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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, May 7, 1973 News in brief Uonnvvillc man killed ill B.C. CRANBROOK (CP) Luci- cn Albert Vallee, 21. cf Bonny- ville, Alta., was killed Friday nielli in an industrial accident i ter being pinned under a trac near Wasa Lake, about 20 miles tor. Bond} search begins at Vcmon VERNON, B.C. (CP) An o-i-man Canadian forces team has begun a search for unex- bomb tliey had found exploded, ploded bombs on a Second The army attempted to ex- World War training range plode one btmb Saturday, turn- here. It was sent here from bases at Chilliwack and Victoria af- Cliiropraclic college sought 10 die in Prairie accidents By TTIE CANADIAN PRESS A Calgary man, killed in a motorcycle car accident Sun- day, was among ti least 10 persons who died accidentally oil the Prairies during the weekend. A Canadian Press survey from 6 p.m. local time to mid- night Sunday night showed Sas- katchewan with three traffic deaths and two deaths by fire, Alberta with five traffic deaths, and Manitoba fatality- free. In Alberta, Dirk Kraaikamt, 24. cf Calgary, died when the motorcycle he was riding col- lided with a car near Indus, about 10 miles southeast of Calgary. ed in by a Kelowna woman who John C. Parsons of Radway found it in her basement. It was killed near Redwater Sun- was a dud, however. day ui a single vehicle acci- dent. Corneles Johannes Vermaas. 32. of BcnnyviDe. died when Ins ear collided with a tanker truck east of Bonnyville Satur- north of this southeastern Brit- ish Columbia community. Police said he was killed af- ter two Vernon youngsters were killed last month when a JASPER The Al- en the matter. berta Chiiopiactic Association1 Dr. II. G. Koch. ACA public day. Saturda> pgreed to petition''the relations officer, indicated the; john Walter Smith, 24, of i approapriate authorities'' for! association would likely ap- Edmonton died in a single car the establishment of a craro- proach the Universities of AI- accident on highway 21 near practic co-lege in the province, berta and Calgarv requesting a Armena Friday. Donald Leigh chiropractic faculty. He said j McMann. 18. The association, during its annual convention here, passed a resolution calling for immedi- ate representations to be made the only such facility or col- j Friday when lege now in Canada is in Tor- onto. Fire destroys B.C. boat plant KELOWNA. BC (CPi Damage was estimated at 54 million after a fire Sunday night destroyed the Canadian Fiberform Ltd. plant at West- bank, eight miles south of here. Fire was reported shortly fire depaitment arrived s'rort- h afterwaids but onh attempt- ed to keep the blaze from spreading. Beat building is done at the plant and firemen said there was a possibility of explosions from chemicals used for fiber- of Calgary, died the van he was driving left the road and went into a ditch just west of Cal- gary. In Saskatchewan, two Este- van teen-agers, 16 year old Mjrna Currie and 17 year-old Rick Tessier, were killed Sat- urdav when the vehicle in which they were riding left the PM 'certain' are spying on Hit parked car Canada OTTAWA Minis-, ter Trl'deaU geared Up for the rc-opening of Parliament today with a weekend tour of Ontario I in which he denied planning for highway and plunged into the ml election and said much work after 9 p.m. and a volunteer glass operations. Ex-Prehbyteriau moderator dies TORONTO (CPi Rt Pcv. year in June, A year ear- Dr. Walter T. McCrfe. for- Her he had retired from the mer moderator of the Presby- ministry alter 22 years as pas- tenan Church in Canada, died tor of Glebe Presbyterian h.re Sundaj. Church. Toronto. The soccer-loving minister Bo'Ti in Sunderland England, v ho served as a medical or- Dr. McCree came to Canada in dcrly in the First World War, 1S07 as a volunteer for mis- v.as elected moderator for one >sionary work in the West. Mark Spitz weds model BEVERLY HILLS. Calif.' an airplane." But he added that (AP) Olympic swimming he would be doing some swim- mmg Rabbi Isaiah Zeldm Souris River five mi'es south- east of the city. David Sawka. 