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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THt LETHBRIDGI HERALD lumclny, 3, 19751 Nixon, Gromyko agree N-arms race FROM AlMUtt'TEU WASHINGTON loyed. The treaty and the agreement were signed in Moscow last May. seven in race for north seat MCLENNAN Three' candidates representing t h e same movement were among seven candidates filing nomina- tion papers Monday for the Oct. 0 federal election in Peace Hiver constituency. There will be no political af- filiation shown on the ballot for Gertrude Bryan. Wayne Lovely and Michael Zuk, who call themselves candidates for the Revolutionary Political Move- ment. They will be joined by In- cumbent Conservative Gerald Baldwin, vvho won (lie seat in 1968 with a majority and was his party's house lead- er when parliament was dis- solved; Ed Kimpe for the Lib- erals; Jake Van Voorst, a New Democrat, and it late Social Credit entry, J. Donovan Ross, a former Alberta cabinet minis- ter. Both Mr. Zuk the move- ment's founcter and Mr. Lovely are United Church min- isters; Mr. Lovely at Valley- view and Mr. Zuk at Spirit River, where he also is the mayor. Mrs. Bryan is a retired teach- er. Mr. 7. u k unsuccessfully sought election lo Ihe Spiril River lown council in 1970 be- fore unseating veteran Mayor George Kosonan last October. Fie ran in Spirit River-Faii-view riding in the Wl provincial election, as an Independent af- ter being stripped of his Social Credit League membership. He lost to provincial NDP leader Grant Notley. B.C. pensioners get increase VICTORIA (CP) British Columbia will have an antici- surplus ol million for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1973, Premier Dave Barrett said Monday. The premier said the surplus was "taxes collected from the ordinary people of B.C. wliich has not been spent on Hie or- dinary people of B.C." "The money is there and the fact that the previous govern- IT'S WARM AGAIN Bright, worm weather returned to Toronto Monday afier a miserable weekend, much to ihe delighl of ihese 1wo youngsters. Edvvard Upton, 10, (rear) and David Anderson, 11, took advantage of the day to ride a cart on a boardwalk near the city's Woodbine Beacii. (CP Wfrephojo) KAWALA (Reuter) Presi- dent Ida Amin has told Zaire's President Mobutu Sese Seko liis tliree-month decline for the ex- nilsion of non-citizen Asians 'rom Uganda will not be changed. Radio Uganda quoted Amin Join strike WINNIPEG (CP) Elevator construction and maintenance men in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and northwestern Ontario went on strike Monday joining fellow workers in British Co- lumbia and all provinces east of Manitoba. The 110-member Local 102 ol the International Union" of Ele- vator Constructors are among the last members lo follow the lead of locals in southern On- tario who went out on .strike Sept. 7 to back up contract de- r.iands following the collapse of negotiations for a nation-wide, five-year agreement with mem- bers of the Canadian Electri- cal Manufacturers Association. Nov. o deadline to leave Expulsion of Asians stands as saying: "The three months' deadline for the expulsion of the non-citizen Asians still stands, and the sooner they leave Uganda the better tor Uganda and her citizens.11 The radio said he was briel- ing the Zaire leader on Controversial broadcasting proposals to be discussed EDMONTON (CP) Several controversial broadcasting pro- posals were high on (he agenda the Canadian Radio-Tele- vision Commission hearings opened here today. First on (he schedule were applications by Dinosaur Broadcasting (19571 Ltd., oper- ators of radio station CJDV in Druinheller, Alta., to set up AM radio stations in Calgary and Brooks, Alia. The Calgary application is opposed by Radio QR Ltd., op- erators of C11QR Calgary, while the Brooks application is in conflict with one iiy Monarch quency. Another Broadcasting Co. Ltd. of Medi- cine Hat foi' another Brooks ra- dio station using the same fre- contentious appli- cation is that of A. A. Murphy ar.d Sons L16., Saskatoon, and Central Broadcasting Co. Ltd. of Prince Albert to establish a satellite television station near Melfort, Sask. A. A. Murphy and Sons Ltd., owned by CFTO-TV in Toronto, operates television station CFQC in Saskatoon while Cen- tral operates CBKI television and raOio stations in Prince Al- bert. 130-year-old man claims lie's oldest person alive UNLIMITED! MORTGAGE MONEY LARGE CMHC PROJECTS amounts available to in excess of for Home Owner approved loans up to Other Loans -from for new or existing residences apartments hotels motels commercial and industrial acreages Second Mortgages from 3500.00 FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7lh Street South LETH BRIDGE BAKTOW, Fla. (AP) Charlie Smith stared warily at the microphone propped in front of him and began speaking into the tape re- corder. "T am the oldest person alive, no question of lie fftkl. "I have crossed the sandy desert and I knew Jesse James." Smith, who claims to be 130 j'cars old, was hcing inter- viewed by a representative of lhe Martin Luther King Cen- tre of Roston University. Tho cuntre has decided to record and photoganh Smith (or his Snow damage heavy (lo crops CALGARY (CP) Crop damage caused by .snow in the province last week could result in a loss of up to two grades, the Alherta Wheat Pool said IVfonday, In its regular report, the Wheat Pool said ahout '1M mil- lion acres of wheat, 1.8 million acre s of barley and 7M.OOO acres of raposced remained in the fields, nnthreshed. Yield estimates decreased only nominally as a result of the rtorm, lhat dumped up to eight inches in parts of the province last wcr-fc. cnifscd Iiy flic1 storm hris been cslimalccl at mil- lion in Alherta. Only in the Peace River nrea rind Ihe south central region of the province h a v rompted his visit. He said Jganda's economy w'as its own affair, and added: "There is no reason for me to come here mply to discuss Uganda's economy." Nonetheless, the Uganda gov- ernment has been at pains tiur- ng Mobutu's visit to demon- strate not only the justness of he expulsion program, but also Lie level of popular support the >olicy enjoys. Mobutu on arrival (hat j would ciiscuss the conflict >etween Uganda and Tanzania Allowing last month's invasion of Uganda. In Somalia, peace .alks between Tanzania and Uganda due to start today were delayed for another 24 hours as arrival of Ugandan Foreign Minister Wanume Kibedi was postponed. Reports from Kampala said that Kilxjdi would not be arriv- ing until later this week. car Board probes restrictions on fabrics OTTAWA (CP) The gov- ernment has asked the textile and clothing board to review restrictions that have been in effect on the importation of double-knit and warp-knit fab- rics. Ihe trade department said Tuesday. The board recommended last spring that imports from Ja- pan. Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan be temporarily re- stricted to levels not more than 7.5 per cent above 1971 imports. The restrictions run out Dec. 31 this year, nnd Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin said in a state- ment the board is being asked to review the situation lrat the earliest possible date." The board's report, dated March 17 and released today, found that the imported fabrics were seriously injuring Cana- dian production. It recom- mended that ttie restrictions be imposed for an initial period of one year, with possible con- tinuation for up to three years. The board said that in the long run. Canadian production of double-knit and warp-knil fabrics had good prospects ol becoming competitive with for- eign goods. mcnt didn't spend it is proof enough why it should have been In-own out of Ihe 42- year-old premier said after a cabinet meeting. "Tell me, why is It that the lensioncrs in (his province lave liad lo suffer while tho government played winks to get a Mr. [3arrett asked reporters. Eiirlicr, before the cabinet meeting, the premier said tho surplus was expected lo be million. He corrected the fig- ure afler the meeting saying :hat about million mora would be In the surplus. He said the mistake arose rom the fact