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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J> 1HI IFTMBR1DGE HERMD Friday, Odobtr 10, 1977 Top Tory sees Mr. Candy performing Wow job' Hy T1IF. CANADIAN VHKSS Stormy weather might have some Rusty heckling as he tried lo outline jiiirly platforms. Mr. Trudcau. wl bom the theme song Thursday really campaigning but flew lu in the campaign for the Oct. 30 i federal election. Conservative Lender Staufield accused Prime Minis- ter Trudeau of trying lo per- petrate a snow job on the elec- torate by handing out pre-elec- tion goodies. New Democrat Leader David Lewis found himself doing an unexpected extra day of cam- paigning in northern Alberta because his aircraft couldn't get through fog lo the West Coast. Social Credit Leader Heal Caoueile continuing a Quebec Prince Edward Island in prepa- ration for a plunge back into 1 Ihe contest today, found only a Robert i of 50 at Summer- side in temperatures and chill winds nfU'r he flew in from one of Ihe smallest airport arrival scenes he has experienced dur- ing the campaign. HITS GOODIES Mr. Stnnficld hit Prince Ed- ward Island earlier in the day and, while Mr. Trudeau was ar- riving, was telling a Chailotte- town crowd of about 1.000 jam- med inlo a high school audito- rium that they would soon be campaign along the lower St. j seeing Mr. Candy, the man who Lawrence south shore, ran into 1 specialized in perpetrating snow job on the people of Can- ada by Ixmding out election goodies." Dropping give-aways inlo the Staufield specif- cally mentioned announcement of a new walerfronl park (or Toronto jn.st before Mr. IVudcau held a huge rally [he a method of di- verting atlenlion from such down-to-earth issues ns the ris ing cost of living under the Trudeau Liberal government. Mr. Slanfield also reviewed a program of aid to small bus! ness that he announced earlier in the day in Toronlo. He told the Empi-e (here that a Conservative gov ernment would ft up a S30C million fund to hell) small bus! ness and decrease Tendon in Chile gravest in SANTIAGO (AP) Striking truckers and shopkeepers made new demanrlr; of Chile's leftist government Thursday after a week of turmoil which Presi- dent Salvador Allende de- scribed as "the gravest in our nation in recent years." Itiot police with truncheons and plastic sliields dislodged an anti-government sit-down dem- onstration from Chile's Central Dank, a block from Ihe presi- dential palace. The demonstrators, employ ees of the bank, left peacefully waving lo a crowd outside which jeered the police. Later Club several vehicles with soldiers pulled up to guard the banks entrance. Despite scattered incidents o icmplov- rock-throwing and the breaking I up of street comer groups, ten Small business must be heard, helped says finance minister years _ion won noticeably reduced In Santiago, which with 18 other >rovinces, is under a stale of inicrgeiicy, a form of martial aw, because of the truck' strike and wic'osprcad opposition to Chile's government. The striking truckers and shopkeepers, however, showed no intention of ending Ihcir strike wliich has caused short- ages of fuel and food. The truckers went on strike Oct. 10, seeking higher cargo rates and protesting the re- ported formation of a state- company in The shop- owned trucking soulhern Chile. keepers launched a naliona sympathy strike last Friday. Bombing victim Susini dies CALGARY (CP) Control of i small business by tax cuts and big government labor and busi-1 loans and could announce new the country's fiscal policies by i benefits by next must" 'be altered to give I He is on a campaign tour of Western Canada and plans to speak in 55 ridings before the election Oct. 30. In Edmonton, he said the cur- rent 60-day election campaign ness small business a voice, Finance Minister Jolin Turner said Thursday. He told a news conference the government has helped ''proud objective' VICTORIA (CP) Highways JUnister Thursday Robert Strachan accused opposition MLAs 'of spreading gloom about the slate of British Col- umbia's economy by constant references to ttie New Demo- cratic government's plans to take over B.C. Telephone Co. and possibly two natural gas firms. In winding up debate on the Liberals and Conservatives vot- ing against. Earlier. Attorney-Gener- al Alex Macdonald charged that and sensational Ls too long and should be re-1 duccd to 30 or 35 days. The .next Parliament should study possible changes in the Election Act, including drawing up a permanent electoral list. "From the people's point ot view, they don't need 60 days to make up their minds." He defended the Liberal gov- ernment's policy of industrial incentives aifjinst Ihe "sloga- neering" of NDP Leader David .jcwis with his "corporate wel- 'are-bum" charge. The NDP leader has chal- lenged the counlry's basic tax structure, Mr. Turner said in Calgary. A reinstatement ot the three per cent rebate on the in- come tax rate next year would not depress the economy he- cause consumer demand is still high. tlirone speech, Mr. Strachan tossed the blame for unem- ployment in the province back into the lap of the former gov- j ernment, ''proud newspaper reporting of a non- event had caused the millions of dollars in paper losses" by the utility's shareholders. He also blamed "strident pan- ic mongers" in the opposition tenches for Ihe drop in values He said the former Social j takeover B.C. Tel for years and Premier Dave Barrett merely repeated this party last Credit Government's studies j showed that eight per cent of B.C.'s population would be em- ployed in the primary field and yet the Socrerts con- tinued to court capital intensive industries rather than those which provide more jobs. The throne speech was ac- cepted by a 46-6 vote with the Strikers have friend in NDP govt. VICTORIA (CP1 The pn yincial New Democratic gov ernment will amend the Socia Assistance Act at a fuure ste sion of the British Columbia reported legislature to ensure strikers losses on paper in the millions and locked-out workers will re- but the papers did that them-1 ceive welfare benefits, selves by sensational and ex- ilitation Minister Norman Levi said Thursday. Mr. Levi (old reporters out- side the legislature he had not of B.C. Tel's stocks on the Van- ouvor Stock Exchange. The 55-year-old cabinet mem- ber said it had been the NDP's social objective" to Earlier Mr. Turner said Op- o s i t i o n Leader Robert :anfield's proposal lo extend le tliree-pcr-cent reduction in tersonal income tax through '73 and his other tax-cutting lans added up to billion. lie owes it lo tell Canadians here he's going to get the loney." Instead of lax relief to the liddle-income bracket, the ovemmcnt's last budget gave ncentive lo companies lo mprove Canada's competitive position in the world markets, IB said. Tliis was a long-range move hat would take time to be felt jut it was important because 25 cents of every dollar earned in !anada could be attributed to exports. newspapers He derided Mr. Lews' con- cern about a Mackenzie Valley pipeline bankrupting Canada, saying it reflected the NDF .eader's pessimistic outlook on Lhe country's economy. "I've got a lot more optim- ism in this country than Mr. Lewis and I'm sure the Cana- dian people share this." Mr. Lewis said in Prince Al- bert, earlier this week that the Liberal government has been advised of the pressures con struction of the billion lini would put on the economy. Mr. Turner said that properly handled, the project could funded without straining throught his falher back to Paris. Ms. dilemma faces MLAs 11 skirts VICTORIA (CP) To be a Ms. or not to be a Ms. was :he dilemma facing female members of tile British Co- lumbia legislature for the first time at tile start of the special fall session. When the printed seating ;lans for I he house were dLs- by the Speaker's of- fice it turned out that tliree New Democratic Party mem- bers preferred the women's liberation title rather than the conventional Miss or Mrs Those going the way of the liberated are Karen Sanford of Comox, Rosemary Brown of Vancouver South and Phyllis Young of Vancouver Little Mountain. Patricia Jordan Okana North! and Daisy Webste South) ai'i still going by Mrs. Education Minister Eilec Dailly did not have to declar her preference because she has an Hon. in front of her name. Of the three choosing Ms, two are married and Phyllis not. Superconductivity theory wins prize STOCKHOLM (AP) United states scientists made a clean weep today of the 1D72 Nobel Prizes for physics ami cliemis- ry, one of them scoring a unique double in physics. Threa Americans, Dr. Chris- ian Anfinsen of the National jistitute of Health at liethesda, ild., and Drs. Stanford Moore William Steiu of Rockefcl- er University in New York du- )licated an earlier triumph by trio of U.S. physicists by winning the 1972 chemistry prize. John Bardeen, Leon Cooper and John Robert Schrieftcr won the prize for physics with their theory of superconductiv- ity, the Eloyal Swedish Acad cmy of Sciences announced. It was the second Nobel Prize for 64-year-old Dr. Bar- deen of the University of Till nois. He shared the 1556 prize with two other Americans foi the development of the transis tor. Cooper. 