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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETIIORIDGE HERAID Friday, Otlokcr 13. I97J 'MatIon-wide drug raids cut number of pushers IK Till' CANADIAN PRESS i Heaviest police activity was Iti-'it ii-li P nil i mill: i vvhcvo NaUoiuvicU.' ilnig ('aids hy j in Urilish Columbia, wheru i warrants were issued fnr 121 HCMP and local policeJllmrs-1 itl day netted, more than 00 per- j B c bccil im. suspected of clrng traf ich- oint ,M {rar.. "'Latin America and Asia. i were still at hirgc. 'Clio raids culminated a six- Hy late Thursday, (Kl persons rested in Moncton, and police were looking foi1 three others. Single arrests were also made in Newcastle. N.B., Saint .tolm, N.U., and Halifax on warrants issued by the Moncton police. Although Montreal is re- as a major port of entry RCMP By early today, about persons had been picked up, IISFII DOGS mainly in Vancouver, Victoria, IOLlLb LbLD Toronto, Moncton, N.B., and I An early roundup in Hull, Hull, Que. I with police cutting off part of The raids began at B a.m. the downtown) area and using Thursday as tettnu of city rjo- drm; sniffing dogs, turned up 13 lice and' KCMP began searches j of the 20 wanted there, for the suspects. I Another 16 persons were ar- bought supplies from traffick- ers over the last six months and the purchases have been saved to be used as evidence in trials, an RCMP spokesman said RCMP receive -aise Colleges master plan completed EDMONTON (CP) A mas-1 request ol Robert Clark, AtWAYS TIME FOR A UTTtE FUN Even in the hec- tic days of a federal election campaign, there is time for a little fun and relaxation. MOP leader David Lewis, tour- i northern Manitoba stepped in from the cold at urchih Thursday night for a quick drink and a few shots at billiards and shuffleboard before moving on. (CP Wireplioto) EDMONTON (CP> Solic- or-Gencral Jean-Pierre Cover aid Thursday a national sur- ey done for the RCMP shows .hat 87.4 per cent of the popu- rtion consider Mountics as onesl and 81.7 per cent judge iem competent. He said tne survey also bowed that C8.9 per cent would hoose the RCMP as the na- onal symbol, compared with 6.2 per cent who would choose :ie maple leaf. Speaking to the RCMP Veter- ns Association, the minister aid the survey of house- olds across the country was onducted last March and April iv- the Centre de recherches ur 1'opinion publique Inc. in Quebec and by Complan Associ- tes Ltd. in the rest of the :ountry. Mr. Coyer said the force will nit much greater emphasis on crime prevention in future antl .wulrl adapt to confront new dnds of white-collar and organ- .zed crimes. "Tne role ot the police cannot simply one of reaction to crimes. In assuming its role nf protection of society and of pre- vention of crime, the police must adapt itself technically and sociologically to the needs and problems of society." He cited steps already laken lo combat nev. types of crimes, including establishment of spe- cial sections to deal with com- mercial frauds and organized crime and computer-based in- formation centres to speed re- covery of stolen goods and fin- gerprint identification. BABIES YES, BUT DOGS? Prime Minister Trudeau, known in the past as a kiss- er of women and shaker of hands, one step furlher Thursday night in Thunder Bay, Onh, when be shook the paws of a do g, a non-voler which did no! appear too in- terested in the prime minister but smiled for Ihe camera. (CP Wirephoto) Film censorship be illegal may CALGARY (CP) The en- tire Alberta film censorship ap- paratus could Ijc illegal, law- yer James Mackie said- Thurs- day, because it duplicates fed- Two men killed in plane crash eral law. Under the merits Act, >vlio shows a banned film can be sent to jail. Mr. Mackie told a legislative committee on censorship that in prescribing a six-month jail were killed Thursday when a sentence the Alberta statute ter plan for Alberta's posl-sec- onc3 a ry, non-uni vcrsi ty institu- tions has completed and will be published and distrib- uted in curly November. The project, headed by Kino A. Bosetti, director of planning and research for the Alberta Colleges Commission, began in 1970 as Uie development of an educational master plan for the Alberta college system. It was later broadened in scope at the No argument EDITONTON (CP) Alberta universities have not offered one good argument against pro- posals by the Alberta Colleges Commission to obtain agree- ment on transfers from col- leges to universities, Dr. R. U. Fast, administrator ot Red Deer College, said Thursday. Dr. Fast made the comment as the Alberta College Com- mission was considering a sug gestion that it accept the con cept of a committee to dea with transfers only if universit accept the commission's rec ommendatlous. The commission had rccom mended that any student sue cessfully completing up to tw years of university cquivalen vork in a public college in A jerta should be admissable t any university on the rec ommendation of the sending in