Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THE IEIHBRIDGE HKAID Monday, Otlobcr 23, 1971------ makes offer inces if elected CAU.AKY (CI'1 I'Maiikeil by thnv '.'jnsi'rv.iUvc miers. Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield offered prov- inces deal Sunday working partnership ill ;i nalion launched by of Tomorrow" con- ference lo he hold niter Ihe Ocl. 30 federal election. He said federal-provincial priorities conference start tlie long-needed job of de- vising a national development slralcgy for Ihe country. The development slratogy I would set house in or- der, make inventory of the country's resources, identify tiie areas of greatest potential antl provide an assessment, of future ,-ould I Tlie needs, priorities conference PROVINCIAL SUPPORT Premiers Richard HnfrSeld, Peter lougJieed, and Oil) Davis were on band lo vjpporl opposilion leader Robert Starfield al en election rally Jubilee Auditorium Sunday nl ghl. (CP Wirepholo) Caigory's arrested in outbreaks Chileans to continue strikes Interior Undersecretary Dan- iel Vergara said 30 persons were arrested in the resort city SANTIAGO Thirty- four persons arrested after terrorist attacks in scv- eral parts of Chile Sunday, and of Vina del Mar after truck drivers, shop owners and I cendiary devices damaged a professional groups announced railway and electric company facilities. (hey vouUS rontimie sinking until Ihc- leftist government meets their demands. Dr. Watson dies at 41 Dr. Stanley Howard Watson, director of laboratories al St. Michael's General Hospital and associate pathologist at Lelh- bridge Municipal Hospital, died He said four pc-rsous were ar- rested in Ranragua, south of Santiago, after similar allncks, and that there were fire bomb- ing> in Linares and at a Com- munist party office in a San- tiago suburb. No casualties reported. Tiie drivers, small business- men, doclors, dentists, engi- neers and architects delivered a petition to President Salvador Allendc's office demanding guarantees of job security and unhampered labor activity, an Sunday following a lengthy ill- ness. He was 41. Dr. Watson, who was bcrn in Barbados, moved to Lethbridpc in 19W. He is survived by his I inces widow, Helen, of 2401 22nd Ave. S his mother, one son, one daughter, one brother and one sister. f'uncral services will be held end to expropriations anil the would gel Canada "off and run- audience Uiat jammed Iho 2. nuig." 700-sent Jubilee Auditorium and "If would unleash Ihc cro.il- its lobbies, Mr. Slanfield said ivc energy .ind Iho plan- he is offering a deal lo all prc- nin" ni'uuls in our country. U miers, not just Ihe Irio who will culminalc in Canadians in were standing in support of him all [Jails of Ihc country know- on the stage, ing where we want lo y the government radio gave no further details, but the 1'adio appealed lo members of the public not to visit him, It said ministers and mem- bers of the defence couiici would be received during nor Dial visiting hours. Amin, 47, became army com marder in 19G6 and four yeaix later misled President Milton Obole in a coup. Obole given sanctuary in neighborinj Tanzania. The idea that Obote migh stage a comeback haunte Amin and lie turned to Israe and then to Britain for arms lioUi Israel and Britain re- fused and Amin enraged. He ordered the Israeli mil Lary. economic and diplomat] m'ssions out of Uganda, an told the thousands of Hritis Asians they must leave th country by Nov. 8. NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. ;CP) When voters go lo the lolls a week from today, NDP xjader David Lewis assumes hey will re-elect a Trudeau government, though witli fewer ,'ommons seats. So, in the closing days of the campaign, he will continue lo argue that the New Democratic Party should replace the Con- servatives as tlie official oppo- sition. To win that goal, the NDP has been pursuing a out their op- position to Liberal policies, and bcraling Ihc Conservatives as a bland imitation of the Liberals. Precampaign surveys re- vealed to NDP organizers their largest potenlial block of con- verts to be families in their 20s. Thf.t includes young middle- class couples struggling to find Ihe down payment on a house and blue-collar families scrap- ing