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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Monday, March 6, 1973 1'alKs on tM'illsIi bases 011 Malta in final stage LONDON" (Reuterl British- MnHe.Ke government negotia- tions on the future o( Uritish military buses on the Mediterra- nean fortress island entered their decisive stage today. Malta's prime minister, Dom Minloff, and British Defence Secretary Lord Carrington, i n their second day of talks on the deadlocked bases crisis, tackled the major issue blocking agree- much Britain and her NATO allies should pay for use of Malta's military facili- ties. CN, cost OTTAWA K'PI MPs start their annual recital of griev- Minloff was alfo expected lo have a meeting today Prime Minister Edward Heath. When the talks started Sim- day, the Maltese leader was ap- parently standing firm on his "inflexible demand" for a yearly rental of S4C.8 million. With equal firmness, the British government was refusing to pay more than the SM.-I million agreed with its NATO allies. MINTOFFHOPEFUL Minloff said before the talks that he thought a decision cpult be reached by tonight, provided Britain would meet him hall way. But Carrington made it clear But the debate Is always used j ;t was up to to say Air Canada starts by MPs to push for rail antt air antes against the national Improvements in their regions transportation system this week as Ihe ycr.riy debate on the CNH-Air Canada financing bill gets under way today. ['he routine 'bill would author- ise for the governmeiit-osvnecl Canadian National Railways capila! expenditures totalling in 1971, and another S33 million up to July It would also authorize gov- ernment loans to Air Canada j between .Ian. 1, 1971 and June 30, lo help it pay its debts. Four killed in Alberta accidents By THE CANADIAN' PllKSS Four persons lost their lives in traffic accidents in Alberta during the weekend. Two members of the Cana- dian Armed Forces base at Ed- monf.cn died in a two car collision on the Trans Canada Highway in Calgary-. They were identified as Marka Rod- ney Zaumseil, 25, and Kenneth Martin Fladager, 22. Mary Jo Murphy. 20, of Cal- gary was killed when two ve- hicles collided near DeWinton, about 20 miles south of Cal- gary and Stephen Patrick Web- ber, 19, of Strathmors died when the car in which he was travelling hit a parked vehicle as well as changes in Ihe na- tional transportation policy. Tuesday, the opposition will i get another crack at the govern- Dear that community. southern Alberta ment with a one-day debate on ,1 motion of the Conservatives' choice. It will be the first of seven opposition days scheduled for this month. CITE PROBLEMS Transportation problems were also cited during last week's House debate on the bill to con- tinue for another five years the government's grants to the poorer provinces, designed to maintain minimum national lev- els of public services. The bill, sent to the finance committee Friday, would in- crease the grants to billion in 1976-77 from the current billion. The grants are made to prov- inces that have per rnpUa revenues betow the national av- erage. Only Ontario, Alberta and British "Columbia receive no payments. But several MPs called lor equalization of Transportation rates across the country'. They said that would reduce costs for consumers in the far- flung, poorer regions of the country. It would also help them sell their products in the richer areas. Regional disparities produced the toughest talk in the House last week, with opposition accu sations that Ihe regional expan- sion program was ineffective at least and politically inspired at. worst. whether be accepted the fina combined British-NATO r e n offer. Apart from the rent issue some of Britain's NATO allies are ready lo give Malta direc bilateral economic and develop- ment aid totalling about million, during the next seve years. Sources close to talks do no rule out the possibility that way out of Ihe impasse migl: be found through increased b; lateral economic aid to the is land, whose economy already badly hit. Joseph Lims, the NATO secre- tary-general who attended Sun dc.y's six-hour talks joined Ca- rington and Mintoff in repbrtin (hat some progress has bee made. Three B.C. men die in snowslide VANCOUVER (CP) Ttirce men died hi a snowslide north of Hope Sunday as heavy rain liit southern British Columbia, blocking lines. highways and rail 'vOUND OUT HOW DEEP IT WAS Ed Trask of Needhom, Mass., sits atop his car after he got stranded driving through a flooded area in Quincy, Moss. Ho said he didn't think Ihe water was very deep when he started through but a dip in the rood brought the water almost to the door handles. Heavy rains caused flooding that strand- ed many motorists and tied up traffic. Alberta Tories out to ivin 4 seats not held by party Waldheiin arrives for talks CAPE TOWN (API UN Secretary-General Kurt Wal- dheim arrives today to discuss the future of South-West Africa, a disputed teritory which is al- most