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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta B _ mitBRIDGE Saturday, October T, Air industry off the beam JASPER (CD Industry Minister Fred I'oncook said Friday the "topsy-like" growl h of the air industry within pro- vincial boundaries has received only casual attention from the federal povemmenl. uncertainty ami misunderstanding have dis- couraged the orderly develop- ment of air transportation in Canada." He told the annual convention of the Alberta Aviation Council that Alberta cannot afford to accept federal policies that "fail to recognize the particular needs of our people." He said about a year ago Premier Peter Louglieed as- signed to lus department the re- sponsibility for the transporta- tion industry. "I was requested to identify the problem areas: Tlie growth potential and to ensure that federal policies enhance the de- velopment of this industry 1 n Alberta." As a result, he said, he soon vill submit to tlie provincial cabinet a transportation re- search and development pro- gram. "Our air transportation policy must incorporate an assurance that an adequate level of ser- vice will be provided to meet the requirements of both urban and rural Albertans. "To accomplish this we must commit ourselves to market, studies, an assessment of pres- ent facilities, a development program, capital expenditures, and resolve our inter-relation with the federal authority." The development plan must gauge the present and projected population trends, he said, so that "we will be prepared to provide transportation for peo- ple and merclianirise from a network of fields within the province." "We must, of course, give spe- cial consideration lo the re- quirements peculiar lo our re- source development A fundamental guideline of the policy "is our rietcrmirm tiou to support Alberta-based carriers in providing passenger and air freight service within the province." 'We know from experience that any company that venture' into tlie commercial field mus assume a substantial capita investment risk unless it i: granted an exclusive and pro- tected route schedule from the federal Air Transport Commit- tee. "It is worth noting (hat no Alberta carrier enjoys such a privilege, and has in fact been discouraged by Ottawa from competing with 'out-of-province' carriers." Support for these carriers must include route development and improved terminal and air- field facilities. "We arc not satisfied with the ATC method of granting li- cences and question its entire rationale in awarding routes in Alberta. "In the event that tlie federal authorities are not prepared to either consult with us, or ac- cept our governments' rec- ommendations on allocation of routes entirely our prov- ince, we are prepared to assert our right to regulate all provin- cial air carriers." THANKSGIVING Ten year old Bobby Leulkons uiio was in a coma [or two months after being hit by a car livo years ago, and lii mother Mrs. Ilert Leufken of Toronto, have n lot to In thankful for this year. Doc lors feared during Bobby' period of coma thai even i he, did regain consciousness Ito would never walk or tal again. All H obby says i s "It's groat to be alive. (CP Wirepholo) PM NOT POPULAR "Fuddle Oucidle Trudeau, not unemployed workers" is Ihe message from non-union longshoremen. They haven't had much work since an August strike shul down the port. These men don'l qualify for benefits, says Ihe UIC. _______ Wasps Issue warning Vrom BELFAST (CP> Northern Ireland's hardline Protestant vigilantes will intensify their commando raids against guer- rilla bases in the Irish republic and may bomb government buildings there unless the Dub- lin government stamps out the terrorists, vigilante leader: warned Friday night- Sources reported the Ulster Defence Association issued the Michou hanked again OTTAWA (CP) More than 00 Allied airman shot down be- ind enemy lines during the econd World War escaped ately to Britain tlianks to Sichou. Thursday, the Canadian gov- ernment thanked Michou, a pe- ite Belgium woman who led an escape organization in Belgium during 1944. Madame Pierre Ugeux was one of 54 members of 12 French and Belgian resist- ance organizations so honored n ceremonies at Canadian ?crces Base Rockcliffe. "Courage such as theirs is in- dispensable to the enduring peace of the said Vet erans Affairs Minister Arthur Laing, who represented the government. Madame Ugeux said in an In- terview "It is more important for us