together rent and fooc money. They write off the three mil lion Canadians between 18 anc 2-1 who will vole for the first time nexl Monday. The "kiddie says one Lewis staffer, slill likes the flair of Pierre Tnideau. The other firsl-time voters would likely vote as Iheir par- ents do. To win Ihe young-family lously-araiounced policy, stat- ig that a Progressive Con- orvativo government would pply temporary price and controls i( necessary. The 500-word statement on onsumcr protection called for ic strengthening of the Con- umer Council of Canada "so hat it becomes n major advl- ory link between government nd tlie The paper said a Con- crvative government would make all council reports public. Such a government would also "expand protection against cartels operating against the public interest and devise a competition policy which, as lart o[ an economic develop- nent strategy, brings Increased productivity." No further details were given i (lie promised new com- petition policy. CALLED FOIl CONTROLS The Conservalivc paper also called for "reasonable con- .rols" on credit-rating Inforrna- lion, including licensing of all companies under federal diction (hat collect information about individuals. Another promise was that Conservative government would set up an accident prevention research centre. Other promises, neither of wliich was spelled out, were: "A Progressive Conservative government will devise packing laws aimed at reducing pollu- tion of the environment. "It will also encourage mem- bers of Parliarmnt to become more aclive as ombudsmen in protecting consumers and In bringing before government al- leged abuses of consumers' rights." block and hold the Iraditonal labor and farm support, plan- ners refined NDP policies into easily-understood appeals to thai beleaguered group. Those pocket book Issues have emerged in the NDP cam- paign as the "corporate welfare bums" and the "ripoff" of ris- ing food cosls. Organizers hope to parlay those issues into an increased NDP share of (he popular about 21 per cent from 16 per cent in 19G3. They say that will require at- tracting converts from both Liberal and Conservalive ranks. Day after day, Mr. Lewis has ripped into Liberal policies, pouring forlh figures he show the injustice of Weather and road report SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET the present tax system "the incestuous alliance" and bc- Lcllibriilge..... Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton..... Grande Prairie Banff......... Calgary...... Victoria Penticton...... I Prince Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Saskatoon II 61 59 41 51 41 44 3-1 33 57. 39 49 33 I. Pre 2G tween the Liberal party and its corporate beneficiaries. But he quickly whirls to at- lack the Conservatives, the real target of tlie NDP strategy. From town to town he lias scorned the Conservatives as an inept opposition party, bank- rupt of ideas, that has given the Liberals free rein In the last four years. While Mr. Trudcau has been passing out campaign candies, he tells audiences. Mr. Stonfield has been offering jelly heans. 61 entries Dog show success MORTGAGE LARGE CMHC PROJECTS amounts available to in of for Home Owner approved loans up to Other Loans from for now or existing residences apartments hotels motels commercial and industrial acreages Second Mortgages from 3'JOO.OO FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 3097thSlreetSoiith Phano328-5548 Hv BKRNICE HERI.E Ilcralrt Slalf Wriler ''Oh, Happy, you've made me so exclaimed the little lad, eyeing his furry pal end clutching hvo red ribhons. It seems a prize-wuuiing dog al a pet dog .show is n sparkly- eyed little boy's friend. A lotal of cl boys and girls proudly displayed their dogs, Saturday nt the Lclhbridge and District Kennel Club pot dog show at Centre Village Mall All colors and kinds of dogs showed up on the ends of tight- ly held leashes. They wevo brown, black, grey and whitn and sometimes a mixture ol or more of these colors. There beagles, poodles, afghans, Ixixcrs, German shep- herds and many more hut no coljie.s. Where was La.ssic? Most of the dogs scorned crl'doM flichnrd Clark, (M nrxious to show Ihcir f'iendly j 21lh Fl N, and Doug f'riebel, j