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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J? TO! 1OHBRIDCE IIFRAID Jrifuiriny. Mny I97J FATAL ACCIDENT AMempls by about 15 passing motorisls failed to free truck driver Wilfred Louii Bohner, 44, of Coaldale. He was pinned by his right arm in this Motorways truck was driving Friday morning. The iruck wenf off Highway 3 at Burmis. A fuel lank caught fire and ended me attempt to extricate Bohner from the cab. He died in the blaze. The unit was a Motorwayi Transport from lethbridge enroule to the Crowsnest Pass area. Decoux Photo Brandt seeks formula BONN (AP) Chancellor Willy Brandt of West Germany [ailed Friday to win opposition approval of a compromise for- mula saving his treaties thai week lo ease East-West tension. Urandl met for 2'.2 hours with Jlainer Barzel, the opposition leader whose votes are needed to guarantee ratification of the non-aggression treaties with Moscow and Warsaw. Both men confirmed they failed to make a political deal but Brandt said there would be further discussions. Time is running out before the divided parliament opens dc> bate Tuesday on the treaties, which recognize German tcrri- .orial losses in the Second World War. Brandt and Barzel wcra trying to work out n joint decla- interpreting the treaties as not being opposed lo evenlual of. Ihe two Ger- manys June 1 target date for Sportplex pool COALDALE (IINS) The excavation for flic Sportsplex swimming pool has been com- pleted bill much work Is still to lie cione. Volunteer labor from work- ers in the community is need- ed. This was stressed as town council recently went over n5 points of concern which coun- cillor Earl Foxall had listed for discussion and settling. The women's dressing rooms for Ihe pool need lo be curtain- ed lo provide for Individual change cubicles. The task was assigned lo councillor Mrs. Erna Cioertzen. The Sporlsplex building com- mittee will be In charge of nil volunteer work. It will meet lo plan the work and have select- ed volunteers perform numer- ous tasks, which Include finish- ing and painting of woodwork. Signs of all types must be put throughout Ihc building. Lo- cal people engaged In this work will be asked to help. Sidewalks, steps, (e n c Ing. lighting will be done when the pool is nearer completion. There is n baseball diamond tossed by Henderson adjacenl lo the pool. Council wondered how it could be used nnd yel nol have Ihe balls land- ing in Ihe pool. One suggestion was to put up a fence. Relocat- ing was another. Hopefully this would nol become necessary, councillors said. The Lethbridge counly re- gional rccrealion board will be asked lo handle Ihe opening of the pool, pool operations, and Ihe hiring program. The board had Informed council that another would be needed If the opera- lions of Hie pool were lo be its responsibility. The town had budgelled for sucli an expcsse allotment In additional to the It pays as its one mill share lowards recrealion. The Sporlsplcx management commltlcc will meet to set up rents} rales snrf machinery to open up the poo] facilities. Tentative dates are June 1 or by the end of June. Find more bodies in Idaho mine By GRF.G McINTYHE Herald Stall Writer EDMONTON The first thing the Alberta government musl do in dealings with the federal government, is develop some consistency In policy statements, opposition MLA Jlm Henderon charged Friday. Mr. Henderson Wctaski- win-Leduc) declared that thn iieir office of federal and In- tergovernmental affair Is no thing hut "building bureauc- racy on lop of bureaucracy." Pointing to the minister, the Hon. Don Getty, Mr. Henderon charged: "If tliis minister is Seeks to end discrimination New rights act introduced EDMONTON (CP) The In- dividual Rights Protection Act, designed to protect individuals from discriminatory nets and practices, was given first read- tag In the Alberta legislature Friday. fn introducing Ghittcr (PC the bill, Calgary Eon Buf- falo) said it Is n companion Brokers are in investment NEW YORK (AP) The New Ynrk Stock Exchange an- nntincpd FrM.iv disciplinary adJon against 10 brokerage house employees, including four lice-presidents, for al- lowing P Philadelphia college Hardware store loses S.3.80Q inecl case student to order In stwfc by telephone niUiout putting up any cash. The exchange said its inves- tigation was continuing and it ''additional charges will be issued in the near fu- lurc Tlio exchange said cen- sures, suspensions of five days to five months and