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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE irTHBRIDGI HtdAlO Thundny, Mny 197? 'Anti-Jewish bias' shown by Observer SASKATOON" (CP) Dr. I convocation at St. Andrew's Col- j speech only to defend Hie poli- Emil I Kai-kcnhciiu. a Jewish Icgc where he rcravc'd an Iran-' cics of Ihe editor, or even at- theologiau from Toronto, says orary doctorate- of divinity. The lack, ollcn vociferously. Ihose the Unili'd Church of Canada is college is operated by Ihe who opposed (hose policies. practising anti-Semitism through its official magazine, the United Church Observer. "The United Church Observer has shown :ui ever-increasing anti-Jewish he told the United Church. "United Church officials, while taking refuge behind the editor's freedom of speech, have either themselves kept silent, or else used their freedom of Most-wanted list issued by RCMP OTTAWA (CP) The RCMP released its list of Canada's most-wanted criminals today. Two of the men are consi- dered "armed and extremely They are: Richard Leon firrpnf. 42. wanted by Ihe Winnipeg RCMP for escaping custody. lie Is con- sidered mentally disturbed and has a record of assault and rob- bery. Richard Alien Gould. 31, sought by Windsor and Toronto Hijack gunboat SEOUL (AP) North Korean gunboats hijacked a South Ko- rean fishing boat and its eight crew members Wednesday night, police reported. They said an undisclosed number of Com- munist gunboats opened lire on H fleet of South Korean fishing vessels operating near Siinml Island, S3 miles west of Seoul, before they hijacked one of them. police for theft, armed robbery, conspiracy and parole violation. Also new on the list are: Laszlo Nagy, 48, wanted by the RCMP In "victoria for being unlawfully at large. He is consi- dered armed and dangerous and has a record of violence involv- ing firearms. Nnrmand Joseph Itiopr-1. 26, wanted for charges including robbery, thelt, criminal neglig- The 0 bs e r v c r, he said, reached a new level of lending respectability to hatred of the Jewish people when it printed an article by John Nicholls Booth in its March issue. it pro in ot e d Ihe riority of Iho. hliick race, secret Zionist altacks on food and a Zionist threat to United States' liberties, said Dr. Fackcnheim. SILENCE AMAZING ''The extraordinary and irra- tional views of the editor of Tly Observer have long since ceased to amaze the Jewisl community. What causes contin ued amazement and pain Is thi silence and even active compli ance of officialdom. "No wonder the Canadian Jewish community thinks the United Church of Canada Tnonolilhically anti-Jewish. How co'.ilfl it Ihink otherwise0" Dr. Fackcnheim said he gardcd the invitation to aecep the honorary degree as a repu ence in the operation of a motor cies. diation oE the magazine's poll vehicle and crimes of violence. Considered dangerous. Joseph Geradns Dcvos, 31, wanted by Ontario Provincial Police for threatening death. He is considered dangerous and has a violent temper. Robert Daniel MacDonald. 29, wanted by the OPP and Toronto police for being unlawfully at large, personation and obstruct- ing a peace officer. Considered dangerous. Eugrnr. PC Rrprnligny, wanted by the Quebec police for escaping custody. Considered dangerous. "I have decided lo grasp thi hand which I know is offered sincerely, not only to me. but to the whole Jewish people Some Jews in his communlt showed astonishment and disbe lief at the news that he was t receive the honor, he said. Oth ers were fearful and suspicious He said the two reactions u'liile partially mistaken, were largely justified. Dr. Fackenheim said the Ob server also had emphasized the plight of Arab refugees in the Middle East to the neglect o: Jewish refugees. UNDER THE DOME The casket of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, 21st person to lie In state under the Capitol Dome, it placed on ths catafalque used in 1865 for Abraham Lincoln. (AP Wirepholo) Trudeau hit by Birchers TORONTO fCTi The John move was a "response to an ex-; Mr. Trudeau was socializing Birch Society is conduced (here isling growth pattern. is a Communist conspiracy in, As evidence of growing Coin- medicine. Mr. Westerfield said Uie soci- Canada, says ils public relations munist influence, lie eked the ety had received inquiries alter director. j Front de Liberation du Quebec i it printed an article bv freel- Rex Westerfield of Relmont, I '-war Mass., visiting Toroiuo lo ex-; said SPOTLESS Toshiko, a four-month-old spotless gir- affe, enjoys a warm day under the watchful eye of her mother at Tokyo's Ueno Zoo. It was the first public show- ing of the fawn. Ueno officials believe there ore only Iwo other spotless giraffes Toshiko's sister Ryoko, and one In Uganda. (AP Wirephoto) Humphrey is victorious in Ohio Democratic contest