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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IFTHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Worth 15, 1971 News in brief Seeks Tory nomination CALGARY tCP) Alderman. Tom Priddlo, 44, announced Wednesday lie will seek t h o Progressive Conservative nom- ination lor tlie Calgary-Foot- liills constituency. Mr. a public rela- tions consultant and former vice-president of UK Calgary South Conservative Association, was elected to city council in 1969 and again in 1971. He is the first to announce he will seek the Conservative nom- ination in the Northwest Cal- gary constituency left vacant by the Feb. 23 deatli of Tele- phones Minister Lcn Worry in an accident. Alberta Liberal leader, Bob Russel, announced his candid- acy for the legislative sent earl- ier this month. No byeleclion date has been set. Terrorist attack kills 17 SAIGON (AP) A series of explosions ripped through a crowd of Buddhists at a reli- gious service before dawn today in the Mekong Delta, killing or wounding more than WO per- sons. It was the worst terrorist attack reported in the 47-doy- old ceasefire. The South Vietnamese mili- tary command said 17 persons were killed and 88 were wounded, but the deputy police chief of the province said there were 20 dead and 82 wounded. Most of the victims were Cambodians native to the re- gion, said Lt.-Col. Lc Trung Hien, chief spokesman for Un Saigon command. Both Hien and the deputy po lice chief blamed the attack on Communist terrorists. U.S. airmen released HONG KONG (CP) Cliina released two United States air- men today who had been held in jail for more than five years. The two men, Lt.-Cmdr. Rob ert Flynn and Maj. Pliili] Smith, were the last American detained in China. Boyle linked ivith murders Amin losing is control n Uganda KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) tako the final resident Idi Amin says, but East African sources re- ort increasing signs that min's word is no longer neces- arily law in Uganda. To these people, the dis- npearance of Foreign Minister fanume Kibcdi is evidence that min cannot control a contin- ing stuggle between educatec moderate Clements in the overnment and miliary tough men who know the use of ter or. According to this view, mair f the killings of Uganda's edu ted, Christian, black elititration. Mr. Hohol, who said he would irc-fer national arbitration, was o meet in Toronto today with Fern Guindon, his Ontario counterpart. The strike already had been declared illegal in Quebec and British Columbia, for different reasons. Ontario's move to impose ar- bitration is believed to be the iirst instance of intervention by :he province in the collective- bargaining process in recent years. The strike by members of the International Union o! Elevator Constructors began last Aug. 28 in Hamilton and spread across the country by Sept. 10. PROJECTS DELAYED Since the strike began, scores of construction projects have been held up and new apart- ment buildings have stooy wages of about a week, lave announced that one-day of- ficial strikes next Sunday and Thursday. Two of these have been held already. There were signs Wednesday, iiowever, that travellers' pa- tience was becoming exhausted, with one rail union official pro- testing that non-striking work- ers are being physically at- tacked by commuters. Manpower Minister Robert An- clras said the directive issued by his deputy minister, Jacques Desroches. last Friday was tha result of a misunderstanding. Issued to manpower staff, it ordered that UIC benefit recipients be given first chanca at available jobs. Mr. Andras said ha had tha impression the order would ap- ply only to jobs created by the Local Initiatives Program He said he would with- draw Ihe order if necessary. ABILITY TO DO JOB Opposition parties Monday charged it was a deliberate con- travention of ttie Unemploy- ment Insurance Act, which states that first priority for allo- cating a job is the candidate's ability to perform the job. NDP House leader Stanley Knowles (Winnipeg North Centre) accused Mr. Andras of insulting the House with appar- ent discrepancies in his state- ment. NDP Leader David Lewis said the minister should make a full statement in the House say- ing "where he was wrong and where the mistake was made." Mr. Andras said later he would make such a statement In the Commons today. The opposition's belligerent mood carried over into the de- bate on a government bill tliat would raise to million from million the EDC ceil- ing on loans and guarantees. The bill would also raise corporation's capital to million from million. The corporation makes loans to foreign countries and corpo- rations for the purchase of Ca- nadian goods and services. Weather