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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta a - THIUTHIWOOI NIRAID> lofvrday, March 7,7. 1971 STAR IS "ANOTHER MOTHER FOR PEACE" - Oacor winning actress Donna Reed explains her role at co-chairman of Another Mother for Peace, a Beverly Hills-based organization claiming worldwide membership of 225,000. The group encXHiragesJetter writing to Congressmen and raises money to support candidates who have voted against war appropriations. Howling winds kill two SEATTLE (AP) - Two men were killed in separate incidents F�i*ay as bowling winds ripped -trough the Pacific wrthwes;, splintering trees, ripping the wheelbouse from a fish boat and causing many power outages. John E. Kennedy, 43, of Seattle was killed when the car be was driving was struck by a tree near Ronton. Elwood W. Royston, 36, was killed when be fell 12 stories from the roof of a Seattle office building as He tried to stop sections of roofing from being ripped from the buMng. A large piece of roofing material acted as a sail and pulled Royston to his death, a King County spokesman said. A weather service spokesman termed the wind storms in eastern Washington the most savage in decades. Coast guard rescue boats battled 20-foot seas and 50-knot winds to reach a disabled Canadian fishing vessel about 20 miles off the Oregon coast, northwest of Heceta Head. The fishing vessel Miss Georgina of Vancouver radioed that high seas bad carried away her wheelbouse and that she had power but no steering capability. The weather service said its strongest official wind reading was 71 mates an hour at the Portland airport. ROTHMANS CALENDAR OF COMING EVENTS Msariaa a esaanaity matt Tan mam a Rotaan Special Events Caravan now. The Caravan, with lt� public address syatam and modem stage facilities is available in* af thttgt by writing to: Promotion Department, Rethmens of Pail Mall Canada United, 3403 - 8th Street Seat* East Calgary 24t Altera. SATURDAY, MARCH 27 The Whoop-Up Saddle Club will hold a 1 dance in the Polish Hall at 8:30 p.m. Box lunch please.    The Lethbridge Old Time Dance Club will hold a dance at Assumption School at 8:30 p.m. Everyone welcome - young and old. *   Soutbminster Circle and Square Dance Club will hold a regular dance at 8:30 p.m. in Southminster Church Hall. Ladies please bring a pie. * * * Fort Macleod Old Time Dance Club is holding a dance from 8-11:30 p.m. in the Elementary School.   � Loyal Order of the Moose will hold a social and dance at the Moose Hall at 9 p.m. TUESDAY, MARCH 30 The ywca World Relationship Committee will have a Dessert Bridge in Southminster Church Hall at 1:15 p.m. Phone 327-7060 OT 327-3564. The Rothman's Weekly Calendar of Events is a service that is provided free of charge to all non-profit oganizations in the area. In order that your organization's events are listed on the Calendar, send the necessary information by mail please to MRS. HELEN KOVACS, The Lethbridge Herald. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31 The McKillop UCW will hold a meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the Church Hall with Rev. D. K. Walker as guest speaker.    The Whirl-A-Ways will square and round dance in St. Augustine's Parish Hall at 8:30 p.m. Box lunch please. FRIDAY, APRIL 2 A general meeting and Past President's night for the Lethbridge Associated Canadian Traveller's Club will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the El Rancho Motor Hotel. SATURDAY, APRIL 3 A spring tea and bake sale will be held in the Church Hall by the McKillop UCW from '2-5 p.m.    The Tuesday evening unit of Southminster UCW are holding a Rummage Sate in Southminster Hall at 9:30 a.m. Dr. F. H. Mewburn OBE Chapter IODE will hold their Spring Rummage Sale at 9 a.m. in Gym 2, Civic Sports Centre. SUNDAY, APRIL 4 The Southminster Choir will present the Passion and Easter parts of Handel's Messiah in the Church at 3 p.m. The best tobacco money Rene Levesque speaks at Calvary e want out CALGARY (CP) - The federal structure of Canada. is hurnty the rest of the country almost as much as it is Quebec, Rene Levesque, leader of Le Parti Quebecoia, told a standing-room-only crowd Friday at the University of Calgary. Separation