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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta UlllHRIDf.F IICRMn Hiundny, Moy 3S. I97J TAKING IN THE SHOW Mrs. Pal Nixon is Hanked by Mrs. Leonid Brezhnev, of Ihe Soviol Communisl Parly leader, and Mrs. Sophia N. Golovkina as ,cfl, ,be chr-- ballcl sludenis perform at llie Bolshci Thenlre School of Choreography in Mos- Thursday. Mrs. Golovkina, a former primn ballerina, is director of Ihe school. (AW Wirepholo fay cable from Moscow) end readied SILVER SPUING. Md. (Reu-lhim as lie campaigned for the ter) Alabama Gov. George Democratic party's presidential Yv a 11 a c c, partially paralysed nomination said his voice was from an ndraiplcd assassina-1 not always as slront! as normal, lion nine days but buoyed I APrK.-MlANTKS OUT by an unexpectedly pood show-j He evidently excluded himself hip in ilia Oregon Democratic i from any public appearances presidential primary election. before the Democratic national has admitted he had reached! convention July 10. in Miami the end of Ihe speaking this year anjway. "KoiTV il lias to end this way." he told reporters Wedues- His doctors have virtually rfay from his hospital bwl in rulc-rl mil any personal cam- Silver Spring, on Washington's I from a wheel- outskirts. ''There won't be any chair should he never walk again. But he has promised to stay in Ihe coulesl tor the party nomination. ........_ _i His wife, Cornelia, who was reporters for Hie first lime since: wilh him during Ihe brief inlcr- hc was shot at a political rally I view, and congressional allies Mav 13, at nearby Laurel, Md. I will appear for him at cam- "I feel he said. But j paign meetuigs. those who had travelled with; Millionth he never was given Jet aircraft Lo be used to sidetrack hailstorms more than an outsider's chance of ever winning the nomination in July. Wallace's fortunes took an agreeable swing in the presi- dcnlial preference vote Tuesday in Oregon. health care aired at hospita CiLENMS ZILM WINNIPEG (CPi It was a mailer of "passing-the-buck" when Ihe Canadian Hospital As- sociation's annual meeting Wednesday discussed who was responsible for rising health- care costs. wrecked by bomb PARIS tune bombs apparently set by a ter- rorist organization opposed to American war action in Viet- nam damaged the U.S. consu- late and American Legion head- quarters today, but no one was injured. A third time bomb was found in Ihe Avenue dcs Champs Elys- ees offices of Pan American Airways and was defused by po- lice bomb specialists. Trans World Airlines was warned that another bomb had been hidden in their offices, but it could not be found. A Committee of Co-ordination, in a communique, said it. was responsible for the bombs and made it clear it an action against American Vietnam pol- icy. Several hundred persons were evacuated from the TWA and Pan Am buildings on the Ave- nue des Champs Elysees as the search lor bombs went on. A nearby shopping arcade was also evacuated. TWA. said it. received B call DeiOie UIC L'CniOLl illiu iiuuvurti convention July 10. in Miami O 7 T Beach, where the parly will Vk j-k fo f j fhfftYt choose its presidential candi-1 V IJ dale for the November election. J I. more speeches for you fellows." Wallace, recovering from four gunshot wound? and with a bul- lel still lodged in his spine, met s on By BOB THOMAS ROME (AP) "There arc.1' said .Sophia Loren, "more effective ways fnr an actress to be sexy than simply by taking off her clothes." The Naples-born film star was discussing such matters as sexuality and women's rights at the 17th century cha- teau she and husband Carlo Ponti call home- It resembles a junior Versailles, except itioii EDMONTON tCPi Two T-1 The planes, in Ihe third year 33 jel aircraft will be used this J of experiments by the Alberta year in an attempt to sidetrack, bail studies group, will use -m j hailstorms which caused more i cloud-seeding flares In an at- Oil than S10 million damage in Al- tempt lo dissipate or reduce Ihe effects of hail. I The group has found that in Ihe last two years, several slorms in soul hern Alberla wliich were seeded In their early stapes had dissipated. Experiments in seeding more berta last summer. HOW TO WRITE A GOOD WANT AD Want Ads. They can malo i fully-dcieloped storms are to things happen you i bs carried out in an area be- xun the right ad. Here's ween Edmonton and Ked professional, money-saving Deer. on Iiow_lo.vTiic the The Alberta Hail and Crop eel i hat-will fell, iusl about anything. You'll learn why paid ou, 52.73] .00 in hail insur- insurance corporalion last year Tcal emotion often, outs rold, haul facia, and how nhbrc-vialions can backfire! ance claims to more than farmers. Most of the payments were made as a result of a j c j nidtie as a ui a Oneor articles and features h[ h hj th Red Deer the June Reader The Alberta Simmental Association OF SELECTED PERCENTAGE SIMMENTAL CATTLE BEING HEID Al THE IACOMDE SALES PAVItlON IOCAIED Al THE RESEARCH 51AIIOS LACOMBE, ALBERTA, CANADA il rommenccs ol 12 Noon sliorp Mounloin Daylighf Saving lime SELLING APPROXIMATELY 77 HEAD OF SELECTED 5IMMENTALS From breeders in Ihe province of Alberta British Columbia Soshotchewan This sale ii rnncle up of tlio following percentage! Simmental entile 12- Simmr-ntnl Fr-moli-, Hfciffr and Bull CnUoi nt jidr, (mosily calves A- Croi'. dus !o :i cnlvsi 1 ye-ni Ing rross hftit'c You will be plcaicd with the quality of Ihe nbove Pcrcfn- tnyp Simmenlcil Ceil lie- For I sale. Major airports ara loccilorl til Ctilgory and Edmonton, Alberto. If transportation required from lliosc points, for U.S. A rind oul-of-provinco Ccmriditm plfcisn nd For (urlhr-r information rfrjanlinrj plcaie contact Si mi and Otji'vie, P.O. Drawer 770, Red Doer, Alborta Phone (403) GARFIELD OGILVIE No. _. Rod Ucor AUCTIONEERS AND OGILVIE Offifi Downtlnin in AMA OuiUlinq P 0 770, Rrd Allinrtn, Omndn TERMS CASH KEITH SIM KI Ejmniii il> No 51-010317 KATMANDU, Nepal (neuter) The European expedition to Mount Everest has abandoned because of bad weather its at- tempt to t'limb the world's high- est peak by its southwest face. the Nepalese foreign ministry announced today. The ministry said the Everest team established its sixth and hiph camp at an altitude of 26.900 feel last Saturday, and Ihe next riny a .summit team could reach only 165 feet higher. Sudden bad weather then led the expedition lo abandon any plans for further attempts to reach the summit. The expedition, officially known as the German-British expedition, in fact consists of members of six nations. The expedition started out iv.ith 15 climbers plus several scientists from West Germany I Britain, Austria, Italy, Swilzer- i land and Iran. that it has more modern deco- rations, such as painlincs by Picasso, Renoir, Kantlinsky aml a of JJenry Moore sculptures. Miss Loren was enjoying a rest from her rigors on Man of La Mancba, her first art has sung briefly in oilier films. She plays the earthy, misused Aldonza, with peasant garb and frowzy hair. One of the scenes called for her to be raped by a gang of muleteers, Always an advocate of real- Ism, she emerged from the scene ballered and bruised. Al.so fully clothed. NUDITY NOT NEEDED ''If the dramatic impact is there, nudity isn't she insisted. "You can show every tiling that needs lo be shown by focussing on the face and Ihe dramalie ac- tion." Sophia, now 37, once did a strip during her hungry days as an extra. more. 1'Directors don't even ask me, because they know I wouldn't do she said. No prude is she, "I have seen The Decameron, and I loved she added. "It was daring and earthy, a nice way of approachmg sex. Then other directors tried tn make copies, and they were very bad. They make me Jaugli." "Producers make the mis- take of thinking that daring scenes will sell a picture. They don't." saying the bomb had been placed in the basement. At Pan Am, the bomb was said to have been placed in a locker. Bomb blast kills three Americans HEIDELBERG (AP) West German authorities pushed an intensive search today for ter. rorists who bombed the U.S. Army's European headquarters in Heidelberg, killing three Americans and wounding five others. Investigators said that so far they had no clues. But the West German Interior Minister, Hans Genscher, said police were con- centrating on an extremist group known as the Baader- Meinhof Gang. A group called the Red Army Faction, believed a part of the gang, claimed responsibility for thn bombing on May 11 that killed an American lieutenant- colonel at a U.S. Army head- quarters in Frankfurt and for recent bombings at police sla lions in Augsburg and Munich. The Heidelberg bombing Wednesday night was the filth terrorist attack in West Ger- many in Ihe last two weeks and the second on n U.S. Army in- stallation. Ontario beer stores lo sell 'mini keg' TORONTO (CP) Beer stores in Ontario will begin sell- ing draught beer in "mini-kegs" June 26. The 132-ounce package is de- signed lo lit into home refriger- ators, a spokesman said. Norman B, Wright, president of Formosa Spring Brewery, said the beer will also keep ils freshness and flavor for up to Ilirec months without refrigera- tion. The initial retail Ilian S10 plus provincial tax- will include the contents, tap- ping device, cylinder and a dec rative insulated keg holder, he said. The company also plans to sell replacement mim-kegs con- taining approximately one gal- lon of draught beer for less than the cost of a 12-bottle case. The keg is returnable and will In- clude a 25-cent deposit. FACE TIBER CHARGES Teacher jobless forecast on tight financing HOME CReutcr) Two Jtal- liin inrluslrialisUs were arrested here and taken to prison charg- er! wilh polluting the R i v e r I nancing, Tiber industrial waste from control, CALGARY (CP) Teachers should hlame their forecast un- employment rales on tight fi- aborlion and birth Harald Guilders o n, their factories. The two men 1 president of the- Alberla School could face short jail sentences Tmslcss Association, said Wcd- niu! stiff fines if found guilty, nosday. SOMMERFELDT CAR SALES CLEAN, QUALITY USED CARS and TRUCKS 1961 GMCiton, 6 cyk 1968 CAPRICE WAGON V-S, tmlo., P.S., P.B. RoHio, Tilt Whotl. 1966 PONTIAC 2-DR, HOT. V-8, nuio., P.S., P Fl 176? vw BEETLE 321 13lh STREET N. 1968 DODGE Vi TON V-B ild. Tully toadod with Factory Air PHONE 328-9444 Jle was replying lo state- ments earlier Wednesday by Walter Hughes of Edmonton, president of the Alberla. Teach- ers Association, that some school boards arc generating mass hysteria over spiralling education costs, resulting in discrimination against teach- ers. I Mr. Gunderson. also n mem- j of the Calgary public school board, said light spending rcgu- j lalinns imposed on school boards, declining student enrolments, were the real vil- lains in teacher unemployment. School boards are reducing their staffs, but Ihey arc also making cuts everywhere else, Mr. Gunderson .said lie denied thai any boards Mould cut teaching staff Iliev umild reduce MT- J vires such iis equipment and admini.slralion. Mr. (iundersoii agreed with Mr. Tlughes thai financial re- slrielions imposed by the pro- vincial government in would lend lo n ponrnr quality education. However, I lie dam- age would not show up for five lo seven years, he said. Of 1hc teachers' plight, Mr. (iundersoii said "F can nppre- ciale some of Iheir concerns I only liojio I hey can under- stand ours." Cpeakers and delegates bick- ered politely about who was re- sponsible for the rapidly rising administrators, trustees, doctors, politicians, federal nr provincial govern- ments or the public. All agreed lhat rapidly