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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta a THE LETHBRIDGB HERALD Saturdoy, ieptimbir 11, 1971 Opposition to press for farm payment OTTAWA (CP) Tlie oppo- sition will continue next week to try every opening offered by Ihe Commons rule book to press the government on its refusal to obey the law and pay more than million owed to Prairie wheat fanners. Friday, Wallace Nesbitt (PC m e t a procedural roadblnck after aslcing the Speaker to put to the vote a motion to set up a Commons inqillry that could lead to im- peachment of the responsible cabinet ministers. Speaker Uicien Lamoureux said the motion could not be forwarded the way it was put Friday, but C o n s e r vative House Leader Gerald Baldwin, originator of the motion, said in an interview he will ask the Speaker to make another rul- ing Wednesday or Thursday if the govenunent does not take action first. The issue involves the refus- al of t h e government t o pay to the Canadian wheat board money due farmers un- der the Temporary Wheat Re- serves Act. The overdue p a y m ents, which the wheat board is re- quired to pass on to farmers, date back to July 1970. Otto Lang, minister responsi- ble for the board, said in an overnight debate late Thursday that the payments had not been made because the govern- ment wants to wait for passage of a new bill that vtould repeal the act and provide funds to stabilize western farm in- comes. The proposed hill, stalled for iconths in the Commons, also provides ofr an i m m cdiate million payment that would replace the payments due under the present law. OpporiHon MPs have said Hie government is holding a club over the opposition by withholding the reserves act payments until its bill gets passed. Stanley Knowles (NDP Winnipeg North Centre) says Uie issue involves more than farmers' problems. is Being done is in defiance of the rule of Inw and the traditions of Parlia- he slid in winding up the emotional overnight Je- bate. The government coidd use the same tactic and slop pay- ments of family allowances to try to lorce the opposition to pass its proposed new family security bill. Government sources said privately Friday the opposition was succeeding in adding to the government's embarrass- menf. Only two Liberal MPs, In- cluding Mr. Lang, responded to opposition charges during the debate, and neither disput- ed that the law was being broken Mr. Lang said he "would gladly go to jail in the cause of the Prairie farmers." But on Friday, External Af- fairs Minister Mitchell Sharp, acting prime minister, told the Commons: "We don't consider the gov- ernment is in breach of the law." He would not elaborate when questioned laler outside the House. Mr. Baldwin, forecasting fu- ture oppusition tactics on the issue, said the opposition would use the next debating day al- loted to topics of the opposi- tion's choice to bring up the issue again. Govenunent House Leader Allan MacEaclien has not an- swered a letter from Mr. Bald- win asking for a day to debate the motion to impeach minis- ters, but his spokesman said a response would come shortly. Mr. Baldwin wants a debate that will lead to a wte, mak- ing every MP declare his stand on the issue. "It's this cringing in the cor- ners that botners he said. There was no way of getting at them. Govt. to study tax sources BUS WRECKAGE A tour bus rests amid wreckage afler being involved In collision with a Iruck Friday in Valdepenas, Spain. Seventeen Canadian tourists were killed in the collision. EDMONTON (CP) The provincial government intends to launch a study into various sources of tiaxalion as alterna- tives to the property tax row used in financing the school foundation program, Raymond Clark of Burdelt, Alberta Trus- t e e i Association president, said. Mr. Clark- made the stale- ment after ASTA officials met Education Minister Lou Hynd- Strike ends at Winnipeg WINNIPEG (CP) The general construction strike in Manitoba has ended with a joint announcement from the Winnipeg Builders Exchange and spokesmen for the unions that both parties had agreed to term of a new multi-trade agreement. Six unions, including carpen- ters, laborers, painters, plas- teres, insulators and sheet met- al workers, have negotiated a full settlement and will return to work Monday. 