nnture. They slopped lo bark at I 501, Coalhursl. all their and cs- Color winners were: whilrcit pocially to rul> noses wilh their '_Aliwm Tcnncnt. lith Avc. frlcnds. Thougli rr.any of Ihem Some of Ihc wee pups even ventured to get to know Fome of the big wheels around the place. One little while poodle seemed to think she was really getting places In the world when she touched noses wiln u (lernian shepherd arid looked right up into his eyes. The owners of the finest dogs received riblMins. First lo fourlh place ribbons were given m't by members ol the Kennel Cluh who were in charge o( judging Ihe dogs. Rlue and red ribbons vrere awarded, for first aJirl second place. Winners in the grooming rlass were: short-friaired dogs- Paul Luge, IZZ1 6lh St. N. and Debbie Pill. I0f! St. N.: curly haired dogs Cathy West, Luge, 1221 6th SI. N.; long liair- The dogs falls were mea. surccl and winners in this rale, gory were: largest tail Kelly liaucr, 1232 31st S. and Debbie Pahara 313 28lh St. S., shortest Iloye, 2701 22nd Avc. S. ?nrl I.inda McClement 1205 St. S., longest tail Urctt JohiLson, f.akcwooit ltd. and .Jim ValentLwen, 120 Itth St. S. Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa Montreal SI. John's Halifax Charlotle'.own t-'redcricton Chicago Angeles Rome Paris Ixindon Berlin Amsterdam Moscow Stockholm Tokyo 41 43 49 44 40 45 41 27 45 37 45 40 48 M 59 59 57 39 55 52 50 42 40 44 35 41 48 54 29 12 46 1.38 .06 .20 .26 .14 FORECAST: Medicine Today: Cloudy. A few show- ers near noon. becom- ing M3 llus morning. fUghJ near 45. near 25. Tues- day: Sunny. Highs near. 45. Calgary Today: A few r a i n s h o w e r s Inhere noon. Winds NW20 and gusty. Highs 4045. near 23. Tuesday; Sunny periods, Highs 45-50. Columbia, Koolenay Heglons Cloudy becoming sun- ny this afternoon. Few showers this morning. Highs. 45 to 50 in Ihe Columbia and 50 lo 55 in Ihc Koolcnays. Tonight: Moslly clear. Some fog patches. Lows near 30. Tuesday: Morning low cloud most valleys then mostly sunny. Highs mid 40s In the Co- lumbia and low 50s in the Koo- tenays. MONTANA ICnst of Cnnlincnlal Divide Partly cloudy with scatlcred. showers today and tonight, Moslly fair Tuesday. Gusty northwesterly winds at times today. A cooling trend. Highs lo- day mostly 50s. Lows tonight 20s. Highs Tuesday 40s. Wcsl of Continental Dlvlilc Partly cloudy wilh widely scat- tered showers today and to- night. Fair Tuesday. Cooler. Highs today 15 to 55. to- niglil 20s. Highs Tuesday 40s. pressed Iheir views in a lourl lone, most seemed a bit scared and reluctant (o move slong into (he crowd. So many of the lillle ones ended up (ioinR lor a ride on Ibcir dcrricre from one place lo another. Some of (lie dogs came dressed [or tiio occasion. One a red jaokel nni n and Keith Tcnncnt, blackest (love. 2701 22nd Avc. S. and Brian bcjaner, 417 15th St. N., special markings Chris Firlb, Hox MI Tabor and Dl-: anno McMahon, 1022 SI. S. Happiest f expression and behavior of Jimmy Valcntinsen, !2I> ]9lh SI. S. ami Chris Firth. Tabor. Trirks fsitup. roll-over, shako I i u m Arlelo 1'Her. (215 lev? had pink hwv< around tiioir 12th SI. N anrl.loyrr rirdrlinpp. LARGE VARIETY OF INCH PEG BOARD HOOKS For various household, shop and hobby utcj. Call Hardwora 327-5767 DOWNTOWN YEAR-END SPECIAL Cultivator Shovels M'70 THESE ARE UNITED SHOVEIS AND FUUY GUARANTEED GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES CoulM Highway Phone 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS Of A.SI TODAY COURTLY OK ASIA All main paved highways in Ihc disLricl are re- ported in good driving comli- Lion Highway 3 west between Monarch anrl Fort. shoulder hrondcning is in pro. grres. Iliphway I, Trans Canadn Highway, mainly bare and wcl v.ilh sonic slippery FccMlons. MotorisLs arn advised Lo use Rood sncw tires or charry chain.1! travelling through mountain National Parks in Al- JiorlT ami And en access mails [o ski areas in Uanff and J.OKan Pass closed for tlio winlcr. POUTS OF ENTT1Y (Opening and Closing CoutLi 21 hours; Caruay 7 a.m. lo 10 p.m.; lionita 9 a.m. lo fi p.m.; B.C. 9 n.rn. Irj 6 p.m.; KiiORatc, H.C., 21 hours; Porihill riykn-ls r. am lo inidniKhl; Clnrf Mmmlsin rinsed; tt'ildhnrw, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.