stitution. His proposal would b vrn a two-year trial. He said he believed the uni- versities would not accept the ONOWAY (CP) Two men Alberta the censorship board can make independent decisions on films, and anyone Amuse- i encroaches on federal jurisdic- University tion. DUPLICATION With the penalty, the Alberta law triplicates the criminal code section on obscenity and in practice could conflict with light plane crashed about 100 yards behind a farmer combin ing in bis field, 30 miles north west of Edmonton Witnesses said the plane ap peared to lose control and spir. al to the ground. They said the proposal and the matter even- tually would go to legislation. .ation minister in. the form- r Social Credit administration. Included among the 90 rec- mmendations made in the re- ort are; Establishing an integrated ystem of advanced education >ordinatcd by a single plan- ing-review agency of the gov- rnmcnt. Maintenance ot a ystem of advanced education o-ordinated and governed Ky ie people of the province rath- r lhan by civil servants. Preserving the roles of each post-secondary, non-university institution whUt achieving greater efficiency. SMfting the focus o! id- education from teacb- uig to learning. Encouraging development of new services designed to meet the needs of those tradi- tionally excluded from advanc- ed education because of age, sex, geographic location and social or economic disadvant- ages. Encouraging use of stu- dent financial aid to equalize education opportunity. Encouraging institutional flexibility lo meet existing and existing and emerging man- emerging manpower needs through the development ot ap- propriate vocational programs. Encouraging programs which enhance quality of life. Copies of the report aro to ha printed for distribution to in- terested parties and public meetings are planned to begin in December to get reaction to the plan. ident JOE'S MOBILE HOMES LTD. 1st. AVENUE AND 32nd. STREET SOUTH (HIGHWAY 3 EAST TO TABER) PHONE 328-0166 OR 328-01 Bl pres lo resign the federal law. i A man showing Ihe film "A was unconscious when Clockwork Orange'' could bo [they arrived on the scene, but jailed in Alherla where it has j the passenger was dead, been banned but in all other said ,hc aircraft is De- parts of Canada, except Nova Scotia, there would be nothing "n a wrong with the action. "'S'1 from wncn Hie crash occurred. The provincial law would be ullra vires of the Alberta gov- ernment because it creates an offence already defined by the criminal coc'-3, he said. The inconsistencies of film censorship across Canada confd be solved by a national hoard of experts able to interpret the vague criminal definition of ob- scenity. No names were released. LOS ANGELES (AE1) Dr. S. I. Hayakawa plans to an- nounce today retirement as president of California Slate University at San Francisco, the Los Angeles Times reports. The Vancouver-born scman- licist took over the post in ]963 during serious student dis- orders at the school and drew wide attention with his stern handling of the demonstrations. Hayakawa, 66, scheduled a news conference for today at which he will make "a signifi- cant personal I announced school spokesman said. Times says Hayakawa is 'otato Weather and road report SUNKISK SATURDAY SUNSET If I. Prc New postal standards face loss expected to retain at least some ties witb the campus and that his retirement probably would be effective at the end of UK current ncademic year next June. NOW EN FULL SWING! Worth of Mobile Homes must be cleared to make room for new units on the way! See the new KNIGHT SCHMIDT INDUSTRIES MOBILE HOMES Double Wide and 14 foot Single Wide Units ALSO THE NOR' WESTERN UNITS In Singlo 12 Ft. and 14 Ft. Wide Moke your selection now save hundreds. Seo Joe or BilF for details! FOUR REASONS WHY: 1. Quality All unlls carry C5A approval. long term financing, take up to 16 yean to pay 3. Lower rate Itnm. 1. Service and lalisfaclion after purchase. FEMEMBER YOU AIWAYS BUY FOR LESS Al JOE'S MOBI'.E HOMtS Open Houso Sunday Phone 328-0166 or 328-0181 After Hours 327-2416 or 327-4006 OPEN HOUSE ALL DAY SUNDAY! Firemen get pay increase EDMONTON (CP1 Frost that struck the Edmonton area this week could lead to a loss of ahout S750.000 to potato farm- ers, an official of Edmonton potato growers Ltd. said Thurs- day Production manager W. r.ethbridge Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie Banlf........ Victoria Penticton Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Saskatoon Regina Vrinnipeg Toronto Ottawa....... Montreal St. John's..... Halifax...... Charlotte! own Robinson said the frost Gfi 31 58 33 ..66 26 04 37 SIS 38 52 23 67 30 C-2 37 54 23 53 2li 54 3! 