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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHORIDOE HERALD Thursday, May 10, 1973 News In brief Soviet spies report denied OTTAWA (CP) A report that a couple of Soviet spies crept in from the cold recently f.ir a casual peck at confidential Cimadi.m documents was rle- sciibcd .is erroneous Vr'cdncs- da? External Affairs Minis- ter Mitchell Sharp. far as we can ascertain, there was no substance to the report he told (lie Commons in reply to John Dicfcnbaker Prince Al- Poss I master given transfer EDMONTON (CP) Post-, The assistant postmaster. Di- nijftcr C. V. Edpson of Grande i ane Thew, also was suspended Prairie, .suspended last week while postal officials investigat- ed his post office, has asked lor and received a transfer to another community, a postal ofticial said Wednesday. but has been returned to duty. The dispute apparently in- volved union members in the post office, which has '22 em- j pbjees. visitors deported OTTAWA (CP) An estimat- ed visitors were ordered deported during 1972. (he Com- mon'; I old Wednesday in a written response to a question by Steve Paprowski monton-Centre The govern- ment said no precise figures were available. At the end of December there were people awaiting de- portation hearings by the Im- migration Appeal Board. iSo delay iii launching KENNEDY, Fla. (CP) mission's twin countdown. A lightning bolt that struck' Engineers and technicians ex the service structure alongside the Saturn 5 rocket that will launch the Skjiab space station next Monday didn't delay the Which score? When there's a Stanley Cup hockey game and a concert to concentrate on, how does a fellow cope? By listening with one ear and playing with one hand, as Dale Vrba, 11. of Vancouver, demonstrates during a concert. ammed the rocket and space station carefully Wednesday, then announced there would be no effect on the Monday launch date. Oil peacetime Government denounced over Hutterite handling By GREG McINTYRE Herald Staff Writer About 300 rural residents meeting at the small Southern Alberta community of Mbss- leigh Wednesday denounced the Lougheed government's handling of "the Hutterite sit- uation." NOT CONSULTED Residents charged that they have not been consulted about the expansion of the New Dale Hutterite Colony north of Milo onto SVi sections of land north of Mossleigh, located about half way between Vulcan and Calgary. They will demand a meeting Union official dies at 56 TOUOXTOiCP> fon, director n! Gav't to change EMO role EDMONTON (CP> The the gcvernmein and designed i be empowered lo declare a state Pi Of L I 1 i. H JJ i vr 1 i us- H.1 'O CUIU C71IJ >VOl CU Utl Uny Sef-1 membership ta its present 1.6.- mwcd Wednesday for general emergency expens-! of local emei-gencv. 'iM.nrL n. lain from i i_ -i-.-n __________ ________I _.. :__, _. L. ____ v I Tiled Sleelworkcrs of from 313.000. The district's _ to shift emergency nicrsures es and actions to present erner- neaclquarteis frcml a war-1 gencies. In addition, a provin- a, dicd_m hospital ore in Tcronto. but its member- Ume orjentatioi; towards great-1 cial disaster reh'ef fund would He was 56. A native Ont.. Mr. Seftnn tecame riirec- IOT of the rl is in rt in Tinder h's leadership, it inci eased in ship covers Ontario, the Prairie Cr emphasis en coping with of Troquois F alls, i provillces British Columbia, the peacetime disasters. Ivirrirv, a I r Yukon lanes. and Northwest Tern- Jtijiibtcr Hugh ITorncr introduced a bill to cs- tablirh the Alberta Disaster be established to which contri- butions could be made for dis- asler relief inside or outside of Alberta. It would be directed The local authority then would assume emergency pow- ers similar to those of the rrJn- ister in a similar situation. The minister, however, would be able to cancel the state of i local emerpenc} at any time if he considered 'its use "indis- Freed on drug charge EDMONTON (CP) Daniel of deliberation ending a three- Richard Owen, C3, cf Boulder. Colo., was found not guilty Wed- nesday in Supreme Court on a charge of conspiring to expos, i seizure by RCMP of 550 pounds a narcotic from Canada. j of at the Red Deer mu- An all-male jury returned the aicipal airport in December, verdict after about 50 minutes 1071. Semces Agency' which takes pie outside the government. j criminate> mlproper or day trial before Mr. Justice A. M. Dechene. Owen was charged in the AlUED ARTS COUNCIL "Sunday Afternoon at the Yates" fecilunng 9 DALE KETCHESON (guitar) 0 THE JAZZ.SCENE e TOM MELLING (tenor) 9 MARDiNE FOSTER (flute) THE JOLLIFFE DANCERS (dances mod and medieval) P.M. Tickets on Sale at LEISTER'S Adults All students and Sr. Citizent SI.00 from the Emergency Mea- sures Organization, partly fund- ed by the federal goveinment but run by the provinces. "It will have gieater empha- sis on peacetime functions and in particular on preventive mea- Dr. Horr.er said the bill be held over to the fall session so the public can make submis- j sions essary." The local authority would be able to borrow without consent Student fees hike rejected EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta government rejects a commission proposal to in- crease student fees in higher education so that they cover