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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta JZ 1HS LETHBRIDGS HERAIO Wcdneitfoy, Odobsr 18, '.ussia text withdraivn in B.C VICTORIA (CP> Thc pro-, cr. said lie lias Educa- vinci.il education department! lion Minister Eileen Dailly will halt ordering and distribu-j about the book, lie said lie and lion nf a Grade 6 social stud-1 his wife object lo (he anti-Rus- ies textlwok that claims the Soviet Unioii is solely rcspon- sian slant ot material in it. Mrs. Dailly said she had not sible for causing wars In Viet- j read Hie book nor received any iiam, Korea nnd the Middle official complaint about it but East. John Meredith, superintend- flunk there's any book in our cnt of instruction services, said system that is biased in one Tuesday the department will way or another." also either withdraw the text] The textbook was approved Visit Ttussi.i in all its vcr- by the provincial department of sions or substitute a British education, but Mr. Meredith version if it's available. said it was possible the reading The text, published in Can- ada by Longmans Canada Ltd. _ ______ OTTAWA (CD External [she would be "very upset to Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp has completed a study of future Canada-United Slates relations vdUi the conclusion that this country should increase its in- dependence while maintaining not read the last section of the book dealing with in the world today. Sharp gives options harmonious relations with its In a 21-page booklet, Canada- Among the book's claims are tion, The book used in B.C. was that: I written for U.S. readers. Russians and Americans j Its authors arc John C. Cakl- have been at wa'.- since 1045. j well, and Julian Popescu, who Tlis Soviets are prolonging I is listed in'the book as having the Viclnatn I lived in Romania through "both Russians rarely keep J the Ge.Tnan and Russian occu- promiscs. pations." He now lives in Eng- In every part of the world land. has actively tried ere-1 Ttie provincial education de- atinf? trouble. parlment is expected to decide Glen Sledham. of a i on what to do ioout the text North Vancouver school tench- j within about two weeks. Cities 'need more money' nadian economy "and other a: of national life" and re- duce the present vulnerability from outside influences. "If Ihe outcome is a Canada more confident in its identity, stronger in its capacity lo sat- isfy the aspirations of Cana- dians and better equipped to play its part in tlie world, it is an" outcome that is bound to make Canada a better neighbor and partner of the United ales. Above all, it is an outcome rat should buttress the contin- ation of a harmonious rela- onship between tha two coun- OTTAWA (CP> Shortages of funds available lo municipal governments have often led to development decisions that have undesirable social and economic results, says a report prepared for the Central Mort- gage and Housing Corp. The 87-page report, prepared by Thomas J. Plunkctt, direc- tor of the institute of local gov- ernment ot Queen's University, Kingston, Ont., says that much- needed money can only be pro- vided througn reallocation of taxing powers and fiscal re- sources between federal and provincial governments. largely on the yield of real property taxation, but tliis source of revenue was being tapped to pay for increasing costs of service over which municipal govern- ments have no control." REVENUE ERODED "This process of revenue ero- sion has now reached the point where, in most Canadian prov- inces, the requirements of local education authorities absorb more than half of the total funds raised annually from property taxation." Continued dependence on the diminishing property tax re- rhp ptudv released Tuesdav madn f'nr the rMHC's nol- i dUCeS the caPacity local urgmt wa icy planning di policy of the corporation. Mr. Phmkett says the reve- nue structure of municipal gov- ernment, unchanged in a cen- tury, is "excessively rigid." Municipalities had to depend Cabinet