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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE lETriSKtDGE HERALD March 1971 Egypt counting on to set territories back Plane hijacker vlaced in custody AP Chapin Scott Paterson was arraigned on federal charges of air piracy and placed in custody lieu of bail Monday SLOW BUT SURE It may not have been the fastest way of getting around Montreal after two snowstorms dumped almost 30 inches of snow on city but as the own er of this horse and buggy will if was a lot more dependable with the added feature of no pollution at least not of the Legislature Roundup Opposition attacks proposal to change hospital services EDMONTON CP Al berta doesnt need a hospital services Hugh Homer PC Lac Anne said in the legislature Monday as he led an opposition assault against a government bill that would set up a board to admin ister nursing homes and senior citizens residences in the Attempts to control rising hospital costs should be left in the hands of elected Progressive Conser v a t i v e members said as they launched an unsuccessful attempt to block second reading of the An amendment by Dave Rus sell PC Calgary Victoria which would have post poned further discussion of the bill for six was de feated 48 to and the legisla tion was finally given second reading approval in princi ple 47 to 10 in a standing The Conservatives have 10 members in the 65seat to Social Credits Homer said municipali the Alberta Hospitals As sociation and the Catholic Hos pitals Association of Alberta should be given an opportunity to give their Russell said the legisla tion is repugnant because it BB Commission omits one report OTTAWA royal commission on bilingualism and biculturalism will complete its work without publishing its promised final on the mass media and cultural in A commission spokesman said today that changes in the mass media and in the arts and let 100 Copies plus tax 1269 S leffibridge ters since the commission hac completed its research in 1967 would weaken any recommen dations it might A letter to this effect was sen to Prime Minister TTudeau last week by the commission co JeanLouis Gagnon and Davidson Instead of publishing a sixth and final the eommis sion will publish several vol tunes of studies upon which its reports have been The earlier reports includet volumes on bilingualism and bi cufturalism in in th public service and private worl in Ottawa and in volun tary Another volume of the invests which has cost in exces of S8 million so considered the cultural contributions of nonFrench and nonEnglish ethnic gives the commission power to nterfere in the internal work ings of hospitals and emascu ates all the local hospita loards in the Reacting to opposition de mands for more information Health Minister James Hender on said it is basically an ad ministrative matter designet o bring about a better alloca lion of more efficien use of facilities and tie in wit he Alberta Health Care Insur anca The Conservatives g a v grudging support to four bill Sealing with pollution control acking second reading afte Ml Yurko PC Strathcon ilast said the bills are inade quate but better than nothing The bills would establish new department of the environ create clean water an air acts and set up an Environ mental Research Trust Henderson said polli tion enforcement has come age in Alberta and the new legislation will put us into position far ahead of any othe jurisdiction in The bills would set pollution control standard and call fo stiff fines and closing of plant that do not follow the Fines could range as high as a Letfibridge man new RAC head CAIRO CP The Egyptian o v e r n e n t still hopes the nited States will get Israel to occupied in the 1967 offi cials in Cairo They say President Anwar from tte territories i Sadat let the Suez canal cease We are Hunt pressed or Turkish kidnappers Turkey Reuter Security foices stepped up their hunt today for a group of left ing terrorists who kidnapped iur American de ransom under hreat of and then inexpli cably walked out of the apart ment where they were holding leaving the servicemen A government spokesman said today the hunt for the kid who called themselves he Turkish Peoples Liberation is being intensified now that the Americans are The who were seized from a car Thursday after they left a coraunicatlons walked into their billet late Monday night after taking a taxi from the apartment where Ihey were They told reporters later their kidnappers without warn simply gathered up their belongings and left the apart night on allegations of hijacking a Western Airlines jet between San Francisco and Bail was set by Commis sioner Richard Fleeson during a hearing held in the Whatcom County said Sheriff Bernie Paterson was turned over to authorities earlier Monday at on the interna tional border after Justice Victor Dryer of British Colum a Supreme Court upheld an migration department order r a 19yearold army raftee from Shingle was ordered deported Tuesday after he was ae used of hijacking a Boeing T37 n He was to be held here over ight in Whatcom County jai id was expected to be brought o Seattle lire expire to keep his options open in case diplomacy but a resumption of shooting in the near future is not being con still hoping the United States will get Israel to undertake a commitment to vithdraw from occupied terri said an official at the for eign For the time King we are Al Cairos semioffi cial revealed today hat Sadat and President Nixon have been exchanging mes The SadatNixon exchanges were revealed as Egypt for mally announced for the first time today that its forces have former Letiibridge resident named grain board head RUSTY HARD WATER Call 3277S67 for the Cure Free Waier Analysis fa Rent or Purchase the Unit You Need Culligan Soap and Soft Water STOP POLLUTION See us at the Agricultural Extravaganza and bring us o water sample for free Analysis and Advice I Say EDMONTON CP vice president of Western Canadian Seed Pro cessors of was elected president of the Rape seed Association of Canada former vice president of the succeeds retiring president Runeiman of president of United Grain Growers Dehod of Winninpeg was eleckJ vice president suc ceeding Dehod is director of lakehead and export Federal Grain Keith Gray of Northwest Line Elevators Association in Calgary was elected to the new post of secretary and dep uty executive Dallas remains chair man of the finance committee of the Elected to the board of di rectors were Scandal hits operatic circles ROME AP A Rome tri bunal convicted 19 government officials and theatre impresa rios here of fraud or misuse of state subsidies by collecting for opera and plays that wen not It is the biggest scandal to hi Italys operatic world in years Stt persons were Among those convicted were Franz de directorgen eral of the tourism ministry hi predecessor N i c o 1 e de Pirro and Hemigio a noted im All were found guilty f The tribunal sentenced Biase to four four m o n t h s D PiiTo was given four tw months and Paone two The other indue ing 11 received jai sentences of 11 months to four A recent amnesty re moves three years from which means thos sentenced to less than thre years will not be The government gives a dou We subsidy for staging a opera or The prosecutio said producers got the increase subsidies but staged familiar works or none at OTTAWA CP Delmar of has teen pppinted head of the Canadian the agricul u r e department announced Lem f has been ppointed assistant chief com Forrest a farmer a the Naicam district of Sas is the third member f OK commission that replaces he former board of grain com The who their new jobs April will implement the regulations Curb on domination Gordons view speculators buying up land been alert placed on maximum and that stringent civil defence precautions have been ordered through the As the military in Israel warned of major Israeli reac tion against Egypt shooting were the Egyptian au thorities tightened partial black out regulations and reinforced the guard over vital installa tions through the in cluding bridges and power sta Several hospitals also were evacuated in preparation for emergencies and people were told to prepare for any contin EDMONTON CP Non residents are buying Alberta land and efforts are needed to stop the Don Hamil executive assistant to Pre mier Harry Strom said Mon He told a service club lunch eon non Canadians are buying abandoned quarter sections for bunting centres and any farmer southeast of Calgary has a ready market for his hind with American specula People in Taber can tell you about the attractiveness of the irrigated and grazing land in that area for Although the problem was Albertans are lucky the situation has not reached the proportions of the problem in other he I know of Nova Scotians and British Columbians who would give anything to be in our position where action can be taken before the problem becomes too Hamilton emphasized was concerned with nonresi dent control of not wheth er foreign citizens in the coun try owned If a person is part of the Al berta hes paving taxes here and I have no ob jection whatsoever to him en joying the same privilege witn regard to land as In Canada is the most loose country in the de veloped and most underdevel oped of the nations of the in terms of imposing no restrictions on the foreign uae of its Brandon nosnow capital jrotein testing which will enable lie board to offer mainly in Europe and irotem The new chief commissioner s a former Lethbridge resi Pound joined the Me Cabe Grain at Brooks in He was later named dis rict In I960 he purchased an interest in Oliver Chemical here and was named producUon When Oliver Chemical expand ed its operations to Medicine Pound took over as manager He held his position in Medi cine Hat until when he was appointed to the Board of Grain Commissioners in succeeding who DEL POUND under the new Canada Grain Act which also takes effec April The Act provides for the uitro ductton of a new system o wheat grades and a system o Space program excited over discovery NEW YORK AP Astro naut Stuart Roosa said here that Apollo 14 astronauts dis covered something on the moons surface that resembles a river bed and that persons in the space program were ex cited about Its a new feature on the lunar he It looks like a river It is not a rille or Were all pretty excited about Sources at the Houston Space Centre said the