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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 - TH1 IITHMIDOI HERALD - Saturday, May 1, 1*70- Playgoers Perform Monday At DDF WINNIPEG (CP) - The Dominion Drama Festival's national week-long competition begins Monday, possibly for the last time. While six little theatre groups from across Canada vie for scholarships and awards, the festival's 100-member executive will meet to decide the future of the 35-year-old organization. The executive recommended at its annual meeting in Toronto last month that the 1970 festival be the last competitive one on a national level. The festival opens Monday Easterners Delayed At Border By THE CANADIAN PRESS Further delays are expected today at three points on the United States-Canada border in Ontario as a result of a walkout by Canadian customs and excise inspectors protesting working conditions and other issues. The affected ports of entry are Windsor, Sarnia and Fort Erie in southwestern Ontario, all of which reported delays in crossing the border Friday as supervisory personnel attempted to fill the gap. The 130 customs men at Niag' era Falls were to be canvassed for their position by local officials of the Customs Excise Union. The walkout, started Thursday by the 430 customs men in Windsor, blossomed on the eve of the Victoria Day holiday weekend, when thousands of Canadians customarily bead for the U.S. The flow of traffic into the U.S. was reported near normal Friday since southbound travellers are not checked through Canadian customs. CAN EXPECT DELAYS But bravellen have been advised to expect delays of up to 20 minutes when they enter Canada and must face inspection. The full effect of the walkout is not expected to be felt until Monday night, if It continues until then, when hoUdayers return to Canada. night with the Playgoers of Lethbridge from Alberta presenting Brendan Behan's The Hostage. Tuesday night, The Carol Players of Labrador City, Nfld., present Spoon River Anthology, a dramatization by Charles' Aidman of American poet Edgar Lee Masters' work of the same name. The only Canadian play in this year's festival, Survivors-Survivants, to be presented Wednesday night by Theatre one of Montreal, is also the only representative of Canada'i French-language theatre. The bilingual production is directed by its author, Robert Tembeck. Thursday night's production by the St. Thomas More Players of Hamilton is Peter Nichols's A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, a black comedy about a couple whose only child is a spastic. PRISONERS TAKE PART John Patrick's popular comedy Teahouse of the August Moon, Friday night's offering, features prisoners from Manitoba's Stoney Mountain Penitentiary in the male roles. Another comedy, Murray Schisgal's Luv, staged by I be Sault Theatre Workshop from Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., concludes the festival Saturday night. Adjudicator is Gjy Beaulne, director general of theatre and drama conservatories for Quebec. The executive meeting is scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday. Ted Fielder, one of the festival's five vice-presidents, said in Toronto this week the executive members will decide whether to abolish the festival competitions, whether to take on a more regional structure and whether to merge with the Canadian Theatre Centre, a Toronto-based organization representing professional theatre organizations. Kent State VERBAL FIUD - George Hees (left), Conservative MP for Prince Edward-Haiffngt, and Finance Minister Edgar Benton clash verbally outside the Commons over the government's anti-inflationary program. Mr. Benson said the Increase of six-tenths of one per cent in the April consumer price index was about half the 1.1-per-ctnt increase In April, 1969. This was an encouraging sign that his program was working, he said. But Mr. Hees said the program was not working and should be scrapped and replaced with a new program. Reutherf Giant Among Men' West Berliners Are Barred BERLIN (AP) - West Germans, but not West Berliners, will pour into East Berlin this weekend for family reunions on the Pentecost holiday. The- West Germans are allowed to go through the Berlin Wall, but West Berliners are barred. For four years, West Berliners as a group have been shut out because of West Berlin's refusal to recognize East Germany. The wall was erected in 1961. 