to say thanks to tlie Canadians for the liberation of our coun try." Raymond LaBrosse of Ot taw a, who also led a resistanc organization, described Ma dame Ugeux as "one of th most courageous and dynami helpers." Under the code name Michou she assumed leadership of th Belgian "Comet line" after he alher had been executed an another leader arrested, h said. She was later awarded th Jeorge Medal by King Gcorg VI for her bravery. School boy prisoner nabbed at last moment by Turks ANKARA, Turkey (Router) British school boy Timothy Davey was back in custody to- day after a dramatic attempt to escape from a Turkish refor- matory to neighboring Syria. The 15-year-old youth appar- ently walked out of the Kalaua ormalcrv in Ankara and avclted 570 miles by air, bus d taxi to within sight of the ountainous Syrian border. Although disguised in a Oman's wig, lie was spoiled a customs official at a bor- r post, WEEKEND SPECIAL In EFFECT SAT. and SUN. only Featuring this weekend A justice ministry spokesman confirmed that Davey would spend the rest of his sentence in jail and not at the refor- matory. Kalaha, which prides itself on n liberal approach to penal reform, has no guards or fences. lie was being helrt at An- takya, capital of Turkey's southeastern Malay province, while detectives tried to piece together details of the plan that bvought him 12 hours of free- dom. Davey, serving a six-year, Soccer results warning after claiming mando squad raidert Republican Army a....... the town of Rcdhills across the frontier Thursday night. The UDA, a militant citizens' army which boasts it can field about men, said it was the fifth raid against IRA bases in the republic in the last six the ultra-Protestant A W Has Always Featured High Quality Fast Service lYoto We Also Feature 'NEW LOW PRICES' "SAME QUALITY-NEW PORTIONS" HAPPY BURGER weeks. But as movement made its dis- closures, armed detectives of the republic's special branch, which handles political of- fences, swooped on the Dublin headquarters of Sinn Fein, the political arm of the IRA's die- hard Provisional wing. i They arrested Sinn Fein sec i retary Walter Lynch and seized i 1 boxes of documents. Another squad hit a Dublin office pur- ported to have been used by 1 Provisional IRA sympathizers. I STEP UP PATROLS The British army stepped up patrols and tightened security on the borcter. The UDA's claims came amid a menacing surge of Prot- Fish o to Quebec aquarium QUEBEC (CP) The Cal- gary aquarium, which is clos- ing down after 60 years, do- nated its entire stock of 192 fish to the Quebec City aquarium Friday. n an Irish The" official ceremony was at- armorv in taided by Hod Sykes, mayor ot armory m Calgary. claude Que. jec minister of tourism, fish and game; and Gilles Lamoa- agne, Quebec City mayor. The 30 species of fish vary in oize from two inches to four feet. About half come from Oie Pacific coast. The more exotic animals In- clude an alligator, a nurse shark and a giant sea toad. 'Wage freeze1 clamped oil 800 tradesmen EDMONTON (CP) Repre- sentatives of 800 tradesmen in the Alberta department of pub- lic works are "quite disturbed" about the government's de- cision to reclassify them, Bill Broad, president of the CM! Service Association of Alberta said Friday. Mr. Broad said following a ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I irmingham 2 Chelsea 2 rystal P 0 Coventry 1 pswich 1 West Ham 1 5 Derby 0 eicestcr 1 Southampton 0 iverpool 1 Evertou 0 Ian City I Wolverhamplon 1 Newcastle 3 Norwich 1 heffield U 1 Arsenal 0 Tottenham 4 Stoke 3 Vest Brom 2 Man United 2 Division II Brighton 1 Hull L Burnley 2 Swindon 1 Fulham 2 Aston Villa 0 Luton 2 Blackpool 2 Middlesbrough 1 Millwall 0 F 1 Huddersfield 1 Orient 0 Cardiff 0 Oxford 5 Sunderland 1 Portsmouth 0 Bristol C 3 Preston 1 Sheffield W 1 Queen's PR 4 Carlisle 0 Division II! Bournemouth 1 Tranmere Bristol E 1 York 2 Cbarlton 3 Plymouth 0 Chesterfield 3 Rotherham 2 Halifax 0 Notts C 1 Port Vale 0 Oldham 1 Rochdale 1 Watford 0 Scunthorpe 1 Brentford 0 Swansea 6 Grimsby 2 Walsall 3 Bolton 2 Wrexham 0 Blackburn 0 Division IV Barnsley 3 Peterborough 2 3ury 1 Darlington 0 Cambridge 2 Bradford I Crewe 1 Exeter 0 Hereford 0 Hartlepool 0 lincoln 8 Colchester 2 Mansfield 3 Southport 3 Newport 2 Aldershot 1 Reading 0 Stockport 0 Torquay 0 Gillingham 0 Workington 3 Chester 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Arbroath 3 Kilmaniock 3 Ayr 2 Partick 1 Celtic 1 Airdrie t Dundee 1 Hibernian 0 ?alkirk 3 East Fife -1 hearts 2 Aberdeen 1 Mothenvell 1 Dundee U 1 Rangers 1 Morton 1 St. Johnston 0 Dumbarton 2 Division II Albion 1 (Jueen of S 2 Alloa 0 Monlrose 2 Berwick 3 Hamilton 0 Brechin 2 E Stirling 0 Clydebank 4 Forfar 1 Dunfermline 1 Clyde 2 Raith 1 Stirling 1 St. Mirren 6 Cowdenbeath 3 Stram-aer 2 Stenhousemuir 0 irec-mouth sentence at Kalaba or trafficking in drugs, was ex- ectcd lo appear in court at Vnlakya charged with possess- ng a forged passport. Police said they were in- whether Davcy's mother, Jill Davey, had playw any part in Ihc escape. They reported Mrs. Davey and hei other cluldren had crossed into Syria earlier in the day. With Davey, when he was re- captured at the Cilvegozu bor- der post, was a West German, floK Hermann. Hermann, a friend of Davey's mother, was said to have told police that he picked Davey up as a hitch-hiker. Police said they found three airline tickets from Ankara to Adana and a forged passport in Davcy's possession. The provincial governor said Davey would be taken back to the Turkish capital to face an- other charge of escaping jail. If found guilty of these charges, a court could add up to two years, eight months to his sentence. In Gloucester, England, Da- vey's falher said that if any ex- tra sentence is imposed on his son, "it ought to be served by the peopla who helped him es- cape." Robert Baker, divorced from Timothy's mother in 1963, last saw his son eight years ago. Tiasco' denied by PM By THE CANADIAN PRESS IX'bale on tlie unemployment insurance plan licated up Ilia election irsil Friday, with Con- 4 r v a t i v e leader Robert .infield using Ihc words "dis- aster" and "fiasco" and llinister Trudeau insisting that here is no scandal. The minister said in Ottawa Jhal the ftxlcral treasury !s ex- icctcd to put between mil- lion and million into scheme this year to pay for unemployment insurance bene- fits not covered by employer- employee premiums. Meteor shower awaited Merger talks on FP prinliug are under way estant militancy in Ulster in which vigilantes have lieen blamed for a rash of bomb at- t.cks Roman Catholic dis- late meeting with union rcjresenta tives, legal the associatioa sough advice on the gove-n He said the reclaj WINNIPEG (CP) R. S. lalone, president of FP Pub- ications, confirmed Friday that ome exploratory talks have )ecn held with Ronald's-Feder- ated on the possibility of the FP job printing plant, with the exception of the Albcrtan op- eration in Calgary, joining with he Montreal firm. However, Mr. Malone said no actual proposal has yet been considered by FP Publication ward of directors. FP has job printing opera tions in Victoria, I-ethbridge Calgary and Edmonton whil Ronald's has several plants i Montreal, Toronto and Van couver. ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) Canadian and American sci- entists hope to view and photo- graph a meteor shower this weekend from Giacobini-Zinner, a comet wliich passes near the earth every seven years. The scientists say they will fly over the Bering Sea early Economic nationalism is choice EDMONTON (CP) A clear- cut choice on the issue of ccon- mic nationalism appears to be he offering for the RO.OOO elig- ble voters in one of Canada's argest constituencies in the Jet. 30 federal election. Edmonton West, with a cross- ectiou of rich and has jiberal candidate Mel Hurtig lushing the survival of Canada is a sovereign nation as the issue, while Progressive Conservative Marcel Lambert, who has held the seat for 15 years, believes "inflation, un- employment, and who will be prime minister, is ot concern to the voter'" Mr. Lambert, 53, a former veterans' affairs minister and Commons speaker, finds the Sunday, in hopes of seeing tlie meteor shower, which is ex- pected to be visible from Si- jeria, North China, Japan and the Northwest Pacific region. SEES NO SCANDAL In Hamilton, Ont., Prime Minister Trudeau, also on a southern Ontario tour, said on a television show that there is no concern and no scandal about the amount the treasury will lave to pay. Colosseum not for sale ROME (Renter) City coun- cil rejected Friday an offer from a United States business- man to buy the Colosseum for million, as another section of the crumbling area was re- opened to Ihe public, Thomas Merrick, a business- man who once studied here for liie priesthood and has made a career of buying up monuments in the United States, had planned to restore tlie ancient amphitheatre and charge an entrance fee lo the public. GENERAL Weather and road report SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET talhbridgc Pincher Creek Edmonton Calgary....... Grande Prairie Peace River Edson Rocky Mtn Houso Penticlon...... Dawson Prince George Vancouver Jasper Yellowknife I, Prc 51.. it 43 58 30 Saskatoon.......68 Regina..........68 Winnipeg ........52 Churchill .....54 Windsor.........65 London ..........68 Toronto..........62 60 43 63 51 49 35 21 54 40 43 30 49 45 31 46 43 46 anti-American bias distressing foreign ownership discus- sions and Is "sick and tired of hearing Americans referred to like horned devils." The outspoken Mr. Hurtig, a prominent publisher at 40 and co-chairman of the Com- mittee for an Independent Can- ada says the liberal cabinet is composed of old-fa- shioned politicians who rk> not have the vision necessary to retain an independent Canada. Ottawa ..........63 42 Montreal .69 43 New York.......fin 64 Washington 73 62 Pittsburgh.......ra M Atlanta ..........74 5B Tampa Miami...... Orlando New Orleans Oklahoma We are Now Ready to Serve You As a Newly Appointed Dealer for London Amsterdam Brussels 61 69 68 6.1 50 40 41! 52 45 43 32 43 57 FORECASTS Lclhbridge, Medicine Sunny today vsitli gusty west- erly winds. Highs 65 to 70' Sunday, cloudy periods and a little rooter. Lows 30 to 35. Highs near 60. Calgary Sunny with occa- sional cloudy periods this after- noon. A chance of a shower. Winds westerly and gusty this morning bacoming northwester- ly and gusty during the after- noon. Highs near 65. Sunday, occasional cloudy periods. Lows near 35. Highs 50 to 55. Coliimhia-Koolcnay Today cloudy in Ihe Columbia area but sunny in the Kootenays. Sunday, mostly cloudy. A few showers in the Columbia area. Highs both days near 60 in the Kootenays and 50 to 55 in the Columbia area. Lows lonight in the 30s MONTANA ICast of Contiiirntal Sunny and a little warmer to- d-ay. Increasing cloudiness Sun- day with a lew showers in the extreme north portion. Cooler east and north portions Sunday. Highs loday 65 to 75. Lows to- nigiit mostly 30s. Highs Sunday 55 lo 65 north, 65 to 75 south portion. West of Fair today. Partly cloiriy to- night and Sunday. Few showers over northern mountains Sun- day. Little change in tempera- ture, Highs today and Sunday 55 to 65. Lows tonight in 20s. PLUS OUR EVERYDAY REGUIAR LOW PRICES drag three men away. But customers barricaded I themselves inside for four hrjurs until police and' trinips forced the squad away. Three men were injured in fi.stfights. i The strikes the UDA an- j nounced its men had made across the border were clearly designed to put pressure on the republic's prime minister. Jack Lynch and Ulster's British ad- ministrator, William Whitelaw, to co-operate in wiping out the IRA. Mr. Broad said the men inter- the government's action as a wage freeze because they arc considered maintenance mechanics but paid trades- inen's rates. KM. TRADE KOALA LUMPUR (AP) Malaysia might inaugurate large-scale eel production lo supply the Japanese, Koreans and other folk who fancy the snakelike fish, a government ag- ricultural official said. w Visit Us at Both Locations 210 3rd Avenue South Mayor Magroth Dr. VISIT US FOR DAILY SPECIALS We Also Feature A GOOD NEWS OCT. 8 THROUGH 15 AT CHURCH OF CHRIST 3720 AVE. S. Speaker: HOMER HAIIEY, Vice-Pres. of Florida College, Tampa, Florida Times: a.m. and 6 p.m. Mon. at p.m. COME HEAR THE GLAD TIDINGS EVERYONE WELCOME Your invited 32B-0855 328-0972 SKATE SWAP SHARPENED NEW IACES SHINEO I SANITIZED PAIR APPROX. LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 11172nd AVE. 5. PHONE 327-8889 Closed Monday. Open Daily a.m. lo p.m. Thursday ontl Friday a.m. lo p.m. ONE ONLY USED Ml 35 SCRAPER Holds 6.5 yds. heaped wit'n double hy- draulic on apron and bucket. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES CouHJ Highway Phone CHARGEX AMPLE FREE PARKING OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COimTKSY OF AHA All highways In Ihe I.clfi- britlge arc harfl and dry. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, bare and dry. Highway 3, Com.lnicllon .started !0 miles cast of Kort Maclecxl to Fort Mnclcod. Logan J'ass closed. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coutts 24 hours; Carwoy 7 a.m. lo Kl p.m.; lionitn 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. Itooscvilln, B.C. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; KinKspilc, B.C.: 24 hours Forth-ill Flykorls R a.m lo midnight; I'liM Mountain closed Wilrlhorsr, a fl.m. to i p.m. ;