Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
J5 _ THE IE1MBRIDGE HERALD Tlmmltiy, TOUO.NTO (CT> Criticisms bill promised to of Ihe SIM-mitlion Local Inilia- i Mr. Nesbill told Ihe Commons flew thick and the group, officially known as The Process Clnu cli of (he Final lives Program flew thick and fast at Prime Minister Trudeau during an open-line radio show here Wednesday, but the sharp- est slab was at a local religion: sect described in Ihe Judgement, is "widely known to promote devil with its attendant riles and rituals." Commons as "widely reported to promote devil worship." The Cummnns quolc came from Wallace Ncsbitt. i'rogrcs- lUmse of; Another as the Canada Manpower officials, who administer the LIP pro- gram, said Wednesday the sect is using the money to visit hos- pitals and provide free toys for underprivileged children. ''We weren't concerned their religious said prime minister why grants were j Tony Oalasso, a Manpower effi- givcn to "activists and left clal, "It was Uie activity they P) wingers." And the chairman of j were echoing Mr. a local citizens' group charged Trudeau's reply earlier when he which granted Hx> cult Ho.'.i Mr. Triule.-m said he vias iiiia- n-are o.' that particular grant Shot iu chest at Coronation Canada. MRMIIEH SHOCKED i Father Malachi said the grant Father TUalachi, a cult mem-1 allowed the church to employ 12 her expressed shock later i incmbcrs who were looking for Wednesday after lie learned of work and some of whom were .i._ to go on welfare. He said the church operates a drop-in centre staffed by the 12, CORONATION (CP) Krie Andrew Heimcr. 111. of Bassa-, no died after being shot in the j heard Ihe exchange on tl chest at a farm home, about: radio, rushed to; the station Imp- 23 miles northeast of here. ing to speak with Mr. Trudeau Police said -Mr. Rcimer was and explain. The prime minister wounded in the lower-right, had just left, chest when a 12-gauge shotgun j "Labelling us satanists is a was being shown lo a group ol i complete he said. the hue and cry raised agains his group getting a grant from LIP. designed primarily to pro- _ vide jobs for sonic unemployed j and used by about persons during winter months. a week, and supplies Irec meals Father Maladli said ho and other sect members, when they young people at a party. "We do not worship Satan. In- Police said no charges were stead we believe we should re. laid and an inquest would be' gard Satan as Christ's oclvcr- held in April. for about 50 daily. Mill-ray Miller, Ontario's LIP coordinator, said the only way (tie program could avoid contro- versy would be to give all its money "to road cleaners or ixnver installers." About 58 million of Ontario's million in grants went to municipalities requiring labor to clear roads, remove dead elm trees, install Young British schoolboy on drug charge LISTENS TO SENTENCE Alaska senator recjuests highway talks continue WASHINGTON (AP) Sena- asked NASHVILLE SOUND DF 5 STEREO TODAY'S KITS FEATURE-PRICED James Gang live in Concert, I'm Jusl Me by Charlie Pride, Bark by Jefferson Airplane, For Ladies Only by Shop with Ease Soy "Charge It Pleoso" EACH FAVOURITE HIT ARTISTS El Paso by Marty Robbins, Make Iho World Go Away by Roy Price, Walls of o Prison by Johnny Cash, Anjy Williams, Johnny Malhij and many more. ANY 2 for Open Doily roject and alternate modes of ransportation are developing. The highway, gravel-surfaced n many places, links Alaska vith JI o n t a n a and extends hrciigh British Columbia and Alberta. Gravel wants the reconstruc- :ion and surfacing job to be fi- iancc.1 jointly by the Uni'.ed States and Canada. No cost esti- mate is available. The cost, he said, would be a 'public investment Uiat is des- perately needed to accelerate he economic and social devel- opment of Alaska." He told the president that the lighway also would cut trai'V lortaiion cosis for material to it> in tha construction ol h.3 Trans-Alaskan oil pipeline; >c useful for national defence; mprovo working relationships with Canadians; stimulate tour- Ism, provide optional transpor- tation in the event of disasters and strikes, and cut freight rates on items shipped to Alaska, LONDON (AP) The foreign office disclosed today the Brit- ish government has intei-veiied in the case of a 14-year-old Brit- ish schoolboy, Timothy Davey, who has been sentenced to six years and three months in Tur- key on charges of