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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta I THE LETHBRIQQE HERALD Hovenioer News In brief Miss Grey Cup crowned TORONTO Wendy a first-year commerce student representing Saskatchewan was selected Friday as Miss Grey Cup. Crowned by George Edmonton Eskimos' winner of the top player award in the Canadian Football her victory was recognized by a crowd of about and a national television audience. Francine Aline Miss Ottawa Rough was named first runner-up. Ellen Miss Ed- monton was named Miss Congeniality. The accomplish- ed as a pianist and has brown hair and eyes. She stands 5 feet 6 inches and weighs 122. Her measurements are 26-37. Miss is a public relations management assis- tant in Ottawa. She has light brown hair and blue stands a statuesque 5 feet 9Vi inches and weighs 143. Her measurements are 38-25-38. Miss Golka. 21. a third-year education student at the University of is1 a member of the Alberta Progressive Conservative party and plans to become a teacher. Miss has blue eyes and brown hair. Her measurements are 3524- Astronauts taking rest HOUSTON The Sky- lab 3 astronauts took today off to giving technicians on the ground time to study a ma- noeuvring problem for the big space laboratory. Explaining why the spacemen were told to take the day flight director Neil Hutchinson packed the flight plan to try to get a lot ac- complished in the early part of the mission. They had to work extremely hard to take care o-f a lot of little The free day for Gerald Carr. William Pogue and Edward Gibson also gives mission control time to develop procedures for managing manoeuvres of the Skylab which has lost the use of one of its three control gyroscopes. The gyroscope tailed Friday. Officials said nearly normal operation can be con- ducted with the remaining two. But it is going to take longer to make manoeuvres and the station will iise more control gas. If a second gyroscope should tail. Hutchinson be in a come-home games for review EDMONTON The Edmonton public school board will consider a resolution at its regular meeting Monday which could clear the way for liquor and games of chance at adult functions in schools in the public system D. W. in a notice of motion at a board meeting earlier this asked trustees to set up a six-month trial period. During that period any non-profit organization in a community could use the schools legal purpose when such use. will not conflict with the school program or school the resolution said. The Edmonton public school board earlier adopted a policy prohibiting liquor and games of chance in schools. Deaths THE CANADIAN PRESS TOKYO Kiichi Japanese finance minister who guided his country through inflation and an oil shortage. LONDON .Col Sir John Aird. an aide to Queen who shot himself after learning he had inoperable cancer. Food costs drop in most cities OTTAWA Food prices the major factor in this year's inflation dropped in nine of the 12 ma- jor city areas checked by Statistics Canada last it was reported Friday. Over-all living costs also declined in four of the cities while rising in eight the report said. The declines in food prices were 2.8 per cent in St. Nfld nine-tenths of one per cent in 1.5 per cent in Saint two-tenths of one per cent in six- tenths of one-per cent in Win- The Shape of Things to Come 1.3 per cent in three- tenths of one per cent in Edmonton seven- tenths in and 3 5 per cent in Thunder Ont. Food prices rose one per cent in nine-tenths of one per cent in Ottawa and four-tenths of one per cent in Quebec City. The city figures compared with a national food price decline of seven-tenths of one per the first drop in grocery prices in a year and the largest in 17 months. food prices nationally were still more than 16 per cent higher than a year earlier and about 20 per cent higher in St. Vancouver and Quebec City In over-all living costs including health care and recreation there were declines of three- tenths of one per cent in St. one-tenth in Saint six-tenths in Saskatoon- Regina and 1.1 per cent in Thunder Bay. Remnant Vancouver police con- stable checks out a blood- stained blanket on a South Vancouver street where a man believed to have been carrying dy- namite was killed in a violent explosion Friday night. Dead man's boots stand in the foregrr jnd. Dynamite kills man VANCOUVER A man who had thretaned to kill his wife matter how long it was killed Friday night when dynamite he was carrying exploded as he walk- ed across a street in a residen- tial area of South Vancouver. Police identified the dead man as Arpad 49. They said he arrived in British Co- lumbia about a month ago after being released a Quebec prison. He had served about three years of a four year sentence imposed in Van- couver in 1970 for attempting to murder his wife. Socreds prepare leadership vote VANCOUVER On the eve of today's Social Credit leadership vote to MODERN INDUSTRIAL RENTALS 32S-MM and Home Owner RUG SHAMPOOERS FLOOR SANDERS RENTAL IS YOUR BEST BUY choose his W. A. C. former British Columbia choked back tears as he told delegates he could take brickbats and criticism this praise I've never been able to He didn't endorse any of the who include his son 41 He said his which suf- fered a crushing defeat at the hands of the New Democratic Party in the pro- vincial was on the march again in B.C. pub- lic wants us but we've got to deserve to be On the We suggest a Beautiful HYDE PARK Suit that stays razor sharp all day long and afterwards. A great choice by Hyde Park for Fall and Winter wear awaits you now at only People Going Places Shop af. The Lethbridge Rotary Club Invites You to an EVENING OF MUSIC with LINDA GAY FLITTON DEC. 8th P.M. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Available at LEISTER'S or at the Door Downtown On 9tn vOutn -Win Trip TWO lo Hivall Intry OPTOMETRISTS DR. RALPH F. OLER his association with DR. DENNIS K PITKIN Offices In two locations Fer appointments call 327.29W M2-I104 Dief spearheads attack on wiretap OTTAWA Former prime minister John Diefenbaker spearheaded an attack Friday on the government's wiretap but Justice Minister Otto Lang refused to bend under pressure to modify the pro- posed legislation. Mr. Diefenbaker Prince attempted to haunt Mr. Lang Energy decision in gear WASHINGTON President Nixon returned here late Friday for a decision-making session on energy-saving measures with two top amid in- dications that a rationing system for a widely used. heating oil is in the works. No announcements were ex- pected immediately following today's meeting with energy chief John Love and domestic counsellor Melvin al- though a White House spokes- man said the president and his advisers will be certainly in the executive vice-president of the New England Fuel In- stitute said a government plan for United man- datory rationing of No 2 heating oil is expected to be unveiled Monday or Tuesday but would not take effect for two or three weeks Charles Burkhardt said the plan would require residential customers to cut their fuel consumption by 15 per cent from their 1972 in- dustries to make a 10-per-cent reduction and commercial businesses a cut of about 18 to 20 per cent Retail oil dealers would monitor and control the he said. White House sources said a Sunday closing of gasoline fill- ing stations is one of the meas- ures being considered as a means of saving fuel with a minimum impact on the econ- omy NDP won't support fuel hike TORONTO The New Democratic Party go along federal government plans to increase heating fuel and gasoline prices after Jan NDP Leader David Lewis said Fri- day night. But he declined to say whether the party would seek defeat of the government in a general motion if Progressive Conservative support the minority government's energy policies He said the NDP caucus hadn't discussed details of steps it would take in that event. Mr. Lewis told a party nominating convention the NDP is determined to see price controls remain in as well as the main- taining of the crude-oil export tax and development of the Alberta oil sands by Canadians. Man shot in store parking lot LOS ANGELES Fif- teen minutes of terror for a young woman in a Hollywood parking lot ended when a security guard fatally shot a man who was holding a knife to her throat Police said Edward 39. was shot once in the head at close range Friday after Ellen 22. broke away from his grasp Police said Fisher had been Kill Miss' Sheldon was not in-' jured in the shooting but was treated for cuts on her hands received when she repeatedly tried to push the knife from her throat. Only an automobile in the parking lot of Zody's depart- ment store separated the plainclothcs guard. George and Fisher. A free- lance professional photographer. Anthony captured the drama on him with words spoken by Fi- nance Minister John Turner four years ago. Arguing in the Commons that the government's proposal to give police emergency wiretapping powers without a permit could be abused. Mr. Diefenbaker minister Turner as and technology will spawn new forms of electronic surveillance and data surveillance. The law must ensure that the right to privacy remains Allowing police to wiretap during an emergency for up to 36 hours -without a permit is most dangerous provi- sion that has ever been incor- porated in the law of this Mr. Lang said the bill includes provisions to prevent misuse and