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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBRIDO! HERAID Friday, Seplomber S, Posse hunts kille poses thr MIAMI (AP) Hurricane Dawn, packing gusts up to 93 miles an hour, drifted about 300 miles off Cape Hatteras, N.C., today and became "a potential threat to the northeast United States coast." the National Hurricane Csmtre reported. Dawn was moving toward the north northwest and was ex- pected to curve gradually to- ward the north during the day and toward the northeast tonight, forecaster Joe Pelissier said. "The hurricane is expected to skirt the New England coast tonight '.Ml any delay in this ex- pected va.'ii increases the threat to Ihc northeast coast of the United he said. Interests between Cape May, N.J., and Cape Cod were par- ticularly urged to keep alert to further advisories from the hur- ricane centre, Pellissier said. Small craft warnings were dis- played along the section of the Atlantic coastline. Meteorologist Niel Frank said Dawn could increase in size and sirenglh today but added, "there is no potential for a se- vere storm." "It's just a minimal hurri- cane at the present time." AlBERTA DELEGATION Delegates from Alberta, Canada, attending a 40-mem- ber economic meeting are seen at a news conference in Tokyo Friday, left to right arei H. M. Horner, minister of agriculture; Premier Peter Lougheed and A. E. Tohol, minister of labor. (CP Wirepholo) Colleges are hampered EDMONTON (CP) Feder- al and provincial manpower programs apparently discrimi- nate against Albeda's com- munity colleges, the Alberta committee on manpower (rain- ing and retraining %vas told to- day. The statemenl was contained in a brief submitted to (he com- mittee at a public hearing by Edmonton's Grant MacEwan Community College. The college said the ef- fectiveness of community col- leges in government support- ed training programs is damp- r.ad by restrictive funding pol- cies and arbitrary limits on he length of courses. Under current legislation, the colleges are ineligible for either he a student provincial rant given school boards for xtension courses ov the grants or English language courses Hellyer wins .nomination TORONTO (CP> Paul HcV Iyer, former Liberal cabinet minister and founder of Action Canada, won the Progressive Conservative nomination Thurs- day for the Oct. 30 federal gen- eral election In the riding of To- ronto Trinity, lie was unopposed. Mr. Heilyer has represented Trinity, but as a Liberal, since 1919, with the exception o about a year between the elec lions of 1957 and 1953. Mr. Hellyer again crilidzeasis as school boards." The college objected to the 2 week funding limitation on courses committed under gov- rnment retraining legislation and suggested many persons could benefit from two year programs by tia colleges. It ako said government train- ing programs are a generation nd the times in over-em- phasizing technology based .raining while ignoring a rising .nterest in vocations related to iuiman behavior. "The Alberta community col- ,egc system has an emphasis on vocational programs related :o the social the col- lege said, "yet much of the gov- ernmental legislation and prac- tice is still devoted to training and re training in the techno- logy-based vocations." It stressed the need for com munity colleges to co operate with government in preparing people (or the work force. A response by Ihe colleges to the needs of groups in the community also was called for. "The colleges can fully res pond to community needs onl; if they are able to take advant age of flexible manpower train ing and retraining policies." Grant MacEwan is Alberta! sixth and most recently estab lished community college. Th olhers arc at Calgary, Grand' Prairie, Lethbridge, Medicin Hat and Red Deer. rs Protestants count dead after Belfast clashes CHRISTIANSTED, SI. Croix, M. (AP) A posse of spc- (rained FBI agents courcd rugged hill country to- lay for the slayers of eight unovicons gunned down in the roldup of a golf resort in this Jnited States Virgin Islands erril %.ry. Using a helicopter and other aircraft as spottres, about 150 ederal agents, police and fed' l marshals were involved in tile search in an area laden with thick underbrush. The posse concentrated Its ef- :orts adjacent to the luxury Fountain Valley Golf Course owned by the Rockefeller fa ni- iy. OFFERS REWARD Gov. Melvln H. Evans or- dered all U.S. and Virgin Island [lags flovm at half-mast today in memory of the Fountain Val- ley dead, and he offered a 000 reward for information leading to the arrest and con- viction of the killers. Government officials also hastened to reassure the popu- lace on both St. Croix and the neighboring capital of Charlotte Amalie on St. Thomas that the niurders Wednesday were an isolated incident, with robbery the sole motive. "We have