conspiring lo sell 57 pounds of hashish. Foreign Secretary Sir Alec Douglas-Home met with Tur- key's ambassador to London, Zeki Kunoralp, Wednesday and expressed Ihe concern of the Brilish government over the sentence. A foreign office spokesman told n news conference: "We understand that an appeal will be lodged against tlte sentence and onr immediate concern is that the process of appeal be conducted as quickly as possi- ble." Douglas-Home's intervention coincided with angry pressure for action to relieve the plight of the boy, who said he was to1 ing lo raise motley for the defence of liis mother's boy- friend against a drug charge. MAY BE PARDONED In Ankara, a Turkish govern, ment spokesman said Davey by parlia- Members of Parliament said Turkey was giving itself a medi- eval image and termed the sen- cnce harsh, brutal and immo- Newspaper editorials urged mercy. Timothy also was fined the equivalent of at the trial Istanbul Wednesday. The court gave sentences of rears to him and three young co-defendants, Jean Claude Morisot, 20, and Patrice Bios- atto, 20, both French, and ?riedrich Stohlt 17, Austrian nny be pardoned ment. Dean resigns at Calgary CALGARY James McNulty Robinson, Ihe first dean of business at Ihe Uni- versity of Calgary, has resign ed after five years at the post. He said he quit the job to devote more time to teaching and research rather than ad ministration, Dr. Robinson, 41, had been z lecturer at the University o] Toronto and a consultant be- fore helping found the Calgary faculty. CANADA'S TRIAL BY TERROR For years fo come, Cnnndinns will remember the kidnaping of James Cross and Hie jmir- dor of Pierre Lnporto with horror and n deep sense of indignation. Montrealers will remember how llifi War Mea- sures Act called thousands of troops into thr-ir city, ami gave police "virtually unlimit- ed powers." March Reader's Digest provides fresh insights into the 1.970 October Crisis, why nnd how it happened, and (he efTrct fhr- FLQ kid- napings had on Quebec and the rest of Canada. BR sure to rrad A WIND OP MAD. NESS: CANADA'S TRFAf, BY TERROR one of 28 articles in March Reader's Digest, Get your copy today! Jut Timothy's sentence was cut ty half and Slohl's reduced to 'ight years, four months be- of their ages. Tile defence said it would ap- and The Daily Mail re- -orled that Turkish Foreign Minister Haluk Bayulken gave he British ambassador, Sir iodcrick Sarell, a "sympathetic learing" when he loid him the :ase would have a serious i in- tact on relations between Brit- ain and Turkey. One British newspaper sided vith the Turks. "Feel sorry as wrote columnist Donald Seaman in The Daily Ixpress, "but don't blame the Jftirks who know what drugs can do (o whole mind boys of are trying o stamp out their end of a huge, ierrifying, growing men- ace operated by unscrupulous men and women all over the world." When arrested, the boy was passing through Istanbul en route from India to England with his family. Travelling home with the Davey family in their minibus was Mrs. Davey's English boy- riond Christopher Atcherley, 24, He was arrested hi Istanbul 'or using drugs and has since been sentenced to 2Vt years In Yabloiis'ki layer to lie 111 chair WASHINGTON, Pa. (API Paul K. Gilly was sentenced to the electric chair tcday by the same jury that convicted hi ednesday of first-degree mur- der in the Yablonski slayings. The jury of seven men anc five women began'deliberations on the penally, Wednesday but recessed at p.m. Tne jurors deliberated aboul rive hours returning a guilty verdict. The state claimed Ihe year-old Cleveland hcusepainter received a contract to ar range the killings. He was convicted on three counts of killing United Mine Workers official Joseph Yablon sfd, his wife and daughter more than two years ago in nearby Clarksville. Yablonski had made an un successful bid in 1969 for Uii presidency of the UMW as leader of an insurgent group. hjs appeal was re- Jail and jected. Timothy said he tried to sell the hashish to raise money for Atchcrlcy's defence, but the buyer he met in a cheap cafe was a informer. The drug hidden outside Istanbul, Timothy said he asked and Stohl, had a car, to drive him to the site "to pick up a package." He said the two Flench boys went along for the ride. The polico trailed them and airested them after Timo- thy collected the drug. Tough luck CALGAIIY (CP) The Al- berta Molor Association