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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 - THI IETHBRIDG8 HERALD - Saturdoy, October 23, 1971 Mahoney has opinion on Hellyer WEYBURN, Sasfc. (CP) -Paul Hellyer, leader of the Action Canada Party, Is not regarded by Liberals in the House of Commons with any kindness, Patrick Mahoney, MP for Calgary South, said Friday. Mr. Mahoney, who is parliamentary secretary to finance minister Edgar Benson, said Mr. Hellyer's failure to attract a following when he resigned as minister of transport has made him bitter. Mr. Hellyer Is searching for more popularity than he is prepared to be responsible for at the present time, he said. The parliamentary secretary said although he likes Mr. Hellyer, he has no respect for the measures he is advocating or the means he is taking to accomplish them. Teacher talks break down RED DEER (CP) - A strike date will be set Sunday by a strike committee set up this week by teachers in the Battle River school district, a spokesmen for the teachers said Friday. Chuck Connors of Edmonton said mediation talks broke down Thursday. By law, the teachers must give two days notice to the school boards before taking strike action. STRIKING THE BELL - Telephone operator! picket outtlde the Bell Telephone Company headquarters in Toronto Friday as walkouts tpreod across Ontario and Quebec. Long-distance services were disrupted by the walkout, staged to protest against delays In reaching a new collective agreement. Train whistle bylaw probed RED DEER (CP) - The Canadian Transport Commission will investigate a bylaw passed last month by the Red Deer dry council prohibiting the blowing of train whistles inside the city. Mayor R. E. Barrett said he received notification of the investigation Friday in a letter from the commission. The commission recommended that the city not proceed with the bylaw until after the investigation is complete, be said. Yes You Can FINISH HIGH SCHOOL wifh our modern, all-new correspondence courses - YOU CAN COMPLETE ALL LESSONS IN SPARE TIME -AT NOME OR ON THE JOB. Certificate Awarded. Student* may take General Program or Univeriity Entrance. Lew monthly tuition. All books supplied. FREE brochure and data tuppllea immediately. NATIONAL COLLEGE 434 4th AVE. S.E., CALGARY Name........Age .... Address .............. ....... Phone ........ AN ALL-CANADIAN COLLEGE Telephone operators won't report TORONTO (CP) - Walkouts by telephone operators in some Ontario and Quebec communities Friday are expected to spread through both provinces, union spokesmen said. More than 3,000 operators walked off their jobs Friday and others were refusing to report to work, delaying long-distance service to many points. Mary Lennox, president of the Traffic Employees Association which represents about 8,500 Bell Canada opeators, office staff and dining service workers employed in the two provinces, said the walkouts were "not authorized." The operators were protesting against delays in reaching a new collective agreement with the company. "ft is unfortunate but I can understand the impatience of these girls," Miss Lennox said. Mel James, a spokesman for the company, said service will be maintained by supervisory staff, though it will be slower than normal. The walkouts do not affect local calls and direct dialing but are interrupting operator-placed long-distance calls and other services that have to be handled by operators. Miss Lennox said people hired through private employment agencies also are manning switchboards. She said the union attempted to persuade its members to return to work but they have refused until the union can assure them that Bell is bargaining in good faith. "We're not in a position to give them that assurance at Ibis time," she said. Union demands have not been made public but are reported to include increased Job security and wage parity with operators in British Columbia. Senator Gravel backs Greenpeace VANCOUVER (CP) - A message of support from U.S. Senator Mike Gravel awaits the arrival of the Greenpeace Mission to protest the Amchitka nuclear test blast today when the Phyllis Cormack arrives at Juneau, Alaska. Communications officers Do- ^ADITION 25ozs. BigTaste TRADITION Rye Whisky Schenley made it full-bodied and mellow. Yet smooth. You made it our fastest growing Canadian Rye Whisky. Iwikyou. Bank leaves Natal SPARWOOD (HNS) - The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce at Natal wil 1 close its doors for the last time Oct. 29. The bank will open at its new location Nov. 1. The new site is in the Greenwood Shopping