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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE UTHBRIOGE KHAID September 5, 1973 Missing pilot found safe PEACE RIVER. Alta. Daud James of Ed- uninjured tie overturned age of his CssJra 172 light air- craft early today rear Lake in northeastern British Colxrrbia. Search and. rtscje c'fiois'.s cne aircraft spotteo smc.-.3 tie sirea ns'0- f'i ir.other, loo'wng a jysso'e Massarrr fire found tne pilot. C.iampnn. 32. reported miss- t iig on "a flight Mon- dav ".-on Pesce River, Alta., to" Kay liver, y.KT.. was, 132 rrjlei off-course. Sr, en aircraft were involved :r tre search Tuesday over 6.- miles of dense bush avJ r---.ieg along trie pitDject- ps-b. betv.een Footner U'v. >d'Hav Rzver. v postponed Irrsi TEL c? T" _ ".C. Ge- Aharon Yanv. COTD- tr.s of G; rorror The dsy cd 23. the f i'c according to the _ e-.pert ro s oat.: f a- !as: 5_ against ___j t 0 mc-moers of Is- Increaseci' measures 0 yrrpic team and took ter-orot e.t tacks, hv c others r.ostage That rush: been _, ''_ An s tt'ertD'ec! to escape tne a-'j r ore i ard a gur- tnan 7') per ce ,t o: n -irr- o g- aj-port. rilla 'h'artca I- rrn 1> dead on the fore "-ey co :.d out. Chinese course delayed PEKi.'.'G 'RTjter V e-. Canada. Bntain, France sending students to Peking to e.udy Cmncsc- ha-.c- beer, 'dd no'.ix- tr.Et t'-e Bourse 'or foreign students ha-> ceen ae- layed for two montr- The cou'-se to open ai the end of this mon'n at Peking s fc-een put back to 're end of No- vember. C.-urcss cff.cials. vt.o notified cnlo.T.a'-, r.ere cf the delay, ex- pbircd that certain unnamed not jet ready to -j'.ucer.S. here said today the cecision has caused considerable inconvenience s.nce of the students had aT i, e-j nere and most of the ere on the point of ka'.ing for China. Ehrlichman indicted in Ellsberg break-in LOS ANGELES The i Watergate conspirator Gordon 1 Judge James Kolts, who re- Times says former presidential Liddy. The Times sajs. j adviser John Ehrlichman has I been indicted in connection the break-in of the office of {Danie! Ellsberg's psychiatrist. The says it has learned Ehrlichman also was indicted on a perjury charge. Sources for the newspaper re- Ehrlichman. who was White port were not cited. House adviser on domestic af- fairs, was indicted secretly j Tuesday along with former Eh- rliebman aide Egil Krogh: Da After the sealed indictments were returned Tuesday an aide to sp3cial Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox said thev could j via Young, a former aide threaten Cox's Watergate inves' j Henry Kissinger, and convicted I tigation. million bill for pension hike OTTAWA >CP' Additional vrou'i increase between pension paymants proposed by i million and S2 million, the government will cost tax- j His remarks folio-, ed in- payers abcut SSO rnillicn. the i troductbn earlier of bills to i i- Comrnons was told Tuesday. Marc La- on Welfare Minister snid during decate pension-boosting legislation that also recene the guaranteed in- the extra expenditures v.ould come supplement bnng the annual old age pen- bill to ebca.. S3 bilicr. ceived the indictments late Tuesday, ordered the docu- ments sealed until at least one of those indicted surrenders to authorities. Names and charges were to be released then. Kolts also ordered that arrest warrants not ba issued until next Tuesday to give the in- dicted a chance to surrender on their own. They will be released on S5CO bail. -----I COX AIMS HIGHER j Cox's aide. James Doyle, said i the Watergate prosecutor could be expected to issue a state- ment today about the effect of the indictments on his investi- gation. "They've got a small piece of a much bigger Doyls said. Sources close to the grand jury previously had said that SI.3 Ehrlichman. Krogh. Young and Liddy were possible targets for indictment. Ehrlichman's local lawyer. Joseph Ball, said he had not whs.htr his client had Administrative costs Tory MPs abused Black Muslim lender stain VEWARK. N I. VI- .ccnedc'l Mdlcoim X as leader Black Icsfkr Jinus f Harlem 3lushm group after abaoazz, close cf Baleen's murcsr, was the late MJco.-i X 0- jPnod dr.-n bv tv.o young dead Tucsdc-y in fror.t ff as he steppsd from his home here, police .ai-f in a rainstorm, police Shabazz. 5J. v ho tcmporsn1.- sjici The gunmen escaped. Market surveillance started MONTREAL fCP) The Montreal and Canadian stock' exchanges are up r! market surveillance department] An explosion ripped through the galley of an Air Vietnam jet- liner with -K> passengers aboard today. An American passenger who said he was an explosives ex- pert said the explosion appar- ently was caused by a bomb concealed in a food com- partment. Two passengers and a, stew- ardess were injured, but the Boeing 727 jet returned to Bang- kok and made a saf3 landing. The explosion occurred 15 min- utes alter the plane took off from the Thai capital for Sai- gon Associated Press correspond- ent Dennis Neeld, a passenger n.i the flight, was sitting next to the gallery and reported that the blast e2emed too violent to be a kitchen accident. Passengers in the forward compartment, which felt most of tho blast, screamed in mo- ment panic. The gallery area iillei v ith smoke but there was no blazo. Restricted chemicals listed WASHINGTON (API The Environmental Protection Agency has formally listsd a dozen chemicals, used in manu- facturing or as insecticides K "toxic pollutants'7 whose dis- charge into waterways must be restricted. An agency spokesman Tuesday the list was .signed by acting administrator John Quar- les late Friday, just in time to meet its deadline under a court- room agreement. By Dec. 3, under the same de- cree, EPA must establish ef- fluent standards governing the Death s By THE CANADUX PKESS Livingston, Mont. Wesley D'Ewart. 83, former Republican representative vho served for 10 years in Congress, after a brief illness. York, Pa .-Margaret Angclo, 82, Internationally known Ro- man Catholic laywoman who had been decorated by two popes White Plains, N.Y.-Canon Al- mon Pepper, 74, retired director 'iiichargD of these toxic sub- s'anccs EPA's list covers the pesti- i c.dcs Alarm. Dieldrin, Endrin. I DDT and its derivatives DDE j and DDD. and a pesticide com- ponent called Toxaphene. Also included were the ele- j ments cadmium and mercury. i the compound cyanide, and the industrial chemicals Benzidine and PCB. j The substances listed as toxic i were considered capable of i causing death, disease, cancer or genetic malfunctions in any organism with which they come in contact. of the department of Christian social relations of the Episcopal Anglican Church, in hospital. Compei'tjne, France-Jockey Philippe Menager, 23, when he fell from his mount, Vieil Ami, during a hurdles race at the Compiegne race course. Newark, N.J.-James Shabazz, 52, Black Muslim leader and brother-in-law of the late Mal- colm X, shot to death in front of his home. in tapes WASHINGTON fAP) In an unusual legal twist, both the "lute House and specia' gate prosecutor Archibald Cox plan to appeal a court order for presidential Watergate tapes. Tne 'White House said it will I file its papers Thursday in an j attempt to block efforts to force (President Kixon to turn over I the tapes. j Cox's appeal will seek "clari- fication or modification of the Stan-cards and procedures to ba followed in determining what parts cf the evidence will be presented to the grand j the prosecutor said. He did not I elaborate. i Although neither side has yet filed papers. Hugh Kline, clerk of the Circuit Court of Appeal, set next Tuesday as the date for oral arguments. Meanwhile, Judge John Sirica was scheduled to meet today with lawyers for Watergate fig- ures Jeb Magruder and James McCord to determine whether the two men may continue lec- ture tours on Watergate. Cox has asked that the tours be for- bidden. LAID OX Magruder, former deputy di- rector of Nixon's re-election campaign, cancelled a speech set for today at West Virginia University that was to kick off his national lecture tour. McCord, convicted of partici- pating in the June 17, 1972, Wa- 'tergate break-in already has i been tentatively ordered, by Si I nca to stop his lectue toar. Special Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox won the first round in the court test ca whether President Nixon maj withhold tape recordings in- volving Watergate figures. Ap- peals are expected to move to the Supreme Court no matter which side wins in the appellate division. Sirica ordered Nixon last week to turn over the tapes fcr his private judicial exam.- inaticn. but postponed the crdsr until Thursday to give the White House a chance to me formal notice that they intend i to appeal. OTTAWA Tf.e Com- mons voted Tuesday to inves- tigate the actions cf RCMP and Framed Ottawa cih- police who visited Conservative JEP Flora Mac- Stan Garnet, 23, Tor- donald's_ office _without permis- onto, really gets into his work as he puts the finish- ing touches to a oiciure frame. Garnet started his picture frame business while holding another full- time Job. Now he has two stores end hopes to set up a chain of outlets. eresss c'd age pensions to S1C5 from S1CO Oct 1 and to S179 from S170 for those 65 been indicted. Scu-'css said the 18 grand ju- rors spent mcst of the day hear- The proposed legislation also iag a replay of Ehrlichman's provides quarterly adjustments testimony before the Senate alone to keep pensions in Ijie with the Watergate Committee about the cost of Living. j EUsberg brcck-in. and were Mr. Lalonde said tr-3 govern-j shown House memo- rr.ent rejected opposition pro- rar.dums invclnng Eiirlichman, posals to adjust pensions Krcgh and Young and covert monthly. Their proposals would pims reiatin2 to Ellsberg. add a further S2 milhon to ad- p Four others" have been named ministrative costs pubhch as participants in the Under the proposals pensio-. g 1971> at the of- ners also would protected iice of Dr Fielding. But against a drop in hvuig costs the four_ Howard Hunt EemarA The bill prohibits a reduction of, Barker flnd Ojbg_n nationals Eu. DeilEiHS ranin snH Fplinp A second bill would amend sion and questioned her staff i about missing Indian affairs 'files All four parties in the Com- mons agreed to Miss Macdan- the Supplementary Retirement Benefits Act by removing the annual two-per-cent ceiling on increases in benefits paid to RCJIP. public servants, diplo- mats, forces personnel and MPs who retired before 1970. Their pensions also would be allowed to move upward in line enio Martinez and. Felipe De- Diego. were granted immunity from prosecution in return for grand jury testimony. In his televised Watergate t e s t i mony, Ehrlichman de- fended the break-in as a "vital national security'' operation. He said it was well within thp constitutional function of the No price hike on Spaceman i establishes i record HOUSTON CAP) Skylab 2 commander Alan Bean became the world champion cf space flight today, ligging more lime away from Earth than any other man. At a.m. EDT, Bean sur- passed the mark of 49 days, 3 hours, 37 minutes set by long- time friend Charles Conrad The new mark was set while Bean was in a scheduled slsep period as the space lab soared over Japan. Conrad recorded his time on four space missions: Geminis 5 and 11, Apollo 12 and as com- mander of the first Skylab j flight. i Bean, a 41-year-old Navy cap- j tain, has flown two missious. aid's motion asfeing the House Prnileges Committee to loo.c into the police actions on the 1 grounds thev a'cxused Miss conald's prixileges as a mern- i ber of Parliament She repre- sents Kingston and The Islands and is the Conservatives' In- cu'an affairs spokesman. Under House rules police i cannot enter MPs offices or question their staffs without the permission of the members or i I the speaker of the House 1 Miss Macdonald said the po- lice questioning of her staff and herself implied she was a party to a criminal act removing confidential files from the In- dian affairs department. The files, all concerned with the Jamss Bay power project in Quebec, apparently were taken during an occupation of v.ith living cost increases. I presidency. Tropical storm 011 last legs GALVESTOX. Tex. Remnants of tropical storm Delia churned up high winds to- day after pausing in the Gulf of Mexico and finally coming ashore near here. Early today, the National 'Weather Service reported that ------0 Delia still was able to muster Indian affairs headquarters by iv winds up to 50 miles an hour in i about 200 young Indians last QllLUU el a few squalls. 'Thursday. Weather and road report. SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET Stockholm Tokyo 63 76 54 68 Lethbridge Pmcher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Banff Calgary Victoria Penticton Princa George cars I'S COT-BATE 314 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 WASHINGTON (AP) The first cf the 1974 model autos were to go on sale to- day -without the price increase that auto-makers had hoped to win from the government. The Cost of Living Council has not decided whether to ap- prove an average increase of ?6l a car by American Motors Corp.. a council spokesman said Tuesday night. American Motors, first of the auto-makers to introduce its 1974 models, had asked the council for permission to put the incease in effect today. Ford, General Motors and Chrysler also have price-in- crease proposals pending before the council. They are not sched- uled to go into effect before Sept. 13 if approved. A spokesman for American Motors in Detroit indicated the company hoped for action by the council at the last minute. But a council spokesman said the council which held public hearings last week on auto price increases, will not rush its decision. required in fhe city of Lethbridge Applicants must 'cs experienced, aggressive, cmbi- tious, liking to rr'sef psopls. Present reins in five years' end mar.cger wnl cwn entire business at that time. This business has been established over 30 years' with excellent reputation end clientele. Applicant must send a resume, stating qua'ifiza- tions and experience. All replies confidential to: BOX 30, LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saskatoon Rcgma innipeg Toronto Ottawa Montreal St. John's Halifax Charlottetovn Fredericton Chicago Nc-.v York Miami Los Angeles Phoenix Rome....... Paris London Berlin Amsterdam Moscow H T.'J 74 67 7.5 67 r-ft JO 79 68 86 70 70 70 67 S2 86 79 64 en 70 78 83 93 P.i 67 108 92 81 86 Efi 59 UPrt 42 45 43 54 57 41 ?2 55 38 39 -i9 63 H4 65 49 62 63 75 80 63 77 59 66 M 59 59 48 FORECAST: Lethbridge Medicine Hat _ Toda> and Thursday: Stmtn. Highs toriaj near 80: tonight 45 to 50. Highs i tomorrow near S3. Calgary Today and Thur.s- day Sunny Highs today near i 75; lows tonight near 45. Highs tomorrow near 80 i Columbia Kootenaj Today and Thursday. Sunny and con- tinuing warm. Highs both _, in the 80s Lows tonight rang- in 2 from th2 mid 40s to the mid-5Cs. MONTANA East of Continental Divide and warm today and Thursdaj. idely scattered afternoon thunderstorms south- v.est portion Thursdav. both days 80 to 90. Lows to- night 43 to 55 except Si to 43 h'ghor southwest. ot Continental Fair and warm today and Thursday. Widely scattered afternoon thunderstorms south person Thursday. Highs both days GO to 90. Lows tonight 33 to'45 ALAN BEAN world champ of space flight He walked on the moon with Conrad on Apollo 12 and is on the 40th day aboard the Skylab station, with 19 more to go. Bean's record, which even- tually will exceed 69 days, could stand unchallenged for several years. After the eight-week Sky- lab 3 mission later this year, the United States plans no more long space trips until the 1930s. Bean and his Skylab 2 crew- mates, Owen Garriott and Jack Lousma, earlier set the single- mission endurance record. ALBERTA ATTORNEY GENERAL Join The Modern Corrections Service Vacancies in NORDEGG, BOWDEN, CALGARY, LETHBRIDGE, FORT SASKATCHEWAN, PEACE RIVER This Is What You Will Receive Training Challenging, rewarding work Good promeiion prospects Job security Good renum- eration Holidays with pay A beneficial pension plan All civil service employee benefits The basic poy for a Correction Officer is per month rising to You must be in good health, 19 years of age or over and 5'8" or over and have a minimum of Grade 10 education. To: THE PERSONAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE Room 500, Terrace Building, Edmonton Name: Address (Block Letters Pleoje) PLEASE SEND ME AN APPLICATION FOPM FALL IRRIGATING DIVIDENDS There is still some IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT Available ciT COUTTS HIGHWAY BOX 1202 PHONE 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA Highway 1 reported bare and dry. Widening of one mile section of Highway No. 3 east of Fort Macleod is in progress. All remaining highways are in good driving condition. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Aden 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Carway 6 a.m. to midnight; Chief Mountain 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Coutts 24 hours; Del Ecnita 8 am. to 0 p.m.; SCingsgate 24 hours; Porthill Rykcrls 8 a m. to midnight; Wild Horse 8 a.m to 5 p.m. Logan Pass 7 a.m. to 10 p m Ojren June 1. ftooseville 8 a.m. to midnight. ;