no independence movement on this or -any other of our Tonkin said. appears to be only an isolated robbery committee for the sake of one-shot deal." BELFAST (Router) Bitter i Belfast Protestants counted their dead and wounded today after clashes with the British Army in which two civilians were shot to death. Several others were wounded in a two-hour battle around the Protestant Shankill Road area. Tile Protestants, who had previously been on good terms with British troops, expressed shock and anger and accused the soldiers of using live am- munition against i only with bricks and I On one street off the Shanklv ill Road, residents pointed at pools of blood and bullet holes in houses and said the two per- sons were shot by paratroops who they said were given or- ders to "shoot anything that moves.' Until the last few days it was the Catholic minority who con- sistently accused the para- troops of brutality. But today one Protestant who lives off the Shankill said: 'I am beginning to sympathize with the Catholics If they have to live with these animals in their midst, A statement from the army said tlio state- tlie ment. Tiie army relumed the fire ind said two persons were illed. The troops suffered no casualties. But residents in the area told a different story. They said the oldiers came into the neigh- i o r h o o d and fired in- discriminately. "They went said one woman. Spaceman to wed LOS ANGELES (Reuter) Former astronaut Scott Carpen- ter, 41, took out marriage li- cence Thursday to marry Maria Koach, 25, daughter of Hollywood movie produ'.ar Hal Roach. It is a second marriage for Carpenter who orbited three times round the earth in 1962 in a Mercury capsule. Canada's penal reform methods 'world's best' MONTREAL (CP) Can- ada's penal reform methods will soon be recognized as the "world's best" Solicitor-Gen- eral Jean-Pierre Goyer said in a television interview. "This is no said the trouble started when a small patrol encountered a 40- member unit of the Ulster De- fence Association as it turnei into a side street. It aaid youths hi the area started to stone the troops and the patrol backed out of range and fired rubber bullets to disperse the crowd. "As soon as the UDA and ooligans were clear the army amc under fire from gunmen She told of one man who was driving to work and was fired on by the soldiers. "Ho fell out of his car and died in the she said pointing to a pool of blood. The residents (old of a young boy in the same street who took cover behind a car but was shot three times by troops who fired through the vehicle. The residents admitted that stones and hollies were Ihrown at the troops. "But they fired live, high-velocity shots back at said one man. Lawyer outraged over Hoffa ban Sharp nominated by Liberals TORONTO (CP) External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp was nominated Thursday to contest Toronto Egluiton for the Liberal party in the Oct. 30 fed- eral general election. He was unopposed. Mr. Sharp first contested the riding in 1962, won it in 1963 and has held it Ihrough two elections since. He said there Is a special ur- gency to preserve Ihe integrity of Canada, to preserve uuiiy among'groups and factions in the population. The Liberals could do this best because are the pau.v of tolerance, not of bigotry." Integrity, he said is "the gut'is- sue of this election." Trade Unionist and Friends of Labour We ask for your support by patronizing the follow- ing Union Houses under contract with Iho under- signed Union. Alexandra Hotel Dallas Hotel Garden Hotel Lethbridge Hotel Marquis Hotel Plainsman Hotel York Hotel Lefhbridge Labour Club Miners Library Club El Rancho (Outrider Beverage Room only) HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES 1 BARTENDERS INTERNATIONAL UNION LOCAl NO. 73, IETHBRIDGE WASHINGTON (AP) A lawyer for James Hoffa said to- day that presidential adviser Henry Kissinger approved a >lan for the former Teamsters mion president to travel to Vietnam and ?eek the re- lease of United States prisoners of war. William L. Taub of New York said today that Kissinger was informed July 5 in San Clc- mente, Calif., that Hoffa had been invited by the North Viet- namese trade union movement to visit Hanoi. "Kissinger approved the Taub said, "but asked :hat the trip be postponed until after July 20." Taub was responding fo ac- .ions Thursday by State Secre- tary William Rogers who re- voked the passport validation that would have allowed Hoffa to travel to Hanoi. In barring Hoffa from vis- iting North Vietnam, Rogers said "private Ajnerican citizens should not be involved" in ne- gotiations concerning U.S. pris- oners there. Taub said he was outraged by Rogcrs's action and that he has demanded a statement from the secretary explaining why he revoked Hoffa's pass- port validation. The lawyer also took ex- ception with