Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THE LHHBRIOCS HeKALU _ iolurday, Utlobtr IU, PROJECT PERU A Pe- ruvian made homeless by last May's earthquake stands in front of his make-shift tent. The Canadian Commit- tee for the 23th Anniversary of the United Nations lanneh- Project Peru Friday, a campaign designed to raise for a new school. Dangerous Driver Fined CALGARY (CP) John E. Powers, 23, of Fort St. John, B.C., found guilty of dangerous driving in a June 20 accident which killed two persons, has been fined and prohibited from driving for three years. Court was told Friday that Powers drove his car through a stop sign at an intersection in northeast Calgary and 'struck another car. Reinhold Morris Schlogel, 36, of Calgary and Cornelius Van Ryn, 26, of Coal- dale, were killed in the acci- dent. EXTRA INCOME I In your spors tlmtt INCOME TAX COURSE I Tftoches you to prepare In- come 1ax for for write j CANADIAN SCHOOL I OF TAX ACCOUNTING 6 Adelaide E., Toronto, Ont. I Charter Flights Probe Ordered WASHINGTON (AP) A sweeping investigation of the U.S. tor charter industry and the way it is supervised by the Federal Aviation Administration was ordered Friday by Trans- portation Secretary John Volpe even as the FAA grounded more planes in the wake of the Wich- ita State University football team disaster. New developments continued New Name Adopted By Roads Group MONTREAL (CP) The Ca- nadian Good Hoads Association born 56 years ago in Montreal, adopted a new name and a new mandate at its an- nual meeting. C. W. GUchrist of Ottawa, managing director of the asso- ciation, told a news conference: "As of now the CGRA has gone out of business and has become the Road and Transpor- tation Association of Canada." Wesley D. Black, British Col- umbia minister of highways, was elected president of the new association, replacing George E. Gomme, Ontario minister of highways and presi- dent of the CGRA. Mr. GUchrist, who remains as managing director of the new association, said it has broadened its objectives to in- clude all forms of land trans- port. Mr. Black said.that with its reorganization, the association hopes to increase its member- ship and attract other organiza- tions involved in various forms of transportation. The organization currently has about 800 members includ- ing government officials, high- way planners, administrators, engineers and industry leaders. HALE OPTICAL COMPANY LTD. Gary Martin Dispensing Optician 307 SI. 5. 327-7132 to come to light a week after the crash Oct. 2 of leased hra-engined plane in Colorado killed 13 Wichita football play- ers and 17 other persons accom- panying them to a game. Here were the highlights: bypassing the FAA, ordered Admiral Willard J. Smith, -assistant secretary of transportation for safety and consumer affairs, "to conduct this in-depth investigation and spare no effort, time or re- sources in determining the true condition of every chartered op- eration in the United WARNED AIRLINE FAA, reversing its pre- vious statements, said it had in- deed warned Golden Eagle Aviation Inc., whose crew flew the fatal flight, against operat- ing large aircraft. But the offi- cial in Oklahoma CSty whom the FAA said issued the warning contradicted his Washington col- leagues and said he hadn't been in touch with Golden Eagle for nearly a year. FAA grounded two more Martin 404s which origi- nally were in a lot of 14 aircraft along with the plane that crashed. Thursday, it had grounded all planes known to be owned by Jack Richards Aviaiton Co. Inc., which had purchased the lot in 1968 and subsequently sold some of them. In the Wichita disaster, the university leased the plane from Richards and obtained the crew from Golden Eagle. The FAA called this a facade to avoid regulations governing passenger carriers and it revoked Golden Eagle's flight certifications for operating a plane too large for its authorization. Auto Workers Strike Causes More Layoffs OSHAWA, Ont. (CP) A sur- vey of Oshawa industries showed Thursday that the strike by the United Auto Workers union has caused the layoff of more than workers in com- panies relying heavily on Gen- eral Motors