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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November 35, 197J News In brief liodics of elderly couple found PEERLESS, Mont. (AP) The bodies of a missing Scohey, Mont., couple have been found beside a lonely rural road near this community. They were 88 year-old Klmer Barren and his 8-I-ycar-old wife Fern. Authorities said the cou- ple had been missing since Nov. C. The bodies were found togeth- er in a pit beside the roadway, about 31--. miles from where their car bad been found c.u licr. There was no immediate in- dication of what caused their deaths but autopsies will be conducted. Compromise reached ill Bolivia From AP-REUTER LA PAZ (AP) Bolivian government officials and labor leaders reached a compromise Friday night aimed at ending a crippling lira-day strike, but it remained unclear whether the regime would lift a country- Midc state of siege. The union chiefs agreed their men would resume work after the government said it would negotiate salary increases "in the near future" and released several labor leaders jailed when tlie strike began. Textile workers began a 24- hour strik-e Thursday to protect recent government austeut> measures, including a two- thirds devaluation of the peso, and government charges that unions were being infiltrated by leftist elements. VWRO audit is unsettling VANCOUVER (CP) pre- liminary audit of Local Initia- tive Program funds given to the Vancouver Welfare Rights Or- ganization has turned up ir- regularities. a manpower de- partment spokesman said yes- terday. Bert Watson said his findings It.ive bcrn lurnrd nvcr In Mio The organization was given J98.W6 this year to be distri- buted equally among itself, Cool-Aid and the Unemployed Citizens Welfare Improvement Council. Mr. Watson said the original funding to the three groups was for a three-month period end- ing May 15. Each was to em- ploy 10 persons at average weekly salaries of SIM. The three were given GT.ICM- .lion.s In flip end of Scplembrr Cool-Aid was cut Funds to the other two were continued but eventually cut off. OUT FOR A Argentine President Juan Peron smiles as he talks newsmen in fronl of his home in tho Vicents Lopez suburb of Aires Friday. Percn, 77, appeared in the fronl garden of his home fri a white sport jacket and green slacks. AP Wirepholo via cable from Buenos Aires Five-year school plans wauled VICTORIA (CP) Educa- tion Minister Eileen Dailly has announced that school boards In British Columbia will be re- quired to establish five-year plans for their capital construc- tion programs. to a press release, the minis- ter said this will replace the current practice whereby boards plan programs on a year-to-year basis. Each school board, in consnl- lation with the education de- partment will set up a five-year building plan, estimating the cost for each year's building re- quirements. Laporlc slayer wauls his way MONTREAL (CP) Francis Simard, 2-J, said Friday in a plea to the Quebec Court of Ap- peal for a new trial that the judge at Ills first trial showed consistent bias and prevented him from making a full de- fence. Simard was convicted and QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanic Capita! Furmfurfl flldg. PHONE 328-7684 IJM sentenced to life imprisonment in May, 1971, uy Sessions Court Judge Alphonso Barbeau for tlie October, 1970, slaying of Quebsc Labor Minister Pierre Laporte. In his lengthy plea before Chief Justice Lucien Tremblay and Justices George Montgom- ery, Antoine Rivard, Roger Brossard and Francois Lajoie, Simard said he had been de- prived of the opportunity to pre- pare liis defence from the start of his detention. Simard conducted his own de- fence at his first trial with law- yer Pierre Cloutier acting as "counsellor" on legal matters. Lions Club of Lethbridge 19th Town Country 1000 CASH PLAr AT HOME NEWSPAPER BLACKOUT BINGO PLUS 4 EBrus PRIZES CASH EACH Here's How You Con Win! THE PRIZE The first card wilh all numbers covered (blackout) will receive Ihe grand prize of In Ihc case of more than one blackout ihe winneri may "play- ofr" or split the prire. THE BONUS PRIZE The "L" Bingo has been called The "X" has been called for the first "H" Down the "B" row, down (he "O" row and acron the centre 550 for Ihe first "Square" all nurnben filled down tho "B" row, down the "O" row, acrost the top row, across ihe bottom row The bonus prizes will bo awardod 1o iho first correct :ards according lo Ihe rolaHon of numbers in flic case of lies, prizes will be split. Bonus prize win- ners will havQ cards refunded to Ihcm continue claying for ihe blackout bingo. CARDS ONLY EACH Gel youn now and w one or more prixei Here are Iho numbers lo dale: 1-23, O-69, 1-30, 1-20, 1-26, N-10, G-54, B-8. B-10, B-2, O-6B, O-74, N-31, O-71, G-55, G-58. N-36, G-51, G-57, B-l, 1-21, G-17, I-27, B-15 I-17, I-19, N-37, B-3, O-64, N-11, 0-67, N-11 N-43, G-16, N-35, 1-29, N-45, B-14, B-7, N-32 G-49, I-IB, B-6, O-62, O-72 THIS WEEK'S NUMBERS: 1-25, B-4, G-60 Additional numbon, plus all numbori already called will bit publi'ihrcl ovcry Saturday in Iho Lolhbridgn Horald, WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD Phone 327-8670 immodlatoly PROCEEDS TOWARDS tlONS CCNTENNIAt PARK, AND O1HCR COMMUNITY PROJCCI.', CP Air charter flights cancelled for 6 days OTTAWA (CD -CP Air lias had il.s Norl.Ii Atlantic charter lircnco cnnc'rlM Cor six rfays beginning ,il iiiuiniiJil Sunday night, Nov. 2fi, for an infracUon of Canadian charter flight regu- lations. The airline Iras no charters scheduled for the North Atlantic run during the Nov. 27-Dec. 2 period, bul HIP suspension apply if any came up. Tlie Canadian transport com mission, which ordered the sus- pension, said Friday it did so aflcr asking CP Air and two British charier carriers Sept. 15 to explain violations detected by commission inspectors who chewed flights last summer. Decisions on the two others, Dan-Air and Donaldson Intcr- nutirmal, liare yet la be reached. McnmUiilc, the com- mission has asked Dan-Air to explain two other alleged breaches of charter flight regu- lations in separate orders, also announced Friday. CP Air's suspension resulted From two violations. Tlie fii-st concerned a Mon- :real-Amsterdam charter July 23 for I ho Camping Club Yvcr- It was supposed to be re- turning a group of European visitors, but Hie commission round that 34 pa.ssengers were Canadian residents. The second violation was a July 26 Brussels-Montreal flight j for the same European club It was supposed to be bringing to J Canada a planeload of Eu- ropeans who intended lo fly home via New York But line commission said that at Ic-ast 50 passengers turned out to be Ca- nadians returning from Europe. In addition (o licr violation for a Vancouver- London cliailer for the Cana- dian Skiboh Association, Dan- Air was ordered Friday to ex- plain two other alleged In- fractions. Welfare sharing major topic VICTORIA (CP) Federal- prnvineial cost-sharing arrange- ments for income security pro- grants will be the major topic of discussion at a two-day meet- ing of provincial welfare minis- ters which opens here Monday. All 10 provinces will be repre- sented at the conference to be led by Brenda Robertson, New Brunswick's minister of rehabi- litation and social services. It is expected that Quebec's Welfare Minister Claude Casto- nguay will be expressing his province's concern about Can- ada's over-all policy for income security and its effect on fed- eral-provincial relations. Premier Robert Bourassa of Quebec has for some time been pressing for complete