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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE lETKKIDGt HWAIB Til Rene levesaue speaks at Calgary want out ourselves CALGAKY CP Tlie fed eral structure of Canada is hurting the rest ot the country almost as much as it is Que Rene leader of Iarti told a crowd Fri day it the University of Cal iry by Quebec could be ibc boost the rest of Can ada needs to do as it lie noting growing con cern economic domina lum from the United TN current system concen trates power in a central body with the result that each re grai of the country is prevented from determining its own pri be Ideally members of a fed eral state are equal but this particularly in 1 tiiu 2Bth As long as they fed I eraiMHis there is an in crement towards central All goes towards unitary seat of This could continue to an ex reme degree and still be toler ated in areas where the people lad similar cultural and lin guistic backgrounds but in a multicultural or bicultural so ciety such an arrangement would be Federalism is not an elemen tal he and it Is not the end of the world for JL and after 100 years seems like a good to question whether it is work If it lasts mother few yeart too Quebec society might end up blowing and you with but that would not be a good end to the federa Quebec does not want out be cause it is against the rest ol Canada or because it wants re he We wan out for The federal was ideal or Quebec when first insti We were a rural society who could care less about what he English were doing in We could have survived that way if we had not But Quebec has become normal adult society which wants to make its own deci not have them made by anyone he Quebec and the rest of Can ada might be better off good neighbors rather than bitchy The problem was not Just the structure but that Quebec coul not make work good answers which it has for its problems because it did not have contro over the It was a question of the peo 3le affected by the decision not iing able to make the choice ft beir flP THIRD STRINGER In the Thorpe family of Mendham is 2Ayearold who started taking violin lei ons six months ago and recently gave his first concert at a church in His Dsbbie and play the cello and respectively Todd wanted to play thesn instruments bur his mother thought a violin was more suited to his hell play at Carnegie Clark Big step backwards to be avoided STAR IS ANOTHER MOTHER FOR PEACE whnnn cctrcss Donna Reed ex plains her role as cochairman of Another Mother for a Beverly Hillsbased organi zation claiming worldwide membership of The group encourages letter writ Ing to Congressmen and raises money to support candidates who have votea cgomst war Howling winds kill two SEATTLE AP Two men were killed in separate inci dents Fiiay as bowling winds ripped irough the Pacific splintering ripping the wheelhouse from a fish boat and causing many power John of Seat tle was killed when the car be was driving was struck by a tree near Elwood was killed when he fell 12 stories from the root of a Seattle of fice building as he tried to stop sections of roofing from being ripped from the A large piece of roofing ma terial acted as a sail and pulled Royston to his a King County spokesman A weather service spokes man termed the wind storms in eastern Washington the most savage in Coast guard rescue boats battled 20foot seas and 50knot winds to reach a Ca nadian fishing vessel fishing vessel l3ento rnMONTON CP The government has no desire to ipirere with teachercontract reflations hi southern Alber I Education Minister Clark told the legislature I lie told opposition leader who noted I thzi the teachers have threat lentil to go on not to i place undue emphasis on j made during the li Mr Clark said government interference would be a big sirti backwards in attempts to rive school boards local auton Pave Russell j Vioiria Park Friday got cre i for the shortest speech of I session as the Alberta sped through reduced for detailed The honorable member has the honor of the shortest speech of the said of Vancouver This is seas had er rtiuiwi carried awv ate was all Russell had hal I to when an act to establish rin a culture wheelhouse and power but no steeriiii I The weather service sil u strongest official wiml rradns was 71 niles an Ixrrr at the Portland and recreation was in Speaker Art The provincial secretarys Antinoise veliicle law introduced VICTORIA CP Legisla tion was introduced in the Bri tish Columbia legislature Fri day which would set maximum levels for motor Amendments to the motor vehicle act would also provide regulations preventing the distribution or use in of any vehicle which could not maintain such Another amendment to the motor vehicle act would make it mandatory for all drivers licences to carry the holders department will be disbanded jiovV I this with its various I The Vr new department duties transferred to other de1 will be that of the will be responsible for youfh and recreation luutli pollution control will assume responsibility that call for heavy the cultural development I fines nd dosing of Branch the Jubilee auditorA itwman committee will iums in Edmonton and total land tenure the advisory board on ob1 as it relates to the jecUonable public relations the Glen Institute and the thi iinpe of the Social Development Minister Ray Speaker told Bob Dowling the committee will consist of representatives from the federal and provin cial governments and tin Metis Association of The study follows an incident in which 300 Metis people in the Fort Vermilion area of northern Alberta were threat ened with eviction by the own ers of land on which they 11 sentenced MADRID Heuter The Madrid public order which tries political j sentenced 11 men Friday tOj prison terms ranging from 281 months and one day to six1 months and one day for having worked for the Spanish munist party in Cordoba prov in southern between 1968 and The court conj victed the men of illegal on AT Weather and road report SUNDAY 47 16 p rat ROTHMANS CALENDAR OF COMING EVENTS emaaUt iraO Tten rewiw Special Events Caravan Tim its pobllc mi modern staaa futilities is availabla 1m cf chitse by writing to Promotion Rothmans of Pall Mall Canada 3403 8th Street Sratli Calgnr Conflicting statements by accused on LSD trip Burf Ci j rge MARCH 27 The WhoopUp Saddle Club will hold a dance ta the Polish Hall at Box lunch The Lethbridge Old Time Dance Club will hold a dance at Assumption School at Everyone welcome young and Southminster Circle and Square Dance Club will hold a regular dance at 830 in Southminster Church Ladies please bring a Fort Macleod Old Time Dance Club is hold ing a dance from in the Ele mentary n Loyal Order of the Moose will hold a social and dance at the Moose Hall at 9 MARCH 30 The YWCA World Relationship Committee will have a Dessert Bridge in Southminster Church Hall at 115 p Phone 3277060 or The Rothmans Weekly Calendar of Events is a service that is provided free of charge to all nonprofit oganizations in the In order that your organizations events are listed on the send the necessary inform ation by mail please to HELEN The Lethbridge Herald MARCH The McKillop UCW will hold a mrdin I 730 in the Church Hall with Hi Walker as guest The WhirtAWays will square dance in Augustines Parish HrK r BM p Box lunch APRIL 2 A general meeting and Past night for the Lethbridge AssocktH adian Travellers Club will be hrl t t M p in the El Rancho Motor APRIL 3 A spring tea and bake sale will in the Church Hall by the McK from 25 The Tuesday evening unit of So r UCW are holding a Rummage Sale SMIIII minster Hall at Dr Mewburn OBE will hold their Spring Rummage hVo H 9 B in Gym 2 Civic Sports APRIL 4 The Southminster Choir will Passion and Easter parts of siah in the Church at 3 CP murderer Dale Merle iNjbon told one RCMP officer io as on an LSD trip the night r persons were murdered in ivt but denied he the drug in an interview i with a second police ques i A tape recording of a conver i behreen RCMP its McLeoti and Kelson was Friday in a hushed in this Eoutheastern Columbia winre Nelson is on trial for i The tape was made on i the day Nelson was ar I McLeod asked whether he bad gone to the i of Alex where two XTTOHS were Nelson itpied I dont want to think I mean you already Must have been the i I Nelson told arrel Shield of the RCMP in an interview later that he had ot taken LSD on the night of the murder Reading from notes he made uring the Shield estffied in Supreme Court hat Nelson told him he wanted to think the hallucinatory 24yearold bangs self EDMONTON fCP Joseph atrick of Ed monton was found hanged in city police cells early Friday soon after he remarked to police that he suffered from AWARD WINNER The best tobacco money can buy In the taped McLeod asked Nelson if he Killed sevenyearold Tracey i Jean Raymond John and his infant soi Roy Kenneth It all happened right clson The staff n a had ieen arrested on a charge of impaired driving An inquest is to be i Tl drug was responsible for his 39 21 42 31 18 03 19 1 38 15 47 37 37 10 47 37 20 15 19 17 6 20 22 31 re neisun The staff ser geant asked if Nelson wanted tn discuss the matter anil Hie latter answered It pleasant to think Nelsons defence said us court that Nelson was the pei son responsible for the deaths her daughter Tra his son Isabelle Alice Paul Roger Brian Ross and Catherine Rose He was originally charged with the murder of all is on trial specifically in the deaths of Tracey Wasyk j Catherine Rose The trial was adjourned tn 21 22 27 35 31 34 23 34 21 13 09 08 37 9 32 14 35 23 35 32 37 32 28 64 Paris 41 50 Umdon 54 Berlin 32 50 Madrid 61 Moscow 27 37 33 FORECASTS LETHBRIDGE Cloudy becoming sunny b y noon Chinook conditions south western sections spreading across the region this after Highs in low Cloudy gusty wester ly highs hi MEDICINE HAT Cloudy becoming sunny this highs lows Cloudy highs in low COLUMBIA Today and Sunday Mostly Wind reaching south 20 in the main valleys Highs today and Sunday 35 to except in the high 40s in the Kootenay West district Lows tonight hi the AttIS CHALMERS MACHINERY Soccer results Griffin Mr Retth Area Mnnnger of Engineered ti pleased 10 on ncunce hot Griffin of Llhhrtdgft area hot been nam i ed Engineered lomes Top Saloi I In Canada for the month of Griffin ii a very worthy recipient of ii A Fehrnorv bonui orize with i uw in that of LONDON CP Old Coun try soccer results Saturday ENGLISH CUP Everton 1 Liverpool 2 SVoke 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 P 1 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 Middlesbiough 2 Luton 1 2 Cnariton 0 Norwich 3 Sunderland 0 Orient 1 Carlisle 1 SwiiKlnn 3 BlacKlmrn n Watford i QueenM PR 2 Divjsinn 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 Rcarlint 0 Vvaisaii 0 Halifax 0 Wrexham 1 Bristol R 0 Division TV AldBTsbot 0 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 FalHrk 0 Cowdenbealh 1 Mirren 2 Dundee 0 Dunfermline 0 Hearts 1 Aberdeen 3 Kilmarnock 4 Hibernian 1 Morton 0 Clyde 0 Mothers ell 1 Dundee U 2 Rangers 2 Ayr 0 Johnstone 4 Airdrieonians 1 Division II Albion 1 Foi far 1 Alloa 1 Partick 4 Abroath 7 Hamilton A 3 Berwick 1 Queens Pk 1 Clydehank 2 Brcchm 0 Montrose 3 Dumbarton 1 Raith 1 Queen of S 1 Stenhousemuir 5 Stirling 1 Stranraer 1 East Fife 2 RSI Ards 1 Bangor 2 Ballvmena 2 Cliftonville 1 Crusaders 0 Linfield 4 Deny 4 Coleraine 2 Distillery 1 Glentoran 5 GlenavoD 1 Portadown I For pricei and detail on the AllisChalmerl line of farm equipment contact Harrit Dick Orsten Bert Erickson FINANCING AVAIIABU GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADB GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES OUTTS HIGHWAY y Carway to Card icy Card travel lanes OFFICIAL AS AT TODAY COURTESY OF AMA mostly covered with packed snow or Highway Monarch to Car travel lanes Highways 52 and travel lanes Highway some short icy Highway Trans Canada Calgary to Revcl Lethbridge travel lanes ic Lethbridge to travel lanes bare Lundbreck to the EC some snow packed icy mainly bare with a few t Lethbridge to Generally in Dare ttintcr driving BanffRadium BanffJas Lethbridge to bare escept for occa sections east of Carcl tn ng icy Iliiilnay Pincher Creek to per highways arc bare and in good winter driving CrestonSalmo highway is mostly hare and sanded where TOUTS 01 ENTRY Opening and Closing Coults 21 Carway 9 to 6 Del Bonita 9 to i 9 to 6 24 j 1orlhlURykcrts 8 to Chief Mountain S to t ;