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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD Saturday, May 26, 1973 News in brief 30 die in Yemen dash BEIRUT. Lebanon f AP) At least 30 persons have been kill- ed in four dajs of clashes be- tween North Yemeni security forces and armed bands along the border between North and South Yemen, Egypt's Middle East news agency reported to- ri a v. band which was mining the bor- der area opposite Baidha. North Yemen and Marxist- ruled South Yemen ended a three-month border war with an agreement last December pledging they would merge within a year. North Yemeni tribes, who lost 70 of their In a dispatch from Sanaa, the chieftains in last year's fight North Yemeni capital, the reoorted agency said fighting erupted in mS, have been reported un- the Red Sea republic when se- curity forces tried to arrest a happy about the peace agree- ment. Envoy confers about Cambodia PHNOM PENH States envoy William Sullhan conferred for an hour today with President Lon Xol on the serious military situation in Cambodia. Sullivan and his party spent three hours in Phnom Penh fol- lowing three days of talks with tian Premier Sotn anna Phouma. j Ceasefire agreements have been signed in both Vietnam j and Lacs, but there is none in Cambodia. When asked in Saigon whether Thieu was satisfied with proposals drawn up in Paris by Henry Kissinger and Hanoi's Le "Due Tho for Stanfield warns strikes could paralyze Canada By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA A tieup of the Canadian economy by three major strikes that could paral- yze the country this spring and summer is imminent unless the federal cabinet takes quick and effective action. That warning was sounded in the Commons by Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield Friday but Acting Prime Minister Mit- chell Sharp could only reply that he would discuss tile situ- ation with Labor Minister John Munro. Dissatisfied Mr. Stanfield urged the acting prime minister to impress upon his colleagues the need for "considering these disputes as serious matters." Mr. Sharp assured the opposi- tion that the labor minister re- ports to the cabinet regularly on such disputes. The Air Canada strike, that has shut down its finance branch at Winnipeg, was raised in the house by David Orlikow North) who claimed the crown company brought on the strike by refus- ing to accept the unanimous re- port of the conciliation board. government-owned Air Line is facing a nation-wide strike involving employees Trudeau says control pressure not exerted South Vietnamese leaders in strengthening the Jan. 27 peace j Saigon, then flew on to Vien- agreement, Sullivan refused taine for consultations with Lao- comment. Tories plan axe for Info Canada Police chiefs meet at 'Hat By STUART LAKE OTTAWA Con- numerous examples of what Mr. Henderson calls "non-pro- servatives served notice in the ductive spendings." Commons Friday they will try One way to let the Buckled A wooden bridge on the CNR mainline 40 miles west of Edmonton smould- ers after a fire destroyed it Friday. The low-level bridge spanned part of Lake Wabamun. Fire guts public P1VR Twirl to close down Information Can- know how its money is spent is j Vxl l JL1 MS- ivl MEDICINTS HAT CCP> Po-' Police Chiefs Association also ada by refusing to vote its S10-, to televise sessions of Parlia- lice chiefs from Western Can-' approved automatic withdraw-1 billion budget next month, ada approved a resolution Fri-, al of parole for parolees charg- The Bank of Montreal announced Friday that its prime lending rate is being increased by one- quarter per cent to 7U per cent effective May 23. of Rome, Pietro Forquet of from of retired audi- some members of the opposition Naples, Benio Bianchi of Liv-1 to use tbe opportunities for in- quiry ghen them." "Don't tell us fairy in- terrupted Erik Nielsen (PC- Later Mr. Nielsen named a series of ministers, including Energy Minister Donald Macdo- nald, Indian Affairs Minister Jean Cliretien and Supply Min- ister Jean-Pierre Goyer, as ex- amples of cabinet members cur- i small business base rate rently at per cent. I In announcing this change. I the bank said that loan de- mands continue to be abnor- mallv high. "An appreciable portion of this demand arises Campora i pardons 500 i I prisoners as the 900-foot wooden bridge spanning part of Lake Waba- nmn, 40 miles west of here was destroyed. The low level bridge was only 21 feet above the water. There was no immediate in- dication from railway officials on the cause of the blaze and the cost of replacing the bridge. Passenger trains originating in Vancouver will stop at Edson in west central Alberta. Pas- sengers will be taken by bus to Edmonton and continue the trip east by train. Westbound trains will terminate here with passen- gers going by bus to Edson and completing the trip by train. Few delays are expected in passenger service because of the disruption, the spokesman said. The spokesman said three freight trains will move daily in each direction. They will