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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta CLEAR HIGH FORECAST SATURDAY The Lcthbridge Herald LXIV 83 1971 PRICK XOT OVER 10 CENTS TWO SECTIONS 2S Doctor has recipe for healthy heart By PAT ROMANO BOSTON Reuier World famous heart special ist Paul Dudley who has resumed work only weeks after suffering a mild cardiac gives this recipe for a healthy heart Keep active all through dont gain a pound in weight after and dont who treated the late President Eisen also stressed the importance of getting to hos pital as quickly as possible after an before the heart muscles suffer permanent who lives in believes one of the main reasons why he recovered so quickly from his attack in December is that he telephoned for a doctor immediately and was in a hospital coronary care unit within an He believes more attention should be focussed on fighting heart rather than on The big priority is to prevent the he Despite his heart White dispelled re ports that he now must sharply curtail his physical for resignation Opposition MLA claims Henderson ruSes JAMES HENDERSON information dont rim He commented Ive been behaving probably a little I work eight hours a day in my instead of and I dont I ski Ill ski very this year He still rides a Too many he rely too heavily on motor even when they have to go to the corner grocery He advocates more walking and suggests people park their cars farther away from their offices so they can walk Youve got to fit exercise into your daily he Walk up the unless there are too many instead of taking the Turning to cigarette White cautioned Tobacco is We know that it can cause cancer of the Noting that the lung is part of the White pointed out that smoking also gives rise to carbon and that displaces A person who already has a little heart disease needs all the oxygen he can To be White does not help keep a human heart Advising keep ing the weight down and no White added Then it doesnt matter how hard you Hard work never killed a healthy man Police search HUGH HORNER creates furore By RICHARD BRONSTEIN Special to The Herald EDMONTON Hugh Horner PC Lac Anne called Thursday for the resig nation of Health Minister James Henderson for breach of his oalh of office by disclosing information from private gov ernment files on a northern Al berta trapper without the mans The furore created in the legislature around Hen dersons action w a s finally cooled by Premier Harry who conceded the se riousness of the charges and said he would make a state ment today on the Opposition Leader Peter Lougheed said using confiden tial information against an in dividual constitutes a dis graceful effort to discredit a At issue was a report tabled in the house Tuesday which contained some medical and welfare information on Noel Workers hold oneday protest LONDON Reuter More than one million British workers returned to work today after a oneday protest strike against government plans to reform in dustrial they will not be called out Vuule manufacturing auto factories and shipyards re mained silent and unproductive the Trades Union the governing body of British voted against political stoppages as a weapon against the Industrial Relations The turnout disappointed union who had talked in for missing Walkout freight trains LA API Government investigators sifted the records of a tiny Illinois railway and an even smaller mystery company today in an attempt to find out how moro than million worth of Penn Central freight cars disappeared A attorney said the cars apparently were Joseph general manager of the La Salle and Bureau County freightonly line with a mere 15 miles of the disappear ance a ternble Attorney Louis Bechtle of Philadelphia re ported Thursday that 277 Penn Central Railroad cars vanished since early 1970 after being diverted on to the La Salle He said the cars apparently were stolen in switching I really dont know what said 1 really cant say any Office employees of the little rail line in north central Illinois said the cais supposedly were Uie property of a mystery company which painted on new identifvmg marks and leased them to other FBI agents seized the recoids of the La Salle line and of Magna Earth which rent ed a onerooir office and some shop space from the An FBI spokesman siad 27 cars with Penn Cen tral markings painted over had been found in La Salles The Federal Task Force on Organized Crime has joined the investigation and a rail source said There is more there than meets the eye Richard Spriggs of the task force refused to specu late on Hie possible implication of organized hut said work will have to be done in other areas of the coiinirv o determine whether similar situa tions exist elsewhere Rechtlc said a federal grand jury in where Hie Penn Central has would be gin looking into the case Wednesday and would call in records from olher tans Bechtle did not identify the other One of the sketchy elements is a firm known as Diversified mentioned in court documents filed the FBI obtained search warrants o in spect he La Salle railroad A Joseph not otherwise vas nnmed as i director jf Diversified in Ihe court An informant said mail from Magna Earth fre quently was sent to a Joseph Bonnano in an un named city in Ntv The general manager of Magna Anthony