Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD Wrcln Moy .11, 1777 worms 'eaten EDMONTON (CI'l The Al- berta depart in e n L of afjrinil- ture has issued a warning lhat proviiif'ial n nps may [v fhrvalcnerl (lifs Mmi- mer by the Bertha army .1. R. Gurha. head of he de- partment's crop protection am! ppst fonrroi hrrinch. said Tnt's- I lie worms luuc survived w i n I e r in "very good If moths from Ihe wintering Mapu lay their eggs, could have another out- break." The worms last year caused millions of dollars worth of rinmage in Saskatchewan and Albeila rapupeed crops. About 10 per ecnl of the Alberta crop suffered .some damage; il was considerahlv higher in Kas- kalchcvan. Mr, Gurba said crUoiW'liKl- arc available ibroughnuL the province, and urged farm- ers to chod; fields for sipns of Ilic worms, "Ii" we have cool, miserable ivcallier might lo.se a lot at the hatching Mr. tiurba said caterpillars which Jinloh in mid-July from e tills laid by moLhs usually re- quire two to three weeks be- fore substantial damage is caused. If caught early, they can be c o n t r o 1 led chemically. Last year, after Hie outbreak began, Ihe chemical lannate was im-' pDilerl i.o hall Ihe .spread Ihe norms. WATCHFUL Deputys -from the Passaic County Sheriffs Department stand by as lalks go on inside willi prisoners who seized control of one part of the Passaic Counly Jail Tuesday. (AP Wirepliolo) Prefer to probe enrolment trends Slabbing death spur, .s charge VANCOUVER (CP) Police have charged a 21-year-old I man with non-capital murder i in connection the stabbing death Mondny night of a moth- j er of four in an east-end low- income aparlment project. Charged is James David i John Bilton of Vancouver. The dead woman was idenli- j [led as Mrs. Morion Verlaan, 43. Police arrested Bilton shortly after the stabbing and after a j constable had fired a warning into the air. Police said a man entered' Mic woman's suite about p.m. An argument ensued, and Airs. Verlaan's children fled j after the man struck the wom- an. Police said that when Mrs. Verlaan ran from l.he Apart- ment the man began stabbing her. EDMONTON' (CP) The government is Jiot prepared' ar Ibi.s lime I o indicate a spccifir site or to make 1 7i commitment on the exact' date for the opening of a fourth j unhersity in Alberta and has! shelved plans for the proposed Athabasca university, advanc- ed education minister Jim Fos-1 lor announced in Ihe legisla- lurc Tuesday. prefer (n await, and ex- amine university enrolment trends for the next two or three years before making such Mr. Foster said. But tbc cnveni merit recog- nizes time is necessary to plan a muvcrsiiy, particularly one which departs from traditional patlcms lo ibe extent contem- plated in the Athabasca univer- sity model, and will undertake a pilot project which test _o_ in a practical setting various! physical material ami human dimensions of the Athabasca j resource." necessary to the cle- iiniversity model, I velopmrr.lal sUuly, The final Alleged frauds probed by council L VANCOUVER fCP) Aid. Harry Rankin Tuesday strong- ly criticized city welfare direc- tor, Walter Boyd for public- ly suggesting there is tiie Depreciation regulations awaited by formers OTTAWA Farmers will i chinery and equipment have to u'ait lo find out if the J chased after May G by spread welfare fraud city. Mr. Rankin charged al a city council meeting that Mr. Boyd had gone beyond the latitude allov-td public servants ant] h a d indulged in political ac- tions. Mr. Boyd's charge of welfare rnarle iiflcr several hundred welfare cheques were r.nl picked up in person by re- cipients during the current r._ j slriKu by civic Tbc have Injunction not needed MONTREAL (CP) There Is no question at present of Mont- real seeking a court injunction lo end the 19.day old strike ot. its blue collar workers, Gerard Niding, chairman of Montreal's j executive committee, said Tucs- day night. 