discovery show ed up in high resolution photo graphs of the moon taken from They said it appears older or flatter than the deep canyoa like There are no plans to make a manned landing near Apollo is scheduled to land near enough for a look at one of the CP While some Eastern Canadian cities shovel out from under the mantle of their heaviest snowfall in residents of this city of cant find a patch of snow big enough to make a The 140 inches of precipita tion that has fallen here since 1 makes this city the driest in The snow that did fall has melted away with the exception of some ice in curbs and streets are A spokesman in the Winni peg weather office said today only with a precipita tion of inches this has a lower precipitation than Brandon among North Ameri can Nonacademic staff wins wage hike EDMONTON CP The University of Albertas non academic staff has been awarded an immediate across Lhe fiveper cent wage has not yet been reached in academic staff In the non academic staff agreement announced at the March board of governors meeting there also is provision for merit increments where recommended of two per cent rather than the previous five per Non academic staff received a wage increass last The board of governors also agreed to consider long term disability insurance for the nonacademic GEM STOCKPILE The De Beers in London tea a stockpile of gems whose estimated value is roughly one quarter of Britains total gold and currency Weather and road report ABOVE J ZERO AT SUNRISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET H L Pre 39 25 Lethbridge Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie Calgary 43 Prince George 3S 39 Vancouver Saskatoon Regina Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa Montreal Johns 34 13 New 60 30 Miami 67 48 Los 62 49 Las 65 38 30 48 39 39 38 23 42 54 27 33 34 25 Amsterdam 27 41 10 27 48 13 42 25 Tokyo 50 21 FORECAST 39 Medicine Calgary Today 34 Wednesday Mainly 18 Winds W20 Lows 20 36 25 Highs 35S5 3 Kootcnay To 2 day Mainly cloudy with occa 13 sional light Wednesday 12 Cloudy with a few sunny pe 10 Highs today and Wed 12 nesday Cloudy with a few sun 30 ny Highs today and 26 Wednesday near Lows to Charlotletown near Lows 37 24 i night in near HAMILTON CP Walter Gordon predicts the federal gov ernment will bring in tough leg islation to stop the growing MacDonald of vice1 United Slates domination of 1 president and general manager Canadas economy because the of Pioneer Grain government is too aware of the Kenneth a grower from public mood to take any other Sarsons i course of director of lie Attending a McMaster Uni versity the former Lib cabinet minister said in an of the industrial division of the Sas katchewan Wheat Pool and Charles Kroft of chairman of the board of Na tional Grain Co Culligan Water Conditioning 120d North lethbridgo ILIVT UMDEP THF AT THE WATER TOWER interview here there is con cern in Ottawa over w hether the emphasis in IcpLslaiion should be placed on control held In for banks fail eignowned companies on the j actual ownership itself WASHINGTON f AP Frank j Gordon was finance min Wille chairman of the Federal Lster for 2 years in the cabinet Deposit Insurance Corp of Lester 11 is chair Confess Tuesday that mismanj man of the fommitlre for an I iiwmont is to blame for the ris Independent n proup ing failure of hanks in the formed to demonstrate lo politl 1nilwl Of the 1 banks that failed in the last M he four involved in loan or deposit irregularities and oilier 13 folded because of weaknesses in loan portfolio Thr1 brinks had cians that Canadians are con cerned about the economic lie said a task force under Mel University of To ronto and a parlia mentary committee had hoth 12SM3 depositors with total dol recommended a posits of more than S219 million The FDIC Insures each deposi tor up to to keep an on all foreignowned companies m THE KINSMEN CLUB of LETHBRiDGE IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE LETHBRIDGE MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION PROUDLY PRESENTS 1971 ADAMS ICE CENTRE March 13 to RINK OPEN FOR SPECTATORS PRIZES Prizes will be awarded to the teams and individual skating the most laps and raising the most 0 Trips for four hockey players and their parents to a Stanley Cup semifinal 4 Hockey jackets for two Hockey stick for every Proceeds to assist Minor Hockey in lethbridge and for the furtherance of Kinsmen Service FREE PUBLIC SKATING AFTER THE SKATEATHON UNTIL COMPLIMENTS OF THE KINSMEN CLUB ALL1S CHALMERS For prices and Details on the AllisChalmers line of farm equipment contact Cole Harris Dick Orsten Bert Erickson FINANCING AVAILABLE GRAIN TAKEN IN TRAD GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coulfs Highway Phone 3273165 Box 1202 OFFICIAL AS AT gon A M TODAY COURTESV OF AM A Highway 1 Carway lo Nan1 Highway mostly bare and there are icy Highway 3 mostly bare and dry with a few icy sec Highway 3 west from Fort Macleod lo the D icy dry with icy sections around New Da j ton Highway icy sections iiromd Mountain View to t re are icv FCC p r I Ic 3 icy f PORTS OF ENTRY Opening and Closing Coutts 24 hours Carway 9 to f Del Bonita 9 to G pm 9 to 6 24 j PorthillRykcrts 8 to Chief Mountain to 5 ;