Uie size of British Colum- bia. There is no indication thai WalrJheim can budge Prime Minister John Vorster from his position that South Africa con- trols the area under a mandate from the old League of Nations. South Africa has ignored UN Security Council resolutions and an International Court of Jus- tice demand that it abandoned South-West Africa and allow the people there to determine their own future. Waldheim and five aides are coming lo {South Africa at the direction of the Security Coun- cil. The United Nations uses the term Namibia for Ihe area. Vorster told Parliament that Waldheim is welcome and will be courteously received. He said he is willing to discuss self-de- termination for South-West Af- rica, because this is his govern- ment's policy. CALGARY (CP) The Pro- gre-ssivo. Conservative Party will concentrate on winning the four federal ridings in Alberta Olson, not now held hy the party, Rob- ert Thompson, Conservative Member of Parliament for Red Deer, said Saturday. We've got to win Uocky M o u n tain House, Calgary South, Edmonton Strathcona and Medicine he said in an interview following a parly planning conference. All four seals now are held by the Liberals, Medicine Hat by agricullure minister H. A. Mr. Thompson, an cleclion organizer who has said he will not run again in Red Deer, said Rocky Mountain House will be the hardest to win be- cause it is such a large riding. An election is expected this year. Earlier at a news conference, Mr, Thompson and other Con- Mother blames juvenile hoodlums for son's death VANCOUVER tCPI The mother of a 15-year-old Ladner, B.C., boy, whose body was found shot and weighted down with cement here Friday, said Sunday her son had been try- ing to break away from a gang of juvenile hoodlums. Mrs. Eileen Mawdsiey said In an interview that her son, David Ross Mawdsiey, had been waiting lo be admitted lo Brannen Lake Reformatory on Island at Ihe time of his death following recent convictions on a number of charges of car theft and van- dalism. SHRINE-LIONS CFCN-TV's NEW SEASON" only MEDICAL HOSPITAL YOUR BEST SWEEPSTAKE CAUSE MAJLHOW ENCLOSED it mj ordtr plyible to HIE SHRINE LION SWEEPSTAKES ASSOCIATION FOR J ffttto forward foflowEng Ho. of KdtiU (chuk qvinlity) MONDAY M'I' J'0.00 f J B liclitU f SPtCIK BONUS 12 titktll J25.0O TONIGHT GOOD LOOKING WINNERS OK FEB.14th DRAW TELEVISION She spoke to reporters at her .omc in Ladner, 20 miles souih f Vancouver, a short time af- er police released the name of er son. Tho boy's body was discover- ed In False Creek, heart of 'anccuiver's industrial district, "riday. Police said the body :as weighted with lock of cement and that th? joy had been shot in the heac everal times before his body was dropped into the water. Police investigations are con- inning. SCHOOL DROP OUT Mrs. Mawdsiey said her son lad dropped out of school in an effort to break away from the g he hat! been associating witli. She said she didn't think drugs wore involved becausi ner son had "learned his Jes on" after spending some thin In hospital two years ago afte; taking LSD, She said his death may havi resulted from some member of the gang being afraid tha her son would tell police abou crimes committed while h was associating with the gang Former FUA member dies GRANDE PFlAmiE (CP) Funeral service will be he! be held here Tuesday for Hug W. Allen, minister of municipa affairs and lands and mines i the United Farmers of Albert government while an ML from 1026 to 1935. Fie was 63. Mr. Allen wns named to LI Alberta Agriculture Hall c in 5567. He was a foun er of lliR Alberta Live-sloe Co-op and a director of United Grain Growers. Olson raps Tory attacks EDMONTON (CP) Agri- culture Minister Olson compar- ed Canada today to Nigeria ot the time of Lhe Biafra crisis in a Saturday speech to a Lib- eral Party fund drive cam- paign in which he said selfish political interests are "fanning the flames of division." Tlw Conservatives, he said, have resorted to widespread at- tacks on French-speaking min- isters and to criticism of ethnic issues such as replacement of the initials RCMP with Ihe word police on the force's cars and buildings. While "tearing at the heart and soul of this country, the Conservative Party is tear- ing itself apart as well." The men, employees of Giant Mascol Mines eight miles north of Hope, about 100 miles north- cast of Vancouver, were killed when Ihcir truck was hit by a snowslide on a mine access road running off the Frascr Canyon Highway. The men were identified as Walter Husscl Morphy, 51, of Ilosedale, B.C., Stefan Mista, 46, of Yarrow, B.C., and Fred Joseph Wcliner, 47, of Hope, B.C. The Hope-Princeton Highway, which nuis east of Hope, re- mained open Sunday night but (lie Canyon Highway, running north from Hope, was closed in- definitely to through traffic be- cause of snowslities. Farther east, the Rogers Pass was expected to be re-opened totay after weekend closures. Snowslides also affected rail travel, blocking both Canadian