by Quebec could be the boost the rest of Canada needs to do as it wants, he said, noting growing concern about economic domination from the United States. The current system concentrates power in a central body with the result that each region of the country la prevented from determining its own priorities, he said. Ideally members of a federal state are equal but this has changed, particularly in the 20th century. "... As long as they (federations) last, there is an increment towards central pow- er. All goes towards a unitary seat of iMtitutions." This could continue to aa extreme degree and still be tolerated in areas where the people had similar cultural and linguistic backgrounds but In a multicultural or Ucuttural society such an arraogement would be artificial. Federalism is not an elemental truth, he said, and it is "not the end of the world for a population, and after 100 years seems like a good time, to question whether it is working." "If it lasts another few years too many, Quebec society might end up blowing up, and you with ft, but that would not be a good end to the federation." Quebec doss not want out because it is against the rest of Canada or because it wants re-e| tribution, he said, "We want out for ourselves." The federal state was ideal for Quebec when first instituted. "We were a rural' society who could care less about what the English were /doing in town. "We could have survived that way forever, if we bad not changed." But Quebec has become a normal adult' society which wants to make its own decisions, not have them made by anyone else, he said. Quebec and the rest of Canada night be better off as "good neighbors rather than bitchy partners.'' The problem was not Just the structure but that Quebec could not make work good answers which H has for its problems because it did not have control over the structure. It was a question of the people affected by the decision not being able to make the choice. I. , THIRD STRINGER - in the Thorpe family of Mendham N.J., is 2W-yeor-o|d Todd, who started taking violin lee-one six months ergo and recently gave his first concert at a church in Morrlstown, N.J. His sister, Debbie 12, and brother, Ty, 10, play the cello and viola, respectively Todd wanted to play these instruments but hie mother thought a violin was more suited to his size. Someday, perhaps, he'll play at Carnegie Hall. Clark: 'Big step backwards' to be avoided EDMONTON (CP) - The government has no desire to interfere with teacher-contract negotiations in southern Alberta, Education Minister Clark told the legislature Friday. He told opposition leader Peter Lougheed, who noted that the teachers have threatened to go on strike, not to place "undue emphasis on statements made during the bargaining process." Mr. Clark said government interference would be a "big step backwards" in attempts to give school boards local autonomy. Dave Russell (PC-Calgary Victoria Park) Friday got credit for the shortest speech of the session as the Alberta legislature sped through clause-by-clause study of two bills that will set up new departments. "This is a weird conglomerate," was all Mr. Russell had to say when an act to establish a new department of culture, youth and recreation was in- troduced for detailed study. "The honorable member has the honor of the shortest speech of the session," said Anti-noise vehicle law introduced VICTORIA (CP) - Legislation was introduced in the British Columbia legislature Friday which would set maximum levels for motor vehicles. Amendments to the motor-vehicle act would also provide regulations preventing the sale, distribution or use in B.C. of any vehicle which could not maintain such standards. Another amendment to the motor vehicle act would make it mandatory for all driver's licences to carry the holder's photograph. Speaker Art Dixon. The provincial secretary's department will be disbanded this year, with its various duties transferred to other departments. Culture, youth and recreation will assume responsibility for the cultural development branch, the Jubilee auditoriums in Edmonton and Calgary, the advisory board on objectionable publications, the public relations branch, the 11 sentenced MADRID (Renter) - The Madrid public