42, is a professor at Brown University in Provi- dence, H.I., and Schrieffer, 41, s a professor at the University if Pennsylvania. The three will divide the .00 prize money equally. Anfinsen received half of flje chemistry prize for his work on ribonuclea.se, espo cially concerning Uw Ijotwecn the amino acid sequence and the biologically a c I i v c the said. Moore and Stein share other halt of the prize money "for Iheir contribution lo undertanding ot the connection between chemical structure and catalytic activity of the active centre of the rilxmuclease The medical prize was awarded Oct. 12 lo Dr. Gerald Edelman of the United Stales and Dr. Rodney Porter of Eng- land. Trudeau answers move travagant reporting of a he said. The attorney-general I hen Last vote lest for Pepiu TOUMMONDVILLE, Que. (CP) Jean-Luc Pepin, in- dustry, trade and commerce mirdster, said Thursday the Oct. 30 federal election cam- paign will be his last. pledged the takeover would be an "easy does it, no rus, no panic" operation on a free mar- ket for the security of share- holders' investments. He said the government yet seen a supreme court judgement which upheld the view of the former Social Credit government that persons in these categories do not qualify for assistance, would not allow value _of; that time our party took The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE :or by the actions of this lo and lockcd-out work- the shares to be artificially de- I pressed by sensational news stories government." The government beat back a non-confidence motion 37-16, in- itialed Wednesday by James Cliahot (EC-Columbia exnreising regret that th2 throne speech read Tuesday by Lt.-Gov. John Nicholson did not contain job-creating legislation and lacked incentives for sec- ondary industry. The Social Credit, Liberal and Conservative members teamed up to vote against the guvern- j Standing in Ihe M-mem- I her house NDP S3, Social I Credit 10. Liberal five, Coaler- i vativcs two. the position that the govern- ment could in fact give support 'Very mail plan Imminent the minister said, "Now that a ruling has been brought down by tlic courts, it's obvious that we'll have to take a look at changing our legisla- tion. Grain workers reach accord on beuefils The Building trade bill under study EDMONTON1 (CP) At- torney general Merv Lcitch is investigating the possibility of more stringent legislation for the prefabricated building industry following compla'nls that such legislation is lacking. The new legislation "will take some said Mr. Leitch. "Tt won't be at the fall session, for example." The attorney general's de- partment, RCMP, city police and the better business hnreiu all are investigating about six I prefabricated builders in Ed-' monton. Police say the build- ers "have taken hundreds of people for at least SI million over the last two years" by taking large deposits often on prefabricated build- By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Prime Minister ierre Trudeau told his former cabinet colleague Eric Kierans Thursday that he should con- tinue to work within the Liberal party lo seek to persuade more Liberals to accept Ihe Kierans point of view. "But I hope that you will not take a lack of agreement with your point of view on a given issue as an indicalion of any less concern for the integrity ol Canada than that which you yourself said the prime minister. He released the texl of- his re ply to a letter he received last week from Mr. Kierans, his for- mer minister of commu- nications. Mr. Kierans in thai letter advised Mr. Trudeau that because of the Liberal eco nomic policies he could not bring himself lo support Mr Ti'udeau in the Oct. 30 election. Mr. Kierans said that while he would not vote for Mr Trudeau in the prime minis ter's own constituency of Moun Royal wherein Mr. Kierans re sides, he would vole instead for the New Democratic Party candidate. Mr. Kierans said Mr. Kierans resigned from the cabinet over the economic; Chinese study oil equipment however that he remained a Liberal. Mr. Trudeau said he ha noted Mr. Kierans1 deternuiia lion not to vote Liberal in th election. EDMONTON (CP) Eleven citizens of Communist China were in Alberta Thursday to study heavy equipment used m the Canadian petroleum indus- try. Bight of the group were In Red Deer and three in Edmon- ton. A spokesman for Uie provin- cial department of industry, dcsTarh'Yn im. WhenTejtrade commerce, said tho i the cabinet he expressed group is investigating ccrn over Ihe conomic policies government and voiced feterBimation to challenge hem across the country. An conomist and former busmess- -nan he is a visiting professor n