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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 1HE irTHBRIDCS HERAID Saturday, September 23, Toy ads hit QUEBEC (CP) Advertising aimed at cliildren will face new government regulations in Que- bec, William Tetley, minister oi financial institutions, said Fri- day. Mr. Tetley made public the draft of a set of regulations which would outlaw advertising that encourages children to want exorbitantly-priced toys or any products which can he dangerous to a child's heallh. The regulations also woult prohibit exaggerated, inexact and false advertising, and an; advertising techniques able for children, he said. Mr. Tetley said lhat Quebec with its Consumer Protection Act, is the only province in Canada that can establish sue! controls. Western Canada chooses 4 WINNIPEG (CP) Dougla A. Ligertwood, president of th fledgling Western Canada Par ty, Friday announced the names of four candidates in the Oct. 30 federal election. At the same time, at a news conference in his south Winni- peg home, Mr. Ligertwood said the party expects to field between 10 and 12 candidates in various western constituen- cies. The candidates named are: Robert W. Thompson, 18, a stu- dent, lo contest the British Col- umbia scat of Burnaby Sey- mour, now held by Liberal Ray Perrault; Sam Davidson, pipe- fitter, to contest the Alberta scat of Pembma, now held by conservative F. Jack Bigg; Brian Edward' Lamulinski, 20, student, to contest the Saskat- chewan seat of Saskatoon- Humboldt now held by Liberal cabinet minister Otto Lang; and Ir-'ine H. Wiseman, 60, pharma- cist, to contest the Manitoba of Winnipeg North now i-.clti by New Democrat David Orlikow. HAPPY BIRTHDAY KIKA President Nixon plays a piano and large crowd sing "Happy Birthday" to United Stales Rep. Eligo (Kiko) ce la Gana of Mission, during Nixon's visit to Rio Grande City, Friday. (AP Wirephoto) Soccer results LONDON (CPl Results of Saturday's Old Country soccer results: ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Birmingham 2 Everton 1 Chelsea 2 Ipswich 0 Leicester 1 Wolverhampton 1 Fined for speeding LONDON (AP) Stirling Moss, former British Grand Prix motor racing star, was fined Friday for speeding. He admitted driving along the M6 super highway at more than 100 miles an hour. Britain has a national speed limit of 70. HOME OWNERS Home owners Why not use the Equity in Your Home? What is Equity? How much is your home worth? Deduct book comin OTTAWA (CP) A The Louder Voices: Corporate Welfare New Demo- crat Leader David Lewis wil1 be published next month, the NDP announced Friday. The party announced that the paperback will "bring together a complete picture of the corpo- rate welfare system" that has been described by Mr. Lewis uring the Oct. 30 federal elec Ion campaign. It is the second book by or .bout a leader to appear: in the ampaign. Prime Ministei Tnideau launched Trudeau ei Direct, a French-language pub .cation of various statement. 10 lias made about Quebec rhen he was in Montrea eccntly. An English-language book Conversations with Canadians obtaining Trudeau about a variety of tilings ap isared before the election was called. Equity Equity is the Cash You have invested in your home! Equity is good for Cash at FARMERS MERCHANT TRUST CO LTD. Fishing war continues REYKJAVIK (Reuter) An fcelamlic gunboat and three British trawlers had a jostling confrontation in the pitch-dark Friday inside Iceland's 50-mile fishing limit. Although full details are not yet known, Ihe coast gua'rd said the gunboat had cut the trawl wires of two trawlers and then had (o take evasive action to avoid fouling its propellers on netting thrown overboard from the third trawler. The incident, the fifth of Its kind since the start of the new Anglo-Icelandic fishing war, oc- curred some 20 miles off Ice- land's northwest coast. 'Bobby for president' -ivcrpool 5 Sheffield U 0 Ian United 3 Derby 0 Newcastle 3 Leeds 2 s'onvich 3 Arsenal 2 south amplon 2 Crystal P 0 Itokes Man City 1 rottenham 1 West Ham 0 Vest Brom 1 Coventry 0 Division II Brighton 2 Oxford 2 Burnley 4 Blackpool 3 Cardiff 1 Bristol C 3 luddersfield 1 Sunderland 1 Middlesbrough 1 Hull 0 ilillwall I Fulham 3 Notts F 1 Aston Villa 1 Orient 2 Queen's PR 2 Preston 1 Carlisle 0 Sheffield W 4 Luton 0 Swindon 1 Portsmouth 1 Division III aolton 2 Tranmere 0 Brentford 1 Bournemouth 1 Bristol R 2 Plymouth 0 Chesterfield 3 Blackburn 1 Rochdale 1 Wrexham 0 Rotherham 0 Halifax 1 Scunthorpe 1 Grimsby 2 Siirewsbury 2 Swansea 1 Walsall 2 Port Vale 0 Watford 1 Notts C 0 York 0 Oldham 0 Division IV Bradford 0 Hartlepools 2 Cambridge 3 Peterborough 1 Chester 