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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERA1D -Monks Can September 11, 1978 YIPPIE Yippie leader Abbie Hoffman of Chicago takes a slug of wine during a speech to students at the University of Alberta in Edmonton Thursday night. He urged draft dodgers living in Canada to return to the United States and join an underground army to fight "imperialist, fascist pigs who control the C Idea Str For Con liy BOB DOUGLAS WINNIPEG (CP) Winnipeg presented its many faces to the joint parliamentary committee on the constitution Thursday night after committee chairman Mark MacGuigan dubbed the city the "microcosm of Can ada." Committee members hean local government repesentatives ask for a "bill of rights for municipalities" to be included in a new constitution. They saw another image as ethnic groups called for greater recognition of minorities other than English and French in Canada. Mr. MacGuigan Windsor Walkerville) offered his description in opening the hearings, the first outside Ottawa. The meeting attended by 6( people, launched an eight-day tour of Manitoba and the Yukon by the committee. The parliamentary group is examining federal proposals on the constitution during the current constitutional review and is gathering opinions across Canada before reporting to parliament, probably by November, 1971. The City of Winnipeg said in a brief that the new essed stitntion should "reflect the importanc of the role and function of th municipalities." WANT DELINEATED "This constitution should con tain a bill of rights for munic palities. The construction shoul spell out the jurisdictional r sponsibilities and financial re sources available to the cities o Canada." Aid. Joe Zuken sole commun ist member of Winnipeg Coui cil, said the constitution shoul guarantee that cities will consulted in matters affectin them. The federal governmen should not be able to abando certain health and welfare an educational programs withou consulting the cities, he said. Douglas Rowland Se kirk) suggested this might rais difficulties in amending the con stitution. Would approval of th cities as well as the federal am provincial governments be required before an amendmen could become law? Mr. Zuken said the Canadia Federation of Mayors and Mu nicipalities could give the mu nicipal views on proposes amendments. Jack Willis, chairman of th Greater Winnipeg Metropolita Council, said council supporte ZERO AT iLi'W NOON Lethbridge 71 31 REPORT Montreal nn si Day Wronged9 Says MLA CALGARY (CP) Premier Harry Strom and two of his cabinet ministers have main-ained a "gutless silence" o n the future of suspended film censor Jack Day, Progressive Conservative MLA Dave Russell said Thursday. Disregard for "the persona rights cf Mr. Day" clouds film censorship in the province, Mr. Russell said, placing the blame on provincial secretary Am-irose Holowach, social development minister Hay Speaker and the premier. "It is almost inconceivable this sort of thing could happen in 1970." Mr. Day, who was ac'quittec n Alberta Supreme Court in uly on charges of sexual of-ences, has been suspended since last December with no in-ication of his future or paymen of salary for the period he was without a job, the MLA said. "He is a wronged employee who should be told immediately le will be given his full salary rom the time he was 71 54 01 Charlottetown 69 58 67 58 70 48 OS 72 62 Hat 59 33 .13 Pincher Creek ..71 28 .60 Calgary 54 26 Lelhln-idge Medicine Hat Today and Saturday! Cloudy and continuing very cool with light snow. Occasionally heavy snow In the foothills. Winds N20 and gusty. Highs near 40, lows about 30. Kootenay, Columbia Outlook for Saturday: all mountain areas in the southeastern part of the Kootenays will be cloudy with rain or snowshow-ers. Temperatures may go up to 50 to 55 Saturday. Lows overnight will be about 35 with a possible risk of frost in 40 31 53 27 .13 High Level 38 Prairie -37 28 .03 Penticton 74 45 Prince George ..49 25 Albert 52 31 Saskatoon 52 37 yipk HAIE S COMPANY LTD. Jf Gary Martin Dispensing Optician 307 6th 5. Contravention Alleged ANCHORAGE, Alaska Bay 68 47 55 33 River 62 80 47 .05 Ottawa 76 47 and some fiPAHKniZAs I MOTORHOTEL S AND RESTAURANT CREEP charges of violat i n g American waters off Alaska against a Canadian fishing ves el that could r.esult in