in- creasing to cent increases each of Hie last three a problem. Politicians and a demanding public came under fire at the opening session by President W. A. Holland, "Many health care costs laid on the doorstep of hospital boards and administrators are, in fact, Ihe result of public poli- cies fostered by greater and greater public he said. Later, Saskatchewan's health minister, Walter Smishek. criti- cixed hospitals and Ihe medical profession for failure lo correcl inadequacies in health care, in- cluding spiraling costs. "After all the years of talk about health costs and benefits, I would have expected noticea ble improvements in the quality o[ health he said. "The main costs involved in the health system are not gener- ated by government. The three biggest (cost) factors today are physician services, hospital services and diagnostic and in- vestigative services." One delegate from the floor said the federal government led the provinces into expensive services by sharing costs for medical and hospital services Lawyer to head Legion REGINA (CP) Winnipeg lawyer Robert G. Smcllic was elected dominion president of the Royal Canadian Legion Wednesday. Mr. Smcllic, 43. who served with the Winnipeg Rifles dur- ing the Second World War, suc- ceeds Judge J. Redmond Roche of Montreal. Also at the Legion's biennial convention Wednesday, Robert ROBERT SMF.I.I.IE now president McChesney of Kirkiand Lake, Ont., was elected executive vice-president. J. A. De Lalanne of Montreal was elected treasurer and Ches- ter Merriam of Tara, Onl., was elected chairman of the execu live council. All elections were by accla- mation. Four vice presidents also were elected. They are Dave Hunter of Vancouver, Edward Collcy of Calpnry, Dong Mo- Donald of Branlford. Out., aJid .lames Fagan of St. John's, N'fld- In other business, the dele- gates voted in favor of allowing sons and daughters of legion- naires to become associalL members of the organization. Police issue warning on stolen calves CRESTON. n.C. (CP) Police have issued a warning to residents and nienl process- ing companies in wcsloni Cnn- adii lo nn I ho watch for to M stolen calves whose meal is for hiimnn consumplirm. Tht: cahcs. rniss-lirrd e r c; stolen from Aha. A police spokrsninn saitl (lie calves had hecn trealed will) a hacleria vaccine and vitamins u'liirli m.'iko Ilio inr.-t! flnntjor- oiis for lunn.'in ronMiniplion. Anyone Ihe stolen an- imals is lo call the nonr- cst KCMP office. The police lias been issued 2-1 liours; Carway 7 a.m. lo MIC four I Ilnoscvillc. 11.C H a m. In :osts eefing jut not, for preventive and chronic care services. Manitoba Premier Ed Schreyer said the cosi spiral was complicated by hospitals find nlhcr heuHh agencies "liv-ng wilh (lie old rather [han keeping up with available technological advances, J. L, assistant clcouty minister oE the federal government's health department's health programs branch, said a former president of the association had agreed wiLh government estimates that a 10-percent increase in efficiency was possible in a possible saving of million a year. All speakers agreed something must be done, with most opting for a new approach Inward ''total health with the emphasis on prevention rather than just, treatment. Mr. Fry described the federal government's recent views on this, outlining cost-sharing proposals in which provinces would get a basic pcr-capila grant adjusted yearly. This could be applied by the provinces toward a total health care program rather than jusL hospitals of medical .services. As well, the federal government would provide a special "thrust fund" of about million over six years to permit the development of. special censor boards are ultra vires EDMONTON (CP) Lawyer David McDonald said Wednesday he believes film censor boards are beyond Ihe constitutional powers of provincial gov-crumenls under provisions