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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD T'nircday. May 3, 1973 News in brief Indian Leader indicted WASHINGTON (AP) Kus Means. 08, a leader of the American Indian Movement (A.I.MJ and four others were indicted Wednesday by a fed- eral grand jury for conspiring to transport firearms illegally to the besieged village of Wounded Knee, S.D. and to Ma yor re-elected SLAVE LAKE, Alta. (CP) Leo Bokvert, who resigned as m-iyor March 17 after he was accused oi a conflict of inter- est in land transactions, was returned Wednesday as mayor of this town about" 250 miles northwest of Edmonton. Mayor Boisvert drew 259 Released on bail cross state lines with inteni. to J incite a not. i The indictment said the five knew the weapons be used unlawfully in furtherance j of a civil disorder." Maximum penalty on con- viction for conspiracy is five years' imprisonment and a 000 fine votes to 170 for Roger Elles- worth, his only opponent. 1 The byelection was called i when Mayor Boisvert awl coun- cillors Leo Jantzi and Lloyd Miller were named in an affi- davit charging conflict of inter- est in land transactions in a Slave Lake subdivision. JOHN, N.B. R. S. Ma- Icre of Winnipeg Free Press has been elected chairman of the r.ewly-formgcl Advertising Bureau ci Canadian Daily (ABCDXi, it was announced Wednesday. A statement said the bureau is a new sales organization rep- icscnlin1? 63 daily newspapers acios' tLe eountrj'. its primary sales and research activities will be di- rected towards the national field, the new bureau will a'so serve on an indiotiy-svide basis for the exchange of special market and readership studies, sales data and advertising prac- tice-' forms at the Ontario institution were bringing it up to modern standards. Dr. Shuiman charged that "hardened narcs and cons" have taken control of the refor- matory and a danger of a riot or walkout by guards is real. He urged that superintendent Scott Keane be replaced by a tougher man. The New Democrat charged that first-time offenders were living in fear of beatings and that the guards were helpless in their attempts to discipline trouble makers. SELL DRUGS Hard drugs, he said, were being peddled by convicts with passes that allowed them free access to all areas of the refor- matory. Dr Shuiman presented a lengthy list of problems at the institution, which he said were given lo him by guards who couldn't get their grievances publicized otherw ise. He named a number cf pris- oners who held free-access passes but noted they had been caught with drugs inside the walls. He also reported that an in- stance of male-female inter- course took place inside the prison and that the convicts had control of the prison radio sta- tion. Mr. Apps. who called a hr-stv news conference and postponed a trip out of town, defended Mr. Keane and said he helped up- grade a rundown reformatory. Mr. Apps challenged Dr. Shui- man to pnnc a number of his charges. He indicated the charges of sexual intercourse and the use of prison passes for drug selling could not be substantiated. Dr. Shuiman singled out a convict liason committee for special criticism and indicated his information showed it was packed with hardened convicts a number with drug charges inside prison and he suggest- ed it was the power structure of the entire reformatory. Mr. Apps, while conceding that the policy of allowing drug offenders to serve on the com- mittee, might need to be review- ed, invited reporters to meet with the committee this Fri- day. beating and drug taking have decreased, not increased and I shall challenge Dr Shuiman to prove h i s said Mr. Apps. Weather and road report SUNRISE SUNSET II L Prc Lctbbridftc Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie 65 63 64 65 68 Act change Not excited Diary of Lieut. Col. G. A. Officer Commanding N W.M. Police 1874. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 24th Started early. Crossed the Manas Toier and the Teton II times reaching Tori Benton about noon cut that I wanted to purchase horses. Enquired as to prices of stores. hhc to he jjbln to foJlov the N.W.M P. marcb with the help of a map? Our students axe just com- pleting a mop which each night's stop as well as points of interest mentioned in the diary, Send 25c to NW.MP. Project, Hamilton Junior High. Lcthbridgc. We offer our CONGRATULATIONS to the students of Hamilton Junior High en ths retracing of this trsJr of N.W.M.P, We Urge Everyone.To Visit KINSMEN WHOOP-UP COUNTRY LOCATED IN INDIAN BATTLE PARK -Sponsored by The Kin-imen Club of Beautiful Your beauty-sleep place...where you can dnd j'l those Fabulous in c v uc.r mC'Licin r, clopant peignoir se babydolls- IrrrJh 'Oi flowing flattering palazzo pajamas. In a wide range of colors an J