fines I o I a 111 n p .SS.rso had been meted out lo brokerage em- plnyees who let Abraham Treff. ID, make transactions without ever appearing bill to the Alberta Bill Rights introduced earlier the session The primary jective of the bill of rights Is to protect the individual from the of Hie state. It recog- nizes as a fundamental princi- ple that all Albertaai are equal in dignity regard lo and rights without race, religious be- EDMONTON' fCP) Thieves with a knowledge of the store escaped with goods valued at' their offices or signing papers S3.BW late Thursday or early} accounts. Friday from Macleod's Hard- ware, rity police said today. Someone was believed (o have remained in the store af- ter closing time and used a freight elevator to move four color television sots and other tn a Inndine platform si the rear of (he building. A large truck ?.as likely 'iswl to trans- port the goods, police said. SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOtlESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co, Lid. PHONE 328-2702-327-3610 'IVeff said his activities prompted by a discus- sion with friends of the effec- tiveness of consumer crusader Ralph Nader. He said his transactions, which yielded no profit, were Intended to show brokers were more concerned about commission earnings than In the persons placing orders. Treff's disclosure of (lie hoax last January embar- rassed the exchange ajid the iefs, color, sex. age, ancestry or place of origin. The Individual Rights Pro- lection Act would create an Al- berta Human Rights Commis- sion which would functjon pri- marily in the area of public education to keep discrimina- tion to a minimum and t o ''hopefully bring an end to dis- 1 crimination by negotiation and voluntary settlement." In the event tliat discrimina- tory practices could not be overcome by negotiation and voluntary' settlement, the bill includes extensive enforcement provisions. The com m i ssion would have authority to appoint a hoard of inquiry lo investi- gate alleged sets of discrimina- tion thai could result in the case being brought before the Aiberta Supreme Court. The bill, which would repeal the existing Human Rights Act, would over ride and render inoperative any other provin- cial law lhat ''piuporls to au- thorize or require Hie doing of anything" new acl. supposed to be n co-ordinator, the first person we hotter co- ordinate Is the premier of this province." Premier Peter Lougheed aiv nounced in the House that A] berta wants to opt out of con- stitutional talks, said the socred MLA, "then a month later he goes down to Toronto and we see a report the premier of Alberta says no place for re- gional isolationism in Canada." Mr. Henderson asserted that over Ihe Village Lake Louise project Ihe government has also been Inconsistent Fred Peacock, minister of Industry, favored tjie project, Bill Yurko, environment minister, objected to the plan, nnd Mr. Gclly said the government has no opinion on the issue. Mr. Gelty was called "some kind of recording secretary to tlie premier1' and "nothing more than an errand bny from the premier's office to Ottawa" during debate on the estimated 5290.000 the new office will cost during the 12 monlhs lhat start ed April 1. Mr. Getty replied that by get- Ing federal assurance that Al- berta will be party to future energy talks, his government already done more in Jie intergover n m e n t a 1 re- sources field than the previous creating the new department. He cautioned MLAs not to hold their breath wailing for the fed- eral government to extend Al- berta more constitutional pow- ers. Mr. Motley Bald Ihe minister of intergovernmental affairs should be able to get Alberta a better deal in provincial-fed- eral programs. Opposition Leader Harry Strom rapped Mr. Getty for his repeated failure in the legisla- lure to answer opposition ques- tions on topics such as cost- sharing for irrigation, fiscal ar- rangements and Industrial de- velopment. Mr. Getty said he could have answered the questions as the premier, the deputy pre- mier and the provincial trea- surer also could but passed the questions to ministers re- sensible, out of respect to them. Albert Ludwig (SC Calgary- Mountain View) said it is ridi- culous that a Conservative cab- inet minister will go to Ottawa to tell the Liberal government that Albertans are not satisfied having Conservative MPs in Ihe House of Commons speak for the province. New. farm fund bill introduced But with new experienced res- cue teams arriving from