18 dead Nine in serious condition VALDEFBNAS', Spain (Reu- ter) Nine Canadians were in serious condition in hospital oday wilh injuries suffered in a lead-on highway collision thai 'jlled 18 persons Friday. The condition of four of the Canadians was described a s rrave, and doctors worked ROTHMANS CALENDAR OF COMING EVENTS FUnninB a community erem? Tito ream 9 tolhmaru Social Evcnti Caravan now. Tin Caravan, frith Iti public ftddrus system end modem stego facilities it available 1m of tlwfe iy willing lo: Promotion RothnWni of fi I Mall Canada Limited, 34H Eli Sttcel Sonth East, Canary M, Alberta. SATURDAY, SEPT. 18 One Club, Harvest Ball, Polish Hall, 9 lo 1, Music by Moon Glows. Circle Square Dance Club, regular dance, Southminster Hall. p.m., box lunch. Order of Moose, Films on Mooseheart and Moose-haven, p.m., Moose Hall, social and dance to follow at 9 p.m., mem- bers and inivited guests. MONDAY, SEPT. 20 Square Dance Club Get Ac- quainted dance for beginner square dancers, 8 p.m. Southminster Hall, lunch supplied. TUESDAY, SEPT. 21 students' parents, informal meeting with Mr. Ken Sauer, Collegiate, 10 a.m. for dis- cussion of matters of interest. of Uie Old Timers Pemraican Club, Whist Card Party, Club Rooms, 9th Street and 5th Avenue, S., 8 p.m. Handicraft Guild, first meeting, 2 p.m., Bowman Arts Ccnlre, weaving les- sons. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 22 Man's ACW, all day Rummage Sale, St. Mary's Parish Hall, 10 a.m. 9 p.m. THURSDAY. SEPT. 23 Association for the Mentally Re- tarded, Annual Dinner Meeting, p.m., Sven Ericksen's Restaurant.. Phone 327- 3251 and tickets and reservations. .SATURDAY, SEPT. 25 of Uie Old Timers' Pemmican Club, Tea and Bake Sale, 2 p m. in Club Rooms, 9th Street and 5th Avenue, South. Rolhman'i Weekly Calendar of Evanli ll a servicj lhat is provided free of charge to all non-profit organizations in tho area, fn order that your crgonizalian'i events are listed on tho Calendar, send the necessary Informa- tion by mail please to MRS. HEIEN KOVACS, Tho lethbridgo Herald. COMING EVENTS Council of Home and School As- sociations, Winslon Churchill High School, p.m., Monday, September 27. UCW, and Usable Sale, Church Hall, Sept. 30 8 p .m. lo 9 p.m., and October 1 9 a.m. Macleod Old Time Dance Club, Annual Harvest Ball, p.m. lo a.m. Elks Hall. Lions Club, Annual Halloween Candy Drive, Door lo Door Canvas, Oclober 4, 5 and 6. Leaf Chapter No. 7 OES, Friendship Tea and Bake Sale, Soulhminster United Church Hall, Saturday, October 9. Junior Girls' choir, directed by Anne Campbell, Operella "Puddin Head The Oct. 23 and 24, Yates Centre. of the Nile, Iras Club, Second Annual Fashion Show, "Concept Seventy- Yates Centre, 8 p.m. Tickets 327- 5355 and 328-8627. DAILY Yuko Japanese Garden, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Alexander Gait Museum, Wednesday and Sunday, 2-5 p.m. Mile Drop In-Centre, 10 a.m. 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, and all sla- tutory and public holidays. WEEKLY Outdoor Club, 9 a.m., Sundays, Call 328-7265, 327-0530 or 327-7559 for in- formation. The best tobacco money can buy through the night In an effort to save their lives. Seventeen of the but two from mem- bers of a party of 26 Canadian tourists, most of them women, en route to Costa del Sol as part of a 21-day excursion tour of France and Spain that began Sept. 9. The accident, which took place on a main highway near this town 130 miles south of look the life of the Spanish truck driver whose ve- hicle had a flat lire and swerved into the path of the. Ca- nadians' southbound bus. Police said the truck was loaded with rocks. Nine tourists, the French bus driver and the Spanish tour guide were seriously injured in the crash, which occurred about halfway between Valdepenas and the town of Santa Cruz de Mudela in Spain's La Mancha region. EMBASSY GIVES NAMES A Canadian embassy official who came from Madrid re- leased the names of the dead and injured. But the identilies of those who were gravely hurt were not made known. Police sources here said the tour was organized by the Mont- real travel agency of Agence Andre Malavoy. After coming from Paris, the 26 Canadians had spent Thurs- day night in Madrid before leav- ing Friday morning for Spain's south coast and a tour of the Andalusia region. They had just eaten lunch in Valdepenas and were on their way south when the accident oc- curred. All 17 of the dead tourists were belived to have been killed outright. The truck driver, 51-year-old Antonio San- chez Blanco, died later in hospi- tal. Among the injured, only Span- ish tour guide Pedro Villalba Femande was able to speak to reporters today. "I was explaining the charac- teristics of the countryside to the he said "when I felt a tremendous blow and I don't remember anything else." Canadian Ambassador J. E. G. Hardy is expected here today to visit the injured and super- vise the preparation of the bod- ies for shipment home. Relatives of the victims also are expected to begin arriving here during the day. The five-ton truck was almost demolished. Its front end was pushed Into the driver's cab. Most of the load of bricks was scattered along the highway's shoulder. The biue-and-whlte French bus was crushed on the left side. Most of the forward seals were compressed like an accor- dion. A civil guard officer at the scence a slraigh, wide, Hat stretch of highway about six miles south of tiie truck was travelling at about 50 m.p.h. and the bus al about 65 m.p.h. at the time of the collision. Dead, injured VALDEPENAS, Spain (CP) Following is a list provided by police of dead and Injured in the crash between a tourist bus and a truck near here Fri- day: DEAD Alive Dutil, 57, St. CartlUe de Bellechasse, Quc. Lisey Benay, 2, Montreal. Lucienne Guetin, 58, Prince- ville, Que. Alice Fedora G-aumont, 76, St. Marcel, Que. Alice Marie Guertln, 63, Ram Nord, Que. Gertrude Marie Margueritte Bealieu, 63, Riveere de Loup, Que. Jeannetta Agalhe Hugo, 49, Sherbrooke, Que. Annette Gaumont, 62, Mont- real. Loulsettc Marie Lamonue, 36, Ete Marie del Auoe, Que. Getrade Cobei, 52, St. Remi de Tingwick, Que. Bamndette Clarise Bouquet, 57, Otlawa. Monique Saint Croix, 36, St. Isidore, Que. Annette Marie Guerln, 68, Quebec City. Eduard Duchamer, 57, Mont- real. Louis Saint Croix, 39, Cap des Hosiers, Que. Jean Joseph Lamondc. 34, Quebec City. Taber Times 'tops5 EDMONTON (CP) The Tabcr Times and St, Paul Jour- nal dominated awards al Ihe Alberta Weekly Newspapers As- socialion convention Frdaiy. Each won three awards in Ihe better newspaper competilion with the Times winning the care- 5ory for weeklies with a circula- .ion over and the JS-JT- na] in the section for weeklies under circulation. Each newspaper won first spot in the judges' evaluatdon of best all-round weekly, best front page and best editorial page. The Taber Times, published by George Meyer and in wliich Walter Koyanagi has a part ownership, has a full-lime staff of H and employs the offset production process lo serve subscribers wilhin a mile radius of l-he comunilly in southern Alberta. Charles Viau, 69, Montreal. Antonio Sanchez Blanco, the Spanish track driver. INJURED Rita Carmen Samson, 55. Que- bec Cily. Maria Claude Lefevbre, 41 Croix Riviere, Que. Yolande Dupont, 43, Crobt Riviere. Rachel Appelton, 65, Mont- real. Collette Yolande Lacasse, 55 Quebec City. Madeleine Viau, 56, Montreal. Hughettc Lacombe, 52, Mon- treal. Holland de 43, Mont- real. Anne Marie Eva Belval, Pike River, Que. Claude Louis Marcel Gaillard, 46, Paris, driver of the bus. Pedro Villalba Fernandez, Madrid, Ihe tourist guide, NOW of tho town chef NOW LICENSED Our Delightful SMORGASBORD AVAILABLE ON WEDNESDAY EVENING to p.m. SATURDAY EVENING to p.m. Adulli 2.25 Children Under 1] 1.50 Town Chef Professional Bldg. Acroil from Paramount Thialrft 1965 Cliev cars check urged HARTFORD, Conn. (AP The state of Connecticut has asked Ihe United Stales gov- ernment to check inlo possible "dangerous corrosion" in 1965 Chevrolel frames. Gov. Thomas Meskill also urged al] owners of 1965 Chev- rolets to liave them checked for safety. Meskill, in a letter (o U.S. Transportation Secretary John Volpe, said an investigation has showed "Uie existence of dangerous corrosion in the frames of a number of 1965 Chevrolel automobiles." Judge retires WASHINGTON AP) Asso- catc Justice Hugo L. Black re- tired Friday from aclivc service on Uie United Stales Supreme Court, because of failing health. The 85-ycnr-old jurist's deci- sion to leave the bench was an- nounced by the White Ilousc, which said President Nixon