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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THI UTKBRIDGE HERALD March Action promised on SOW report recommendations OTTAWA CP govern1 directed by the whole ment might name a minister to I with no one minister in implement recommendations in The organization which the report of the royal commishas met strong opposition objec sion on the status of would authorize the prime Robert minister respon sible for told the Com mons Promising quick government action to implement the propos als that are considered feasi Andras said that if the Commons passes the gov ernment reorganization bill it might even happen that the minister chosen to handle this will be appointed formally to take the He told a reporter outside the House the government has not rejected the possibility of ap pointing a specific minister to take charge of the That would reverse a policy stated recently by Prime Minis ter Trudeau that action on the commissions report would be minister to appoint five new ministers of state for specific BILL BOGGED DOWN It has been bogged down in committee stage for more than three debating weeks in what Government House Leader Allan MacEachen has called a Andras was speaking in debate on a New Democrat mo tion urging the government to appoint a minister to consider the commissions recommenda These include covering housewives under the Canada Pension provision of un employment insurance for preg nant a national day cave act and equal treatment in the federal public Police falsified statementRose Andrew Brewin ronto Greenwood said that the report clearly reveals that at i the present time women in Can ada are frequently being denied their fair He said women deserve not special Under House the motion did not come to a MONTREAL CP Paul Rose told a 12man jury today that police falsified a statement he is alleged to have made the day after his arrest in connection with tie kidnapkill ing of Pierre Its perfectly true that I met those he but I never said the things that are in that was speaking in his own defence at his trial for noncapital murder in the 17 strangling of the kidnapped Quebec labor The prosecution rested its case Tuesday and Rose was brought tato court to present his own He said three or four pages of the lapage statement presented in evidence Monday were com pletely false but did not spec ify which pages he The statement attributed to Rose included the assertion that Laporte was strangled by his brother Jacques and Francis Rose also complained that he had been prevented from seeing Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS MULTILUX a lawyer hi private until the day before his trial PROSECUTOR DISAGREES Prosecutor Jacques Ducros saying Rose had met two lawyers from the legal aid service the day after his He refused their services and later met on several occasions with lawyers Robert Lemieux and Pierre Rose said the meetings took place in the office of a police captain and his conversations with Lemieux could be heard clearly by The first time I saw a law yer in without police present and without a glass be tween was He appealed again for a delay in proceedings to give him time to prepare a but Justice Marcel Nichols You chose to defend yourself and to stick with that choice until the end of the the judge Rose said Tuesday he had no intention of presenting a de fence but would defend my He was banished from the courtroom 8 following re peated and disruptive outbursts The judge ruled he could not re turn until he bul Rose has not done Bernard a fourth per son charged in the Laporte kid Jacques Rose ant Francis Simard will stand tria next More aid for welfare recipients EDMONTON CP The Alberta OpUmehric Asocia tion Tuesday signed an agree ment with the province which will provide optometric ser vices to all persons on The cost of such services will be on a costsharing ar rangement through a di rect government grant and ser vices contributed by the prac tising associa tion president Walter Mltson of Lethbridge said in a news The agreement comes into effect April 1 this year and will last for three about 100 dele gates to the associations 51st annual meeting agreed notto increase fees this delegates felt the The association should follow the federal gov ernments policies to curb in flation a Scott Brisbhi of Edmon ton told the meeting that Al berta is the first province to have a mandatory continuing education program in opto Alberta he must do 12 hours of study every year if they wish to con tinue The fourday convention end ed Tuesday with the election of Edworthy of Calgary as president for next two years Janitor denies Nazi connection CP to seek intervention STILL JOGGING Prime Minister Trudeau jogs by a bemused looking