recently moved to Ihe La Salle area from His wife said he was in New Jersey rcnlnrmr MitiKWie Iline no official explanation of how a freight cor can disappear or be staged by teachers CP The teachers went on strike in Brit ish Columbia today and half a million school children got a oneday break from the class room plus the springtime bonus of a long Schools remained the oneday walk out began but the teachers were the The a provincewide was called by the B Teachers Federation to protest what it terms glaring inadequa cies in the Social Credit govern ments pension plan for retired The federations campaign called for local associations to hold rallies to debate regional issues and to solicit public sup port for the reasons behind the Effectiveness of the walkout wont be known until the school day is Varying plans of action were announced in ad vance by school trustees and by terms of two to three million and when the TUC de cision was leaders of the two largest striking un Amalgamated Engi neers and the Transport and General they wod abandon strike action from now The unions also decided to continue their policy of nonco operation and persuasion in the struggle against the Conserva tive party governments Throughout the build up to Thursdays Conservative leaders remained firm in their determination to see the bill through In a speech in Prime Minister Edward Heath denied allegations that his bill was designed to bludgeon the trade He said union leaders should take another look at the bill and consider how they coud use it for their own One mans strike call be comes anothers redundancy no he Opposition Leader Harold Wil son also condemned the reaffirming his Labor partys belief that it would do no good for the unions or for Seen and heard About town TWENTY university girls thwarting a male attempt to infiltrate for women only meeting with libera tiomst Jeannic McGuire by moving into the womens locker at the U of L Rhonda King requesting thai an interview be short lie cause I got all talked out Debbie Pace asking to leave her job early to attend a wedding and Kraemer wanting to know if it was Blast rocks Ford company offices LONDON AP An explo sion rocked the Ford Motor administrativ e offices on he outskirts of London early today and first rcpuits said a group of terrorists calling them selves The Angry Brigade claimed The occuned when the headquarters was v i r t u a 11 y empty of personnel A woman telephoned the Pi ess said she was a member of the Brigade and added We have just got Fords and we will do the rest Whether this had any connec tion with the sevenweek in Fouls lit plants in Previous Bngadc attacks wera avowedly against capitalist a n d government property Scotland Yards Special Branch for National Secunty believes the group consists of diehard anarchists at the surrounded by a bunch of nor mally harmless The explosion blew in the basement door and smashed windows Nobody The offices aie in miles from the huge Ford Dagenham plagued by labor unrest for jears and now shut down by the called to win higher wages that the men claim would give them parity with the scales of olher hi British automobile factories It has cos Foul and npwaids of million a 65yearold resident of Fort McKay asked the gov ernment 16 in a private citizens presented to the legislature by the to take action in overcoming some of the alleged adverse ef fects of the Bennett D a m in British which McKay claimed was harming the trapping and fish ing in the Athabasca In attempting to refute McKays the health minister had tabled informa tion showing that since being in the Aberhart Sanitarium in the Fcrt Chip resident had received welfare assis tance and had declared no in dining this period from HISTORIC RIGHT Lougheed argued that the a rarely used par liamentary was a his toric right of a citizen in pre senting his case to the govern To disclose a personal con fidential welfare assistance statement of a petitioner with out his consent is a discredit to the entire Social Credit cabi net and a threat to individual rights in Loug heed Henderson replied that the Tory leader had to take responsibility for his actions in the assembly and that the facts speak for Homer described as ma licious and reprehensible the ministers disclosure of confi dential welfare and medical files on an individual who had petitioned the government for If the minister requires this kind of tactic to defend his gov ernments he has no right to sit in this he If this thing happened in any other democracy or any other parliament the min ister would have to who raised the said in a news con ference later that he would be satisfied with an apology and a retraction by the health minis NO APOLOGY Moments Henderson flatly stated he would not saying he had simply fulfilled his respon sibility as health I have absolutely no hesita tion in letting the legislature judge the propriety of Lougheeds actions and my ac he said of a Tory mo tion to refer the matter to the standing committee on priv ileges and Shortly after speaking to re Henderson left to meet in private with Premier Henderson said he was quite prepared to stand behind his He accused Lougheed of deliberately at tempting lo mislead the Houf with a petition that contained improper and impertinent in formation FIRED UPAND DOWNFOR