Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, October 1, 1971 'Super group' hit by Hellyer TORONTO (CP) After a fighting speech by Paul Hellyer, Action Canada delegates today begin planking in platform which, Uiey hope, will unify some existing political parties and bring on a new opposition to the federal Liberals. This is one of the prime tasks of Action Canada, a political "movement" bosun five months ago after Mr. Hellyer quit the Liberal government to organize this "vehicle of ideas" in pro- test against existing policies. Action Canada now has some 4.800 figures revealed for the first lime Friday-and Mr. Hellyer told ecrne 300 first-day delegates their job is to convince the cyn- ics "that we are serious." In a broadside attack on his old party, he said Prime Minis- ter Trudcau and a "super- group" exercise near absolute power, that the government's tight-money fight against infla- tion was "the ultimate in bad and the cabinet should be trimmed by 50 per cent. The speech by the former Lib- eral leadership candidate and one-time cabinet minister was the highlight of the convention's first day, and he clearly set a Walkout may hit bakeries CALGARY (CP) Workers it Standard Brands Ltd. have voted to go on strike as early as Oct. 6 and a walkout could affect bakery production in Western Canada. Standard Brands is one o! tie largest yeast producers in the west. The 36 employees are seek- ing a pay increase ot 75 cents an hour, a 32 hour work week, double time for Sundays and improved holiday benefits They now earn between and S3.80 an hour with a 40- hour week. target of alignment with other political parties. Mr. Ilellyer has made no se- cret of the fact he would like to see Action Canada bring in Co" servalive and Social Credit members to form a new opposi- ion parly. PURPOSE TO UNITE 'Our purpose is not to divide but to he I old his follow- Friday. "We do not wish to become another splinter but we do want to participate in a political realignment that will give tire Canadian people a clear, responsible and credible alternative to the present gov- ernment." The Conservative, and Social Credit parties were invited to send observers, an invitation that was not extended to the Liberals or New Democrats. Bert Leboe, a former Social Credit MP from Cariboo, saic there were "quite a number" o! Social Credit supporters at the convention. The convention has no bands or decorations, no mini-skirtec cheer leaders, and little if any dashing from hospitality suite to hospitality suite. Tire delegates, mostly serious range from long-haired teen-a- gers to elderly couples. Until Friday, no one outside Action Canada's Ottawa head quarters knew the strength o the organization, and a cheer went up from the delegates when K. D. Armour, the move- ment's executive director, an- nounced that persons had joined by Sept. 15. Settlement near in truck strike BABY FOUND Toronto j police said the body of 17- TORONTO (CP) Negotia- i month oM Callum Campbell lions aimed at averting a possi-! was fonnd dead Friday after Rancher's road rift taken to court ble strike by southern On- tario truckers continued today, with a spokesman for the truck- ing industry indicating a settle- ment was near. being abdnrtpd from his car- riage outside a shopping cen- tre. Police said the body was found behind the Shopping centre in a garbage truck. Time for class preparation issue in upcoming vote BOBBY HULL TALKS TO BOY Man-to-man chat with Bobby Hull thrills five-year- old Erik Hobbs at Vancouver's Pacific Coliseum. Chicago Black Hawks star stopped be- fore the game with the Vancouver Canucks to cheer up boy who expects to wear brace another two years to correct hip ailment. Ths Black Hawks won the exhibition game by a score of ieep RED DEER iCP) Some teachers in central Alber- p ta will vote next Thursday and i day. EDMONTON (CP) If the ultimate cost of restoring the Athabasca delta requires mil- lions of dollars, British Colum- bia should help pay for it, En- vironment Minister Bill Yurko of Alberta said Friday. The damming of a strategic channel at the delta is only a temporary measure to restore water levels said to have been affected by the W. A. C. Ben- nett Dam upstream in British Columbia, the minister said in an interview. If more permanent solutions costs a lot, then B.C. should pay its share, he said. Federal environment minis- ter Jack Davis announced i Thursday his government will It was the Bennett Dam, Mr. Davis said, that caused the del- ta's water table to drop dras- tically, endangering wildlife populations in the area. B.C. recreation minister Ken ges Kieman replied to Mr. Davi by saying that the matter o who should pay is before th courts and that the federa minister should not be makin statements on the issue. accuses political party REGINA (CP) Roy Ames, one of four Saskatchewan farm- ers who have started legal ac- tion against Finance Minister Edgar Benson, said Friday the New Democratic Party insti- gated the action. of central Alberta are sched-1 pay to build a dam at: farmers filed an applica- uled to resume next Wednes- j the delta, adding that B.C. I tjon ;n federal court Wednesday, Friday on whether they will go on strike to demand more time About students would be affected if the teachers go delta. power consumers should help j seeking fo force Mr. Benson and pay for the restoration of the i ule federal government to make for class preparation, the Al- or. strike, berta Teachers Association an- The teachers are employed nounced Friday. in the counties of Red Deer, Mediation talks in the con-j Lacombe, Wetaskiwin, Stettler tract dispute between the'and in the school districts of teachers and the Battle River Rocky Mountain House and School Authorities Association i Camrose; and Stettler. FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME IN SPARE TIME Operate on eye BONN (AP) President Gus- tav Heinemann of West Ger- many underwent an operation here to repair the torn retina of his left eye, a presidential j spokesman announced. He said the operation was performed in i an Essen clinic by a Swiss-Ger- i man medical team. payments to the Canadian wheat board under the Wheat Reserves Act. The long-deferred amount has been estimated at between and million. The application, supported by Saskatchewan's NDP Attorney- General Roy Rbmanow, will be heard Wednesday. The federal government has made no payment under the act since July, 1970, insisting that any payments due would be in- cluded in the million prom- If you ore 17 or over and have dropped out of school, write for FREE IESSONS and FRiE booklet tells howl THE FASTEST AND MOST CONVENIENT WAY TO GET A HIGH SCHOOl DIPLOMA. Prepare to write B.C. Dept. or Education or College Entrance Examinations. For free book "How lo finish High School at Home" NAME Age------ ADDRESS PHONE NATIONAL COLLEGE CANADIAN 424 6th Ave. S.E. 269-8322 SCHOOL CALGARY Quebec Provincial Police Breach overtime agreement i MONTREAL (CP) A settle- B! ment was reached today be- tween Quebec Provincial Pob'ce j and the Quebec government after a marathon 40 hours of NOTICE TO ALL NON-PROFIT GROUPS THAT HAVE BEEN MAKING USE OF THE FRiE ROTHMAN'S CALENDAR OF COMING EVENTS PUBLISHED IN THE LETHBRIDGE H ERALD EACH SATURDAY, PAGE J THIS SERVICE, A COURTESY OF ROTHMAN'S, HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY WITHDRAWN PLEASE WATCH FOR FORTHCOMING ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE RESUMPTION OF THIS WEEKLY FEATURE. talks, a spokesman for Quebec Labor Minister Jean Cournoy- er's office said. The dispute over overtime worked during last October's political kidnap crisis led to a 3fi-hour study session by the QPP last Sunday. The men agreed to return to work when Mr. Coumoyer was appointed mediator in the dispute. A settlement was readied at 9 a.m. today after all-night ne- gotiations talks, the spokesman said. No details on the settlement were available. farmers under the Prairi grains income stabilization bi now before Parliament. Mr. Ames of Milestone, sai in an interview he was a] proached two or three days ag by Les Benjamin, NDP membe of Parliament for Regina-Lak centre. ASKED TO SIGN He said Mr. Benjamin askec him to sign the writ applicatioi The oilier signatories are Wi liam Surdia of Assiniboia, Clar ence Lucas of Mazenod an James Bradley of Milestone. Mr. Ronianow said he su] ported the farmers to give the: "standing in court." "We're acting as individuals but it's through the efforts of tl NDP that we're Mr Ames said. "We've been going backward for the last four years and want a better deal from th government." Mr. Ames, 59, said tile foi are financing tho action bu they hoped to receive financir aid but declined to name th prospective source of the aid. Mr. Ames said all four farm er.s arc members of the NDP. PRIDDIS (CP) A dispute between two ranchers over use of a private road moved to- wards settlement during the last week when the Municipal District of Foolliills took the matter to Alberta Supreme Court. Mr. Justice W. J, C. Kirby granted an injunction allowing municipal surveyors onto the land of rancher Cedric Hopper to survey the road "in con- templation of a possible ex- propriation." The road is the only route into the farmstead of rancher Wilbur Lancaster, 76, and the 63-year-old Mr. Hopper closed the gate on it too months ago. Mr. Hopper has refused to Bird dies at 53 FREDERICTON (CP) Wai- ace S. Bird, lieutenant-gover- or of New Brunswick for the ast three years, died in hospita ere early today at the age o; 3. Mr. Bird, appointed to the wst in 1968 during the term ol ormer Liberal premier Louis J. tobichaud, was taken to hospi- il Wednesday with internal leeding. He was operated on earl; "hursday morning and placc< n an intensive care unit, but Friday hospital officials re- ported his condition was deterio- ating. When he was appointed in 968 as the youngest lieutenant overnor in the province's his xiry, Mr. Bird conceded that al bough he was widely known ir rasiness circles he was a stran ;er to most New Brunswickers But after his appointment rtr. Bird began divesting bin self of business interests, incluc ing chairmanship of New Brims wick Development Corp., Crown agency. Mr. Bird was born in Marys viile, N.B., and joined the bus iless field during the Secon World War with his father, superintendent employed b Canada Construction Co. He moved to the heavy m: chinery firm of Mussens Canad Ltd. in 1946 as Maritime res dent salesman. He became e ecutive vice-president of th company in 1959. He was also New vice-president of the Canadia Chamber of Commerce an joined the Atlantic Province Economic Council and the Car ada-U.S. Committee on EC nomic Relations. The lieutenant-governor livi in Fredericton, but maintain! a 600-acre country farm that ir eluded a certified tree farm, pheasant sanctuary and tho oughbred riding horses. Camrose girl killed in head-on crash EDMONTON (CP) Da' Ferguson of Camrose v killed and seven oUier pe sons injured in a head-on col sion between a car and a ha' ton van early today. RCMP said the dead tee ager was a passenger in (J can, which was from Sask toon. It was carrying eig young people. In critical condition James Balfour of Saskatoo and Valerie 18, Boyle, Alta. Miss Wolanski w a passenger in the car, whi was driven by William Shyria 20, of Edmonton. He is in goc condition in hospital. Also in gnxi condition in ho, pital are: Robert Stalwick, 2 Daniel Stalwick, 18, Kirk Ha: mill, 18, and David Tosh, 17, of Saskatoon. Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7 Order of the Eastern Star will bold (heir 60th Annlverjary Friendship TEA and BAZAAR Saturday, October 9th in the Southminster Church Hall llth St. S. from 2 to S p.m. the property over which e road goes unless the mu- dpality also purchased the 80 acres of land which the road cuts from the rest of his prop- erty. Wild rumors' ay Mao is out TOKYO (AP) Peking said day Mao Tse-tinig has re- jvcd a collection of messages om foreign heads of state con- atulating him on China's 22nd ational day anniversary but no lention was made the Com- unist party chief's activities. This heightened speculation rer the 77-year-old leader's ealth and the possibility of a lolitical power smuggle. However, a Chinese Commun- 1 newspaper denounced such leculation as "ridiculous wild umors." 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Moderate southerly winds in the main valleys this afternoon. Sunday: Mostly cloudy. Highs today, 55 to 60; lows tonight, 35 to 40. Don't Miss The Bargains During Our FALL HARVEST SALE One Example IRRIGATION STOCK REDUCTION FOR ALL YOUR HAY AND GRASSLAND IRRIGATING IT'S A WESTERN GRASSHOPPER MOVER mile 4" roll ateral complete with 5' double hub and wheels. Regular 2510.00. 917llflfl HARVEST SPECIAL w.UU Order your irrigation tyitem now Enquire about early delivery plan deliver now and pay your bank in- terest charges. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY IETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-3163 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAV COURTESY OF AMA All highways in the Lclh-1 dry nnd in good driving condl- bridge District arc bare PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening nnd Closing Coults 24 hours; Carwny 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. MST; Del Boniln fi n.m. to 5 Roosevillc, B.C. 8 a.m. to 'fl p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., 24 hours; Porthll! Rykcrts (1 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain closed. Wtldhorsc, 7 n.m. to 8 p.m. Logan Pass open 24 hours daily.