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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE UtHSRIDGI HSRAID March 1971 Education gets priority EDMONTON CP The government plans to limit its municipal assistance fund to million this year so increas ed provincial revenues can be used for Fred Col minister of municipal said Colborne told the legisla ture he cannot subscribe to the oppositions view property tax should be used to bear the costs of services to property and ser vices to people should be pro vided from provincial reven I believe that industry and commercial enterprise in our province have an obligation and responsibility to help pro vide for the costs of To a large industry depends for its viability antt its future on the products of the education Colborne said municipal assistance grants now are being used to reduce the muni cipal portion of the property U probers return home EDMONTON CP A pro vincial committee investigat ing nonCanadian influence on Alberta postsecondary educa tion is back at home base to The sevenman head ed by Edmonton lawyer Arnold M o i took a verbal whipping at the University of Leth The committee was appoint ed by the Social Credit govern In Lethbridge it learned from university president Smith that M per cent of his faculty is 30 per cent American and 26 per cent from other More than half of the Am ericans on staff and almost all the other nonCanadians plan to become Canadian he Similar figures were quoted by A presi dent of the University of Cal The government announced Friday it is stepping into the mortgage field for low income families not covered by Central Mortgage and Housing and conventional Municipal Affairs Minister Fred Colborne told the legisla ture the Alberta Housing will provide mortgage money to families earning as little as a Although he did not say how much money would be avail he said outside the legis lature million from the Canada Pension Fund would be used at the Other funds would come from other lenders and pension funds and the total over the next five years could be The government introduced two bills Friday as part of a broad legislative plan to bring all energy resources under the same administrative frame The hydro and electric ener gy act would repeal the power commission act and dissolve the Alberta Power It would allow regulation of the electric power industry and hyrdoelectric power develop A proposed energy resources conservation which would be established by the energy resources conservation would enforce the regula The new board would recon stitute the oil and gas conserva tion with an increase in membership to five from Industry will be financially responsible for cleaning up any future oil spills in Premier Harry Strom announc Strom said the province has reached agreement on an oil spill contingency plan with the Canadian Petroleum Asso MILLION VANCOUVER CP Van couver will have population of million in the year 2000 but it will be Canadas third city in Thats the predic tion of Larry actin director of the University of Torontos centre for urban and community 1 Food leads advance pulp mill nil introduced AND Consul General Gunnar Lon presents diploma of membersh ip in the Royal Swedish Academy nf Music to Duke Ellington Friday at reception in the Swedish It is first time a popular musician has been named to the academy which Is restricted to only 50 non and includes the names of such foreigner at and Verdi Abducted girl released unharmed AP Sixyearold Amy Larson was reunited with her family Friday night after being abducted from her home in the morning and spending six hours bound up in the back of a van About all that she could say was that she was very comfort said Allen who said his daughter had been examined by doctors and was in fine Amy was abducted shortly be fore the bank her father man was A man had ptoned Larson and said Amy and her mother were being held as Earl agent in charge of the Seattle FBI said she was found bound and gagged in the truck in a super market parking lot in Juanita a few miles north of Both towns are Seattle LET MEN