that the cost to the province of the promised pension boosts about mil- lion been deducted from the total surplus of about million. The money left In the trea- sury by the former Social Credit government is about the same as in recent years. In 1971 it was million and in 1970 it was million. Mr. Barrett said the surplus estimate is a "very conserva- tive" figure and it would pay for the pension increases for nlxmt people and for education spending reforms an- nounced earlier. On the pension boost to a month, the premier said he hopes the first cheques will be received by pensioners before Christmas, Man charged with murder EDMONTON (Cm Fran- cis Harnelin, 29, of Edmonton has been charged non- capital murder in the death of Joseph Oliver Cardinal, 29, also of Edmonton. Police said Mr. Cardinal died follow ing a beverage room brawl in a downtown Edmon- ton hotel. Wealhcr and road report SUNRISE; WEDNESDAY SUNSET I.etlihridyc Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Kc-mcnton Grande Prairie Banff........ Calgary...... Victoria Penticton...... Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Saskatoon Regina....... Winnipeg...... Toronto Ottawa Montreal St. John's..... CharlcUetown L Pre 511 5! 40 36 41 .01 48 71 42 64 31 6! 41 62 51 67 (A 70 58 56 70 55 35 Frcdericton 53 37 Rome............fis 54 Paris........... 70 46 Ixradon M 52 Berlin........... 54 43 Amsterdam 55 41 Moscow......... 46 41 Stockholm ........54 41 Tokyo 71 61 FORECAST: LetliliridBc Medicine Hal Regions Tnday: Mostly sunny and coot. west 20 gusting 40 becoming light this afternoon. Highs in the 50s. Wednesday: Mostly sunny ami cool. Lows near 30; highs near 55. Calgai-y Kegions Today: Sunny and cool except for some early morning cloudi- ness. Winds Incoming north- west 20 gusting 35 by mid- morning. Highs near 50. Wed- nesday: Mostly sunny and cool. Lows near 23; highs near 50. Columbia Kootcnay Ted ay: Sunny except for patch- es of low cloud and fog some. valleys early this morning. Wednesday: Mainly sunny. Cool, Ifighs today and Wed- nesday 55 to 60. Lows tonight 30 lo 35. MONTANA Kast of Continental Divide Partly cloudy today and Wed- nesday. Warmer today but cooler with widely scattered Kluwers tonight and Wednes- day. Brief gusty winds north portion today. Highs today 65 (o 75. Lows tonight 35 to 45. Highs Wednesday 55 to 65. West of Continental Divide Partly cloudy today. Scattered showers tonight nnd Wednes- day. Cooler Wednesday. Highs today 60s. Ixnvs tonight 30s. Highs Wednesday 5.i to 65. No shoi'taee for Gagiardi VICTORIA TCP) Rehabili- tation Minister Norman Levi said Monday a check of his de- partment's files has revealed that his predecessor in the So- cial Credit administration, Phil Gaglardi. hart three government cars at his disposal. Mr. Levi reiterated for re- porters a statement he had made earlier in the day on a Vancouver radio open-lire pro- gram that Mr. Gagiardi had a car in Victoria, Vancouver and his hometown of Kamloops, Asked what he thought this practice. Mr. Levi said: "I think its horrible a minis- ter doesn't need three ca-s." Mr. GagiartlL, contacted later in Vancouver, denied that the cars were for his exclusive per- snnnl use. were never for my ex- cluMvn at any ho said. "They wcrii not allotcd to ma as He said the Txsvl accusation Wo have a full lino of KNIGHT AUGGiE CHooia from a variety of models to suit your naedi. Check wilh ui for n Deno of your Feed Lot. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE OI'TICIAl, AS OF A.M. TODAY COUUTKSV OF AMA Al! in lhe Loth- II i h w ay 3, Conslniction (.-islricl are bare nnd clry.slarfrxl 10 miles east of Fort I, Trans C a n a d aMacleod lo Fort Macleod. Highway, bare and dry. Logan Pass closed. POUTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Cmilt.s was an attempt to draw atlen- I 2'] hrmr.s; C'arwny 7 a.m. to ]0 p.m.: Del Bonila 9 a.m. (o fi p.m.; linn from Ms Uooscviile, U.C. 9 a.m. lo 5 p.m.: IJ.C.: 24 hour.s; i rli'M surras rflinbililafion I'orlhill Kykcrts 8 n.m lo midrnghf; Cliirf Moiinlain closed; I minister. 1 WiJdhorse, 8 A.m, 5 p.m. ;