split denied QUEBEC (CP) There Is "no division" among Quebec cabinet ministers over the gov- ernment's approval of the ap- pointment of B United States engineering firm as consultant for the James Bay hydroelectric project, a spokes- man in Premier Robert Eour- fcssa's office said here. The issue has been discussed I by the cabinet, but it is "abso-i hitcly false" to slate that thc i cabinet is divided over the ap- pointment, the spokesman add- ed. The government official was responding to a published re- port that at least four Quebec cabinet ministers ping with angei choice of Bechtei Quebec Ltd., urban needs, be adds. Even more important was the effect that dependence on prop- erty tax had on local govern ment decisions. As decisions tend to be con sidered in the light of the effec on the property tax base, devel opment policies are often un dertaken because they mlgh improve the fiscal resources o local government, he says. "The fact that such policie, might also have undesirable so- c i a I and economic con sequences is frequently min imized because of the more a" luring prospect of an expansio of property tax assessment." Mr. Plunkelt says additions revenues must be made avail able to local governments to re store balance and perspectiv to decision-making and provid funds to meet new needs. Juebec riding byelectioii annulled HULL, Que. (CP) Judge Arthur Labbe of Superior Court annulled today the Oct. 11 Que- ec byeleclion in Galineau rid- cg and ordered a new byelec- ion wiUiln 25 days. Opposition parties called for recount alter It was dis- covered lhat ballots In the rid- ng carried consecutive num- bers. The opposition candidates said the numbering could be used lo find out how individuals voted. Liberal Michel G ration won the byeleclion with votes. Harold Kelly of the Units-Que- party had votes and Pierrette Dupont-Rousse of the Parti Quebecois had The Unite-Quebec and PQ candidates lost their depos- its because their vole totals were less than 50 per cent of the winner's. Queen Tito cheered by thousands BELGRADE (neuter) Thousands of Yugoslavs hronged flag-decked streets Tuesday to give the Queen a leartwarmlng welcome to Hie capital of this Communist conn- Iry, The crowds packed sidewalks tour to five deep In places to watch the Queen and President Tito drive by In an open car [rom tho airport. There were frequent cheers and burst of prolonged clap- ling as the procession wound slowly through the city centre. Long-time crowd watchers j'udgcd the Queen's reception as a bigger turnout than that ac- corded President Nixon in 1970 and other foreign dignitaries recent years. The atmosphere on the streets during Ihe 40-mlnutc drive was jovial and relaxed, and British diplomats said they were struck by the sincerity and spontaneity ol the public welcome. Travelling with Prince Philip and Princess Anne, the Queen (lew In lo Surcln Airport for a red-carpet greeting by Tilo, his wife Jovanka and high officials. The Queen, visiting a Com- munist country for the first lime, will spend two days in Belgrade before starling a 780- mile tour which will take her lo Borne ot Yugoslavia's most pop- ular beauty spots. Security arrangements unobtrusive, although bridges along Ibe route were closely guarded and hundreds ol marshalled the crowds. The Queen plunges into a busy round of official engagements today with British officials de- by immediate im- pact she has made on the Yu- goslav public. The Queen, on the second day of nor first visit to a Commit- nist country, starts tha day by planting a "tree of peace" in Belgrade's Park of Friendship before visiting Belgrade Uni- versity. Flurry of speeches continues prices hit AT DESK Dave Barrett, New Democratic Parly Prem- ier of British Columbia, smiles up at the press gallery from tho government leader's desk at Tuesday's opening of the fait session of the B.C. legislature. Sealed beside Mr. Barrelt is Eileen Dailly, education minister and deputy premier. (CP Wirephoto) ;Tliiiik tank5 slow' '76 Olympics estimates