about 25 per cent of program costs, it was announced Wed- nesday. Currertly. university and col- lege fees cover about 17 per cent of the costs of various courses, The announcement was made in position papers tabled in the legislature on the respansj of the department of advanced ed- ucation to various recommenda- tions of the Worth Commission on educational planning. The department also rejected a recommendation that univer- sity senates might well be dis- banded. The papers did nat comment on the acceptance or rejection of the various recommenda- tions. The papers endorsed the rec- ommendation that private col- leges deserve provincial sup- port provided they arc approv- ed by ths eminent. The government also agreed with the proposition that the prime function of ths univer- sity board of governors should be to plan for the long-range with a special advisory com- mittee on comirminal property and land use and the three cab- inet ministers in charge of the rural land situation Bob Bowling, Hugh Horner and Dave Russell. The Social Credit MLA for the area, Ray Speaker, who at- tended the meeting, Nsaid he will question the government en functions of the communal property advisory committee today in the legislature and at- tempt to arrange the meeting. Residents were incensed Wednesday when they learned that about 60 sections of land have been sold to the Hutterites in Alberta without consultation with area residents or the com- mittee. Arnold Platt, chairman of the committee which was establish- ed April 1 to deal with Hutter- ite colony expansion, revealed j at the meeting that land pur- chases by the religious sect have been approved by a sub- committee consisting of him- self and six Hutterite elders. Mr. Speaker told The Herald the advisory committee has re- ceived virtually no direction NixoTts relative ball ivriter PHILADELPHIA (AP) Da- v i d Eisenhower, President Nixon's son-in-law, has taken a job as a baseball writer with the Philadelphia Evening and Sunday Bulletin. George Packard, The Bulle- tin's managing editor, said Wednesday Eisenhower, 25, wiE cover Philadelphia Phillies of the National League East. Packard said Eisenhower will write a Sunday column. He said Eisenhower was hired because "he likes from the provincial govern- ment and seems very uncer- tain of its role. Dr. Platt was not available for comment today, but an as- sistant, Ken Hoeppner, said a meeting between the commit- tee, the cabinet ministers in- volved and Vulcan area res- idents could probably be ar- ranged in the next few weeks after the legislature adjourns. The meeting Wednesday also protested the expansion of Hut- terite land in the Grassy Lake area earlier this year without consultation with local res- idents. With the repeal of the Com- munal Property Act March 1, the provincial government can only advise the Hutterites about where colony expansion should take place. Mexico wants ransom loan paid back GUADALAJARA, Mexico (AP) Gov. Alberto Orozco Romero of Jalisco state said Wednesday that United States consul-general, Terrance Leon- hardy, is responsible for paying back the bank loan that bought his freedom from guer- rilla kidnappers. "We could start a collection among the U.S. residents here and I'm sure we will raise the Orozco Romero said. Leonhardy's family paid an cash ransom to obtain his release from the terrorist kidnappers who held him for 76 hours. It was the first abduction of a U.S. diplomat in Mexico. says an explanatory j tion for iosses; I It says the local authority of _, i of electors, enough money to i future of the institution by es- The bill peimts the cabinet f emerqe.ncy services. I tabUshing goals and priorities. to assess the damage caused by v a disaster and pay compensa- nate within the bill. TWO It establishes for tbe first tima in Alberta Uvo emergency funds One is funded and directed bv Deaths each city, town, village county or municipal district shall ap- p-nnt a committee to develop emergency plans for the area. They also would set up a muni- cipal disaster services agency funded by the provincial gov- ernment. oppose court decision EDMONTON fCP) The Al- The college struck Dr. Cas- Weather and road report THE CANADIAN PUESS titled to bil1 a municipality for The government would be en- berta College of Physicians and Haifa. Israel Dr. Rudol-' pail of its expenses in a dis- aster. phine Mcnzl, 81, a world author- j m tbc cabinet to ity on tne psychology and tram-. d ,a state of emergencv ing of State College. L. VUllard. 63. a leading stamp ex- pert and president of the Amer- ican Philatelic Research Li- bipary here since 1SG9, after a lingering illness. New J. Erean. editor, author of mystery in all or parts of the province. The minister in charge of the agency would then be empow- ered to: Require a local authority eration; Require a local authority to put any of its emergency Diary cf Lieut. Col. G. A. Officer Commanding N.W.M. Police 1874. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1st: Left at Crossed West I'ork of Milk River about Ham. and halted for dinner there. In afternoon made Fork of the Milk Liver. Grass very bad. Gave 6 Ibs. of oats to each horse. and non-fiction novels and for-1 mar Life magazine staff j of an apparent heart attack. Rock-ulle Centre, N.Y. Mil-, ton Gross. 