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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 IIFRMO Fridny. MnrtV, It. IW1 The Herald legislature Bureau EDMONTON Former edu- :alion minister Bob Clark has iccused t h c Alberta govern- ment of plans to take away the right cf teachers to strike. Mr. Clark (SC Olds-Dids- mry) produced a draft of an iniendment to the School Ad that would eliminate teachers' right to go on strike. He charged that the amendment vas proposed by department ol education officials to the Alber- a Teachers Association and the Alberta School Trustees Association at a meeting in Ed- lonton in December. DEMES PLANS letter to Mr. Clark iromplcd by questioning on he matter in the legislature, Education Minister Lou Hynd- ROBIN AT REST FJed-ridden fobin sleeps on- hiJ back in thii little bed of linen poc's at night and each day propped up near a window in tlie Vancouver home of Vasily and Natasha Arisheff. who found him in their yard 18 months ago. Mrs. Arisheff, shown here with her pet, sayj ha Ij unoblo lo walk or fly, gels hand.fed meals of dew worms, nuts and likes being petted and talked to-ln Russian. (CP Wirephoto) Ijrges Letter treatment CALGARY (CP) Opposition not on the basis of any get-rich- Leafier Robert Stanfield said quick scheme, but rather as a Thursday night the government j stable and progressive part of should treat natural resource in-! the growing and healthy Cana- out for industry dustries as it does other sectors of tlie economy. If changes are necessary they should be marie in consult ation industry, the Con- servative leader told a platu Progressive Conservative fund-raising dinner. He also said Canadian Indus- !ry must not bo penalized in compariKon with foreign-owned bnsir.c-sscs. "As loader of ,1 national gov- ernment, 1 shall certainly do alt: dian economy that is our mon goal." He referred to Alberta as "the tnergy and said its people and government have a "deep and vital interest in what transpires about national en- ergy policy in Ottawa." "And yet there is suspicion iiiat the interests of Alberta may be sold out." 'HEAL PARTICIPATION" He said there must be companies to pool their re- sources in this same field of ex- ploration. Mr. Staiuield, completing the final leg of a three-day Western "I am going to be attacking and exposing Prime Minister Trudeau's government on sev- eral fronts during the election campaign that wSl be starting soon. "I am going to be attacking It for its cynical attempt to trade off unemployment against infla- tion in a public relations fight that ended up giving us the worst of both worlds." Clark raps govt. plans to amend School Act man denied that he ovemmont" plans to take way the right o( Alberta esohers to strike. The minisctr rote "this proposal was rought up for purposes of dis- ission only and for the pur- of testing the reaction of thcr members of the comiru't- x." Mr. Clark, minister of educa- on hi the Socred government from 19CS lo 1971, said tn tin interview "the legislation wouldn't have gone that (or if the government wasn't giving some serious consideration (o it." Asked who ho meant by the government, Mr. Clark re- plied "the minister of educa- tion or the minister of labor or both." Labor Minister Bert Holiol said in an interview "there has categorically been no discus- sions by myself or the cabinet or the caucus about taking away the teachers' right to strike." Dr. Hohol said "If we were contemplating new leg- islation, we would draft It and give it to them and meet witlt them It. face to face to discuss Asked Thursday in tire leg- islature if department of edu- cation officials have proposed to Alberta teachers new leg- islation to remove their right lo strike, Mr. Hyndman said the letter speaks for it- joint meeting. Hut not ho !l fair assumption of Hon. Minister n o t understanding what was going Mr. Ilymlman replied "tlie Hon, Genlleinan can draw such assumptions and conclusions and iindorstflmlings us lie wish- Dam plans may go ahead OTTAWA (C'I'J Despite thumbs-down decision by the In- ternational Joint Commission, there i.s still official concern here that plans to raise the Hoss Dam in Washington Slate SANK main's Outside the House, Mr. Clark said if the government is going the Skagit Valley in nritish Col to take away tlie right of will go ahead anyway. Tin1 higher dam would flood teachers away lo strike, (lie same right siwuld be taken (rein nil groups. In