33 ...53 27 47 3fi 01 58 58 54 clearing overnight. Showers in a few localities. Gusty north- west winds. Highs in the 50s. Saturday: Sunny. Lows 25 to 30, Highs 55 to 60. Columbia Kootenay Today: Cloudy spreading in through the clay from the north. Low cloud and some drizzle this morning persisting in Koot- i east main valleys. Cool. i Highs 40 to 45 except low fifties in the Kootenay west district. I Lows tonight near 20 in the i Columbia district and near 30 in the Kootenay districts. Sat- urday: Mostly sunny and cool. Highs in the 40s e'scept near 55 in the Kootenay west. MONTANA East of Continental Divide .60 I .44! Partly cloudy and mild today, with a few showers southern portions. Scattered snows and Fredericlon 53 34 .26 j 'with northeriy Chicago 65 51 KCD DEER (CP) Fire- men in Hed Deer have been awarded a wage increase of 43.7 nor cent in a three-year contract announced loday. The award, made by a pro- vincially appointed arhitra- [iun board, increases monthly salaries for a first-class fire- fighter from the present to liy July 1, 1974. The increase be made in .six steps, with Ihe salary for a (irst-clas fireman set at per month retroactive to Jan, I, 1972; as nf last .Inly I: SR21 as of Jan. 1, 1973; 5871 as of July 1. 1D73; and as of Jan. 1, 1974. OTTAWA (CP) The devel- opment of a set of standards designed to ease mechanized sorting of mail was announced by the poft office. The public will not be expect- ed to comply with many of the standards apart from using the postal cede and placing it in the last line nf the address, a spokesman said. 'jlie standards are aimed pri- marily at businesses which ac- count for a major proportion of the mail. The standards, which will ap- ply to physical characteristics such as size, shape and weight of envelopes as well as place- ment of addresses, postal codes and stamps in the preparation i of letters for mailing, will he- come mandatory by Oct. 1. Ifl73. Compliance vrith ihem will become more necessary as j DAKAR CReulcr) Senega- more mechanized sorters are ]ese President Leopold Senghor installed across the country, j yesterday the creden- The post office has compiled i tials of the new Canadian am- Iraoklet outlining in detail the hassador here, Raoul Grenicr. 40 per cent of harvested crop. He estimati the suspected loss at about GOO acres and tons. Similar conditions hit south- ern Alberta but Mr. Robinson said that area was better off in about 75 per cent of the crop had been harvested, compared with about 60 per cent near here. He said the crop reduction might effect the retail price, wtiich now is 69 cents for 10 pounds. Rome...........72 63 .....59 4S London..........55 52 Berlin..........54 32 Amsterdam ......55 37 Moscow .........50 39 FORECAST: Lelhlmdge Medicine Hat Regions Today: Sunny be- coming cloudy in the after- noon and overnight. Highs mid Saturday: Mostly sunny. near 35; highs 55 to CO. Calgary Ttegions Today: Becoming cloudy Uns morning Envoy arrives treme north lafe this afternoon spreading southward into all except extreme southwestern portion tonight continuing Sat- urday morning. Snow diminish- ing from the north Saturday af- ternoon. Highs today 55 to 65. Lows tonight 20s east and north 30s southwest. Highs Saturday 30s east and north 40s south- west. Wcsl of Continental Divide- Continuing milA today. A few rain or snow showers and a little cooler tonight and Satur- day. Highs today 55 lo 65. Lows tonight 2.S to 35. Highs Satur- day 35 to 45 north 45 to 53 south. new mailing standards. Busi- nesses cat; obtain a copy through their past office mar- keting representative. President Senghor said that he intended to send more Senega- lese students to study science 1 and technology in Canada. Found of nei IMtAJRIK fCIO liarlcs Cardinal. -11. of Ihe .Sucker Crec-k Indian Jtescrve convicted nf criminal neg- causing rlcatli in the j March 11 K hoot ing of William John Prince, 4fi, of Joussard, Alia, SenlenHrtf was for Nov. or; Prince wfls shcf. in thn hf.icl with a h i K h power wJ rif lo while the Cardinal humc, six rnilc.s nf High fYairie. Kvidom-c; imlii- a t i hcilh riif-n liad br rn drink inf, prior In 1 lift khoolinfj. LAS VEGAS TOUR AS low NOVEMBER 18, JANUARY 19 (Traruporlalion end accommodations) free cntertainmonl tokens available 0 DISNEYLAND EASTER, APRIL 19 126.50 Lai Vecjoi, Reno, Lake 7tiho2, Sun Francisco BOOK NOW AS TICKETS ARC SELLING FAST! NORTHERN BUS TOURS PHONE 327-3536 LETHBRIDGE, ALIA. Toun cleaned pepionnlly by F. Koleh 16" YEAR-END SPECIAL Cultivator Shovels ........52-50 ir....... CHISELS .70 THESE ARE UNITED SHOVELS AND FULIY GUARANTEED GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES CouHs Highway Phong 328-1141 ori-'ICIAI. AS OF A.M. TODAY OF AHA All in the bridge area are bare and dry and in good driving condition. 3, west in the Crowsne.sL t' area has a icy sections, .sanded. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway. Calgary lo GolrTcn bac clmnory Sfirfirms, hilt ofiicnvise in good driving con- dition. Golden to Rcvctstoke is in jjowS driving condition, Pass closed. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coutla 24 hours; C'arway 7 a.m. lo Kl p.m.; Del Honita 3 a.m. lo K p.m.; IJ.C. ft a.m. lo r, p.m.: Kingsgalc. B.C.; 54 hours; Pmlhill livfcerls X a.m In inidmghl; Chief Monnlain closed; jWildhorse, X am. in 5 urn. ;