Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
SUNNT FORECAST HIC7H TUESDAY NfAR 60. LetHbridge Herald ALBERTA, MONDAY, MAY i, NTOT 10 CENTS TWO SECTIONS PAGES CARRIES DEAD COMRADE South Viet- marine carries cJpad comrade killed flurinq fiqhlinq olonq Poul" 1. miles soulh n( Ouang Iii Sunday. p'Cvindal capital Tell today to North Vinlnamric force'. (AP Wircpholo) ie sayings of Tmdeau By DAN TUHNT.R OTTAWA TTI Mcried nf Prime Min- Pierre lilliull Trurlcau have been complied by a liiyh official in hi? office, and inn inlo a book. Conversation Canadians and published by Ihc University cif Toronto 1'rcss. Ihc volume is being ?onl In bonk stores. for official publication Way II is Hiiled hy Ivan Head. of Mr. Truricau's nssisianl.1-. and cui'tains cxccrp's f r c m imeriiew.s quoliun mid-answer bclnx'ca Februan. nionlhs .Mr. Ti u- liean became prime February. In his foreword. -Mr. 11 end says Ihal the prime minister lias an allraclneness Ihal ''stems from his freshness of oiitlonL li.is audacity, his intellectual hon- esty. Mr. Trudeaii's sptvches. he. havp. been de- >rribcrl as "so beautifully wordeti that they almost luiunr] like poetry.'1 Ips on speeches Mr. Head since September, 1970, lias been the chief; Draftsman on a team of assistants who help compile prime ministerial speeches. The hook costs in hardcover and ui (In Parliament v.-lu'r0 jusi nhont nil} 'bp doc.- r ihn s homy lakcn ?.b ?n -Icelinn hini-lhr1 puMirnimn rf Mir heok is regarded M'-mo Hs a ihe rmi'i off nailed Innsz'.T P'-IVJU'T Ihc? ImnU.-.sn as to pmclure R mnrr rnmplei crl nf ibe primr PI mister's if rni rlrt-iinn for fall or :bc sprini; of lir: Hillary M.-ir.Mnil. fnr Ihe publihher, derliiu-'i in many topics v.ill make up ilic first p: Asked uhclluT Ihciv arc i-xpi-ctalions of a best- seller. Mr. Marshal' "f Hunk sell a few nf .hem all i-idii bui in VU-M n boot, in Til." fnin.uMf) M, M; r1- ".v.-id .j. .iny pnlijir In rnrnil ('.DTidi.in hi 'ni Ulir rvamplr, Mr II' ;d. I- I or nf 7iiulr -.ell allribulcd lii Mr. Trudcau ad'-r Imnicrv had Ihioun iirain at him in vVmnipei: in Pctmibi-r. Tim -iciiinl c ;i rl IM "WcU. ilmiild I Mir larim TV' uncal.'" 'llir on ii> ilni (ho pnnm .innisliT uriil on In Ihal uhral is first, anrl fnrn- THI-I Ihp f.'iniirr pinhl.'in." br- llu-rd ,ird thni i: b id n pn-f-nh-d Mr Ti nade vhcn luivcihni: a nunuimrnl lo Rirl in Ho- ;ina in Oclnbn-, I'liiii when be Ihe. lesson of Kiel Mini "il is .-ill r.i-.y, .-.lumld (listiirbaniv; nrupl, n rni.sll m M.-iinr nf order" Id III) lii n.'lli.li fnllnuUlj: he I'l ni nf nrr, (icinbf-i, ilui'jnc Ihii (iiicb'T en -is. CBC Prcsi- drill Cicorse Davidson is lo vi'sijjn from tin1 owiird to accept an appointment as I nilctl Nn- (ions in clinrpe of Ixulgrl, tinam-ii ;unl adininislrnlinii. lii.s of- firr announced today. stress found HOLLY'VOOD CAP! Film actress tiia was found dead in Ihe bcdrnom of her Hol- lywood hnmc Sunday, police re- I'ovtefl today. Hcleclivcs said (lie 3o-ycnr old hrunetle. max1 have died from an accidental oxerdoso (if drills. U f f i South Viet- nam's first provincial capital fell lo [he -North Vielr.dme.se today after five1 days ol" .savage assaults in tho northern sector by troops of four divisions, giv- ing Hanoi ils biggest victory (if its M-day offensive. South Vietnamese I r o