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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 _ THE LETHBRIDGt HERALD Saturday, November 6, 1971 Pill l-.li.MO.XTON nppflal11 dnifiun of Hie Allvrta Ci.url ruled Kriday thai prmii.cial wildlife lav.s ap- jtly mi Indian I'.vcrves. A wi'ilien judgment by Mr. in1) The I travcntion of the provincial PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) A 1 wildlife net Portland woman has been Judge B. 0, Baker dismissed awarded by a Circuit the charge in High Prairie in Court jury for eye damage tier diction of provincial and wildlife officers on reserves The case involves const it 1011- al points of law. It arose from charges that Charlie Cardinal of liie Sucker Creek Reserve dad irafiirked in big game when he sold a piece of moose meat at his home on the re- serve lo an widercover provin- cial wildlife officer a con- Study team EDMONTON (CP) Hospi- tals could be helped to function more efficiently through the services of a proposed fivc- memlwr study Murray W Itoss. executive director of I Mb r! i II As ocia I i !id I im April. He ruled II act infringes on federal statutes and therefore did net apply. Mr. .Justice W. It. Sinclair heard the first appeal and con- em-red with the earlier deci- sion. 'Hie case then was laken to Ihe three-justice appeals di- vision on the supreme court. 7n the written decision, Mr. Justice Clement said the court concluded that the federal .gov- ernment committed the Indians within the province to compli- ance wilh provincial game laws hi a 1929 agreement on natural resources. This agree- ment gives provinces the power to regulate game until the fed- eral Parliament specifically de- clared otherwise. His judgement directed that a conviction be entered against Cardinal and the matter return- ed to Judge Barker for sen- tence. There is a possibility that (be case may be appealed to tho (Supreme Court of Canad; eye resulted from which she' said use of birth control pills. Mrs. Graham McEwen, 34, said use of I ho contraceptive pills manufactured by Ortho Pharmaceutical Corp. and Syn- tcx Laboratories Inc. caused blindness in one eye and Im- paired vision in the, otber. The jury vote Friday night after hours of deliberation was 10 to The charge on which the award was made was to make adequate warnings to the medical profession and con- sumers of said drug about the danger propensities of said drug to cause circulatory and visual damage." NOT REALISTIC CALGARY (CP) Current feeder cattle prices are unrealis- tically high, vice-president E. Chisholm of the Stock Growers Association said Fri- Fired worker shoots boss VANCOUVER (CP) A man who was fired from his Job car- lur in the day returned to the warehouse where he had Friday and killed his ormer boss, city police said. Keinhold Goctz, a 46-year-old warehouse foreman for Traders Service Ltd., was shot six times in the chest as lie met his wife in a downtown waterfront street mlside the warehouse. A witness said the gunman, in his mid 20s, shot the foreman at close range and then stood quietly awaiting arrest after he told the witness to "call the po- lice." The man handed a ,22-calibre rifle he was holding to a police- man and surrendered without a struggle. Charges were expected to be laid today. Prisoner lying lawyer says KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) De- fence counsel W. R. Poole promised Friday lo present evi- dence thiit contradicts testi- mony of a former Kingston pen- itentiary prisoner that one of the 13'convicts charged with non-capital murder of two fel- low-prisoners participated i n their beatings. Thu man testified earlier he saw Brian Beaucagc, 23, of Lon- don, Ont., walk round a circle of 13 bound men during the four- day prison riot in April and sys- tematically smash their noses with his hand. Mr. Poole told the jury he would present a witness who heard the witness say: "I know Beaticage had nothing to do Soccer results Yes You Can FINISH HIGH SCHOOL with our modern, all-new correspondence courses YOU CAN COMPLETE AtL IESSONS IN SPARE TIME AT HOME OR ON THE JOB. Certificate Awarded. Stu- dents may toko Gentrcl Proaram or University En- monthly tuition. All booki supplied. FREE bro- churfl and dota luppliea immediately. NATIONAl COLLEGE 424 6th AVE. S.E., CAIGARY Addres. AN