ST. PAUL Minn. (AP) Senator Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota has won Tuesday's Ohio Democratic presidential primary election, defeating Sen- ator George McGovem for the slate's 38 at-large delegate votes to be cast at the Demo- cratic national convention in Miami Beach in July. Humphrey surrendered many of the state's 115 congressional district delegates to McGovern, whose supporters said the South Dakota senator would Humphrey "dead even." stand With 90 per cent of Ohio's I delegates lo fho national con- polling places tabulated by state election officials, Hum- phrey had 3D at-large votes and 38 from eight congressional dis- tricts, while McGovern had 64 delegates from 13 congressional districts. Thirteen other delegates were won by local favorites. In another Tuesday primary, Humphrey defeated Gov. George Wallace of Alabama in Indiana, getting 47 per cent of the ballots cast and 55 ol the 76 Farm credit bill draws criticism OTTAWA (CP) Credit- loosening legislation [or farmers was roundly criticized in the Commons Wednesday as an- other government step to de- stroy the family farm. Two Saskatchewan farmers, Stanley Korchinski and Alf Cleave (NDP- Saskatoon said amend- ments to the Farm Credit Act that would allow the Farm Credit Corporation to make larger loans to more farmers would lead to an early takeover of small farms by big enter- prises. Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson said the bill is necessary tn give the corporation power to Gas rates dissatisfaction interests utilities minister The Herald Legislature Bureati EDMONTON Len Werry, minisler of telephones utili- jes, told the legislature Wednesday he has no clout with the public utilities board, Hit is interested in convilamts from Alberlans "very dissatis- fied with gas rates." Gordon Taylor leller) snid individuals and jroups feel gas rates are too ugh and appealing the rates to he utility board is too lime consuming. Mr. Taylor asked if the min- ster would make represenla- ions on behalf of citizens lo the ward. Mr Werry replied no. The board Is an "autono- mous and quasi-Judicial said Mr. Werry. "There is no direction received by the public utilities board from cny gov- ernment minister." However, Mr. Werry said he would hear complaints from for all eral designs for new RCMP administer government small farms development policy. This is a seven-year, program lo help young farmers build up [arms and help older, poorer farmers retire or move into olher occupations. Debate on the bill, which would raise to from the amount the credit corporation could lend invidi- dual farmers, wliile lowering to IB from 21 the age limit on farmers eligible to borrow, began lale Tuesday and will continue today. vention. Tennessee holds its first presl- denlial primary today. Wallace was expected to win all of tho state's 49 Dcmocralic delegates. T arrives in Bucharest BUCHAREST (AP) Pre- mier Golda Meir of Israel ar rived in Romania today amid reports that Bucharest may try to help defuse the Arab-Israeli crisis. She was welcomed at the air- port by Premier Ion Gheorghe Maurer and other officials, the official Romanian news agency, Agerpres, reported. It Is the first trip by an Israeli government leader to the Com- munisl world and Israeli offi- cials describe Ihn journey as a major event. They see little chance, however, that it will produce any immediate peaca move in (he Middle East. Fmcign Minister Abba Eban said Romania was not a poten- tial mediator but was "only in- terested in conveying and ex- plaining the positions of both sides" in the Arab-Israeli stale- mate. GENERAL Weather and road report SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNSET Lctnbridgc signs to Ottawa but hasn't re-1 Medicine Hat ceived ary federal zgrccTicnt pinchcr Creelc yet, Attorney-General Merv Calgary Leitch said. Krimonlon In an interview, Mr. Leitch Jasper..........53 said that as a result of pres- residents because the govern-1 sure, primarily from Allrctans, menl is with operatives anil rural elcclrifl-1 versed itself on a plan lo re cation authorities lo try lo cut i place the initials RCMP uliiity costs. j buildings and cars with word police. The ing lo HOSI'ITAI-S A bill which would establish a commillee lo review and in- spect the manner in wliich all Alberta hospitals operated was given first reading in the legislature Wednesday. In introducing Ihe Hospital Visitors Committee Act, Don McCrimmon (PC Ponoka) said llrj committee would have the right lo examine hospitals in a general way. It would have Banff Grande Prairie en-1 the federal government has re-. River Penticton on Prince George hc Kamloops Vancouver government is attempt. Albert )lace Alberta-based com-' panics on equal fouling with Slvjft (jllrrent foreign firms in bidding large-scale construction jects