November, to end the longest Alberta teachers' strifce since the the government imposed a settlement in the Bow Valley school region. Mr. Clark said the settle- ment look away teachers' right to strike and was done raider mbia. Tlie International Joint Com- mission, which has jurisdiction over Canada-United S t a I e s boundary waters, reported in December that it would take at least three years to determine nil the effects a higher Ross Dam would have on the valley. In the Commons Thursday, Jerry Pringle Fraser Val- legislation similar" lo[ oosil madp tn (lie 4 11 t i W'K make representations "entile hearing March proposal by Seattle Power Co. to raise comber. The proposed amend- meat was to section 65 of f Mr. Clark asked "If I were to conclude from tie letter that Jve Hon. Minister a s not aware, thai officials of the de- partment of education present- School Act, subsection lie said. it was in three parts: montlis following the Environment Minister Jaclc Davis said he hopes that a slatemenl issued earlier rciler- expiry of a collective agree- j l.he government's mcnl'between n school board opposition "in one way or an- Legislature makes mark in histo Hughes' Nevada gambling in my power tn ensure that participation" by Alberta in any i t nadian business can compete. ar-d all decisions or negotiations arf1 Hughes' Nevada gambling operations to continue VANCOUVER (CP) How QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic apitol furniture Bldg. S PHONE 328-7684BB in the iictd of cnergv resources, operation will continue to oper- He also advocated the adop- atc as it has in the past, without lion of "realistic tax rcgula- benefit of the corporate um- b roll a the billionaire-recluse had been seeking, says his chief jtions" to permit Canadian com panies to compete on an equal a! basis with foreign firms in ex- Siploring Canadian territory. "It means the rules of compc- must permit Canadian CFCN-TV's NEW SEASON" spokesman. Richard Hannah made the statement Thursday in response to questions about the refusal of the Nevada State Gaming Com- Kidnapped victim in good health BUENOS AIRES (Reuter) Kidnapped Italian auto execu- tive Oderdan Sallustro, being held by his left-wing guerrilla kidnappers, has told his wife in a letter that he is well. The Setter was discovered in a bar late Thursday right as some police sealed off part of this city and radio stations broadcast the names of medi- cines Sallustro, 51-year-old i director-general of Fiat's Ar- gentine subsidiary Fiat Con- cord, must receive every day for a heart ailment. mission to approve top-level changes in the organization. Mr. Hughes currently Is stay- ing at a Vancouver hotel, and his only contact with news media has been tlirough Mr. Hannah, In refusing to approve the re- organization of Air. Hughes' Ne- vada interests, the gaming com- mission cited his refusal of face-to-face meetings and said his application for reorganiza- tion would not be approved until such a meeting was arranged. The Hughes Tool Co. was seeking licensing of seven of its directors as directors of subsidi- ary firms which operate six ho- tel-casinos in Lag Vegas and Reno. EDMONTON (CP) The Al- erta legislature made history 'hursday by debating an op- position member's bill for the irst time. James Henderson made note trie precedent in calling for Jrovincial general elections to e held on a specific data in une every four years. It was le first bill to benefit from a ule change initiated by the rovince's new Progressive onservative government. The change provides 40 min- utes each Thursday for debate of private member's bills. Jlr. Henderson iwin Leduc) said his act to amend tlie Legislative Assem- bly Act would do away with the unsatisfactory "cat a n d- mouse" game that is often played with election dates. Grant Notlcy (NDP _ Spirit River-Fairview) supported the bill, but suggested (he propos- ed election day _ the second ed possible' legislation "mi its employees, the minis (er of education may refer the dispute to the minister of la- bor and apply for a concilia- tion officer. a settlement is reached in 33 days, a concilia- tion commission can appoint a conciliation board, solution cf the board shall be binding. Clark said the fast eec- tion of the amendment would effectively take away the right of leachcra to strike. ry would vole against the bill be- cause governments should have the right to go to the people on a contentious issue at any