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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta v V 1 v NfXT jail sent QUEBEC (CP) One-year jail sentences for three top Quebec labor leaders which sparked province-wide protests last May, were upheld Monday by the Quebec Court of Appeal. Louis Laberge, president of the Quebec Federation of Labor, one of the three men Involved, said Monday night his federation would appeal his sentence to the Supreme Court of Canada. The prison terms were Imposed on the men for lei ences up ment for acquittal. It quoted tho defence: "Its not a question of playing the prophet lo realize that a new imprisonment ot the appe-lants could plunge Quebec into a situation worse than we experienced last May." The appeal court justices, An-toinc Rivard, Francis Lajole, Marcel Crete, Claude Gagnon and Jules Deschcnes, also rejected arguments that the Quebec Superior Court did not have the jurisdiction lo issue the back-to-work held disobey Injunctions, avowedly aimed at 'breaking the re gime" of Premier Robert Bou rassa. News in Plan undersea p WASHINGTON' (Renter) -The United States and France announced Monday a joint undersea project to explore the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean at depths as great as two miles. The program is called French-American will be a three-year exploration of the mid-Atlantic ridge about 200 miles south of the Azores. The ridge is an undersea mountain range that extends from the Arctic Ocean down the entire length of the North and South Atlantic Ocean and continues around Africa lo the en route nffliiP Economic indices workers to defy back-t o-work injunctions during April's 11-day public claiming responsibility for advising the hospital workers I ROME (AP) Juan D TORONTO (CP) Sylvia Os-rv, clu'cf statistician of Canada, said Monday that federal indicators of unemployment, consumer prices and the gross national product fail to measure the quality of life. The economic indices, she said, do not indicate the happiness and hardships of the conditions they measure. Speaking to a combined luncheon meeting of the Club and the Toronto Business and Professional Women's Club, she said it was not possible "to capture the human condition." Dr. Ostry, who left the Eco nomic Council of Canada to head Statistics Canada, said federal unemployment figures do not measure the hardships of the discouraged or disabled who are not in the working [orce, or of the working poor. clinibs dead in West Germany after trees crashed onto persons and automobiles, flying debris from roots and scaffolding struck passershv, and flooding hit coastal areas Monday. The East German news agency ADN reported IB East Germans lost their lives in storms with winds of up to 125 miles an hour. :iear blast tests fell short of expectations. France has carried out six nuclear atmospheric tests in the Pacific since 1065, with a suspension in 1969 owing to financial considerations. This year's series was aimed at perlecting the atomic trigger for a French hydrogen bomb. The tests were carried out In utmost secrecy In the face of vehement protests from many countries. big strikes Vietnamese command said, nearly 700 rounds of artillery, rocket and mortar fire hit government troops operating north and south of Quang Tri City and south of Hue, and several battles broke out. The U.S. command announced the B-52s today made their deepest penetration into the North since last April, attacking stockpiles of war material 59 miles below the 20th parallel J. B. Arthur McGuigan, former deputy attorney-general of Prince Edward Island. Frank Bow, 71, a representative from Ohio in the U.S. Congress since 1950. Colombo, Sir Velu-pillai Coomaraswam, 78, former Sri Lanka high commissioner in Malaysia, Burma and Canada. Nigara Falls, Vicomte Adhemar de Chaunav de Lan-zac, 76, French-born director of the winemaking firm of T. G. Bright and Co. TIME Lumber truck lies on lit lide offer flipping and spilling in New York on '.he way to ihe Queens Midlown Tunnel, in Ihe shadow of trie sign exhorting travel on Ihe long Is and Railroad. Accident slopped all three inbound lanes of the Long Island Expressway. No one was injured. (AP provincial legislation. The Court of appeal said the sentences were entirely justified. When Mr. Laberge, Marcel Pepin, president cf the Confederation of National Trade Unions and