prices. Con-e in and let uosho.v you tnc oxcitinj; and elegant Iv'erlita and fv'rrlp Normjn fCPi The Alberta HOR Producers Market- ing Board is not excited about establishing a market in Japan unless it is cf financial advant- age to producers. Sten Berg, chairman of the bord's export committee, said Wednesday. Mr. Eerg, in an interview, sajd contracts were initially of- fered to Japanese buyers at S43 and and have since drop- pad to hundredweight. N'o sales were rmde but the was optimistic tha! con- tracts would he signed at a "reasonable" level, he said. buyers had dovflopcd 3 natural reaction end claimed j prices were too high. VICTORIA fCTM Tough legislaton providing full dis- closure of the tine costs cf a mortgage and a coolinp- clf period in which the borrow- er may cancel out will come into effect in British Columbia July 1. A cabinet order-in-eouncil made public Wednesday pro- claims a section of the Mort- gage Brokcis passed at the 1972 spring session of the legislature but never proclaimed law by the Social Credit government. Attorney-general Alex Mac- donakl reporters he felt the act now piovides the best protection in Canada for some- one taking cut a mortgage. Under the act. the lender will have to provide three copies of a disclosure statement to t h e borrower, stating clearly the total amount of the mortgage, "bonuses." brokerage fees, inspection or appraisal costs and legal fees. It must also slate the amount ;-nd frequency of instalment payments, the date the mort- gage will fall due and how much will be owing at that time that the borrower may repay in full at any time, and the actual interest rate. Calgary 63 Victoria ..........56 Penticton 72 Prince George 67 Kamloops 72 Vancouver....... 57 Saskatoon ........56 Regina 54 Winnipeg .........56 Toronto 68 Ottawa 72 Montreal ----75 1 St. John's...... 41 Halifax -47 Charlottetown 50 Frcdericton 59 i Chicago .........62 New York........ 72 j Miami ...........73 Los Angeles...... Eli Las Vegas 7H i Phoenix .........89 i Rome.........70 j Paris........... 70 I Ixmdou.......... 55 Berlin...........55 39 35 39 41 33 48 49 40 43 49 34 35 18 43 48 58 29 33 37 41 39 59 .14 .23 .20 .11 .06 .01 0-4 49 58 54 52 46 45 Amsterdam......48 45 Moscow 68 48 Stockholm 57 43 Tokyo........... 75 57 Lethbridpc Medicine Hat S.mny. Highs near 70. Lows near 40. Friday: Sun'iy with afternoon cloudy intervals. Highs CO-C5. Calgary Today: Occasional cloudy intervals. Highs 63-70. Lows near 35. Friday: Sunny with afternoon cloudiness and chance of a shower. Highs 55- 60. Columbia Kootenay Today and Friday mainly cloudy and cooler with a few showers. Highs both days in the mid 60s. Overnight lows 35 to 40. MONTANA of Continental Partly cloudy today becoming cloudy tonight and Friday with scattered showers mostly wes- tern portion. A little cooler Friday. Highs today 60 to 75. Lows tonight 35 to 45. Highs Friday mostly GOs. Vlesl of Continental Divide Scattered showers today thru Friday. Chance of isolated thunders ho we r s over the mountains afternoons. A little cooler Fridaj. Highs today 65 to 75. Lows tonight upper 30s. Highs Fnday 55 to 65. MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE Gifts Wigs PcijnnKt COLLEGE MALI PKCNE 328-1525 IT PAYS TO LEASE! Leasing frees your working capital. leasing provides reliable transportation at low cost. You just tign o contract ond pay ONE regular monthly fee Your IOOSB tnn "laint'snanr.c, I'tepcs nnrj m. surance coverage, Contact BORIS KORESHENKOV, leasing and Insurance Dept. BENY AUTOMOTIVE ENTERPRISES LTD. 2nd AVE., 9rh ST. S. PHONE 328-1101 Rugged Built Cbte With Side Release GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY BOX 1202 PHONE 328-1141 OFFICIAL OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA AH highways In the Lethbndge district are hare and in good driving condition. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, bare and in good driv- ing condition. A 75 per cent loading re- striction has been placed on I ho following highways Highway 61 from the east junction of Highway 36 to Foremost and from 1 mile south of Foremost to Mcnybsr- rics. Highway 373 from 3 mile? north of Foremost to the end of the pavement. Highway 62 from Magrath to south of the U.S. border. Highway from Vauxhall to the junction of Highwaj I Highway 2, Cardston to the U.S. border. Highway 3. Medicine Hal lo Bow Island. Highway from Magrath tn Cardston. Secondary road No. t'on No. 2 to Rivor bi'icg'; near Glenwood. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Aden 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Carway G a.m. to 9 pm.; Chief Mountain Closed; Coults 2-4 hours; Del Ronita i: a m lo 5 p m Kmgsgate 21 hotns, Porlhili rtykerUs 8 a m. lo midnight; Hoaseville J) a m. to G p m Wild Horse 7 a rp lo 4 p m. ;