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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID Frldny, March 17, Iv73---------------- OTTAWA (CP1 J'rimc Min- ister Tnideau onuosi- MI'.- in II'1-' Commons Thursday by appearing to rend ,T book while answering their questions. "A piece of dis-'su-awfii] beh.iv- New Democrat Leader David Ijewis snapped after Mr. Tnnleau did not lift his eyc-s from Uie book while replying to a qiK'stioii. Mr. Tnuleau uiis Icokiiig at n book, tick! in his lap, at the start of Uie regiihir question pe- riod. He continued to do so as George Hecs Ed- ward-Hastings 1 asked vi-l'.cthi'r Hie government will bring down a spriiie; budget and when it will s use OTTAWA (CP) The de- fence headquarters, emphasized fence department Thursday laul' in a statement to the Commons dnwn a set of guides de-fence committee ttiat the the use of the Canadian Armr-d principal business of the armed i forces will continue (o be na- tional security. "National development activl- Korccs for national dovelopmen1 Brig.-Gen. G. G. Bell, direc- tor-genera! of planning at do- South students visit legislature TliR Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON' Six southern A Iberians watched their elect- i fhursdayi ed representatives in action in tb? legislature Thursday. Ues Dick Gniemvald (SC Lelli- bridge West) introduced guests from Lethbridge as: I'lsie Schmidt and Alexandra Onvstchuk, bctli from Winston Churchill School and Greg t ies are second in importance and priority to the primary de- fence said the state- ment Tlic role of [he forces in de- velopment work was one of the i principal themes of the govern- ment white paper on defence in the 70s' published last year, i However, the notion was never ?ly elaborated in any depth urs day. inal development activl- .ild, where possible, en- hance force effectiveness ami must not degr ad e operationa 1 he said, As a genera! rule, except where the training value de-1 rived becomes an over-riding r, t oil uvvi-iiumg Kahovie from Catholic Central defence depart- High, accompanied by A. t- ment support (or development Palmer. Charlie Drain (SC Pinch- cr C r e e k-Crowsnestl intro- duced MLAs and government officials to Susan Dwyer of Limdbreck and Terry Arts of Blairmore. Members of the assembly thumped their desks to wel- come. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial MechaniIant if the federal department )f regional economic expansion turns down money. Dr. Post-secondary education aid supported by Commons OTTAWA (CP) Federal aid restricting the yearly increase to post-secondary education was to 15 per cent. given all-party support in the R. G. L. Fainveather (PC- Commons Thursday, in striking former New contrast to the report of the Brunswick attorney-general, al- joint Commons-Senate Commit- luded to what he said was evi- tee on the constitution tabled d e n c e that the government earlier. wants out of the grant program. MPs on both sides of tha White the constitution gave debate on a bill to (ne provinces over-riding power continue federal grants to edu- in education, he said the federal cation-stressed the need to re- government must continue to tain federal participation in the help set national goals and help education system, despite the meet them. primary responsibility of the provinces in that field. In its report, the joint com- mittee He opposed the suggestion sometimes made that the gov- ernment simply turn over more taxes to the provinces, to spend as they wish. Universities should recognize no provincial or even national boundaries, he said. Robert Kaplan Don Valley) expressed grave concern that some provinces are about to raise higher bar- riers to the free flow of stu- dents. llorner company planning to set up jroductlon in Alberta can ap- ily for financial lielp to Ihe provincial department of indus- try and commerce. "I don' jiink that we should discrim- inate against any company un- til all the lacts are in." On Wednesday the minister reply to questions in the legislature said the govern- ment is looking into the finan- cial security of North Ameri- can Integra ted Food Proces- sors Co. Ltd. Grant Notley Ms daughter and her friends about their school re- port cards. The witness said Bennett left tire house shortly alter 1 p.m. to go to the store for some glue. S'ne said he returned about 1 p.m. with a bottle of liquor and they had a drink. Mrs. Bennett said she asked her husband to return to the store for some bread and that he left the house again at aboirt p.m. at about 5 p.m. She Bennett again left the house, at about 7 p.m., to visit his sister-in-law io hoo- pital. He returned home at about 8 p.m. with his brother, Rcss Bennett, and the two men went downtown for a beer. Mrs. Bennett said her husband re- turned at about 11 p.m. She said two RC.VEP officers came to the door early the next day as part of a routine chock of the neighborhood involving the disappearance of the Por- ter bov. an application for Brians uor spenders EDMONTON (CP) Thirsty AHjcrlans poured more than million into provincial cof- fers in the last complete fiscal year, Hvj legislature was lold rhnrsday. Provincial Treasurer Gordon Miniely tabled the 47IH annual report of the Alberta Liquor Control Board showing net profits fj-om the sale of beer and liquor in the year ended March 31, 1971, were 238. This was an inu-ix-ase of over the previous year's net profit of The large increase was credited to liigher sales volume and a gen- eral increase in the price of beer which went into effect Jan. I, 1970. BIG PBOF1T The report showed there was a profit of on the sale of worth of li- quor and a profit of on the sale of worth of beer. Gross profit on the to- tal sale of worth of liqitor and beer was from which operating expenses of was deducted to arrive at the net profit. Beer drinkers were patriotic as well as thirsty. They quaffed gallons of Canadian beer, ale and stout compared with gallons of Import- ed