ALL-CANADIAN COLLEGE GANDHI Luther King, riaht, widow o- the civil rights leader, meets in Washing- ton today with visiting Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi. VIEW CITADEL President Tito of Yugoslavia mounts the steps to the historic Citadel at Quebec City with Quebec Lieutenant-Governor Hugues Lapointe during a visit to Quebec City Friday. Federal Industry Minister Jean Mar- chand is seen behind Mr. Tito. Honorary degree V for Tito today QUEBEC (CP) Canada and j home with his entourage Sim- Yugoslavia may learn from j day. each other on the question of i Reporters had no chance to j 1 Brighton 2 federalism, President J o s i p approach Tifo, who gave a news i pc'rl ynie 4 Aslon Villa 4 Broz Tito and Quebec Premier j conference before leaving Ot- Rochdale 0 Chesterfield 2 Onlookiug reporters wero crdercd to stand quietly under strict security conditions when lie arrived at the Citadel, where a guard of honor of the Royal 22ud Regiment waited. ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Chelsea 2 Notts F 0 Coventry 2 Huddersfield 1 Derby 3 Crystal P 0 Ipswich 2 Wolverhampton 1 Leeds 2 Leicester 1 Liverpool 3 Arsenal 2 Man City 3 Man United 3 Newcastle 3 Southampton 1 Tottenham 3 Everton 0 West Brom 0 Stoke 1 West Ham 1 Sheffield U 2 Division II Birmingham 2 Orient 0 Blackpool 2 Carlisle 0 Bristol C 1 Fulham 2 Cardiff 0 Queen's PR 0 Hull 1 Norwich 2 j Lilian 1 Charlton 2 j Middlesbrough I) Preston 1 Millwall 3 Watford 2 Oxford 1 Swindon 1 Portsmouth 2 Sunderland 2 Division III Bamslcy 2 Oldham 1 Blackburn 1 Bradford C 0 Bolton U Wrexham 2 Bournemouth 1 Torquay 0 Halifax 1 Rothcrham 1 i N'otts C 2 Mansfield 0 WARDS RENTALS Belt Vibrators, Exerciser Bikes, Trim Gym Cols, etc., etc. PHONE 32B-8775 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON I Lambert: mama and papa store gelling dirty end of lax slick j OTTAWA (CP) A govern- j Commons dehate applied persls- merit1 spokesman conceded Fri- lent pressure in an attempt to day that the corner storekeeper convince Pat Mahoney, parlia- who employs his wife gets a bad mentary secretary to Finance deal frorc the income-tax de- j Minister E. J. Benson, that the parlment, hut he said it can't be unincorporated businessman avoided. should he able to deduct his Conservative speakers In j wife's salary from his earnings. The earnings of husband and wife working together in an un- incorporated business have to be computed together for taxa- tion purposes. Mr. Mahoney said the govern- ment is trying to prevent abuses of the tax legislation that would occur if a small businessman was able to split his income from his wife's so they each I could pay at lower taxation rates. WIVES INELIGIBLE Consei-vative finance critic Marcel Lambert .said the conse- quence is that the wife working in her husband's unincorporated business is not eligible for child-care allowances, working allowances, the Canada Pension Ian and unemployment insur- ance. And Trilh small business, he said, incorporation is a pure sham that costs Clifford Downey (PC-Battle River) said the law promotes immorality. A storekeeper could hire his mistress and claim her as a deduction, but couldn't do the same if he married her, SEEKS AMENDMENT Mr. Lambert introduced an amendment that would delete the provision from the bill. Dep- uty Speaker Russell Honey said i ho would consider it during the I weekend to determine whether it is in order. llleredilk (Jjnttirciiicc] INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONIY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 S07A 7th STREET SOUTH Robert Bourassa indicated Fri- day night. Heading for Halifax today near the end of a North Ameri- can torn1, Marshal Tito told a state dinner in his honor he ap- preciated the interest expressed by Premier Bourassa in Yugo- slavia's brand of federalism. "We follow with interest the development of federalism in your country for it is a question which preoccupies many coun- tries in the he added. lie had exchanged views with l-M'inie Minister Tnidcau on tho "problems and future develop- ment of federal states." "Our meeting with you today and our stay among you has en- abled us to complete our knowl- edge and understand even bet- ter your specific problems and the roads you are following." The lasted more than an hour longer than