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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THt IFTHBRIDOE KERMD Mondoy, 13, WS- Trudeau anger shows in weekend campaign By THE CANADIAN PRESS Even for an election cam- paign, it was an unusual week- end. Among other things: Vancouver, the Right Honorable Prime Minister, Pierro Tmdcau, used an ob- scenity to tell R Vietnam-war protester to go away. For good measure, Mr. Trmleau also told liim to ''shut up." Her Majesty's Loyal tion, Robert Stairfield, told a radio audience that "I'd like lo be a lion." Democratic leader David Lewis a London, pnt., rally that the prime min- ister speaks with "a forked tongue." Conserve tivo candidate in Ottawa told a croud of people drawn mainly from sub- Honorable Leader of' sidled housing thV anyone China-Japan begin series of talks PEKING (Reuter> Japa- nese Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka arrived in Peking today and began a scries of (alks with Chinese leaders aimed at end- UN bans delivery of packages UNITED NATIONS CAP) The United Nations lias banned delivery of personal packages to employees Inside its head- quarters. The persons working liere got notice of the ban after explosive parcels turned up in tlie mail of Israeli diplomats around the world last week and a killed a diplomat at Israel's London embassy. The ban is among measures to cope with "security, protocol and public relations problems" while 113 foreign ministers and hundreds of other delegates are on hand for the General Assem- bly, Sept. 19 to Dec. 19. The UN notice said: "Per- sonal packages arriving by mail during this period will not bp delivered to United Nations headquarters. Staff members will be informed where they may collect them and it will be the staff member's responsi- bility to make the pickup." The employees were also ad- vised not to ask friends in for "social visits" and were cau- tioned that whenever a visitor came to see a staff member, the latter would have to "pro- vide an escort" from lobby to his office. "No visitor is to be permitted freedom of the secretariat said the circular. "Briefcases, packages and shopping bags carried by stalf members and visitors may be subject to inspection by secur- ity officers." ing decades of unhappy rela- tions between the two Asian powers. Tanaka and his Chinese counterpart Chou En-lai opened the first session of their dis- cussions in the Great Hall of the People 20 minutes behind schedule. Tanaka is the first Japanese prime minister to set foot on the Chinese mainland since the Second World War when war- time leader Hideki Tojo visited Peking during the Japanese oc- cupation of tiie capital. Tanaka was greeted on ar- rival by the Chinese premier who stood by his side as the na- tional anthems of the two coun- tries were played and the flags of Japan and China fluttered in tile background. It was the first time in 27 years tliat the Japanese flag had flown here and the Japa- nese national sym- bol of repression for millions of Chines been freely played. Tanaka and his parly were again greeled by Premier Chou and other senior Chinese offi- cials when they arrived at the Great Hall of the People for tbe first session of discussions ex- pected to load to the estab- lishment of diplomatic relations between Peking and Tokyo. Tanaka was accompanied to the talks by Foreign Minister lasayoshi Olura and chief cab- net secretary Susumu Nlkaido. Police lined the route rom the airport along which he party travelled, but secur- ly was less light than it was or President Nixon's visit last Getting arms BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) Bracing for an Israeli altack, Syria has been receiving un- specified quantities of arms, in- cluding ground-to-air missiles from the Soviet Union in the last few days, authoritative sources here reported Sunday. The Lebanese newspaper An Nahar also said that Sovie transport planes unloaded ship- ments of military equipment in Damascus Saturday. FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD Doctors strike HOME CAP) Doctors be- a three-day strike in hospi als across Italy today in wha could be the start of another 'hot autumn11 for the ailinj Italian economy. Strikes by more than Us mil iion workers in the construe .ion, chemical, rubber ss industries also are sched uled this week. An estimated unionize physicians walked out to pre- test what they claim is a poorl administered system for ac yancement under the civil sen ice laws. They promised t maintain hospital emergenc Suiies destroyed VANCOUVER (CP) A early morning fire destroye three suites in the Admira Hotel and forced the cvacua tion of about BO guests. A fir department spokesman sai none of the guests was injure- in the three-alarm blaze tha broke out on the top floor of th two-storey building, STAMPEDE WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM Nagasaki vs Superhawk Kamata vs Kroffat PIUS 4 BIG BOUTS SI.50 earning under a year Is in Ihe low-income class. 15 minutes, Vancouver hotel officials refused to tell Mrs. Trudeau what room her husband was in. I a u d e Wagner, Mr. Stanfietd's Quebec lieutenant, predicted that many supporters of tiie separatist Parti becois will vote Conservative in the Oct. 30 federal election. IMPACT FEARED Today the party leaders con- tinue their separate paths to Ihe Oct. 30 showdown: Mr. Trudeau rests in Calgary, Mr. Stanfield campaigns in Van- couver, Mr. Lewis visits the Ontario communities of Brant- toril, Kitchener and Waterloo, and Social Credit Leader Real Caouette is in Retjina. Liberal organizers were re- ported anxiously assessing the ecloral impact of Mr. ideau's four-letter obscen- same one he was ac- used of uttering in the House Commons. Organizers feared might wholly or partially ase what they saw as a good mpression left by him during ancouver open-line radio dis- ussions. The Incident occurred Satur-l jy, when Mr. Trudeau was ac- osted by the demonstrator on street. The demonstralor emanded lo know why Canada the .S. war effort in Indochina. On an open-line show, Mr. rudeau said the Unemplpy- lent Insurance Commission ill concentrate a crackdown persons illegally receiving ayments in the large cities here jobs are known to be vailable. But he stressed that the crackdown would not be a hunt. During his Van- ouver stay, the prime minister look hands in the Chinese see- on, toured the Italian section nd greeted people at a street ance. On another call-in show, at he other end of the continent, Ir. Stanfield was asked by the rogram host to submit lo a ttle psycho-analysis. The key uestion was: what animal do ou most want to be? A lion, Mr. Stanfield replied. 'I've always admired lions 'ery much. They represent vhat's noble in the jungle." He aid he doss not want to be a culture. REVIVE DEPARTMENT In a more serious vein, he .old Iris audience, listeners of 28 Atlantic Provinces radio sta- ions, that as prime minister he would re-create a separate fish- cries department. The former department now is blended with the environment department. That won him enthusiastic praise from the caller who had raised the subject. New Democratic Leader Lewis lashed the prime minis ter for "false and untrue' statements concerning unem ployment. He referred to Mr. Trudeau'a staiemenl lhat there are unfilled jobs and that man: persons prefer to slay on unem ployment insurance. "I think it takes a particulai kind of conscience and a par ticular kind of gall to say tha the unemployed arc Ihe bums of Canada. Thai's nnlnic, that1! false and that's unworthy of tin leader of a country. "There is unemployment ii Ibis country, there is massiv unemployment in this country for which the Trudeau govern ment is responsible and I hop the Canadian people will not b lulled by the prime ministe into thinking otherwise becaus he used words that are comin off a forked tongue." In Vancouver, Social Cred: Leader Real Caouette cha lenged all other party leader to a televised debate. He also criticized M: Trudeau's latest obscenity, say ing "the.-e are words tha shouldn't be used by a prim minister." Mr. Caouette proposed a sol tion to rising prices: all reta lers would be required to di count their goods by 20 per cen and would receive an equ amount from the government i compensation. FBI recover most of robbery loot KENO, Nev. (AP) Federal authorities have recovered of the stolen in he Tuesday robbery at Har- rah's Casino in Lake he largest casino robbery in Nevada history. Vern Loetterle, special FBI agent in charge, said Sunday .hat the money was found "in CAN'T BELIEVE IT Tho persistence of Nick Shugolo (left) on anti-Vielnam-war demonstrator who dogged the prime minister's steps in downtown Vancouver Saturday brought an expression of contempt to Mi'. Trudeau's face. Mr. Shugalo had asked him what he called Canadian suport of U.S. aggression in Vietnam, the prime minister ask- ed him tsvice, "Why don't you shut then shouted an obscenity at him. The words were the same he is said tc have used in the Commons last year en another persist- ent qu-estioner. (CP Wirephoto) UNLIMITED! MORTGAGE LARGE CMHC PROJECTS amounts available to r in excess of for Home Owner approved loans up to Other Loans from for new or existing residences apartments hotels motels commercial and industrial acreages Second Mortgages from 3500.00 FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th Street South LETHBRIDGE Phijne 328-5548 Nixon calls for reform of ivorld money system iVASHINGTON (CP-Reuter) President Nixon called today r complete reform of the orld monetary system and aid the United States would ess for a more equitable and ,en system of trade based on lir competition. The president told tlie annual eetirigs of the al onelary Fund and World ank that at; economic re must be created that could dp anu not liindcr the move- ent towards world peace. Nixon warned finance minis- rs and central bank gover- irs from 123 countries that as the- danger of armed con- ct between major powers is ;duced, the potential for ceo- omic conflict is increased." He did not give Ihe delegates ny specific suggestions, speak- g only in general terms and nnouncing that Treasury Sec- etary George Slmltz later in week would outline a num- er of proposals based on the st Ihinking of the adininis- ration's top economic advisers. Tiie president said the United tales was the only countrj at the IMF anc 'orld Bank meetings that ould not trace much of its ost-war growth to the ex- ansion of international trade. GIVES WARNING He warned that the United tatos would not tolerate wha e called an unfairness bull into the world's trading system Nixon said U.S. trading part crs must forgo the temptation use industrial devclopmen nd international commerce as on instrument of discrimination r rivalry. The time has como for ac Ion across tlie entire front o nternalional economic prob he said. Foreigners permitted to remain MONTREAL (CP) The Ga zetle says many of the foreigners In Montreal wh were facing deportation 'hav been granted landed immigran status under the terms of ne regulations announced June 23 The newspaper says the o of whom had started appc procedures against deportatio been accepto pending medical and polic checks. