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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THB U1HBR1DGE HERAID Monday, Oclobor 1, 1972 faces big party .5. 11 C_J BLACKPOOL. Knglancl {API party's nnmuil cnnvcr'ioii, __Thy opposition Liibor "the ITU of consensus polities is' bracctl for a swing to tlie left in over" and n future Lnbor [iciv- liome ;nul foreign policies today eminent must redistribute not divided leaders under j only tho country's vcallh but pressure to obey the majority also its power. decisions of their followers. Chairman Anthony wood Beiui, in opening the Traffic mishaps lly THK CANADIAN' PRK Five persons were killed in j tratlice accidents in Alberta nients to, and participation in the bloc until sweeping new terms had been negotiated. stance went far beyond an) thing former prime minister Harold Wilson would want. It would drastically limit Ms free- dom of action, On foreign policy ami dn- fence, (lie leaders accepted an- other proposal urging ''the dis- solution of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and tlie i pact" and tlie furma- i tion of a nuclear-free zone in j central Europe. 1 They also backed a call for i the removal of American air i and Polaris submarine bases from British soil. STAY IX NATO The party's national Corruption found in air industry SWEET SMELL Francine Lachance of Quebec City, right, smells a rose she snatched from Prime Minister Trudeau's coat during a campaign visit to Quebec Cily Saturday. (CP Wirephoto) Labor's leftward swing in for- Strike settled MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) of the 9o day strike by pilots of Northwest Airlines announced today by Hoy vice presi- dent of tlie airline. Krickson said priority in res- toration cf scIiixUik'd service will be given North Dakota. Montana and Winnipeg. Service is expected to be available to those areas within two days. Communists hope minority govt. live stopped short, however, of I EDMONTON fCPl Cana- dian Communists are hoping for n minority government, Jet Isaves runway SAN FRANCISCO (API A United Air Lines jet carrying M persons veered off the rumvay house (ire believed sta-ted by j Sunday when its landing gcar an overheated wood stove. j collapsed during an cmerpenny An infant. Linda 21? landing, fort-ing a two-hour air months, of St. Alhert. died in a traffic shutdown at San Fran- carriage at her ciseo International Airport, offi- home Saturday night. Police cials said. Nine of tho 92 pas- said it is believed tlie child suf-: sengers were treated for minor focatcd. injuries. aceepUnp a demand for Brit- ain's withdrawal from NATO although some members came out of their five hour session reporting that radical demand had narrowly been accepted. The party "s shift on ho me policy ran all (he way through a soak-the-rieh program for fu- ture aetion, submitted as a dis- cussion paper to tho convention by former chancellor of the ex- chequer James Callaghan. I Under the plarij a Labor gov- ermnent would introduce lax, to be levied an- mi ally, on nil citizens owning more. It would try to operate a vol- untary wage-restraint policy as a means of. baling inflation but would also take on powers to control prices, renls and land values. It would ex tend state own- crsliip cf, or part ideations in, key industries "including the do- S major ly leader William Kashtan said Saturday. Mr. Kushtan, here to meet party workers, said a substan-1 tipl bloc" is re- i quired to offset a growing right wing tev.d in Canada. i The trend was spearheaded !sv a coalition of Conservatives. Social Credit Que- hoc Separatists and right-wing Liberals. i He charged (hat tho Conser- vatives have recruited Claude j Wagner, whom he described as a right-wing Separatist, and Hellyer. a "right-wing Lib- in an attempt to move Canadian politics to the right. He said the New Democratic Party is somewhat less radical than Communists would like but is the least of three evils amoni> Canadian political part- to have 31 candidates nomin- ated for the Oct. 30 fed- eral election, four in Alberta, six in British Columbia, 13 in Ontario, three in Quebec, two Manitoba katchewan. and one m Sas aiming velopment of gas and oil rc- sources in the North Sea, pliar- It vould he possible he said, maceuticals, bants and insur-1 for a Communist government to ance companies, shipbuilding mate the Iransistion constitu- niul in the aerospace sector ofJ tionallv and in relative peace, military and civil aircraft. 1 The Communist Party expects MONDAY; OCT. 2 EDMONTON (CP) inessmen and professionals must become mo-re concerned with the social and humanitar- ian aspects rf their actions, Senator E. C. Manning, a form- er Social Credit premier of Al- berto, said Saturday. He toid (be annual convention of Quota International Inc., that businessmen who looked on so- ciety merely as a reservoir for their goods and services must take a different view. If those goups did not be- come more concerned with Hie social impact of their actions, i the government would, Humanitarian concerns out- weigh the importance of mat- erial progress, he said, and the p u b 1 i c expects tbe govern- j ment lo pass social legislation often contrary to the ideals of i businessmen, Delay hunt body of young cadet KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) The search for the body of a young officer cadet who drowned on an obstacle course competition was delayed tecause he was Irclievcd to have gone ing, the commandant of Hoya Military College said Sunday. Pronncial police divers re- covered the body of Anthon Bowie, 18, of Ajiligonish, N.S in Navy Bay Sunday, thre' days after he was rcportcc missing. Brig-Gen. W. K. Lye of the military college told a news conference Uial college officials notified police of the cartel's ab- sence Friday, when he failed to turn up after a 20-minute ob- stacle course. The, college commandant said pol'ce told lo watch local highways for the cadet, who was believed fo be hitch-hiking. He said that when police tailed to find the first-year ca- det, they decided to search the bay for his body. By ROB1CUT MNDSKV New York Times Service NEW YORK Federal in- vestigators arc uncover growing evidence of wide- prcad corruption in the air indusrty. Many of the world's major .irlines or at least Ihoir em- loyecs have been working Hh certain travel agents, ome of them financed by pco- ile known to he in organized Time, to violate, systematical- y, feforal laws regarding irices of airline tickets, the in say. To (ill their planes, airlines have been selling seals (o ravel agents and tour opera- ors at 1 ess-1ban-legal fares. ILLEGAL HATES Investigators say ihat it is impossible lo measure the full extent of the practice. Bui they e 1 i e v e that probably many .hotisands of persons during the peak summer season just end- ed flew on illegal rates. They say that efforts in recent weeks airlines and the civil aero- nautics board have resulted in significant reduclion in the activity, but that it is continu- In'.ervlews by the New York Times with federal officials, travel agents and travelers un- covered the following examples of how tho rules are broken: 'According to several travel agents, a major Ameri- can airline knowingly carried (his j-ummer at least 800 per- sons between Now York ami European special military dis- count fares (at more than S100 below the legal fares) when they were not legally eligible. Another major U.S. airline last winter and fall carried more than passengers at a New York-Europe round-trip rate of S1C8, or some S.250 less than the no-slrings-attachcd ba- sic economy fare it should have charged. Using in capital, that he said he had borrowed from Mafia loan sharks in Manhat- tan, a travel agent said thai lad more than seats from non-United. Slates trans- Atlantic airline at a discount of 35 per cent off the standard rale and then sold tlie tickets through a network of retail agents at an eventual discount lo passengers of 13 per cent. The lenders sought and re- ceived half of the profits. Several hundred people traveled between Kennedy In- ternational Airport and Europe this summer for less than under a scheme in which air- line employees at the airporl permitted them lo hoard planes without tickets in exchange for payments of to from crcoked travel agents. These passengers were car- ricd on the flights without be- ing legally named on the flight manifests and therefore would not have been identified nor insured if the aircraft had been involved in an acck'ent. Richard .1. O'Melia. director of the Civil Aeronautic Board's Bureau of Enforcement who is heading an investigation of the airline malpractices, said that he exixicted the filing of formal complaints against particinants in (lie illegal operations after a scries of closed hearings by his office. Ile said that the depart- ment of justice was parlicioat- ing in the government gation. Former MIA elected mayor KIMBEY. Alta. (CP> Nev- ille I'opev, former MLA for noka. has been elected mayor of nimbey. it was the second lime he held thf.t office, having served as mayor from 10G1-CG, fior to being elected Social Credit MLA in 1SG7. Mr. Roper. 50, an implement dealer, was the only one nomi- nated for the position vacated earlier this month by Dr. Frank Leboldus. i Mental health I systems rapped j (CP> MenLal Health systems in Canada are b a d 1 y co-ordinated, Walter i Coombs, executive director of the Canadian Mental Health As- i sedation, said Saturday. j Mr. Coombs toll about 150 delegates at the association's ann ual meet ing there is a was teful and in efficient rels- tionship between federal arid provincial levels responsible for Labor costs push food prices up (CP) The president of an million food processing operation said here focd prices will continue to in- crease as long as the cost of labor and rav; materials con- tinues to increase. David L. McDonald, president I of Nalley's Fine Foods, Inc., of Tacoma, Wash., said the United States' government's wage- price control program has slo'iV- down the rate of inflation. Rut he said one of the added pressures (o the situation is that unions are. going after "big fringe benefits" to compejisate for the loss of major wage in- creases. "We are a low profit indus- McDonald said in an in- terview. "How can we hold down food prices when the cost of labor, raw materials and tlie cost of containers is increasing and still live up to our obliga- tion to our Weather and road report SUNRISE TUESDAY 7-.31 SUNSET Lethbridgc Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie II G9 55 66 64 C! Banff......... 57 L Prc 38 31 37 .16 32 M 30 FORECAST Medicine II a t, Calgary regions Today: Sunny. Iliglis 65 lo 70. Tues- day: Mainly sunny. Strong v.hiiis and continuing mild. Lous near 40; highs in the mid COs. Columbia Konlcnay region TcKtoy: Sunny becoming cloudy in tlie Columhia district in the Calgary 66 35 afternoon TonigM: Kain de- Victoria Penticton Prince George Kamloops Vancouver 63 73 61 Saskatoon Regina 60 C7 67 Winnipeg........ 63 Toronto .......57 Ottawa 53 Montreal...... 52 S .03 Quebec St. John's Halifax Charlottetovn Fredericton Los Angeles Rome...... ALL ITEMS ON OUR (EXCLUDING CIGARETTES) FAST, FROPLY S research in mental health. "The co-ordination between voluntary and public services, betvrecn public and haspital- basefl health services, between NalieV's "faces an Paris educational and welfare far- ,s CCTt; increase in I I-owlou vices, is deplorable." fringe for its employ-1 Berlln ecs'in Canada and the U.S.! Amsterdam in 1973. (Moscow Mr. McDonald said food! Stockholm prices have not increased at as! Tokyo high a rate as most materials i and services that people pur- chase. He asked what value exists if a guidance clinic does a good job hut does ntit have a work- ing relationship with pcdiatnc, school and children's treatment services to prevent duplication. He said costs of health, edu- cation and welfare are bo- con'.ing big business hut ''we do not seem to apply useful big approaches to facili- tate gocd productive service." He recommended that a com- puterized information system for health, education and wcl- i fare services by maintained at a central site with at least one satellite centre in each prov- ince; that an independent body he established to evaluate vol- untary and governmental ser- vices: that legislation to cover mental health be incorporated creasing to a lew showers by morning. Gusty winds main valleys. Tuesday: Sunny with a few cloudy periods, A few showers in the east Kootenays. Highs today in 60s. Lows to- night as to 40. Highs Tuesday 55 to CO. MONTANA Kast of Continental Widely scattered showers and a few thunderstorms cast por- tion today. Partly cloudy west t o