stuff. Consumption of do- mestic beer, ale and stout in the previous year was 786 gallons while import eel goods consumed was gallons. Clumsiness cost the amount listed in the report as having been written off be- cause of breakage. As of March 31, 1971, tha Imard had 940 full-time em- ployees and 23 part-time. Governments suppressing rates >vage EDMONTON (CP) Work ers will have a tougher time negotiating wage Increases this year, Jim Murrie of Uie Cana- dian Union of Public Employ- ees said today. The federal and Alberta gov- ernment are trying to suppress wage rates, he told Hie Union's Alberta division convention. "Wages seem to be the only target which Mr. Tnideau and our Conservative government here in Edmonton are aiming to bring he said. "Everything else is being push- ed upward, including produc- tivity, prices, profits and un- employment." Mr. Murrie, CUPE's western regional director, said govern- ment policy to suppress wages can be seen in pay rales set for make work projects. "We welcome even1 effort of governments and private In- dustry to find and create ]obs for working people but we ob- ject when they tell us the wages paid will be an hour." Weather and road report SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET chance to produce !he required for the plant: that the company maintain a minimal research unit and thai it take- off the Alberta market all the hogs it signs contracts for. Tho minister said Fernando FORKCAST: Lcllibridge Calgary To- day Ma in ly sunny. Highs H I, Pro near 55. Gusty west winds Leflibridge .......62 31 this evening, Lows 30 35. Pincher Creek GO 45 Saturday: Sunny becoming Medicine Hat fifi SO cloudy by late afternoon. Edmonton 45 23 .05 Hiphs near Grande Prairio 4-1 'M .01 Medicine Main- Banff........... 49 32 ly sunny. Highs 50 -55. Lows 61 30 near 35. Saturday: Becoming 46 cloudy by late afternoon. Highs 33 .0? near RO. 34 .Oft I Columbia Koolonay Today: 37 Mainlv cloudv with InlermiL- Ricafort, a director of the com- Winnipe panv has been asked to work Toronto Victoria ..........58 Penticton Prince George Kamloops Vancouver ___ .Saskatoon Reg in a 61 51 55 out marketing details with the Alberta Hog Producers Market- ing Board. Dr. Bruce Jeffery, general manager of the marketing board said in an interview that Mr. Ricafort told him in a meeting here two weeks ago that the plant will be built in Alberta. Dr. Jeffery said the hog plant promoler said he plans to have the plant in operation by 1973. The plant is to go ahead whether it gels hogs through contracts with Alberta farmers or on the open market. Tabor was mentioned as the proposed site and Mr. Ricafort spoke of selling semi-finished meat and canned pork to Ja- pan arwi other foreign coun- tries, said tire marketing board official. Two stores damaged In {ire BLAIBMORE (CNP Bureau) About damage wns suffered to the huilding and stock of the House of Kerr and damage to the Catonio M. M. Store in a main street blaze here at 9 p.m. Thursday. Tho interior of the House of Kerr clothing store was swept by fire. The adjoining grocei-y store suffered extensive dam- age. Both buildings were owned by Tino Catonio and full insuranco Is carried. The fire is believed to have starled in the rear of the Hrnrse of Keer which is operated by John and Linda Kerr. Henderson Lee Assoc. Ltd. Appointment MR. A. W. LEE Mr. M. T. Moriority, Presi- dent of Morianty Henderson tee find Aiscx. Lid, wijhei To announce the appointment of Mr. A. W. Ice Secretary- Treasurer of the firm. Tho firm hai expanded iti io the tethbridge area lo include complete ar- chitectural, structural, muni- cipal, mechanical and electri- cal services. Mr. lee afso noled ihar the firm through its head office in Calgary pro- vides complete projerl man- agement services. Ottawa Montreal St. John's Halifax Frodfiricton Chicago New York Miami Los Angeles Las Vegas Phoenix Rome........ Paris London Berlin Airatcrclam Moscow Stockholm Tokyo 42 32 3il 21 35 32 W 32 39 36 43 SO 40 33 B9 45 43 79 74 31 9ft 66 68 fiG GG fV1 39 4B 30 59 40 .02 tent rain beginning in the after- .10 j noon. Extensive fog patches .Oft I this morning. Saturday: Over- with rain. Mild. Winds at times fresh southerly. Highs loday and Saturday 45 to 50 in the north and 50 to 55 in the south. Ixm-s tonight near 35. Montana East ol Ccmlincn- tal Divide Mostiy sunny 1o- day and Saturday. A little 'cool. er nortl'-east today. Continued warm west and south today and over the area Saturday. Highs today SOs northeast 60s west and south. tonight 30 (o 45. Highs Saturday COS. West of Continental Partly cloudy and mild today. Cloudy' with scattered showers and becoming cooler Saturday. Highs today 55 to ta. Lows to- night 33 to 45. Highs Saturday EDWARDS HEAVY-DUTY CULTIVATOR 33' Model C433 with rod weeder ottachment (optional] Big Rugged Cultivator for Large Powerful fracfcvs ConvcfMblo to 31, 35 or 37 feel Maximum Cloaronce for Heavy Trash Conditions One Hydraulic Cylinder is used for Deplh Controf cmd lifting to Transport Position Contact Kan Dickton for a demonstration GENERAL FARM SOPPOES Phone 328-1141 Lelhbriclge OFFICIAL AS OP A.M. TODAY COURTKSY OF AMA All highways in the bridge district are bare and dry and in good winter driv- ing condition. Highway I, Trans Canada Highway, Calgary to Golden is hare and dry. Golden fo Revel- stoke is closed. Banff Radium higlway, plowed and sanded with occa- sional slippery sections. ,T s p e r highway is open to the. Saskatchewan River crossing. Snow tires or chains are re- quired when travelling on any mour.lnin or ski-access rojxls. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Timcsj: Coults 24 hours; Carway 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Del Bonita 9 ,m, to 6 p.m.; Hoosevillc. B.C. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., 21 hours; Porthill Rykerls 8 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain closed, ffildhorse, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ;