Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 Ttff UTH3RIDGE HERAtD Tueidtty, November 16, 1971 Emperor sneaks Qi of wartime r T, Knip'.'rur i constitutional government irdav he had and 1 havo acted in compliance a- mun- I wiih the wishes of Meiji and i LI s'erond World acted as a cons'.imtional mon- V, v..i, Mirry for of arch. r ih.it had occurred. j asked if the emperor he had acted to cud w-ns sorry for "hat happened in nn IMS own at the re- Qu, the I hen Premier Kan-; 1Iiruhito "Yes, there tan' are certain things that have Minister Suzuki left [01. personally to my discretion to r, a decision, but that deci- was taken at the responsi- of the prime tin-' Tu-year-old emperor ex- plained. The emperor spoke of his wartime role during an audi- ence with foreign correspond- on! comment on economic animal and allega- tions that Japan was reviving its old wartime militarist poli- cies. He replied: "1 have heard in which he answered 13 i such comments (concerning questions submitted in advance. economic and I do not The ,-udience was arranged as a I think there are absolutely any wriiH'l to the emperor's recent j signs in ttta country the European visit. l.MI'ltKSS AT SIDE The emperor, with 68-year-old Kmiiress Nagakn at his side, u as asked !o common! on dem- onsirations in Europe by groups Warning him for taking Japan signs, ated. I'm afraid are exagger- LAUGHTER AT THE UN Chinese Communist Deputy Foreign Minister Chioo Kuan- hua, left, laughs with Ambassador Huang Hua, with arms upraised, cfter taking seats in the UN General Assembly Monday. Others of Chinese delegation are also enjoying joke, whatever i! was. 'Domestic control of economic environment' Screen would catch takeovers Hiiarker mprove! MONTREAL (CT) The Ga- ette says that a confidential I Privy Council document reveals that the federal government has i decided on the creation of a screening agency to serve the CALGARY (CPi Paul Jo-i main cog in its new policy on si-ph Cini, arrested following j foreign ownership, the hijacking Friday of an Air i jn an Ottawa story, the news- in improved con- paper says that it has come into riiion in the general hospital. possession of the report, signed Hospn.-il spokesmen could not by D. J. Leach, superintendent say vhen the 27-year-old Cal-: p( cabinet documents. gary resident would be fit for; Entjtied "Domestic control of release from medical care, j ,he national economic environ- Cini was taken to the hospi- the report savs: lal wilh lacerrtions to the head acrecd in prin- possibility of expanding the gen- eral adjustment assistance pro- gram. minister of consumer and corporate affairs should re- port en the possibiliiy of amend ing the competition hill to hold a foreign-controlled firm liable under the direction of its parent or acts pur- suant lo an unlawful conspiracy entered into by the parent or affiliate. WOULD RETAIN GROUP Tlie Privy Council report also memoranda and tion of privilege, a motion to adjourn the Commons and a barrage of questions in Uie question period in an effort to have the government confiim Uiat the report was the report possible concussion fol- j that (lie" main policy ap- ports oh'uld be subirjttcd to the the head with proach to tiie of foreign mmmitlce or, economic en ase handle while aboard the i ownership should be the crea- this fall and that the working DC-8. Of a screening mechanism j group that prepared tire Gray RCMP have sworn a charge of covcr (IK takeovers "interfering with transporta- of Canrdian firms doing busi. Ion facilities against him but no-s in Canada and that the fur- could not say when he would t'per scopc the appear in court. functions of a screening mecha- nism would be examined at an early September meeting. minister of finance EDMONTON 'CPI Harry i should proceed with the prepa- Ilerhert West, 37, of Edmonton i ration of a memorandum on wa.< sentenced in Alberta Su-! measiu-es which could be taken premc Court to 18 months for I to improve the willingness and "of Canadian financial lance a greater portion of Canadian business ac- Sliol at wife discharging a firearm with in- j capacity of Can ten! to endanger life. institutions to fin West was arrested after he waikcd into the office where his wife was working and fired tivity. minister of trade, in- pun in her direction. Srne; dustry and commerce should: memorandum on the I report should rcmsin in exist- ence until discussions are com- pleted in cubinct on papers pre- pared by ministers. In Ottawa, R. G. Gordon, sec- retary to tha cabinet, said in an interview that it appears the Gazette has obtained a record of a cabinet decision "When a confidential docu- ment leaks, all you can say is it j shouldn't Mr. Gordon said. The Ga-'.ei'e story comes less than a week after Canadian Forum magazine published an article dealing with foreign in- vestments. Opposition MPs used a que'- on foreign ownership prepared by Revenue Minister Herb Gray, or at least part of it. Acting Prime Minister Mitch- ell Sharp repeated earlier gov- ernment statements that the Ca- nadian Forurr: article was "an early draft" of one of several studies on foreign investment placed before cabinet. Mr. Gray said that draft never reached Empress of Canada Crackdown i on hijackers i urged by PC By PAUL JACKSON Herald Ottawa bureau OTTAWA Calgary don Woolliams says the week- end skyjacking of an Air Can- ada jetliner shows the need for stiff penalties against air pir- acy. Mr. Woolliams brought a private member's bill before El- THE EYES HAVE TT Anil those can only (he ryes of Sophia Lorcn. In these photos, she is made up for her roles as a nun in the motion picture, The Sin, nnw hcing filmed on location in Italy. Check the photo puzzle, again on Page 1. How could vou miss? Mars has spot PASADENA, Calif. (Reuter) Discovery of a mysterious area on Mars where the temper- ature rises suddenly was made by the Mariner 9 Mars probe Monday. A scientist at the Jet Propul- sion Laboratory in Pasadena said the area lies about J.300 miles southeast of the towering Nix Olympics formation, one of the most prominent features of Mars. Dr. Ellis Miner said "we have no idea what this anomaly is." He said that perhaps there was some internal source of heat, but declined to speculate whether it was a volcano. Miner is a member of Uie team responsible for Mariner's infra-red radiometer e x p e r i- ment which measures the tem- perature of the soil. One of its main task is to look for "hot spots" which might indicate that sources of heat exist inside Mars as they do on earth. Soundings of Ihe region taken as Mariner swooped about Mariner is still giving a per- fect performance after three days in orbit. Monday it fired a six-second burst of its rocket en- gine to adjust the orbit. The aim was to reduce the period or orbit from 12 hours 34 minutes to II hours 59 minutes and ensure that the spacecraft maintains optimum position for its twice daily transmission of pictures and data to earth. Bank's money recovered by RCMP CALGARY (CP) Three men were arrested by RCMP at a roadblock on Highway 1, no miles west of the city Mon- day, following the robbery of a branch of the Bank of Nova Scotia. Police said all the money, about S2.000, was recovered. A lone robber entered the bank about p.m., said the manager, and handed s note to a teller demanding money and ordering her to act normally. After she complied, he fled the baiik on foot and witnesses said he entered a car parked at the rear. the House of Commons in j miles above it during the space- craft's second orbit Monday March that calls for a life sen- tence for skyjacking. The Progressive Conserva- tive, member for Calgary North ind shadow justice critic says showed it to be about 12 degrees warmer than the surrounding area which had an average tem- perature of 33 degrees. the skyjacking stresses the Jliner said maps of the region need for changes in the Crimi- nal Code. Mr. Woolliams feature and it will be 18 or 20 savs unless days before the spacecraft MONTRF.AI. (CP) For 1 and sad audience in the ship's Canadian Pacific announced Deep rift epor of a love affair. and