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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE ItlHbKlUtit HcHALD Monday, Mny 29, 1973 WELCOME ASHORE Six-yeor-old Leona Ennes wel- comes Gov.-Gen. and Mrs. Roland Michener wilh flowers as Ihe vice-regal couple arrives at Bella Bella, B.C. The community was one siopover in their two-week West Coast lour. They are travelling on the deslroyer H.M.C.S. Mackenzie. (CP Wirephoto) at r SPOKANE (Special) The April through May could be as highest water flow in Ivstory of i much as 90 million acre feel, the Pacific Northwest of the j If warm, wet weather follows United States is under way, ac-1 the cool spring a rapid melt al- cording (o the operations ager of the Grand Coulee Dam in Washington. He said that water flows past the Grand Coulee Dam from ways follows. In an attempt to alleviate flooding as much as possible, reservoirs are being drawn down as much as possi- ble. Lake Roosevelt, behind the Grand Coulee, is being held to feet which is the normal low for the reservoir. Rev. Clinc elected OLDS (CP) Rev. Phil j tries line of Edmonton was elcclcd _____ Cline of Edmonton was elcclcd president of the Alberta confer, cnce of the United Church of Canada at conference's annual meeting here Saturday. He succeeds Rev. .Robert Thompson of Calgary. CELEBRATE BIRTH EODH GAYA, India (Reuterl Buddhists from many coun- lo celebrate Iho annivep sary of the birth of Buddha. The Buddha is believed taincd enlightenment have at- in Bodh Gaya and renounced wordly pleasures to preach his faith. RE'S in one of our Rogue suits. Hyde Park slyled them for men who have lhat flair for lead ship and aren't afraid to show it. Wea, Rogue. It's one suit that's not for the The Rogue Suit by Hyde Park Wheat 5 raise (CT) The lo add Ihe necessar; government purchase o( lo move the cars. hopper cars (or the addition, Ihe railways would o( grain will assure opportunity of going after expected to retain the pres- ther export increases number of cars used In year, Otto Lang, minister grain. charge of the Canadian Lang said terminal facil- board, said at the ports are sufficien Exports of 000 million handle BOO million bushels i els this year worked grain can be delivered lo facilities to the maximum the S-12 million purchase of the new cars will not new cars will permit Ihe meet the winter delivery board to aim for held up this year by bushels of sales next year, in the Rocky Mountains. said the solution to thai Prime Minister Trudeau Is more storage space notinced (he purchase Vancouver. Until the space nipbl in available, "we can always Mr. Lang said in an caught short." view the cars will be further government mea- tered by the wheat board to speed grain deliveries made available to the the terminals are expected, in proportion to the amount Lang said, but the grain grain each may soon announce said the railways will about storage space. Scholars for MONTREAL (CP) discuss the basic rights of thing from Quebec and individuals. to the late Ezra Pound's Kierans, former federal will be discussed at the 34th annual conference of Learned minister who also cieties which opens at as a Quebec Liberal university along with Mr. Le- Nearly scholars were in the early 1960s, will pected at the conference June 4 on the federal gov- brings together 44 Canadian societies, welcomed to their "ancestral home" by McGill Gray report dealing with U.S. economic ownership pal Robert E. Bell, who Canada. lhat thev began wilh the Affairs Minister Society of Canada, founded Sharp also is scheduled McGill hi speak June 4 on "Canadian- Purpose of the societies Relations in the (hey Include the Social Science Research Council of while State Secretary Gerard Pelletier will discuss the :he Computer Science government's cultural :ion and the Canadian June 3 at a meeting spon- Music is the by the Canadian Political ment o! learning and Association. ship in one or more fields of human and natural sciences. John Kenneth Galbraith, re-n o w n e d Ontario-born States economist and will address a June 4 meeting of the Canadian Economics ciation on "A theatry of growth." Rene Levesque and way leading members of the Quebecois. which wants an pendent Quebec In economic association with Canada, will take part in meetings. Mr. (CP) Rene Levesque, leader of the Parti Quebecois, said Sunday Quebec is a "landscape of political de- in "a political 5 told a meeting ol about supporters that the PQ is only party capable of grow- under the conditions that in the province. independence is the solution to the situation, only the PQ, free