Corp. for survival. The latest layoffs came this week at Duplate Canada Ltd., where a total of 220 employees are now out of work. ROTHMANS CALENDAR OF COMING EVENTS Plannim eommroity nent? Ttiea J-RntliMni Special Events Caravan now. Till Catalan, with ill public iddrass system and modem jtije facilities is nailatle list tf ctarie by mitiiiB to: Promotion Department, Rolhma'iu of Pall Mall Canada 3403 8tl Strrc; Sooth East, Calgary 'Beginners Square Dance Club Monday p.m. Park Plaza Motor Hotel Bridge Tournament Tuesday 1 p.m. Golden Mile Drop-in-Centre Lethbridge Christian Women's Club Luncheon Wednesday Sven Ericksen's Resturant Jr. Forest Wardens Boys 10 -16 years Thursday 7 9 p.m. Agnes Davidson School Lethbridge Garrison Sergeants' Mess Recognition Night Friday 8 p.m. Kenyon Field Armouries Members and former members Movies and Coffee Friday 8 p.m. Golden Mile Drop-in-Centre Fort Macleod Old Time Dance Club Regular Bi-monthly dances Saturday, Elementary School Southern Alberta Western Dance Association Teenagers Square Dancing Saturday 7 9 p.m. Senator Buchanan School Southminster Circle Square Dance Club Saturday p.m. Southminster Hall St. Patrick's CWL Carnival Fair Saturday 4-8 p.m. St. Patrick's Church Hall Southminster Jr. Girls' Choir presents "The Idea" Saturday p.m. and Sunday p.m. Yates Memorial Centre Japanese Garden Society Garden open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Thanksgiving Weekend Then closed until Spring The best tobacco money can buy REMEMBERING THE DEAD-Freneh President Georgei Pompidou looks on ai Soviet President Nikolai Podgorny points out some of the name: of the dead on the Siberian war memorial during the French visit to Novoti- birsk Friday. Some eitizsni of Novosibirsk died in World War II. The official Soviet news agency lass con- firmed Friday that Pompidou had witnessed the launch- in of a Soviet spacecraft at the Baikpnour cosmodrome during his official visit to the Soviet Union. GPs Undecided On Que. Strike MONTREAL (CP) Quebec's general practioners have not yet decided whether to join the strike now being car- ried out by medical specialists but the GPs accused the govern- ment Friday of "unilateral" ac- tion in trying to fix medical tar- iffs in its proposed medical care insurance plan. Dr. Gerad president of the Federation of General Prac- tioners, said the GPs might have to resort to some form of 'contestation" to back their tar- iff demands. Dr. Hamel said the GPs are relying more on persuasion and the government's "good sense" than on contestation. The specialists have been on strike since Thursday after last-minute negotiations with the government broke down Wednesday night. Quebec hospitals have been handling only emergency cases since the specialists began strike action to show opposition :o clauses in the medical care plan coaeerning restriction of payments for opted-out doctors, control of professional qualifica- tions and fee rates. Dr. Hamel said if negotiations 3o not produce positive results the GPs might opt out en masse >ut "our public declaration is not accompanied by a threat of strike." He said the fee question is the only issue that remains to be settled for his federation.. The GPs say that the proposed fee rate is only 66 per cent of that in Ontario. The effects of the strike are beginning to hit major hospitals and Montreal's largest, Notre Dame, has already been forced to turn away a number of non- emergency cases. One resident doctor in Mont- real said all leaves and vaca- tions have been cancelled and the work load for each working doctor has tripled. la certain designated hospi- tals, skeleton staffs of special- ists are handling only -emer- gency cases. Only 36 of the province's 250 hospitals have been designated as emergency sites. The specialists said at the be- ginning of the strike that the crucial effects will only begin to be felt by Monday night. A special session of the na- tional assembly has been called for Monday in Quebec City to discuss possible modifications to the scheme which expected to be implemented Nov. 1. The GPs have reached agree- ment with the government over proposed modifications on opt- ing-out and assurance that pro- fessional standards will be con- trolled by the Quebec College of Physicians and Surgeons. The specialists federation has said it is ready to resume negotiations if the government sees fit to "reconsi- der its intransigent possition." WEIGHT WATCHERS. Meetsi Tuesdays p.m. and p.m. Wednesdays p.m. EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Trust only the original Weight Watchers (TM) to wotch your weight. Hundreds of thousands have done it successfully. REGISTRATION MEETING MEN WOMEN TEENAGERS For Further Information Call 328-5832 Divorce Deluge Coming ROME (AP) Legal divorce in Italy is past Its last major tart ot a five-year campaign by Its and within a few months the estimated 2 million Kalians whose marriages ha- ven't worked will have a way out. Friday the Senate .passed a bill to legalize divorce. The vote wag 164 to 150, six "yes" vote more than were required. The Senate acted on a roll-call vote in the face of strong opposi- tion by the Roman Catholic Church and by the Christian Democrats, the most powerful party in Italy's four-party coali- tion government. The move put both houses of the legislature on record as favoring legalized di- vorce for the first time in It- aly's 100-year history as a na- tion. Only some minor amend- ments must now be approved by the Chamber ot Deputies before the measure becomes law. Under the bill divorce may be granted if: spouse is under a priion sentence of 15 or more years. spouse is under sentence for incest or for having prosti- tuted UK other spouse or a fam- ily member, or for attempting to murder a member of the family. spouse Is acquitted of a crime because of insanity and is declared unfit for family life. spouse has obtained a di- vorce-abroad as a foreign citi- zen or married again abroad somehow. marriage Is not con- summated. Italy's current law forbids dis- solution of a marriage except through civil, which is rare, or religious, which is easier to obtain. Foster Mother Convicted EDMONTON (CP) Linda Gamble, 34, of Dapp, Alta., Fri- day was sentenced to seven years in Kingston Penitentiary for what a justice of the Al- berta Supreme Court described as a heinous crime. Mrs. Gamble, a mother ol three, was convicted of man- slaughter in the April 29 beat- ing death of 15-month old Debbie Lee Carlson, whom the Gambles had taken as a foster child because "we felt that some of'the money received for taking, care of the child might help to pay off some of our bills." Testimony showed the chile died after suffering a fracturec skull with brain damage, brok- en arms and broken leg, ankle and jaw. Her lip was torn away from the lower jaw and severa' scars and bruises were found on her body. During the trial Mrs. Gamble said, "When Debbie was eating she used to throw up a lot." "After she would throw up I used to slap her around, usually very hard. I used to grab her by both arms and shake her very hard." Mr. Justice Lieberman said "I find her crime heinous, cal lous and bordering on sadistic.' He said he was aware of the suffering the sentence woul< cause her three young girls. Insurance Post WINNIPEG (CP) Appoint ment of R. D. Blackburn, 54, as acting general manager of the Manitoba Public Insurance Cor poration was announced here by Municipal Affairs Minister I Howard Pawley. OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT NEW HOURS: Daily a.m.-12 Midnight Sundays and Holidays: a.m. -12 Midnight EUtA BOISVENUE SPECIALIZING IN FULL COURSE MEALS (ANY HOUR) ICE CREAM AND ICE CREAM PRODUCTS CONFECTIONERY GOODS FRENCH COOKING OUR SPECIALTY Wonder Confectionery Corner of 5lh Ave. and 13th Street N. Phone 328-5445 CONSERVATIVE Sena- tor Walter F. Mondale, D- Minn., said Friday that he ind other teuton tilled "radical by Vice- President Spiro T. Agnew are the "real conservatives" be- cause they "are trying to make the system work." Men- dale made the claim in a speech to the supreme coun- cil of the League of United Latin American Citizens. Mayor Dent Praises PM EDMONTON Mayor Ivor Dent, president of the Ca- ladian Federation of Mayors and Municipalities, congratulated Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and