In the province, Bill Dick- le, minister of mines and mm- erals said. Hs told (he legislature tha1 Alberta companies do not now have the capability of handling such projects as the S400-million EDMONTON (CP) A guar- anteed onual income for every Canadian would cost the same amount as the present welfare system, national Social Credit care, treatment, rehabilitation and general altitudes of pa- tients employees and to j study planning and programs and co-ordination of pro- grams for the care, treatment and rehabilitation of patients and the prevention of disease. MUNICIPAL GRANTS Municipal grants under Al- berta's Summer Temporary Employment Program will be limited to towns and cities, Bob Dowling, minister without portfolio said. Villages and hamlets will be covered by government depart- oader Real Vednesday. Instead of Caouette said paying bureau- crats across the country' lo go nto homes to see if husbands are sleeping with wives, or if authority to inquire into the I Syncrade Canada Ltd extrae- tion plant In the Athabasca oil sands of northeastern Alberta. Bui the government, by mak- ing sure that Alberta-based firms have a chance to parti- cipate In such projects, hopes Ih'' r-ompanirs wi'! dovc'op "The expertise that Is needed." 56 58 67 59 70 61 57 67 l'.0 55 43 Cl 53 Toronto..........62 68 .02 Thompson North Bay I Winnipeg ment project, he told Grant River- pointed its first full-time co-or-; ler Trudeau to create a dicta, dinator in Canada, said the'torship. In addition, he said, emergency." which he j ance writer Alan Slang which I have changed in the was Communist-inspired noted the presence of drugs and home, there should be a guar- plain why the society has ap-j because h allowed Prime Minis-1 "wispy Ho Chi Minn bears" at anteed annual income for ev- he told 170 people at a fund-raising dinner. He suggcslefl an income of SI ,200 a year for single persons 18 years and older and S2.5COO for a married coupl' a year for each child The welfare system had to Exclusive Businessman wanted who high yearly Income In own business in Lethbridge (oilier areas available) High annual potential in prestige rent-a-car business CoasI lo coast offices in over 300 locations provlclo advance reservations. Roacly mado nalionwida market of expense account businessmen fjxo.culivc credit card program. PowGrtiil national advertising in Time, Nrjv.swr.e.k, Finnnr.ialPosI.Businc-sfAVeek and oilier mass media. Complclo training program nt Thrifty National Headquarters and on location. Nn previous oxpcri- rncr; nncossary. Succosslul merchandising program geared lo your local cnr rental Ar.l now! We (I ho hapny lo li'H you the fiiclr, abo'Jl Ihr. mnrkcl, our company, llio prolil piuu and tho complclrj woll-rounded proqram that provido ynu with an exceptionally hlqh annual Inr.omo. Truly .1 growth company in a Industry. Tor further information r.alt orwrilo Dol) Moulrcy. Pranr.hlsr: Director ?60 Dnvi onMim-Mio) Norlh Amoricn's KaBlesI Growing RonlalSyslem RENT-A-CAR Rochdale College and the rieci. sion hy "Premier 'Red Mike' Pearson" to admit draft dodg- ers and deserters from the United Slates. lie said the society will not i engage in direct political activ- ity in Canada hut expects its members lo express their oppo- j sition lo Ihe United Nations or j Canadian wheat sales to China i "as individuals." Notley Mr. Dowling, the minister re- sponsible for the program which is aimed primarily at students, said S700.0M in grants to municipalities would go to cities and towns hecause pro- jects involving less than would be of lillle benefit. He said it is more practical to use provincial departments Stronger wheat pact wanted ST. PAUL, Minn. (CP) Eleven major United States and Canadian farm organizations called Wednesday for a stronger international wheat agreement, terming il essential lo improve farm prices and incomes. The 25 delegates agreed to small cen- seek aclion by Iheir respective governments to negotiate "ade- will spend quate price provisions" as soon to create jobs in trcs. The government, more than SI million on as possible. plus ,ils dePa''1- i They pledged to continue dis- change, he said, because it en- couraged laziness and fraud. Germans Canada OTTAWA (CP) Last year I there were almost two U.S. iiors to Canada for every Ca- nadian, Statistics Canada re- ports. Total visitors by U.S. rosi- dcnl.s were .'58.