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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta S TH! IETHBRID6J HERALD Wcdnndny, Mimh 11, 1971 Gruemcald ivarns against standardize school design Tiit- iu-riiUi Ti-ustei's Assxxuation Tues- r.cRisllaliirc Iluronil day. KDMONTO.M 'Real prob- School boards, department ot Jems' would [ace an Alberta education officials others government attempt to stan-; involved in school construction school desiim, a former] would be unable to agree on president of the Alberta School! one design [or all schools said OOPS Pat Nixon reaches out to steady herself on President Nixon's arm after she tripped while walking down the stairs of Ihe White House Tuesday night. Presi- dent and Mrs. Nixon hosted a black-tie dinner for Turk- ish Primo Minister Nihot Erim and Mrs. Erim. (AP Government lias 110 plans to change name of RCMP EDMONTON (CP) Solic-1 Mounted Police is an Institu ifor-General Jean-Pierre Goyer tion, a symbol which belongs t' said Tuesday the federal gov-1 all Canadians regardless o ernmeni has no plans to either j their ethnic origin or thci change the duties, functions or tongue." Dame of the Royal Canadian j Mr. Goyer said the decision Mounted Police. j to change the sign displayed on "There is no basis In fact for j some sub-division buildings of the RCMP was approved in Dick Gruenwam, uie MLA for Lctlibridge West. The Social Credit MLA told the legislative tliat standardi- zation of school design 'will not accomplish in savings nearly as much as many pec-pie think.' OPPOSES MOTION Mr. Gnienwald spoke in op- position lo a motion by Bill 'urdy Plain 'that the government of Alberta give Consideration to establishing rocedures that will result in j r e a t e r standardization of scliool design and bulk purchas- ng of sctiool building materials o reduce construction and op- erating costs.' He said the school districts In Alberta have enough power on heir to affect savings through bulk buying. There arc oo many differentials loca- ion, exposure, terrain to make one set of plans prac- ical for nil school constructiou, ic added. Mr. Gruenwald forecast iviistc resulting from a large central purchasing departmcnl Reeling it IKS to buy materials iust because the price fa low The most effective buying is DV the consumer himself, as di rectly as possible, and by driv ing as hard a bargain ns h' can.' He also opposed the Impliec decrease in fees that would be paid to architects since one se of plans would be used ove: and over again. 'I'm not sun tho savings for the whole prov mce should be carved out o the pockets of a he 6aid MAKES SUGGESTION Instead of standardizing school design, school author ties .should make better use o the space inside current schoo designs, he said. One area tha could save taxpayers thousand of doDars a year would be standard set ot fire and safet; regulations. Mr. Grueuwald said sma! but expensive changes in schoo construction must be mad every time a municipality in troduces a change ic regula lions. A standard set of fire safety regulations should be es tablished by the provincial gov eminent to do away with var ions local regulations, he said, LITTLE SISTER CITV SEATTLE (AP) Scattl has accepted Dawson, Y.T., a its little sister city in a cere- mony here. the suggestion that the name of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is to be changed in any he told club. a city service "I repeat what I have al- ready said in the House of Com- mons: The Royal Canadian principle in 1969 by the com- missioner of the force when George Mcllraith was solicitor- general. The signs were first Installed in 1969 in New Brunswick and public option was favorable, he said. Tlie final design was ap- proved by the commissioner in 1970 and installation of the new sign began En June 1971. ''It was an administrative de- cision and required no min- isterial ratification." The sign now is used in Ed- monton, Saskatoon, Yellow- knife and Frobisher Bay, N.W.T., Peace River, B.C. and Quebec City. Woman sought in prison CINCINNATI (AP) The Hamilton County sheriff's office is searching for a woman police say supplied the gun that pris- oners of the Hamilton County jail used to break out Monday night. Sheriff Dan Tehan declined to name the woman, but said she was an acquaintance of one of three prisoners who planned the escape. Nine of the 24 convicts who escaped have been recaptured, leaving 15, two of them accused of murder, at large. The sheriff said David Bell of Dayton, Ohio, lowered a bed- THE WONDER OF IT All Anrfy Magutch's eyes are wide with wonder as Michael Counseil (righf) points out one of the exhibits at ihe Ontario Science Centre in Toronto Tuesday. Andy is one of 10 Ojibway