should be sup- ported because criminals have no qualms about using bugging devices. With 22 amendments pro- there was speculation Mr. Lang might withdraw the bill if he was unable to muster support for it. this possibility iaded Friday when the justice minister announced debate on the bill will resume Tuesday after the Commons deals with the foreign investment review bill Monday A government source said the minority Liberals intend to push on with the wiretap bill until Christmas if necessary. Mr. arguing for his amendment to remove the 36-hour said the claim that the legislation would be for the general good is not sufficient. Unless the offending clause were he would con- tinue to oppose the bill the Catholic residence terrorized BELFAST Security for members of Northern Ireland's new coali- tion cabinet is expected to be increased following Friday night's attack by three gunmen on the home of a leading Roman Catholic politi- cian. No one was hurt in the raid on the isolated residence of Austin named just 24 hours earlier as the cabinet member responsible for hous- local government and planning. was not at but his wife and two children huddled in terror as 36 bullets weie sprayed at the house and at a police car on guard duty nearby. Police said they suspect the attack was carried out by the militant Provisional wing of the Irish Republican Army to demonstrate its opposition to the new political structure. There were two attacks against Currie in one a bombing and the other a volley of shots. CP Air opposing Grande Prairie bids GRANDE PRIARIE Canadian Pacific Airlines has no intention of getting out of Grande Prairie unless it is forced E. W. CP Air's assistant general sales said this week. Mr. Ogden told an air tran- sport committee hearing into three applications for air ser- vices through Grande Prairie that CP Air has been serving the northwestern Alberta city since 1935. CP Air is opposing the applications by Time Air Ltd of International Jet Air of Calgary and Pacific Western Airlines. James PWA's vice- president for corporate plan- said PWA which has applied for a Dawson B.C -Grande Prairie Ed- monton service can give service other carriers are not able to provide He said PWA could have greater flexibility than CP Air in the area. Mr Robins said the Dawson Creek-Grande Prairie Ed- monton route is clearly a regional route which PWA could cover within its existing system. PWA plans to swing its ex- isting Edmonton Inuvik ser- vice which carries passengers and has revenue of 5 million a year through Grande Prairie and Dawson Creek. Mr. Robins disagreed with J. V counsel for International Jet Air. who said the addition of more intermediate stops on the Edmonlon-Inuvik route would interfere with the convenience of passengers. He told Mayor Elmer'Bor- stad that PWA service through Grande Prairie would be able to link with the air- line's existing Dawson Creek Vancouver service via Kamloops Mr. Ogden. who said CP Air welcomes a en- said the com- pany's existing twice-a-day service to Grande Prairie and Fort St B has been He said it was inconvenient for Dawson Creek who have to travel to Fort St John to connect with CP Air but can't help but feel that Dawson Creek is provided with not too bad a Dawson Creek residents could reach Fort St. John by airport limousine in hours and by car in 40 to 45 minutes an elapsed time that was not much different for reaching big-city airports. Mr Ogden said CP employs 17 people in Grande seven in Fort B.C and 37 in Fort St. John. Mr. Robins said PWA would probably maintain a staff of seven in Grande Prairie Carpet PHONE 328-2853 mr. steam Carpet Cleaning Ltd. Estate By BOB OUVAL KEY REALTY 6 INSURANCE REALTOR M Secret Of Finding Mortgage Money It's no money is hard to find. Ask any or seller whose prospects fell by the wayside because they- couldn't get financing. the most fruitless way of trying to find mort- gage money is to look for it by yourself. Not all lending Institutions are in the mortgage busi- ness. And In these days of tight those that don't have money to lend for this purpose. But there is mortgage money avallable-if you know how to find it. And the person who most often knows is your Realtor. Your Realtor may know of a house for sale where you can assume the existing mortgage. Or he may know of a lending organization with money available. Or a pri- vate investor who's interested. If anybody in the world can help you find mortgage your Realtor can. So use him to your best ad- vantage. After that's what he's there for. If there is anything can do to help you in the field of real please phone or drop in at KEY REALTY 1524 9th Avenue Lethbridge. Phone 328-6671. We're here to ___________ ;