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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 TltE UTMBRIDCE HERALD Monday, Otlolior 16, 1971 BLACK England (AD 1 I'rinu! -Minister Edward Heath has staked Britain's claim to the leadership of V.'c-st- crn Kuropc. In a rousing speech winding up tlio Conservative party's 1111- niial convention Saturday, Heath held mil Ihu prospect of a bright dilure for Britain when the island nation become a member of the European Com- mon market in January. Amid references to Britain's history as a world, power, Heath" told 4.000 parly dele- gates: ''The cries out to us now for even move dvasiie. radical and constructive change." llealh. who next Thursday nill attend the [line-nation sum- mit conference of Hie present and future members of the Common Market, said: "We're going to lake tlv> place history has reserved for us and speak with a voice that lias si- lent too long." British Asians expelled from Uganda, was ncclaimed. Referring to 400 ears nf Brit- ish endeavor t h a t profoundly influenced ihe world, Ileatii said: "l-'or an off-shore island of r. few million people, it was and remains a staggering aclueve- inenl." Now Britain's link up with Europe will lead the nation "to a new epoch of Brilish service and influence on the whole so- ciety of (lie prime min- ister asserted. "We're out in world again.'1 Just how closely Heath's view coincides with those of Britain's future Market partners is a matter for c o n j e c lure. The French have long seen tlicir own role as that of being leader in Knrope. Heath did not underrate the national and international prolv lems tha'. could yet foil the ful- filment of his dream for Brit- ain. At home. Lhe fight against in' How lo transform (he cities and connlryside of Europe from grim poverty lo prosperity. Uow to help (lie r.eotly two- thirds of the world's population proceed from nanL lo develop-1 merit, and hope. How lo clean up the world of polluted air. land and wa- DJSLMTI'i N GAINS Nixon still holds wide lead over Democrat fly .JACK HOSKMMU. New York Times .Service WASHINGTON' the last month, Sen. George MctJovcrn lias rlarted lo reclaim numbers ot" potenlial tic deflectors. Nixon slill evident v.ide over- Heath's speech, which also' fhition topped Uic list. He ranged over the Northern Ire- I pledged to seek accords with la- land crisis, his government's j bor unions niid employers on a three-sided program lo check wage, price and cost increases. He warned that, his govern- ment would not stand by idly while law-breakers defy the nil- ings of Parliament and the or- dcrs of society. He urged the 1 Laljor party opposilion and the unions lo repudiate strikers ani! I pickets who defy the law- "and want lo tear down what Parlia- ment stands for." Heath defined his own nini for the nation: "A strong Brit ain. Strong In its economic foundations. Strong in its socia" fabric. Strong in the bonds thai bin.d us together a nation and h.av e m adc u.s I he moa cohesive and powerful ualiona efforts lo tackle inflation and the resettlement in Britain of Canadian cool lung pi aces 4lh FTIAXKKUIIT (CP) A team of Canadian chefs has placed fourth out of 21 coun- tries competing in the Culinary Olympics in Ihis Vi'cst German city, delighting guests with din- ners of Pacific Salmon, smoked beef and bullerball turkey. Canadian participants won a total of eight gold medals and an array of other awards. The force in Europe If not in Uu world." At the same time, he citef such issu35 that Britain mus national learn, from the Cana- also tackle urgendy as the'enr dian Federation of Chefs dc ing nf the sectarian strife in Cuisine, finished behind Japan, West Germany and Switzer- land. The national learn was made up of Hans Bucschkeiis, Wind- Onl.; Pierre Dcmers, Mon- treal; Tony