promised MONTREAL (CP) Mayor Jean Drapeau promised Tues- day to reveal complete cost es- timates for the 1076 Oiympic Games by tiie end of this month. The mayor would not release details of the financial plans but added that he is not wor- .ure of federal make a fi- 14 days lo prevent postal strike OTTAWA (CP) First meet- ing of the conciliation board es tablished to deal with a con- tract dispute between postal workers and the govern- ment was to be held today. Chairman of the three-man boarci is Owen Sliirrte, vice- chairman of the Ontario Labor Relations Board. Thc Council of Postal Unions is represented by labor consultant William Walsh of Hamilton and the "govern- ment by Toronto lawyer Bruce Stewart. The board has 14 days lo j consider the dispute, although the parlies or Ihe public ser- vice staff relations chairman, Jacob Finkelman, may extend the time. Seven days after a report is made to Mr. Finkel- man, the union would be in a legal posilion to strike. says go MONT GABRIEL, Que. (CP) Most of the 100 scientists at a special federal government "think tank" this week would probably say "go slow on a nat- ural gas pipeline to the North." But the scientists believe the decision will be political and economic rather lhan scientific. Dr. J. Tuzo Wilson, a geophy- sicist and principal of Toronto's Erindale College, told a news conference Tuesday that most scientists, especially earth, plant and wildlife specialists, would want more lime to do re- search. But the rate of development dent of the Royal Society ot Canada, said that if the country is thinking of spending about SG billion on a pipebne, then much more research money must be available to evaluate what wil happen when oil and gas re- serves in the North are used up. He said the world faces a crisis in supply of fossil fuel (oil. gas and coal) and that tins could happen 'Svit'un a life- time." He said this could be as close as 20 years or as far off as 60. depending on the reserves and how they are used. By TIIE CANADIAN PRESS Prime Minister Trudeau spent a busy pep-up day in Ihe Toronto area, capped by a packed Maple Leaf Gardens rally and spiced by a mil- ion walerfront park announce- ment. Conservative Leader Robert Slanfield got a bomb scare in "Ihicoutimi, Que., and spent the julk of the day taking a dis- tinct back seat to and fluently Wagner. New Democrat Trader David Lewis went to the original medicare province and blis- lereti Ihe Liberal government for drug prices so high they are "mind-blowing." Social Credit Leader Rea] Caouelte stumped Quebec's de- pressed Gaspc area, saying the Liberal welfare program is a patchwork wliicii "gives lo Ihose who need and for- gets those who do need." So it went Tuesday, Oct. 17 with 13 political shopping days until the voters have their say in the Oct. 30 federal election. Mr. Trndeau made a round o speeches- in Toronto and Brampton but the big one was in the North, .and therefore the scientific activity, will likely be tied to political and economic j JQ conditions, he said. Dr. Wilson j said the government wants to P I. see the development of the I North and is pushing for the I _f vci 1- pipeline. j ol Trudean hob-line Monday he night shindig at the Gar- lens, with the seats illed, capacity swelled by put- ing folding seals on the floor and a couple of thousand other pcisons vainly trying to get in off the nearby streets. Mr. Trudeau preceded files of Tivo die In crash STETTLER (CP) Two AI- jerta men died in a head-on collision between two vehicles 16 miles east of this east-cen- tral Alberta town Tuesday. Dead are Dennis of Red Deer and Robert Ben- jamin Flatters, 33, of Sherwood Park. cabinet ministers, MPs, Liberal party luminaries and hopeful candidates as he moved to the podium. Party workers had been given some seats'to fill and did so, sometimes by busing people in from nearby communities. Only an occasional catcall floated down to floor level as Mr. Trudeau said under the Liberals Canada has a chance in 1972 "lo bring it all to- gether" and break