate on the policies of de- MODERN INDUSTRIAL RENTALS 1250 1st Ave S Phone 328-8896 "Industrial and Home Owner Rentals" Rototillers, lawn Mowerj, Lawn Combers and Aerators, Fertilizer Spreaders, etc. IS YOUR BEST BUY Jurisdiction sought in drug case NEWARK. N.J. (AP) A federal court judge considered a request Monday that would make New Jersey the battle- ground for negligence cases in- volving nearly one-quarter of Canada's thalidomide children. At a hearing before U.S. Dis- trict Judge James Coolahan, lawyer Arthur Raynes, who rep- resents 22 thalidomide children in Quebec, asked the court to take jurisdiction of one of the eases, involving an 11-year-old boy whose mother took thalido- mide eight months before his birth. Michigan family was apparent- ly kidnapped early Monday from a tent where she slept be- able funds for "combat activ- ities in, over or from off the shores of Cambodia, or in or over Laos by U.S. forces." President Nixon has 10 days after he receives the lion supplemental money bill containing the cutoff amend- ment to either halt the bomb- ing or veto the bill. If he does not act within that time the bill becomes law. Tlie measure is expected to go to the president before the end of the week. Senate Democratic Leader She's arrived A sign reading, God Save the Queen, greets Queen Elizabeth as she arrived ai Toronto International Air- port Monday for a 10-day tour of four provinces. An estimated persons the airport to greet the Queen and Prince Philip. Metric system side her brothers and sisters. Police widened a search for little Susie Jaeger, whose teddy bear and the stuffed reindeer she always took to bed were found outside a gaping hole cut into a tent pitched at a camp- ground. The campground at the Mis- souri headwaters state monu- ment was the site of a yet- unsolved 19H3 slaying of chill- ingly similar circumstance. In j that case, a youth was slain a he slept beside companions on a boy scout outing. FBI officers were poised to enter the case early Tuesday. Agents aided in the questioning of the handful of vacationers who apparently slept Monday morning when the Jaeger girl was taken from the tent while her sMers and brothers slept. Gallatin County Sheriff L. D. i Warn Anderson said the girl Federal prisons get tvorst of criminal crop REGINA (CP) A deputy commissioner of the Canadian sen-ice complained Mike Mansfield vowed that if that although federal risons get tte worst eight of j00 criminals, the public gleaming But House Republican Lead- fact that we fail at er Gerald Ford said he will times ig looked upon as urge President ISixon to veto the bill. Ford said he still is looking for some way to give the president more" time to force a Cambodia ceasefire. Ford said secret negotiations are underway to seat a stable government in Cambodia, add- ing this would bring about the ceasefire. Nixon vetoes the bill he will not get the billion, because the Senate will not reapprove the money. to be planned TORONTO (CP) Conver- sion to the metric system in Canada will be a planned and cc-ordinated process rather than a legislated or mandatory process, S. M. Gossage, chair- man of tlie federal preparatory i commission for metric conver- sion, said here. Mr. Gossage told the annua meeting of the Canadian Stand ards Association that responsi- bility for planning and imple- menting the program "lies pri- marily at the industry level." "Tlie fundamental need in i program of this nature is to mobilize the ingenuity and re- sourcefulness of people at the level of the individual he said. demands record of success." Hitchhiker dies from ID j urics a dereliction of duty, resulting not only in criticism but almost in said John Braithwaite, deputy commis- sioner in charge of programs for prisoners. He noted that of every 100 Ca- nadians convicted of an in- dietable offence, 50 will submit to some kind of as a suspended the community and 42 will serve sentences in a provincial in- stitution. The remaining eight serve generally longer sen- tences in a federal penitentiary. Eighty per cent of those who Fire ruins studied NEW ORLEANS (AP) As arson squads studied the rubble of a French Quarter bar where 29 persons died, gay liberation movement spokesmen said they will hold a national day of mourning next Sunday. The bar was frequented by homosex- uals. Investigators said they suspicions of the speed with which fire raced through the second-storey bar Sunday night "We are definitely in- vestigating the strong possi- bility of Fire Superin- tendent William McCrossen said Monday, but he denied reports that arsonists were actively being sought Rev. Troy Perry, founder of the Metropolitan Community Churches, asked mourners at a Monday night memorial service to pray for the arsonists. "We have to pray for them, because they have to live with he said. "This will be on their consciences the rest of their lives." School bombed SAIGON (CP) Four chil- dren were wounded when a bomb exploded in a school in the central coastal area Mon- day, the South Vietnamese high command reported today. A spokesman said the blast was at the village school of Muong Man, in Buih Thuan province, 100 miles northeast of Saigon. It took place as the chil- dren were having their morning lesson. He blamed the Communists for the explosion, which slightly damaged the school. Heavy fighting was reported today in the Mekong Delta on the northern edges of the U Minh Forest, where Viet Cong forces have gained a stronghold and threaten the provincial cap- ital of Vi Thanh. GENERAL