'The situation is not such as tn require special i Mr. Niding said in an interview aflcr a day long executive com- jiittiee meeting. The city would have to prove that public heallh and safely was endangered to win an in- junction simiar to Ihe one that ended a file-day strike by the same workers in the midst of a blizzard last February. May 8 budgetary provisions for accelerated depreciation will apply lo their operations. A. P. Cleave ford-Kindersley) pressed Fi- nance Minister John Turner to lell Hie House if he will be ex- tending the provisions an- nounced in his budget for accel- erated depreciation lo primary producers of farm products. He a.skcd specifically if they would lie made applicable to grain producers. Mr. Turner said Ihe House payer to be used for the purpose tax- I normally would i been mailed. of manufacturing or processing I goods for sale or lease in Can Promplcd ada may be written off in two frora. a George and Jonathan Jackson in Ihc Angela Davis hclil in contempt of court for innl cmlKl Tuesday viilh the refusing to lesiify. A defcncL las! v.ilnos -falhcr of slain motion for dismisal of SOI mo.iiuJ hrallh, 1 Richard 1 Superior Court a denying Ihc (jue.st for dismisa and ha xcl ht-i'in The askcfl for a direct on fient evirJcnfo. Muss IJavis, 23, i murder, kidnap ,11 in connoct.ion Coimly nmrl house 7IIE SlldW Mi: Dr. Loll a II F..x ecu live Dirccloi liirian Service e mm on her If'iJi nl projori.s al uin.' of her pri-vio in a crnvvrl )ji Cali'iilla a hmkcn sfidiiidcr, M'horlulo. fie the noxl da Ihe fad, lhat she 1 ID oiilain me ii'jiiry. On ano v.as slrici.en infection caii'-.cd water, hul manage for six weeks. Thi1; time in '.'7 Hi .1 nni ciii> 1 Irj-. i Siren, nu.ju.i THE tlQUOR LICEr (Seclio NOTICE OF LIQUOR A Tlip Following nolicc ij provisions of The Liquor The orpa comprising The Ihrjl poriton of local !mr bounder of boen 01 a If Of The Eleventh day of Jul date uDon which the ACT (PART 3) i 90 KEARiNG OF PPLSCATION published in accodancn with Llcrnsinq Town of lalos and moment Mo. 1 lying Nnlionl Pnrlrj hn? i-nl nprion arf a Fnr pur. hns ni 'he arc) consider npplicaiions aw An. prior f0 u ppiu.or, by 500 scnlii-d l.itul onl.on IT i. "i (ninirJ nn tin l.un Cii (1 'llrnib'T prosecution closed ro-huttal case after Jxisler Juckson lolfl Ihi! jiulfii'; 'I IHII lod my only l wo SOILS ;md I don't want lo lake part in these proceedings, for the prc.scrv.ilion of holLoms nol KDMONTON (CP1 Tlir riiy's first h o M o in 1 c s s rtnncors were found puiHy here of taking parl in an iin-rnural pt-iiorinanc-o .Judsc 1. n c 1 n M.'iynnrrl liaiuled dn-.vn a iu ill on Tno.s-day in Ihc cii.HO of nnd I.inrla Alberlina Mlynnrclink. 'Ilioy were lo he. sonlcticcd laU-r. The Raid the hollom-lo.ss pei'fnrmnnce li.id nolh-infi "artistic nnd ;ihoul it. "It is n hnso, indecent nnd i m in oral performance do-signed anrl lor lhi> snip !'f fllMJir-in] Iho Board has recr. filiciors of ihi; above dn rnsncd 'hr- tin'-', r.t applioH for Dnlfrl al Edmonton, nin-irr-nth Hny of Moy, 1972 MOTE: P, :-.s rnquf.tinn n pii.lil'.rilf vole musl bi- nn (lift r-fficinl pntlrjon onus wltirh mciy hn oljlnmorl from Thf Liqi or Cr.nlrr.l Ronrd. 17360-1 Al Sirr-rl, Edmonlon, T5J ?P-1, willi mOruclion for [he of M priilinn A. D. ELLIOTT Cliciirmcm Tho Alhnrtn Lie nor Control Security report release deniande 'Longest Uy PAUL JACKSON Herald Ottawa HIHTHM OTTAWA Calgary North Ml' ISldon Woolliams has de- manded that Prime Minister Trudcau cither release (lie lull secrecy-shrouded IOCS It o y a I Commission on StcnrivL report or else explain to the Canadian people that to release il would further endanger security lull that the governmcnl is doins all it car. to halt subversion in this country. Mr. Woolliams, a top Alberta criminal