the high point of the 79-year-old Communist lead- er's stay in Quebec. Expo 67 and tha Olympic Games scheduled to he held in Montreal in 1976 were testimony to the prestige which "Canada ard Quebec enjoy in the world." Premier Bourassa, toasting Tilo, said Quebec, "a member state in a federation, is far from being uninterested in the evolu tion of the federative socialist republic of Yugoslavia." Quebec, advocating a decen- tralized type of federalism in Canada, "is studying attentively federative formulas which tend to conciliate tlte normal aspira- tions of peoples with the necess- ities of federal or confederal de- cision-making centres." "In this perspective, the new Yugoslavian constitution could bo a morlrl rich in effective and original developments.'1 But Mr. Bourassa stressed that, apart from constitutional matters, Marshal Tito's visit will be remembered for otlier Accompanied from Ottawa by Jean Marchand, federal minis- ter of regional economic expan- sion who represents a Quebec riding, the couple was greeted in clear autumn sunshine by Lieutenant-Govemor Hugues Lapointe and Gerard-D. Le- vesque, Quebec industry' and commerce minister. There were few spectators ami the visiting couple seemed relaxed. Typical was Marshal Tito's comment as he signed Quebec's golden took that this was "one of the nicest cities in Uie world." MAYNARD RESIGNS EDMONTON (CP) Judge Lucien Maynard has resigned from the University of Alberta board of governors after 5Vz years. Written notice of the resignation was received by the board at its meeting Friday, said Dr. J. E. Bradley, board chairman Walsall 2 Bristol R 0 Division IV Aldcrshot 1 Peterborough 1 Barrow 2 Colchester 2 lircntfonl 3 Newport 1 Cambridge 4 Reading 1 Chester 2 Bury 0 Crewe 2 Soutlipnrt 1 Exeter Scunthorpe 0 Gillir.gham 3 Stock-port 2 Grimsby 3 HarUcpools 2 Lincoln 2 Northampton 0 Workingtcm 3 Soutiiend 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Celtic 1 Aberdeen 1 Dundee 0 Morton 1 East Fife 2 Ayr 2 Falkirk 1 Aiifiriconians 2 Hibernian 2 Dunfermlme 0 Kilmarnock 2 Clyde 1 Molhenvell 5 Hearts 3 Partick 3 Dundee 1 St. Johnstone 1 Rangers 4 Division II Albion 0 Queen of S 1 Ailoa Berwick 2 Arbroath 2 Montrose 0 Brechin 1 E Stirling 3 Clydebank 2 Forfar 0 Cowdenbeath 0 Dumbarton 1 St. Mirren 6 Queen's Pk 2 Stilling 2 Stcmhou.semuir 2 Stranraer 2 RaiUi t reasons, including: the FOR SALE BUILDINGS TO BE MOVED 1. One-story house and several out buildings at 3908 South Parkside Dr., Lethbridge. 2. Two-story house at 519 7th St. 5., lethbrldge BEST OFFER WILL BE ACCEPTED Phone 328-1900 or 327-8117 place you have in history and the efforts you have put forth on the world scene to see that the less p o w e e r f u 1 peoples and states have a voice in high-level international dealings. Tlie president is scheduled lo receive an honorary degree I today from Halifax's Dalhousie University, and will depart foi Edited by ELEANOR G LUXTON of Banff, Alta. Exciting account of Luxton'i and Vosj'j Voyaga in the Indian dugout, CANOE TILIKUM milej acrou the Pacificl Hair Raising Adventure Romancol Price 7RQ Autographed copies obtainable by mail MILLER'S MEN'S WEAR LTD. BOX 1754, BANFF, ALTA. CHIEF ACCOUNTANT Our fast growing Mobile Home Manufacturing Division in Fort Maclftod, Alberta, ho> an opening for on experi- enced and alert accountant. The position has an excellent opportunity for advancement ond should be of Interest to a 3rd year accounting student. wriJs in confidence itoting experience, training and lalory required to MR. H. J. HARKS Corporate Controller Northwest Design Fabrication Ltd. Head Office 851 Regtnt Ave. Winnipeg, Manitoba R2C3A9 GO DELUXE GREYHOUND V.I.R EXECUTIVE COACH WITH 'HOSTESS CARE' AND COMPLIMENTARY FOOD SERVICE DAILY.NON-STOP SERVICE To: CALGARY............. S 6.50 EDMONTON........... S15.50 Leaving Lethbridge Bus Depot, a.m. New schedule now in effect. DOWNTOWN-TO-DOWNTOWN, HOTEL-TO-HOTEL CONVENIENCE. NO RESERVATIONS NEEDED. GO GREYHOUND .and leave the driving to us. IRISH LEAGUE Ards 1 Crusaders 0 Cliftonville 0 Coleraine 4 Derry 1 Linfield 3 Distillery 1 Glenavbn 1 Glcntoran 4 Bangor 0 Porladown 2 Ballymena 0 with the beatings, but he will when I get through with him." Mr. Justice W. J. Henderson of tho Supreme Court of Ontario has directed that names of con- victs and