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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta November 24, 1971 2 _ THE IETHBRIDOI HERAID _ Weclne.Hoif. Cite willnnii ma v not be home for Christmas ad TOIiONTO (CP1 t'Bi' I'Vh- nicians began rcpurlmg bai 'k to thoir jobs today nt CBLf, lc corporal ion's television outlet after walking out Tuesday night in a dispute over contract nego- tiations. The walkout put the Channel 6 station of! the air for sis min- utes Tuesday night when )50 technicians left their jobs about for a study session. It left management stall scrambling to fill the Rnp and the news and information pro- gram Weekday got on the air rix minutes late. It. u-as the only television pro irram disrupted Tuesday night although the station was forced to cancel a taping session of In the Mood and broadcast warn- ings to an audl' rnce of MO persons not to at- tend. In Edmonton about 15 techni- cians walked out for a study session lo discuss a con- j filiation board's report on a new collective agreement. Pptpr Bolshy, chairman yf Ixxal 71, National Association i if Broadcast Employees, said i lie walkout started sponta- (n-inisly in one television studio and then snowballed to otters. Tliev returned to work 2'u later. bill battle looms system, informants said Tuesday. One source mentioned the rtiaul I he income I possibility of Parliament sitting Preliminary hearing set in Porter kidnap case KIMBKKI.KY. BC. (CP) Jan. 11 was set Tuesday for the preliminarv iK-aring for Earl Kitchener Dennclt. 5-', of Kim- bcrley, charged with the kidnapping of 15 -year old Philip Porter. The Porter boy was last scon June 26. when la left his home here on his mother Mr. and Mrs. received telephone- call the .-.ame day from a man demanding They later received a crudely -'typed ransom note. Bennett was arrested and ad- mitted extortion hut said he knew nothing of UK kid- napping. He was arrested again on his release from pri- son after serving 26 months on for j the extortion charge and was flown to Kimberley, where a formal charge of kidnapping was laid. through the Christmas Eve and New Year's put through the legisla- tion by Jan 1., 1972, the govern- ment's target date. A threatened shortening of the Christmas recess may be i enough to bring the this case it includes a few Literal line and allow passage of the hill. But a Conservative spokes- man said such threats are usually self-defeating because the burden usually falls more on the government than the opposi- tion side. The Commons has spent 35 days so far on the bill. Out of 02 sections and clauses, 179 have been discussed and 75 ap- proved. Virtually no progic s has been made in this last two weeks. By the end of this week, all sections will have at least been discussed. Privy Council Piest dent Allan MacEr.chen govern-, ment. house leader, will meet the floor leaders of the ether parties on the next move. Mr. MacEeachen will presum ably seek some understanding on passage of the bill through all parliamentary stages by Dec. 17. The government still appears determined that the legislation take effect Jan. 1 of dead' conflict spurs walkout of Jewish MDs JERUSALEM Doc- tors at Israel's hospital called a 24-iioni' strike today to I if said the walkout started in harassment of pa ?ueSavto sendVne' board's re-1 thotogista by Jewish rehgious on the agreement back lo i zealots. -d for more study. The strike came am-r Hadas- XABET members: sal. Hospitals chief -u-rcis Canada have been work- i Dr. Alexander Lamer, received oss uuwt, a [hreatemnl, Climammg a ntract since June .10. j bullet, a spokesman said. The strike closed down hospi- tal outpatient clinics and pre- vented all emergency opera- tions. Orthodox Jews maintain reli- gious law prohibits autopsies as j lions. Juvenile hears di FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) With the consent of judge, prosecutor and defence lawyer, 12 members of a high school class have been impaneled to hear the case of a 16-year-old girl charged with drug viola- a desecration of the dead. The pathologists say the post- mortems are required in pre- ventive medicine and pinpoint- ing causes of death. The trial opened Tuesday in Fairbanks Superior Court be- fore Judge Warren W Taylor, who said the verdict of the juvenile jury will be binding on the court, the same as with a jury of adults. In previous cases. Taylor said, juveniles have rendered an advisorj' verdict but not a binding one. The opinion ruled that a child has a constitutional right to a public jury trial. One question left open by the ruling was whether the jury should include persons at least as young as the child on trial. TWINS RETURN Kristen, left and Heather, Canada's only separated Siamese twin, visit Hospital for Sick Children In Toronto for the kick off of the hospital's annual Christmas appeal Tuesday. The twins, born at the hospital April 3, 1971 to a Toronto couple, had a combined weight of 14 Ibs. before surgical ien now weighs 16 Ibs., 4 oz. and Heather 16 Ibs., 8 oz. eparotion April 12, Kris- Oiilv surviving pair formerly joined Twins are coming in Quebec TORONTO 'CP) Can- ada's only surviving sepa- rated Siamese twins are as QUEBEC iCP) Quebec He told the national assembly uld take the form of obli tions. Justice Minister Jerome Choquette said Tuesday, Mr. Choquette made the com- ments after tabling a report by brutal and the Quebec Civil Lib- erties Union called for an in- quiry. Mr. Choquette said the police action was justified because the "initial aggression" came from demonstrators. Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIF'OCAL LENS (MULTILUX) I'HiM BIPTION CO Montreal police chief Jacques ixvOKED BYLAW Sautaier on the Oct. 29 demon- j Before the demonstration, the stration in support of locked-out wc-kers at La Presse in Mont- real. Some 160 persons Montreal city administration in- voked a bylaw allowing it to ban demonstrations for a period e........ were in-1 up to 30 days. Police set up jured and 23 persons charged I barricades io keep anybody out after the demonstration by' ".......J about persons turned vio- lent. Organizers of the demon- stration and others charged the police with being excessively of the area of La Presse and violence flared as police and demonstrators confronted each other at the barricades. testing the lockout of 350 pro- duction employees in mid-July and the suspension of publica- tion by the French-language newspaper Oct. 27. The paper remains closed although nego- tiations have resumed following government intervention. The city bylaw has been ruled bej-ond the city's authority by one court but the city has ap- pealed to a high tribunal. Mr. Choquette said in the na- tional assembly that tire Oct. 29 demonstration "also took on the character of a contestation of tiie bylaw." His new regulations, being Tlie demonstrators were pro-' prepared now, will "supersede all local the jus- tice minister said. He has szid previously that a French law which holds organiz- ers of a demonstration finan- cially and criminally responsi- ble for any physical and mate- rial damrges is being consi- dered by his department. Police Chief Saulnicr's report absolved the police of any Secret vote ruled out by firemen MONTREAL fCPI A tech- nicality in the constitution of the Montreal Fire-fighters Associa- tion will prevent a secret vote bi-irq held today and Thursday by Montreal firemen. The 2.400 members of the fire- ised I oner, aeotics by demonstrators but makes no mention of demonstrators being -Jacques presiaem beaten bv police. d'd not elr. Mr. Choquette said he had Irale cn teclimca asked demonstration organizers for their side of the story but received no reply. 10A.M.- 10P.M. Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion TUESDAY, NOV. 23rd through SATURDAY, NOV. 27th ENERSON'S ...of Morin, president of '.abo- lity i was hut said that the whole situ- ation would have to be reviewed by ;.ie association's executive. At an association meeting Tuesday night. Mr. Morin rec- ommended that the men accept the- offer. The firemen walked out for six days in October to back de- mands for parity with firemen in Toronto. A court injunction ordered them back. The firemen have been with- ou: a contract since Dee. 1971. They now earn the 1970 rate of for first-class fire- men. The 7.1-pcr-cent increase would give them short of wage parity with To- ronto, Suspects hauled away BELFAST (AP) Four Timdred Britisli troops raided a lousing development today in switch of tactics against the out- lawed Irish Republican Army. Every .man in a block of 116 apartments in Belfast's New Lodge area was asked for proof of identity. Those who couldn't supply it we.c taken off for questioning as IRA suspects. The army stressed the raid was not a full-scale arms search of the kind which has become commonplace in Belfast's Roman Catholic districts. Since early August, more than men have been held in arms swoops directed against j berta. the IRA's campaign lo unite j Mr. de Rappard will be re- lively and healthy as most eight-month-old babies, the Hospital for Sick Children says. The two girls, Heather and Kristen, were horn last April at Humber Memorial Hospital to a Toronto-area c o u n 1 e whose names have not been released. Joined at the chest, the girls were separated in a 2'z-hour 'lealthv t> operation at the Hospital for Sick Children April III. The hospital said Tuesday ihc girls, who weighed about seven pounds each at birth. nov.1 weigh more than 16 pimr.ds each. Siamese twins occur about once in BO.CCO births. Eight h.ive born in Can- ada since but only these two have survived. Weather and road report de Rappard directs PC association EDMONTON (CP) The ap- pcintmcnt of Gecrge de Rap- pard, 3ti, of Edmonton as exe- cutive director was announced today by the Progressive Con- servative Association of Al- SUMilSE THURSDAY Kl'XSKT Lcllihrldge Medicine Hat Pincher Creek Calgary Edmonton Banff Peace River Grande Prairie Pentielon Prince George Vancouver Prince Albert Saskatoon Swift Current Moose Jaw Rcgina Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa Quebec St. John Hr.lifax C'harlotletown Chicago New York 29 3-1 20 32 22 :n 28 30 20 CIm- 30 FOiil-X'ASTS l.rtiiliriiige Today and Thursday: Variable cloudi- ness. Winds Lows 30- 35. .10-13. I Medicine Hat Today: In- .02 termitlent snow beginning by .011 noon. Winds SE20 and gusty. i Lows near 20. Thursday: Cloudy with snow f I u r r ies. Highs' 30-33. ,14 Kcotcnay, Columbia and Thursday: Cloudy with oc- .10 snow. Iliglis both days i in the mid 30s. Lows tonight, i 23 to 30. Northern Ireland with the Irish Republic. About 500 still held either for investigation or for indefinite internment with- out trial. spsiisible for provincial con- stituency organization and as- sistance, administration of as- sociation offices and activities and election planning. for PONTIAC BUICK OPEl MRENZA CMC TRUCKS NOTICE TO ALL BRETHREN AN EMERGENT MEETING UTHBR1DGE tODGE NO. 39 A.F. ond A.M. will be held in the MASONIC LODGE at 1 p.m. on THURSDAY, NOV. 25th to attend the funeral of R. W. BRO. GEORGE T. COX A complete factory engineered grain handling centre for cattle, hog, and poultry feeders. 'Ask about our "Trade-Groin" or "5-year" Finance Plan' MEDICINE HAT FEDERAL PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING DATE: Friday, November 26, 1971 PLACE: Auditorium Medicine Hot Public library, lit Street, and 4th Avc. 5.E. Medicine Hat, Alberta. TIME: p.m. BUSINESS: 1. Reporli 2. Election ot Officer! ond Director! 3. Election of to Annual Progressive Comer- olive Atsocialion of Canada Medina Ottawa Doc. 5-7, 1971 (5 lo bo ejected) 4. Election of Dclotjalci to Annual Meeting Protjroiitve Conicrvalivc Allocation of Alberta Edmonton Jan. 28-30, 1972 (16 lo ho nloclcd) 5. New Businett GUEST SPEAKER: JACK HORNER M.P. Crowfoot ConJliluoncy i I tomm GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY LETHBRIDGE, Alberta OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways in the Leth- j and sand; d. Banff bridge district are bare and dry and in Rood winter driving condition. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, Calgary to llanff is bare and in good condition. Radium liighways a trace of new snow, oc- casional slippery sections, sanded. Snow tires or chains are. required when travelling Banff lo fioldcn lias a trace of ihniuKh lhc Pass, snow, few slippery sections, i Banff p r liniinvay and on Golden to Kcvclslokc has j all llanff Na ionai 1'arl; ski ac- I inches of new snow, plowed I ce.-s PORTS OF KNTliV (Opening and ('liiv Tliuesl: Coults M hours: Carway r, a.m. to !1 p.m. MST: I) 1 Honila '.I a.m. to fi p.m.: Kooscvifle, H.C. II a.m. lo p.m.; H.C., L'4 tours; rorlhil! liykcrts I) a.m. to midnight, Chief Mountain closed. Wildliorse, 8 a.m. lo 5 I'ass cbsod ;