provincial jurisdiction In the social secur- ity field This would include such areas as family allow- ances, social welfare, man- power training and unemploy- ment insurance. The federal government maintains it must retain its con- trol over income security pay- ments in order to ensure equal benefits to the old and tlie in alleged ear-1 needy in every province. One Involved a Vancouver- London charter for the British Columbia Cricket Club. On Oct. 2, commission in- spectors, Interviewing passen gers on the return part of the flight, allegedly found that 23 of those on board had not left on the Sept. 4 flight lo London; that a number of the passen- gers had left Canada or the U.S. on dates ranging from March 28 to Sept. 10; that six organizations other than the cricket club were represented as Ihe chartering organization for the passengers; end that all but three of those on board had tickets showing a Vancouver de- parture on Sept. 4. The second violation involves another Vancouver-London charier also for the Canadian Skibob Association. An Oct. 2 inspection by the commission Is said tc have found that about half tlie passengers about to fly to London were travelling only one way, yet the passengers held return tickets issued by the air charter company. The commission gave Dan-Air until Nov. 27 to give reasons showing that it should not be re- moved from its list of eligible air carriers. Wins award OTTAWA (CP) Gordon itobertson, clerk of the Privy Council and secretary to the cabinet, has been named winner of the Outstanding Achievement Award of the Public Service of Canada for 1972. He will receive and a citation signed by .he Governor-General and the >rime minisler. wants million for housing (CD The ir-lcr James Lonmer said Frl- B-itisli Columbia government j has asked Ihe federal govern-! He said he will he meeting wilh Urban Affairs Minister Ron Bastard next Friday to nier.t for up io SCO million, to be spent in Ihe next few years on provincial housing pro- grams, .Municipal Affairs Min- j ncsotiate the details ot the pro- evide TAILINGS. Mont. (APi -A federal district court jury Fri- day heard closing arguments in Ihe trial of tivo men accused of allcmptiug to extort money from (lie Montana Co. The panel was to hcgin Its deliberations aflcr receiving fi- Mice reviewed nal instructions fronl Judge James Baltin, Tlie accused are 21-year-old Dennis Williams of Billings and 20-year-old Nigel Moil, of Eng- land. They are charged with at- tempting to exlort by threatening lo blow up a Mon- tana Power Co. plant. E.G. is going lo make use o[ federal assistance that has j been available but never used to any great degree by the previous Social Credit govern- minf. lie said. Over the past 20 yeai-s, said Mr. IjOriincT, L h e Social Credit marte use of million of federal money com- pared to Ihc million On- I tario Jia.s received, just in re- cent years. Barrett sends B.C. observer to U.S. oil quotas hearing VANCOUVER (CP) Pre- mier Dave Barrett announced Friday night that Provincial Secretary Ernie Hall will at- tend United States congression- al hearings on oil quotas next month because of British Co- lumbia's concern about con- tinental resources policies. Mr. Barrett said the provin- cial secretary will attend US. senate oil hearings in Washing- ton Dec. 11-12 as an observer. The provincial government "has no intention of standing back while someone in another jurisdiction discusses our re- even if "Ottawa wants to be timid." Mr. Barrell told reporters later that Mr. Hall will not make any formal submissions to the senate hearings but will report back to the B.C. cabinet on what happened in Washing- ton. In another develoomenl, Rec- reation Minister Robert Wil- liams announced that between I'.i and 2 million acres of pro- vincial parks