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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, November 21, 1972 GENEVA (Heuler) A permanent agreement between the United Stales and the Soviet Union pulling a brake on their i'jiL'0 for more ami better strategic offensive weapons is the main puipose of their nuclear firms negotiations wliich U.S. Into their second round here today. This round of the strategic arms limitation talks (SALT) will aim lo produce a comprehensive treaty limiting both quantity and quality of offensive nuclear weapons to to the five-year accord now In force. Tliis interim agreement was one of the two accords concluded during IIic 30-nionlh firs! phase which ended wilh President Nixon's visit lo Moscow last Mny. News in The olher, equally vital control on the nuclear arms race, was a treaty limiting defensive anti-ballistic missiles stipulating lhal each country could have only lira ABM sites, one protecting the national capital and another at least 1112 miles away protecting ballistic missiles Despite the acclaim that greeted these Iwo historic and ambitious achievements, cril-i c among them China-stressed that they left open the possibility of further competition in improving warheads as well as other forms of offensive weapons. The second phase of SALT talks will delve deep into highly technical but crucial questions of sophisticated multiple warheads, explosive power, missile questions and geographic advantages. OTTAWA (CP) Ernest Cote, Canadian mnbassador to Finland, will represent Canada at preparatory talks in Helsin- ki for a European security con- ference, the external affairs de- partment announced Monday. The talks will open Nov. 22. Finland has invited all Euro- pezm stales, plus Canada and (he United Stales, to attend. The aim is lo establish whether the basis exists for a full-scale meeting on security and co-op- eration in Europe. .Trudeau congratulates Brandt OTTAWA (CD-Prime Jtin- kler Ti-udcau lold Willy Brandl Monday that he is delighted with his re election as chan- cellor of West Germany. Mr. Trudcau sent this fcle- gram to the chancellor the day after the West German clec- lions: am dclighled by your elec- toral victory. It has confirmed your courageous and far-sight- ed (Mpolilik has al- ready contributed so much to East-West relations. "I look forward lo continued close co-operation between our tv.o countries." Diet voices fear Auti-inila'iiou bill adopted LONDON (Renter) The British government won final approval in the House of Com- mons Monday night to impose a 90 day freeze on wages, prices, rents and dividends. The anti inflation measure, adopted 292 lo 263, also gives the government the option to extend the freeze for a further 60 days. It must still lie pasted by the House of Lords but this is certain because of the Con- servative government's upper- house majority. South Korea voters line up SEOUL (API South Kore-1 conclusion that the voting, held an voters lined up to vote today under martial law with oppasi- m a referendum that President (ion voices silenced, ivill ap- Chung Hee Park was thought prove the bid of Lhe soldier- sure lo win decisively. It would give him the new con- stitution he wants to stay in power indefinitely. Many consider it a forgone turned politician to broaden his already enormous power by removing limitations on the number of terms a president may serve. East German entry favored UNITED NATIONS (Reuter) Secretary General Kurt Waldheim is prepared to ac- cept an application by East Germany for observer status at the United Nations, a UN spokesman said Monday. The statement followed the clearance of East Germany for membership of the United Na- tions Educational. Scientific and Cullura] Organ ization Check Christinas tree poachers SALT (AP) Utah forest officials say they will use airplanes to waich for Christmas tree poachers in Utah and Nevada this year. Clyn Bishop, assistant Utah forester, said the aircraft will continue checks through Christ- mas Eve. Deaths By THE CANADIAN PRESS -New York Jennie Grassin- ger. 80, who wilh her family 100 Copies plus fax 1269 Third Aye. Sleihtridge He said up to Christ- mas trees, mostly pinion pines and three varieties of fir, were harvested illegally last year in Utah. It is a misdeameanor to dig up or chop down a Christ- mas tree without a special per- mit. founded the luxurious Grossin- gcr resort in the Catskill mountains. Greenaway, 31. who retired seven years ago after 43 years with the Toronto Star, 20, of them as Ontario leg- islative reporter. New M. Or- bach, 87, founder of Orbach's department store chain. Inverness. Grant, 63, Scotland's second- ranking judge, In a car crash. Andrei T. Stu- chenko, a member of (he So- viet armed forces inspection group, and two-time award-win- ner of hie Order of Lenin. LONDON (CD Former prime minister Diefenbaker .said today he is "deeply con- about Hie effect in Can- ada of proposed new British "ulcs governing persons coming from the Commonwealth lo seek work in Britain. The rules, which come up for approval or rejection in the Commons Wednesday, already have set orf a revolt among backbench MPs of the govern- ing Conservative party. Diefenbaker, now visiting London, said in an interview that, whatever the merit of the p-oiected rules, "this is the kind of thing which will stir up those people in Canada who are always looking for an excuse to bring about separation in the Commonweal Hi." It would stir up, as well, those in Canada "who view the Commonwealth as no longer an institution which has too much j for Diefenba- ker iaid. The proposed regulations would give work-seekers from Common Market countries pri- ority in certain cases over such persons who might come from Llic Commonwealth at large. WEAKER TIES But the British Conservative argue that they would lave a wider impact to the icint of gravely weakening his- toric tics between Britain on the one hand and Canada. Australia ard New Zealand on the other. Monday night. Home Secre- ary Robert Carr told 120 Con- servative MPs, many of them highly skeptical about his words, that citizens from Can- ada and other Commonwealth countries still would have cer- tain privileges lo themselves differentiating them from Eu- ropeans and other outsiders. CABINET MEETS IN OlD HBC FORT Premier Dave Barrett (cenlre) meets wilh cab- inel, from left, labor minister William King, provincial secretary Ernie Hall, Mr. Bar- ret, highways minisler Bob Slrachan, health minister Dennis Cocke and rehabilitation minisler Ncrman Levi, at factor's house in restored Hudson's Bay Co. fart in the Fraser Valley community of Fort Langley. Occasion was the 114th anniversary of founding of mainland B.C. as Crown colony, on Nov. 19, 1858. (CP Wirepholo) Coffins issue aired EDMONTON (CP) The ies if it had trouble obtaining slripment of an Indian child's an undertaker's services. body in plastic bag to its parent s home in northern Al- Reserve, 550 miles northwest of berla lias resulted in inslruc- Edmonlon, received the body lions to the appropriate hospit- of Iheir four-month-old son in al and (o Indian affairs depart- a cardboard grocery box two M. C. Slavieh, C.LU. Representative LETHBRIDGE Postmen growing impatient OTTAWA (CP) postal workers waiting for news of a working contract grow more impatient, a conciliation hoard set up to deal with issues in dispute between their unions and government was still talk- ing business Monday. The conciliation board, headed by Owen Shime of the Ontario Labor Relations Board is working on an indefinite ex- tension of its original term. The extension was requested about 12 days ago. Wildcat walkouts in Toronto last week by postal workers re- flect the growing restlessness of the union members, waiting for a new working agreement since March when their last one ex- pired. The Toronto workers were forced hack to work Sunday by P a Supreme Court of Ontario in- junction. Joseph Davidson, national ment personnel, Health ago, 20 minutes after be- ter Neil Crawford told the told he had died in hospital. islature Treaty Indian child, bora "When this first came to and with otiier con- attention about a week or problems that reduced days ago, I asked that chances for survival, was be taken at once lo deal dead at St. Ther- the appropriate officials Hospital at Fort Vermilion, Jfr. Crawford said, the miles from the Reserve. munication wilh the Indian body did not receive the fairs department and after-death handling officials indicated the officials learned an air- cial government expected was leaving for the near- hospital lo have a small reserve almost immediate- tion of coffins for shipping alter the baby's death. Royal venture wins top LONDOX fAP) The see she told a little grl Family and 200 guests on her father's shoul- into the small hours today brating the Queen's silver girl was shy and speech- ding and the success of a "She'll never forget in royal her father. The Queen's Philip asked a couple people" a long they had been mar- :hrough crowded streets Yequent stops to 12 ARE WORST small talk wil.li bystanders years, was the reply. won top marks from London first 12 years the worst.'1 Philip said. This was the first time Charles and Princess Queen and Prince Philip had 1 Anr.E joined in lhe It was placed In a plastic bag and then put in a card- board grocery box for ship- ment. No casket was available at the hospital. Clark on payroll of government Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Joe Clark, Conservalive MP for Hocky Mountain elected at Ihe recent federal election, was on Ihe payroll of the Alberta govern- ment last summer. Don Getty, minister of federal and inter- governmental affairs, revealed Monday in the legislature. Mr. Clark, an Edson free lance writer and former assis- tant lo national Tory leader Robert Stanfield, prepared ma- terial for a provincial govern- ment trade mission to Japan in September, said the minisler. Roy Wilson (SC Calgary Bow) asked Premier Lougheed if it was provincial government policy to employ Conservatives during election campaigns on taxpayers' money. The premier replied "certain- ly not." Mr. Getty said "no federal candidate worked for [lie gov- ernment of Alberta during the recent election campaign. as a milter of fact Mr. Clark was specifically advised that if and when an election was call- ed he would no longer be con- sidered for his creative writing services Outside the House, Mr. Wil- son declined lo comment on the government's reply to his ques- tion, saying he would think about it overnight and possibly pursue the matter in the legis- lature in tbe fulure. Mr. Clark, part of Ihe Tory sweep of Alberta in the last fed- eral election, beat former Lib- eral MP for Rocky Mountain, Allen Sulatycky. Students occupy offices REG1NA (CP1 About 100 students occupying the offices of two University of Saskatche- wan deans plan to present their recommendations lo Ihe sludent body Wednesday. They made their decision Monday after learning Dr. John Archer, principal of the Regina campus of the university, had rejected a student request for equal representation with fac- ulty on all Univesily of Sas- katchewan hoards. The decision, reached after weekend consultci'ions between Dr. Archer and the university solicitor, supported a ruling made last week by Dean Edgar Vaughn of the arts and science faculty. Plane pirates IQ be tried in Havana WASHINGTON (AP) Tliree men who hijacked a Southern Airways jet to Cuba nine days ago will be tried in Havana on various charges, including ex- tortion, the U.S. slate depart- ment savs. Weather and road report SUNRISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET JI I. Pic 11 Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton .Jasper....... Banff......... Grande Prairie [Calgary Vancouver Victoria Kamloops..... Saskatoon..... U.S. officials said the hijack- ers violated Cuban law when they Lhreatened to blow up the plane if authorities at Jose Marti airpn-t refused a demand I Regina to refuel the craft. Winnipeg........ 22 The incident occurred during Thunder Bay.....32 the fist of two visits to Havana Toronlo......... 35 by the hijacked plane in the 29- Ottawa .12 hour odj'ssey involving 27 [jas- Montreal.........33 pengers and fou- crew mem- Halifax......... 54 bcrs. It was after the return New York........ 52 trip to Havana that the three hi- Miami...........85 as Henry Los Angeles.......72 Jackson, 2ii, Lewis Moore, 27, and Meivin Cale, taken into custody by Cuban au- thorities. The Cubans con- fiscated the S2 million ransom paid lo Ihe hijackers. the technique in London. They the hosts at the vice-president of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers said Monday the un- ion executive hoped the men would not go out on more wild- cats. It was upsetting (o have no, news on how negotiations were i hiT marriage, ucnt straight to p-oceecling, "ku( we don't want i Ihe crowds, shaking hands and cur members flying off the j chatting. They were encouraged to do so by the success of a similar ven- tjre during this year's four of Australia. The Oueen, walking from a Guildhall luncheon Monday cel- ebrating Ihe 25th anniversiiiy of Buckingham Palace entertain- ment which rounded off their parents' day of celebration. Tlie guesls were mainly fam- Parents slio.ul 'murderers1 I.VOX, France (Renter) P.Tents of 14G young persons who died in a dancchall fire in an Alpine village two years ago shouted murder- ers" when five men received 15 13 15 1.9 .02 in .12 36 1.34 33 61 .21 London.......... 48 Berlin...........40 Honolulu......... 8'1 Mexico City...... 75 San Francisco Las Vegas Rome........ Paris........ 