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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 M U LfTHMUOOB HfRALD-3 Bunnies bumped Three playboy bunnies in New. York who got the order to turn in their cottontails are suing the New York Playboy Club charging bias on age and sex. Manage- ment claims the girls no longer have that look but the girls claim the firing was because of their union activities. The from Nancy Carmelita Atwell and Patti Colombo. Claresholm man named president GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge...... 49 13 Medicine Hat 52 17 Pincher Creek 43 14 .04 Grande Prairie 12 58 .13 Edmonton 22 12 .07 Banff.......... 26 12 .21 Calgary........19 -2 .05 Victoria.......49 29 .27 Prince Rupert 34 16 Kamloops....... 37 26 .07 Vancouver 45 33 .12 Saskatoon 31 20 Regma........28 21 Winnipeg 27 21 Toronto......... 33 24 .01 Ottawa ___ 31 19 Montreal 32 21 .03 Chicago 40 27 New York...... 66 33 Washington..... 71 32 Miami......81 68 Los Angeles 65 58 .57 Denver......... 65 27 Phoenix....... 75 44 Honolulu ......86 73 Mexico City..... 72 43 Paris........... 57 37 London........ 48 36 Berlin.......... 41 27 Amsterdam 45 36 Moscow 28 16 Stockholm 32 19 Tokyo......... 70 50 FORECAST Medicine. Few clouds today and highs near lows near 10 Mostly sunny to- day and highs lows near 5. Kootenay Today mostly' cloudy with a few snowflurries. Sunday cloudy periods. Few snowflurries eastern areas. Cold. Highs both days 30 to 35 except low twenties northern Columbia. Overnight lows near 20 except near 10 in the northern Columbia. MONTANA East of Continental Snow at times southwest few snow showers elsewhere to- day and Sunday. Colder northwest cooling trend east and south. Highs today 40s. Lows tonight 20s. Highs Sun- day 30s northwest 35 to 45 east and south. West of Continental Scattered snow showers today and through Sunday. Highs to- day 40s Lows tonight 15 to 25 Highs Sunday 30s. EDMONTON George Whitehead of Claresholm was elected as president of the Alberta Association of Municipal and Counties. He succeeds Ralph Brown of who has been ap- pointed to the provincial land use forum. Art Holland of Minburn was elected succeeding M. R. Parker of Androssen. New directors elected were Les Stony and Carl Christoferson of High River. HUTCHINSON GRAIN AUGERS YEAR END CLEARANCE LOW LOW PRICES While Stock Lasts. Get the euQor you need now et..... GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Couttt Hlghway-Box 1202 Phone 320-1141 Truck driver has seizure B.C Transport truck driver Frank Joseph of Calgary was pronounced dead on arrival at hospital after the vehicle he was driving jack- spilling a load of pipe on the Trans-Canada Highway. RCMP said Mr. Reinhardt apparently suffered a heart attack and lost control of the vehicle. The highway was blocked for four hours. Boost sought in air fares MONTREAL Air Canada has filed for fare increases on flights to the United States but no changes in domestic flight fares are an Air Canada spokesman said here. If fares for U.S. bound flights will increase as of Dec. 9. Highway 1 reported bare and dry. Widening of one mile sec- lion of Highway No. 3 east of Fort Macleod is in progress.'. All remaining highways arc in good driving condition. OF ENTRY and Closing Carway 9 i.m. to 6 Chief Mountain Coutts 24 Del Jonita 9 a.m. to 6 Kingsgate 24 Porthill-Rykerts 8 l.m. to Wild a.m. RoosevilleSa.m. o midnight. Logan. Pass closed. VANTA'S ECONOMY MEATS 904.7th AVMtiMS. Extn SoociiU For MtMty iihl Tuosdiy Nov. 19M iMl 20th CANADAGRADE A CHICKEN SIRLOIN STEMS KEF LIVER now HAMS FREEZER SPECIAL MHM. PHONE 920-4548 'Conniving' charges hurled in House r Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Charges of were burled across the Commons chamber as External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp disclosed Fri- day an investigation it un- derway in his department to track down the source of an ambassadorial investigation is under- way. It has not yet been suc- Mr. Sharp told the House. A sharp exchange and up- roar occurred in the House when the minister strongly reprimanded Toronto NDP'er John Harney for making public secret and confidential despatches from Canada's ambassador to Andrew Ross. He accused Mr. Harney of to distribute con- fidential documents. He warn- ed that such actions en- dangered the position of a Canadian ambassador tin a sensitive post and jeopardized Canada's relations with other countries. Outside the House Mr. Har- ney said the confidential docu- ments had DM delivered to him in a brown wrap- Inside the House he said take's a conniver to know which only added to the bedlam as members on both sides reacted to the charges and counter charges. The W-year-oM ambassador who has had a long and dis- tinguished career in the government service went to Chile as Canada's ambassador in 1971. In September the Toronto Star published a docu- ment reported to be a con- fidential report from Mr.Rqss to the minister. Mr. Harney was critical of the contents of that report. He said the ambassador had given his version of what bad transpired in Chile and left the impression that it was a thing it had Andrew Brewin and Mr. Harney have attacked Ambassador Ross for the contents of the confidential despatches. The NDP has suggested he should be recalled. Armed forces plan revamped Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Two hundred pilots a year will be trained for the Canadian armed forces under a