o p s abandonee] Quane Tri and Communist hands lorn- lory falrL'lching from Llic demili- tarized zor.c 27 miles lo the south. This May Day triumph fol- lowed the seizure of full control of the population and important rice crops along (he central coast: Ihe culling of Highway One in crucial points iiurlh uf Nang. Mil- of 11 if I .S. air ;jm) mni-wrd pvrTiSiiiT on Knnluio. yiiiUlnir provincial capital in Ihe central highlands. the fall of tjnang Tn, capital of the province of (he same name, a I h ITS I. became more imminent to the. old impe- rial capital of Hiu1. now only 2-1 miles south of (he northernmost defensive line nf the South Viet- namese on Highway One. ADVISERS EVACVATKI) Field reports came some S.OOn South Vietnamese Ironps wen? living I" escape HIP fallen rapi la'l as hcsi lltr-y rnuld. All American advisors wfri' safely evacuated by hrliropler .shortly before it was decided lo aban- don plans to defend the city. Most of the civilians had long .since fled and only a lew re- mained. Cjuang Tri had a population of about 27.000. U.S. ai.J Souili Vietnamese of- ficials had .laid the objective of llu: iNoilh Vietnamese offensive to Qimng Tri and Hue, capitals of the two north- ernmost provinces. Hue is miles south of Quang Tri. There have been frequent re- ports that (be Kurlh Vietnamese would alleinpl in annex the two p r o of Tri and Tlnia Thicn as pad of a plan in pve Iliem po- lilifiil bargaining pnv.er. Olhrr objcdnos Of Mir Xnrlb XiplnninnsT Mrf'MiMu1 pi-n In dr. Feat (lie Smith Vielnanicse, army prove I hat ('resident Nix- on's Victimization program is a failure. The Communist drive in tbe. northern sector is believed part of a plan to seize South Viet- nam's luo northern provinces and to use (his as leverage in I he Vielnam peace talks in Paris. The Communist command alsr. is believnfl aiming at sciz- inr, cities in the cenlral highland1- and central coast. fivln ely i iilhng snulh id- in (vn. lo) MAY Red Squa bralion of Ar CELEBRATION in Moscow wheie Icioor solidarity fAP Wir hij I', general view of annual May Day celp- as held Me May nday. lly THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Millions nl marched 1'nkiy in Ir.iriilinnal May Pay (ienionstralions of labor jol.idar- il.v. Fil vlrf.hn" OTTAWA (CD The Su- preme Court, of Canada today found that Ihe Canadian trans- port commission cried in a major point of in rejecting nppliealion wliich vould have allov.ed Ihe Koolenay and Elk Railway to move inlo the rich coal market in southeast- ern British Columbia. The commission is studying the court ruling lo sec Ihii Koolcnay ami Elk lion should be heard again. The court split six lo three on the single point of law in the commission Mas found lo be wrong. On other legal matters, Ilic court ruled that the commis- sion judged correctly. Counsel for (he Koolcnay and Elk Railway was not immedi- ately available for comment on Ihe Supreme Court ruling. The commission last. May lurried down an application by tho Koolenay and Elk to build an 80-mile rail link from Lino Creek, B.C., lo Roosville West, B.C., on the United Slates bor- der. The line would have linked up until tracks owned by Burling- ton Northern Inc.. a U.S. line, and uould have competed Mic Canadian Pacific Raikay for IrruisporUng coal fvom (he. coalfields in snulhea.Mern B.C In decision. I ho commis- sion said Ilic RaiKun Ac! pro hiliils n common carrier, such as Fiurlinplon Nnrlhcrn. from inlcrchnnchn: Iralfir uiib ;j Kx-king .slain in Kenya coup NAIROBI, Kcnxa (AIM Forces 1 o y a 1 lo Pre-sident, Cliche] Micomhero of Ij'.irundi rnisluvl ;m i.