58 51 57 35 M 55 54 45 Lelhbrirlge, Calfiary To- day: Sunny. Iliglis 4IM5. Gusly west winds in llic fool- liills. Lows near 30. Wednes- day: Sunny. Gnsly west winds. Highs In the 40s. Columbia Koolcnay Today and Wednesday: Cloudy wilh a few sunny periods. Highs today and Wednesday: In the thirties. Lows tonight: 20 lo 25 except near freezing in the West Koo- ler.ays. Montana East of Divide Partly cloudy through Wednes- day. Patches of fog east lliis morning. Warming trend with southwesterly winds developing cast slopes. Highs today 30s cast 40s west. Lows tonight 20s. Highs Wednesday 35 lo 45 east 45 to 55 west. i "f'm so glad you could come E. Mayeskc Representative LETHBRIDGE Tel: 327-5514 Small companies can now offer their employees attractive retirement income potential with our New Pension Investment Plan Call your nearest Manufacturers Life Representative. to Berlin treaty ily friends European royally in- suspended prison terms Monday eluded Prince Rainier and TVin- on manslaugliLe cliarpes. Gncc of Monaco and Kinij Al1 crov''d lhe bent on altack- -solc surviving deslrycd (.'on.sl.anUne and Queen Anr.c- Mr.rie of Greece. The entcrla'nnienl Lhc pattern set by Queen Vic- toria in [lie lively early years of her reign. Gilbert mvncr of llic. Scpt. dancchall al Saml-Laurent- (iL'-Pojif, who received a two- year suspended jail term.. Tie (o be protcclcd hy his rie- First came music, with the hld lo bc by English Chamber Orchestra and [cilcc Poucc .he Bach Choir. Then din- ,VlllaRc Mn7or Plcrre F.ngli: thi ncr, followed by dancing wliicl: for Ihe younger generation went on toward dawn. Eco picture Psgo 22 Pcrrin, who received a 10-month sus- pended sentence, complained: "This Is a oneway judgment. From now on, no one will want to be a mayor in France." .inul.K.lurr.rs Ijfn IniurniK.r. f.omp.niy Tty DAVID BINDER York Times Service BONN Chancellor Willy [Irar.dL. who.se coalition govern incnt won ;m overwhelming vie" lory in elections ,Sun- is expected lo tfd lo ICn.sl Mfrlin he fore Oiri.sl.miis to sifjii MIC recently concluded Irenty Lo establish formal relations between llic two Germnnys. Thi! Social Dem- ocrats and llic small free Dem- ncratic parly of Foreign Min- i.slcr Waller School hognn scn- nralo consullation? Monday on I IK.- I do iililion lhal is lo be suorn in H-forc lirandl nifikcs his trip, 'f.nrfifl Ahlm, Ihe chief gov- rnmoni spokesman, snid ihni ID two Inadont would in I the next few days on the cabinet changes and n pro- i I gi ;nn fur lhe next term. 1 Meanwhile1, lhe npposiiiiin j leader. Kaircr chair- man of Hie Christian DnliKKT.il- ic Union, offered his tion this morning to Die lead- ership of his parly. The Con- servative opposition Eutfcred a crushing dcfcat In Iho elcctinn, dropping for llm fir.sl lime shire Llic federal rcpulilic v> found- ed in 1019 lo f-ccond place in lhe lower Hut two (if Darzcl's strongest p.uly rivals, Helmut Kohl of llie slate of Ithinelaml-l'nl- alinalc nnd (lov. (iei-l'.nrd Mid- of .Srhlo.swirJ-llolsloin. porsumlpd him lo slay nn for mnmrnt. I CORRECTION! Tlie following unil which opponrorl In our Thursday, Nov. 16lli Advertisement, should havo rend: 1971 Ford FIDO Wo regret any inconvenience this moy licivo caused. Cor, MM Drive and 16th Avcnuo South Phonn 32B-QQ61 BALE CHOPPER Chop-King is a bailor buy than wilh Gehl's nil- new bole chopper. Complimonls fluid lo Icedlol mechaniia- lion wilh opcralor safely, produclion line speed, Ions-life dependability, convenience of porlobilily, more bales per hour efficiency. FAMOUS GEHL QUAlllYi heavy-duty mcol conslruclion, mini- mum parts, ihielded oclion, qulck-swilch vnrsntility. Chopi ond rnixej different grade! of roughage, different size! of bolei for more milk, fosler and more economical feeder- coirlc gaini. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONJ 328-1741 OI'TICIAI, AS OK A..M TODAY' COIllnivSY OF A.MA All highways In Nip Ijih- area arr Kcncrnlly in good driving condition. Highway I, Trans Cnmirln Highway, Calgary ID lianff, have nnd In good condilion. Hanff lo Golden, (jood winter condition, watch for fallen rock, d'nldcn to Kcvelslokc, Rood condilion with condition with sonic slippery sections. PORTS OK KN'rflY (Opi'iiinf! and Cnutl.i JI hours; Cnnvay !i a.m. lo fi p.m.; Hoi llnniln it a.m. lo fl p.m.; Itoinevillo, B.C. 9 a.m. lo li p.m.; H.C.; I'orllnll Kyknrl.s R a.m lo Chief Moimlflin closed; Wildhnrsr, B n.m. to 5 p.m. P. lo monlon, bare and in pood con- dilion. Adequate snow fires or prop- erly filled chains arc manda- tory In Yoho. Kootcnay, Gla- cier and Mount Itovclsloke Na- tional Parks. Iho llnnff Jasper highway nnd ski access roads in llanff and in Jasper Nation- al Parks. ;