order court, which tries political offences, sentenced 11 men Friday to prison terms ranging from 28 months and one day to six months and one day for having worked for the Spanish Communist party in Cordoba province, in southern Spain, between 1968 and 1970. The court convicted the men of illegal association. Conflicting statements by accused on LSD trip CRANBROOK, B.C. (CP) -Accused murderer Dale Merle Nelson told one RCMP officer he was on an LSD trip the night eight persons were murdered in West Creston, but denied he used the drug in an interview later with a second police questioner. A tape recording of a conversation between RCMP S. Sgt. Miles McLeod' and Nelson was played Friday in a hushed courtroom in this southeastern British Columbia community, where Nelson is on trial for non-capital murder. The tape was made on Sept. 6, 1970, the day Nelson was arrested. When S. Sgt. McLeod asked him whether he bad gone to the home of Alex Wasyk, where two persons were murdered, Nelson replied: "I don't want to think about it. I mean you already know that. Must have been the LSD." AWARD WINNER J. �. (Joe) Griffin Mr. Keith Bickerton, Area Manager of Engineered Homes, lethbridge, li pleated to announce that Mr. Griffin of the Lethbridge area has been named Engineered Homes Top Salesman In Canada for the month of February, 1971. Mr. Griffin It a very worthy recipient of the February bonui prize with new home talet In that month, In excett of $154,000.00. *** However, Nelson told Cpl. Darrel Shield of the RCMP in an interview later that he had not taken LSD on Sept. 4, the night of the murder rampage. Reading from notes he made during the interview, Cpl. Shield testified in B.C. Supreme Court that Nelson told him he wanted police to think the hallucinatory 24-year-old hangs self EDMONTON (CP) - Joseph Patrick Arbuthnott, 24, of Edmonton was found hanged in city police cells early Friday soon after he remarked to police that he suffered from claustrophobia. Arbuthnott, a laborer, had been arrested on a charge of impaired driving. An inquest is to be held. drug was responsible for his actions. In the taped interview, S. Sgt. McLeod asked Nelson if he killed seven-year-old Tracey Jean Wasyk, Raymond John Phipps, 42, and his infant son Roy Kenneth Phipps. "It all happened right there," Nelson replied. The staff sergeant asked if Nelson wanted to discuss the matter further, and the latter answered: "It ain't pleasant to think about." Thursday, Nelson's defence lawyer, M. E. Moran, said m court that Nelson was the person responsible for the deaths of Mrs. Wasyk, her daughter Tracey, Mr. Phipps, his son Roy, Isabelle Alice St. Aroand, 27, Paul Roger St Amand, 10, Brian Ross St. Amand, 7, and Catherine Rose St. Amand, 8. He was originally charged with the murder of aU eight, but is on trial specifically in the deaths of Tracey Wasyk and Catherine Rose St. Amand. The trial was adjourned to Monday. Soccer results LONDON (CP) - Old Country soccer results Saturday: ENGLISH CUP Semi-finals Everton 1 Liverpool 2 Stoke 2 Arsenal 2 ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Burnley 2 Ipswich 2 Chelsea 3 Leeds 1 Huddersfield 1 Coventry 0 Newcastle 3 Derby 1 Notts Forest 3 Crystal P1 Southampton 1 Blackpool 1 West Bromwich 0 Man City 0 Division II Birmingham 2 Cardiff 0 Bolton 0 Hull 0 Bristol C 0 Sheffield U 1 Leicester 0 Oxford 0 Middlesbrough 2 Luton 1 MiUwaii 2 Charlton 0 Norwich 3 Sunderland 0 Orient 1 Carlisle 1 Swindon 3 Blackburn 0 Watford 1 Queen's PR 2 Division III Brighton 1 Bury 0 Gillingham 2 Rotherham 1 Plymouth 0 Mansfield 0 Preston 1 Port Vale 0 Rochdale 2 Torquay 0 Shrewsbury 1 Bradford C1 Swansea 5 Reading 0 Walsall 0 Halifax 0 Wrexham 1 Bristol R 0 Division IV AMershotO Crewe 0 Barrow 3 Hartlepools 0 Brentford 1 Oldham 1 Cambridge 1 Scunthorpe 1 Colchester 1 Southport 0 Execter 2 Darlington 1 Grimsby 2 Chester 2 Newport 2 Peterborough 0 Workington 2 Lincoln 1 York City 1 Northampton 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Celtic 4 Falkirk 0 Cowdenbeath 1 St. Mirren 2 Dundee 0 Dunfermline 0 Hearts 1 Aberdeen 3 Kilmarnock 4 Hibernian 1 Morton 0 Clyde 0 Motherwell 1 Dundee U 2 Rangers 2 Ayr 0 St. Johnstone 4 Airdrieonians 1 Division II Albion 1 Forfar 1 Alloa 1 