then a woman. j enough business to make a So on Monday he held a wake "But behind every good sea- i profit. for the Empress of Canada i man there lies a good wife." i The CP Slips fleet had dwin-, ]JJ "Dcll'tV passenger ships; 1 J da la 1 countries. rtich leaves Montreal Wednes- i The last voyage was also "Ihe died from 14 passenger ships 1 lav on its last voyage to Eng- end of a 25-year love affair be- 1 before the Second World War to j (CP) The and, ending regular passenger j tn-ecn myself and this port." ia scant three at the beginning j pjrti' has called a iner service between the two! "These years have seen many j of the 1980s. meeting of its 150-mcmber coim- j changes but Montreal has In 1964, the Empress of Brit- cil' forb Nov 27 (o tvith serious penalties for skyjacking are made a law. a major loss of lives will inevitably occur. Justice Minister John Turner, questioned in the House of Commons by Literal MP War- rcn Allmand, member for Notre Dame de Grace, said that Canada is attempting to j deal with skyjacking on an in- ternational front. I Tills country, said Mr. Tur- ner, has signed both the Hague i Convention for the supression i of unlawful seizure of aircraft and a further convention deal- ing with sabotage. Mr. Turner said boUi these did not show up any significant crosses the region again. Weather and road report SUNRISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET I.ethbridge...... 35 21 .01 Medicine Hat Pincher Creek Calgary Edmonton Banff High Level Pcntidon Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Prince Albert 34 21 M 22 .01 32 23 34 21 34 25 1G -1 48 31 3fi 30 .12 45 28 47 30 .02 34 13 34 15 Pheonix........66..49 St. John's Frederic-ton New York Miami "People say every' seaman Is been good to me. To a seaman ain was sold to the Greek Line a he told a hushed i it is a second home." e dissidence in the partv. f The meeting will focus on re- cent public and last year the Empress 01 j England went to Shaw-Savill, The. demise of passenger sen-i tu.een tv ftcnc- Ijf, ice has prompted many long- j e and 'Robert mm. time passengers to write letters hor for and make phone calls, said a who di550'ciata; j company spokesman. At least one woman elf from an executive decision and took part in a demonstration Oct. 20 in M. C. Slavich, C.UU, Representative IEIHBR1DGE Tel: 327-5514 j crying on the phone and Staff; sllp ort or wm.kers z Chief Lawne Mcadman said one lockout md cln5ure man even tried to get lime off of La pressCi America's j work for the voyage to Liv- ]argcst French-language daily. jerpool Wednesday Charging that the Parti Que- Instilled Pope, two jailed FROSINOXE. Italy (API Two disciples of self-styled Pope Boston Clement XV were sentenced to Washington nine months in jail Monday for' insulting Pope Paul. Giuseppe Milionario and Dario Gubernati, belli 32, were convicted of dis- tributing insuliing leaflets at the papal summer palace in nearby Castel Gandolfo three years Moose Jaw North Bay.......32 29 Regina 33 15 Winnipeg.......37 32 Toronto........49 45 Ottawa 33 2G Montreal.......34 22 Honolulu Mexico City Rome Paris London Berlin Amsterdam Brussels SI 68 77 46 50 45 50 42 30 45 51 45 44 35 45 FOnnCASTS I.clhbriilge-Mcilicino. Hat Today: Cloudy periods. Gusty soutlavest winds. Lows near 25. Wedm'siluy: Sunny pe- riods in the afternoon. Highs a.i .HI. Calgary Today: Mostly cloudy. Gusty southwest winds. Lows 20-25. Wednesday: in the morning. Sunny periods in the afcrnoon. Highs near 35. Knotenay, C o 111 m b i a Charlottetown......14 31 .45 Today: Cloudy with snow in 43 2fi the Columbia district this 50 4fi .15 j morning. A few showers of rain 78 74 I or wet snow in the Kootenay 45 36 ..62 43 j district this afternoon. Wednes- dav: Cloudv with a few sunny periods. Highs today and Wednesday, 35 to 40; lows to- conventions will, in time, be i ago. Clement XV is a French ratified. He also intends to j former priest. Michel Collin. He bring forward some amend- j claims that he and not Pope mcnts to the Canadian Crimi-! Paul is Ihe true