McGill University's faculty if management. sibility of using equipment made" and sold in Alberta for possible use ill China. The current visitors will be followed Nov. 1 by 13 doctors from Communist China, who will spend three days here to open a 12-day tour of Canada. GENERAL Weather and road report SALE! SALE! SALE! BEAUTIFUL THOMAS ORGANS From Only "J PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COLLEGE LTD. 530 Slh Street Soulh Phono VANCOUVER The post office soon will introduce a mail courier service that a postal official says will be more expensive than first-class mail, but will he "very fast." R. D. Myers, director of mar- ket development, revealed the proposal for Ihe service at a postal users' conference here Thursday. He told delegates the post of- fice hopes to have the courier service working in about six m on tils. As envisaged, the plan would take the form of a messenger service, within a city and be- tween cities, operating from and by Ihe post of- fice. A company or individual v.'ilh a parcel or mail bundle they want specially handled would call the post office which would dispatch a truck to pick it up. then simply closing shop, saving the company is broke, and re-establishing und- er a different name. Susini had been a member of the French diplomatic corps since Where the leaders are Prime Minister Summerside, P.E.I., Yarmouth and Anti- gonish, N.S. Conservative Leader Grand Falls, N.B., and Gander and Grand Falls, Nfld. New Democrat Leader Nanaimo, B.C. Social Credit Leader and Riv- iere-du-fvoup. Quo. SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET TI L Pi-e I.s-tbbriilge.......fi7 27 Pineher Creek 63 33 Medicine Hat..... 65 25 Calgary.......... 05 29 Edmontfin........66 30 Banff............62 29 High Level....... 54 31 Grande Prairie 58 SO .Edson........... C4 27 Rocky Mtn. House ffi 41 Penlicton 53 SO Prince George 43 30 .03 Vancouver....... 47 43 Prince Albert..... 57 28 Saskatoon........62 23 Swift Current..... C3 27 Thompson........40 18 Regina.......... 63 25 Winnipeg .........IS 30 Toronto.......... frit- rick Haugbtonj 24, of Edmonton was charged yesterday v-'Un possession of 5') pounds of plas- tic explosives am! rounds of ammunition by the de- fence department. He was arrester! after police raids vnich tucned up the ex- plosives and ammunition, I fashion was vemamJry] lo Oct. 27 ifiT elfjotjon and ple-i. adull.s, as a part of the reogan- ization. The first pha.se involves de- velopment of proposals and preliminary review. A special has been mobilized to assist the minister in tills The .second plia.sc i.s to review and consolidate legislation re- Flan? for the look" for i Uted to advanced education and is to be completed in late or early 1975. The minister ndicated there would be exlen-. sivc public involvement in this I aspect of the reorganization. Phase three will see inicgra- Dn of the first two phases. The final reorganization should he completed in 1075, Anfinsen received half of the 598.100 chemistry prize for "his work cm ribonuclease, espe- cially concerning the con- nection between the amino acid sequence and the biologically active the academy fiaid. Moore and Stein share the other half of the money "for Iheir contribution to the understanding of the connection between chemical structure and catalylic activity of the active centre of the ribonuclcare molecule." the academy staled. YEAR-END SPECIAL Cultivator Shovels 16" 18" CHISELS .70 THESE ARE UNITED SHOWS AND FULLY GUARANTEED GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES CouMi Highway Phono 328-1141 CHRIS' BEAUTY SALON 706 3rd Ave. South ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE ADDITION OF ANN BAKOS TO THEIR STAFF Ann has mony yean of experiunco Tn Iho hair ilyllno. field and ipodalizel in Ino over 40 Mr NEW APPOINTMENT SPECIAL PERMS Including Hoif Trim, Shampoo and Set Call 327-2079 OKI'ICr.M. AS OF A.M. TODAV COUIITKSV OF ASIA All in Hie I.clh- 1 Highway, i.s also hare, driv- jn driving bridge district are in good ing condition. i Construction is reported on Highway 3 between Fort Mac- Icod and Monarch where shoul- der broadening is now under way. Ilighway 1, Trans Canada dry good driving condition. Motorists art advised that the Creslon-Salmo nrea report lhat snow {ires or chains should bo carried while travelling Ihrotigh that area. Logan Pass Is closed. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing 2-f hours; Carway 7 a.m. lo in p.m.; Del Bonita f) a.m. lo B p.m.; Hooseville. U.C. a.m. In 6 p.m.: Kingsgnlo. H.C.: K lioiirv, Porlhill llykerls fl a m lo midnight; (hint Mountain closed; 8 a.m. to i p.m. ;