o Die British North America Acts. Mr. McDonald said during a panel discussion on censorship at the University of Alberta Law Centre, Ih e Alber a Amusements Act which provides for a censor is ultra vires, because it interferes witl federal powers, under wlricl the criminal code is adra nis Lercd. Jack- Day, Former chief Al berta film censor and now a CBC film critic, said he favors a system which would use a approved" classification Theatres using Ihese films would be liable lo prosecution and this would put pressure on the film industry to censor it self, he said. Mel Binder said Hit reasonableness of the common man is a good standard for (c citling what offends common decency. For tlirs reason, a ]2 member Jury should consider cases involving undue exploi tation of sex and distribution o obscene material. Psychologist Dr. Dirk Schael fer, Ihe fourth panel member said he does not believe tha pornography harms anyone. Dr. Schaeffer, a university o Alberta professor, said [hat sex offenders have been found to have seen less pornography than others. Weather anc SUiVHISE FRIDAY SUNSET II L Pre Letbliridgc G2 38 1.17 Pincher Creek .56 34 1.50 Medicine Hat 69 41 .37 1 Edmonton 59 44 .36 Grande Prairie 34 Banff ..57 41) report UTC nflrnioon. GiisHf winds. Highs 50-55. Lows near 40. Friday: Sunny. Highs 60-G5. Medicine Hat Cloudy witb periods of rain tlu's morning, Showers during the afternoon Highs 55-60, Loivs 40-45. Fri day: Sunny. Highs near 65. Calgary Rain this moniin] with showers during the after noon Strong north winds Highs near 55. Lows near 40 Friday. Sunny Highs near 65. Columliia-Kootciiay To day: Mainly suiuiy excep mostly cloudy with a few show ers in tho morning over eas Kootenays. Highs today 65 tt 70 except near 60 over eas Kootonays. Lows tonight near 40. Friday: Mainly sunny am a little warmer. Ilighs Friday near 70. MONTANA Fast of Continental Divide Scatlercd showers today ain Friday with thunderstorms in Ihe cast porlioil accompanicc by gusty winds. Rain locallj heavy along the northern bor dcr today. A little cooler In tha east. Warmer west Friday Ilighs today 55 to 65 west 65 io 70 easl. Lows lonight 35 to 45 Highs Friday 60 to 70. IVcsl of Conlincnlal Divide Rain extreme north scallerec showers elsewhere t o d a v Clearing lonight. Sunny am warmer Friday. Highs 55 lo 05. Lows tonight 30s. Highs Friday CO to 70. Calgarv (il 39 Pcnticlon 61 Prince George 58 2G Kamloops 117 38 Vancouver 5fl 41 Saskatoon Regina 72 52 74 5F1 .74 Toronto 7H 40 Ottawa 70 Montreal 72 47 St. John's 31) 28 Halifax 52 Charlottetown 4a 29 Fredericton G5 3.5 Chicago Miami 72 Los Angeles 70 59 Las Vegas 92 Paris G-l London (il 52 Berlin H 55 Amsterdam Stockholm 59 46 Tokyo 77 55 FOHECAST: I.cllilmdge Rain this morning with sliowcrs GEHL FORAGE HARVESTER And DAIMAN STACKMOVER DEMONSTRATION MONDAY, MAY 29 P.M. Across from Boullon Doiry on Jail Farm Propeily By Ken Dickson of Gensrcil Farm Supplies and Factory Personnel GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coults Highway Phone OFFICIAL AS OF A.M TODAY COUItTKSY Ol'1 ASIA All highways In the Highway B2, from Magralh bridge dislrirl ore bare and lo Del Honila. dry. Si'niwlacv road from Micli. Highway 1 Trans Canada way 2 lo llie Holly Iliver Dnrigo Highway, bare and (hy. lie; r i Inn rcslriclions on Uic follow- highways: llifiluvay Rl, from 12 miles cast of Hm jimclinn of 4 lo Kuremopl and from onn miln Mmlli of M.nnvbcrries. per cent load- i Sceondary road 879 (rom Ihrce miles north of Foremost lo in miles norlh of Foremost, llifilmay 5 from Mauralh lo the jimrlion of Highway 2 at ,1fi from Vanxliall lo ic junclion of Highway i. 1'OllTS OF TNTnY (OpPnhiR nnd TlnMnp Conll.s p.m.; Del r.onila !i a.m. In f. p.m.; p.m.: KiniNlalr. Imnrs; lirovincrs anil in Ihe imrlInvest- j I'orlhill tl a.m lo niiilniRlil. Chief iMnunlain ern I'nilwl Sl.itns. WlWhorw1, B m In i p.m, ;