Mountie as he enters the grounds of Government House Tuesday night after his return to parla ment earlier in the day Trudeau promised that his new would soon make an appearance in the Commons 1 Vancouver janitor denied Tues day he was the Ukrainian police chief who ordered the machine gun executions of Jews in the western The denial came from Ivan Dimitrevich a j former in an interview with The Free I I swear to you what I say is he I have never i killed a man in all my f The Viennabased Jewish Doc umentation an organiza HiS I lion devoted to tracking down alleged Na2i war said a man with that name took part in the mass executions 1 Simon head of the ocumentation said a Chrobatyn was a onetime hief of the Ukrainian auxiliary Wisenthal said the lan participated in the execu on and personally directed the gunning of 300 Jews al Rudolphs The wartime executions were aid to have taken place in near the Chrobatyn denied In elephone interview that he was ver a police a member f the German armed forces or f any execution He said he was too unedu ated to run a police nor ould he speak a re uirement for such a in a telephoni iterview from sak lie Canadian government is oh ligated morally to take action igainst I dont know if hes a Cana dian Wisentha but if he is a Canadian itizen the Canadian govern ment must bring him befor he courts because it canno Legislature Roundup 17yearold worker killed SWAN HILLS CP Rich ard Joseph of Pick ardville was killed while work ing with a pipelaying crew in the oil fields 18 miles south of RCMP said the young man was steadying a piece of pipe being moved by a bulldozer when it struck a power Swan Hills is 150 miles north west of osition fails in attempt to start Ombudsman debate SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY AT THRIFTWAY DRUGS Everyday at THRIFTWAY EDMONTON CP An opposition attempt to have a motion concerning Albertas Ombudsman debated Tuesday in the legislature failed when a government member refused to let it take precedence over his motion on recycling of iill Dickie Glenmore requested that the Ombudsman motion be put but this requires unani mous consent of the House and Charles Drain Creek Crowsnest refused to give The Social Credit backbench er said the disposal of garbage is a problem of increasing magnitude and urged the gov ernment to look into recyclying techniques and to encourage industry to use recycling to preserve resources and reduce waste Government ready to assist airline Parity Fits all EACH Bars JJJj BONNE BELL BEAUTY 1006 AND VITAMIN SUPER TONIC O QQ BOTH CQD QMIy 99c SPECIAL 1 f O 77 1 1 O VI EDMONTON CP The Alberta government is pre pared to make representations to the federal government if necessary on behalf of Wardair Highways Min JVo government regulations for lotteries EDMONTON CP The government does not intend to establish lottery regulations in the Attorney Gen eral Edgar Gerhart said in the legislature will continue to con sider each case on its own Mr Gerhart said hi reply to Bill Dickie gary The money now raised lottciics and sweep stnkes goes for community pur poses and there would be advantage in setting controls In assessing Gerhart snid the government does try to hold the size of pries to limits and to ensure the lotteries arc economically but il docs not intend to limit the number of Open Daily 9 to 9 Open Sundays and Holidays 2 la 4 and 7 to 9 Super Savings Everyday At fhvcty jster Gordon Taylor told the legislature The government is very concerned about this Alberta jased he said in reply to Romeo Lamothe B o n n y v i 11 who asked if Wardair is having difficulties with the Canadian govern Taylor said Wardair has two avenues to appeal from a a n a d i a n Transport Com mision decision that it must post a performance The first was to the Supreme which ruled that it could not hear the appeal on a point of The second was to fed eral Transport Minister Don and this appeal is Taylor said Alberta is ready at any time to make rep resentations if it is felt they aie In other business Municipal Affairs Minister Fred Colborne said there probably will be a large increase in the amount of private money available for holding in Alberta this He told Dave Russell Calgary Victoria Park he could not estimate the total amount that will be available but indications are money will not be a What will be a he is the capacity of the in dustry to perform to the level of HIP funds y the Saul Hayes cf ex cutive director of the Cana ian Jewish said that has been referred to a ommittec of the congress in If Chrobatyn is a he it will likely bo The congress learned in n est case a few years ago that itizens cannot b e extradited unless it is found they made raudulent statements on ap ihcation for citizenship and a Doard of the