Housing Minister Robert Andras on the government's de- cision to set up an urban af- fairs department. In .a telegram sent Friday, Mayor Dent said the need for consultation by the federal gov- ernement with provincial and municipal authorities "will be pre-eminent in future action" by the government. Psychiatric Examination Prolonged EDMONTON (CP) Agnes Bayon, 24, of Lethbridge, charged with murdering two children, appeared in magis- trate's court Friday and wai remanded for further psychiat- ric examination. Miss Bayon is charged with the Sept. 2 death of John Wil- liam Cotton, 2, and the March 23, 1967 death of five-month-oH Andrew Green, both of Leth- bridge. Both children were under the care of Miss Bayon, a baby ter, before their deaths by suf- focation. Miss Bayon is scheduled to appear in court in Calgary Oct. 15 at which time her case is expected to be remanded to Oct. 22 in Lethbridge. Day Parole Recommended EDMONTON (CP) A good scholastic record resulted in a youth, convicted of trafficking LSD, receiving a nine month sentence. "From the pre-sentence re- port it appears you are an ex- cellent student, especially to the past few Magis- trate John Coughlan said In Cecil Cornelius Michaels, 18. With Michaels registered it university, the rec- ommended day parole, "to en- sure you will continue your education rather than have it interrupted and perhaps not continued at all later." Michaels was one of more than 60 people arrested in April following city police undercover work, He was also fined for possession of hashish. WEATHER AND ROAD REPORT 42 ABOVE T9'Pfl ZERO AT -1 "UNOON SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET Lethhridge Medicine Hat Pincher Creek Peace River Gr. Prairie Calgary Edmonton Jasper Banff...... Penticton Victoria Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Prince Albert Saskatoon Moose Jaw Thompson North Bay Regina Winnipeg White River Toronto Ottawa Montreal St. John's ...40...30....1 49 31 47 29 42 24 46 23 39 25 26 25 .06 .09 50 30 .10 .07 .08 42 25 55 35 55 43 40 32 56 37 56 50 33 36 25 34 14 23 21 75 58 30 25 .01 35 27 .07 71 48 72 57 77 57 77 58 44 38 .01 24 .04 .13 .13 Halifax 65 54 i... Fredericton 72 47 Charlottetown 5S 48 St. John's, Nfld. 44 38 Minneapolis 42 31 .44 Los Angeles 77 60 FORECASTS LETHBRIDGE T o A t y mainly sunny. Becoming cloudy overnight. Occasional showers. Highs 4045. Sunday mainly cloudy. Winds NW20 and gusty. Lows 3540. Highs 35-40. Kooteiiay, Columbia A few sunny periods today-until noon with occasional rain in the Co- lumbia area. Chance of a few periods of rain in the Kootenay areas tonight. Sunday: cloudy in the mornings and clearing. Winds occasionally northwest 15 on Sunday. Highs today and Sunday, 45 to 50, except near 55 in the West Kootenay. Lows tonight in the 30s. Medicine Hat Today: in- termittent snow becoming con- tinuous overnight. Highs 35-50. Sunday: mainly cloudy. Lows near 30. Highs near 40. SPECIAL PRICE REDUCTION ON ALL TRACTOR CABS AND DRILL FILLERS Barley and Wheat taken in trade at top prices TRACTOR CABS 190 DO Tractor Cab Allis-Chalmsri D21 Tractor Cab Tractor Cabs Deere Tractor Cabs Moline Tractor Cab Massey Ferguson Tractor Cab Tractor Cab COMBINE CABS 6-A.C. Combine Cabs Massey Harris Combine Cab DRILL FILLERS 7 Only GS 25 Drill Fill systems. Complete with grain auger, 10 ft. fertilizer auger. clutch head and auger mounting bracket. ONLY WHILE STOCK LASTS GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES eio rfiin iu Courts Highway, Lelhbridgo Phone 327-3165 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA Men and equipment working In and immediately west of Fort Macleod. Highway 5 Lethbridge to ten miles south paving in progress. POUTS ON ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coutts M hours: Carwny 0 a.m. to 0 p.m. MST. Del Bonita 8 a.m. lo I p.m.; Rooscvlfle, B.C. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., 21 Mil's; Porlhill-Rykerls 8 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain closed. All highways In the Leth- bridge district are bare and dry. Highway 3 west paving la progress near Coalhurst.