-1 million, a "Education is our only srrat-' Knrlicr. he told a high school egy; truth is our only weapon." audience that revolts hy young people against society are not surprising when only students out o! more Ilian a million could find jobs last summer. "We are not surprised thai young people revolt against (he society in which they are not allowed lo integrate.1' He also said that the com- plexities and confusion in Can- ada today "do not arise from m-jnis lo bolster the summer job market. TAKKOVKR TALKS Alberta government officials intend to meet with Revenue Minister Herb Gray to discuss the rlcfails of !he federal gov- ernment's foreign takeover pol- icy, Premier Peter Lougheed said. Mr. Lougheed said the pro- vincial government hopes to have a response lo Ihe federal policy, announced In the Com- mons Tuesday, in a matler of weeks. Alberta has submitted sov- Oltawa Montreal Quebec ........41 St. John's Halifax...... Charlottelown Frcdcricton Rome........... Paris........... IjOndon Amsterdam.......Gl Brussels.........73 Moscow......... 60 Stockholm....... 60 Chicago.........53 L Prc 411 41 38 37 37 .11 31 .H 34 30 36 46 211 41 40 40 36 25 34 39 29 40 39 Miami...... Washington Los Angeles San Francisco Las Vegas FORECASTS T.f thhridgc, Mr'Mcine TI a t, Calgnry Today: Mostly sunny, phowcrs in a few lo- calities this nlli'rncon. Highs nrar tiO. Lows :io-H3. Friday! Mainly sunny. 55-CO. Columbia, Koolenay To- day and Friday, sunny ijoiuc .afternoon cloudiness. A few showers and chance of brief Ibundcrshowers in the af- ternoons. Gusly winds with the showers. Highs today 65 to 70 but near GO in the northern Co- lumbia region. Overnight lows, 35 to 40. Highs Friday GO to 65. MONTANA Easl of Continental Increasing c 1 o u d i ness today with widely scattered showers and a few thundershowers hy afternoon. Cloudy wilh scatter- ed showers and cooler tonight 40 27 .09 31) 35 .32 33 65 north, 65 to 70 south por- and Friday. Highs today 55 to 35 1.65 49 49 New York 40 68 71 63 50 45 60 43 43 45 71 67 1.09 tion. Lows tonight in Ms. Highs Friday mostly 40s north and 50s soulh. Wrsl of Continental Increasing c I o u d i ness today wilh scattered showers this af- ternoon through Friday. Cooler Friday. Highs today 55 to 65. Lows tonight 30s. Highs Friday mostly 50s. it and circulation Canadians bad to Irani to re- sped Ihrir ccinslilulion beloro pcr-cenl increase Irom 11170. As defects in our constitution." ucll, there werr visitors "II is a problem of money fruin countries. and so niur-h downright i'znov- 1 ('.'iiiada cnrnrd si.3 billion ninr of Ihn nature nl coin, crnd. spending by foreign vis- i itors, but Canadians travelling in other lands spent. -SI.3 billion. from Mrilain Intalled last year, a drop of from Iho year before and the decTeaso for ntiy conn- I ry Tiii1 incrcai-e in I fruin "When each province Is re. spcclcd In Ihe confederation, when they arc moro autonomy and pnwrr. then ll.erc will be no more fiidil.s." Mr. Caoiirllo I.H on n two week tour of western Canada. Bald nin nominated nriANDK pnAiniE (CP) H. W. Ilakhvin, Progres- sive Con.scrvalivc House Leader In Hie House of Commons, won the CoiiMTvallve nominallon lor Ihe Peace Iliver ridinj; Wednes- rlay Mr. Mnlrlwin has represented Ihe cnmtiluoncy ulnco 1BS7. cussions among North Ameri- can farmers and to extend them lo concerned fanners in other important grain-producing coun- tries. At Issue is the lack of any price provisions in tlx current, three-year International Grains Arrangement wliich runs to 1974. Price structures collapsed during the life of the previous agreement negotiated in 1967. Leading wheat nations agreed in retrospect the floor prices set U.S. a bushel of No. 1 northern or U.S. hard spring- were loo high and were violated almosl immediately. As a result. Ihe new arrange- ment negotiated in IH7I dropped all price provisions and prov- ided only for regular consulla- fion. Canadian lakehend export prices now arc running .it fl.V.Ti a bushel for lop grades. A slalcmcnt Issued nflcr the two-day meeting here snld re- cent prices have not been satis- fnclory lo and have no! given them nny financial bene- I from Increasing world I whoat AT A DISCOUNT PRICE Equal depth, individually adjustable Hce Shanks As- sures uniform penetration, staggered arrangement of openers for maximum trash clearance. DEAL TODAY AND SAVE GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES IRRIGATION AND FARM EQUIPMENT DIV. Coulls Highway tethbridge, Phone 328-1141 AS OF A.M TODAY COUKTESY OF A MA All highways In bridge district are dry. Highway 1 Trans Canada Highway, hare and dry. There arc per cent loading reslrlcl.ions on the following highways: Highway 61, from 12 miles east of Ihe of Ill-hway (he Lcth- soulh of Foremost lo Manybcr- bare and ncs. Highway rr2, from Magrath lo Del llonila. lliflliway X from (irnssy Lake to Medicine1 Hal. Secondary road SH.i from Highway 2 lo the fli-lly River Bridge near Glcmvood. Scrord.M-y ro: d from mi'cs r.orlh c.f lo II) 4 to Foremost nnd from 1 I miles I'c.cmor.t. POUTS OK KXTTiY inprnlni; Hosing Tlinrsi: Coulls .'I (I n.m. lo fi p.m.; !l .111. in i; p.m., Koosevillc, B.C. 0 a.m. lo li p.m.; King-gale. II C., :'l hours- I'ortliill Kykcrl.i 8 a.m. to midiughl. chief Mnunuin closed. Wildhorm, n a.m. to I p.m. ;