children from a villago near lanscfowne House, 200 north of Laka Nipigon, who are visiting Toronto. {CP Wirephoto) 'Early bird' draws made ii sweepstakes EDMONTON Four Ibertans and two British Co- umbia residents won t h e ajor prizes Tuesday in two early bird" draws in the Ca- adian Derby Sweepstako. Debra Lynn Maygard of Ed- icnton and Eleanor Evans o( urrey, B.C., each won rst prizes in the separate raws. Second prizes ol each vent to A. J. Holyoake and G. Gnllo, both of Calgary, nd third prizes of each went to George Etreeper o! Nelson, B.C. and K. Kelly f Edmonton. There also were 12 consols- ion prizes of each. First prize for the holder o( he winning ticket on the Aug. 2 derby is worth Total prize money Is Another early bird draw is scheduled April 18. presidential nomination bid CHICAGO (AP) Senator Edmund S. Muskie, claiming in victory that he'll keep winning now. held a big lead over Sena- tor George McGovern today as the ballots were counted in their contest for Illinois delegate votes for the Democratic presi- dential nomination. Book blames China plot in Ireland LOS'DON' f AP) One of Lon- don's leading publishers put out R book here that claims Chinese Communists are behind much of the terrorism in North- ern Ireland. The publishing house said the book, The Subvcrters of Liberty, was written by a former high- ranking Czechoslovak diplomat who defected to the West. The book says Chinese sub-1 version in Ulster is part of a j master plan by Peking and I iust the ratio of Instructional School hoards given freedom on space ratio EDMONTON (CP) Public and separate school boards in and Edmonton have ;n the freedom to ad- Moscow to bring dowii the West. The a u t h o r, whose Czech name was kept secret, wi'.s identified by publisher W. H. Allen and Co. under his as- sumed name of J. Bernard Hut- ton. They said he was once a member of the Communist party's central com- mittce nnd now lives outside I-ondoii. In the book he reproduced what he said was a directive last August from Peking's spe- cial division for subversion to its agents in Northern Ireland. space to non instructional space, the government said to- day. minister OTTAWA (CP) They paid tribute to George McHraiih Tuesday night and for the first lime in his life the durable poli- tician appeared lost for words, j "I can't express it in any other way except I thank said the 63-year-old former fed- eral cabinet minister, as nearly of his friends stood to ciieer. For a man who has al- ways blanketed his thoughts under the weight of words, his speech was a mere postscript. After representing the Ottawa constituency since 1940, the popular politician is calling it a won't run in the next his sup- porters and friends threw this Tuesday night bash to give him a good send off. Prime Minister Trudeau was there, and so were pensioners." There were ambassadors, page boys and neighbors. There were political friends, and political GEORGE McILKAITI! lost for words Muskie easily outdistanced Eugene McCarthy to win as ex- acted Tuesday in an Illinois preference p r i- nary, polling 03 per cent of the rate. A slow count of the in he delegate selection contests, '.-here Muskie also was favored, eft in doubt the final lineup in the Illinois delegation, But it vas clear the Maine senator would emerge with a substantial margin over McGovern. With 64 per cent of tlie voting districts counted, dele- ates committed to vote for Mu- skie1 s nomination led for 58 con- vention seats, McGovern entries for 15. Birt there were more imcom- mitted delegates, 87, than the :wo campaigners could claim jelween them, BAD DAY FOH DAM5Y And that was about the only iing that went right Tuesday for Chicago Mayor Richard .1. who will lead the uncom- mitted bloc when (he Democrats convene July 30 in Miami Beach, Fla. Daley's Chicago Democratic organization was jolted wlien two insurgents beat his chosen candidates to win nominations for governor and state's attor- ney. In the presidential preference vote, with 82 per cent of the vote counted, the breakdown showed: Muskie votes, It instructs Chinese agents to Intensify bombing and sniping sabotage and to make them look like the work of the Irish Re- public Army, The book claims that three gv.errilb training camps were fx-t up by the Chinese m the Irish Republic and recruits j were smuggled in from North- j ern Ireland for tha training. i opponents. DIEF PAYS TRIBUTE Mr. Mcllraith. who spent fne boards are no longer re- mnnv uncomfortable hours look- quired to conform to room- j barrel cf John size specifications in planning Dielenbakcr's accusing finger, construction of new schools so ,-dax during ,no tributes long as the over all plans are within tlie authorised age. Education