British Columbia and neighboring slates Thursday, a second ap- proach from ihp wesl through [ho heart of the middle-level fire area was opened Friday. HEAD FOR SHAFT The first team was operating 47 still missing, believed to be on the tunnel and crouched around compressed Ihe second at feet, but air valves a mile deep in the i they were bolh headed for a KELLOGG, Idaho (Renter) Miners wifh respirator packs searching through the smoke- filled Sun.shiue silver mine late Friday nighl found three more oodles to bring the death loll in Tuesday's fire lo 35. Mine manager Marvin Chase said hopes are still held (or the mine. The first rescue effort was launched Wednesday with miners moving In through the neighboring and Interconnecting Silver Summit mine, two miles to the cast across a pine-clad mountain ridge. crucial mine shaft deep in the mountain which would lake Ihem down to Ihe Silver dig- gings. The two crews were blocking openings as they went to prevent smoke and bad air creeping back mto Uie escape rotile. Weather and road report SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET EDMONTON (CP1 Plans new SfKl-million agricul- for ture development lunr! which Alberta hopes lo co-ordinale with the federal government's Droposcd small farms program wer given first reading in the legislature. Agriculture Minister Hugh Homer introduced legislation to set up the fund and said it ;ovcrnment did in 36 years. jis aimed at helping tile small family farm by providing low- interest loans for development and consolidation of debt. Dr. Homer said outside Ihe house he has been negotiating with Ottawa for several months "The poinl is, what did the lonorable minister have lo do wiUi Mr. Henderon shout- ed. NDP Leader Grant Nol Icy praised the Conservatives for Pollution offices EDMONTON (CP) Envi-lduce tlie cosl of the services securities industry ?imiip Ihniioh rmhr civ -r 1... 11U11K, though only six of the 25 hro- k e r a g e representaiives the youth called opened accounts for him. lire kills 9 prohibited by the! ronmenl minister Bill Yurko announced in the Alberta legis- Inturc that lu's department's pollution control division will open regional offices in Red Di'cr and V.'hitecourt nnd ex- pand its Calgary office. Mr. Yurko said Ihe move will ensure l-hst more areas of the province have direct access to Ihe division's services and re- QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanic Copilol Bldj. CBHJPHONE I SPRINGFIELD, HI- (AP) _ Nine persons were killed and 32 were Injured today when an early-morning fire struck a nursing home. i Or. Franklin Yoder, director of the state public health de- parlment, snid the Carver Con- Ilcart palieul birlh gves up CHOOSE FROM A URGE SELECTION OF TREES PERENNIALS SHRUBS 1.89 Alt HANTS GUARANTEED SPRUCE TREES Up lo a fool WEEPING BIRCHES Up lo 1? Fool LACOMBE NURSERIES LTD. 1 Milci E. of lolhbridijo on No. 3 Highway Coaldtil. PHONE 345-1433 ClOSED SUNDAYS OPEN EVENINGS GARDEN PLANNING OUR SPECIALTY DETROIT (AP) A 26-year valescent Centre was operating VVOman who wears an iui- on a provisional licence nnd'..... that stale operators bad I checked the wood frame build- ing two days earlier for fire vio- lations. He said, however, thai he had not yet received a report on the Inspection. There was no immediate word on the cause of the (ire. and i planted heart pacemaker has given birlii to a girl at North Detroit General Hospital. "1 was nervous at first, nnd fn} now being administered from Edmonton. The Whilecourt and Red Deer offices will be staffed by a se- nior technician whose prime responsibility will the oper- ation of a mobile rural monitor- ing laboratory nnd mainte- nance of the air pollution con- trol branch's rural sampling network. The technician will investigalc complaints, gather samples and act as a liaison nilh local agencies and groups. Mr, Yurko said the locations for the regional offices were chosen on the basis of their proximity lo sour gas planls, where much of the sampling is carried out. At least ore engineer nnd two lo nave time the Iwo plans co- ordinated. He said he [eels the capital aspects of farm programs programs could eventually bo linked to have Ihe province and Ottawa working together "but so far Die federal government hnsn't agreed to that." In the long run. Alliertfl wants to see a single agency handling farm development and credit policy. The hill will replace the prov- ince's existing Farm Purchase Credit Act. New provisions would allow farmers lo make loans from a crown corporation thai would he established to consolidate their existing debts. 