307 6th St. HALE OPTICAL Percy Ripley Dispensing Optician COMPANY LTD S. 927-71 S3 7,000 Metis Will Suffer -Hodgson EDMONTON (CP) - Stuart M. Hodgson, commissioner of the Northwest Territories, said Friday be won't be able to fulfil his plan to bring federal medical care insurance to the territories' 32,000 people on July 1 because he hasn't got the $400,000 it would cost. Speaking to delegates attending the Canadian policy conference of the United Steelwofkers of America, Mr. Hodgson, a well-known labor leader before he became commissioner, said he will raise the money "by hook or by crook" to introduce medical care in 1971. He said later in an interview the 7,000 Metis in the Northwest Territories suffer most from the lack of medical care because, unlike the 7,000 treaty Indians and 12,000 Eskimos, they do not get federal health services. Most of the 6,000 whites are able to afford medical care insurance coverage under private plans, he said. Mr. Hodgson said he chose to announce his difficulties to the steelworkers-Canada's biggest union-because the union had asked him to introduce medicare into the territories in 1970 and he had undertaken to do so. DETROIT (AP) - Walter P. Reuther was eulogized as "a giant among men" and "an architect of ideas" as his United Auto Workers Union and others paid final tribute to him and his wife, May, in simple funeral services Friday. There were 11 speakers but no religious rites for Reuther, reared a Lutheran, and his wife, reared in Judaism. They and four others died in a union-chartered plane crash in northern Michigan last weekend. There was no funeral procession. The bodies were to be cremated. More than 3,000 crowded Ford Auditorium in the Civic Centre here for the services while hundreds more heard them over loudspeakers outside. Thousands more who took the day off to mourn gathered in union halls to watch and hear by tele- vision and radio. 1 Among those inside were 10 U.S. senators, former vice-president Hubert Humphrey, two cabinet officers, the governor and three former governors of Michigan, the board chairmen of America's four major auto companies and Mayors John Lindsay of New York and Roman Gribbs of Detroit. MANY STOP WORK In many auto plants, workers were sent home when absenteeism prevented assembly lines from operating or when workers walked out after observing a period of silence in memory of Reuther. Spokesmen for the companies said more then 31,000 workers were left idle when plants shut down in Michigan, Ohio, Georgia, Missouri and Illinois. At the funeral, leaders of industry and government mingled with men from the work benches of the automotive, aerospace, agricultural implements and kindred industries where the UAW's 1,600,000 members work. Coretta King, widow of slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, remembered Reuther as "one who was always there when the storm clouds were thickest ... a man who marched with us and one who had the courage to be with the minority when it was right." The grained oak caskets, separated by a bouquet of daisies, stood alone on the auditorium's stage. Three large vases of red roses and beige and gold curtains formed a backdrop. Flags of the United States, Canada and the United Nations and green flag bearing a peace symbol outlined the rectangle of the biers. KENT, Ohio (AP) - Three tables covered with guns, knives, drugs, a laundry bag full of girlie pictures and other objects taken from Kent State University dormitory rooms after the campus was closed May 4 were displayed Friday. The campus was closed following the shooting deaths of four students when Ohio National Guard members wen called to the campus to quell student unrest. Items displayed by the Portage County prosecutor, Ronald B. Kane, included a .20-gauge shotgun, a pellet rifle, at le five air pistols, at least 10 blank-firing starting pistols four slingshots and two pain of brass knuckles. The display, shown to reporters under tight security at the Kent State campus, also included five marijuana plants, large selection of water pipes-used for smoking hashish-and quantities of pills and capsules identified as antibiotics, vitamins, tranquillizers, and a bottled labelled benzine. One table held nine hypodermic syringes of the type commonly used for insulin injections by diabetics. "It appears to me that some of the students were obviously not here to get an education," Kane said. Asked if items on display would be used as a basis for prosecution, Kane said no decision would be made until the investigation of the Kent State violence was concluded. Kane said no search warrants were used because the campus is state property. Four U.S. Marines Face Murder Trial DA NANG (AP) - The U.S. Marine Corps said today it will try four young marines for murder in the deaths of 16 Vietnamese civilians last Feb. 19. Unofficial sources disclosed, weight' Hard to lose Nothing seems to work for long? Watchers does! Safely, sanely! Weight NEW! IN 1970 . . . e New recipes anil food IdCMl O New program tdm 1 O New awardi!  Lifetime memberfhlp plant ~ Inexpensive! DONT WAIT ANOTHER DAY. START MEETS EVERY TUESDAY 1 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL MAYOR MACRATH DRIVE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 328-5832 NOW. WEIGHTr. WATCHERS Students Condemn Nixon Plan EDMONTON (CP)-The stu-i dents union at the University of Alberta has sent letters to U.S. President Richard Nixon condemning the American government's decision to extend the Vietnam war into Cambodia and its action against protest movements within the U.S. A letter was also sent to Prime Minister Trudeau urging the Canadian government to take a strong position against the spread of the war to Cambodia. Letters also were sent to Alberta premier Harry Strom, the Kent University students' union in Ohio where four students were killed last week during a protest against the war and to all news media in Edmonton. George Kischminder, external vice - president of the stu-dent body, said it seems unbelievable that a government finds it necessary to combat dissent and criticism with automatic rifles. meanwhile, that the Marine Corps also is investigating the alleged massacre of 38 other Vietnamese civilians by marines April 15 at Le Bac village, 12 miles southwest of Da Nang. The four to be tried are charged in connection with the deaths of five women and 11 children near the village in the Que Son Valley. The four marines were held for investigation after the bodies of the civilians were found in the dooryards of a cluster of thatched huts near the village, where a night ambush patrol of marines was operating. final  Mciattatfaa Vaftcewer';}.* ��o>* ,14 i22Z&4S MIXED OUTLOOK - Quebec and Ontario are expected to receive above normal temperature*., while the rest of the country will have near normal to below normal readings during June according to the 30-day weather outlook of the United State* weather bureau. Light to heavy precipitation for most of the country, with Ontario and the Prairie* receiving moderate rainfall. Col. Robert M. Lucy, 1st Mar ine Division staff judge advocate, said the trials of the four would begin sometime in June but that the date had not been set Air Ticket Tax Won't Hurt OTTAWA (CP) - Czechoslovakia's air ticket tax will not have a significant effect on Air Canada's new flights to Prague, Transport Minister Don Jamie-son said in the Commons. R. G. L. Fairweather (PC- Fundy-Royal) had asked whether Canada will protest levy of a "prohibitive" ticket tax and a clampdown on air travel initiated by Czechoslova' kia as the agreement to allow Air Canada to fly into Prague was signed. Mr. Jamieson said the tax applies only to pleasure travel by Czechoslovakian citizens and will not affect traffic appreciably. REGULAR DANCE MINUS ONE CLUB POLISH HALL - 13th Street N. Tonight, May 16r 9 p.m. -1 a.m. Music by BRIDGETOWN TRIO MEM1IRS AND GUESTS WILCOMI Phone 327-1448 RECORD BUDGET NEW YORK (AP) - Mayor John V. Lindsay has submitted $7,800,000,000 budget for New York City m the next fiscal year, an outlay larger than any state budget and second only to the U.S. government. The proposal, which is subject to approval by the city council and the board of estimate, represents an increase of $1,100,000,000 from the fiscal year ending June 30. No Shortage Of Labor In U.S. WASHINGTON (CP) - Idle British Columbia construction workers looking to the United States for possible employment would encounter laws making it difficult to enter as immigrants and almost impossible to enter as temporary workers. Additionally, unemployment in the U.S. now is the worst since the 1958 recession. PLAYBOY CONVICTED JAKARTA (Reuters) - Playboy Bob Liem, who was accused of cutting up the bodies of his wife and five-year-old son and walling them up in his Hong Kong apartment, was sentenced recently to 20 years in prison. Liem, a 37-year-old Indonesian-Chinese, was described by the chief judge as "a cruel and cold-blooded man." GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES PRESENTS THF I Leather and road report 75 ABOVE 12.00 ZERO AT x",vwAOON SUNRISE SUNDAY 4:44 SUNSET 8:12 U Education Is A Right Says Brief To Coitunission Lethbridge..... . 73 48  � Medicine Hat ... . 73 44 Edmonton...... . 73 41 Calgary....... . 67 45 Banff......... . 61 40 Pincher Creek .. . 68 42 Victoria....... . 68 50 Penticton...... . 76 38 Prince George .. . . 56 49 .59 Vancouver..... . . 73 49 Peace River . 65 47   Prince Albert ... . 68 37 t e Swift Current ... . 71 43 Moose Jaw..... . 68 42 Brandon ....... . 54 38 42 Winnipeg ... ,.. Thunder Bay . .*. . . 53 36 .09 . 41 37 .39 Dauphin....... . 59 35 , , White River ... . . 48 39 .43 Toronto....... . 53 48 .47 48 .20 Montreal...... . 64 52 Quebec....... . . 62 44 f , Fredericton ... . . 64 34 Charlottetown ... . 51 31 t St John's, Nfld. Los Angeles ... . ...40 30 t , . 