- n p Salurday "unpri innnai chi'-h .tiirl HIP fnrmt'l V. Mil.--, [jllrtl, r.-l'Iio from liijinniburn .'-.-m) Segp and heard About town if I IV.-M.I li.-u, in.-.ii nnn'. 1 'nr nir, ln'> i H1R snmrniif tunn ;il n roiil Imard iiu'cliiii: Mi.'iniiii doiiip, llio ini'viliihlr l-.'i- rlni-l, back Sun.lay I inve rrs: I'mi] :iskiiii: ;i M ard if hf l.lir. rnnr.v. company that is noi a common carrier such as l.hc KooLenay and Elk. Pierre Taschcreau, then vice- president of commission, said in Ihe commission decision Ihal, had it not been for this point, he have favored granting the Kootenay and Elk application. The court decision, urilltin by ,Hfr .Iiislirc Ronald said the commission interpreted this scL-ticn in loo restrictive a manner. The court said the section in the Railway Act mentioned by the commission is not intended lo prohibit traffic but lo allow (wo common carriers to inter- change traffic. The Burlington Northern had the power under its act of incor- poration lo reach an agreement. to inierL'hanpc Irattic with the Koolcnay and Elk. U did not have to seek permission under this section of the Railway Act. Baby pushed in carnage throuh scorchin desert ADELAIDK. Australia (API A scvpn-wceks-old pirl pushed in a baby Ihroupli ttie scorching Nullarbor desert for five days by her par- cnfs aflcr tho family's car en." leaked rlry. H ;i i I w a y vorkcr (iraham liroeiuvood. l'P. and his 10-year- old [old how I hey kepi baity Trudy Anna alive hy feeding her on water from Ihe car's radiator mixed with canned milk. The parenls on a pack of rookies and durine the chill de- sert nights huddled with Trudy-Anne between them 1o keep warm. The nnds s-c-l nut Sim- riaj. April ,'iloni: a fljrl ifi.'i') In Rni'l 111 south Australia, en route lo western Australia. Their pas lank was holed by a ry slarlcc) to valk i-inr 'nnprralurn in rnaiT Ihnn lO'i dc- They v.- scbonllcacv" .son. lie said wns lyinu in (lie desert, his tonpuc sunburned and with his fee; heavily "His (ii (1 baby wore a few miles down tin1 track. Tho baby was partially sheltered under her upturned pram." The fanul) reported re- aTirr medit al (real iiicnl in Fnrh ronimunisl recimcs in capila'> slaved major celebrations and East tJennany pararlrd a bristling array of So- virl m'ssilcs in an Hast Berlin military demonstration Ihal. the Vi'e.vt-yn fillies promptly branded illegal and provocative. Other Soviel-bloc celebrations Mere but in the United Stales was condemned by name for the firs! time since 19C3 in a May Day speech from Lenin's tomb. Speaking only three weeks be- fore President Nixon's sched- uled visit. Soviet President Ni- kolai Podgorny declared mili- tant solidarity those fight- ing "U S. in Indo- china. In Warsaw, also (o be visited b> Nixon. Polish Communist party leader Kdward Gierek de- livered a mild May Day speech, lie also declared solidarity with the Communist side in Vielnam bill marie no reference to Ihe Vnilcd States, Israel or West Germany. China marked the Holiday