be diverted on CPR lines through Calgary and rejoin CNR tracks at Kamloops, B.C. There will be seme delay in ence. He pointed out that he could not rule out controls completely and say that Ottawa would never attempt to impose them while he was prime minister. There had to be a contingency plan ready to be made oper- ative in case the situation i "who can't give a straight an- j freight traffic, the spokesman said. "We will move all pri- All other lending and deposit' from the fact that bank financ-i BUENOS AUlbS (AP; rates for the present will re-, ing is much less costly than' President Hector Campora_par- ir.ain unchanged, including the other sources of funds." Deaths doned more than 500 political i swcr to tbe Barry Mather f ority items and consolidate _ WlJte Rock) said the auditor-1 number of general's report of what he con- j Calgary Power reduced siders ''improper, wasteful or power generation at its two Youths held after two schools bum DAWSON CREEK (CP) RCMP in Dawson Creek are holding three youths in connec- tion with two early morning fires that destroyed two ele- mentary schools in the north- ess tern B.C. community. Police say the three are bsing questioned in Connection wiih the fires that destroyed the Tremblay Elementary School in Dawson Creek's south side residential area and the down- town Dawson Elementary School, just three blocks from RCMP offices, and in connec- tion with a recent break-in at a curling rink. RCMP say others are being sought. changed and they became nec- essary to meet the changed conditions. Earlier Finance Minister John Turner told a press con- ference that the provinces ap- peared to accept the federal view that wage and price con- trols are not the answer to in- flation. He disclosed that his con- troversial and long awaited cor- porate tax measures will be brought before parliament next week. The ways and means- motion in advance of the in- come tax bill is expected to be introduced Mondav. who are members of the Inter- national Association of Machin- ists and Aerospace Workers. They could legally walk off their jobs starting midnight Tuesday but are now not ex- pected to start a strike until early in June. work stoppage by grain handlers at 'the Lakehead is also in the cards. The dispute is before a conciliation board. Its report is expected early in June. dispute between the Canadian National Railways and CP Rail and non-op- erating railway workers could develop into a full blown strike that would shut down the rail- ways, the house was warned. Mr. Stanfield asked the acting prime minister for information about the railway and grain handlers disputes. He also asked what initiatives if any the government is taking with re- gard to settlement of the dis- putes, Mr. Sharp said he would dis- cuss the disputes with the la- bour minister. James McGrath John's East) asked if the gov- ernment was giving considera- tion to setting up an industrial disputes commission, as recom- mended by the Woods Task Force report of 1968 and by the Conservative party, such a commission quired to define areas in the public interest and provide a mechanism whereby industrial disputes which threaten to par- alyze the economy could be averted. He said was re- Weather and road report SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET H L Pre. Las Vegas...... 87 Denver 75 Honolulu......... 84 Rome......... SI One fireman was taken to j Paris 72 hospital with smoke inhala-1 London.......... 72 tion today but was released i Berlin Lethbridge ......51 Medicine Hat .73 Pmcher Creek 51 Grande Prairie 51 Pincher Creek 51 Grande Prairie .51 Edmonton.......70 Banff........... 52 Calgary........64 Victoria......... 58 Prince Rupert .50 Penticton........60 Kamloops........59 Vancouver......57 Saskatoon.......63 Regina .....CO Winnipeg......55 Toronto........63 Ottawa.........66 Montreal........63 Chicago..........68 New York........57 Washington...... 57 90 Los Angeles.......67 38 43 40 40 40 40 45 32 2.57 .31 .11 .01 .35 .01 Phoenix MODERN INDUSTRIAL RENTALS 1250 1st Ave. S. Phone 328-S896 "Industrial and Home Owner Rentals" RototillerJ, Inwn lawn Comber} ond Aerotors, Fertilizer Spreaders, etc. RiNTAL IS YOUR BIST BUY By THE CANADIAN PRESS New Rev. Joseph Flarmelly, 78, auxiliary bishop of New York. Syracuse, N.Y.-Msgr. William J. Shannon. 62, former CBS ra- dio singer during the 1930's and administrator of the Cathedral j of the Immaculate Conception jhere. j West MinUro. Eng.-Kennetb Alteop. 