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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE HERAID Mnnilny, Mny IV Quebec a lion ul Labor thai is affilialed Trade Unions and Ihe Quebec Teachers Federation. Jean OTT A A Hi'1 Tli'.1 K.ui'" v.ill ealrh up with the Canadian Labor C'on- Whuh'T it will ov other malii-r-: al Mr. MacDonald said Ihe CLC lias iilfi'ri'd its services .if an inlerniediary but so lar lias licen unsuccessful in its efforts 'to conlnet any members of Ihe iNliadow all provincial cabinet. Ihe I'l.C's '-Our good offices arc availa- mnlli biennial convention I ble hut nol going to im- ing liKlay will (fepi.'iid largely on 'pose Iliem (in people.'1 ho said. Lhe course o[ Ihe i-urrcnl labor "If iliry want us niul will accept crisis in Ihe province itself. jus, we'll be only loo glad to act Tbe main ifjeslion will be re- as au mlermwliary." solved if Ihe leader- During the ncwa conference, slu'p dcmonsiraics tdat it does Mr. MacDonald said almost have an aeUve p.irt lo play in j nothing thai could be Lakcn as the elforl Hi bring some peace criticism of Iho Qnelrec unions, to a siliialion mm marked by He heaped mosL of Lhe blame on wildcat walkoulg and demon- t the Quebec courts and the gov- strations. I erruTrenl which lias refused lo That was the role proposed at consider amnesty for unionists pre-comenlion news confer- ence Sunday by CLC President Donald MacDonald. Both the CLC rx-enilive and un- ions in Quebec are in aereL'inen! that iiiusi be a relurn of locked up lu the course of the dispute, including QFL Presi- dent Louis Laberge. He also emphasized that CLC calm and leasun leading hope- down of industrial relations in fully to a reluni to Uie bargain- Ihe provi he said. Bui Ihe CLC will have Lo find I ployces involved in Lhe 11-day room for itself in the dispute strike in April which started the that has pitted the provincial crisis, fewer tlian were goveriuncul againsl a commons represented by the QFL, ho front of labor organizations, said. The great majority belong among them the Quebec Fcder- I to the Confederation of National run for office Ucrolti Otlo'i-3 Enrean Ihe eve of the ninth congress OTTAWA Donald Mac- Donald, prpsirient nf the. Cana- dian Labnr Cnnprcss, said at a preii conlercnee Sunday he will nol mil for HIP, congress top of- fice at Hie nest CLC convenlion scheduled for May, 1971, in Van- couver. Mr, MacPonald, a veteran member ol the Canadian labor movement, and formerly the Braudry, Ihe CLC's (Jucboc-ha.vd executive vice- pi csidcnl, conceded thai Ihcrc may be some differences of opinion wilh Lhe QI'L. "But there is no that we've losl our unity. If there are prob- lems, it's our job Lo make sure we bridge the gap." The clliludc toward Quebec of the l.ROO delegates expected at the convention should become clearer Loday In debate on an emergency resolution. The content of the resolution was not revealed in advance. One possible approach was pro- posed by a caucus of 55 repre- sentatives of the International Brotherhood of Pulp and Sul- phile Workers. Acting on an earlier resolution by a caucus of 15 Quebec dele- gates, tho pup-sulphite group urge Canada-wide support of the common fronl anil jailed union leaders and lefl Lhe mal- ter of a general strike to its Quebec members. Serious questions will remain about the role of Lhe QFL within the CLC, however. Until last week, Lhere had been little com- munication between Quebec leaders and the congress since a dispute during the winter tover the stalus of CLC representa- tives in Lhe province. OPPOSES SEPARATISM Of main concern was the radi- cal polilical slance adopled by the QFL in December. Whether the Quebec federation actually drifted into the separatist camp is questionable hut the CLC op- poses the very idea. ''We would have very strong references if the QFL position was lo lie interpreted as separa- had been requested or perhaps Mr- McDonald said Sun. affiliales are r groups involved Ihe main in Ihe bruak- Of Ihe provincial em- convention to be held Monday to Friday here, was asked for a statement on whether he would run because it was possible he EMMV WINNERS Peter