will be added next year, in northern B.C., the in- terior and on the coast. Mr. Williams said most o[ the land already is crown owned and it will be a simple matter to redesignate it for park use. However, some expropriation will he involved. "Another four years of Social Credit and this chance would have been Mr. Williams said, iu a reference to the ad- ministration of W. A. C. Ben- nett, which the NDP defeated in (lie Aug. SO B.C. election. TORY CHIEF QUITS SASKATOON (CP) Ed Masserden, leader of the Sas- katchewan Conservative Party, announced bis resignation last night. He told a meeting of the party's provincial executive here that his resignation is ef- fective immediately. He will not seek another political posi- tion, the executive was told. Acupuncture expert ivanted by B.C. VANCOUVER (CP) Health Minister Dennis Cocke said Friday be and a committee of medical groups will ask the People's Republic of China to lend British Columbia an acu- puncture expert. He said China will be asked to send a doctor proficient in acupuncture for from tliree to six months to advise the pro- vincial government on setting up standards for acupuncture. "In our position here we don't really know what ques- tions to he said. "If we got a man here for six months then we could find out." Once international protocol Is completed the government will bring such a man to B.C. "as soon as we can find one." "T h e problems as I see them arc: What basic knowl- edge must an acupuncturist have, to whom should It be ad- ministered, under what kind of supervision should it be admin- istered and a whole range of other questions." He said the government and Seven injured LONDON (AP) A fire bomb injured seven persons, three seriously, Friday night in the Broivn Bear Bar in the East London dock district, police re- ported. The pub is used mainly by Irish immigrants, and witnesses said men yelled, "Come you, you 7HA baslaz'd.sV n.s erupted. Soccer results ENGLISH LEAGUR Division I Birmingham 4 Norwich 1 Chelsea 0 Crystal P 0 Derby 5 Arsenal 0 Everton 1 West Ham 2 Ipswich 0 Coventry 1 abandoned after 61 minutes Leeds 3 Man City 0 Wan United 2 Southampton 1 Sheffield 1 Wolverhamplon 2 Tottenham 1 Liverpool 2 West Brom 2 Stoke 1 Newcastle vs. Leicester ppd. Division II Bristol C 1 Sunderland 0 Burnley 1 Notts 0 Cardiff 3 Fulham 1 Hull 1 Blackpool 2 Luton 0 Carlisle I Middlesbrough 0 Swindon 2 Jfillv.-all 1 Huddersficld 0 Orient 3 Sheffield W 2 Oxford 2 Aston Villa 0 "ortemoulli 0 Queen's PH 1 Preston 4 Brighton 0 Division Til 3olton 2 Rotlierham 1 ioumemouth 3 Charlton 1 Brentford 2 York 0 Halifax J Swansea 1 Notts C 2 Oldham 4 'ort Vale 1 Plymouth 1 lochdale 1 Chesterfield 2 Scunlhorpe 1 Shrewsbury 0 Walsall 1 Watford 3 Wrecham 3 Grimsby 5 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Arbroath 2 Hibernian S Ayr 2 Dundee 1 Dundee U 3 Alxjrdecn 2 Falkirk 2 Celtic 3 learts 2 Partick 0 Morion 2 Kilmarnoek 1 Molherwell 0 East Fife 1 dangers 3 Dumbarton I St. JohnsUme 1 Airdrieonians 1 Division II Albion 2 Forfar 2 Alloa 1 Cowdcnbcath 1 Benvic 0 Stranraer 3 Brecliin 1 Hamilton 4 Clyde 1 Stirling 1 Clydcbank 1 Queen's Park J Dunfermllne 3 E Stirling 2 Queen of the S 4 Montrosc 3 Raith 0 Stenhousemuir 2 IRISH LEAGUE Ballymena 3 PorLadmvn I Bangor 1 Coleniinc 2 Crusaders 3 Cliflonville 0 Glcnavon 2 Distillery 0 Glentonin 0 Linfield 2 Lame 0 Ards 2 the committee are interested in acupuncture primarily for its pain-killing properties, especial- ly for the upper body. Mis statement came after he met with an ad-hoc committee of medical groups, who he said voted unanimously for the plan. Too had for those outside Que. FREDERICTON (CP) The leader of the separatist Parti Quebecois said Friday lie be- lieves French minorities in of Canada outside Quebec are "a lost cause." Rene