Roldan, Toronlo: Manfred Scholcrmenn, Calgary Norlhem Ireland and Ihe resei llemenl of Lhe expelled Ugand, Asians. Heath listed (he internationa difficulties he said shadow Brit- ain and ils partners: How to break down East- West distrust without under- Ml lead, according lo (he third New York Times Yankclo- vich electoral vole survey. McGovern's gains appear most nolablc in New York antf independents, and among vot- ers cf Italian! und Irish back- ground. But even these gains are only relative. Nixon con- tinues to bold sizable margins in Ihese and most olher cate- gories of voters. 'Ilie survey, conducted in the 1C largest states between Oct. J and 10, showed that voters preferred Nixon, 57 to 27 per cent, with (he resl undecided, This 33 point margin repre- sented a docidcd improvement Ihrce other large slates, among' for McGovern over the 39-point Nixon load reported In Ihc prc- vions Times Yankelovich survey, completed Sept. 12. A simulluneous survey of the New York New Jersey Con- necticut region also showed im- provement (or Mcnovern. A month ago, Nixon led in Ihe re- gion by points. The new fiml- ing was 53 to 31, a 23-point margin. The limes Yankelovich sur- vey indicated that (he princi- pal reason lor these changes appear to he McGovern's Im- cd standing among demo- crats. In the earlier survey, Nixon nltractcd slightly more Democrats even than McGov- cm. Ttie new survey showed that McGovern now leads nmong voters in his own party, per cent (o :W1. Still, if even 3G per cent of Democrats remahi de- fcclors on election day, it would spell almost certain de- fpfll. for Ihe South Dakota sena- tor. Nixon, the survey found, con Imucd to attract ttronR sup- port on foreign affairs issues. His standing did not seem (o suffer much because of Watergate bugging case. At the same time, there wers strong signs in the survey find- Ings (hat many voters do not much like cither candidate. Whan asked whom they re- gard as a more attractive per- sonality, Nixon got a 31 per cent total. McGovern !C per cent, and "neither" ran a strong second with 32 per cent. end Hubert Scheck, Vancouver. mining NATO security. RELATIONS IMPROVE Prime Minister Trudeau lalks wilh former Liberal cabinet minister Judy LaMarsh in Kainloops indicating an improvement in the relationship be- tween llie two liberal politicians. Miss laM arsh once cast slrong doubt on Mr. Trudeau's parentage during the Liberal leadership convention, when Miss LaMarsh supported Paul Hellyer for the leadership. Relations had been cool between the Iwo ever since. Trudeau looks on himself as regi Arctic pipeline election ssue courtesy of Leivis By PAUL JACKSON Herald SlaK Writer be his 1 for Canadians Is due lo raised by three per cent on Jan. 1. Progressive Con-I pi government had already .pent so much lhat there was a irctly "high budget deficit" By THE CANADIAN PRESS The proposed Mackenzie Val- ey pipeline (o lap Arctic oil nd gas reserves loomed larger s an election issue during the veekend. NDP Leader David Lewis old 70 persons in 1'rince Al- icrl. Sask., Saturday that the Jheral government is sup- ressing its own critical reports n the pipeline's feasibility. He read excerpts of the riocu- mcnls which he said were pre- arcd for and financed by the energy department, Mr. Lewis said (he Rovcrn- nent paid million for Lhe Yrclic development study and hat the papers will used his week during a major semi- nar on the subject at Mont Ga- iriel Lodge in Quebec's Lau- rentian Mounlains. Quoting from a paper written uy Ian H. Mockay, an oil ex- pert wilh the Bank of Montreal in Calgary, Mr. Lewis read: "The magnitude of all the proj- ects now envisaged could pos- bly bankrupt Ihe Canadian economy." OI'POSKS PIPELINE The New Democrat leader lias said throughout the cam- paign that (he pipeline proposal should