02, of Melfort was killed Friday night when struck by a car as he walked along the highway west of Melfort. And t w'o Regina men, 81- car old Andrew Woronosky and his 45 year old son Peter, died early Saturday as the result of a fire in t heir home. Police said the men died of asphyxiation. champion Mark Spitz v, as mar-, ried Sunday to Susan Weiner. the girl ha called for a date six months ago af'er seeing her per- formed the reformed Jewish ceremony before 050 parsons, picture in a modelling portfolio, including two of Spitz's former The couple planned a honey- coaches. James 'Doc) Coun- moon at an undisclosed loca- tion. Asked where he was going. he onlv smiled and said: ''On silman and Sherm Chavoor, and 01) mpic Gary Hall, John Kinsella and Mike Stanim. were waits ahead for his minority Liberal government. In a two-day trio that took him to Toronto. Hamilton. Rich- mond Hill and North Bay, he said neither the public nor the government wants an election and even" effort will be made to make Parliament work. He said New Democratic sup- port, which has kept the liber- als alive since Parliament opened Jan. 4. will probably continue if the government goes part way toward meeting NDP demands. But the government will not compromise Liberal party prin- ciples or pay any price to avoid an election, he warned Eventually, he said, soms j breakdown in the Commons vot-1 ing pattern is probably inevi-' table and he might even be' forced to call an election with-1 out being defeated if Parlia- j ment bogs down and becomes ungovernable. ____ Although denying election! scheduled to appear in plans, the tanned and fit prime j TRUDEAU'S CLOTHES MAKE A NEW MAN The above vehicle came to rest on a residential lawn after it was involved in a traffic accident in the 1500 block 16th Ave. S. Saturday afternoon. The collision oc- curred when a car driven by Robert Wilson, 41, of 1615 21st St. S., went out of control and struck a parked car belonging to James Blair Whitehead. The Whitehead ve- hicle was pushed onto a lawn and eventually came to rest against a fence two lots away from the accident scene. The Wilson vehicle also went over the curb and stopped on a lawn one lot removed from the collision scene. Damage in the accident is estimated at Mr. Wilson was taken to St. Michael's General Hospital where he was treated and released. Dublin tougher on IRA DUBLIN CAP) A search for guerrillas who blew up three British soldiers just across the border in Northern Ireland net- ted four men Sunday. They TORONTO (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau said Satur- day he has abandoned his "avant garde" image as a flashy dresser because it is important to dress appro- priately for the occasion. "I think perhaps I was not guided enough by the prin- ciple of behaving properly in the proper place." he said in a television interview. can shock people" by showing up for the opening night of a concret in sandals and ascot but the proper dress is black tie, he said. To be an original thinker, he added, ''you don't have to rely on turtlenecks and san- dals." He referred to the incident early in his political career when he came to the Com- mons in sandals and an ascot. "It was a warm day and I happened to be dressed that way, so I went. ''I realized it caused a bit of a flutter and the Speaker didn't like it and I never did it again." After wearing a buckskin coat to the Governor-Gen- erai's residence last fall, he said, he got a latter from a lady who suggested he was of- fending all those who would dress in their Sunday best to watch the Queen go by. While the criticism was misdirected because his visit was not official, he said, "I thought she had a really good point." ''I don't like offending people. I don't like hurting their sensibilities or attacking their symbols." On his personal life, he said he doesn't keep a diary and, in the little time that he finds to read, he enjoys poetry ahead of other reading mate- rial. Asked if he ever changes diapers or consults his wife en state decisions, he said: "The answer is the mostly no, but veiy ex- ceptionally, yes." PFCESENTSJTME GENERAL FARMSUF Weather and road report SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET Saigon releases Red prisoners to the Viet Cong not announced prior to court appearance, and it was SAIGON (Reuten A South ietnamese military spokesman said ?9S Communist prisoners were re'eased at Quang Tn Citj below the demilitarized ?one to- day. They were the first batch of a group of 650 civilians to be court today in the Irish republic minster, back from a two-weet capitol holidav in Vancouver and The identities of the four were j Hawaii, looked like a cam-1 their paigner as he breezed through I _ his tour signing autographs, J nor" known "iftheV "have" been shaking hands, and meeting directly on the Watergate wire- j march Mr. Trudeau broke into linked to the killing of the sol-1 workers, school children and tapping and cover-up scandal to i a run during the last half of tne cuers. All four were believed to Party supporters. The spokesman said 200 pns-, ]lave escaped from jail in I-e started the trip with a oners were scheduled for ic-1 Xorthern Ireland, where he was speech to Liberal workers at a lease today but four of them de- i serving a sentence on an arms Toronto reception Friday night. 0 then got up early Saturdav to walk in a miles for millions march, tour a steel mill at hsrded over this week cided at the last moment to re-1 the Nixon administration but j said he is certain the U.S. is spying on Canada. He gave no indication that the 3.2 miles he covered, leaving a number of o'hers intruding Jim Flemmmg, Liberal MP for York West, trailing behind Mr. main on the Saigon government side. The four men were arrested in Dundalk. just over the border prospect bothers the go; ern-1 Flemming is 33, Mr. Trudeau ment or that questionable tac- talkathon attracts 20.000 from Crossmaglen. It was there Hamilton, speak at a father- tics might be involved. In fact, he said. At Hamilton, he watched 13- Canada' ton blocks of hot orange steel OTTAWA fCPI The annual Mi'es for Millions walk, land Michener and a priest try- re- ing to get to a wedding on time. 1 amed the Lester B. Pearson i The Governor-General hit the Memorial Walk, attracted some road shortly after 7 a.m. and participants here Satur- walked the "first 2'z miles of the day, including Gov.-Gen. Ro- long trek. that two explosions killed the soldiers Saturday and injured several others as patrols check- ecl vire, across the bor- m yards jt was be. jicvetj exo'csions were set jVom the Irish repubijc. and-son hockey banquet in might be spying on the United being rolled into sheets at the Richmond Hill, tape a television interview, back in Toronto, and fly to North Bay for an evening question-and-answer session at a public meeting. He returned to Ottawa late Saturday night States if it had the wherewithal to cb so. He said spying is a dirty word but it need not imply sinister Dominion Foundaries and Steel Ltd. plant. He shook hands with dozens of workers and kissed bv overtones if it means gathering one woman employee but heard Lethbriclgc Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Victoria Prince Rupert j Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Edmo.iton Jasper..... Banff........ Calgary Saskaicon ___ Regina Winnipeg..... Toronto Ottawa Montreal Quebec St. John's Halifax j Charlottetown Fredericton Chicago I New York j Miami..... Washington Los Angeles San Francisco Phoenix...... I Rome....... I Paris........ London..... 1 Berlin..... II 70 64 74 61 49 54 G7 57 5-5 67 53 53 49 65 L Pre 45 41 43 42 39 .35 29 .60 33 39 .03 30 33 34 34 38 .01 35 Amsterdam Moscow Stockholm Tokyo 66 47 66 45 61 46 72 54 C3 GO 48 63 46 42 54 64 69 73 63 57 80 75 59 54 66 39 38 33 .0.5 .22 .06 53 .07 49 73 49 54 50 57 59 48 45 50 FORECASTS: Lethbridge. Medicine Today: Mostlv sunny. Gusty west v.inc'iS. Highs near 65. Lows near 40. Tuesday: Highs near 70. Kootenay Today: Sunny except a few af- i tcmoon and cloudy pe- riods with isolated showers. Tuesday: Clouding over in the I morning with occasional rain in the afternoon and evening. Highs today and Tuesday 60 to 65. Lows tonight 35 to 40. MONTANA East of Continental Divide- Scattered showers and isolated afternoon thunderstorms east few shov.ers west today. Clear- ing tonight. Few showers ex- treme east otherwise partly cloudy and slightly warmer. Highs today 55 io 65. to- night 35 to 45. Highs Tuesday 60s west 55 to 65 east. West of Continental Divide- Partly c'oudy today except few afternoon showers over the mountains today. Slightly warmer Sunday. Highs today rOs. Lows tonight 30s. Highs Tuesday 55 to 65. The arrests were seen as a i TT sign that the new Irish govern-1 He refused- dunng tlie lele- ment of Prime Minister Liam vision session, to comment Cosgrave is stepping up action against the IRA. j information in a legal fashion. ''What is shocking is that you use illegal means to do it. In the Miles for Millions' criticism from others about a 1971 tax change that affected a company profit-sharing plan for employees. Disry of Limit Col. N W.M Police 1371. G A. Frcn-Ti. Officer Commanding MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th Kept going ahead all day. Made about 25 miles Good deal nf trouble boppeiling unhoppeHing and harnessing with few men. In assisting with wagon, sot pulled rff mv hpr.T. falling on my shoulder and thereby knocking mp off the effective list, a matter of some moment when we are short- handed. to N W.M P. Project, Hamilton Junior High, Send 2oc Lethbridge. Would you like to be able to follow the N.W M P march Kest with the help of a map? Our students are just com- pleting a map which shows each night's stop as well as points of interest mentioned in the diarv Liberal leader nominated C iCPl Alberta Liberal leader Bob Russell. 42. won his party's rcmina'icn for tho upcoming Calgary Foot- hills hyc'ection by defeating 24- ear-o 1 d university student Christ Hanier Saturday. Mr. Harder, a University of Calgary political sciences stu- rent, was the onlv one to con- fpst Mr Russell's nomination Premier Peter Lougheed has Dean of Canadian music dies in Toronto at 79 TORONTO (CP i Sir Ernest Campbell MacMillan, 79, the of the Canadian College of Or-1 three years later became an as- ganists. vice-president of the sociate of the Royal College of first person to be knighted out-' Royal College of Organists ?nd Organists. In 1910. he graduated side the United Kingdom for contributions to music, died Sunday in a Toronto hospital. Knighted by George V in Sir Ernest was known as the statesman of Canadian music. HP was conductor of thp To- ronto Symphony Orchestra president of the Composers. Au- thors and Publishers Associ- ation of Born in Mimico, Ont., Aug. in. 1893, he was the son of Rev. Alexander MacMillan and Wil- helmina Ross MacMillan His father, o noted hymnodist, was 11331-50 'conductor of Toronto' editor of the Presbyterian Book Mendelssohn Choir dean of music at the University said the date of the byelection of Toronto principal of Praise and later the United Church Hymnary. Sir Ernest appeared as con- would be announced When the j of the Toronto Conservatory of cert organist in Toronto's Mas- Ui oa. legislature prorogues. Music past president sey Hall at the age of 10 and j negt had gone to Bayreuth and" _ stayed behind with from Oxford University as a Bachelor of Music. He is known for his many ar- rangements of French-Canadian and Indian folk songs. His works inrludfd Sketches for Siring Quartet and A Song of Dplivornnrr. Many confer Sir Ernest's greatest artistry was in his dis- tinguished organ playing. While studying music in Paris in the summer of 1914, Sir Er- Dolman Feed Mcver ONE MAN FORAGE HARVESTING SYSTEM FROM FIELD TO FEEDING AREA GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES CouWs Highway Box 1202 Ph. 328-1141 We offer our CONGRATULATIONS lo the students of Hamilton Junior High on the retracing of this trek of the N.W.M.P. MEN'S WEAR 327-2232 "The Store for Women who Shop for Men" LOS ANGELES (AP) Judge Matt Byrne is expected i is on leave from his job as un- lo disclose today the contents of derseeretary of transportation, by Ellsberg and Anthony Russo a friend who was ill, was cap- tured by the Germans and in- terned for four years. It is then that he composed the work and wrote the papers that later U.S District Court here. Krogh possibility of Byrnes becoming comprised his Oxford doctorate. Judge said an affidavit by former White House aide Egil Krogh in ef- forts to clarify reports linking the Pentagon papers trial to the Watergate affair. Convicted Watergate con- spirator Howard Hunt has said Kroph ordered a break-in at the office of the psychiatrist of Daniel Kl'sfoorp. a defendant in ihfl Pen i agon paptrji tnsl in say they are considering asking the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Ap- peal to throw out the Pentagon papers indictment on grounds the judge was "compromised." They have complained he- FBI director. And Judge Byrne, confronted by what he calls "crucial legal still is considering declaring a mistrial or dis- missal of charges. But he has indicated that no amount of official wrongdoing would sway his considering the central legal issue: Was any il- causc a now-resigned presiden-1 legal evidence usod by Die jus- tial adviser, John 11 Khrlich- tiee department in Ihe prose- man, recently discuvsscri cutaon of Ellsberg and Russo? Under his direction, the To- ronto Symphony Orchestra took its place among the major sym- phonic organizations of North America. Sir Ernest was invited to perform as guest conductor at several top symphonies in- cluding Philadelphia, Chicago, Washington, and Los Angeles. In 1919, he married Laura El- OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways in thp Lethbridge j north of Foremost lo thp end I district are bare and in good I of the i driving condition I Highway 62 from Magrath to I Highway 1, Trans Canada south of the U.S. border. I HUhway.'bare and in good driv-! Highway 2, Cardston to the sie Keith, daughter of Alexan- ing condition. A 75 per cent loading re- striction has been placed on the following highways: Highway 879 from 3 miles U.S. border. Highway 5, from Magrath to Cardston. Secondary road No. tion No. 2 to Belly River bridge near Glcnwood. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Aden 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Carway 6 a.m. to fl p.m.; Chief Mountain dcr Keith of Toronto They have j Closed, Coutts 21 hours; Del Bonita a m. lo 5 p.m Kings-gale 24 hours; Porlhill Rykerts Ram to midnight; Rooscville 0 a.m. to 6 p m Wtkl Horse 7 am, to 4 p m. (wo ynns. Keith Campbell and Boss Alexander. ;