Levesque made the comment when asked by stu- dents at the University of New Brunswick what effect tlie sepa- ration of Quebec from the rest of Canada would have on Aca- dims. "If Quebec becomes n going concern, it should be H healthy stimulus to others outside the he said. "Young Acadians could become our privileged immigrants of the fu- ture. It is apparent that the French minority in areas of Canada away from Quebec are a lost cause." The separatist leader said Quebec must leave Canada eventually in order lo complete the process of maturing which if began following the Second World War. Weather and road report SUNTtlSE SUNDAY SUNSET II Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Calgary....... Edmonton Jasper Banff.......... Grande Prairie Rocky Mtn. House Penlictcn Vancouver Regina Saskatoon Winnipeg Ottawa Toronto Montreal Halifax Great Falls Seatlle Miami Dervcr Paris London Berlin Amsterdam Brussels Madrid Stockholm Tokyo 1, Pro. 45 30 40 30 41 20 41 21 38 16 37 28 34 25 35 25 40 10 37 47 41 31) 24 36 16 31 37 33 18 3S 34 29 22 45 26 51 45 72 Ii4 55 21 43 32 45 36 27 46 37 45 37 57 52 .Ki .12 57 39 35 .02 .02 .02 FORECASTS Lelhliridgc. Medicine Occasional cloudy p n r I o ds (od.iy H'illi grisly west irinds along the foothills. Highs near 45. Sunday a few slioivers anri ivimly. Loivs 25 lo 30. Ilighs near 45. Calgary cloudy periods today with a few snow- flurries this morning and gusty west winds along the foothills. Highs 40 to 45. Sunday, a few showers with gusty west winds. Lows 25 to 30. Highs 40 to 45. Columbia and tonight, cloudy with snow- flurries mixed with rain today. Lows 25 to 30. Highs 35 to 40. Sunday cloudy with clear peri- ods. Brief snowflurries. Highs 35 to 40. Montana East of Divide Partly cloudy today tlirough Sunday wilh widely scattered snow showers tonight and Sunday. Gusty southwest winds along east slopes. Highs both days mostly 40s. Lows tonight 20 to 35. West of Conlincntal Variable cloudiness today and Sunday. Scattered showers over mounlains today and over the area tonight and Sunday. Highs both days 35 to 45. Lows tonight 20s. TOWNE HOUSE HAIR STYLIST SALON QUALITY MEN'S HAIR SHAPING MEN'S HAIR PIECES 710 A 3rd Avenue Sooth NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY REG, OAU, CERTIFIED HAIR STYLIST Pliorm 328-1122 BALE CHOPPER Your CJiop-King it a belief buy them evc-i willi Gehl's ull- new bale chopper, Complimenls field 1o Icedlot mechaniza- tion wilh operator safefy, production line ipeed, long-life dependability, convenience of portability, more bales per hour efficiency. FAMOUS GEHl QUALITYi heavy-duty steel construction, mini- mum parts, shielded action, quick-switch versatility. Chops and mixes different grades of roughage, different sizes of bales for more milk, faster ond more economical feeder- cattle gains. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1111 Of'TICIAI, AS OF A.M TODAY COURTESY OF ASIA All In Ihe brldgc area arc generally in good driving condition. Highway I. Trans Canada Highway. Calgary to Banff, bare and in good condition. Ilanff lo (Joldou, good winter coudilion, walch for fallen rock, (loldcn lo Hevclslolte, good inliT coiidilion wilh condition some- slippery sections. Highway 2, Calgary lo Eel- moiiton, bare and in good con- dition. AclcqiialG snow tires or prop- erly fitted chains are manda- tory in Yoho, Koolenay, Gla-. cicr mill Mount Rcvclsloke Na- lioual Parks, tho Banff Jasper highway and ski access road.i in Banff and in Jasper Nation- al Parks. POUTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Contls 21 hours; Cm-way i) a.m. lo fi p.m.; Del Bonita 0 a.m. lo (I p.m.; Hoosovillc, B.C. (I a.m. lo (1 p.m., Kingsgalc, B.C., 21 hours; I'nrllull Uykcrls I! n in lo midnight; Chief Mountain closed; WildrHtil'f1, H n.m, lo ji.r ;