he shelved until the ne- cesory money can be raised entrely within Canada At ihe Prince Albert rally he accused Prime Minister Trn deau of sacrificing long-term independence in exchange for immediate profit. "Trudeau and his conlinen talist cohorts are propelling this country headlong loward a polential national disaster will their selfish sell-out of Canada and their short-sighted pol icies." Meanwhile, the prime minis fer and Conservative L e a d e Robert Sfanfield ronlimiei is some kind of a deal hehveen i little tired and should be re- Mr. Davis and he I tired by Ihe eleclorale." said. I Mr. Caouellc spent (lie wcek- I think Mr. Tnuleau must cud in New Brunswick where he prelly desperate lo make some members of an audience that kind of statement." of about 250 demanded that lie prime speak French only. The Social Credit leader told the gathering, in Buctouchc, (hat bilimmah'sm has been ex- aggerated as a problem but he complied wilh Ihc demand. He charged lhat the minister "is trying to work botti sides against (lie middle" In an attempt to develop antag- onism in o L h e r parts of the country towards Ontario. Claude Wagner, Conserva- tives Quebec campaign leader, irecled his weekend fire at Re- ional Economic Expansion linister Jean Marchand, say- ng over open-line radio that Ihe ninisler is a buffon He accused Mr. Marchand ot ilackmail for allegedly linking ndustrial assistance with Ji jberal victory. Mr. Marchand's cabinet col cague Jean-Luc Pepin returned lie nltack Sunday, in Waterloo. Juc., annointEng Mr, 'Claude the First, King of Que- bec." "Mr. Wagner Is the stop-gap par excellence of the Conscrva- ive said the industry minister. Mr. Pepin I-etlihridge Pincher Creek flingim; figures back and forth I Medicine Hat K A M L 0 O P R Prime s e r v a 11 v e Leader Robert I ,ind said that an across-tne- jn ovcr tho Rovcrn. i Edmonton Minister I'ierrB liUiut Trudeau SUnficld says he'll not only i board personal Income tax cut employment record, now views himself as .1 "re-1 nbolish the three per cent hike, I would only make the situation I also had unkind words tor the Social Credit leader: "As far as Real Caouettc is concerned, he is a good guy who, I believe, is a Bomb search was fruitless LONDON Oshawa hut UNLIMITED! MORTGAGE LARGE CMHC PROJECTS amounts available -Jrom to in excess or for Home Owner approved loans up to Olher Loans from for new or existing residences apartments hotels motels coinmercial and industrial acreages Second Mortgages from 3500.00 There is no tjucolion thai Ihc r.ffcr lo purcl'iasc submilltfl in the name tri Lhe Oily of Oshawa specifically a.skcd fnr two said Cliambcrlaiii. He Uie terms and condi-. Lions on Ihe sales of Uie jcl air- cusation last wccik that the prime minister is puilty of ouL- riplit lies in his claim of one million jobs created since Mr. Trudeau used Statistics Canada figures to show the number of people employed lias grown to from 000 In April, 1C58 when he took over the government. SAYS USELESS Speaking Saturday to an au- dionce of about 5000 in Prince George, B.C.. Mr. Tnuleau qui- etly said Ihe Con.servalive leader's charge was a shrill ac- cusation lhat wasn't useful Lo the democralice proccs.s. Sunday, Mr. Klanfleld said on fhe, CTV program Oneslion Pc- that Ihcre ;ire in fncl only 341.000 more jobs. Without ex- plaining the source of his fig- ures, he said the prime minis- ter's number inflaled will] seasonal employment figures that did not acuralely repre- sent actual jon crealion. Later in Ihc day. s D e a k from Otlaua on Ihe radio show Cross Country Checkup, Mr. Stanfiold accused the prime minister of appealing lo anti-Ontario prejudice In criti- cizing the campaign role of Wil- liam Davis. Ihe province's Con- servative premier. "Mr. Tnideau suggesls (liore Grande Prairie Banff Calgary