through on technical, social and geo- graphic frontiers in the years ahead. In tiie morning, External Af- fairs Minister Mitchell Sharp and Science Minister Alastair Gillespie, bolh Toronto MPs, unveiled the plan lor a mil- lion expropriation of iand along Toronto's central waterfront for park development. GENERAL Weather and road report. SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET Ix-llibriclcjc Medicine Hat Pinchcr Creek Calgary Edmonton I. Prc 18 31) 20 48 20 40 20 35 Prime Minister Trudeau will Coronation..... High Level...... were failu or" over the parties to nancial commitment for the a subsidiary of Bechtei Corp., r Montreal (fames because "the-, ai a consultant for the James doesn't need anv more Bay project. moncv. Tho four ministers were irlcn- "And il's not twins; to cor-t Earlier, Dr. R. F. Legget of Ottawa, former director of building research for the Na- tional Research Council, told reporters that scientists liavo the technical know-how to per- mit immediate construction of a pipeline in the Mackenzie Valley. Tills included the technology that would prevent damage to the environment and would en- sure participation in the project by northern natives, he said. However, he added that Ilic technology i'ur a pipeline in eastern arctic war not yet ad- vanced enough. Dr. Wilson, who is also presi- ENTERPIUSE, ORE. (AP) man sought in connection with an armed robbery and hi- jacking of a light plane In Idaho Tuesday was apnrehend- ed Wednesday in a haystack near Enterprise in isolated northeastern Oregon. The Wallov.a County sheriff's office said FBI agents arrested Joseph Thomas Johnston, 30, Portland, Ore. be on a television hot-line pro- g-am originating in Calgary Monday from to p.m. on Channel 13 Lc-thbddge. The program, to be moder- ated by Dale Partridge of Ed- monton, will be telecast during prime minister's last visit to Alberta before the Oct. 30 election. Questions will be accepted from points within Alberta and Saskatchewan. The program will be carried on television sta- tions in Alberta and in Regina, Moose Jaw and Saskatoon. Stations carrying pro- Banff........... 60 30 30 41 Peace River Rocky Mtn. House Penticton....... Prince George Kamloops...... Vancouver Prince Albert Saskatoon...... Thompson Begina......... Winnipeg....... Toronto.....- Montreal Quebec St. John's...... Charloltetown Fredericton gram will be CFCN-TV Cal- Chicago gary, with rebroadcasting sta lions at Banff and Lclhbridge; CFRN-TV Edmonton with re- Glass installer killed in fall Police from three stales con-1 broadcasting stations at Edson, verged on Enterprise Tuesday 1 Grande Prairie, Peace Hiver night to hunt for a gunman j and other northern Alberta who forced two hostages to fly j points; CHAT-TV Medicine Hal: him in a light plane to eastern CKRD-TV Red Drer; CKCK-TV Washington, where he fled in a I Hegina Moose Jaw and CB'QC- flolcn car. I TV Fhskatoon. 'Sovereign states' Tremblay's goal VANCOUVER 'CP) Can a-, in "ashes" the plans of the I without sacrificing its identity, nerica Act for -Ihe onlv Folutions will be "those I.os Angeles Rome...... Paris...... London Berlin..... Amsterdam Brussels 22 2G 18 21 24 43 20 55 30 50 21 58 28 EG 36 2H -4 .20 3 24 7 27 3 23 11 41) 22 46 22 .01 51 23 49 43 GO 33 .02 GO 30 .05 SO XI 71 02 Ii3 3D 61 45 52 54 45 54 '18 50 41 Madrid Moscow 53 52 41 36 FORECASTS Lethbrirlge, Medicine Sunny and warmer today ant! Thursday. High today near 55. Lows rear 35. liighs Thursday near 60. Calgary Sunny and warm- er today and Thursday. Highs today near 50. Lows 30-35. Highs Thursday 55-60. Columbia, koolenay day and Thursday, sunny, ex- i cept for a few early morning fog patches. Highs both days in the mid-oOs. Lows tonight, 25 to MONTANA Hast nt Continental Divide Fair west, cloudy east today, tonight and Thursday. Warmer Thursday. Highs today 45 to 55 except 30s northeast and ex- treme east. Lows tonight 15 to 25 east, 20s west. Highs Thurs- day 50s except 40s extreme CfSt. West of Continental Divide Partly cloudy today, tonight and Thursday with exteiisivs areas of night and morning fog. L1111 e temperature change. j Highs loc'-ay and Thursday, 45 I to 55. Lows tonight 25 to 35. jdian Confederation should b? British North Ame JtlCU 111 I all renegotiated lo provida "a true j "a federation of two nations. that Quebec Irrrorisip b jfcde-aiion of .sovereign Quelie'1. the centre of HIP "iven us an idea CALGARY William and equal partnership between j French-Canadian nation, ran no Trcmblay said, alnh Thompson, 5fi. a j Trench and be content wit Jn.ss installer, was killed wiici i groups. .iean-Xoel Trcmblay, i sHclcd powers and oil tifscd in the newspaper story as ;the taxpayer anything extra ci-; fei[ eight storeys at a build-: member of the fiscal sharing policies he Industry Minister r.ny Saint- he told a news confer-1 ing site in thc downtown area.: Quebec national assembly, said HP-EXAMINE POWERS Pierre, Later Minister Jeanencc. j Police said he apparently lost Tursd.iv. Quebec must liavc a Cournoyc-r Finance Minister j Mr. Drapeau's previous his balance as he uncovered a! Tho federal has place in a renewed federal sys-: bcc literature fit the university Raymond Garncau and have, set the cost of thc hole in an uncompleted floor. 1 never urdcrMood lhat il was tc-m under which the powers of b-fore returning to Quebec for' r.astonguay, social affairs mm-: Olympic installations at SI20 falling K'l feet from the 23rd to ncvcr to be more lhan the constituent governments j the opening of thc fall Icgisla- _ _ a means of liaison, he told a and co-ordinatini{ ferlcrnl live session. public meeting at Simon Fraser structure would he completely The Union Nationalc party pu University, Mr. Trcmblay said thc fed- eral government has divided the provinces and its increasing centralization of power has [eft re-examined, he said. If English Canada continues to ignore the problems of Que- bec, [o refuse to the province's desire to expand party- has changed Its name to Unite- Quebec. A lext of Mr. Tremblay's re- marks was released in ad- Two face charges in Yahloiiski murder YEAR-END SPECIAL CHISELS 5-J.70 THESE ARE UNITED SHOVEtS AND FUUY GUARANTEED GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutls Highway phono 328-1141 ENTIRE STOCK CLEARING AT DRASTICALLY REDUCED PRICES! Ciiik.-d Mim: officials we indicted Tuesday by a stn federal tfrar.d jury on eon-: ispiracy charges in the murder of Joseph A. Mock) Tho indictments charged Wil- limn Proier. 51, of LaFollrlto..........' Tcnn., and Pars. 58, o lllQ J' 1 fin t I W c nn if-v.TYi aVln rt All FIXTURES FOR SALE: CASH REGISTER, WALL CASES, MODELS, DISPLAY STANDS, TABLES, SHOWCASES, ETC. Middlesboro, Ky., with con- spiracy lo dfiprive Ynblonslu nf !iis rights nnrifr Cii'i! SMiih's Aft. :t--H allwd rnurrlrr dirrrlly from alkyrfl rorv-piracy. In liio jury ili v.iih obstructing jiLslice, structing a in vest i- lonski's guaranteed un- der federal labor laws. Pass, .score! nry-lrcnsurer of on tho UMW's polic-y-making international executive board. I'ralor is n DistrjrL 19 field ir-p- reserntitlive. Yal.lrjjUJ iitid his wifp and I dcaili iJi Uifiic Jioarby Cljircs- 1 villc TJe.c. three weeks aflcr YaNrinski j lost a bitterly election to ineutnhent A. Hoyle for the union's pre-sidency. j In addition to the fedf'rat In- Idiclmcnt, both nteo fare state j murder diai-grs in the Seven pcrsojis ar- rested KO far in the ca.se. Of those, only Pass and Pr.'slnr arc awfiiEint? Iriitl. Tliroc olh- ti'. luivo pleaded liiiiHy. v.hilo bocTi i to rJeaUi. AS OK A..M TODAY COUIITI5SV OK A.M.i All highways In the I.eth-, Highway, is also hare and ill Conslruetion Is reported oa Highway 3 between Fort Mac- leofl and Monarch where shoul- der broadening is now under way. Highway 1, Trans Canada Motorists arc advised that the C'reston-Salmo area feporl that snow tires or chains should bo curried while (ravelling through that area. Pass Is closed. PORTS OP F.NTRY (Opening and Closing Could 2-1 hums: O.rwny 7 a.m. In lu p.m.. Del liunita a.m. lo r> P.M.; Knosuville. II.C.