former prisoners who testify at the trial not be pub- lished. The former prisoner, now on parole and living in Florida, told Ihe court the two men who died of beatings in the riot wero in the circle of 13 men bound to chairs by fellow prisoners and beaten as about 200 looked on, TWO DIED Brian Ensor, 26, was found dead April 18 after prison au- thorities regained control of the penitentiary, and Bertrand Rob- ert, 34, was found beaten but alive. He died a month later in hospital. Pakistani are defecting LONDON (Reuter) The Pakistan government has faced a steady dram of talent through defections by diplomats and other officials since cracking down against Bengali separa- tists eight months ago. About 100 government em- ployees, including three ambas- sadors and a United Nations delegate, have defected from Pakistani missions abroad. About half the exiles had diplo- matic status. Many have offered services and skills to the Bangla Desh (Bengal nation) movement which is seeking a separate state in East Pakistan. More than nine million refu- gees have fled to India from East Pakistan since President Yahya Khan ordered his army ir.'o'action against the military separatists last March. Picassos destroyed by vandals MADRID (Router) Police today arrested seven young men suspected of forcing their way into a Madrid gallery Friday night and destroying 24 engrav- ings and etchings by Spanish- born painter Pablo Picasso. Informed sources said the men were picked up following police fingerprint checks. Fernando Mignoni, owner of the Thco art gallery, estimated the damage at about The etchings and engravings, on loan from a Paris gallery were on display to commemo- rate Picasso's 90th birUiday Oct. 25. CANADIAN WENS! SEE PAGE 9 Weather and road report SL'.VRISK SUNDAY SUNSET Letliliridge Medicine Hat Psnchor Creek Calgary........ Edmonton...... Banff.......... Pentictcn Prince George Kamloops Moose Jaw..... Regina I Winnipeg...... Thunder Bay j Toronto i Ottawa Montreal Honolulu Mexico City Rflrr.e......... Paris.......... London II I, Pra 10 03 .01 IS 04 15 -10 .04 16 05 05 21 17 07 .03 33 18 22 02 Sli 20 20 02 2fi IB .01 37 10 .12 -13 25 5-1 -10 45 35 41 36 82 70 73 39 70 41 57 48 59 45 52 40 55 45 59 35 59 45 39 23 34 30 60 52 Berlin Amsterdam Brussels Madrid Moscow Stockholm Tokyo FORECASTS Lctlibridge, Medicine Hat. Sunny today, hlglis Cloudy periods and milder Sunday. Lows tonight 10-15, hiti'lis Sunday 35-10; winds SM with Chinook v.inds near mountains. Kootenay, Columbia To- day: Sunny and cold, clouding over in the northern areas this evening. Sunday: Cloudy with snow in the Columbia district, spreading to the Kootenays in Ihe afternoon. Winds at times. Not quite so cold. Highs today. 25 to .15; lows tonight, 15 to 25. Highs Sunday, HO to 40. For further information call Greyhound, 327-155) k Be sure to see our ad on Page 10 of today's edition for fantasic savings on Behlen Steel Buildings Farm Equipment General Farm Supplies Coutts Highway Phone 327-3165 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA ton then to C'oulls, covered with Highway 2, Carway to Stand- off is covered with a thin lay- er of packed snow, moderately slippery. Standoff to Fort Mac- leod, bare with occasional sec- tions of packed snow. Fort Mac- lew! to Calgary, mostly hare with slippery sections in the sheltered areas. Highway 3 east to Grassy Lake is bare; west. to Brocket is mostly hare. Brocket to the B.C. border is covered with a thin layer of packed snow and moderately slippery. It is sanded. Highway 4, bare to New Day- a thin layer of packed snow, sanded, moderately slippery. Highway 5, mostly bare to Welling then to Spring Coulee, partly covered wilh a layer of packed snow. Wheel parts are bare. Spring Coulee to Water- ton, covered with a thin layer of packed snow and moderate- Highways 2.1. 33, 01 and 61, mostly bare. Highway first 11 miles south of Magrath, cov- ered with parked snow. Moder- ately slippory. Remainder bare. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening iincl rinsing Coults 2! hours; Carway (i a.m. to !l p.m. MST; Del Rouita 0 a.m. to li p.m.; Rooseville, B.C. II a.m. lo 5 p.m.; Kingsgale, B.C., 24 hours; Porthill Uykcrts 8 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain closed. ffUdhorso. a a.m. to S p.m. Logan Pass closed. ;