Centre here. Dave Pecknold will continue as manager of the bank at Sparwood. He will have a staff of eight persons. Hours of business will be 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Thursday and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Fridays. On the day of opening at the new site, coffee and cake will be served, compliments of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. The Catholic Women's League is in charge of the affair. The Royal Bank and the Olympia Restaurant are set to open Nov. 3. Overwaitea Grocery Store and several other stores will open at a later date. It is expected the official opening of the shopping centre will take place about the middle of November. rothy Metcalfe said the Alaska Democrat sent a telegram to the captain and crew of the Canadian halibut boat because he is unable to attend a reception for the Greenpeace crew. In the telegram, Senator Gravel said he is grateful as an Alaskan for the Greenpeace support in efforts to block the proposed five-megaton underground test He said the Greenpeace mission succeeded in drawing the attention of Alaskans and the people of the entire Pacific rim to the risks involved in the nuclear experiment. Mr. Gravel picketed the White House in Washington Thursday with two Canadian members of Parliament to demonstrate his opposition to the test. Tax bill specifics tackled Battery drive Saturday FOREMOST (HNS) - First Foremost Scouts, Cubs and Venturers will hold a battery and bottle drive in this area today. Mrs. Irene Wallman reports the 1st Foremost Scout Troop is now meeting under leadership of the new scoutmster, the Rev. Leslie Smith. They meet at 7 p.m. Thursdays at the Foremost Conununity Hall. All boys 11 to 13 years of age are welcome. WARDS RENTALS Belt Vibrators, Exerciser likes. Trim Gym Cots, Shampooers, etc., etc. PHONE 328-8775 OTTAWA (CP) - After 17 days of general debate on the government's massive tax-change bill, the Commons agreed Friday to get down to specifics. Starting Monday, MPs will be required to debate only particular subject matters-something they Have been supposed to be doing since Oct. 13. The first will be the government proposal to raise the basic income tax exemptions to $1,500 from $1,000 for single persons and $2,850 from $2,000 for married persons. The new deal, which required all-party agreement, is designed to speed up progress of the bill. The government hopes to have the debate completed before year's end and so the changes can go into effect Jan. L WILL SEEK CHANGES But Stanley Knowles (NDP- Winnipeg North Centre) served notice that his party will move amendments to raise the basic exemptions proposed by the government He didn't say by how much. Gordon Ritchie (PC-Dauphin) claimed the end of the three-year tax holiday for mines would discourage investment in that field. Faces charge CALGARY (CP) - John Clement Moiny, 27, of Calgary was charged with non-capital murder Friday following the death of an unidentified city woman. The woman's body was found eariier in the day in a downtown apartment. Mountain beauty to be preserved EDMONTON (CP) - The Alberta government plains to adopt regulations which will prevent future strip-mining operations from impairing the esthetic beauty of mountainous areas, Environment Minister Bill Yurko announced Friday. Mr. Yurko said a rewritten surface reclamation act will be introduced during the 1972 session of the legislature. Meanwhile the environment conservation authority will conduct public hearings Into land utilization and development within the Canmore corridor west of Calgary. He said strip mining of coal up the face of Mount Rundle, near the eastern boundary of Banff National Park, will be restricted. The government will prevent the extension of strip mining further up the face of the mountain. Mr. Yurko said strip mining of coal within the present works on Mount Rundle will be permitted to continue to completion, which is expected next summer, followed immediately by adequate reclamation. The minister said the government's decisions on the Mount Rundle operation were influenced by the fact that Can-more Mines Ltd. employs 300 people and has exhibited good corporate practices in the matter of reclamation practices. The progressive Conservative government considers that commitments made by governments prior to September, 1971, must generally be honored. Mr. Yurko said the forest on Mount Rundle is overly mature, interspersed with fallen and decaying timber, and is in danger of uncontrollable fire which could present an acute danger of the town of Canmore. ^ i Funeral set for Kostynuik BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - Funeral service will be held Manday for Harry Kostynuik, 54-year-old Beltevue farm bachelor killed in a single truck accident shortly before noon Thursday on Highway 3 at Sentinel. Mr. Kostynuik, an employee of Revelstoke Lumber Company Ltd., was driving his half-ton truck west. Apparently the vehicle went off the south side of the highway. It is thought he swerved to miss a dog that was crossing the highway. RCMP said he apparently fell out of the truck. The vehicle rolled on him. Blairmore RCMP are invests J. Coroner F. S. Radford said an inquest will not be held. A dead dog was found lying near Mr. Kostynuik's body about 30 feet from the truck. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Mary Kostynuik, one sister Mary Kostynuik, and brothers George and Nick, all of Bellevue; and three brothers, Mike, John and Bill all of Blairmore. Mr. Kostynuik was born March 9,1917 at Passburg, near Burmis. Requiem mass for Mr. Kostynuik will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, Oct. 25, at St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church, Blairmore. Soccer results LONDON (CP) - Old Country soccer scores Saturday: ENGLISH LEAGUE ... Division I Chelsea 3 Southampton 0 Derby 2 Arsenal 1 Ipswich 2 Stoke 1 Leeds 3 Everton 2 Liverpool 2 Huddersfield 0 Man City 2 Sheffield U 1 Newcastle 0 Man United 1 Tottenham 6 Notts F 1 West Brom 0 Leicester 1 West Ham 1 Wolverhampton 0 Division II Birmingham 2 Preston 2 Blackpool 1 Queen's PR 1 Bristol C 5 Orient 3 Cardiff 6 Charlton 1 Hull 1 Burnley 2 Luton 0 Carlisle 2 Middlesbrough 2 Watford 1 Milwall 2 Norwich 1 Oxford 2 Sunderland 0 Portsmouth 6 Fulham 3 Sheffield W 1 Swindon 0 Division III Barnsley 0 Bradford 2 Blackburn 1 Mansfield 1 Bolton 0 Swansea 0 Bournemouth 3 Aston Villa 0 Halifax 2 Chesterfield 0 Notts C 2 Oldham 0 Plymouth 1 Wrexham 3 Port Vale 4 York City 3 Rochdale 3 Bristol R 1 Shrewsbury 0 Rotberham 1 Walsall o Brighton 1 Division IV Aldershot 3 Darlington 0 Barrow 0 Scunthorpe 1 Brentford 1 Southend 2 Cambridge 4 Colchester 2 Chester 4 Hartlepools 0 Crewe 0 Bury 0 Exeter 2 Stockport 0 Gillingham 1 Newport 2 Grimsby 0 Southport 1 Lincoln 3 Peterborough 2 Workington 5 Reading 0 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Cap Final Celtic 1 Partick 4 Division I Airdrieonians 1 East Fife 1 Clyde 0 Dundee U 3 Hibernian 6 Falkirk 0 Kilmarnock 2 Hearts 2 Morton 0 Aberdeen 1 Rangers 4 Motherwell 0 St. Johnstone 2 Ayr 0 Division n Brechin 2 Albion 2 Clydebank 1 Cowdenbeath 4 E Stirling 1 Dumbarton 3 Forfar 1 Montrose 5 Hamilton 0 Alloa 5 Raith 1 Queen of S 1 Stenhouseimur 0 Arbroath 1 Stirling 1 Queen's Pk 1 Stranraer 2 Berwick 1 IRISH LEAGUE City Cap Ards 2 Glenavon 1 Cdleraine 3 Cliftonville 0 Crusaders 1 Ballymena 1 Distillery 3 Bangor 1 Glentoran 5 Derry City 0 Portadown 2 Linfield 1 EXECUTIVE HOME FOR SALE! Natures 3 bedreoms, 2 berths, open hearth, many ether extras. Full price $46,500. Immediate possession, Inspection by appointment please. 1809 7th Avenue South, O. J. (Don) HigaJns, lus. Phone 3214306 or Res. phone 32S422S. Seat belts urged for tractors CALGARY (CP) - A six member coroner's jury recommended Friday that tractor op-eratores wear seat belts. The recommendation was made after an inquest into the Aug. 17 death of Jeremie Daigle, 50, of Calgary. The jury said he was operating a tractor with an attached grass cutting device on a slope which was too steep. The tractor overturned and he was pinned under a rear wheel. Prison life reform urged SACRAMENTO, CaUf. (AP) - A private report for California prison officials has recommended dramatic changes in prison life, including closure of top-security Folsom and San Quentin prisons. The report, prepared by independent prison expert Robert Keldgord and a 62-member staff at a cost of $250,000, also suggested civilian dress for the state's 20,802 convicts, conjugal visits between husband and wives, background music during meals, brighter cell decor and "modesty" toilet panels. Conjugal visits have been permitted at only one prison, Te-hachapi. Some of the other 225 recommendations included ending almost all mail censorship, reducing to 10 days from 30 the maximum time for prisoners to be kept in isolation and elimination of two-man cells to reduce homosexuality. The report said California is on the wrong track trying to meet its growing correction problems by just expanding its system. It said Northern California's 116-year-old San Quentin and 91-year-old Folsom prisons should be closed. Because of their "old age, poor location, or large size .. . decent living conditions are almost unattainable in them," the report said. It proposed that future prisons be smaller and closer to major population centres. COUNTERPARTS - External Affaire Minister Mitchell Sharp mokes a point during a joint news conference In Ottawa Friday with Emilio O. Rabasa, foreign minister of Mexico. The news conference followed two days of discussions between Canadian and Mexican officials during which It was decided to expand cultural, commercial and other relations between the two countries. Recreation grant wanted by towns and Taber MD TABER (HNS) - Representatives from the towns of Taber and Coaldale and the MD of Taber are expected to make a united approach to the Provincial Government for the $10 per capita recreation capital grant promised by former department of social services minister Raymond A. Speaker d u r i n g a pre-election tour of the south. Mr. Speaker bad said here that the grant was provided under existing legislation, and the grant "is not an election promise" but is available on application. Recrea t i o n superintendent Roy Blais was directed by the town council to make arrangements for a representative of the Coaldale town council to accompany Bruce Milliken of the Taber council and a delegate from the MD on the trip to the premier's office. It is expected that MD reeve Clarence Jesperson will be one of the three making the trip. Who stole underwear? TABER (HNS) - Who stole the underwear? During recent weeks Taber police received numerous reports of feminine under clothing removed from clothes lines in the northeast part of town. Vigilance on the part of police, and a midnight report of a prowler in the area, led police to a suspect. Routine police work resulted in admission of guilt by a local juvenile youth and another teen-aged local boy involved in the thefts. GENE R ALl, FARM SUPPLIES! , PRESENTS TWP rv, -t^"'1' Weather and road report 12:00 44 ABOVE ^ ZERO AT SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET 5:24 Lethbridge......60 Medicine Hat.....66 Pincher Creek .... 56 Calgary.........60 Edmonton ... ...  56 Banff ... �.....� Penticton........59 Prince George ... . 53 Kamloops.......55 Vancouver......  S3 Prince Albert ... .59 North Battleford . . 60 Swift Current.....53 North Bay.......61 Regina ..........55 Winnipeg ........6� Toronto.........66 Ottawa.........64 Montreal.......... 61 Quebec.........56 Miami..........84 Minneapolis......57 New York ... .... 66 phoenix.........86 NOON 7:07 30 .. 32 .. 30 .. 31 .. 22 .. 32 .. 44 .04 29 .. 40 .. 45 .55 39 .. 39 .. 37 .. 42 .07 33 .. 36  55 .34 52 .01 50 .. 50 .. 76 .. 44 .. 59 .. 55 .. Rome........... 78 42 Paris........ ... 70 42 .. London ...... ... 70 55 Berlin.......... 59 51 .. Amsterdam..... 46 55 .. Madrid.........71 53 .. Moscow......... 45 37 .. Stockholm....... 50 39 .. FORECASTS I Lethbridge-Medlclne Hat - Mostly sunny today. Afternoon showers in a few localities. Highs 55-60. Sunny and cooler Sunday. Lows tonight near 30, highs Sunday 50-55. Calgary - Sunny with cloudy periods today, afternoon showers in few localities, highs near 50. Sunny Sunday, lows 25-30, highs 45-50. Kootenay, Colombia - Today: Cloudy with a few periods of rain except for snow at higher levels. Sunday: Mostly cloudy with a few showers in the Columbia district. Highs both days 45 to 50; lows, 30 to 35. INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS FALL DANCE Saturday, October 30th - 9 p.m. 702 WING HAIL. LETHBRIDGE AIRPORT ADMISSION $3.00 PER COUPLE - DRISS INFORMAL For tickets call ROBIN WHEELDON 327-6141 or MAR1ENE TREMEL 328-3786 SNOWMOBILE CLEARANCE XL-14 ALOUETTE SNOWMOBILES with world renowned Sachs Motor Clearing at $770.00 We will accept good dry No. 2 Wheat at $1.25 per bushel. SAVE DOLLARS... DEAL NOW GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Courts Highway lethbridge Phone 327-3165 (CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNNOONS) OFFICIAL AS AT 8:00 A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF A MA All roads in the Lethbridge | In good winter driving condl-district are bare and dry and|tion. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Times): Coutts 24 hours; Carway 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. MST; Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Rooseville, B.C. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., 24 hours; Porthill Rykerts 8 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain closed. Wildborse, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.- Logan Pan closed, ;