successor of nal Code. 1 John XXIII. West premiers agree TWO SANK becois is turning into "little Tu'ii previous Empresses of I more than an advanced wing of Canada sank. The first served the Liberal Mr. Burns I in the Pacific Ocean and was said he was acquiring support torpedoed by an Italian submar- from PQ members in east-end Economy sick i ine in 1943. The second was de- si roved by fire in Liverpool har- her in 1SI53. Captain William? The Government wants you to keep more of your income tax dollars. So why don't you? Call your nearest Manufacturers Life Representative. MANUFACTURERS LIFE probably felt a little "sadder than most" because he joined the last ship as it was still being built in Newcastle, England, in 1350. "I think It Is really terrible that, a British ship is not sailing to said Dunn, who will retire after 43 years with CP Srnips. OTTAWA (CP) Premiers from Canada's four western provinces agreed Monday that the economy of the country is sick but differed widely on the best way to restore it to health. Proposals ranged from a call by W. A. C. Bennett of British Columbia for a Common-Market arrangement with the United vStatos lo suggestions by Ed "If he is so disgusted he is j Schreyer of Manitoba and Allan free to he said, Partv sources deny the ex- Montreal, Mr. Levesqne, in a recent in- terview, said no more than 50 to said he' 60 persons share Mr. Burn's change Indicates a deep rift in membership, but say the meet- ing of the party's main deci- sion-making body should clear the air if a showdown is neces- Blakeney of Saskatchewan that Canada buy back some key U.S.-controlled industries. While Mr. Bennett did not comment on the suggestions of his two fellow premiers, Mr. Blakeney looked upon Mr. Ben- nett's proposal? unfavorably. INSURANCE COMPANY For your Dining enjoyment at (Toum Chef (NOW LICENSED) "Km" Will entertain you with her folk songs In our Dining Room from to p.m. THURSDAYS and FRIDAYS Professional Bldg. Aeron from Paramount Thoolrf. Mr. Schreyer said he would have to ponder it some more. Premier Peter Lougheed of Alberta, like Mr. Blakeney III lending his first premiers' meet- ing, said .Mr. Bennett was "per ________ haps going a little farther Uian I we would want to go." However, they found an ele- ment of agreement in acknowl- edging that, the opening day of the three-day conference had, as Mr. Blakeney put it, "brought about a meeting of the minds after some slugging" on one point: Ottawa and the prov- inces should take more joint ac- tion against unemployment. Mr. Loughced said he de- tected a feeling among the pre- miers that "they wanted lo share responsibility and partici- pate in national goals and prior- itics." AI.I1KKTA STAND Meanwhile. Mr. Lough e ed also called for an end to Can- ada's "discriminatory traus- j port.-ition policies" while Mr. Schreyer and Mr. Blakeney called for an injection of fedcr- I al cash inlo the farm economy and institution of Uic two-price 1 syslem for wheat. Mr. Loughecd also said his province supports the principle of equalization pnymenls, but 'the hub of successful feeding' A complete factory engineered grain handling centra for cattle, hog, and poultry feeders. _ 'Ask about our "Trade-Grain" or "5-year" Finance Plan' GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY LETHBRIDGE, Alberta 0 B OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways in the Lclh-; plowed and sanded. Snow bra bridge district arc bare and in or chains are required when good winter driving condition. travelling through the Rogers Highway I, Trims Banff-Iladium and Banff-Jas- per highways have IHit snow, p'fr.vrd vl v.' e r i. -ary. Highway, Calgary to Golden is lions. Golden to Itcvolslokc ccived inches of new POUTS OF KNTHY (Opening Cnillls 21 hours; Carway H a.m. to p.m. MST; Drl Hnniia 9 a.m. to warned: "You cannot make the B p.m.; Kooseville, a.m. In 5 p.m.; B.I'., 2-1 weak strong by making the hours; I'orthill Kykerls ft a.m. lo midnight. Chief Mountain cluscd. strong weak." Uvildhorse, B n.m. to 5 p.m. Logan Pass closed.