from "the forces of high capable of bringing it about. to recent rumors, denied, that Claude Cas- Quebec's social affairs ar would resign from the because Ihe government not strong enough in stand- up to Ottawa, Mr. Levesque the minister had realized what point it was impossible negotiate with the federal re-opened (CP) The section of the Trans-Canada High- blocked by a mudslide Friday was re-opened traffic Sunday. highway department offi- said the highway will re- open hours, with posted lo watch for rtlior slides 2f. miles east ol COVERUP AT THE VATICAN Girls at left improvise with a sweater and a jacket to lengthen their miniskirts so they can enter St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican in Rome Saturday. The girl at right was turned back by Vatican police because the skirt she was wearing was loo short to meet the standards set by the Vatican. (AP Wirepholo) II die in mishaps on weekend By THE CANADIAN PRESS At least 11 persons died ac- cidentally across the Prairies during the weekend, eight in raffic and three in miscelan- eous accidents. A Canadian Prej survey rom 6 pm. Friday to midnight Sunday night showed seven dead in Alberta and two each n Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Randy Fred Seeley, 10, of the Nanton district died Saturday after being kicked by a horse on his parents' farm. Two young people, Brian Hy- att, 20, and Edyth Alderslade, .5, both of Valleyview, were ound dead Saturday in a car near Valleyview. Police said heir car had been left running and they probably were as- hyxiated. Alberta's other four dealhs wcurred In traffic. James Boucher, 17, of Lac .a Biche was killed early Snt- irday m a car accident near hat community and George nvin, 39, of Edmonton died ialurday when he was struck iy a car near St.Albert, five miles north of Edmonton Kenneth William Ridley, 22, nd Ervin Schlosser, 19, both of lardisly, died Saturday eve- ling when the car in which liey were riding left highway 3 about 110 miles souLheasL of Edmonton. No guarantee of power on B.C. side CRANBROOK (Special) iritish Columbia Hydro will o longer guarantee power to lose who locate on the British Columbia side of the Libby pro- eel. The Lihby Dam is a S500 million project, in Northwest- rn Montana. The reservoir be- ind it is some 80 miles long, early half of it in B.C. DRUMHELLER I view of the fact that Quebec Capozzi, a Social Credit mem- her of the British Columbia legislature, says it's a miscon- ception to consider Quebec a "Have-not" province. Mr. Capozzi, MLA for Van- couver Centre, said Saturday in a Drumheller interview thai people in western Canada "are becoming unhappy about this flope. Motorists are advised to I IT i use caution in the slide area Contract For the power cul-oK as been awarded and il is cx- rccled lo be completed by arty September. The cut off to be made from the U.S. Dr. Fast outlines his plans EDMONTON (CP} The newly appointed government adminislrnlor of Red Deer Col- lege says his first priority will be to "stabilize the situation" at the institution and try to re- vitalize it. Dr. Ray Fast, named as ad- ministrator of Lhe college in place of the board of gover- nors, said he expects to lake about a year to "restructure" Ihe college admmstralJon, des- cribed in a public inquiry as the source of student and facul- ty discontent. The appointment of an ad- ministrator was the major rec- ommendation of the commision inquiry. "My first objective will be lo Lake over the functions of the board." Dr. Fast said in an in-1 terview. "I'll have to study the report in light nf the situation." He expected to take over ad- ministration of the college pos-1 sibly by next week, as soon os his appointment is approved by the legislature. Dr. Fast said his job as ad-1 minstralor will lie full time although he expected Ihe ap- pointment would be only temp- orary until the college board or someone else takes over. Dr, Fast, 36, was born in Saskatoon and received a bach- elor of education degree from the University of Alberta where he took a masters de- gree in education in 1DGO. In I960 he received his rloctonitn from Peun Slate University in Ihii United Stales. In I96R, Dr. Fast joined the receives Ihe Don's share of fed- eral government grants." "Of 95 companies in a pre- liminary count issued by Re- gional and Economic Expan- sion Minister Jean Marchand. 