BETTER CONDITIONSUniformed firemen from oil over France stage a sitdown in front of the finance ministry in Paris Thursday in a demon stration for better working No urgent need to replace public order lawTrudeau OTTAWA CP The govern ment may soon refer to the Commons justice committee the touchy question of how to deal with future threats of organized Both Prime Minister Trudeau and Justice Minister Turner in dicated Thursday the govern ment feels no urgent need for immediate legislation to replace the Public Order Temporary Measures which lapses April The public order law could be extended beyond April 30 but Prime Minister Trudeau said in an interview he doesnt antici pate disturbances in Quebec fol lowing the expiry He reiterated that the law could be repealed before April 30 if the Quebec government It In another Turner said some parliamen tary action will be initiated within the next two weeks but it Mexico expels Soviet envoys MEXICO CITY Reuter Mexico has ordered the expul sion of five Soviet in cluding the charge and withdrawn its ambassador from Moscow in a move linked to the arrest of Sovieteducated Mexican Charge dAffaires Dmitri Dia konov and four other Soviet dip lomats were told to leave the country in the shortest possible time and Mexican Ambassador Carlos Xapata Vela was re called until further the foreign ministry said Thurs day file expulsion was an appar ent retaliation for alleged Soviet complicity in the training of Britain bolsters forces in Ulster young Mexicans in guerrilla and terrorist tactics in North Korea The arrest of 19 alleged guer rillas announced here Mon Many of them had been students at Moscows Patrice Lumumba Friendship Univer sity for young people from de veloping TRAINED IN KOREA Mexican authorities said some of them trained at a military camp near Pyongyang in North Korea and the Russians had al lowed them to travel there across Soviet The other four Russians or dered to leave are First Secre taries Boris Voskobomikov and Boris Kolomyakow and Second Secretaries Oleg Nechiprenko and Alexander wouldnt necessarily mean new It might be a motion to refer ih to the justice com which presumably would hold public then make recommendations to Par MPs WILL GET LOOK at a justice commit tee Turner prom ised members they would have ample opportunity to scrutinize whatever action is Etdon Woolliams Calgary the Conservative justice said his party would fight any attempt to extend the pub lic order law or replace it with new permanent Woolliams said Conserva tives feel the Criminal Code is ample to deal with the kind of violence that occurred in Mont real last Emergency regulations were invoked under the War Mea sures Act 16 after terrorists kidnapped James Cross and Pierre Laporte and made a se ries of ransom demands and threats of further The public order law came into effect 4 to supplant the War Measures Act regula BELFAST CP The politi cal future of Northern Irelands prime James Chiches kokcd bleak today after his announcement of new moves against Irish Republican Aimv terrorism failed to satisfy his ChichcstcrCIark told the Uls ter Parliament at Stormont in Belfast Thursday that British troop strength in the country would be raised by sol dieis to This figure was far lielow the number demanded by righl ing member of Ihe Parha Sources said the prime minis ter himself was bitterly disap pointed with the support he had received from British leaders in Westminster and was on the brink of announcing his resigna One cabinet minister was In aid h mnaiK after the pre miers He have to But a special cabinet meet ing Thursday night urged Chl chesterClark to stay in OF CIVIL WAR Labor Opposition Leader Gerry Fill warned of civil war if he resigned Ian militant Protestant demanded Ihe prune ministers resigna Brilish government reluctance to bow to extreme Protestant demands for repression was seen by many observers as the explanation for Ilic unexpccl fdly low troop reinforcements sanctioneI The spate of violence and ter rorism w Inch last week included the death of three young British soldiers has not been repealed in recent The British army cordoned the entire citv of Belfast today in a search for terrorist weap All vehicles enteiing ing Hie capital clucked and many of them nomination EDMONTON CP Lawyer Saul Estrin of Edmonton was nominated by the Liberal party o contest Edmonton Glenora in Ihe next provincial general He is the Liberals fourth Jazz king hospitalized NEW YORK Reuier Lows the gravel voiced king of the jazz was resting comfortably in Beth Israel Hospital here today under treatment for a cardiac irregu The 70yearold Satchmp was responding lo treatment in Ihe intensive care unit oft he hospi where he was admitted Monday his doctor Golda on Nixon on Heath on and an obscene on 41 Medicine Hat man killed in car accident MEDICINE HAT Loins of Medicine Hat was pronounced dead on arri val at Medicine Hat Municipal Hospital ihursnav mgni 101 Jovnng a single cai accident one mile east of Medicine Hat on Highway 41A RCMP officials report the vehicle driven bv Mr Scherger left the highway and came to rest in a ditch Both Sehcrger and his wife a weie thrown from the Rcherpor is repoiied in erlis factory condition in Medicine Hat Municipal Hospital toroncr G Skinner said no inquest would be ;