Victoria Prince George Kamloops Vancouver ___ Saskatoon Regina Toronto Ottawa Montreal SI. John's CharloltcloMTi Frctfericton llonie Paris....... London Berlin....... Amsterdam Moscw..... Stockholm Tokyo II C2 G2 fO 01 59 CO 61 6-1 43 C7 53 47 57 47 42 45 49 41 41 M 41 SO "7 I, I'rc 23 31 25 23 31 23 29 115 20 27 3G 29' 2D 37 31 31 30 .Of so .or FORECASTS Calgary; Lcthbridgc: Today, sunny, highs 50 55. Tuesday, mainly cloudy with a few sunny periods. Lows rear 25. Highs in low SQa. Columbia Koolrnav Regions Today and Tuesday clear. Cold loniglit. llighi to- day Jintl Tuesday 55 to 60. tonight 25 lo 50. MONTANA Knsl of Conlinrnlal Moslly fair today. P a r t ly cloudy west and south cloudy with a few snow showers north- east lonight and Tuesday. Cool- er northeast today and east and north portions Tuesday. Ilighs today 50s except 403 northeast. Lows tonight mostly 25 to HiRhs Tuesday 40s east and north 50s southwest. We-sf nf Umlincntal Divide- Mostly (air today through Tuesday. A few showers south- ern mounlains Ihis afternoon. Valley fog devctoclng all sec- lions lonight. Lnlle Lemper- aliirc change. Highs today ami Tuesday 505. Lous tonight 2i to 35. LETHBRIDGE r Phone 32'8-5B48 Mr. Mr.Nedy Mild ii mlumr-v the offer In pin- I chase made on of I cily s cbamljt.r of com- mom1 l-'rofl president r-f j t'r.o clinmbcr. sairl tlio mont '.ins "Inrncd lo an i intermediary.1' I HP s.'iid Hip chamlxr In'- to tfrtrrmino what tiappen- WluMT, parly leaders aro Prime Minisler Trudeaii CoriM i i-'ilivc- Stfnv Xi'v; l.cuis Tiininins. Onl I Social f'rcdil louder craft frames specify that they are to iistd fiolrly tor dis- play or exhibit. Under no con- ditions d n sale allow re- filling fur flight, ho added. Reports from Washing ton Smuiiiy indicated Hint I'.ui er sold Kindlon wnd J.oiulon, Onl., rnatc-h tv.o rcjjirilercd uith the KAA, 'I'hc olhor (no plants, to used as monu- niLDls, Maritime Aircrafl and of Monc- Ion, IS'.B. 'flic company nol involved with the plane which cra-shcd in Sacramento. Davkl McKwan, president of Maritime, Iho planes luid Ixicti stripped domi and the buyer said they ucie 'going lo Kingston and J Condon. He said Ilic salo.s slips fur tic ucre inatle mil In Mr. I't-JuH'd SitiuJay In disno1! HIP srilrs in drlsil or .say u-nnl hn did uitii ffir flii I f Teacliers ohjccl lo cluinii fCP> Itop- of tlie city's -Vnft pnhlir school teachers said lo- iffjy their lioard's derision to rhanye and closing dale-i is n clear viola- tion of the Labor Act. I'iClty Seymour, president of the Kdmonton local of (he Al- brrla Toachors Association said Ihc act rules lhat working condilions ,'iro Tlio hoard sairt rocontly srhool opening dates will moved back ono week at a time during the next Ihrce years until, P'.dmonion's publir schools cs by Anf. Ti I IIP .s ,1 in p lime, clo.sin1; tlrik-s ,'ii'c In be moved to Inlr M.'iy by I0ii7. School cur- ly Inte in -Tune And ro- 16" YEAR-END SPECIAL Cultivator Shovels -........S2-95 5-J.70 .GO CHISELS THESE ARE UNITED SHOVELS AND FULLY GUARANTEED GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Courts Highwcjy Phone 326-IH1 OrKICML .AS OF A.M TODAY COURTT-SY OK ANA highways In the bridtfc dislrict nrc in flood driv- ing condition. Construction Is reported on Highway 3 between Fort Mac- Icod nrul Monarch where .shoul- der bronrionirifj Is now under Ilighv.-ay, Li nlso bare and in d driving condition. MouHsls nrc udvJLcd lhat the Crouton-Sain jo area report that snpw lircs or chains should Ixi carried while travelling Lliroufjb Hint area. 1, 'IVatis f.'imidn l.ogan IJass closed. I'OHTS Of (Opening and Closing Timr.o: foul 15 21 hours: Carway 7 a.m. lo Del fionita 9 .1 in, lo 6 p.m., RoosdvilLc, H.f'. 9 in. In 6 pm KiiiH-'-Hak1, II f'.; 21 PnrlliilL R n.m (o midnight; Chief Mountain closed; Wildhoni, I i.m. to ft p ro, ;