Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, May 1973 News in brief Sex scandal subsiding LONDON (Renter) Brit- ward Heath Monday night said j ain's sex scandal appeared to be subsiding today as the gov- ernment dismissed allegations that more ministers may have been involved in a vice ring. police investigations had pro- duced no evidence to support suggestions that two further members of the government A statement issued from the had had liaisons with prosti- of fice of Prime Minister Ed-1 tutes. Holiday traffic toll heavy CHICAGO i AP) Traffic ac- ended at midnight Monday cidents claimed 465 lives in the j night. United States during the three-1 The Associated Press counted day Memorial Day weekend. 565 traffic deaths during the The holiday period began at 6 11972 Memorial Day weekend, p.m. Friday local times and' also three days. Coal miners kitted in iire IWAKI, Japan Renter by the fire scrambled to safety Fire in a coal mine near here j through other exits in the Joban j today killed three men and left i mine. ore more unaccounted for, po- An explosion was at first be- lice reported. lieved to have caused the fire Six miners were injured as but an investigation showed about 125 men initially trapped there was no explosion. Protection payoff started BUENOS AIRES, Argentina part of the first installment of (AP) Residents of a Buenos Ford's million-dollar protection Aires shamytown lined up today for 3.000 food packages from the Ford Motor Co.'s Argentine subsidian The packages, delivered Mon- day to the local church, were Stage protest payoff to the Peoples' tionary Army, whose guerrillas j wounded two employees of the company during s. kidnap at- tempt last week. Icelanders hold up a sign "God Save The'Cod" during a protest in Reykjavik again- le presence of British Navy vessels within the 50-miles off shore fishing limit claim- ed by Iceland. The Navy units were escorting British fishing vessels, who are at odds with the Icelandic government over the taking offish inside the 50-mile limit. sf Barrett expresses confidence JNATO appeals for solution NEW YORK (CP; Premier Dave Barrett of British Colum- bia winds up a three-day visit to New York today confident that U.S. business leaders will not turn their backs on his ad- ministration. The premier, who leaves on a European tour tonight, said in an interview that he has ''every confidence we can come to terms" with U.S. businessmen. Restraint urged in cod war Sheep plant site selected From AP Rcuter BRUSSELS (CP) Iceland took its cod war fishing dispute with Britain to NATO today, IXNISFAIL (CP) This' dustrial park and will employ and the Western alliance irome- town 120 miles south of Ed- j 50 persons. diately appealed to both sides to monton has been selected the The facility will be built by' exercise restraint and try to site for an sheep pro- j the provincial Sheep and Wool reach a negotiated solution, cessing plant, town council was Commission and operated by! An official statement, issued i masson) on government. instruction of his The council, after discussion, appealed to both parties in the present fisheries dispute to ex- Repressntatives of the 15 al- lies held a preliminary dis- cussion Monday of the fishing dispute, which threatens the al- liance's base in Iceland from erase the utmost restraint and which it keeps tracks of Soviet to take all such measures which submarines m the North Atlan- may contribute to a negotiated i tic. solution to the dispute." told today. Cliff Doan, the Conservative member of the legislature for Innisfail, advised council the site "Hill be in the town's in- Deaths By THE CANADIAN PRESS Sherbrooke, Gauthier, 57. president of tele- vision station CULT here and the Alberta Lamb Producer's Cooperative. I Details on the start and com-1 pletion of construction were not immediately available. Millionschchikcv, 60. an inter- nationally-known physicist and promoter of detente with West- ern nations. Kristjan- after a council meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Organ- ization, which lasted less than one hour, said: The North Atlantic council, under the chairmanship of the i secretary general (Dr. Joseph LABIS j. met today and took note of a statement made by the Ice- landic ambassador (Tomas To- Prime Minister Olafur Johan- nesson's leftist government said Mondav that it had "de- The NATO statement went on: ''Further deliberations of, the council will be held within manded" that NATO see to it the next days. Meanwhile, -n i diately stop protecting illegal bv at the request of the council, the secretary general is maintain- ing close contact with all inter- ested parties in order to further a speedy and amicable solu- tion." vice-president of Teemedia a j son 44_ chief of agriculture" for network of rad.o stations, after j the'United Food flnd a lengthy illness. Agriculture organization in Kingston, Don-1 Rome, after a long illness. aid McDonald, 59, who rose j _____________ from junior clerk to become president of the Empire Life In- surance Co. Charleson. 