Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
___Thursday, November 4, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 UJS. elections million fund planned lo boost rural Alberta turn up WASHINGTON AP) The election of Frank L. Hizzo, a law-and-ordcr policeman, a s mayor of Philadelphia, and the winning of the governorship m Kenlticky by Wendell Ford, who campaigned againsl President Nixon's economic policies, may give 1972 political planners a couple of clues they have been looking for. The professionals in Ihe Re- publican and Democratic par- ties, now gearing up for tho presidential election next Nov- ember, also may take a few hulls from Cleveland where Ralph J. Perk roiled over Dem- ocrats and the would-be black machine of outgoing Mayor Carl B. Stokes to become the city's first. Republican mayor in years. Elections were held through- out the United Stales Tuesday on the local and stale levels, with one election involving congressional seat. In San Francisco, Joseph Ali- oto, running as the mayor who has kepi his cily "cool" during four years when other U.S. urban areas have been in tur- n.oil, survived Ihe chill of a fed- eral indiclmenl lo win another term againsl 10 challengers. In Pittsburgh, Republicans may have launched an attrac- tive young star of the future in ketchup heir H. John Heinz III, who easily won the congres- sional seat up for election. clues William Waller, nominee o! 'Mississippi's traditional Democratic party, smothered Ihe bid of Charles livers, sought lo become the slate's first black governor. In New Jersey, Republicans relaincd control of Ihe state Senate but Democrats surged to a advantage in the Asscm bly with one independent also elected. The Republicans had held a :i-to-l margin in lh lower house. The law-and-ordcr approach that worked in Philadelphia went stale in Boston where Mayor Kevin White won a surprisingly easy victory over Representative Louise Day Ilicks for another four-year term. In Baltimore, a Democratic landslide put William D. Seine fcr, a moderate, in Ihe niayoi s office, succeeding Democi t Thomas D'Alcsandro III. who did not run for a second term. The Democrats also retained all 18 seats on the city council. Schaefer defeated his Repubh can opponent. Dr. Ross Z. Pur pont, voles lo 17.7-10. fn Can-, Ind., thai stale s firsl black mayor, Democrat Richard G. Hatcher, decided to go for another term and The! regular meeting deal- i ing with proposed charges in the Highway Traffic Act will not likely be held this year, says and Transport 1 Mm tor Clarence Copithorne. The demands on the time of tlie new Progressive Conservative government, now seven weeks old, makes the organixa- i tion of such mefiings difficult, the minister said. He added dial only housn keeping amendments In the Highway Traffic Act are ex- peeled "at the next session of the legislature. The annual meeting to dis- SOVIET AID CAIRO 'API The Soviet i t J 1 .j. r rf -t lias agreed to supply Egypt with an aluminum plant to 'meet all its local needs and provide for exports of S43.7 million a vear. il was announced Tuesday. Tlie plant will employ 3.500 workers. A V tta i, rt COAST SEAFOODS Truckload Sale of FRESH FISH AND SEAFOODS will be held at fort VHhoop-tJp Thursday, Nov. 4 and Friday, Nov. 5 From 1 1 a.m. to 8 p.m. HAVE YOU TRIED SEAFOOD DEEPWATER POINT Map locates the route of the oil tanker Manhattan through the western Arctic, and Babbage Bight, about 20 miles southeast of Herschel Island A feasability study, revealed to oil companies in Calgary, suggested that a marine oil terminal off Babbage Bight would be ideal to service both the Norlh Slope oil field of Alaska as well as any big producers located in the Mackenzie is usually held lo November. It brings together police officials, representatives of mo- lorist groups, truckers, municipal officials and highways department Trudeau under fire EDMONTON (CP) A mem- ber of the first Greenpeace pro- test mission has c r i I i c i z e d Prime Minister Trudeau for failing to offer adequate leader- ship for Canadian protests against a proposed United States nuclear tcsl on Amchilka Island off Alaska. "The lest, would nol take place if President Nixon knew there is a and strong, protest in Can- j Ben Metcalfe of Vancou- ver lold a public meeting at the University of Alberta Tuesday night. Because the protest move- ment lacks national leadership. Mr. Mclcalfe said. President Nixon can look at Canada and say: "It's only a people's pro- test and I can ignore it." It was up to Prime Minister Trudeau lo make the U.S. presi- dent aware of the proportions of the protest "Our protest has no real na- tional leadership. That leader- ship should come from Mr. Tru- deau. 'We've been driven Ui the conclusion that his reluctance reflects a reluctance to be re- buffed by Mr. Nixon to be rebuffed at the international level. "Let him weigh thai agiansl being discredited at the national level." The first Greenpeace mission sailed from Vancouver Sept. 15 aboard the 71-fcot halibul boat Phyllis Cormack, intending to sail Iliree miles off Amchitka Island on the day of the blast. Short of fuel and provisions, it turned back when it became ap- parent that the test world not be set off in October. Wage, price controls out says Star TORONTO (CPi The Star says the Senate finance commit- tee has rejected wage and price controls as a solution to Can- ada's inflation problem. In an Ottawa slory, the news- paper says the committee will issue a report later Ibis month stressing a new role for the prices and incomes commission. It says the report proposes thai Canada adopt the tull-ciu- ploymcnt-hiiflget e o n c e p t. in which government spending is geared to I lie level of revenues that would be raised from taxes if there was full employment. The Star says the committee will also urge establishment ol a special economic commission to carry out short-term eco- nomic research. uui, KUHIOKA, III. (API Sheriff Queinlin Dursl received a post- card here reporting tile theft cf a 1026 Packard sedan. The card was dated Feb. 1932. Postmaster Clifford Ijehman said the card was found re- cently when the post office moved lo tinoUicr location. >bu're at STORES "TOWN COUNTRY" W.T. RETREAD SNOW TIRES INSTALLED For many models of FORQCHEV. PWMOVTH PONTIAC To Irarn how great this bargain is, just listen to this! These Retreads arc backed by the same NO-QIMMICk GUARANTEE that stands behind our brand new tires! There s no time limit. No mileage limit. No double talk. 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