immigration de artment votes for e A spokesman in the office of federal Justice Minister John furrier refused to speculate on lossible government We have received no offi cial notification of any charges laid or messages passed le protect a If h nust be deported to Germany We will wait for the next Wisenthal said he ha asked the Canadian Jewis drug pushers Banff problem EDMONTON CP Pan handlers and drug pushers are creating gigantic problems in the Alberta Legisla ture was told Tuesday Clarence Copithorne PC Banff C o c h r a n e said in creased police enforcement and greater government con cern are necessary to prevent further misuse of Banffs rec reational and tourist He said panhandlers and drug pushers tend to destroy the fun and security of the si lent majority of the commun Wo have to control the pan handlers and drug he told the This could be done by en forcing the law already on the nr YOUR AND REXAlt DRUG STORE 702 13th Street North Phone 3270340 SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY AT THRIFTWAY DRUGS For Your Pleasure and Convenience TOWN CKEF Located in the Professional Downtown Announces LOGGER WEEKEND HOURS Open Until 10 ThursdayFridaySaturday Premier Harry Strom toll the legislature that the govern ment will introduce legislatio establishing and confirming service boundaries for Ednion ton Telephones and Albert Government Telephones ser He said the boundaries vri be based on a 1963 agreemen which restricted Edmonto a cityowned sys to an area within the cit limits as they existed eigh years A dispute developed last yea when both companies attempt ed to serve customers in nei residential areas outside th 1963 This led to ar Alberta Supreme Court rulin that the 1063 agi cement is no City and provincial author ties met last but Mi Strom said none of the alter natives put forward by the cit could be OilCOMPETITION Russell minister mines and said recen increases in the price of Vene zuelan oil have made Alberl oil competitive in eastern Car But he said it is unlikely th Alberta crude will move into markets m Quebec or the At lantic The possibility that oil will be found off the shores of the i eastcoast mcskcs it unlikely that the petroleum industry wouid finance a pipeline from Alberta to he Facilities for handicapped persons mil he built into all new provincial government public minis ter Albert Ludwig told the Participating in the hvrlgct LudwiR spent mostj of flic time defending the bio logical building at the j University of the sub ject of a critical CBC pio gram for various shortcomings in construction including such things as sinks without tans and tips without Ludwig said the CBC program contained untrue statements and it is not for a million building to corain some construction Alf Hofke Moun tain House and Claicnce Copi theme PC BnnffCochrancO also participated in the de which was adjourned by Keith Evcritt Weather and road report NOON 4Q ABOVE ZERO AT SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET 39 33 Pincher Creek 40 Medicine Hat 41 33 Grande Prairie 31 36 41 47 42 Prince George 42 36 Vancouver Saskatoon Winnipeg Ottawa Montreal Johns Halifax Charlottetown L Pre 32 28 27 31 13 19 25 27 36 35 30 23 36 5 1 13 6 2 2 25 24 21 H New 40 26 Miami 65 Los Angeles 65 38 70 Las 54 30 48 37 43 48 Berlin 37 23 43 37 21 32 47 FORECAST Calgary To day and Thursday Winds W20 gusling to Lows Highs in the Medicine Hat Today and Thursday Winds Lows Highs Kootcnay To day Sunny clouding over with periods of wet snow until noon Thursday and then Highs both days near Lows tonight THE MODEL 190XT TURBOCHARGED DIESEL TRACTOR Features Easy Starting and Handling if Rapid Quick Response Top Quality Offers you Keep Going Performance for 5bottom plowing 20 Discing 12row Planting CONTACT GALE HARRIS DICK ORSTEN BERT ERICKSEN GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 3273165 BOX 1202 OFFICIAL AS AT A M TODAY COURTESV OF AMA Lelh1 Golden to Rcvclstokc received bridge are bare and dry from 1 to 4 inches of new snow All highways the Paris clashes is in good PAttlS fRmtrr Ahon 80 i with a cw police and an unknown number of from bath ends of th political speelmnt were injured today as the strerts of Pnris were turned into n battleground by vinous left and except for Highway 3 west where there is a section of packed snow near Crows Nest Highway Trans Calgary to Banff is bare and in good winter driv ing and has boon plowed and sand and Banff are in good driving Crcston to Salmo received 7 inches new and has been plouctl and ij i Motorists aie advised Banff to Golden I o Cp driving slippery condition and men and rquipninnl POHTS OF ENTRY Opening nnfl Rising Coiitts 24 hours Carway 9 to 6 p MST Del Romta 9 to 6 9 to G pm I 24 hours PorthillRykcrts n to Chief Mountain 8 to 5 ;