88 60   3 ONE YEAR CERTIFICATE FARMERS & MERCHANTS TRUST LETHBRIDGE 309 7th Street S. - Phone 328-5548 Branches at Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Montreal Member of Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation EDMONTON (CP)-The University of Alberta senate approved a brief Friday stating that, with some qualifications, post  secondary education is a right and not a privilege. The brief, approved by a majority, is to be submitted to the Alberta royal commission on educational planning currently hearing submissions at meetings throughout the province. "The ability to pay ought not to be a barrier to post - secondary education though some socio  economic barriers could be a problem," said Dr. George Tuttle, chairman of the committee presenting the brief. Such barriers include "disadvantaged" early schooling and a low estimate of higher education by the social group in Heart Transplant SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A 66-year-old English immigrant was described as being in a "satisfactory and stable" condition Friday after becoming the 22nd hf art transplant patient at Stanford Medical Centre. Eric Wainwright, from Nottingham, had the transplant Thursday. Dr. Edward Stinson led the surgical team. which the student is raised, the brief said. The brief also said that post-secondary education is only a right if the student has the academic ability to achieve at the educational institute he attends and if such education suits his needs and the needs of society. Boiiaventure SYNOPSIS A mass of cold moist air has pushed southward from The Territories to give the northern forecast regions cloudy cool weather today. However, an area of warm dry air will continue the sunny weather in the central and southern regions. FORECASTS LETHBRIDGE: Sunny and continuing warm today and Sunday. A few scattered showers Sunday afternoon in the foothills. Winds southwesterly 15 and gusty to 40 in the foothills. Low > High Lethbridge 4540. Medicine Hat: Sunny and continuing warm today and Sunday. Winds southwesterly 15 occasionally gusty to 25 light at night. Low-High at Medicine Hat 4540. Columbia, Kootenay - Sunny and warm today. Mainly cloudy tonight and Sunday morning, becoming cloudy with a few showers in the afternoon. Light winds. Low tonight and high tomorrow morning at Cran-brook and Castlegar, 38 and 70. Too Wide For Mirvish TORONTO (CP) - Even at  mere $250,000, the Canadian aircraft carrier Bona venture proved to be too big a bargain for Toronto businessman Ed Mirvish. Fourteen feet too big, to be exact. Mr. Mirvish said in an Interview Friday night that he was considering buying the ship from the government until he discovered it is, in places, 90 feet wide, while the St. Lawrence Seaway is only 76 feet wide. He said he was trying to get a price on widening the canal "but of course I'm sure this is going to be out of my reach." I~~ CUP THIS AD � WORTH 15% OFF I ON ANY TAKE-OUT ORDER OVER $4.50 I PR El DELIVERY IN CITY NEW WORLD RESTAURANT GRAIN HANDLING CENTER FOR FEEDERS! BEHLEN Farm and Ranch ELEVATOR ? 15' deep x 2? wide x 31' tall *5 Overhead Bins and 1 Full Length Bin * Bucket Elevator Leg with 1,500 Bushel Capacity GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONI 327-316S OFFICIAL AS AT 9:00 A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA PHONI 327-4025 I I | I I dowwownonTimtriit j All highways In the Lethbridge district are bare and in good driving condition. Highway 1 - Trans Canada Highway. Calgary to Banff is mostly bare and in good condition. Banff to Revelstoke is bare and in good condition. Motroists are advised to watch for fallen rock. The Banff-Radium and Banff-Jasper highways are bare and in good condition. Creston - Salmo highway is bare and in good condition. Motorists are asked to watch for fallen rock, deer and caribou. Snow tires or chains are no longer required when travelling in any mountain area. There is a 75 per cent restriction on the following highways: Highway 3 - Fincastle Medicine Hat; Highway 5 - Magi ath to Cards ton; Highway 61 from the junction of Highway 4 to Foremost and one mile south of Foremast to Manyber-ries; Highway 62 - Magrath tip Del Bonita. Effective 7 a.m. April 29 there was a 75 pel cent loading restriction imposed on Highway 23 from thi junction of Highway 3 U Barons. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Times): Cnutts, 24 hours; Carway 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. MST, Chief Mountain effective May 18 - 8 a.m. to S p.m. Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Roose-ville, B.C. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., 24 hours; PortbiU-Rykerts 8 a.m. to midnightt Logan Fasa, ciosad, ;