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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Sofurdoy, Moy 5. 1973------------------------- News in brief Vancouver body identified been a 25- V ICP) A girl. ties. The skull had buncd Thursday in a grave i smashed, possibly by marked only "unknown female" pound rock that was lying on identified Friday as Susan her chest. llarie Martin of Vancomer. Beneath the badly Police said positive identi- fication was mt.cie b} a Van- coiner dentist. Charts cf denta! done on the girl had been distributed to dentists across Canada. The girl's body was dis- coxered March 21 in under- growth in a Vancouver park by a man searching for beer bot- decom- posed body was a newspaper from 1972. Police said Friday the girl es- caped from the Willingdon School, a reformatory, last June. They said she had been looked after by a children's aid society before entering She was 15 when she died. Her slaver is still at large. Soldiers; die near border BELFAST (API Three ly known, said a military com- British so'dier? were killed dur- mand spokesman. an explosion and sub- The ircident occurred onlv a sequent investigation on a coun- few yards from Northern Ire- try road in Northern Ireland to- land's border with the Irish re- day, armv heaciqua'lers said, public The of the T hi tuo soldiers have deaths were not immediate- died since Januan. 1 Civilian exchange resumes; SAIGOX Renter s, The national Commission of Control South government i and Supervision (ICCS) at and the let Cong agreed today Quang Tri City below the demil- itarized zone. The agreement today ended an eight-day deadlock which The cxchanw vill take place has prevented the exchange of lih siipcm.Mop Ijy (he Inter- about 1.000 civilian prisoners. to resume the release of civilian prisoners held b> the two sides, a Saigon military spokesman said L.S. consul kidnapped Ottawa has funds to tidy pollution GU-VEMLAJARA (AP) i unless the Mexican ernment rhree leftist terrorists k id-' frees 30 prisoners and flies napped U.S. Consul-General Terrence G. Leonhardy Fridaj night and said they will kill him them safely to Cuba. Reports said shots were fired was nth o chi children, Deaths Lindsay. Mls- campbell Frost. 77, won three election uctories as a i Conservative and stayed as pre- mier of Ontario longer than any other in the 20th centurv. deserve to pay less for fire insurance THev do at Absta'ncrV. Because ou- experience has snown that abstainers have fewer accidents fpwor home {ires That s why we can in- sure for less. If you re a ron dnr.l-fr ran af'oid not to look I-MO Abstainers insurance for your home HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201 3rd.Ave. S. Phone 328-7777 ABSTAINERS' INSURANCE COMPANY (CP) Up to dard and then proceeding to S20 million a year ui federal clean up municipal and indus- government loans is available trial waste, to clean up pollution in the i The agreement would par- coastal waters off southern that between the federal British Columbia and the rivers and Ontario to flowing into them. Environment clean up the Great Lakes and Minister Jack Davis said today. a similar projected agreement Mr. Davis said the could trie provincial government t o municipalities on a long-term, I low-interest basis with a 25-per- j cent forgiveness clau.se j He said the monej was avail- able to clean up pollution in the Straits of Georgia and Juan cie Fuca and their waters, including the F r a s c r River, which carries much of money v.-ith Quebec on the lower St. be channelled i Lawrence. Comeback Retired drivers of old, draffy electric-streetcars in Victoria, B.C., gathered re- cently for unveiling of new display at provincial mu- seum. B.C. Hydro restor- ed and presented an old car, which used to rattle up and down city streets. From left are drivers Bill Dayton, 88, Archie Doher- ty, 67, Fred Hawkins, 64, and Bill Kirkbridge, 86. Leonard W. Koehler, 70, Lutheran church the sewage and industrial waste leader. sen e r a t e d bv communities Saskatchewan sat record 72 days Barrett plans no fight over B.C. coal port site PORT ALBERNI, B.C. (CP) Dave Barrett, has been taking a hard who line with Ottawa over the Trans- Alaska pipeline controversy, said here Friday night he doesn't want to fight the feder- al government over the place for a coal port in British Co- lumbia. Mr. Barrett said earlier Fri- day, in Nanaimo, B.C., that he looked forward to reading a federal government environ- mental study that recommends Ridley Island, near Prince Ru- pert, B.C., as a good terminus for coal from the rich Sukunka fields. 'If the federal environmental studies prove conclusively that the Prince Rupert location at Ridley Island is good for a coal port, will sit down with Ot- tawa end talk about the roost economical means for shipping the premier told about persons at a a dinner here. plate "But the pre- mier added, "it was the B.C. government that forced these environmental studies." The B.C. government con- ducted its own environmental studies on the placement of a coal port on Howe Sound. That report concluded that a site at Britannia would cause minimal environmental damage. Most of the premier's speech here consisted of his usual view of the government's legi- slative record at the spring ses- sion. However, during the question period he said the provincial five per cent sales tax would not be increased as long as his government is in power. NO END TO TAX "I would dearly love to an- nounce an end to the sales tax, but I don't anticipate doing he said. "However, as long as this government is in office there will not be an in- crease in the sales tax and Child abuse fine boost reports may EDMONTON (CP) A gov- ernment backbencher Friday introduced legislation calling for a fine of up to S500 for per- sons who fail to report suspect- ed cases of child abuse. Cal Lee (PC Calgary Mc- Knight) introduced