Partick 4 Abroath 7 Hamilton A 3 Berwick 1 Queen's Pk 1 Clydebank 2 Brechin 0 Montrose 3 Dumbarton 1 Raith 1 Queen of S 1 Stenhousemuir 5 Stirling 1 Stranraer 1 East Fife 2 RSH LEAGUE Ards 1 Bangor 2 Ballymena 2 Cliftonville 1 Crusaders 0 Linfield 4 Derry 4 Coleraine 2 Distillery 1 Glentoran 2 Gkoavon 1 Portadown f provincial museum, the Glen-bow Alberta Institute and the provincial archives. The other new department will be that of the environment, which will be responsible for tough new pollution  control regulations that call for heavy fines and closing of plants. A three-man committee will study the "total land tenure question" as it relates to the Metis people of Alberta. Social Development Minister Ray Speaker told Bob Dowling (PC-Edson) the committee will consist, of representatives from the federal and provincial governments and the Metis Association of Alberta. The study follows an incident in which 300 Metis people in the Fort Vermilion area of northern Alberta were threatened with eviction by the owners of land on which they live. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES PRESENTS THE f ' ' Weather and road report on above lo.nn ZERO AT A^,UUWOON SUNRISE SUNDAY 6:17 SUNSET 6:58 Lethbridge .... . 47 16 .11 Medicine Hat ... . 39 21 .43 Pincher Creek . . 42 31 .12 . 18 08 .15 Edmonton..... . 19 -1 .05 Banff......... . 38 15 .05 Penticton...... . 47 37 .02 Prince George ... . 37 10 Vancouver..... 47 37 .59 Prince Albert ... . 20 15 .04 Saskatoon...... . 19 17 .19 Thompson...... . 21 6 . 22 20 .18 Winnipeg...... . 27 22 .12 Thunder Bay ... . 35 31 .01 White River ... .. 34 23 21 . 31 13 Montreal...... . 28 09 28 08 Fredericton..... . 37 9   Charlottetown ... . 32 14 St. John's NFLD. . 35 23   . 35 32 Minneapolis ... .. 37 32 Rome........... 39 64 .. Paris........... 41 50 .. London.......... 43 54 .. Berlin.......... 32 50 .. Madrid..........41 61 .. Moscow ......... 27 37 .. Stockholm...... 82 38 .. FORECASTS LETHBRIDGE - Cloudy, becoming sunny by noon, Chinook conditions southwestern sections spreading across the region this aften-noon. Highs in low 40s. Cloudy Sunday, gusty westerly winds, highs in mid-40s. MEDICINE HAT - Cloudy becoming sunny this afternoon, highs 25-30, lows 20-25. Cloudy Sunday. Warmer, highs in low 40s. KOOTENAY, COLUMBIA -Today and Sunday: Mostly cloudy. Wind reaching south 20 in the main valleys today. Highs today and Sunday: 35 to 40, except in the high 40s in the Kootenay West district Lows tonight in the 20s. ALUS CHALMERS MACHINERY Per prices and details an the 'Allit-Chalmert' line of farm equipment contact 'Cole' Harrie 'Dick' Ortten 'Bert' Erlckion FINANCING AVAILABLE - GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADI GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. OFFICIAL AS AT 9:00 A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF A MA Highway 2, Carway to Card-ston, some icy sections. Card-ston to Nanton, travel lanes mostly bare. Highway 3, east, Lethbridge to Grassy Lake, travel lanes bare and dry. Highway 3, west, Lethbridge to Lundbreck, travel lanes bare and dry. Lundbreck to the BC border, some snow packed icy sections. Highway 4, Lethbridge to Coutts, bare. Highway 5, Lethbridge to Leavitt, bare except for occasional icy sections east of Card-slon, Lethbridge to Waterton, some long icy sections. Highway 6, Pincher Creek to Waterton, mostly covered with packed snow or ice. Highway 23, Monarch to Car-mangay, travel lanes bare. Highways 25, 36, 52 and 61, travel lanes bare. Highway 62, some short icy sections. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, Calgary to Revel-stoke, mainly bare with a few slippery sections. Generally in good winter driving condition. Banff-Radium and Banff-Jasper highways are bare and in good winter driving condition. Creston-Salmo highway is mostly bare and sanded where necessary. PORTS or ENTRY (Opening and Closing Times): Coutts 24 hours: Carway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. MST. Del Bonita 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Rooseville, B.C. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., 24 hours; Porthlll-Rykerts 8 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain closed. WiMborte, I a,m. to I p.m. ;