revamped pilot train- ing program next year an- nounced Friday by Defence Minister James Richardson to meet changing requirements in the forces. At present only 130 pilots are turning out in the training programs. Seventy more pilots including helicopter pilots will be trained next year said the minister. The training takes place in western Canada. Recruiting for pilots has been already stepped up. There will be also con- siderable saving in the costs of training the ac- cording to the minister. The new system calls for pilot selection and primary training to continue on the a single low-wing monoplane at Cana- dian Forces Base Portage la Prairie in Manitoba. The undergraduate pilots then proceed to CFB Moose Saskatchewan for train- ing on after which they are awarded their wings. Additional training for com- bat jet before ment to operational will take place in CF-5 aircraft at CFB Cold Lake Alberta. No new flying schools are required to implement the new training plan. It will mean iactivity at CFB Mpose Jaw and some construction may be required at that base. The T-33 Silver Star has been in service for 22 years as an advanced flying trainer. It will now be taken out of ser- vice. The forces will use 95 Tutors under the new an increase of 25 and 26 CF-5's. The program is designed to turn out more pilots at lower individual trainee cost by directing student pilots into specialized fields at an earlier stage. The program will see the CF5 aircraft replacing the ag- ing T33 advanced trainer and also increased use of the basic jet the Canadair CL- 41 Tutor. The forces need about pilots to carry out their various roles. Thirty-nine per cent of the pilots are required as combat jet 25 per cent on multi-engine transport air- craft and 36 per cent as helicopter pilotsl Current' cost of training a CF104 pilot is This will be reduced by CF-101 pilots are now train- ed at a cost of Under the new system savings of per pilot will be achieved. There is no saving in the cost of training a CF-5 pilot. However will be cut from the cost of training a multi-engine transport now estimated at The largest saving will be realized in the training of helicopter- pilots. The current figure of per pilot will be reduced to baby may be separated VANCOUVER If the federal justice depart- ment succeeds in having Bar- bara's prison term jail baby Lila Divina Shaw will have to leave Oakalla Correctional Institute where she has spent most of her short life. It's up to the British Colum- bia Court of Appeal whether the two-week-old baby stays or goes into a home. Her 26-year-old mother became pregnant only days before she was arrested in Vancouver last February for possessing hashish for the pur- pose of trafficking. Unable to raise bail of she remained at Oakalla awaiting birth and sentence. The sentence came first two years less a day imposed by Provincial Court Judge Darrel Jones on Sept. 24. Lila was born at Van- couver General Hospital Oct. 30. Because the sentence was less than two years the mother could stay at Oakalla and officials bent the rules to allow her to keep the baby. A special unit was set aside or them and the only worry of the jail staff was that the other women prisoners might feel jealous. But now mother and baby may be separated. The federal justice depart- ment has filed an appeal to the B.C. Court of Appeal seeking a longer sentence for Barbara Shaw. Packing plants survey planned Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA The federal environment department is planning a survey of all federally and provincially- inspected meat processing plants across with the intent of producing new federal anti-pollution regulations for the meat in- dustry. The to be started within a few weeks by Stanley Associates Engineering Ltd. of will cover slaughter meat rendering plants and chicken slaughter facilities. Regulations resulting from the survey would be drawn up with the co-operation of in- dustry and provincial author- ities starting next summer. They would be under the Fish- eries Act and be intended to minimize the water pollution now produced by the meat in- dustry. Such plants often dump either untreated or partially- treated animals including fats and into local waterways. The animal in de- impose what is known as a high biological de- mand on the using up oxygen which can then re- sult in the death of fish. Some scientists are also concerned about the possibility that wastes from the meat in- dustry might be directly toxic lo fish under some circum- stances. The mail survey of the meat industry will cover from 500 to 800 federally and provincially-inspected plants SAND GRAVEL TQLLESTRUP kSANDand GRAVEL Conttrucllon Co. Ltd. PHONE CURRIE'S FINE FOODS QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC JQDY DIETRICH CwfllM KtoatMe Ciprtol BMg. na-7M4 EATS Fresh Produce OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK HO UIL to S. BETWEEN THE -TWO HOSPITALS DOWNTOWN LETHBRIDGE MERCHANTS' FALL TO CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS' DOWNTOWN ENTER OFTEN. 10 BIG WEEKSI All Entries are for Grand Prize Draw Dec. 22nd on 50 BIO PRIZESI 5 PrlzM Every Uwt wbMMfK 8. Bow Island i n. snowovfit LMnonogv D. MHO D. Homing. Lojhbrtdpo E. M. Chomplon Lynn Lothbridgo Julta Lolhbtldoj OVER IN GRAND All Expense Paid Trip for Two To Beautiful.. HAWAII S250 IN SPENDING MONEY Trip may be errengod mlene to your ENTRY FORMS AVAILABLE ONLY AT THE FOLLOWING PARTICIPATING MERCHANTSI ;