had a bit of bad luck Wednesay when two cars collided at an inter- section outside the organiza- tion's offices. One of the cars bour.ccd into the association's sign, causing damage. The AMA had issued insur- ance fo Hie driver of one of the cars, Thomas Caldwell, who was later charged with failing to slop at a red light. No one was seriously injured but damage of was dona to each vehicle, Weather and road report SUNK'SE FRIDAY SUNSET L Prc .05 .02 -fl 3.1 IS 13 -10 Lelhljritlge Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff Calgary....... Pcnticton Prince George Kamlonps Vancouver Easkjitcon Regina Winntoeg Toronto Ottawa Montreal St. John's Halifax Charlotto'own Fredcricton Chicago New Yurk......73 Miami ...........77 las Angeles .....77 Las Vegas......65 Phoenix 7 I! 4 -1 -1; -2 -19 -0 -33 14 -29 12 -9 -16 25 12 12 33 -31 -2 -35 -25 35 27 22 39 2.1 25 59 Honolulu Rome Paris Ixindon Berlin Amsterdam Moscow ___ Stockholm Tokyo 4 13 0 1 1-1 50 74 57 42 47 72 66 50 43 52 39 37 37 46 32 30 27 30 29 50 32 25 .39 .78 7 1.09 .05 .01 FORECAST Lethbriflgt.Mcilicme Hat Today: Periods of light snow. Highs 5-IQ above. Lows near live below. Friday: Cloudy Intervals. Highs neav 10 above. Calvary Today: Snowflur- riss this afternoon. Highs zero- five above. Lows 10-15 below. Friday: Cloudy intervals. Highs 5-10 above. Columbia Kootonay Snow tapering off near mid- night. Brisk winds main val- leys. Friday mostly cloudy. Oc- casional light snow in (lie Columbia district. Highs bath days 20 to 30 in the Co- lumbia district and in the Kootenays 30 to 40 both days. tonight 10 to 15 in the Columbia district and 15 to 25 in the Kootenays. Montana East of Continen- tal Divide Scattered snows (oday ending by afternoon. Partly cloudy tonight and Fri- d a y. Increasing southwest winds and warmer tempera- tures east slopes of Rockies today continuing Friday, Highs both days 30 to 45 southwest 10 to 20 northeast. tonight 20s west and south zero to 10 northeast. Wrsl of Continental Divine Scattered snow showers this af- ternoon through Friday. No Im- portant temperature changes. Highs both days BOs. Lows to- night 20s. Prison escapee captured CALGARY (CP) Donald Richard La Pointe, who es- capsd from Drumhcller Peni- tentiary Wednesday night, was captured by police today out- side a gun shop. Police said they spotted a man sitting in a stolen car out- side the store and when they approached he tried to use one of Uie several guns and revolv- ers on the seat beside him. He was dragged from the ve- hicle and disarmed before any shots were fired. La Pointe, 19, has been charged with theft of property worth more than S50 and break- ing and entering. Daniel Bugbee, 19, who es- caped at the same time was still at large and police de- scribed him as potentially dan- gerous. To Provide Better Service Telephone Number Has Been Changed To: Owned by Canadians Effective March 1, 1972 Edwards HEAVY-DUTY CULTIVATOR MODEL C319 Reducible to 17' or extendable to 21 Ft, One Hydraulic Cylinder for Depth Conlrol, as well as lifting wing to tronsporf position Positive Deplh Conlrol Designed 1o mount chain driven rod altachmenl See KEN DICKSON for a demonstration GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Phone 328-1141 lefhbridge OFFICIAL AS OF A.M TODAY COURTESY OF AMA Highway 2, Nanton to Card- stcn, travel lanes mostly bare. Cardston to Carway, covered with packed snow. Highway 3, Grassy Lake to Pincher Creek, travel lanes mostly hare. Pincher Creek to Bcllevue, thin layer of packed snow. Bcllevue to Ihe B.C. hor- der, covered with packed snow and ice. Highway S, Lethbridge lo Cardston, travel lanes mostly bare. Cardston lo Waterton, thin layer of packed snow. Highway fi, Pincher Creek to Waterton, Uiin layer o[ packed snow. All remaining highways In the district are in good condition. Highway 1, Calgary to Banff, generally bare with occasional slippciy Banff Gold- en, inches of new snow, plowed and 'Sanded. fianff Radium highway, l'i inches of new snow, plowed and sanded. Banff Jasper highway is closed. PORTS OF KNTIIY (Opening nnd Closing Coutts 54 hours; Carway 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Del lionjta 9 ,m, to 6 p.m.; Hooscvilic, B.C. 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Kiiijjsgato, B.C., 21 hours; Porthill Kykcrls B a.m. to midnight. Chief Mounlaia closed. WUdtorse, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.