reports from Paris that North Vietnamese sources there had said Hoffa was never invited to moke the trip. "Mr. Hoffa was specifically invited by the North Vielnam- ese trade union movement and copies of two of these docu- ments were given personally to Kissinger during a lunch on July 5." Taub said. Copies were also sent lo Pope Paul in Rome, the lawyer said, as v.cl! as to officials of the jus- tice department In Washington. Rogers's decision lale Thurs- day afternoon was grounded of- ficially on "procedural irre- gularities" in the way the for- aid. "Give us one more year nd this will become appar- nt." ilr. Goyer, appearing on a rivate French-language sta- on, said that reforms with the ccent on rehabililation are al- eady producing results in pris- ners through the pre-releasft -ogram. Rehabilitation is the best rm of public protection, he aid, and prison personnel are eing taught how lo apply re- abilStation in many ways. Asked to comment on recent scapes from federal penal In- Ututions tliis year, Mr. Goyer aid "We have a bad record. Ye have never hidden tliis." He said a report on six pris- ners who escaped Aug. 21 rom the special correctional uiit at Laval, Que., was al- eady complete but the con- ents would not be made pub- He said "precise measures" .ad been taken at federal pris- ns to halt the escapes. He did iOt elaborate. JAMES HOFFA indicated the administration wants to prevent a recurrent of the kind of publicity that fol lowed previous tours of Nortl Vietnam by private U.S. citi ans. And, even while citing the Ir regularities said to have ac companied validation of Hoffa' passport, state departmen spokesman Charles W. Bra; quoted Rogers as saying: 'The secretary of state among other things, does no believe private American cit zens should he involved in ne gotiations with respect lo lease of the prisoners of war." Under current U.S. law an regulations, travel by Amc cans to North Vietnam and handful of other countries ca he undertaken only if approver by authorized state deparlmen officials. The decision to bar Hoffa trip, officials said, had nothin to do with his prison recor lice said all on board the bu. drowned. Eyewitnesses said the I) swerved to avoid an nrm truck travelling in the opposite direction and the army truck did not stop. IT'S ALL A BIG BORE Here it is schoollime and at far as Elizabeth Stall is concerned, it makes her yawn. She's beginner at Ogden elementary school in Chicago with eight more years to go. Weather and road report SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET II 63 GO C4 50 48 55 54 eUibridge incher Creek [edicine Hat algary dmonton asper anff oronation 49 Camloops 70 'ancouver 62 65 'rince Rupert 55 "'enticton...... 72 'rince Albert 56 loose 57 legina .....56 Vlnnipeg........61 Thunder Bay.....64 'oronto 77 Ottawa 73 Montreal .....75 t. John's........63 Halifax 7-1 67 Fredericton .....74 hicago......... 72 43 36 40 35 33 41 .03 35 .01 33 50 .10 55 .10 52 .12 48 .65 51 41 42 40 38 34 63 Madrid Stockholm Tokyo .04 Minneapolis Vew York..... Angeles San Francisco )envcr ,as Vegas "'hoenix Rome 'aris London 62 G2 53 51 53 50 64 44 63 67 57 54 1.22 .45 86 63 96 77 81 57 72 M 63 5't .21 54 52 73 FORECASTS Lelliljridge Medicine Hat- Today and Saturday: Sunny except for afternoon cloudy periods and widely separated showers. Highs both days 65- 70. Lows 10 45. Calgary Today: Becoming cloudy with isolated showers this afternoon. Higlis 60-65. Lows near 40. Saturday: Main- ly cloudy with a few showers. Highs mid 60s. Columbia Koolenay Today cloudy with a few sunny periods. A few afternoon and and evening showers. Saturday mainly cloudy with a few showers. Highs today and Sat- urday 60 to 65. Lows tonight 40 to 45. Montana East: Fair and warmer today with increasing cloudiness tonight. Saturday considerable cloudiness with scattered showers and little change in temperature. Highs today and Saturday mostly 70s. Lows tonight 40 to 50; West: Partly cloudy and warmer to- day. Mostly cloudy with scat- tered showers tonight and Sat- urday. Cooler Saturday. Highs today 70 (o 80. TAWS tonight 40 to 50. Highs Saturday 65 to 75. We Have CHENEY ALUMINUM PICK-UP KttLO In all sixes for swalherj and combines. NOTE General Farm Supplies sell and service the Habco and Behlen GRAIN DRYERS GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES 3516-24 Ave. S. Phone 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF ASIA All highways In the Lelh-l Highway 1, Trans Canada bridge disrlict are bare ana Highway, bare and dry. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coults M hours; Canvay 6 a.m. to midnight; Del ISonita 8 a.m. to 0 p.m.; r.ooseville. B.C. (1 a.m. lo midnight; Kingsgate, B.C., 24 hours; Porthill Rykcrts B a.m. lo midnight; Chid Mountain 7 a.m. in 10 p.m.; Wildhorsse, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. ;