Folk, lefl, won Ihe Emmy Awnrd for best nclor In a con- tinuing dramatic television series for his role in NBC's Myslery Movie "Colombo" Sun- day nigbl while Jean Stapleton, right, and Carroll O'Connor won Emmy's for best aclor and actress in a comedy series for their roles in CBS's "All in ihe Family." (AP Wirephoto) Inquiry started into cabaret Sire OSAKA flieuler) Japanese flames nml Jumps from burn' officiafs began an inquiry today into Ihe rooltop cabaret club fire which killed 117 persons Saturday. Police said they had arrested an electrician sus- pected of causing the blaze. One of the questions the fire department Investigators were asking was why the door lend- ing to an emergency stairway on the lop floor of the seven- storey building was locked when frantic nightclub hostess- es and customers tried to es- cape. Meanwhile, police were also questioning the manager of the cabaret, who escaped the blaze, on suspicion of having failed to lead those inside to safety. A hostes died Sunday night, bringing the death toll to 40 men and 69 women. The electrician was working on the third floor of the build- Ing with four clliers before fia1 drolled to run. He said, "Assuming I am elected (this year) I shall not lie running Tor president in 197-1." The biennial and years. It is the first time Mr. conventions are i occur on even day. "We are very strongly for national imily." He indicated he Is opposed, as to any suggestion of a spe- icial flatus for the QFL within CLC's Eecrclary.lreasurer, will i MacDonald hap said he won't be 65 in September, 1974, and j nm. Hn said in an interview Recording to (lie constitution of aficr the conference that Hie CLC. That the question will be raised at the convention, however, socms assured. The federation has chosen not to submit resolutions but the congress he could run, but it w-ould be wrong to smaller groups, including the had been considered unlikely ho though only n few T would do so a few monlhs be- fore reliremenl age. months to go to retirement. His re-election at the convention The labor lender, speaking al i next Friday is practically e the Chateau Laurier Hotel on foregone conclusion. UJEflR television Emmy award HOLLYWOOD (AP) Glenda Jackson and Keilh Mich- ell, a regal pair from Britain, All in the Family, based on an English comedy, reigned over the 24tli annual Emmy presentations Miss J a r k s on won Eminys for her portrayal o f Queen hest ac- tress In a series and for a single performance. The sliow, Eliza- belli R, was named outstanding dramatic series and outstanding neur series. shown by the Public Broadcasting System. Michcll, who portrayed King Henry VIII from the beginning of his reipi unlil liis rloalli, was named outeinndinjtj aHor in a s i u g 1 performance for the 'HI ANKARA (AP) President i opposition to his proposed re- Montreal Labor Council, have proposed Lhal the QFL have ex- i poliUcal crisis. elusive control over such mat- tees as political education. Despite the urgency of the sit- uation, the Quebec issue Is only one of the problems of the 1.8- million-memlwr labor body that Ccvdel Snnay named loday Act- ing Premier Fcrit Mt'len t o form a new government and forms and continued political squabbling. Melen was named acling pro- lead Turkey out of its present j mier lo lead a carelaker gov- reqiuro week. policy decisions (his Helen, 611. a senator from the was found, centrist Rational Reliance parly, was defence minisler in Ihe army-hacked coalilion gov- ernment of former premier Kihat Erim. Erim resigned April 37 after a year as pre- mier, protesting conservative. eminent until a new premier The Shape of Things to Come Calhcrine Howard Segment of Tbe Six Wives of Henry VIII on CBS. Peter Falli was named best aclor in a dramatic series for his slouching, plodding, cigar- chomping polrayal of Columbo in Ihe NBC Myslery Movie: CBo's All in ihe Fwnily- adapled from a similar Brilish (lie biggest over-all winner with six awards at the ceremonies at the Hollywood Palladium. TIED FOR AWARD I It was named outstanding comedy, series and Emmys went to three members of tho Archie Bunker O'Connor, Jean Stapleton