Minister Loll Hynclman announced tlie new arrangement between Alberta's four largest school systems and the department's school buildings branch. "This new the mini- ster said, "is more In keeping with the philosophy of larger school districts lo enlarge cer- tain areas such as libraries be- yond current specifications. "They may now do this with' as the foriner Conservative prime minister put his hands on his chortling and toasted the only other serv- ing survivor ci "the class of '40." he said, "I don't know how I am going to get along there alone." It was one of the few predom- inantly Liberal gatherings that Mr. Diefcnbaker has addressed in many years. "My fellow Ca- nadians he began. Mr. Mcllraith, knov.n affec- tionately as Captain or 63 per cent ond McCarthy votes or 37 per cent. "We're going to keep on win ning, tiirough al! the primaries through the Democratic na tional convention and across th entire nation next said Muskie. "This is the mcs sage that the people of Tllinoi have just sent across the na tion." The Maine senator got off to flatering campaign start, with 4fi.4-per-cent victory shotting i the New Hampshire primarj and a battering in Florida where ho ran fourth and go only nine per cent of the vote. CLAIMS CLEAR WIN Muskie said Illinois gave him sheet from a sixth-storey win- dow in the jail. The woman al a vindow below on the fifth floor, ied a .22-calibre revolver to it and Bell pulled it up. Tiie gun was passed to trusty William Butts, 26, who took pos- session of the joil office and ar- senal. The escapees took nearly in other prisoner's money 'roni a safe before leaving, Chief Deputy Harry Culler said. Arthur Thomas Tarpley, 23, e first prisoner recaptured, went free on five years proba- ion for burglary Tuesday after Judge Gilbert Bettman of Ham- Iton County common pleas court was told Tarpley had been 'co-operative" in telling them details of the escape. H e claimed he was threatened with death by the other prisoners il he did not help them escape. An FBI agent shot and badly wounded one escapee during a raid on a housing project in four prisoners were caught. Robert Gibbs, 28, wanted for second-degree mur- der, was shot through the ribs when he trie 1 lo disarm a police detective. His condition was se- rious. Greeks jailed ATHENS (Renter) Ath- ens court martial sentenced nine Greeks Tuesday to prison terms ranging from 15 mmths to eight years on charges of ille- gal possession and use of explo- sives. Sentenced to eight years was loannis Korcnaios, 53, a lawyer arrested after ha ex- ploded, a bomb near the prime minister's office as Premier George Papadopoiilos was con- ferring with visiting U.S. De- fence Secretary Melvin Laird in 1870. Weather and road report SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET II L Pre T.clhhrldge Pinchcr Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff........ Calgary Victoria Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Saskatoon Regina 55 55 41 35 ......46 46 45 45 50 51 39 .14 .14 46 29 Montreal St. John's clear cut victory." I It puts a win on the Jluskie I Charlottetown record to carry inlo th? pivotal Wisconsin primary April 4. All the Democratic contenders are entered there, in a 12-way race. fn state races in Illinois, Dan- iel .1. Walker edged Lt.-Gov. Frcdericton Chicago New York Paul Simon. Daley's candidate, to win the Democratic nomina- tion for governor. He will lace Republican Gov. Richard B. Ogilvie in November. Scale's AUornr-y Edward V. Hanrahan. flumped by the Daley organisation because of his indictment in connection with a police in which two Black Panther were killed, won rcnomination any- Winnipeg .........35 20 Toronto......... 37 32 Ottawa............31 27 33 28 27 18 ..31 15 23 10 32 12 83 38 55 40 Miami..........7fi 73 66 53 B7 61 00 60 64 43 67 50 ..61 45 52 37 63 35 iM 37 57 38 .13 Los Angeles Las Vegas Phoenix ___ Rome dozens of others. Mr. Pearson had once said Mr. Mcllraith has 'ha I something to do with ev- erything that has happened around here." DEDICATION PRAISED Mr. Trudcau said lie knew of no man who has had a more boundless dedication to life. And during the October cri- sis of imi, when Mr. Mcllraith was in his cabinet, "I know of no man I would have preferred to see at that time ns solicitor- general in charge of the HCMP." out being penalized in provin- reserve army rank he held dur cial support so long as they j ing the Second World make up the space in other obviously moved when his old areas i The School Act specifics that _ systems of more than There was no independent sturtenta may be permitted confirmation of (he defector s (icddc their own planning charges. The book also contends to I tails. Only the Calgary