61, sports columnist I Cwitro1 or prohibit travel Expropriate or confiscate o: New arrest. York Post, of cardiac Iin any area of the Province: Evacuate persons and live- Montrcal-S Randolph Noble, stock ffrcm My, !Vrea and ar' 86, who established the Indus- j for care of evacuees; trial Development Bank snd Authorize conscription, WES named an officer of the Or- der of the BrWsh Empire for wartime sen-ice, Monday. or without pay, of persons needed to meet any emergency. Local authorities also would A Send 25c Lcthbridgc. to N W.M.P. Project. Hamilton Junior High, Uould you to bo able to follow the N.W.M.P. march (vest 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 diary. We offer our CONGRATULATIONS lo the students of Hamilton Junior High on the retracing of ihis trek of the N.W.M.P. 314-7th Street S. Phone 327-2232 "The Store for Women who Shop for Men' Merle Norman RoDe Is A CDany- Splendored 1 Each fashionable design was especially created to add fo your, private1 hours. The look is so high-fashion, you'll be delighted to diiswer the doorbell... or entertain guests m your living room. With the Merle Norman label, you're assured' of fine quality and laGhion authority, i Ask to'ee the Merle Norman Collection of new Spring robes. Surgeons will apply for per- mission to appeal a court de- cision which would reinstate Dr. G. F. Casper of nearby Sher- wood Park. Eml CALGARY (CP) The pub- lic utilities board concluded Wednesday its hearings into an application by Calgary Power Ltd. to increase rates 15 par cent. The company has already been granted the increase en an interim basis; the utilities board decision on a permanent increase is expected during the summer. The hearings, held in three stages in January, dealt with company arguments for an increase and evidence from intervenors higher rates. against the per's name from the medical register after a disciplinary hearing found him guilty of un- becoming conduct by improp- erly prescribing controlled drugs. j The council of the college I found that Dr. Casper "should have been aware that he was j acting as a supplier of drugs for other than a medical purpose." Dr. Casper appealed the March 2 action and on March 21 Mr. Justice NeiL Primrose ordered that he should be sus- pended until June 1, when he could resume practice. Striking a doctor's name from the medical register is the most severe punishment the college can give. It means the doctor has lost his medical privileges for life unless the college should approve an ap- plication for reinstatement. The college council did not accept Dr. Casper's explana- tion that he was misled by the patients involved in the case. SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridgt SG S3 Pincher Creek 50 30 Medicine Hat.....56 30 .04 Edmonton 59 31 j Grande Prairie 57 33 I Banff 45 27 I Calgary......55 33 41 .03 Penticton.....53 32 Prince George 50 33 .02 Kamloops......59 34 .02 Vancouver.......55 43 Saskatoon....... 56 35 Regina......57 32 .01 Winnipeg.....65 41 .01 Toronto .........63 52 .02 Ottawa 61 47 .12 Montreal........ 56 51 .65 St. John's......47 36 .18 Halifax .....55 36 Charlottetown 40 34 .01 Fredericton 61 43 .04 Los Angeles.....67 56 Rome........77 43 Paris.......57 50 London........59 50 Berlin ........57 29 Amsterdam ......50 48 i Stockholm.......52 43 1 T'Jcyo..........70 61 MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE Gifts COLLEGE MALL PHONE 323-1525 FRIDAY and SATURDAY AT THE 733 13th St. N, MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY FORECAST: Lctlibridge, Crjgary To- day: Mostly -with iso- lated afternoon showers. Sti'Ong west winds. Highs 55- 60. l-ows near 35. Frldaj: Sunny. Winds Win and gusty. Higlis near CO. Medicine II a I Today: Mostly sunny. Winds W20 and gusty. Eiglis near 55. Lows near 35. Friday: Mostly sunny. Columbia, Kootenay To- day: Mostly cloudy and a few showers clearing tonight. Few afternoon thunder showers. Highs mid-50s. Lows 30 to Friday: Mostly sunny and warmer. Highs GO to 65. MONTANA West of Continental Divide- Partly cloudy with widely scattered showers today and to- night. Fair with a warming trend Friday. Higlis both days 55 to 65. Lows tonight 30s. West of Continental Divide- Mostly cloudy with widely scattered showers today be- coming fair and warmer Fri- day. Higlis today 50s. Lows to- night 25 to 35 with frost. Highs Friday 60s. The Gehl 600 For Top Quality Forage See It At GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Courts Highway Phone 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways tn the Lethbridgc district are bare and in good driving condition. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, bare and in good driv- ing condition. A 75 per cent loading re- striction bfw placed oo? the following highway: Highway 62 from Magratli to south of the U.S. border. Highway 2, Cardston to the U.S. border. Highway 5, from Magratli to Cardston. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Aden 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Carway 7 a.m. to 10 Chief Mountain Closed; Coirtts 24 hours; Del Bonita 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgata 24 hours; Porthill Rykerts 8 a.m. to midnight; Wild Horse Sam. to p.m. ;