Yvon Charboneau, Quebec Teachers Corp. began serving the sentences last May, Quebec was thrown into a period of labor chaos. The three leaders were released later that month when they registered appeals. Mr. Laberge said in a statement Monday night he was not surprised at the court's decision to uphold the sentences, which he described as "vengeful" and imposed on "union representatives who were only trying to obtain justice for workers." The court judgment also upheld fines ranging from to imposed on 13 hospital unions which disobeyed injunctions ordering maintenance of essential sendees for the chronically and mentally ill. SENTENCES REDUCED But it reduced to a maximum of six days in jail and the fines imposed on 43 leaders of the hospital unions. One other hospital-union leader was sentenced to six days and fine. Their sentences originally ranged up lo six months imprisonment and K5.000 in fines or a addilioal six months. In their 03-page judgment, Ihe justices rejected a "veiled threat" ot a new outbreak of labor chaos in one defence letter bomb wave is expected LONDON (CP) Scotland Yard believes a second wave of letter bombs may be on the way to Britain in the wake of nearly 80 which arrived from India during the weekend, police sources said today. Precautions also were being taken in Montreal and Toronto, with overseas mail being screened for possible bombs although none had been found in Canada in the latest mailings. Several weeks ago letter bombs were discovered in Montreal and Ottawa. Fearing a renewed wave of postal attacks during the Christmas mail rush when estimated billion pieces of mail will be handled, Scotland Yard issued a ILsl of danger signals for people who handle overseas the former dictator o Argentina, left exile In Spain to day and flew to Rome on ths first leg of a trip home. The former president was at companied by third wife Isabel Martinez, and top aide, in a chartered jet. Peron, 77, ruled Argentina fo nine years but has not set foo in the country since he wa ousted by a military coup ir 1955. He has lived in Madric since 1DGO. He is expected to return horm Friday. His followers charterec an Alitalia jet for the trip. Peronists in Madrid anc Rome said Perron wouki hav an audience with Pope Paul anc a meeting wilh President Giovanni Leone. Pcron fell under .automatic excommunication from the Ro-man Catholic Church in the lat ter years of his regime or charges of impeding the churcr in Argentina. However, Vaticar sources said in 19C3 that the ex communication had been liftec at Peron's request after he repented. for government has plans to use the parcel for a department ol agriculture regional office veterinary laboratory and for a department of highways shop to be transfered from Calgary. In addition to assembling options on the 600 acres, the gov: ernment has also acquired options on 160 acres on the south side of Airdrie which it hopes to use for residential develop-menl. Mr. Rusell said it's the first time the government has ueen able to produce a scheme that "embodies" its election coir, mitment to aid smaller centres. Mr. Russell and Bill Dickie, mines and minerals minister, also announced at the conference that preparatory work on the original site in northeast Calgary has stopped. Northeast Calgary residents complained the Agrimart would cause pollution from cattle wastes and bad odors which would impair Ihe quality of the neighborhod. They hsid protest marches, demonstrated in front of mayor Rod Sykes' house and even took the case to Slorin death toll FRANKFURT (AP) The death Loll from Monday's storms in East and West Germany rose to 40 today as cleanup crews cleared hard-struck areas of fallen trees and debris. Damage was estimated in the hundreds of millions of marks. Thirty persons were reported France plans mu PARIS (Reuler) loc CALGARY (CP) The provincial government has come up with an alternative location for a controversial cattle feed-lot planned for the northeast part of Calgary. The announcement by Municipal Affairs Minister Dave Rusell at a news conference Monday night puts the onus on officials of the ?2.5 million operation. The government In agreement with residents of the town of Airdrie and the Calgary community of Visla Helghls has assembled a 600-acre land package near Airdrie in a bid to end the dispute, which erupted several months ago. The package is east of