vilh local rallies in parks and squares instead of the huge pa- rades once held. El'SPKNDS SHELLING Peking announced it was sus- pending tbe shelling of Quemoy and Ihe other offshore island to allow Ihe Chinese Nationalist troops (here lo celebrate May Day. Since 1J153. China has re- served (he to shell the off- 5hore islr.ncls on odd-numbered cf the calendar. l.'J milliim .Japa- nese in MX Ma> Day v.hich ended p e ;i c r f n 1 1 y. The v nrkcrs atlopled resolution4, rlemnndinp ihe resignation of Prime Minis- Inr Sain and improved ]iviim conditions. TJH1 rcpnlution.1) said rac- rificed vorkcr newis in Ihc in- clusli ialisis. Il uas also a labor holiday in numerous non-Communist coun- tries of Kurope and Latin Amer- ica I'll! uas n nitrriKJl v.nvk day in Ihc 1'iiilrd SlaU'h, vhen1 il all [mpii aiul Labor Day i> in September FLOnrSVILLE, Tev. fAP) President Nixon said Sunday night no I'.S. ground forci-s will be recommitted lo the up war in South Vietnam but warned Hanoi il runs "a very preat risk'1 with ils current of- fensive. Jnvilintf questions from a crowd of Tcxans at ihe ranch of Treasury Secretary John Connally. that American combat troops arc no; directly involved in the Vi'.'lnam fight- ing. "Aii'l iir.mr v.ill v.id. The prcsidnni Norili nnm rims prrat rivl: if il cnnhn what be has repeat termed a naked invasion of tho South. "I just leave il IIP, Raid cryptically, "and they cau make their choice." BOMBING GOES ON7 At the same time. IIP asserted that U.S. bombing missions in both halves of Vietnam v.ill con- tinue bui will ho limilcd to mili- tary targets. tin said ficn. rreirrhlon W. Abrams. Ihc L'.S. ronimandrr in Saigon, had his "profes- sional judgmeni Ihal Ihr Smith will be able In bok] and deny to (he Norlh Vietnam- ese their goal which, of course, is to impose on Ihe people 17 cr.s arc hoping lor a "-.uibhinr an Mmnnrr ctcrlion. jp his "roads lo rc-.-oirces pi'o 'liivrniinenl mrmbci whim hinder1 to jiul ilic in .1 ophiicii nf r.ol In be are in- mood. rnrnihf'Ts nf "llr r.Tll il Ihr Pjrfrn- rliniv] In of :in linn mrnl 'li'lirr said Slnnlr-v rarly oU'ciinn In be under heavy riltark pwidr rrinie Mi in--I el- rjnn c 'iVu- I) e ni o c r ;i i c inn up. They mini lo in- Ihe House I lie fh--- I'arly Imiisc rind veteran ('Insure ucek thai AiiH'-ii ,m 11 MM nbi11 i'i pa i Mnn IIIMII The Inm; iird m unifaclnrt; s m ria> rrnmrnl pohev .si.iiemcnl on nf Ihr P1SC lh> Iheory now is that rei.'iikiiion of Inreirn subsidy plan m Ihe I" S. There an all-wealher highway alniiL! Mir budget debate when Ihr op- of Canadian industry In be nn- is concern in the rahmel ihat Ihr as the. pnsilion ]iarlies brn'r moved veiled in I1 irliamrnl Tuesday, this could pose a Ihreal lo ll'.r of a billinn nil, and Ilirir ;inieiiilmrr.'s- Trudrnu alnin; a drali bill. C ;i n a d i a n car indn.slry :iinl road cnrrii'nr ill "u .e Ihc "I'lr-1 p irlianfn- I Inn 1 in nice MinKler i> nn lh.il :n Nn ele.-ll HI pinini-r" Oppn i I pirn ni ll-n [h- uill .lulni '1 u: uri v ill ilouil a ni.'il.r r- nnn'iii'- i-. inrnil'iM s an- i ii iv meed drummer (he ni'pn- ilmn .spring in ,i jiii'ious In Canada'.1- ira'ic e Ibal is il i- .1 Librrnl fnr nol Ibe IIUM-JI nf fi om llr Mir November in lln> fldnpl.imi fjl fonnni1 pi'inF minir- bu'lrniary niu) prnmispr] u. "ill ho fi T" S.