2 Crewe 1 Gilungham 1 Aldershot 2 Lincoln 2 Doncaster 1 Mansfield 3 Barnsley 1 Reading 5 Newport 0 Workinglon 2 Darlinglon 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Airdrieonians 1 Parlick 3 Arbroath 1 Ayr I Dumbarton 1 Aberdeen 2 Duno2e 2 Celtic 0 Hibernian 3 Dundee IJ I Kilmarr.ock 1 East Fife 3 Morton 2 Hearts 4 Rangers 1 Falkirk 0 St. Johnstone 2 Motherwell 2 Division H Orechin 2 Queen's Pr 2 Clyde 3 Albion 1 Dunfermline 3 Forfar I R Stirling 3 Queen of S 2 Hamilton 1 Clydebank 4 Hiiilh 8 Berwick 1 Stenhousemuir 1 St. Mirren 0 Stirling 1 CowdenbeaUi 0 Stranraer 3 Montrose G refused entry TORONTO (CP) A Marxist scholar, hired by York Univer- sity in Toronto and on salary since July 1, has been refused entry into Canada from Eng- land. John Saywell, dean of arts at York, was informed Friday that Istvan Meszaros, 42, would not he given a visa to enter Canada as a landed immigrant. He had resigned a senior post at the University of Sussex, where he had been teaching for six years, to come to York. "It was a kind of a coup to get Dr. Saywell said hi an interview. "We had consid- ered senior Canadians, an Aus- tralian and a couple of Ameri-1 cans for the post, and Meszaros came out on top." University officials had no idea why he was declined en- try. "Somewhere along the line, someone has flagged him as a security said Dr. Say- well. "I don't tarny what hap- pened but we're still trying to get him here. "There's no point in asking them why he's been refused. It appears they have some reason to believe he is a security risk." FLED HUNGARY Dr. .Meszaros had intended to come to Toronto with1 his wife and three children. One child, a musician, is studying in Lon- don. Dr. Meszaros was a member of the 1958 provisional govern- ment in Hungary and fled to Italy that year when Russian Stalinists took power. He now is n British subject. He is a Marxist theorist, lit- erary critic, political scientist and teacher of philosophy and ethics. He has written several books in four languages. He was to have taught two undergraduate classes and would have participated hi the planning of a new graduate course on social and political Later, federal Immigration Minister Bryce Mackasey said in a telephone interview that he will intervene in the case. Mackasey said Friday night he would be "more than happy to look into it in the light of the reputation of York Uni- versity and Dr. Saywell. I'll personally see that it mil be re- viewed." ESCAPES SHOOTING A polka officer inspects the cor of Philippines Defense Sec- relory Juan Ponce Enrile after it was peppered with bullets by unidentified gunman in a suburb of Manila late Friday. Enrile, wro was In another cor, escaped unhurt. Uni- formed Philippine police took over Ihe offires of the Manila Times and the Associated Press according to informed sources, and prjss communications were cut off. The de- velopment took place a few hours after ths assassination attempt on EnrMc. (AP Wirepholo) Rehabilitation urged on homes EDMONTON (CP> Nurs- ing homes and auxiliary hospi- tals would gain substantial ec- onomies if they carried out more vigorous rehabilitation programs, Alberta Health Min- ister Neil Crawford said Friday, Mr. Crawford told the clos- slng session of the Alberta Hos- pital Association's institute on progressive extended care the recommendation was made in a report to the government. He said the report indicated that proper rehabilitation could Improve the mobility and inde- pendence of some patients so they could he discharged from the Institution. The report, by the University of Alberta's department of re- habilitation medicine, showed that in the 12 institutions stud- ied, independent patients cost an average of a day for nursing care. But immobile pa- tients cost an average of daily. Mr. Crawford said cost bene- fits aside, independent patients are happier than dependent, bed-ridden patients. Explorer probes solar wind CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP Explorer 47, an 860-poun flying physics laboralor vaulted into an orbit Frid; night that will carry it mor than halfway to the moon to e amine the inter-planetary my lories of solar wind, radiatio and magnetic fields. Tlie satellite, largest in tl Explorer series, rode into spai at p.m. EDT atop a thre stage Delta rocket. Tories 'left Gun Itattle opens day in Belfast BELFAST (AP) Guerrilla gunmen and Protestant vigil- antes fought a gun battle in the flashpoint New Lodge district of Belfast early today after a day of violence in which two killed in Northern By THE CANADIAN PRESS As Prime Minister Trudeau and other Liberal spokesmen Friday continued their