Airdrie, 15 miles north of here. Details of the alternate site were lo be examined in Edmonton today at a meeting of cabinet ministers and representatives of the Alberta Livestock Co-op. officials have declined to commit themselves on an alternative, but general manager George Hopkins said the Airdrie site contains too many unknowns for him to give an opinion. "This Is a very attractive offer the provincial government is making and I hope the Agri-mart people will give it careful said Mr. Rusell. "Agrimart representatives have told us 82 per cent of their customers come from north and east of Calgary. Well we are offering them a site on a major interchange north and east of Calgary." If the offer Is rejected, shoots soldier From AP-REUTER BELFAST (CP) A British soldier standing in the lighted window of a home he was searching was shot fatally in Ihe head and neck by a sniper Monday night. Authorities said Pie. Stanley Evans, 19, of the Queen's Regiment was talking to a man holding a child when two buliels smashed the window glass and struck him. A 23-year-old Roman Catholic Joseph McCrystal, died o, wounds when he was shot Mon day by a sniper in a passing car in West Belfast. The deaths brought Northern Ireland's confirmed death tol to 630 in three years, 419 of them last year. Guerrillas bombed the main rail line between Belfast anc Dublin again Monday, destroying a bridge near the border with the Irish republic. No injuries were reported. The line Is a favorite target of the outlawed Irish Republican Army. Another bomb exploded in a car parked in a Belfast suburb, but the vehicle was 30mb ot megaton strength next summer above Mururoa Atoll in .he South Pacific and major 'allout is expected, well-in-'ormed sources said today. This will 'be France's second lydrogen bomb explosion in ef-'orls to achieve full nuclear capability. On July 3, 1970, the Drench detonated a oue-mega-ton hydrogen bomb, but the U.S. planes make SAIGON (AP) U.S. fighter-bombers and B-52 Slraloforl-resses hit wide areas of Indochina Monday and today, flying about 500 strikes on both sides of the demilitarized zone separating North and South Vietnam, in Laos and in Cambodia to blunt the North Vietnamese supply buildup in anticipation of a ceasefire. Below the DMZ, the South Deaths By THE CANADIAN PRESS Dr. John Mackin-'osh Shaw, 93, former Queen's University professor and author of eight theological books. Mahood Saada; 4B, Malaysian health minister when run down by a motorcycle. Neil M. Stewart, 70, prominent New Brunswick architect. Macon, Barry Oakley, 24, bass player for the Altaian Brothers rock group, after being Involved in a motorcycle road report FORECAST: Lclhbridgc, Medicine Hat-Becoming cloudy this afternoon. Highs near 35. Lows 20-25. Cloudy Wednesday. Highs near 35. Calgary Overcast today and Wednesday with patches o: light freezing drizzle or very light snow. Highs both days near 30. Lows 20-25. Columbia, Kootcnay Region-Today and Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. Snowflurries in the Columbia and East Koolenay districts this morning. Highs both days ranging from the mid 30s in northern and eastern sections lo the mid 40s in the Wesl Koolenay district. Lows tonight 25 to 32. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Partly cloudy north inorcas-considerable cloudiness today Scattered snow showers extreme south tonight decreasing Wednesday. Partly cloudy else-where through Wednesday. Highs today 35 to 45. Lows tonight 15 to 25. Highs Wednesday mostly 40s. West of Continental con siderable cloudiness today and Wednesday with scattered snow showers mostly south portion. Highs both days 35 to 45. Low tonight mostly 20s. and SUNRISE WEDNESDAY 7; 13 SUNSET II 1, Prc Lclhtmilgc 33 Creek Medicine Hat 32 11 30 27 Grande Prairie 22 10 Banff 36 23 marks h LONDON (AP) Prince Charles, heir to the throne, was 24 today, moving London newspapers fo much purple prose and in the case of The Daily Mirror to a royal purple masthead. The official birthday portrait, taken by the Earl of Lichficld, showed the prince romping in the Scottish highland; with his cousin Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones, eight-year-old daughter of Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon. j ROLLICKING ROYALTY -brotos his 24tli birlhdny lod eight -yoar-old Lndy Sara of Princoss Mcircjcirel and Lt The princp his