'Hie Alberta Agriculture De- velopment Coip. would be able make and guarantee loans finance operating expenses "or farmers. The powers of the farm pur- chase to buy, sell and lease land will be retained. Dr. Horner said no interest rate is specified for the loans jecause slatutory rates have iroved "to rigid In Ihe past." The new legislation would al- low the government agency fo pick up some of the interest charged. Medicine Hat Calgary...... Edmonton Jasper Coronation Prince George Kamloops..... Vancouver Prince Albert Saskatoon..... Regina....... Winnipeg...... Ottawa....... Montreal...... Los Angeles San Francisco Denver Las Vegas Rome......... Paris......... 49 51 4D 41 48 51 71 65 51 51 47 Gl 59 57 65 52 en 90 68 60 London..........54 72 61 Brussels......... 64 Madrid..........CO Moscow..........63 Stockholm Berlin Amsterdam 61 76 Mexico Clly...... 79 Honolulu C5 Tokyo .03 FORECASTS Let h bridge Calgary Mainly cloudy with occa- sional Ehnwcrs of rain today. Lows zs-30. Mainly sunny Sunday. Higlu near 55. Medicine Hal Cloudy per- iods with isolated showers today. Lows near 30. Mostly sunny Sunday. Highs near 55. Columbia cloudy periods with a few after- noon showers, Sunday, sunny w i t h afternoon cloudiness. Highs both days In the ex- cept In the lower 70's In tha West Kootenny area. Lows to- night near 35 except about 40 in the West Kooteny area. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Partly cloudy northeasl, cloudy with scattered shmvcrs west and south today. Showers in- creasing west portion tonight and spreading over most sec- tions Sunday. Continued cooL Highs today and Sunday 45 to 55. Lows tonight mostly 30. West of Continental Divide Cloudy with scattered showen today through Sunday. Gusty wind" in valleys. Litlle change in lemperature. High loday 55 to 65. Lows tonight 35 la 45. Highs Sunday In 50. pregnant, but we both had faith lhat it would all he it paid Mrs. Raymond Zarnlc.k. my husband, when I got technicians will be added to the Calgary office, which now has one senior technician. The senior engineer will be responsible for programs i'. southern Alberta, concentrating in the areas of air and water pollution, with some work in municipal sewage and water systems, agricultural chemi- cals, beverage container, litter and noise pollution. Let me help you buy a Nelson Home Lei me show you the complete Tina of 1972 Nelson manulaclured home.i. Split levels. Dungalows. Split Low pricoi lor all budgets. ARTDRIEDIGER PHONE ME AT 272-4727, CALGARY One quint dies in England NOrmiAMPTOX. EnRland (API The smallest of a set ol quintuplets bom today to a 24- year-old molber who bad been treated wilb fertility drugs died The Four other babies were reported suffering breathing dif- ficulties. The boys nnd two delivered in .in emergency Caesarian operation after 33 weeks of pregnancy. A spokesman f o r Northampton General Hospital cald one girl, weighing less than a pound, died despite, respiratory treat- ment. lie added the mother, Susan Furlow, is in satisfactory condi- tion. KIRSCHJMNN HOE AT A DISCOUNT PRICE Equal depth, Individually adjustable Hoe Shonks As- sures uniform penetration, staggered arrangement of openers For maximum trash clearance. DEAL TODAY AND SAVE GENERAL FARM SUPPUES IRRIGATION AND FARM EQUIPMENT DIV. Coulls Highway Lcthbridgo, Phone 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M TODAY COURTESY OF ASIA All highways in the Leth- Finol Performance of the Season! "NATURAL HIGH" A folk rock muilcal about God'i ton Sunday, May 7th 8 p.m. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church IBIS 5th Avenuo South bridge district are bnra and dry. Highway 1 Trans Canada Highway, bare nnd dry. I There nro. 75 per cent loading 1 reslricllons on Ihe following highways: i Highway 61, from 12 miles east of the junclion ol Highway 4 lo Foremost nnd Irom 1 mile soulh of Foremost lo Manyber- Highway IV2, from Magratli to Del Honita. Highway 3, from Grassy Lnke to Medicine Hal. Secondary rnad 505 from Highway 2 In Ihe Belly River Bridge near (ilenwood. Secondary road 07n from 3 miles north of Foremost to 10 miles north of Foremost. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening nnrt Closing Coulls 2-1 hours; Cnrway n a.m. to 6 p.m.; lionila 9 .m. lo (1 p.m.; llnosevillo, ll.C. 9 a.m. (o C p.m.: H.C.. 2-1 hours; I'orlhill livkorls n a.m. lo mldnighl. i.hirt Mountain closed. Wildhorsr, fi n.m. lo 5 p.m. ;