lawyer and shadow posted CALGARY (Special) An nouncemcnt has been made by the United Stales Department of Slate of the appointment ol Harold E. Hall, a senior career foreign service officer, as Con- sul General at Calgary. He assumed his new duties tins week, replacing Valdemar N. L. Johnson who has retired. Mr. Hall, a native of Logan, Utah, has been a member of the United States foreign ser- vice for 20 years, serving pri- marily in British Common- wealth countries which in- cludes Australia, India and England. justice minister in the Progres- sive Conservative opposition, made the statement on the heels of another day of healed (jues, lions in the House of Commons ahoul Ihc extent of Communist subversion in Canada. At point in Ilin Commons, the prime minister openly sug- gusted lhat Paul Ilellyer.'a for- mer defence minister and dep- uty prime minister, broke his oolh of office by making public certain IP-formation lie ob.amed while a Liberal cabinet minis- ter. On Saturday and again on Monday Mr. Helyer, who broke with the Trudcau government and formed his OUTI Action Can- ada parly, said Canadians would be shocked if they knew (lie extent of communist subver- sion in Canada. Mr. Hellyer has said the Tru- deau government "doesn't give Ihc peoolc the facts" and ''ot'.en misleads" Canadians on the state of the country's security. Both Mr. Woolliams and David MacDonald (PC Egmont) tackled Mr. Trudeau and Solici- tor General Jcan-Picre Coyer on the matter Tuesday. Mr. MacDonald suggested Hie prime minister osider setting up a commute A privy coun- cillors to meet Mr. Hellyer and investigate any information about subversion Ihe former cabinet minister might have. Mr. Trudeau could then report back to the Commons what rec- ommendations o r actions the government had in mind. The prime minister said lie had not considered this ap- proach. Mr, Trudeau said other MPs could talk with Mr. Hellyer if they wanted. WONT GIVE UP Claude Si. Jean, left, and his brother Luc, of suburban Leonard, consulf a medical rext as par! of their batlle for more research inlo ihe rare disease which is gradually paralyzing them and their sister. The disease, Friedreich's Ataxia, afflicts about 100 people in Canada bu1 its cause is a mystery to doctors. The Si. Jean's recently sent a petition lo federal Heallh Minister John Munro asking more money be made avail- nble for ctoxia reseocch. The World Famous 3 Ring ?a had not heen i medical aid for occasion i.en with a virus by polluted in carry on was the only hat an I'SC ;il Spai'k.S TODAY of and p.m. and Thursday, June 1st I.ETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION GRANDSTAND Rush Tickets Available at Grounds Advance Tickets at Poster's Jowellciy and Gontlemon III Men's Wear Adults Jg Children (12 and under) 2 SHOWS EACH DAY nnd p.m. OTTAWA (CP] Liberal Mi's from Toronto Riivc Ilic Lib- eral clearly Lo un- dersliiiid Tuesday that its pro- posed foreign hilrcover legisla- tion is noL an jitleijuale response lo ownership of Uic LHionomy. The point. rcRistcred by tv.'o Toronto Liberals in Ihc sec- ond day of Commons debate on Ihc lefiislalion. Prime Minister Trudeaii has doKcribecl Ihc legis- lalion as the longest step Ihe governmert is prepared to take lor the time beinir to 'rjU; foreign domuialioi: ol Canadian industry. A third Toronto MP, Charles Caccia (L a v e n p o r h. couched his support of thu bill in terms of it being a prelimi- nary Lo other and stronger mea- sures. From Tan Wahit however, cfnne a slern ivarninj; Dial "Canarfians will feel liitle but dismay if Ihe gov- ernment puls this measure for- ward as ils final statement of policy in this field." He added that "it is most im- portant lhat tile government in dicatc clearly that this particu- lar bill is in fact merely one measure in such a continuing program (o regain control ol