PRESENTSjTHE Weather and road report SUNRISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET H 77 73 LPre 60 55 end up in federal penitentiaries 79 Raynes said the thalidomide apparently d i s appeared some- A Star Is Born. tente developed during the Brezhnev-Nixon meeting in Washington last week. The two leaders met in a 14th century chateau in Rambouillet, a small town 30 miles southwest j Denis time after 2 a.m. Monday. of Paris Henry was manufactured in "There is a possibility Brezhnev, who flew here last New "jersey. If Coolahan grants I we have a kidnapping on our Anderson said. Volunteer searchers and tracking dogs launched into what was described as a "fopt- by-foot'1 search of the area with no sign of the girl reported as nightfall approached. The child's father. William Jaeger of Farmington, Mich., notified authorities of the dis- appearance at about a.m. a half hour after she night direct from his talks with United States President Nixon, sat with Pompidou in a small i tapestry-hung parlor posing for photographers before the talks i began. jurisdiction, the 21 other cases could also be tried in federal court in Newark. There are be- lieved to be about 90 thalido- children in Canada. Coolahan reserved decision, after arguments by Raynes and lawyers for Richardson-Merell, the pharmaceutical company that manufactured the drug. Thalidomide, a tranquilizer first used in West Germany, CALGARY (CP) Cecilia Morriseau, 32 year old hitch- hiker from Manitoba, died in hospital here Monday night of injuries suffered when struck by a car on the Trans-Canada Highway. She was reported hitch-hik- ing with four other persons when the accident occurred Thursday five miles west of have scned a previous sen- tence, 70 per cent have a Grade 8 education or less 70 per j cent have been unemployed at the time of arrest. short." said Mr. Braith- waite, "they are failures as citi- zens and, as a result of their incarceration, they are also fail- ures as criminals.1' "And yet, the public expects us to deal with them, to work Pincher Creek Medicine Hat.....78 47 Edmonton......65 47 Grande Prairie .-63 47 Banff........... 62 48 Calgary.........73 49 Victoria.........68 51 52 47 50 63 77 Prince George Kamloops Vancouver.......67 54 Saskatoon 76 55 Regina..........70 54 Winnipeg........ 79 60 Toronto..........74 54 Ottawa 77 57 I Montreal.......76 60 'St. John's....... 73 64 Medicine Hat. She was trans- with them and produce, above here from Medicine Hat i all else, a glowing, gleaming hospital. i record of success." Police forces see 110 end to increase in heroin use EDMONTON (CP) Citv police and RCMP drug squad officers say they can see no end to the staggering increase in heroin use which has made the ber of addicts in Edmonton range from 800 to com- pated with an estimate of only 100 three years ago. In 1971 there were only 34 arrests for 66 62 74 fil Chicago..........87 75 Los Angeles.....74 63 New York....... 77 63 FORECAST: Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Calgary Sunny today and Wednesday. Winds W15-20 ex- cept gusting to 40 In Cvowsnest Pass. Highs both days 75-80, Lows 50-55. Columbia Kootenay Today: Cloudy with sunny pe- riods. A few showers near the mountains. Wednesday: Sunny with cloudy periods except in the Columbia region cloudy with a few showers. Highs to- day and Wednesday 75 to 80. Lows tonight 45 to 50. MONTANA East of Continental Divide- Partly cloudy and a little warmer with brief cloudy pe- riods today and Wednesday. Widely scattered showers .03 southwest mountains Wednes- .061 day. Highs both days 80s. Lows .15 tonight 50s .11 West of Continental Divide- Mostly cloudy with scattered showers today and Wednesday. Slow warming trend. Highs .13 .09 .02 Miami Phoenix 90 69 1.00 .112 77 both days 75 to 85. Lows to- night 45 to 55. was found in 1962 to cause crip- was found missing. pling birth defects in children j jaeger is a design engineer here at street level bom to mothers who had taken for a Detroit firm Police estimates of tlie num- drug an estimated million j opiate possession and traffick- it. Making a debut cuTenMy at your Norman Studio... exclusive showing of the new Merlita Lingerie. The Collection includes everything from babydolls to palazzo p. j.'s with ultra feminine, flattering wide legs... gowns, robes, peignoirs The aim is to make you n sleeping beauty at "l-Must-Be-Dreaming" pnces. 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Vik, a private phy- sician who regularly treats be- tween 25 and 35 addicts for her- oin use, partly blames the in- creased use of heroin on expo- sure of young people to a var- iety of drugs through the drug sub-culture. "They are usually turned on by a friend. They don't under- stand the implications of addic- tion, they're too young." Transmix Cement Mixers The easy economical way for those concrete jobs. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Highway Bex 1202 328-1141 ornciAL AS or A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA Highway 1 reported bare and dry. Widening of one mile section of Highway No. 3 east of Fort Macleod is in progress. All remaining highways in good driving condition. PORTS OP ENTRY (Opening and Closing Aden 9 a.m. to S p.m.; Carway 6 a.m. to midnight; Chief Mountain 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Ccutts 24 hours; Del Bonita 8 am. to p.m.; Kingsgate 24 hours: Porthill Rykerts 8 a.m. to midnight; Wild Horse 8am to 5 p.m. Logan Pass 7 a m. to 10 p m Open 1. Rooeevilla ft t.m. to midnight.