and Ed- that monton systems have enrol- Chinese and Russian subversion me nts exceeding that number. is responsible for the West's For all ether jurisdictions, nthcr ills, including hi- building plans still must he ap- proved by the school buildings branch. jnckings, strikes, student dem- onstratioBS and race political opponent pair! tribute to his honesty, dedication and Integrity. "f am said Mr. Dief- enbaker, "to join in paying trib- ute to one who has made Parlia- ment great in his generation." There were telegrams from Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield. former prime minis- ter faster Pearson, Ontario Premier William Davis, and Salvage crews remove oil oil grounded ship PORT ALBERXI, B.C. (CP) Salvage crews pumped the last few tons of oil from the grounded Panamanian Freight- er Vanleno late Tuesday and prepared to save part of its cargo of new Japanese South Vietnamese end first drive into east Cambodia Paris London Berlin Amsterdam Moscow ___ Stockholm Tokyo j FORECAST: Lclhbridge-Mcuicine Hat Today and Thursday; Mainly sunny. Lows 30-35. HlghB to- day and Thursday in the mid 50s. Calgary Today: Becoming sunny Ihis afternoon. Highs 45- 50. Lows 25-30. Thursday: Mainly sunny. A few isolated afternoon showers. Highs in the mid 40s. Columbia Koolcnay Today: Mostly cloudy with few showers along the moun- tains. Thursday Svmny. Highs both days mid 40s. Lows tonight 30 to 35. Montana East of Continental Divide Partly cloudy and warmer today. Few showers or thunderstorms near the west- ern mountains this afternoon. Scattered showers or thunder- showers tonight and Thursday. Cooler Thursday. Highs today in 60s. Lows tonight 35 to 45. Highs Thursday mostly 50s. West of Continental DiviiiR Increasing cloudiness today with scattered showers and thundershowcrs late this after- noon tonight and Thursday. Lit- tle change in temperature to- day. Cooler Thursday. Highs today 50 lo 60. Lows (CTiights 30 to 40. Highs Thursday 40 to 50. SAIGON (AP) The South I days after acting Premier Sisq- Vietnamese announced today jwath Sirik Malak and hi.s net resigned and I.on Nol made himself president. that the first piiase of their Captain Richard Tolburst of Scaspan International, the com- pany in charge of salvage op- erations, said the last of Ihe l.'.O Ions would be drive into eastern Cambodia has ended after 12 days anil claimed 743 North Vietnamese and Viet Cong were kilted and 23 were captured. Eight South Vietnamese sol- diers were killed and 65 wounded, a communique said. The lopsided claims aroused suspicion that Communists losses were being inflated while sizable South Vietnamese cas- ualties were being swept under the rug, a common practice on both sides. The South Vietnamese said a South Vietnamese force crossed tho border today toward the town of Krck, open- ing the second phase o! the campaign. The fores raised to about tho number o( South Viet- namese troops operating 10 to 15 miles across the Imrder in search of North Vietnamese bases. PM Trudeau to address press club OTTAWA (CP1 Prime Min- ister Trudeau will address the Nntional A w a r cl s dinner of the Toronto Men's Press Club April 8, Liberal party headquarters announced Tuesday. Party headquarters EDWARDS HEAVY-DUTY CULTIVATOR 33' Model C433 with rod weeder attachment (optional) closed, without giving details, that Mr. Trudcau will lour Western centres briefly at the end of April. Big RjggeJ Cultivator for Large Powerful fraclors Converlibfe to 31, 35 or 37 feet Maximum Clearance for Heavy Trash Conditions One Hydraulic Cylinder is used for Depth Control ond lifting to Transport Position Contact Ken Dickson for a demonstration GENERAL FARM SUPPLSiS Phone 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COUKTF.SY OF ASIA It is understood barge. In I'hriom T'enh. the Cambo- prime minister v.ill that visit the Leth-1 Banff Radium highway, bare and plowed ami sanded with occa- sional slippery sections, fianff-.f a s p e r highway is open to the Saskatchewan River crossing. Snow (ires or chains are re- quired when travelling on any ritour.iain or ski-access roads. POUTS OF ENTTCV (Opening nnd Closing Coutts All highways in bridge district are dry and in good winter driv- ing condition. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, Calgary to Golden is bare and dry. Golden to Revel- stoke is closed. hours; Camay 9 a.m. to fi p.m.; Bonita 9 ,m. to 6 p.m.; Iransferred into a waiting dian capital, President I.on Nol I monlon, Kegina and Winnipeg (ormed new government 10 I April 28-29. lloosevillc, B.C. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.: KinRigate, B.C., 2! hours; Porthill Rykerts 8 a.m. lo midnight. Chief Mountain dosed. Wildhorse, a.m. to 5 p.m. ;