IN Two men went to the Larson home about Friday morn ing and were admitted by Amy while her Conine Lar was in another the ROTHMANS CALENDAR OF COMING EVENTS Hanninj a community Then reserte Rottaam Special Events Caravan The with its public titicss system and modem stajs facilities is available free of claw by milirfj to Promotion Rothmans of Fall Mall Canada 34K 3th Slit el South Calgary MARCH 13 Lethbridge Sappers Association social and dance at the sergeants mess at Kenyon Field All members and former engi neers Iron Springs Dance Club will have old time dancing at 8 Minus One Club dance in the Polish Hall starting at 8 Southminster Circle Square Dance Club regular Saturday dance in Southminster Hall at Visiting square dancers encouraged and Ladies bring a box Fort Macleod Old Time Dance Club regular Saturday dance in the elementary school 8 to Live music and MARCH 15 University of Lethbridge concert seines in Yates Memorial Centre at 8 MARCH 17 Beta Sigma Phi fashion show Yates Memorial Centre at each M 161 Lethbridge swine sale at Exhibition Pauhon The Rothmans Weekly Calendar of Events is a service that is provided free of charge to all nonprofit oganizations in the In order that your organizations events are listed on the send the necessary inform ation by mail please to HELEN The Lethbridge Herald MARCH 17 Gait School of Nursing Pub lic Lola Lange of Albertas only member of the commission Canadian Status of will discuss the status Public meeting starting at MARCH 1821 University of Lethbridge play A Man For All Yates Memorial Centre 8 each MARCH 2021 Lethbridge Science Fair at Lethbridge Exhibition MARCH 17 WhirlAWays will have square and round dancing in Augustines Parish Hall start ing at R All square dancers are wel Ladies bring a box MARCH 18 Quick Unit of McKUlop United Church Women will hold a rummage sale in the Iwxing room of the Civic Sports Centre from 7 to 9 S MARCH 20 Iron Springs Dance Club will have old time dancing starting at 8 MAY 19 Michaels Auxiliary will be holding a luncheon and spring fashion show at the nurses residence at 1 p The best tobacco money can buy King County public safety de partment They tied Larson up and police apparently tak ing the familys 1956 station wagon as well as a white van ruck the men were believed to have arrived A man telephoned Larson at he bank and told hinj his wife and daughter were being held as detectives and said a man would be in the mk shortly for the One described as 45 to 55 years entered the bank shortly after the phone call and took money from two tellers cages and a drivein A teller said was The station belonging to the was found a few olccks from the bank shortly after the Larsons wife was freed by police and officers said she apparently was un although she was de scribed as extremely No uncertainty on reasons for invoking WMA OTTAWA CP Prime Min ister Trudeau said Friday there is no uncertainty among Libera MPs or Canadians generally about the governments reasons for invoking the War Measures Act 16 to deal with terror ism in He was replying to Common questions by David MacDonal who asked how the government plans to clear up misunderstandings about the act and its Trudeau reiterated tha the government will bring in a replacement for the Public Order Act before April when that which replaced the War Measures Act 3 I OTTAWA CP Consumer prices moved ahead in Canada last month by the biggest mtrihly matgain since early rood and transportation price j inn eases led the general ad wiice in the consumer price to points from I iii The price jlunri on 100 points for 1961 1 was in BKEF PMCES UP Food prices went up by four fifth of one per cent last month because of higher charges for fruit and vege remained almost liiree per cent lower than jcar Higher prices for new cars i nut plus higher insur charges pushed the trans portation index ahead by 15 per cent to a point almost four per rent higher than 12 months Insurance charges also fig urud prominently in an advance nf llvreetenlhs of one per cenl in the housing A jump o Ileuim jv per cent In dwelling insur President