counter- attack against New Democratic charges of corporate lax ripoff, New Democrat Leader David Lewis happily told Toronto re- porters that the Conservatives are being left out of the elec- tion campaign. "The Tory party has nothing to say in this Mr. Lewis declared, party stands for "The the Tory same Classroom crackdown recommended WINNIPEG (CP) The new president of the Canadian Edu- cation Association said Friday the country's educational sys- tem should return to traditions of discipline and order in the classroom. Dr. H. M. Nason of Halifax, deputy minister In the Nova Scotia department of education, said in an interview that the NEW YORK (AP) Bobby] new freedoms granted to stu- Fischer's official city hall wcl-1 dents in recent years have per- come to New York City had all the trappings of a political "Bobby for Presic'ent" butlons. A choir sang In Excelsis Deo, A U.S. Coast Guard band played a spunky tune, familiar at this year's Republican con- haps extended too far. "Freedom has little meaning if it is net tempered with dis- he said on the final day of the association's annual meeting. From the reaction of dele- gates to talks and discussions men were Ireland. The shooting erupted after ri- val mobs of rioters clashed in Duncairn Gardens in the area where Roman Catholics and Protestants face each other across an uneasy truce line. Troops who moved into the area came under fire and claimed they hit one of the gun- men in Ihe hour-long clash. An army spokesman said most of the fire came from the Catholic 70PC. The trouble, grimly reminis- cent of the early days of the ilirec-year-otd sectarian feud iri ULslcr, began when n Protes- tant mob marched inlo Ihe Calholic sector and beat up a man in the street The violence followed spo- radic shooting in Belfast and Londonderry. Snipers wounded two soldiers, one of them criti- cally. KILL ARMY OFFICER Snipers also lured an army patrol and a police squad car into ambushes near the border with the Irish republic and killed an army officer. Earlier, police found the body of an unidentified man, stabbed to death, in a street on the out- skirls of Belfast. The soldier was a 23-year-old lieutenant leading a patrol in- vestigating a reported guerrilla mine near Crossmaglen. The army captured two chief- tains of the Irish Republican Army's Provisional wing, or.e of them a brigade commander, in "lucky break" swoops in Belfast and Londonderry. tilings as the Liberals and they are having trouble finding an issue." Conservative Leafcr Robert Stanfield, meanwhile was on a tour with Auditor lias friend in Baldwin OTTAWA (CP) The office of the auditor-general needs the protection of new legislation lo guarantee him freedom, inde- pendence and integrity "in light of a savage government vend- etta against Gerald W. Baldwin, Progressive Con- servative House Leader during the last Parliament, said Fri- day. In a prepared statement, Mr. Baldwin said there is an urgent need to underwrite protection for the office, which reviews overnment spending. He said ils year's budget estimates, long with later supplementary stimatcs likely will total about 18 billion. Terror leads agenda UNITED NATIONS (CP) reposals for UN debates on In- ernational terrorism and U.S. military presence in South orea loomed as controversy- nakers today as tlve General ssembly meels to decide its genda for the session opening londay. Secretary-General Kurt Wald- eim vxm a victory as the as- embly's steering commillee oted 15 to 7 with two abslen- ons Friday to send Wald- eim's proposal for terrorism ebate to the assembly. Arab nd African countries opposed uch debate wliile Canada, tha United States and Britain strongly favored it. On the Korean question, Vestern and South Korean dip- omats said they expected the assembly will decide to defer until next year the debate re- quested by 28 Communist and non-aligned countries. Soviet exit fee opposed WASHINGTON (Reuter) A Senate subcommittee Friday rejected an amendment de- signed to curtail future United trade unless Moscow drops Us education tax on people wishing to emigrate. The House of had added io its billion foreign aid appropriations bill Thursday an amendment to prohibit use of government money to provide loans and credits to any country Imposing an exit fee of more than on its citizens. Weather and road report SUNHISE SUNDAY SUNSET Letlibriclge Medicine Hat Edmonton Calgary Pincher Creek I. Prc SO 33 27 31 oi southeastern recent convert Quebec Claude didate. Mr. Stanfield Wagner, a former provincial Liberal cabinet minister now running as a Conservative can- told reporters he was "very pleased" with the reception given Mr. Wagner in the small Quebec communities they visited. The Conservative leader made no major speeches. venlion. And Fischer arrived j (luring the convention, "I detect f. a r ly-instead of :i feeling we should return lo wreathed in smiles and wearing morn traditions! approaches in maroon suit. education." Ministers reveal holdings TORONTO (CP) Nine On lario cabinet ministers revealec Friday they own land in addi tion to their family residences and recreational properties. The disclosures were made t> comply with orders issued las Thursday by Premier William Davis that his ministers publi cly list all land they own othe lhan that used for homes an recreation. The lists were filed wilh Ro derick Lewis, clerk of the legis lature, and will be available for public scruliny. FIRM TOTAL DOWN OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian forestry service recorded forest fires across Canada in August, a higher total than for the same month last year hul with damage considerably lew. Jasper......... .45 Banff Coronation Vermilion Grande Prairie Penlicton........57 Victoria .........53 Prince George .40 25 32 33 29 38 28 32 23 36 Kamloops Vancouver Prince Albert Saskatoon Swift Current Moose Jaw Regina Television in house promised FREDERICTON (CP) A Conservative government would tllow television and radio cov- erage of House nf Commons de- latcs to help bring attention back lo Parliament, Con- servative Leader Robert Stanfield said today. Replying lo a caller on a Maritime open-lino show broad- cast from station CFNB, Mr. Slunfield said Parliament is Ihe place "where things ought to be discussed." But ordinary Canadians only find out what goes on in the Commons through short radio and television clips garnered from leaders and MPs outside the chamber. Winnipeg 71 Toronto Ottawa..... Montreal Quebec Halifax..... Charlottetown 61 61 64 62 ...70 64 .26 Minneapolis ......G7 Los Angeles 80 Miami..........86 74 .11 FORECASTS Lclhbridge, Medicine Hal- Periods of rain today, chang- ing lo snowfhirrics during tile day. Turning colder and winds shifting to N15 to 20 to- day. Highs near 45. Cloudy Sunday with a few light snowfhirrios. Continuing cold. Lows tonight near 30. lliglis Sunday 40 to 45. Calgary Cloudy today wilh periods of wet snow mixed with rain. Winds N15. Highs near 40. Cloudy Sunday. A few light snowflurries. Continuing cold. Lows tonight near 30. Highs Sunday 35 to 40. Columfoia-Kootenjiy Today and Sunday, cloudy with show- ers, occasionally mixed with snow over higher terrain to- night. Continuing very cool. Highs today and Sunday, 45 lo 50. Lows tonight 30 lo '35. MONTANA East oi Continental Divide Variable cloudiness and cooler today with showers increasing, becoming mostly rain with snow at higher elevations ts- night and Sunday. Colder Sun- day. Highs today 55 lo 65. Lows lonighl 39s. Highs Sunday 40s. West of Continental Divide Showers and cooler today and Sunday with some snow at higher elevations Highs today and Sunday 45 lo 55. Lows lo- night mostly 30s. Shower held WARNER (HNS) A bridal shower honoring Miss V i c k 1 Dies, (daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dies of Warner, was heir] recently in the Warner Mem- orial Library. Fall flowers, miniature cars and culouts were used to decor- ate the tables. Mrs. Catherine Drake pro- tented the program- hall entrance loo narrow MONTREAL (CP) Chief Inspector Maurice Lcssard, of the Montreal fire department lestified at a coroner's inquest Friday thai his department has no authority lo interpret the city's construction bylaw. The bylaw sets requirements for fire ex'ts. Insp. Lcssard told the inquest into 37 deaths in a Sept. 1 fire at Blue Bird Club, that the main entrance to the upstairs Wagon Wheel dance hall was 18 inches narrower than the 54- inch wide stairway lending to .situation not un- der thn construction bylaw. CLEARANCE HUTCHISON AUGERS "MOVE A WORLD OF GRAIN THE WORLD OVER" SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! 2 only Hutchison Grain Augers, PTO drive at 1000 bushels of feed barley each. We also take cash. SEE us AT GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY, IETHBR1DGE PHONE 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF 3M A.M. TODAY COURTESY OK ASIA All In Hie Lelh-l Highway 1, Trans Canada bare ana Highway, bare and dry. bridge disrtict ore dry. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coutta 24 hours; Carway 7 a.m. lo 10 p.m.; Del Bonila 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Rooscvillc, B.C. 9 a.m. to G p.m.; KingEgntc. B.C.; 24 hours Porlhill RykerLs 8 a.m. to midnight; Cliirf Mountain closed Wildhorsc, B a.m. lo 9 p.m. ;