the amend- ments to the Child Welfare Act. They are expected to become law this spring. The legislation also calls for establishment of a central reg- istry for compiainis to allow the province to crack down on repeated cases of child neglect or battering. Under existing legislation, no penalties are provided for fail- ure to report although it re- quires people such as doctors to report their suspicions. Mr. Lee said outside the leg- islature that the Alberta Medi- cal Association has not yet j given its support to the con- j Calgary cept of a fine but talks are continuing. Another section clears anyone who reports their suspicions from possible legal said providing it as law should help the health and social de- velopment department to im- prove reporting procedures. will earnestly seek ways to eli- minate it." The premier also quipped at suggestions that the party cUn- i-ers he has been attending have cost too much money. "Any time a politician offers you a cheap meal, you're going to get cheap politics along with he said. Mr. Barrett wound up the second leg of his proyiniia tour. On Monday he flies U Prince George, then visits tcr race and Prince Rupert. STATION OPEN AGAIN ANGLESEY, Wales (AP) Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgoger ychwyrn Drobwlll Antysi- liosogogoch is open again. The little railway station with the longest name in the world had been closed in a nationwide economy rrwe by British rail. But the local town council cam- paigned successfully for its resurrection on ground of its uniqueness. British Rail said at the reopening ceremony Friday that it sold of the sta- tion's six-inch-long tickets last year, despite no one being able to travel there. GENERAL PRESENTSiTHE Weather and road report SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET 11 Lethbridgc...... 59 36 Pincher Creek .51 Medicine Hat.....65 Edmonton.......49 Banff........... 57 action. He admitted the provision REGINA fCPI The longest Cobb. 53, stretching from Prince George. legislative session in Saskatch- IL V-OiJlj chief engineer of television sta-1in central B-C- to the Greater lew an history ended Friday tion CJAY-TV Winnipeg from 39GO until he retired in 1971 be cause of ill health. MODERN INDUSTRIAL RENTALS 1250 1st Ave. 5. Phone 328-8896 "Industrial and Homt Owner Rentals" Rotofiilers, Lown Lnwn Combers end Aerators. Ferlil'zer Spreaders, RENTAL IS YOUR BEST BUY Vancouver area. night. The 72 sitting days sur- Mr. said the funds ipatsed by 19 a record that had could be used to bring water stood sines 1939. quality up to a ceitain stan- The third session of the 17th riard in designated areas with legislature prorogued after 130 the federal and provincial gov- been introduced, many ernments agreeing on a Of them controversial. program to achieve that stan- lusurance probe soughI disclose sources of party con- tributions. The government used the sas- sion to further its announced policy of maintaining a viable farm industry, and took more control over areas of the econ- omy affecting the province's fu- ture. Premier Allan Blakeney's will be difficult to enforce but The Liberal party's reaction g o v e r n ment highlighted its to most of the legislation was move toward control of future 1 that the government is seeking j development by passing the i to grab unprecedented power j Forest Act. which subjects all for itself. 'timber- management agree- EDMONTON 'CP) An even longer session could ments to review. c resulted except the gov- ernment withdrew major Democratic Party leader Grant bills, one dealing with an over- Xctley Friday called for a haul of the administrative i oval commission into Alberta's structure of the University of incurance business, with par- Saskatchewan, the other limit- i ticular investigation cf regula-1 ing election-campaign spending come taxes wers increased, as toi-y bodies in the ince. and m a k i n g it mandatory to were oil and gas royalties and Grande Prairie 59 53 Victoria....... 59 Prince Rupert .49 Penticton...... 69 Kamloops..... 70 Vancouver...... 59 Saskatoon 64 Regina........ 53 Winnipeg........ Oti Toronto 46 Ottawa......... 50 Montreal........ 52 New York....... 66 Chicago......... 53 Washington 61 Miami....... 84 Los Angeles...... 71 I Phoenix........ 94 ST. LOUIS, Mo. (AP> The i Las Vegas 85 Mississippi River is to crest! Denver......... 78 84 63 ___ 61 Mississippi crest not a problem ST. LOUIS, Mo. CAP) Mississippi River is to again at Hannibal, Mo., today, t Rome the 55th consecutive day of i Paris London SurpluS JUst under flooding in the river valley. But with pleasant weather', Beilin........79 holding over much of the flood Amsterdam 64 sissippi, today's river crests I Madrid 66 and the ones that will follow to i Stockholm......57 the south in the next week are Tokyo........... 67 Personal and corporate in-1 not expecetd to make matters' Lcthbridge-Medicine Sunny today, chance of after- Vre i noon showers, highs BO-65, clear tonight, lows near 35, 39 sunny Sunday, highs near 63. 35 Calgary Cloudy periods to- 34 .05 j day. chance afternoon showers 31 j highs 55 60, clear tonight 42 .01' lows near 30, mostly sutinj 37 .Oo Sunday, highs near 60. 40 Columbia Koolcnay Toda? 44 .02 sunny. Sunday sunny in th .15! Columbia area. Lows tonigh 3u .03 35 to 40. 33 -13 41 East of Continental Uivide- 4> Scattered showers and isolate 4-1 I afternoon thunderstorms eas 42 i few showers west today. Clear 66 .03 jng tonight. Few showers ex- 53 trcmc cast Sunday otherwis. 70 partly cloudy and slightl; 57 j warmer. Highs today 55 to 65. 42 Ixnvs tonight 35 to 45. Highi 54 j Sunday 60s west 55 to 65 east 57 i Wrst of Continental 43 ..'Partly cloudy today throug' 52 j Sunday except few afternoon 52 showers over the mountainr 54 today. Slightly warmer Sun- 46 day. Highs today 60s. Lows to- 39 night 30s. Highs Sunday 55 t fi p m Wild Horsp "am to 4 p m. ;