and road report SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNSET Moscow Stockholm Tokyo Send 25c to N.W.M.P. Project, Hamilton Junior Lethbridge. High, McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD, Congratulate The Sludents of Hamilton Junior High on Ihe retracing of this trek of the N.W.M.P. McCREADY-fiAINES 614 3rd AVE. S. FREE DEUVERY tip ffo Tofe For Just With Special Cosmetic Purchase When you purchase Merle Norman's special "BeauJy on the Go" package of cosmetics, you gst everything you need for day-and-nighl complexion core. Plus you receive on Amelia Eorhart travel tote for onfy A value for only S37.25. A fabulous saving. Hurry, this offer is limited. The tote is available in rivocado, light blue, red and MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE Gifls Wigs Perfumes COUEGE MALL PHONE 318-1525 JS group that took over Vounded Knee 16 days 30 leclicme Hat 49 29 Lellihridgc Medicine Hat person will have one neal a Creek ___ ?S Edmonton 17 today: Mainly sunny. Winds W 20 25 and 10 Indian leader, Russell Means, said the need Prairie 42 23 anif no 22 near the mountains. Highs li-50. Lows 20-30. Fri- -y including insulin 42 30 Cloudy with snowflnr- is 52 35 near the mountains Banks said: "Tlie 43 34 mainly s u o n y. iy nt re and the conditions it's causing make us more iiined to fight it out. We're used to this. That's why we ttiink we'll George 37 26 .01 ry lor Terence Gibbs, 52, producer of dramas and special programs for CBC Radio. David Kilgour, 60, former president of Great-West Lile Assurance Co. Stacey Harris, 54, a character actor who played the part of Leslie Harrington on television's Return to Peyton Place, apparently of a heart at-f .33 25 'rcdericlon 44 in Ciicago 72 51 York 47 40 .09 Miami -xxs Angeles 71 50 Vegas 58 45 Phoenix 55 41 .12 Honolulu 82 73 Rome 50 39 Paris 50 34 London 48 of Continental Divide Partly cloudy through B'riday. A few snow showers extreme east early today. Warmer east today. Highs today 40 to 50. Lows tonight 20s except cast slopes Rockies. Highs Friday 45 to 60. West of Continental Divide A few snow showers mountains today. Widely scattered showers lals tonight and Friday. Monthey, Dr. Andre Repond, 87, Swiss 45 32 Amsterdam 39 30 today and Friday 40 to 50. Lows tonight 20s. and former the World Federation An Early Bird! Plan Glasgow. JIary Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, Requirements tl to __ _ r i3 between tlie ages of and 15 to a public school hil-ol" that the child is receivin instruction equal to or belts than that offered in in and get information on the most complete variety of mechanical mew a Quick Detachable Quick Dailio said the Typo- present their proof It convicted, they latest in Pivot ard. liable to a fine of a day for each day a child is not BERT ERICKSEN or CHARIES a publi Drake of Wlnlaw, one of the parents FARM the free school is HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1 a co-operative basis by sure fo sec our rlisploy ot NELSON, B.C. (CP) The Nelson school board plans prosecute the parents of 13 chil :lrcn attending a "freo school'1 in the Slocan Valley commun ity of Pass more. Glen Dailie, Eccretary-trens- urcr ot the hoard, said nesday the free school has no official sanction from lha hoard. He said the board dosn't know who is operting it or how Ecrool is financed. Mr. Dailie said a tion him to launch prosecutions against adults will bo presented at the tord's next meeting, March 25. Ho said the plans proceed Ho said It doesn't have a under a section of the Pvovin- permanent building and class- cial Public Schools Act that cs are conducted In private says parents miist send any homes. FOR SALE BAKERY in FERNIE, B.C. New Equipment Good localion lots of Parking. Gross Sales a year Apply to: MR. C. A. SCHAFFER, 287 Spokane Street, Kimberly, B.C. Phone 427-2131 after 6 p.m. OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OK AMA All highways in the I.cth-1 Jasper highways have also been bridge district are bare and dry i ploucd and sanded, however and in good winter driving con- j there are a few slippery sec- dilion. lions. Highway 1, Trans Canada' 75 per cent loading rcslric- Highway, Calgary through to'lion has been placed on High- Revelsfoko lias been plowed! way 01 from the east junction and sanded and is in good win- of Highway 36 to Foremost and ter driving condition. 1 mile ECiith of Foremost Banff-Radium and Banff- [o Monybsnics, PORTS OF ENTRY (Opwi.ng Mil Ciosuig Cou.U 24 hours; Carway 3 a.m. to 0 p.m.; Del Bonita 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Rooscville, B.C. 0 a.m. (o (i p.m.: Kingsgatc, B.C.; 24 hours; Porthill Rykcrls 8 to midnight; Chief Mountain closed; Wildborsc, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ;