Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
THl ktlHDRIDGB MERMD Solufdtiy, Oilober 98, Three-per-cenlers giving a million promise lly JAMKS NELSON' I Ihc lluw-iicr-ccnt reduction ill OTTAWA (IT) Minister John Turner made mi election campaign speech In Calgary List week Hint perhaps revralwl more what wasn't said than by the actual speech. lie said there is high cost to Hie federal treasury lied into many of Hie programs beinB ndvricnUd by Ilio I'rogressivc Conservative- and New Demo- cratic parties as Ihe politicians work towards the Oct. 30 gen- eral eleclion. A favorite promise of the op- position parties is to continue Mystery deaths probed EDMONTON (CP) Deaths of 4H persons in Alljcrta lasl year, due to "ill-defined and un- known ha.s prompted the attorney-general's depart- ment to study the existing sys- tem of certifying deaths and de- termine how it can be im- proved. The statement by Attorney- General Merv Leitch in the leg- islature Friday was in response to a question by A. J. Dixon, the opposition member for Calgary Afillican. Mr. Dixon said some death certificates even had, as the cause of death, the notation GOK "which means God only knows." He said it is conceivable that EOdTie of these imexplainable deaths were unsolved homi- cides. Mr. Lellcli replied that his de partmenl is aware of the silua. Lion and will "consider whether the existing system of certify ing deaths, holding autopsies arid inquests ought to be changed." personal income tax which Mr. turner's ptwlcccssor, E. J. Dcnsou, introduced lasl year and which is lo expire nl the cud of this yea'. Mr. Turner said that promise would cost million in 1973. Earlier in (lie campaign, when asked whether lie would continue Ihe Ihrcc per-cenl tax cut, Mr. Turner said repeatedly lie can not make a decision un- til he has a hotter picture ol government revenues and ex- penditures. NOT MUCH FLEXIBILITY Latest assessments indicate the treasury hnsn't got a great deal of flexibility. The govern- ment has committed il-self to some major new expenditures since Mr. Turner presented his fi-st budget to Parliament, last May 8, Government revenues are un- doubledly growing in line wilh rising incomes and economic expansion. Ttut whether they are growing sufficiently to cover all Ihe additional outlays, pins a continuation of the three- per-cent tax cut, is not certain. The Bank of Nova Scotia said st week in its monthly cco- omic review that the federal ovcrnmenl will have to be areful about the cash it will ecd to borrow in the months drive is as successful as last year's, there may be loom to: Mr. Turner to continue the Ihree-per-ecnt tax cut into But it remains to be seen whether that decision can lie made before the Oct. 30 general elcclioii. Hong formula Kong Posties meet for 'study' VANCOUVER (CP) Abou 200 postal workers at. Ihe city main post office walked off Hi job Friday afternoon in wha Borne Canadian Union of Posta Employees members called "study session." The men walked off the jo and went lo a meeting. On hour the walkout, some the men had returned to wor! but others continued to meet. A powt office spokesman sa the walkout was an illegal wor stoppage and added that ma: agcment was lo discu: any problems the worke might have. If it has lo cover a big cash eficit with heavy borrowings, might strain the economy un- ONDS HOLD KEY A lol depends on the success the current Canada Savings ond sales drive. Last year, jond sales raised more than S2 illion. Last week, purchasers still hanging onto more han billion of that. Personal savings deposits are at, with more than billion n non-chequeable and fixed- deposits, a large chunk of vhich may be moved in the lext few weeks into the new avings bonds. If the current savings bond emerges PEKING (AP) A Chinese Formula for handling the future of Hong Kong emerged today on (ho eve of the first ever visit by a British foreign secretary. Qualified diplomats reported thai it and when the subject comes up. Sir Alec Douglas- Home is certain lo be lold by Premier Chou En-lai Hint: China will be ready, at the ap- propriate time, to negotiate a Hong Kong settlement, with Britain. China, in the meantime, will continue to repaid Hong Kong ns properly belonging to main- land China. China nevertheless is in no lurry to bring about Hong Kong's restoration. Such an official definition of China's position with its im- plied insurances no con- frontations are expectable in the foreseeable future will come as a relief not only lo the British hul to international firms with muUi-miilion dollar interests in the colony. I Is m ore t han four million people have been aware for years they Iravc been living in a borrowed place on borrowed time. Nine-tenlhs of the colony is on lease from China and the lease nms out in 25 vears. 'Let's wait and see' say prisoners' wives Big mistake TORONTO (CP) The letter in Shelagh Gilbcy's mail box had the words Prime Minister on the back flap. "I was Haltered and then shot said Miss Gil- bey, a receptionist and for- mer brassiere model. The leller, with an au- thentic-looking signature, bore Prime Minister Tntdeau's greetings and a call lo support the Liberal candidate in Spadina con- stituency. But it was ad- dressed to Mr. S. A. Gilbey and began: "Dear Sir." The computer at parly headquarters that handles the p-ime minister's per- sonal messages to his con- stituents had done it again. Lions Club of Lethbridge 19th Town Country 1000 CASH PLAY AT HOME NEWSPAPER VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) Wives of Americans held prisoners in North Vietnam now are talking two things they consider in- and politics. Isn't it said Char- lotte Christian, whose husband lias been a PoW for seven years, "how nil the wives arc jaying, even with the prospect of a ceasefire near, 'let's wait and see.' 'Not one of them Is trust- she added Ln an inter- view, referring to the approxi- mately 21 women In the coastal town wilh its nearby naval base, whose husbands are among more than U.S. prisoners missuig in action. Mrs. Christian, whose 32- year-old husband, Cmdr. Mi- chael Christian was shot down in April, 1567, said: "Even if the ceasefire Is signed Tuesday, you won't find any one ol us making plans our husbands' homecoming. We just don't want to be let down nny more. I'm sorry it has Mohawk school opens taken so long. Sorry Vie had to have sil and wait until Ihc end ol i for I e hccn political pawns both the American government President Nixon's term of of-1 as well as Hanoi. "I feel that prcsiclonl Nixon could have cncletl the war years saul Mrs. mother of sons. Louise Mulligan, like Mrs. Christian a PoW wife for seven years, also believes the PoWs Mulligan, dropouts reason for enrolment dip Four flights cancelled VANCOUVER (CP) Spo- .esmcn for charter flight com- panics said Friday at least four, tfid possibly rnore, charter air lights to Britain have teen :nncelled because of uncer- ninly over new government covering tiie cliar- ers, Philip Phillips, general sales manager of Britannia Airways, three, flights his company planned have been cancelled. felt with the regulations :he way they are now it was too risky to run them." he said. A Dan Air flight which was to [cave Monday has also ncen lanccllcd. Mr. Phillips said both Britain and the United Stales have es- tablished new charter flight regulations which do away with previous requirements thai charter flight passengers be members of an organization for at least six months before a flight. This regulation is re- placed by one requiring that passage be booked at least 00 days before the (light. Canada has established sim ilar principles which will taki effect Jan. 1, he said. WA.NT5 HER HUSBAND HOME Mrs. Charlolte Christian, whose husband has been a priscner of war since April, 1967, holds her seven-year-old daughter as she talks, about (he possible peace in Vietnam Friday al her Virginia Beach, Virginia, haine. Mrs. Christian said "IF Nixon can't pull il off this lime, he's goinq to have ta come to my Kouse and lell my children." (AP Wirepholo) Soccer results BLACKOUT BINGO PLUS 4 EBORNAUS PRIZES CASH EACH Here's How You Can Win! THE PRIZE The firs! card with all nurnberi covered (blacVoul) receive Ibe grand prize of il.OOO. In Ihe caia of mare lhan ore blaeV oul the may "play- off" or splil the prize. THE BONUS PRIZE for Ih! liril Down the "B" row and acron Iho bollom 150 for fin) "X" From corner 10 corner through eonlm lor Ihe firif "H" Down Ihe "B" row, down lha "O" row and acrosi Ihe cenlra for lha Finl "Square" all filled down lha "B" row, down Ihe "O" row, acrosi the lop row, acroti the boltom row The bonus prizes will be awarded to iVie first correct according lo iVie rotation of numhcrj called in Iho of lies, prizes be split. Bonui prize win- ners hove their cords re-funded 10 Ibern to continue for the ilOOO bingo. New satellites WASHINGTON (Reulcr) The first in a new series of Ca nadian domestic cotnrm nications satellites will launched Nov. 9, the Unilc Slates National Aeronautic and Space Administration sai hire. The satellite, named Ani j (Kskimo for brolher) will 1: placed over the equator sout of Gallup, N.M., the spac agency said. A second salellile will be l.iiinched four1 to six months and a third salellile will be usc-d as a backup if neces- sary. The space agency said Anik will be launched for Tclesat Canada aboard a Delta rocket from the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida. LONDON' (CP) Old Coun- try soccer results Saturday: ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I rsenal 0 Man City 0 helsea 1 Newcastle 1 oventiy 0 Birmingham 0 )e-by 2 Sheffield U 1 verton 2 Ipswich 2 Ian United 1 Tottenham 4 orwich 1 Liverpool 1 outhampfon 2 Vi'esL Brom 1 lolie 1 0 Vest Ham 4 Crystal 0 'olverhampton 0 2 Division TI Villa 1 Midd'brough 1 Blackpool 2 Queen's PIl 0 Bristol C 0 Luton 1 Cardiff 3 Preston 0 Carlisle 1 Portsmouth 0 luddcrsfiold 1 Orient 1 1 Buraloy I Sheffield W 1 Notts t" 1 Sunderland 0 Ktilhnm 0 Swindon 2 Brighton 2 Division IH aiackbum 3 Charllon 1 Bolton I Southern! 1 Brentford 1 Itochlale 0 Grimsby 0 Bournemouth 1 Notts C 1 Port Vale 1 Oldham 2 Swansea 0 Plymouth 2 Halifax 1 Rotherham 2 Scunthorpe 1 Watford 2 Bristol R I York 0 Walsall 0 Division IV Alclershot 0 Bamsley 2 Bradford 1 Heading 1 Chester 1 Cambridge I Colchester 1 Mansfield 1 Darlington 0 Doncaster 1 Exeter 0 Newport 0 GillingJiarn 0 2 Ilartlepools 1 Bury 1 Northampton 1 Crcwe 0 Peterborough I Hereford 1 Stockport 2 Lincoln 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Aberdeen 2 Celtic 3 Dumbarton 2 Hibernian 2 Dundee U 2 Ayr 1 Kast Fife 0 Pariick 1 Hearts 3 Arbrooth 0 Kilm'uock 3 Airdrieonians 1 Morton 5 Dundee 2 Motherwcll 1 Falkirk I Rangers 5 St. Johnslone I Division H Albion 4 Clydebank 1 Alloa 0 Berwick 2 Clyde 3 Stram-aer 0 Dunfermline 8 Brechin 1 E. Stirling 2 Slonb'cmuir 1 Forfar 1 Cowdenbeath 1 Montrose 2 Queen's Pk 2 Quesn of S 4 St. Mirrcn 2 Stirling 2 Hamilton 1 HUSH LEAGUE Oily Clip islillery 0 Ards 3 lenavon 0 Glenloran 3 ortadown 4 Bangor 2 liftonville 1 Linfield 2 olovaine 3 Crusaders 3 Yacht expert dies LONDON CAP) Fox one of Brilain's leading yach designers nnll a close friend o Prince Philip, is dead at 74. Buckingham spoke-smai said the Queen's husband wai immediately informed of tb death of the bearded scado; who taught him how lo sail. CARDS ONLY EACH Gel youn now and win one or prizeE Here are the numbers to dale: 1-23, O-69, 1-30, 1-20, 1-56, N-40, G-54, B-8- B-10r B-2, O-68, O-74, N-31, O-71, G-53, G-58, THIS WEEK'S NUMBERS: N-16, G.SI, G-SY, B-l, 1-24, G-47. 1-27, B-15. Additional numberi, all n'jmban olready colled will be publiihed every Saturday in iKe Lelhbridgt Herald. YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD Phone- 327-8670 immediately PROCEEDS IIOMS CENTENNIAL PARK, AMD OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS AN INVITATION FOR YOUR WHOLE FAMILY TO AN HOUR YOU WILL NOT SOON FORGET MOVIE SOUND FILMS HELPfUL MESSAGES Wo f.hurgs SLIDE PICTURES CMl'DKEN'S CONTESTS Freewill Offering Salvation Army -13th St. and 4lh Ave. S. OCT. 30 TO NOV. 3 EACH NIGHT SPEAKER: REV. MONTGOMERY In co-oparalion wllh Carada'i Nnlionol Back To Thfl Bible Hour-Revival tffort WATE11LOO, Onl. (CP) University dropouts ralhcr lhan fewer freshmen arc the main reason for the declining trend in university enrolment, Jack McNie, Ontario's minister of colleges and universities, said Friday. Mr. McNie, who opened a addition lo the Uni- versity of Waterloo's chemistry building, said dropouts this year accounted for 75 per cent of the (Incline in enrolment. The remaining 25 per cent re- sulled from fewer Grade 13 stu- dents goinp on to university, he said. Mr. Mc-Nic said Ontario uni- versities showed a one-per-ccnt enrolment rale this year compared with six per cent last year and 11 per cent two years ago. He said a 1971 survey by his department showed that inosb dropouts from university were successful students who Ic-fl for non-financial reasons. Another urvey he undertaken llrig year, he said. FEKS TO STAND Earlier, Mr. McNie met with about 40 students and reiter- ated a promise that the govern- ment will nol increase tuition fees next year. He said tuition fees only cover about 20 per cent of uni- versity operating costs and the forecast deficit f o r operating the province's universities in the current year is SGOO million. He said ttie province has asked the federal government to allow students to repay loans on a basis graduation. of income after PAY BUT UTTLE WORK ROUE CAP) Uldcrico Mor- audo sued the slate-run electric company for "moral damages" suffered in his job there. He claimed the job entailed too lit- tle work although he regularly was paid lioth a monthly salary and bonus. MONTREAL (CP) A group Mohawk Indians, dissatisfied -ith the public school syslem, riday askccj for federal gov- rnment aid (or a school they avc established on the South here Caughnawaga reserve. About 100 parenls and stu- cnts met representatives of ic department of Indian airs and were told they should nlist the support of nil Indians the reserve before asking or government assistance. About 25 children have been attenrVng the Indian Way School in Caughnawaga since mid-September. They used lo lf> to Howard S. Hillings High School in nearhv Chateauguav vherc almost 300 Indians still attend. Lorraine Montollr, one of the mothers at the meeting, lold ,hc government officials the In- dian school "is necessary for our children's mcnla! health, knowing the situation at How- ard Billings. We don't want to subject our kids to gees on there any more. SYSTEM DANGETIOUS "They want to learn and learn well, but in their own en- vironment. We object to the system, to the dangers present at that school. There is dope there, and discrimination. They feel they can learn much more on the reserve." Ed Cleveland, who teaches free of charge in ttie former Amsterdam Weather and road report SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSKT 11 Calgary........ Pincher Creek Edmonton Peace Hivcr Rocky Mln. House Penlicton....... Prince George Prince Albert North Batlleford Swift Current Thompson Regina........ Winnipeg....... Toronto..... Oflawa......... Montreal........ Quebec Chicago Minneapolis..... Rome Paris........... London Berlin 20 35 ZD 33 23 26 43 33 31 24 43 40 19 25 25 11 1, I'rc 13 17 17 IS 18 15 17 mess hall, told the meeting "public schools are like assem- bly lines. The students piiss along and have things screwed into them. If these fall off after the lost, it doesn't matter as long as they pass the test Brussels Madrid Moscow Stockholm Tokyo 35 55 53 53 51 53 56 70 63 59 54 57 59 57 41 46 57 FOHECAfSTS cloudy with sniuv; 2 lo 4 inches ex- pcclcd alnng higher foothills. Iliflli near 25. Low near 20. Sunday, cloudy. Snnw hecnm- ing intermittent by noon. High 25 lo 30............... Medicine Hat Today, In- creasing cloudiness. Snow be- ginning this morning. Highs to- day and tomorrow 25 to 30. Lows 15 lo 20. Tomorrow, cloudy. Snow becoming show- ers dining Ihe afternoon. Columbia Kootrnay Today cloudy. Periods of snow in the Kootenays and a few snowflur- in the Columbia. Sunday, sunny in Ihc morn- ing. Coo! both clays with highs mid to high 30s. Lows tonight 25 lo 30. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Snow developing in Ihe west .his afternoon and spreading lo eastern sections tonight. Snow most sections and colder Sun- day. Locally heavy amounts of Enow with between 6 and 12 inches new snow through some mountain areas. Higlis today 40s with temperatures falling during the afternoon, Ixjws to- night 20s. Ifiglis Sunday, low 30s. West of Continental Divide- Snow today and tonight de- creasing to scattered snow- showers Sunday. Locally heavy amounts of snow with between 0 and 12 inches new snow through h i g h or mountain areas. No important tempera- ture change. Highs both days 30s. Lows tonight 20s. YEAR-END SPECIAL Cultivator Shovels 16" CHISELS ,70 THESE ARE UNITED SHOVELS AND FULLY GUARANTEED GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coulti Highway Phone 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COUKTKSY OF AMA TOYS HELP TEACH MATH Your kidi having trouble with mcJlh? A Toronlo Grado Six leather is using minia- lurn rocinq cars and a stop lo leach children uso of fraclioni to find times. Pupili aro nof only asking for Inssons In arilhmolic but are coming fo school early, slaying loto and warkiTg through lynch to plot performance graphi for lha (CP Wirepholo) All highways in the j hriflge rlisfrict arc mainly baro a slippery sorlions fttghway J, Trans j Hipimny, Golden to Kcvelstokc rccewr-i! 4 inches of now snow, tjuctl ami sanded. HanH Jasper Highway hnd 2 inches of new snow, plowed. AdctjUrilo .snow tires or p-op- cily filled chains ate manda- tory m Voln, Koolotny. Glacier and Moiml Krvel.slokc Nalional Parks, Ihc Banff Jasper high- way and ski access roads is Uanff and Jasper National I'iirks. Ixigan Pii.ss closed. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coulls 21 horns: Canvay 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Ool Rcmitn 9 a.m. lo fl p.m.; Ttooscvillo, R.C. 0 a.m. to 6 p.m.; B.C.; 24 hours; Port.iill llykcrLs 8 lo midnight; Chief Mountain closed; Wildhor.se, 8 a.m. u> 5 p.m.