Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THI LETHBRIDGE HERAID Satuidny, September 16, 1972 jousts I JASPER (CP) A Montana woman described Friday how she jousted with a bear which had attacked her husband en a trail live miles norlh of this holiday resort. Ploii'mcii dig deep ior honors VEHNON CENTER, Minn. (AP) Thirty-eight of the world's top plowmen from 20 nations began competition Fri- day in the 19tli annual world plowing matches here. The new champion will not be announced until late Sat- urday, when tiie second 'naif of t h e completed. Last year's champion, Peter Ovcrgaard of Denmark, is not competing this year. Officials of the World Plow- ing Organization said ttiere would be no announcement of Friday's results in stubble land plowing. Those resulls will be included in today's scoring. woman bear Nancy Auseklis of Kalispcll, Mont., "said the bear bit her husband, Acis, on the leg Thursday. She shouted at the bear ami poked it with a The bear hcsliatcd alter 1 poked him in the shoulder n few times and then ran slie said. Mr. Aiiseklis, who was earn ing his son, Alee, in a pack on his back, aided by stick crutches, walked with the fam- ily for more tlran a mile to get help. He is recovering in Jas- per Hospital. Mrs. AuseklLs was carrying Iheir year old daughter, Anna. Chief Warden Bud Armstrong said the trail was closed after the incident and park wardens armed tranquilizer guns started looking for the bear. CLOVE MOMBASA, Kenya (AT5) Reports say authorities on the Tanzanian island of Zanzibar have been arresting people for smuggling cloves into Kenya. Zanzibar is the world's largest producer of cloves and the pen- alty for smuggling them out i death. LONDON (CP) Old Coun- try soccer results Saturday: ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Arsenal 0 Liverpool 0 Coventry 0 Newcastle 3 Crystal P 0 West Brom 2 Derby 1 Birmingham 0 Evcrlon 0 Southampton 1 Ipswich 2 Stoke 0 Leeds 3 Leicester i Man City 2 Tottenham Sheffield U 2 Chelsea 1 West Ham 4 Norwich 0 Wolverh'plon 2 Man United 0 Division U Aston Villa 2 Swindon 1 Blackpool 1 Orient 1 Bristol C 1 Middlesbrough 1 Carlisle 4 Cardiff 0 Fulham t Huddersfield 1 Hull 1 Burnley 1 Luton 2 Brighton 1 Oxford 2 Millwall 1 Portsmouth 0 Preston 1 Queen's PR 3 Notts Forest 0 Sunderlano) 1 Sheffield W 1 Division III Blackburn 0 Watford 0 Bournemouth 2 Southend 0 Charlton 2 Scunthorpe 0 Grimsby 2 Bolton 0 Halifax 0 Walsall 1 Notts C 2 Rochdale 2 Oldham 3 Bristol Rovers 0 "'lymouth 3 Shrewsbury 0 Port Vale 1 Brentford 0 Swansea 0 Rotherham 1 M-exham 1 Chesterfield 0 Division IV Aldershot 0 Mansfield 1 Barnsley 4 Colchester 0 Bury 0 Lincoln 4 Crewe 1 Bradford 2 Darlington I Chester 1 Harllepools 1 Workington 0 Hereford 0 Gillingham 0 Newport 0 Cambridge 2 Northampton 1 Heading 1 Peterborough 0 Torquay 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Ayr 1 Morion 1 Celtics 3 Rangers 1 Dundee United Vi dundee 1 East Fife 0 Hibernian 1 Falkirk 1 Airddeonians 1 Hearts 1 Dumbarton 0 Alothenvell 2 Kilmanioek 0 Partick 1 Arbroath 2 Division II Albion 2 Brechin 1 Alioa 2 E. Stirling 0 Berwick 0 Stirling 2 Clydebank 1 Raith 1 Cowdenbeath 3 Hamilton 2 Korfar 2 Stenhousemuir 0 Queen of S 0 Clyde 0 St. Mirren 0 Dunfermiine 1 Lewis shifts attack Trudeau defends grants LARGER THAN LIFE David Lewis, federal leader of the New Democratic Party, uses a briefcase to gain extra prominence for his five-fool-six inch stature, Thurs- day when he addressed newsmen at Toronto. Mr. Lewis then departed for St. John's, Nfld. (CP Wirepholo) Calgary QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD a LB. (NORMAL GARMENTS) PRE-SPOTTED AND AFTER-SPOTTED BY OUR ATTENDANT FAST SERVICE -USUAUY HOURS -NO NEED TO WAIT -LEAVE YOUR LOAD WITH US -WE'LL DO IT FOR YOU AND HANS IT UP -CAIL BACK LATER INDIVIDUALITY YOUR LOAD IS DONE IN ITS OWN DRY CLEANER Parkside Coin-Op Laundry Dry Clean Ltd. FIRST IN IETHBRIDGE WI1H COIN-OP DRY CLEANING 2634 South Parkside Drive For Further Information Phone 327-0811 p.m. WEEKDAYS p.m. SAT. CALGAHY (CP) Fewer liquor permits should be issued to private social clubs, public hearings into provincial liquor legislation were told Friday. The recommendation was made at the second day of hearings by the 436 member Alberta Hotel Association. Its' brief said are worried because social clubs have multiplied and can easily get permission to serve liquor at social events. "The Iremendous increase during the past few years in the number of licensed estab lishments has given the asso- ciation, reason for concern, par ticularly in rural areas of thi province." The social clubs cut int hotel liquor sales. Hotel spokesman Jean Pau Belland declined to say wha restrictions would be imposec but suggested separate licenf ing boards for separate area of the province. FORCES GET IIEIJP WASHINGTON (AP) Th House of Representatives ovei rode its appropriations com mitlee and voted to let th army, navy and air force turn their kitchen chores over to ci' ilians. to ior games CALGARY (CP' Mayor Rod Sykcs announced here the ty will bid for the 1973 Can- da Winter Games as part ol algary's Centennial celebra- cns. George Blunden, who orga- zed the world figure ska ling lampionships in the city iasl ear, will bead the committee ecking the games. Deadline for bids on the Win er Games is Nov. 15. EXECUTIVE HOME FOR SALE located at 3602 South Pnrksicle Drive in Lothbridgo Thin boaufiful 6 yecir oM home many Feolures nol found in oilier homes. Some of (hois include; Covered heated swiming pool with botanical garden around pool, sauna bolh, open hearrh fireplace, sundeck off rnaslcr bedroom, fire alarm system, and 21'j baths. On a lorge 90' lor thii homo has 2800 sq. ft. of living area. It is a 4 bedroom 4 level iplJt level design. There is n 2 car carport and 2 ear garage with electric opening dcori. EXCIUSIVE LISTING 7o view ihft lovely Royal Trust REAL ESTATE SALES 740 PROFESSIONAL BLDG., LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-5516 By THE CANADIAN 1'RESg While Prime Minister Trudeau delivered a low-key defence Friday of federal grants for regional economic expansion, Progressive scrv alive Leader Robert Stanfield made qualified criti- cism of the same grants. Meanwhile, the man who lumed the political spotlight on such aid lo private industry, ,i4 New Democrat Leader David Lewis, shifted his criticism to the federal public Service, hin- ling that several top civil ser- vants would find themselves out in the cold ii an NDP gov- ernment were formed. Social Credit leader Real Caouette continued his attack on Ihe welfare system, saying it should be replaced by a guar- anteed annual income. Mr. Trudeau was on a one- day swing through soulhern Quebec and is to four the Noya Scotia communities of Sydney and Dartmouth today. Mr Stanfield began a western tour in Manitoba Friday, moving on today to Regina, Qu'Appelle Indian Head and Weyburn Sask. Mr. Lewis was in St. Jolm's Nfld., and today hits Halifa: and Sydney. Mr. Caouette, wh held a Toronto news conferenc Friday on his way to today' Social Credit convention in Ca gary, Is the only leader not tak ing Sunday off. ELECTED IN IMS .Sunday lie launches his Que bee campaign in Sh'awinigan one day after the 26th nnn versary of his first election the House of Commons. He wa defeated in 19-19 and did not r turn until 1962. Mr. Trudeau said in Farn ham, Que., that regional ex- pansion grants will 'continue perhaps be widened. He de- cribed the role of his govern- ment as taking from the privi- eged to give to the under- privileged. In Granby, he faces an au- Hence of 500 in a arena. Liberal organizers said he small turnout was partly due lo Friday night shopping. The prime minister's Granby speech, which he described as "not was a com- prehensive review of his gov- ernment's regional develop- ment program. A related theme of his Que- bec tour was the benefits of federalism. He slashed at the separatist Parti Quebecois, say- ing it is trying like a "para- site" to use the federal election campaign to make itself heard. He added that the PQ "is making itself heard less ant less and does not have the urage lo present itself hi [he election." Conservative Leader anficld also took a swipe- at a nailer party, saying the Con- trvalivcs and not the NDP are a party to vote for if the gov- rninent is to be thrown out. "We are the he declared during a radio Inter- view in Portage la Prairie, Man. In Brandon, he said that "reasonable incentive grants, properly are a n integral part of the fight Shellfish banned in Boston BOSTON CAP) Massaehu- etts Gov. Francis W. Sargent e dared a public health emer- ency Friday and the slate de- artment of public health anned the sale and marketing f fresh and frozen shellfish on wholesale and retail level nd in restaurants because of !red tide" algae in the seo. Dr. William J. Bicknell, pub- ic health commissioner, said: 'All wholesale and retail 'out- ets are ordered to remove resh and frozen shellfish from display cases and to halt sale of same until further notice. Restaurants are ordered to re- move all shellfish from their menus." Bicknelt said shelllish in- cluded in the embargo are clams, quahogs, mussels and cape scallops. Bui he said lobsters, crabs. deep sea scallops and deep and shallow water fin fish are con- sidered sfife and ara not af- fected. In addition to banning sales in stores and restaurants, Bick- nell urged 'residents not to eat fresh shellfish, saying cooking "is not an effective means of human poisoning could be serious, it is not likely lo be fa- tal. Bicknell said the embargo would be "as short as possible, but until it's absolutely it will not be lifted. There have been only two re- ports of persons becoming ill from eating shellfish during the current red tide threat, officials said. Both recovered. The embargo was ordered one day after the "red tide" was spotted off northern Mas- sachusetts shore around the Cape Ann area. The red tide is a small ma rine organism highly toxic to shellfish and to man when the shellfish are consumed. Bicknell said that oysters rere not included in the em bargo because oysters on the Massachusetts market com from areas where there is ni known presence of the toxic or ganlstns. Bicknell also said other ma rine creatures are safe to eat. Earlier Friday, clam flal along the New Hampshire coas to the Maine line were close and shellfish-inking banned a destroying or neutralizing _ the poisonous substance" derived from the algae. Dr. Nicholas J. Fiumara, dl- reclop of the health depart- ment's communicable disease section, said that although the gainst regional disparity. But he added that the govern- mt has made no progress in ur years in lessening such iparily. Asked for his reaction to DP charges of "corporate tax Mr. Stanfield replied at he has not heard the NDP rcmiers of Saskatchewan or anitoba make any "active rmment" on Mr. Lewis's larges. Corporations should be re- arded with incentives for tak- g risks in underdeveloped areas, "but I am not in favor of ny private industry getting way without paying taxes." Mr. Lewis told reporters In Jolm's thst if lie were lectcd prime minisler, he rould ensure that his advisers ad the same general ives as he did. It would be belter to change advisers than build up a "par- allel power" as Mr. Trudeau id by expanding staff in the irime minister's office. Mr. Lewis also said the gov- "deliberate" policy if using high unemployment to ight inflation was presumably done on Hie advice of civil ser- vants." "I not only wouldn't accept hat kind of advice, but would :ell the people vho tried to give it that they had belter give it elsewhere." He declined to name the civil servants that could be kicked out of power, but referred to ;'some key deputy ministers and advisers in the Bank of Canada." Hungry horse delays list of voters POWELL RIVER, B.C. (CP) A horse with an un- usual appetite has slowed the process of enumerating voters for the Oct. 30 fed- eral election in one part oC the Coast Chilcotin riding. Jack Pearsall, returning officer for the riding, said Friday that one of his enu tnerators in the Williams Lake area had her enu- merator's index book eaten by H horse. Mr. Pearsall said a new book would be sent to the woman, whose name lie would not release. two persons in New Hampshir became ill from what was be lieved to be the red tide. A number of dead fish an sea gulls had been discoverec along the coast before officia sounded the alarm about th red tide, which Is normal found only in wanner Boulhei waters. SENATOR'S BROTHER DIES SASKATOON (CP) Funer- al services were held here for Seymour BuckwoM, the broth- er of Senator Sid Buckwold, who died in Seattle. Mr. Buckwold, 52, general manager of Buckwold's Ltd., died following a lengthy illness. Weather and road report SUNIHSE SUNDAY SUNSET It J, P Medicine Hat P'inchei' Creek Calgary Edmonton Grande Prairie Rocky Mtn House Penlicton 81 67 Vicloria 67 48 Prince George .65 39 Kamloops........ 72 58 ,04 Vancouver 67 67 Prince Albert.....47 44 .12 North Battlcford 71 48 .04 Swift Current.....75 47 .13 Moose Jaw....... 73 52 Regina 68 52 Winnipeg........ 61 42 .04 Toronto 53 Ottawa.......... 63 54 Montreal........ 69 58 Some............73 54 Paris 59 48 London 61 52 Berlin 59 43 Amsterdam 50 4fi Madrid.......... 66 50 Tokyo V7 63 FORECASTS Lellibridge, Medicine Hat A few clouds, becoming clouily with isolated showers this afternoon. Highs today Ed lo C5. Lows tonight 15 to 50. Sunday, mainly cloudy, Ifighs near CO. Calgary Mainly cloudy to- day wilh isolaled showers. Vinds NWZO and gusty during :he afternoon. Higlis 55 to 60. Lows 35 to 40. Sunday, mainly cloudy. Highs near 50. ColnmMa-Kootcnay Region- Today mostly cloudy. A few showers in the Columbia dis- trict. Cooler. Sunday, mostly cloudy with a few showers. Higiis both days, 55 to 60 in tha Columbia dislrict and near 70 in Uie Kootenays. Lows tonight 35 to 40 in the Columbia and 40 to 45 in the Kootenays. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Partly cloudy, warm and windy today with scattered showers northwest late this afternoon. Cloudy and cooler Sunday with scattered showers, mostly north Sunday. Highs today 70s. Lows tonight, 45 to 55. Higha Sunday 55 lo 65 north, 65 to 75 south. West of Continental Partly cloudy today, becoming cloudy with scattered showers lale this afternoon, tonight and Sunday. Cooler Sunday. Highs lodny 70s. Lows tonight 40s. Highs Sunday 60s. THE MANE ISSUES Opposition leader Robert Stanfield took a meet-the-people stroll through a Regina shopping centre Friday shortly after arriving for a public rally. 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