and Sally Etrulhers, who tied with Valerie Harper of CBS's The Mary Tyler Moore Show for best supporting actress in a comedy. Brian's Song a touching ABC Movie of the about two pro foolball Sav- ers and the laic Brian Piccolo named Ihe outstanding single program. Paid Jungcr Wilt, the pro- ducer, who accepted the award, said: Sunay asked Independent Sen- ator Suat Hayri Urguplu, a for- mer premier and diplomat, lo form a government April 29. Urguplu presented his pro-1 "II was n labor of love. I wanl Saturday night. Police said they suspect he may have dis- carded u lighted cigarette. WORST POST-WAIl FIRE The blize, Japan's worst post-war fire, destroyed the in- terior of the build ing which housed a department store, packed with textiles and other goods. Scantily-dressed girls and their customers plunged lo Iheir deaths from the seventh- floor cabaret Play Town as ing merchandise filled tha buildings. At leasl 49 persons escaped unhurl down firemen's ladders. But some shot oul of Lhe unat- tended bollom end of a canva.i rescue chute lo be killed or se- verely injured The fire department said most of Ihe deaths were caused by poison gas and carbon mon- oxide from burning textiles im- pregiiBlcd with fire resistant chemicals. Student group to JJG dissolved CALGARY (CP1 The first step in dissolving Ihe Alberta AssociaLion of Sludenls was iaken Saturday when del- egates unaiiimcusly approved the move during a meeting at the University of Calgary. President Dennis Doeherty was ciirccled lo "lake all ne- cessary measures lo obtain dissolution lo instruct the appointed truslee to dis- burse Lhe association's remain- Alberlaii dies under tractor HETNSBURG (CP) Trvln Clarence Stanley, 27, of Frog Lake was killed when a trac- lor he was operating overturn- ed, pinned him beneath It. Heinsbiirg is 140 miles east of Edmonton. ng funds" to members who have paid dues this year. The rjssociation was found j in I960 lo act primarily as a lobbying organization to repre- sent the interests of Alberta's 60.000 post-secondary students Lo Ihe provincial government., lo business and oilier priva'.e groups. Sludcnl union? representing IS Alberta colleges, universi- ties, technical and nursing schools were members of the association. After the rp.solul.lon wan passed, Mr. Docherly of Cal- gary's Mount Royal Commu- nity College told delegates: "I think you've failed stu- dents in this province miser, ably." Weather and road report posed "national unity" cabinet, including ministers from the four major parties, to Euuay on Saturday. Sunay rejected it as "against the spirit" of the March 12, 1971, communique with which Uie armed forces commanders j ousled conservative Justice to thank one special person whose memory lingers with us, Brian Piccolo." Jack Warden, who played the foolball coach, won as best sup- porting actor In a drama and his award was accepled by Say- Tbe Carol Buniell Show on parly Premier Suleyman Demi- CBS was named the ouslanding rel. musical variety .series on fifth Thoy threatened military noininalin for (lie award. Miss Burnell, hurrying off lo catch a plane to begin shouting a movie, takeover if a gov- ernment was not formed "above party politics." Informed sources said the com- manders found the Urguplu cabi- net unacceptable. Melen quit the Republican party in 1967 with a conserva- tive faction opposing the party's drift leftward. They formed Lhe National Reliance party which has 13 depulies in Ihe 450-scaL Assembly and 10 members in the ]fl3-seaL Senate. t- "WHERE THERE'S A WILL Charlie Brown oi San Frnncisco, who losJ both legs and an arm in an accident in 1951, chose lo see Ihe world rather lhan be bedridden. He arrived in Vancouver this Weekend, a seasoned hilch- hikcr who fnys h" wnnls to wcke people up and sho-v Ihem that where tliere's a will Ihere's a way. ICPWirepholo) One collection that has it all Oflerjo imported worsted has lashion.