Nvm I anceone of the biggest in a for a appioach to the ad peace as he oillumt in detail VlU1Ce of housing costs to a his quest for a gewnitinn Tmge per cent higher than a Nixon makes new call for peace lloL iicacc out Our purpuFC with freedorr sn nnp per cent becauseof sales may bo worth ptwv j for most categories of apparel with net peace may j was threefifths be worth kccpjiii peace wllh p cent ahead of Febru so liirJ may be He told partinting from the NIM offor Candi date School 1 c no illu sions about ililiicully of achieving fiat Among in pradua tion class trc presidents Dulil 17th in the After the1 iu the yearold John into his home las president drove to a came to Kerr he passed a of aboit home last year after being shu antiwar deiiuxiiiaLvii from one foster home to an Clothing costs fell by almos1 Bachelor father DETROIT AP The firs unmarried man in Michigan t artmpt a social studie teacher Allan Kerr has adopted a second He brought nine ing The demonstration was quiet and no incidents were Caught up in the love of father and a kennel full of lab rador he thrived TWO TRANSPLANTS Patrick of Kimbal is visited by his David at the University of Minnesota Hospital in Patrick has had two successful kidney Soccer results ENGLISH LEAGUE Division 1 Blackpool 1 Leeds 1 Coventry 1 Liverpool 0 Crystal P 0 Arsenal 2 Derby 0 Man City 0 Everton 2 Stoke 0 Huddersfield 0 Burnley 1 Ipswich 1 Newcastle 0 Man United 2 Notts F 0 Southampton 1 West Brom 0 Tottenham 2 Chelsea 1 Wolverhampton 2 West Ham 0 Division II Blackburn 1 Cardiff 1 Bolton 1 Millwall 1 Carlisle 1 Luton 0 Charlton 1 Middlesborough 0 Hull 0 Oxford 1 Orient 0 Birmingham 2 Queens 2 Sheffield U 2 Sheffield W 2 Norwich I Sundcrland 0 Porstmouth 0 Swindon 0 Leicester 1 Watford 0 Bristol C 3 Division IH Aston Villa 1 Halifax 1 Bradford C 1 Bun3 3 Gillinghani Bristol R 0 Trsnmire 1 Doncaster 2 WrcNham 1 1 Rothcrham 0 Mansfield 0 Torquay 0 Plymouth 1 Chesterfield I Port Vale 3 Reading I Rochdale 1 2 Shrewsbury 1 Walssll 1 IV 0 York 1 Clicster 2 Snmthorpe 0 Crowe 3 Northampton 0 Dnrlineton 1 PrtPrlxirougll 0 Kvotor 4 Borrow 2 Inmsby I Brentford 5 2 Bournemouth 1 Lincoln 2 Olrtham 1 Notts C 3 SoutiDort 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Ayr 1 Dundee U 0 Clyde 1 Aberdeen 2 Cowdenbeath 1 Celtic 5 Dundee 1 Hibernian 0 Hearts 1 Mirren 0 Morion 1 Airdrieonians 4 Motherwell 1 Falkirk 1 Rangers 2 Dunfermline 0 St Johnslone 2 Kilmarnock 3 Division II Albion 2 Queens Pk 1 Berwick 0 Brechin 0 Dumbarton 2 Queen of S 1 E SI irlmg 2 Hamilton 1 Forfar 8 Alloa 1 Raith 0 Partick 2 Stcnhousetnuir 0 Arhroath 2 Stirling 1 East Fife 1 Stranraer 3 Clydebank 0 IRISH CUP Semifinals Colerain 1 Distillery 1 Deny City 1 Linfield 0 IRISH LEAGUE i Portadown 0 Glenioran 2 I chairman of the REGINA CP A long vaited bill that would allow e Saskatchewan government contract for a ulp mill mih a New York firm as introduced in the legisla ure To be built on Dore Lake In Millcentral the thabasca Forest Industries ill would produce about ns of pulp said Provin al Treasurer It would be built by Parsons nd Whittemore of New ork and would be the firms second mill in the The built it Prince Albert aarly five years ago for 700 tons pulp The first sec ond mill was planned came rom Premier Ross Thatcher uring a visit to New York 11 months ago and Fridays formal itroduction by Steuart is lowed by some as a spring board to a provincial general lection this Construction would provide an estimated badlyneeded obs in the province and mil on in wages during the build ng stage each year until com leted sometime In BE APPROVED Thatcher said no agree lents will be signed until the ill has been approved by the egislature unless there are some mavericks on the Liberal overnments side of the house vhich has 34 of 59 the bill rill be The New Democratic Party has the other 15 Tha new mill could cost up to million when all side prod icts such 8s railway lines atk lighways are taken toto ac Under the proposed agree ment for the Dore Lake Mil arsons and Whittemore will put up million of the re luired million in equity can tal for