52 are based in Quebec and only three in B.C. and Al- berta." Mr. Capozrl said Quebec Is a province with tremendous nat- ural resources and an Indus- trious population "but Micro hasn't been the economic mo- tivation necessary to make Lhs province develop ifscjf." Far too many nf Iho federal programs, he said, are design- ed for special interest groups. GENERAL PRESENTS THE Weather and road report SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET Lcllilirirtge Medicine Hat Calgary Pinclier Creek Edmonton Banff........ Grande Prairie Prince George Vancouver Prince Albert Saskatoon Thompsou ........62 Regina Winnipeg White River Toronto Montreal Quebec Miami Boston Los Argeles San Diego San Francisco Las Vegas Rome...... Paris...... London Brussels..... Madrid Tokyo...... L I'rl 43 42 40 44 41 51 40 CO 42 30 47 54 55 48 (S3 SO RG SO 7i 5S FORECASTS Lelhbridgf, Calgary '10- ilay: Sunny. Winds SE1S-20. lliglis near 811. Ltnvs Tuesday: A clouds. Jlighs Ell-So. llnlicinc Hal Today and Tuesday: Sunny. Winds SE15- Lows 45-50. Highs Tuesday 75-80. Columbia, Knnlrnay To- day, sunny and warm; lilphs in the niid-fiflsi Tuesday, clouding over near noon iviljj a showers or isolated lliunder- showers in the aflernoun and evening. Cooler. Winds gusty near showers. Lnws. -M to 50; plli 1 highs Tuesday, near LO. MONTANA Kasl ol Ccmlinoata! Mostly fair and warmer today and Tuesday. I'cu iwlnled I li n n ri c r showers smithuesl Tuesday evening, llighs loday 70s. Lows Innighl Highs Tuesday b West of Cmitincnlal Fair and warmer loday. Partly cloudy Tuesday wilh widely scattered a f I e r noon (liundei .showers s o n I li pnrlinn. Highs lorlay and Tuesday 7V> to .1.1. Lows tonight 40s. and lo watch the highway. Meanwhile, for flagmen on highway crews remain apprehensive about the slide situation ill the Hope- Princeton area. One worker said it is feared that the entire hillside may slide across the the highway and block the .Skaglt River. "If that happens, we'll he In rral he taid. "It oreatr. a lake right i There will ho flooding." here. dcr to Waidner in B.C. Tins governmcnl division of inslruc- wiU involve the removal nearly 20 miles of line. Power will Ilicn Ix carried across Ihc Lihby Reservoir by submarine cable. TKAIN DERAILS SEOUL (AP) Four (rain- men were killed and a fiflh in- jurcd seriously Saturday night when a 35-car freight train de- railed ant] bumcd 90 miles south of Seoul, South Korea's National porlcd. Railway office re- lion and later became director of instructional services for the Alberta Colleges' Commission. Ills main responsibility, he said, uas lo co-ordinate all post-secondary educational pro- grams. All college prograns passed across his desk for ap- proval. Dr. Fast is married and lias two children. Ho said he will probobly live In Red Deer during Ihe week nnd rclnni lo his Edmonton homo on weekenrls. Communist activity worries Ilcllyer YOUR Are On Display In Qyr Sliowroasn Now O A M Irrigation Finings O Rainbird Sprinklers Alcan Irrigation Tubing 0 Ford Pumping Unils Leaders in Ihe Irrigation Industry GENERAL FARM SUPPLSES Irrigation and Farm Equipment Div. Could Highway, Lelhbridge, Phone 328-11-11 People Going Shop men's UJEflR DOWNTOWN on FIFTH STREET SOUTH TORONTO (CIM Pan1 Hell- yrr, formtr Iwlcrnl defence niinislrr. said Sunday Canarii- .ms would he shocked if they I ho extent of subversion liy Communist. in this country. Mr. Ilcllyer suggested in an Interview llml the federal gov- ernment Is keeping Hie public in 'hf1 flack .security And. lie ridded, I here is no lo fniTf1 llif ijovi'ninipnl lo dn "I-A'cn Iho police cnn'l do any- rnmmimisl subversion in Can- UiiiiR about it." Mr. Ilcllyer snid Hie only way 'IAl, AS A.M. COUKTKSV OF A.MA lo make the public nware of Hie ronl Pilur.Uon is (or Ihc opposi- tion members of Parliament to demand n new royal commis- sion into security. til bi.s homo in Ot- lasui ROMP ('ommi.s- J sinner W, I, Ilingill said be- I lirvrs "Ihrrp nol pxlpnsivo Opposition Leader Robert nnd Solirilor-Gencral .Jenn Pierre Clover were vailablo tor comment. Mr. Ilellycr, represents Trinily riding as nn independent new political parly Action Can- ada, April, he llio All highways in Ihe bridge disrlici are bare and dry. IJigliuay I, Trans Canada on llh'lnviiy bare nnd dry. Miiithol' Ki 75 per cent loading rc.slrlc- bci-iic... lion nmv nn Til, from 12 of thr junction of Ilidlnvay -1 to ANn fil from 1 milo to POUTS OF ENTRY (Opening and ij ('nulls 7'rudenu cabinet over n question f2-l hours; Canvay 7 a.m. tn Id p.m.; Jtonita ,1.111. In fi in ol principle on lion.sing and in Kno.se.ville. H.C. r, a.m. In p.m.. KinivgaU1, ll.C, :'l May. 1971, quit Ihe Liberal j Portbill Hykevts Jl n.m. lo midnight Clncf Moiini.iin ;i ;L in. h> parly raurns. fi p.m.; Wildhorsr, B ti m. lo 9 p m. ;