irthday d The prince was wearing a kilt In a tartan designed by Prince Albert, husband of Queen Victoria. cooed The Daily Express, "is a bannie Prince Charlie, doing a little highland jig in the heather with Ms cousin." The Mirror gave its whole front page to the picture and bent the family tree a trifle to give it the headline "Bonnie Uncle Charlie." "Doing his was The Daily Mail's headline. Princo Charles who colony, dances with his cousin, Armslronrj-Jones, daughter ir Snowdon, til Balmoral. i Itirtein.i. (AP 29 20 Victcda 51 32 Pcnlicton 42 37 George 27 25 Kamloops 40 47 2G 14 Regina 24 17 -5 Toronto 41 25 43 24 Montreal 43 25 John's 39 30 .25 Halifax 38 ..39 31 .02 Fredericton 36 23 .02 Chicago 45 34 as health se SASKATOON (CP) A splinter group within the Saskatchewan Liberal party has voted down resolutions on prostitution and kindergartens and approved others asking the government to pay for more health services. Members of the 171 group, the self styled "reform more rvice aid ment" within the party, decided during the weekend lo put a number of resolutions on the ballot sheet for the party's December convention. The resolutions, of f 1 c ials said, do not necessarily reflect the official view of the group but are merely something they want the general membership to discuss. They passed a resolution asking that medical care coverage be extended to include such community services as counselling as well as dental services. Another approved resolution asked the federal government to resist pressures to withdraw from shared cost medical programs with the provinces. A province wide study on the "delivery" ot health care was also urged. The group voted down a resolution suggesting that prostitution be legalized in the prov-nce. Also rejected, was a suggestion that kindergartens be introduced into Ihe elementary school system, instead of being handled separately as at pres-ncl. Carried were resolutions suggesting that teachers have more freedom of movement within the school system, that teachers have three years of university education and that elementary school teachers be screened "for the purnose of assigning the right personality nnd background to the correct age level." The 171 group was formed following the Liberal leadership convention in 1970 when Dave Stuart was elected lo lead Ihe party. The name "171" was lakcn from Ihe nunilxT of votes received by unsuccessful candidate George E. 81 Angeles 66 52 Denver 32 13 Vegas 59 45 83 66 52 48 39 Amsterdam 45 41 Stockholm 43 30 Tokyo 61 52 ARMY, NAVY and AIR FORCE VETERANS LETHBRIDGE UNIT 34 SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING Wed., Nov. 15th at 8 p.m. In The Clubrooms All members are urged to SPECIAL Cultivator body VANCOUVER (CP) Officials clearing silt and debris from the salvaged tug Haro Straits recovered the body Monday of one of five crewmen presumed to have drowned when the tug sank last February in a storm off Point Ilob-cr s, Wash., about 30 miles south of here. The Gl-foot vessel, raised on the weekend from a depth of 400 feet, was towed here and cordoned pending a ministry of transport THESE ARE UNITED SHOVELS AND FULLY GUARANTEED GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES CouHs Highway Phone ANNOUNCEMENT Ray Chambers, owner and operator of Bridge Villa Mobile Home Sales and Bridge Villa Estates, is pleased to announce the appointment of Fred Keiver as Manager of Bridge V lla Mobile Homes. Fred has a wealth of Mobile Home sales experience and is looking forward to showing you the Canadiana, Century and Atco line of mobile AS OF COURTESY All highways In the district arc bare and dry md in good driving condilion. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, Calgary lo Sicamous s n good winter condition wilh slippery sections near Calgary. Highway 2, Calgary lo i nonlon is in good cond'Hion PORTS OF ENTRY (Open n 24 hoi rs; Ciirwny 9 a.m. to 6 p. in loosi'villo, 11. C, a.m. lo fi p.n 'nrlhill Itykprls n a.m lo mid Vildliorsc, (1 a in. lo 5 A.M. TODAY OF ASIA with occasional slippery sec-ions clue lo frosl. Adequate snow tires or prop-niy filled chains ore mandn-oi-y in Yolio, Koolcnny, Glnc-cr nnd Mount Kcvclslokc N'a-ioi al Parks, Iho Dnnff-Jasper lighffay and ski access roads t Itanif Jarpor National 'arks. g and Closing Contts Del Donita 9 a.m. to (1 p.m.; KiiiRsunlc, 11. C.; 21 hours; light; Chii'f closed; ;