time. Agriculture Minister Hugh Homer suggested such as act might be unconstituiional be- cause it would interfere with the right of the federal govern- ment to hold an election when it wanted to. Dr. Homer adjourned debate. MANPOWER A bill that would open the way for development of a com- prehensive manpower program in Alberta was one of three government bills given first reading by the legislature. Labor Minister Bert Hohol said the purpose of the propos- ed Manpower and Labor Act is to allow for research studies to obtain information on manpow- er resources in the province, to ordinate the activities of oilier will be tabled at that hearing." And External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp told Randolph Harding West) that the U.S. is well aware of; Canadian government opposi- tion lo raising the dam, Mr. Davis said in his state- ment (bat he sees the December report by the International Joint Commission as "confirming the Canadian view that the flooding of the Upper Skagit Valley in Canada should not take Weather and road report SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET I.etbbrulge Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff Oalgaiy Victoria Penticton Monday in June be' changed various departments and agen- j Prince George to the end of June or perhaps cies' to ordinate provincial Katnloops to November. Charlie Drain (SC Pincher Creek Crowsnest) manpower programs with fed- Vancouver cral schemes and to establish Saskatoon Gets life EDMONTON (CP) Loren- zo Bedard, 17, of Edmonton was sentenced to life imprison- ment yesterday for non-cap- ital murder. Bcdard was charged after said "he j'operational guidelines. -----------i The bill would replace the de- partment of Labor Act, Dave King (PC Edmonton Highlands) introduced a bill which would repeal the prov- ince's Sexual Sterilization Act, found I which provides for voluntary or involuntary1 sterilization of psy- chotic or mentally deficient people. Margaret Peon, M, stabbed and bludgeoned to; ticeship" Act'wS'lntr'oduc'cd'by death at her home last May i Bill Pi.rdv (PC Stonv Plain) J3. _ A bill to amend {he Appren- pf Honorary post for R. S. Malone (Special) Brig. Richard S. Malone, QBE, ED, was appointed honorary fKlonel of The Royal Winnipeg Rifles at a ceremony here. Brig. Mafone, publisher and cditor-in-ctuef of (he Winnipeg Free Press and president and DON KNOTTS, EDGAR O'BRIEN, ANN FRANCIS IN A 1969 COMEDY The CL0V With the letter from Sallustro i general manager of F. P. Piib- was a state-merit from the Trot- j 'ie.-.tbns has had a dis. skyite People's Revolutionary tinguished c.-ireer in both the Army, accusing the Argentine newspaper and military fields, government of injustice, rcpres- He began as a reporter with sion and torture. r the Toronto Star in 1927, later working with the Hcgina'Lead- er-Pc.st rind Saskatoon j who said the change will insure that apprentices receive the same basic rights as other em- ployees. The amend ments would give an apprentice the right to join H trade union. PARKS Discussions will be held be- tween the federal and Alberta on the proposed Village Lake Louise During liHD ne was seconded I near Banff and other national for duty as staff secretary for i parks policies, Don Getty, min- the Canadian Minister of NV ister of federal and intcr-gov- fcnal Defence, Col. J. L. ernmcntal affairs, said Thiirs- j flaLston. Later he helped form day. the public relations branch for I He told Grant Notlcy (NBP- llie army, returning to his own j Spirit River-Fairaewi he isn't! regiment Tne Queen's 0 w n sure when the actual meetings! Rifles, where he served as a will lake place but it will be he- s.aff captain with the Fifth fore the Moral government Regina Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa Montreal St. John's..... Halifax Charlottetown Fredericton Miami Los Angeles Las Vl'gas II 55 46 60 34 40 43 43 43 S3 48 56 46 30 37 35 31 29 211 34 37 80 71 73 Honolulu 81 Rome....... 7E Paris London.........63 Amsterdam .......52 .........40 Stockholm ........39 Tokyo ...........66 FOIiECAST: I.cthbridjre-Medicine Hat Today: Becoming sunny nur- Prc .03 31 3-1 23 .30 19 .01 27 .00 28 .01 42 ,09 29 31 31 33 30 30 21 IS 21 2-1 19 33 2.81 29 ,74 25 .39 61 54 55 C7 43 43 34 27 28 60 .03 .0; Ing the morning. Winds W29 and gusty. Highs -15-50. near 35. Saturday: trnt rain or snow. Highs near Calgary Today: Increas- ing cloudiness during the after- noon and evening. Highs 