our economy." MINISTER PROTESTS The comment drew from In- dusLry Minister Jean-Luc Pepin an indignant protest that lie had slated as much while introduc- ing the legislation for second- reading debate Monday. "That certainly is a real ad- vance hut H is not the retorted Mr. Wahn. While Mr. Wahn 5aid he would support the bill, he made clear his feeling tha' it should have at feast as far as Lhc1 report on foreign investment and ownership Issued in 1970 by Ihe House external affairs commit- tee. Tbc report of the committee, which Mr. Wahn heads as chair- man, strong controls on the operation of multinational corporations in Canada and set the aim of f> I -per cent Canadian ownership of industry. Sieve Olio (Ir-York Easl) suggested thai Ihc authors of llw It'sistolion tare heen naive. L ready to talk says VANCOUVER rCP) The i n leniatioiial Woodworkers of America, representing LVi.noo coast workers, says it is ready to ncgoliaie w i t h the British Columbia forest industry as soon as the industry makes "a genuine counlcivpropusal." IWA regional president Jack Moore stilted Hie union's posi- tion Tuesday in a telegram to Labor Minister James Cliabot, earlier cnlled for the re- sumption of lalks bdu'een the IWA and Forest Industrial Re- lations, bargaining agent for the companies. The IWA has listed 44 de- mands, including an across- the-board wage increase ol SI ail hour mi I IIP current boto rale of 53.72 an hour. FIK says the union demands would mean an average hourly increase of more than S3 for each woodworker in wages and fringe benefits and would cost the industry more than Kllfi million in the first year if im- plemented. Tho FIR has not made a counter-proposal. GENERAL PRESENTS THE Weather and road report EL'MIISE THURSDAY SUNSET 11 1. Prc 34 Ii5 31 Hit 3D 111! SI) 81 4-1 HI -Hi .02 EC 117 5li 110 49 63 49 til 39 85 55 81 39 77 48 CD 50 Ii2 33 50 28 fin 40 .20 75 52 (13 63 .50 7li 49 08 50 ..18 5G CO 47 .03 81 66 C4 64 72 SS 50 74 47 I.ctlibririge Medicine Hat Pincbcr Creel; Calgary Vermilion Kdmonlon Banlf Higli Level Peace River Penliclon Prince George Vancouver Prince Albert Baltleford Tbompson Hegina Winnipeg Thunder Bay Wllilc River Tornnlo Ottawa Quebec St. John's Halifax Charlolletov.-n Chicago Boston........ Los Angeles Diefo San Francisco Honolulu.......r.5 73 Mexico City......32 61 FORECASTS I.ethbriilge. Medicine Tnrlny: .Sunny. of nit I afternoon or evening shower alnng the foothills. Highs in Ihe upper su.s. I.ONS near 50. Thursday: .Snlim. Chance (it an aflerjKJmi Miniver or Ihini- (lershmver. Higlis near SO. i Columhia, Koolenay To- I (lay. sunny v.iih a few cloudy i periods. Tonmlit, clouuy. A feu1 1 s h o iv e r s or (Jiunderslonns. Thursday, cloudy becoming sunny by noon. Higlis today, 80 to 85. Lows tonight. 45 to 50. HiRhs Thursday, 75 to 80. MONTANA Kasl of Continental I7 a i r and conlinned tc-- day and Thursday. Chance of .isolated afternoon thunder- showers west portion Tluirs- day. Highs both days 85 lo 95. Lows tonight 4r> lo 55 j West of Continental Fair today and Thursday w ith isolated afternoon and evening Ihundcrshowers. A litlle coolei Thursday. Highs loday lo 9.5. Lows tonight 45 lo 55. Ilighs Thursday UOs. YOUR Are On Display In Our Showroom Now O A M Irrigation Fittings Rainbird Sprinklers Alcan Irrigation Tubing S Ford Pumping Units leaders In the Irrigation Industry GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Irrigation and Form Equipment Div. Could Highway, Lelhbriclge, Phono 328-1141 OH H I VI, OF .'l.llll ii'iiTusv or All highways In Ihc Loth- lion now on Highway 61. frou bridge disrlict are hare and IS miles easl of Ihe junction ol dry. Highway 4 lo ForomiM 1, Canada on HHm.iy frdni 1 Mi'lhway, bale, and dry. Minlh ill 1'nreiiniM In Many 7u per cent loading rcLlric- berries. 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