70, who retired five years ago after 15 years as adoption con- sultant with the Ontario govern- ment child welfare bureau. Dmitrievich Important VIC makes ruling on head of house fishing British trawlers within the fishing limits of Ice- land and that the warships be withdrawn." The demand followed the shelling Saturday of the trawler Evcrton by an Icelandic gun- bnat within the 50-mile territo- rial limit Iceland proclaimed last September. Foreign Minister Einar JAgustsson said Monday night Iceland would decide today whether to take Britain before i he United Nations Security Council on charges of aggres- agreement r5 reached MODERN INDUSTRIAL RENTALS 1250 1st Ave. S. Phone 323.8896 "Industrial and Home Owner Rentals" We have o good stotk of pumps and welding equipment RENTAL IS YOUR BEST BUY SAIGON fCP) South Viet- namese and Viet Cong military TORONTO 'CP) Mr. Jus- tice Barrel Heald, an umpire i for the Unemployment Insur- ance Commission, has ruled that the commission no longer i will regard a man as automatic head of a household. The decision decided that sion. Thomas Newcomb. a history j m London, and geography teacher in Vik- naval chiefs, ing, Alta. Mr. Newcomb's wife was also a teacher in Viking and she was offered a with the Canadian Public Service in Borden, Ont., as a language teacher. The I negotiators agreed today to ex- change maps showing the areas I of control claimed by the two armies in the south, a South Vietnamese spokesman an- nounced. The spokesman described it as a most important agreement jin the almost paralysed mili- tary talks on implementing the ceasefire. man who follows his wife to an- i The job carried higher pay, other town for her career ad- i bstter working conditions and can be regarded as more. professional opportunity quitting his own job for just! in tlle words of the cause. i opportunities, the wife and the referees in Barrie, Ont., which by_majority opinion, that a ,ob leaders and a conference of fishing industry government offi- cials was scheduled for today to discuss the dispute. RIGHTS IN QUESTION Britain, West Germany and other nations whose ships tradi- tionally fish those waters around Iceland reject the new accept. The husband could not find a If you can wait 2 days Nab the values! Roundup double-barreled bargains from an inventory of millions of dollars! codered Bo den a, d apphed for unem- The referees said that be- eligible for immediate UIC ben- efits if his wife's promotion was the reason for his own unem- ployment. A couple will have to show ployment benefits He was not allowed imme- diate benefits under the regu- lation that penalizes people who quit their jobs "without just cause." He appealed and the referees in Barrie held the commission tcrial waters unilaterally be- yond the generally accepted 12- mile limit. Iceland says iis vital fishing industry is threatened by for- eign fishermen. Jchannesson's government has indicaled it might recon- sider its NATO commitment if the British warships are not re- moved to give its gunboat a free hand against the trawlers. The government a'ready has that the wife's advancement 1 had been right to disallow the' banned British planes from the j represented a significant benefit benefit. i to them both. The issue was raised bv Grain crops seeding makes good progress CALGARY (CP) Eighty- seven per cent of the province's spring wheat crop had been seeded by last Friday, the Al- eberta Wheat Pool reported Monday. Fifty-four per cent of the oats, 53 per cent of the barley Foreign doctors to face stiffer examination test EDMONTON coming to Canada countries will in from other about two Decision delayed 011 egg issue I United States base at Keflavik. CRANBROOK (CP) A decision on a motion to quash a search warrant used in seizing Manitoba eggs from Super-Value stores in the Trail, B.C., area and an appli- cation to test the constitutional- iiy of the British Columbia Egg Marketing Board have been put off to June B. Mr. Justice H. C. McKay of the B.C. Supreme Court agreed to the delay at the request of F and W Wholesale Ltd. of Trail, which operates sis Super-Value stores in the Trail j today if it were not for doctors area. from the United Kingdom who make up between 25 and 33 per cent of the province's physicians, he said. years face more stringent ex- aminations before being allow- ed to practise in this country, the president elect of the Al- berta Medical Association said Monday. Dr. Grant McPhail told a service club meeting the tight- ening of standards is not aim- ed at doctors from any specific countries. It was part of an Over all attempt to improve the practice of medicine. How ever, he specifically mentioned that he considers medical training in Pakistan and India to be sometimes not up it the quality of Canadian training. 'DEFINED LICENCE' By 1975. Dr. McPhail said, all provinces will have adopted the '-defined concept of licensing doctors either in a specialty or in general prac- tice. This would replace the present system of licensing doctors in all fields of medicine at the same time. Alberta would bs in trouble The eggs were seized because they had not been purchased through the egg board. They were marketing selling at lower prices than B.C. eggs. F and W wholesale spokes- roan Esther Wood says her company will continue to im- port the lower-priced Manitoba eggs. Effective Monday, the price of B.C. eggs to producers in- creased an additional two cents a dozen, to 59 cents for Grade A la'rge. B.C. egg producers said the increase was necessary be- cause of the high cost of chick- en feed which they have to im- port from the prairies. Dionne quints mark birthday MONTREAL (CP) The three surviving Dionne Quin- tuplets marked their 39th