forfei-ure of the craft. U.S. attorney Doug Bailey aid Thursday a marshal has been dispatched to Ketchikan, Alaska, to serve the papers on he boat and its captain. Once he papers have been served he matter will be argued ii ederal 'LIES 327-3165 I i] For the Prospective Bride and Groom 5l SWATCH AND CLIP THIS ADVERTISEMENT EACH M FRIDAY FOR HINTS ON 5] JJ "H kl n Uloiir LI 'M _f m il M Whaf arrangements for the garden wedding? JJl} BThe garden wedding follows much the arrangement as other weddings and may be aj simple or as elaborate as the bride desires. Thera MI is usually an altar or bower where the couple stands WA U for the ceremony, BK1 The brido may wear a formal wedding gown fttf and tulle either long or finger or she may 5 A wear an afternoon gown and hat. In the latter case, lj it becomes an "informal Her bridesmaids A YA (she may have as many as she wishes) usually wear Jj afternoon gowns and large or smaii becoming hats. ijl Because of the uncertainty of the weather, if a fj garden wedding is planned, make a second set of rm plans so fhot, if necessary, the wedding may take place indoors, S Unions OK Contract; I Still Out VANCOUVER (CP) The unofficial count of "ballots shows members of two international pulp and paper unions in British Columbia have voted for a three year contract which would give them an average pay increase of an hour. The International Pulp, and Paper Mill Workers Jnion and the smaller United Paper-makers and Paperwork-ers Union said late Thursday nembers voted 70 per cent for he proposed pact. Base rates under the old con-ract ranged from to more than SG an hour. By July 1972, machine tenders (the highest paid) would get n hour under the proposed grcement. The settlement is (attorned after that in the man coast forest industry. It lias been rejected by the 'ulp arid Paper Workers of Canada, which has men n strike at eight mills in B.C. They went on strike July ONCE A WEEK THROUGH DESIGN SAVES FEED FEED-IN TROUGH ALWAYS FRES WEATHERTIGHT STRONG AND DURABLE GENERAL FARM SUPF COUTTS HIGHWAY BEGINNERS' M SIX WEEK JL_ TRIAL COURSE ACCORDION rl V Q ORGAN r A GUITAR TO POPUURITY J Course consists of t leisom, 1 each week oil music supplied and an instrument supplied for home Thai's Right WE SUPPLY THE Location Of Ferry Crash 's A Mystery VANCOUVER (CP) The xact location of a fatal colli-icn between a British Co-umbia ferry and a Russian reighter on a sunny Sunday fternoon last month seems as ncertain today after 15 days of federal inquiry as if it hap-lened in dense fog. Three ferry passengers were lilled as the bow of the freight-r Sergey Yesenin sliced into le port side of the ferry Queen Victoria with a deceivingly ;entle bump" a few minutes ter noon on Aug. 2. The exact location of the -ash near the western outh of Active Pass, a zig zag channel between wo islands in the Strait AS AT COURTESY Highway 2 Fort Macleod to Calgary. Mostly bare with some sections of slush and some slippery sections. Highway 2 _ south to Card-ston. The highway is blocked. Highway 3 east. Mostly >are and wet. Highway 3 west. Leth-iridge to Fort Macleod has ight snow on the highway and slippery sections. Fort Mac-cod to the B.C. border is mostly bare and wet PORTS ON ENTRY (Opcnin 24 hours: Carway 5 a.m. to 11 p.r to 9 p.m. Del Bonila 7 a.m. to 8 a 11 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., 24 .0 A.M. TODAY OF AMA heavier snow in the Crows Nest Pass area. Highway 5 Magrath to Cardston. There is heavy snow on the road. Ploughing is in progress. Highway 62 Magrath to Del Bonita. There is heavy snow and ploughing is in progress. All other highways in the listrict are reported mostly rare and wet. Please note the jflgan Pass is closed until fur-her notice, due to heavy snow and ice. g and Closing Coutls n. MST, Chief Mountain 8 a.m. p.m.; Uooseville, B.C., 7 a.m. lours; Porthill-Rykerls 8 Bf5 OFFERING YOU THE FINEST IN yt CATERING FACILITIES B LARGE OR SMALL WE CATER TO THEM ALL HI _ PHONE 328-2366 FOR RESERVATIONS 'A wA Wl lOlh AVENUE and MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE LESSONS ALSO AVAILABLE Enquire About Our Rental If it can be dctcr-ined, it will in effect indicate lich of the vessels was to ame for the accident. But despite tho testimony of le masters and crew members both ships and statements eyewitnesses the doubt Accordion College Ltd, 530 5th St. 5. Phone ;