-sn sslnn- ishinu range nl creative new weaves. Drlego has nualihj a son, pleasant led, lirjht- ness-wilh-hoilij and dislinclive weaves. Injoy choosing nnw, tailored wilh grcsl slylc and [junlily htj Sliifler-Hillmaii. Places Shop DOWNTOWN on nuns UJERR FIFTH STREET SOUTH CROFTON HOUSE SCHOOL 13 livS 1J.C. YVcMcrn Canada's OUIcM R -vidcniinl and Day School for (iirlv llii.irdm: IV lo Ml Cralnl loXll inn.nut m i, Guiles ll-XI :7 i pn.ilts. inloniuitii'il inij ;J MISS K. W. ADIMSON, II Ill YiiK.nr. 'I'rlrphonc: 2fO-.12M (Ait-.i Cm MofhtT, 16, dies screaming in flaming car TORONTO (CP) A 16- year-old wife and mnlbcr died screaming in a flaming car at the. lop of a gas station hoist Sunday while b e r husbi.THl vainly tried lo open the car dour. K d n a Graziaun, separated from her IG-year-old husband Micliacl for economic reasons. vjsiling him. he explained, because "she was lonely there, was nn one to talk to." The young woman's dentli and the fire are under invesli- galion by Uie Ontario fire mar- shal's office The cause of II e gasoline ignition is still un- known. The vicllm's father, who has ;l heart conriilion. was sched- uled for an opmiLion Loday. lU'l.vivcs told him nboui hi.-- d.ingliier's death Sunday night ami the operation was can rolled. guess the cliche Is al- SUNIUSE TUESDAY SUNSET said: "I ways a bridesmaid and npw I'm a bride." Jack Lenimon in 'S Wonderful, 'S Marvellous, 'S Gershwin, seen on NBC, was named the outslanding single musical or varicly program. CAVETT GETS ONE The Dick Cavell Show, which Is on nolice from ABC that it must improve its ratings by this summer or face cancellation, was named Uie outslanding talk variety scries. Edward Asncr won a Emmy for Hie second straight year as best supporting actor in a com- edy lor The Mary Tyler Moore Jenny AeuLlcr was named best supporting actress in a dra- I malic show lor The Know Goose on the NBC Hall of Fame. BBC-produced programs. Elizabrlh It, The Six wives of Henry VIII. The Know Goose and The Search for Ihe Nile won seven major Kinmys. Harvey Konnan of (he Carol Burnett Show was singled out for oulylandmg achievement by a performer in music or vari- Lctfibi idge..... Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff...... Calgary...... Victoria Penticton Prince George Kamloops..... Vancouver Saskatoon Kegina....... Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa....... Montreal St. John's Halifax....... Charlottetown Fredericloq Chicago New York..... Miami........ Los Angeles II n 46 73 42 fll 47 GG 42 61 34 St 37 75 36 59 49 26 50 58 35 L Prr LI're .06 ffi cr; 77 82 77 KB 62 3 ;iiff i i HOW ABOUT YOU? Can David Dudley, Bert Erickson or Doug Irwin you with your irrigation needs? IRRIGATION AND FARM EQUIPMENT DIVISION COUTTS HIGHWAY LETHBRIDGE PHONE 323-7141 swelters PARIS l AIM The United; Slalcs In the Vicdiain peace lalks hero said today it is j rcaily lo rcMimr. on certain i: o n il i I I o n s, Ihe. meetings It broke nlf la.sf week, bill a senior .Voi'lli Viclnaimso l.r Due Tho, replied: "Whnt wo OJ'TJCIAI, AS OK A.M TODAY rol'UTKSY 01' A.MA condilions." a news confer- niber NKW IlICLHI (API This wnnl is a resuinplinn of the nc- Indian capilal had i'.s holiest' in tive years v.llui the lo -e 111 .1 111) degrees. This is purl of Ihe h c a L wave sweeping soinu parts of north ar.il eastern In- Mild {'I reported deaths i'i I'llar i'r.-ulp.-li slalo mid 111 iu Wc.sl Bengal in UKI la.st four doyn. The race by 'I'.io, a nn llar.oi polilburo, followed by barely an hour a slalemcnl from Ihe American deleiinlion lhal i' "rcaflirnis its re.-'nincss lo relurn to I hi- lalks on Iho slaied during Ihe -I All highways in bridge district are dry. Highway 1 Trans Canada Highway, bare and dry. There arc 75 per cent loading reslrirlictns on the following highways: llrhivny at Ii Ihe I.elh- j south of Forcmosl to Manybcr- bare and I Ilijihway 112, from Magrath lo Del Honilii. Ilighnay from Grassy LaKe lo Medicine Hal. Secondary road from Iligliuay 2 lo tl'.'.' HHly River Hridj'e renr miles from 3 ;irvjiy iKirlli t l-Viri'iat.. lo 10 lo KoremosL and from 1 mile I miles north of Fori'mnsl. IMIllTS (IK KXTHY nml CloslnR Tlmrsi: Cnults :M 7 a.m. lo ID p.m.; llonila !t n.r.i. lo 6 p m.; H.C. ft n.m. to 5 p.m.: 11.C., hours: I'orlhill Hykerls (I a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain closed. WUdhorsc, n lo 6 p.m. ;