hud accepted (he decision "with deep regret." A member of tho court since Aug. 12, Itlnck has Iwen n patient nt the Nnvnl Medical Centre in suburban Bclhcsdn, Aug. 28. k man and Municipal Affairs Mln. islerd Dave Russell. Mr. Clark said the new Con- servation administration wants to establish a more tax ease base for financing ed- ucation. The program is now financed by general revnues and a pro- vince wide levy of 30 mills on property. During tho campaign the Aug. 30 provincial in which the Conservatives oust- ed the 36-year-old Social Credit administration the conserva- tives said they favored aboli- tion of the 30-mill levy. Mr. Clark said the ministers indicated they wanted to invest- igate the possibility of relating citizen's tax level more closely with his income level. Many people now are pay- ing taxes on their property which bear little relationship to their earnings, Mr. Clark said. He said the association is nob advocating total abolition of properly taxes us a source of school revnue. Calgary girl killed at Regina REGINA (CP) Stanley James Luzny of Regina was remanded without plea to Sept. 24 when he appeared In city magistrate's court on a charge of non-capital murder in the death of Evelyn Bird. Miss Bird, who Just recently moved here from Calgary, died from internal bleeding caused by a gunshot wound. HOSPITAL CONTRACT LET EDMONTON (CP) M and M Construction Ltd. of Edmon- lon has been awarded a pro- vincial contact for construc- tion of a water reservoir at the Alberta Hospital Ail-port protest simmers down TOKYO (AP) The last ot about 300 farmers and students trying to prevent construction of an international airport on farmland at Narita, 18 miles east of Tokyo, evacuated their barricades during the night, police said today. Police said there were no major disturbances since au- thorities tightened control over Ihe students and farmers after the deaths of three policemen in clashes in which another 159 policemen were injured, 34 se- riously. The barricades were built on land that six farmers refused lo sell to Uie government for the airport. The leftist students oppose the construction, saying the airport would be used for military planes. Weather and road report 60 ABOVE ZERO AT SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET SATURDAY Lclhbriilgc..... 55 36 Pincher Creek 56 33 Medicine Hat 56 30 Winnipeg....... 54 35 53 27 Calgary 57 40 Edmonton 61 35 Penticton........ 65 36 Cranbrook.......59 30 Castlegar.......08 35 Vancouver.......67 Peace River.....-67 IVhitehorse .......57 Portland........ 76 San Francisco 71 Los Angeles......77 Halifax ..........75 Montreal Toronto Chicago New York Rome 46 64 Paris............47 66 46 50 28 52 57 70 75 Gl 65 51 63 43 66 62 72 75 London.......... 52 68 Berlin 39 55 Amsterdam 54 64 Moscow 43 52 Tokyo 64 68 FORECASTS Calgary Lclhbrldge Medi- cine Ilfll Regions: Mostly Btmoy today. Wanner. Winds south- west 15. Turning cooler willi gusty northwest winds lale Ihli afternoon. Highs 70 lo 75. Most, ly clew and cool tonight. Lowl near 35. Sunny on Sunday, llighl 65 lo 70. Jasper-Iianfl: Mostly sunny today and Sunday, Clear and cooler overnight. Highs in the mid-sixties. Lows 30 to 35. K o o t c n a y, Columbia Today: cloudy with a few show- ers, clearing this evening. Sun- day: sunny and a litlle warm- er. Highs, loday near 70: lows tonight 40 to 45. Highs Sunday, 70 to 75. COME IN AND DEAL NOW ON AN ALLIS-CHALMERS MODEL 240 POTATO HARVESTER TAKE ADVANTAGE OF: DRASTICALLY REDUCED PRICES Low Down Payment! Interest Freo Financing to April 1st, 1972 BARLEY or WHEAT Taken In Trade at your exclusive Allis-Chalmert Dealer for Lethbridge and Trading Area GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 377-3165 LETHBRIDGE, AITA. P.O. BOX 1202 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways In Uie Lcth-1 dry and In good driving condl- irldge District are bare and' lion. POIITS OF ENTRY (Opening ond Closing Coults 24 hours: Carway 5 a.m. lo 11 p.m. MST; Del Bopils 7 n.m. lo I p.m.; Rooscvillc, B.C. 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.; KinRsgalc, D.C., 24 lours; Porlhlll-Rykerts (1 n.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain 6 a.m. o 9 p.m. Wildhorse, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Logan Pass open 24 hourj dally, ;