40-45. Lows near 30. Saturday: Inter- mittent rain or wet snow. Highs 35-10. Columbia Sunny at first except for a few fog patches becoming cloudy late in (lie day with a few peri- ods of rain or wet snow over- night. Highs today in the mid with lows tonight around 30. Saturday: Mainly cloudy and cool with a few snowflurries. Highs near 40. Montana Hast of Continental Partly cloudy southwest scat- tered showers east and north today snow sliowers in the high- er mountains. Numerous show- ers west scattered showers east tonight and Saturday. No important temperature chang- es. Highs today and Saturday 45 to 55. Lows tonight mostly 30s. West ftf Continental Divide Frequent showers this after- noon tonight and Saturday with snow in (he higher mountains. N'o important t e m pcrature changes. Highs today and Sat- urday 45 to 55, Lows tonight 305. Armoured Division, He was appointed Brigade JUajor for the first Infantry Di- GOD' NIGHT MOVIE TONIGHT S'OO GQQDTodKiNOF TELEVISION FERTILIZER flaw now for MANURE Phone 328-5083 thci' Phoenix before joining Free Press in 1936. He was called to active ser- vice in 1939 anri was one of the vision and landed in Sicily." utau-1 Hc was awarded a mention Stnr-1'" dispatches for services in Sicily ami during the cam- few officers to theatres of war. in ATTENTION CATTLEMEN! TWO GREAT SIRES PRAIKIE PRIDE A French tim0uijn Bull AND PRAIRIE BOY A French Simmontal Bull Will Bt ON DISPIAY AT FORT MACIEOD AUCTION MARKET ITD. TUESDAY, MARCH 28th AISO IN UTHBRIDGE AT PERIICH BROS. MARKET IfO WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29th COUKTESY OF PRAIRIE BREEDERS CAIOARY IN AND SEE THESE GREAT SlfiES paign was wounded when German mine blew up. He was posted to General Montgom- ery's as personal liaison officer to the Eighth Army commander during the final days in Sicily. He served Gen. Montgomery throughout the Italian cam- paign and then was appointed chief of Canadian public rela- tions in Italy to solve war cor- respondent problems. He directed Canadian public relations for the Normandy as- sault and started the first daily newspaper on a rotary press in Uncover graves SAIGON _ Communist defectors led government offi- cials to the graves of 50 more of the Commimist mas- liberated France (the Caen ed-1 sacre in Hue during Ore Tet offeasive, field reports said makes any announcement on the project, which is being op- posed by various conservation groups. The provincial government had ob'.ained ail tho reports presented to a recent public hearing in Calgary anrl som" six or seven dcpartrnpnt.'; were assessing the information. "All of these things must be taken into account before we will able to carry on mean- ingful Mr. Getty said. EDWARDS HEAVY-DUTY CULTIVATOR 33' Model C433 with rod weeder ciltachmenl (optional) Big Rugged Cultivator for large Powerful traders Convertible lo 31, 35 or 37 feel Maximum Clearance for Heavy Trash Condition! Ono Hydraulic Cylinder is uied for Deptli Control ond lifting to Transport Posiiion Contact Ken Dicksort for a demonstration GENERAL FARM Phone 328-1141 of Maple As hostilities in Europe draw tn a was dispatched to liaison mls- MacArthur's head a Canadian sion to General _________., headquarters in the Pacific. He took; part in the initial air- borne landings in Japan and was present on Ihe USS Mis- souri for the surrender cer- 'emonles. Thursday. The bodies were dug up in the courtyard of a subur- ban high school Wednesday, the reports said. Mor than per- sona are believed to have been murdered by the North Viet- namese and Viet Cong in Hue. Nearly bodies have heeri recovered from mass graves near the city. OFFICIAL AS OF A.M TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways in bridge district are ___ ___ dry and in winter rlriv- ing condition. Highway j, Trans Canada Highway, Calgary to Golden is bare and dry. Golden to Revel- stoite is closed. the Lcth-j R.inff Radium highway, bare and plowed ami sanded with occa- sional slippery sections. a s p e r highway Is open to t.ho Saskatchewan River crossing. .Snow tires or chains are re- quired when travelling on any mountain or ski-acecss roads. POUTS OF ENTOV (Opening and Closing Coutts 2-! hours; Carway 9 a.m. to C p.m.; Del fionita 9 .m. to 6 p.m.; fiooscvjlle, B.C. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgatc B C., 24 hours- Porthill Rykerts 8 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain closed Wildborte, B a.m. lo S ;