National and CP Rail lines through the Fraser Canyon. CiST's line was blocked for about 14 hours Sunday and a CN pas- senger train rerouted over CP Rail tracks was further delayed by a slide which derailed two freight cars and blocked the CP Rail line overnight. ervativc MFs said the design nd implementation of current olicies are breaking the conn- into isolated units. Each unit regards the others ilh suspicion, Mr. Thompson aid, and western Canada is etting short changed increas- igly often. "Understandably, w e stem anada gets incensed at so .ucb of this. "If 1 didn't believe in Can- da, 1 might advocate western eoaratism." The solution for western Can- da was to carry more political in federal policy plan- ing. "Our voice bas to become ouder, we have to become nore united and get more uni- ied and larger groups into 'arliament." Mike Forreslal of Dart- loulh Halifax East said it vas just as frustrating for reas receiving a large portion f the federal government's economic aid. "We went through a period in 'anada when we didn't imder- itand each other and didn't know we didn't understand. 'Now we don't understand ind know we don't understand. 'erhaps some day we will un- derstand and know what to do." Harold Danforth of Kent-Es- sex' said Ontario has the same 'rustration but because nf direct economic policies. "We all have different prob- cms but we all have prob- lems." Weather and road report SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET Lcthbridge Pinclier Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff Cilgrtry Victoria Pentic'.on Prince Goerge Kamloops..... Vancouver Regina......... Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa Montreal St. John's Halifax........ Cbarlottetown Fredericton Cliicago....... New York Miami Los Angeles Las Vegas Phoenix Honolulu...... Rome Paris London Berlin........ Amsterdam Moscow Stockholm Tokyo LPre 40 37 .02 37 .03 10 .23 H 46 43 41 H 17 -11 .05 34 25 .45 42 28 .05 52 36 1.47 50 53 21 33 38 7 8 -1 28 5 28 0 29 5 23 18 41 2.1 33 II 16 G 24 !7 43 21 01 66 38 43 49 13 81 84 93 77 Gl 41 4.1 50 50 30 3-1 37 Edmonton mail killed in Sask. TOMPKINS, Sask. (CP) Timothy Donald Wallace, 23, of ISdmonton was killed in a car- truck collision on the Trans- Canada Highway near this town about 50 miles west of Swift Cxrrrcnt rtCMP said he was the lone occupant of the car. The driver of the truck received minor in- juries. FORECAST: Lcthliritlge-Mcdlclne Hat Turning much cooler this morning as winds shift lo N20 and gusty. A few snowflnrries and blowing snow associated. Urns 5-10. Highs near VJ this morning then dropping dur- ing the day. Lows 5-10. Tues- day: Mainly cloudy. Highs near 20. Calgary Snowflurries and strong north winds this morn- ing giving blowing snow. Winds decreasing during the day. Highs 20-25. Lows zero-five E'bove, Tuesday: Mainly cloudy. Highs 10-15 above. Columbia Kootcnay Today and Tuesday: Cloudy with sunny periods. Snowflurries lear the mountains. Gusty southwest winds in main val- leys today. Highs both days 35 :o 40. Lows lonight about 15 in Lhe north rising to 25 in the southern Okanagan. Montana East of Continen- tal Divirlc Today: Variable cloudiness with strong winds and scattered rain or snow showers. Warmer east portion today cooler northwest by this afternoon. Partly cloudy and not so windy tonight and Tues- day with widely scattered Highs today 45 to Lows tonight 10 to 20 north 23 to 30 south. Highs Tuesday 25 to 35 west and south 15 to 25 northeast. West of Continental Divide Today: Snow over mouuntains with rain showers changing lo scattered snow showers at low- er elevations. Strong gusty winds. Partly cloudy and cool- er tonight and Tuesday with scattered snowflurries mostly over mountains. Highs today 45 to 55. Low3 tonight in 205. Highs Tuesday mostly 30s. Tollcstnip wius highway job EDMONTON fCP) The highways department Monday announced that Tolloslrup Con- struction Co. Ltd. of Lethbridge had ireen awarded a contract covering asp h altic concrete pavement for five miles on Highway 2 from Cal- gary to south of Balzac. SPECIALS! SPECIALS AT GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES EASY TROL SEED AND FERTILIZER DRILL AND PLANTER FILL SYSTEM SEED EXTRA ACRES A DAY AND ELIMINATE BACKACHE PLOW AND HARROW AS YOU GO WITH A MID-WEST HARROW MOUNTED QUICKLY AND EASILY LETHBRIDGE SPRING SWINE SHOW and SALE Tues. and Wed., April 11 and 12 Lelhbridga Exhibition Pavilion ENTRIES CLOSE MARCH llrh for forms pleasa contact Lelhbridga District Exhibition 3401 6th Avenue South IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA WE WILL ACCEPT BARLEY AT AND WHEAT AT PER BUSHEL WHILE STOCKS IAST A A A -dh- A A OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA mainly bare and In good win- ter condition. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, Calgary to Banff, plowed and sanded, some blow- ing snow in the Morley Flats aroa. Banff-Golden, good win- ter condition with few slippery set-lions. Cnldrn