a 70 per cent Th rovince will put np the othe million for a 30percen the same as It has In tin rince Albert The government slso proposes j guarantee longterm loans of 107 million in return for a first mortgage and a fee of nal lion from Parsons and Three factors affect the entire proposal The still unreceived ipproval of a federal ncentives grant completion of an agreement for a railway line o the mill site from Meadow 80 miles to the south and imber rights on the Cold Lake ederal air weaponstesting which straddles the Al berta Athabasca Forest Industries would obtain a 30year forest management licence covering necessary timber acreage and he government could reserve rights within the area for public jurposes such as townsites or White convict stabbed fatally SAN AP A white convict at San Quen tin state prison has been stabbed fatally despite a gen eral lockup of more than prisoners prompted by a ra cially connected outbreak of The victim was a kitchen one of 18 men in his cell block exempted from a gen oral lockup imposed Tuesday after five stabbings within 24 William serv ing a term for robbery and bur died Thursday 90 minutes after he was wounded In ehest and Five hours after Hansons death three more convicts were none in a brawl as they returned from Weather and road report ABOVE ZERO AT SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET Lethbridge 47 Medicine Hat 50 Pincher Creek 44 Calgary 46 Edmonton Peace River Prince George Vancouver Saskatoon Moose Jaw North Bay Eegina Winnipeg Toronto L Pre 30 31 28 29 12 12 27 33 16 38 31 34 12 32 19 Ottawa 34 Montreal 31 Quebec 34 John Halifax Fredericton Cbarlottetown New York 48 Los 60 61 Las San Francisco San Diego Paris London Amsterdam 37 53 71 35 53 57 49 G4 53 32 Gl 39 52 43 54 18 34 32 41 36 48 23 48 FORECASTS Medicine Hat Sunny today and brisk westerly highs near 45 both lows to nigllt Columbia To day Cloudy with sunny pe Sunday snow occasionally mixed with rain in the Highs today and 35 to 45 lows to night near 20percent hike won CALGARY CP Contra tors and electrical wor ers in the city have agreed a twoyear contract which prc vides for a 20percent boost wages and a 35hour wo The with Local of the International Brother hood of Electrical is the first of eight major agree ments to be reached this year in the local construction indus Journeyman electrical work who now receive an will get an additional 45 cents an hour when the con tract becomes effective April another 35 cents April and a final 30 cents The 35hour the first In local construction knocks five hours off the pres ent week and becomes effec tive NOW IS THE TIME TO AND BUY A NEW AllisChalmers Tractor FOR THE COMING SPRING OPERATIONS Model 170 Powered for the man whos moving up Model 180 With oil Go you need Model 220 Tho Landhondler for big performanci and reliability ON DISPLAY IN OUR SHOWROOM GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Couth Highway Phone 3273165 Box 1202 OFFICIAL AS AT 300 TODAY COURTESV OF A MA Mr piracy charge brings not guilty plea AP Chapin S Iatcrson pleaded not guilty Friday to federal charges of air kidnapping and a related charge in the hijacking of a Seattle bound plane to I S district court Judge Wil liam Lindbcrg set May 10 as Patersons trial Jeffrey Stcinboru and David Shel Sealtle requested the trial Pre trial mo tions are scheduled for April a 19 year old army draftee from Shingle is charged wSh pi clouding he had an explosive device and ordering the planes crew to fly to Vancouver Golden to Revelstoke received from 1 to 4 inches of new snow and has been plowed and sand ed and Banff Kadium highways are in good driving Creston to Salmo received 7 inches new antl has been plowed and Motorists are advised to watch for black fallen nrd men and cquipTient All highways In the Leth bridge area are bare and dry cxfept 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 Banff to Golden is in good driving condition with a few slippery PORTS Of ENTRY Oprnlng and ClusmK Coutts 24 hours Canvay 9 to 6 Del Bonila 9 to 6pm 9 to 6 24 hours PorthillRykerts 8 to Chief Mountain 8 to 5 ;