birth- day Monday with their families in suburban St. Bruno. Germain Allard, husband of Annette and a spokesman for the three women, said the day- was "an ordinary workday" with "nothing special" planned. The sisters and their families might go out for dinner later in the week. Annette, Cecile and Yvonne, born in Callander, Ont, in 1934, all live in St. Bruno, 15 miles south of Montreal. Annette has three children: Cecile, who is separated, has four, and Yvonne is single. Emilie died of suffocation during an epileptic fit in 1954 and Marie died of a blood clot in 1970. Mr. Allard said the three women, who visit each other and go out together often, "are perfectly happy" after an ab- normal childhood in which they were the centre of attraction. They have not seen their par- ents since Marie's funeral in 1970 and Mr. Allard said the relationship is "fairly cool." and flax, and 46 per cent of taa rapeseed was also sown. Although Southwestern Al- berta received beneficial rain- fall during the weekend, about two-thirds of southeastern Al- berta was seriously in need of added moisture, the Pool said. In central and northern re- gions, soil moisture conditions were good to excellent, al- though the provincial soil mois- ture index had dropped slightly from a week ago. Seeding intentions of Alberta farmers had changed only mar- ginally. At this point, wheat acreage was expected to be up 15 per cent from last year, bar- ley up seven per cant, oats down one per cent, flax down three per cent and rapeseed down seven per cent. Farm costs on upswing OTTAWA (CP) The cost of operating a farm jumped 6.1 per cent in the first three months of this year, Statistics Canada reports. By comparison, food prices rose 3.5 per cent in the same period, from the end of Decem- ber to the end of March. But the March increase in food prices was 2.6 per cent. Statistics Canada reported that the 6.1-per-cent increase largely was due to price in- creases of 18 per cent for live- stock feed. 15.3 per cent for fee- ders cattle and 31.1 per cent for seed. Costs for western farmers went up 4.4 per cent while those for eastern farmers rose 7.6 per cent. The increase for the year end- ing March 31 was 10.2 per cent nationally, 12.4 per cent in the east and 7.7 per cent in West. the Weather and road report Appeal made for 'Pass area blood donors BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) j An urgent appeal to blood donors is being expressed by Mayor John Holyk of Coleman j Mayor Ernie Fantin of Blair- i more, Mayor Jim Fisher of Bel- j levue and Mayor Tony Patera of Frank. The Canadian Bed Cross Blood Transfusion service has brought to the attention of thr> Crowjnsst Pass that the attend- ance at blood donor clinics has fallen off in an alarming figure in the past few years. The clinic is being held in the Crowsnest Consolidated High School from 6 p m. in 9 p.m. Tuesday. THURSDAY, MAY 31 Your coupon's in the carton of Albs'to Fresh Eggsl Send it in postmarked midnight May 31 to compete in the final draw for Sunbeam Electric Hand Mixers. Double Your Sunbeams send TWO in envelope. OF THE SUNBEAM EGG COOKER MRS. J. C. Hill Mi Aider Avt. sntrwoMi Ptrk MRS. C. W. KERR U KltflllTh PI. S.W. CALGARY MRS. M. SUIGIR U EDMONTON MRS. JAMES O. BAKER 1M4 IK Avt. S.W. CALGARY MRS. J. AMATTO M S. LETHBRIDGE u Crts. CALGARY DOUBLE YOUR SUNBEAM WINNERS MRS. J. I. AILAN DOROTHY KILPATRICK SlIiJBury MED SUNRISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET II Lethlridgc .61 Pincher Creek 64 Medicine Hat..... 56 Edmonton....... 51 Grande Prairie 63 Banff........... 58 Calgary 62 Victoria........ 66 Pcnticton........ 72 Prince George 64 Kamloops....... 76 Vancouver...... 62 Saskatoon 66 Regina......... 63 Winnipeg........73 Toronto 71 Ottawa 63 Montreal........ 61 St. John's........58 Halifax......... 53 Charlottetown .66 Fredericton...... 65 Chicago......... 70 New York....... 70 Miami 87 Los Angeles......101 Las Vegas.......94 Phoenix.........102 Rome...........82 A Pre f f London......... 72 -.77 Amsterdam 59 Moscow......... 64 Stockholm....... 70 Tokyo...........77 Mexico City..... 84 54 48 54 54 52 64 59 FORECAST: Lethhridge Medicine Hat Today: Cloudy with show- ers becoming sunny this afternoon. Winds westerly 15 to 20. High 70 to 75. Wednes- day: Mainly sunny. Low to- night 43 to 50. High Wednes- day 73 to 80. Calgary Today and Wed- nesday: Mainly sunny. High today 65 to 70. Low tonight 40 to 45. High Wednesday 70 to 75. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Widely scattered showers east and north fair southwest today. Fair all sections tonight and Wednesday. Highs today 65 to 75. Lows tonight mostly 40s. Highs Wednesday 70 to 80. West of Continental Divide Fair today tonight and Wednes- day. Highs both days 75 to U. Lows tonight 35 to 45. GEHL 600 High Capacity FORAGE HARVESTER Hay Pickups or Corn Head Available GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA 1 reported bare and dry. Widening of one mile section of Highway No. 3 east of Fort Macleod is in progress. All remaining highways 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 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Coutts 24 hours; Del Bonita 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgate 24 hours; Porthill Rykerts 8 a.m. to midnight; Wild Horse 8 a.m. to p.m. Ixigan Pass closed Open June J. Roose- ville S a.m. to midnight.