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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBRIDGE KERAtU Friday, 8, Soviet arms meeting proposal to hit snag UMTMU NATIONS KT> mv ivpdri KMiivl Scri-c- lavy-lipiu't-Fil Kurl Waldlwim in- diealcs Hint the -Soviet Union run into renewed opposition l.nsl year's (General Assem- bly nillwul di.sscnl a rceommendalion that the secre- tary-general ask oil UN members (o give their views on this venr in ils push lor a world the Soviet proposal with sug- riisiifinaincnt conference. f.cslions on when and where Irish terrorists army post From Guerrillas Ihelr BELFAST K'l'i Drilish; bombing campaign in Northern Folr''crs shot an Irish cunman j Iveland dead during a battle loday (he Roman Catholic Falls Road area. An army spokesman said Iripli toiTijnMs bribed a bonil) at a military observation post which exploded. As troops (ought the blaze, snipers fired shells at them. One man was killed and at least five wounded Thursday nifilit when a 50-pound homb, hidden in a beer barrel. plrxled outside a bar in Proles' tant-dominalcd east Guerillas smuggled a GO- pound bomb through a thick cordon of troops around Lon- soldiers lired back and dondcrry's city centre lo blow one man Jell. Troops recovered i "P a Sarafie- his Biul his rifle. Tliere A 10-pound were no army casualties. The incident railsed the death loll in three years o( violence in Northern Ireland to 593. CIHISS HOHMr.ll Earlier, Protestant guerrillas of the I'lsler Defence Associ- ation claimed they sent a com- mando force across Ihc border bomb started a fire in a hotel in Strabane, 50 miles northwest of Belfast. Guerrillas knocked out at least two power installations with bombs late Thursday night lo block out the town of Omagh. 70 miles west of Bel- fast. Security forces feared more bombs had been planted ,n ill envy drinkers Irish Republican Army weap- on The raid Thursday night. Ihe drsl of il5 lype to be confirmed by Ihe paL-a-tllilitary organ- ization, was helicved to have been by an armed UDA party into the republic's County Mon- aghan. Several rifles Jind canis- IclCC llCill't HIS ters e[ explosives were re- ported lo have been taken from an arms dump used by the out- lawed Irish Republican Army. A UDA spokesman "Until the government of the republic takes a firm stand against the terrorists, who have been using its territory BOSTON Nat- ural resources policy in British lolumbiii will Ix! charged by Ihe New Democratic Tarty government. Premier Dave Barrett told delegates lo Ihe annual convention of the Inter- national Woodworkers o( Am- erica Thursday. "We wanl maximum use o[ what you are developing in this he said. "We want lo process the raw materials here in B.C." TOUGH BARGAINING There will be tough bargain- ing ahead for those who want B.C.'s natural resoiuccs, the premier said "We will say Lo the U.S., (he Japanese and British: 'We wanl lo do business, bill not at har- ;ain bascmcnl piiccj on their .erms.' His government act with restraint, and knowing "re- sources won't go rotten in the if B.C. "can't come tip with anything better then it mighl ba totter to leave them in Ihe ground until a generation es along with more scnso than there has been shown up to Premier Darrett said. "We can't (ell the rest of North America what lo do in terms of selling restraint, but we can set an example here and say to the rest of North America, 'stop we want lo get off.' The boom era is going to end in the west the last place it existed in full flower." Prayer for all failhs uggested for schools IT'S ON THE HOUSE, BOYSI Margaret serves conslruclion workers with free lunchej at holel propject near Taranlo International Airporl The hotel management arranged the free lunches to recognize the worker's contribution lo t h e project. The hotel is scheduled to open in January. (CP Wirephoto) Mobile home owners plan protest on land availability Distilled, Blended and Dollied in Scotland by White Horse Distillers Ltd Scotland FORT McMURRAY (CP) Owners of mobile homes in Ibis northeastern Alberta commu- nity are threatening lo pull their homes into the town's streets to protest land specula- lion thai has resulted in a lack of available building land. The mobile homeowners are ready to "block the damn town out if something isn't done Ken Noble, a spokes- man (or the homeowners, said Thursday. Mr. Noble said mobile home- owners in the community of 500 are forced lo live in crowd- ed conditions because available housing land has been lied up by speculators. Residenls say speculators have lied up land in anlicipa- tion of a building boom expect- ed if Syncrude Canada Ltd, lo- cates an oil extraction plant here. Charles Knight, chairman of the administrative board, says some landowners do not develop their lols and spot trail- ers on Ihc land. The owners pay low taxes and collect revenue. "They're sitting prelly." "There are no lols to buy. sold lols last summer for thai are back in my hands for said a house which TORONTO (CP) Educa- ion Minister Thomas Wells says the regulation requiring a scrinture reading and pray- ers in schools each day should he followed. He proposed an ecumenical prayer acceptable to all used. He sug- gested il might lake Ihe form of a moment of silence each day. Mr. Wells said Thursday that sonic prayers aro unsuit- able for Jewish students and other religious minorities. T li c regulation on school prayer and Bible reading was implemented by Hie Progres- sive Conservative govern- ment of George in 1D-J4. It called for two religion classes a week and while thai still is on the hocks, most schools have cancelled the classes. Rev. Leslie K, Tarr, a Bap- tist, said he was sorry lo hear about Mr. Wells's pro- posal. "Even n silent a retrograde he said. "I'm opposed to religion in schools. "I taught in Manitoba and relicton in the schools there just didn't have any sub- sin nee." Dr. A. TJ. E. Moore, Tnodcr- alor of Ihc United Church of Canada, said ''prayer should be voluntary." "Silent prayer has meaning for those who believe in prayer and know how to use it, but for others U's jusl n moment of silence anrt noth- ing else." CENTRE Two weeks ago. North York's educalion cctitre sent a note to principals remind- ing them it is against Ihc law for schools lo go through n day without reading from the Bible and recital of prayer. Interviews with some of Ihe principals showed the result of the reminder has been spo- radic revival of morning me- dilation. Mr. Knight said "it's a damn- ed nice community, but we've been stymied by our growth." Much of the land was orig- inally purchased by Alhabusca Realty Co. Ltd., a subsidiary ol I in Edmonton at sells in Great Canadian Oil Sands, to Fort McMurray for provide houses, apartments and Mr. Curry said he recenlly trailer parks for the 1.100 em- sold 2.12 acres of serviced light industry land lor S2M.COO. A possible solulion lo problem is subdivision Weather and road report ployees of the oil sands com- pany. Rent for a row house runs up lo 5200 a month, while three- bedroom apartments are going for as much as An executive wilh a firm which hires about 200 people said bis turnover rate of em- ployees during the last year was "50 to 60 per cent." "About 'JO per cent of them lett because there was no place for them to he said. "The men come up to work, but leave because they can't bring their families in." James Cum', who owns a real cslole company, said the demand for land is so great it [s impossible to keep prices down. LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE PROUDLY PRESENTS THE FAMOUS BROADWAY ACTRESS-SINGER MARION MARLOWE Starring as in MAN of LA MANCHA Co-starring DICK MELLS as 'DON QUIXOTE' and FULL SUPPORTING CAST NOVEMBER 10th to 25th at YATES CENTRE Choreography. MURIEL JOI.IFFE Orchestra, JERRY POKARNEY Vocal, ELLYN MELLS BOX OFFICE OPENS 10 A.M. WED., OCT. 11 at YATES Phone 327-7055 NOTE: Sunday but no Monday performances Tickets S3.50 Students (under 18) night Nov. 9th THIS IS A MATURE AUDIENCE SHOW CUP AND MAIl "MAN OF LA MANCHA" BOX 811, IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PIEASE RESERVE AND THE FOUOWING TICKETS. fUie box for number of Pickets and circle dale you wfih lo alMnd and Pleeiit eit monry ordnr. November: 10 1 14 22 Nome Address IT 17 23 13 24 H 19 25 15 21 Phono Seek hoy the proposal for a about miles from the town on acres of land annexed by the town. How- ever, approval for the project has not yet been received from Lhe provincial government. The provincial planning board has approved an outline of the general plan drav.n up by Stanley and Associates Engi- neering Ltd. The lown has agreed lo Alberla Housing Corp. acting as ils agent to de- velop hou-sing and mobile borne trailer parks on 1.100 acres of the land. Mobile homeowners spokeS' man Noble says some trailer courts arc charging as much as S500 in entrance fees. In some of the courts, propane tanks sit against the trailers. L'If one of those trailers caughl fire, the whole works could says Mr. Noble. Wliert! there is no land lo a trailer, pcrsoiw live in lent trailers or mobile homes on campgrounds. SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET 11 I, Prc .i! 58 56 55 50 52 54 GO Pinchcr Creek Medicine Hal Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff Calgary Victoria........ Pcntifloii Prince George Kamloops...... Vancouver Saskatoon Regina Winnipeg...... Toronto Ottawa Montreal St. John's...... Halifax Charlollelown Fredericlon Rome 'il Paris........... 68 Ixmdon..........M .11 57 56 55 50 51 EG 68 71 45 C2 G3 G4 ISTANBUL. Turkey (Renter) Timnthy Davey. Mir 15-year- old British boy jailed on drugs charges, is missing from a re- formatory school in Ankara, British consulate officials re- ported today. The officials said Davey [ailed lo report for roll call at Ihe school Ihis morning. Davey was arrested in Au- gust. 1971. on charges of con- spiring to sell 57 pounds ol 1 WASHINGTON 'AP) The hashish and was sentenced to Federal Trade Commission has six years and three months in mkd lhat. Firestone Tire nnd Berlin Amsterdam Moscow Sloc'Vholm Tokyo 37 32 38 2S 37 33 35 38 36 50 52 50 43 45 50 55 36 FORECAST: l.ctbbriilgc Medicine Tlal- Calgarr Regions Today and Saturday: Sunny. Winds westerly 13 to 20 with gusts lo 30 mill 10 near the moun- tains. Iliglis today near 65- tonight in the mid-105. Iliglis on Saturday near GO. Columbia Kootcnay Today and Saturday: Cloudy periods in the northern Cokun- hia area otherwise sunny. Highs both days 50 to 5.1 except neilv 60 in the >vesl Kootenays. Lows tonight 30 to 35 except near 25 in the cast Koolcnay area. MONTANA East ot Continental Sunny and warmer today. Southwesterly winds 15 25 along east slopes Rockies. Sat- urday partly cloudy with little change in temperature. Highs today 60 to 7U. Ixjws tonight 25 to 35 except 40s along cast slopes Rockies. Highs Satur- day 55 Lo Gl north G5 Lo 75 south portion. West of Continental Sunny and warmer tod ay- Partly cloudy Saturday with little cliange in lemperature Highs loday and Saturday mostly 60s. Lous tonight in 20s. lire company ad hall ordered jail in March. In August, he, was mnverl from prison in Istanbul In Tur- key's mm', mofle-rr reformatory school in Ankara. His mother, Jill Davey, sml five brothers and sisters, who slaved in Istanbul after Ihc court case, moved In Ankara lasl week so lhat Ihcy could be closer lo him. The boy was on an overland Irip home Irom India wilh his family when he was arrested. Co, fnlscly advertised its Wide Oval lircs and ordered the nii.'-reprrsenlalinns hal'.cd, it was arm'iiiriced Tim FTC fai'l tin Akron, Ohio, company has made un- warranted claims that, ils Wide Oval tire; stop K per cent quicker, and also deceptively advertised lhal ils tires are free from defects and safe un- der all conditions. A majority of the rcgulalory agency's memlwrs voled At tlic court hearing he admit- i against requiring Firestone to trying to sell the hashish. run corrective advertisements. GOOD NEWS OCT. 8 THROUGH 15 AT CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720 21 Ave. S. Spegker: HOMER HAILEY, Vitc-Prcs. of Florida College, Tampa, Florida Times: 10 a.m. and 6 p m. Mon. at p.m. COME HCAR THE G1AD TIDINGS EVE.1YONE WEUOME Your quclliom invitftd 378.0972 ONE ONLY USED Ml 35 SCRAPER Holds 6.5 yds. heaped wil'n double hy- draulic on apron and bucket. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coulli Highwny Phone 32S-1M1 AS OF A.M. TODAY COUrtTKSY OF ASIA All highways in (lie Leth- bridge tiislrict arc bare and dry. Ilipjnvay 1, Tr.ins Canada Highway, hare and dry. Highway 3, Construction started 10 miles cast of Fort Maclcod to Fort Maclewl. Logan Pass closed. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coulls 21 hours; Carway 7 a.m. lo in p.m.; Del Ilonita 0 .1.111. to 6 p.m.; Roo.stvdle, B.C. 9 a.m. to G p.m.; Kingsgalc, B.C.; 24 hours; IPnrlhill ItvkcrLs H a m In midnight; Chief Mountain closed; ]Wildhnrse, R a.m. to 5 p.m. ;