53, author, critic, tele- vision interviewer, and former I rector of Edinburgh University. prisoners w ithin "a f t c r n o n-productive expenditures'' i plants on Lake Wabamun when j his inauguration Friday and i should become a best-seller in more were expected to be freed Canada today. The executive to all prisoners whose crimes were considered by the new government to be politically motivated and includes many guerrillas convicted of subver- sion or terrorism. j The U.S. had its Watergate; order applied i the British had their sex scan- dal. :'I think the auditor-general's report contains certain items which would be interesting to intense smoke from the fire threatened to short circuit high voltage transmiss ion lines that cross over the rail- way trestle. A company spokesman said carton particles in the smoke could have provided a link be- emergency meeting of Canadian readers, especially if j tween conductors on the high- they are interested_ in retaining' voltage lines, causing a short- following treatment. The first fire was reported at a.m. MDT. RCMP say both fires were ''definitely aison.'' The fires, which are still burning, have left some 900 stu- without classrooms. Amsterdam .......59 An the Peace River south school board will be held this afternoon to If you can wait 4 days Snap-up hot bargains from an inventory of millions of dollars. They re a real steal! Shoppers Stoppers start Thursday, May 31 Simpsons-Sears The sweeping decree had Canadian content in our publi- j circuit. Full power generation decide what to do about ac- heen opposed strongly by the i cations." said Mr. Mather. i was restored Friday night. I commodating the students. military junta that surrendered j power to rampora and his Per- onist government after seven years of military rule. Campora's inauguration be- JB__J gins the second era of Per-1 Provincial egg men agreed Friday to set up a national marketing agency that will begin controlling egg production and pricing June 4, a spokesman for the Canadian Egg Marketing Agency said. Delegates from Canadian egg boards ended three days of talks in a "generally positive, happy spirit'1 the spokesman I said, adding that current mar- i and the agency was never for- mally formed. Under the new agency, egg production quotas will be par- celled out among the provinces in an attempt to regulate sun- plies and keep prices from bouncing up and down. Con- sumer groups have complained that such agencies have a ten- dency to drive up egg prices, but egg men say that agencies merely stabilize them. Provincial egg agencies take than can be used at home. of the problem is chicken feed. B.C. farmers have to buy feed through grain dealers who get Prairie grain through the Canadian wheat board. Costs have jumped to a ton from two years ago. But Manitoba chicken farm- ers can buy feed from a grain farmer next door or even raise their own. The saving are sub- stantial, and Manitoba egg men can charge less for their eggs. Manitoba Agriculture Minis GEHL 600 High Capacity FORAGE HARVESTER Hay Pickups or Corn Head Available GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1141 keting differences between their share of the national pro- j {er gam fjskiw savs B C Manitoba and British Columbia would be settled by the agency. All agreed that the latest pro- vincial chicken-and-egg war was a problem, but were con- fident the agency would be able to work out a solution. Provincial governments and egg marketing boards agreed early this year to set up a na- tional marketing agency under federal legislation passed after two years of often violent de- bate. Rul that agreement was reached before the latest Mam- toba-B.C, conflict nut duction and divide it among various egg men. Ideally, the agency would co- ordinate all egg movements ex- cept those within a province and settle the type of dispute now throttling tiie two western provinces. At issue between the two Is the right of one province to sell eggs in another. B.C. says that it must keep cheaper Manitoba moves to seize Manitoba eggs are illegal and has referred to a Supreme Court decision brought down in 1971. Under it, the high court ruled that provinces cannot establish mechanisms that limit free trade between provinces. On April 14 and 15, the B.C. egg board seized Mani- toba eggs from supermarkets in the Kootenays. eggs out of the province if it is I Although the problem was not to stabilize its home market. Manitoba maintains that it must export eggs to survive, be- cause itc farmers product more resolved at the closed meetings this week, the agency spokes- OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA Motorists are reminded that snow tires and chains are ra- quired in Banff and Jasper na- tional parks. Highway 1, Calgary to Banff is bare and wet. Banff to Gold- en has some snow but has been plowed and sanded. Golden to Revelstoke is bare and wet. Banff to Kaclium some snow but has been plowed and sanded. Plowing and sanding are still in progress on the Banff-Jasper Highway. All other highways in the Lethbridge district are in good driving condition. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Aden 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Carway 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Chief Mountain 3 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Coutts 24 hours; Del Bonita 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgatc 24 hours; Porthill Rykerts 8 a.m. to midnight; Wild man said if has now become a I Horse S a m. to 5 p.m. Logan Pass closed Open June 1. Roose- "problem of the agency." jville 8 a.m. to midnight. ;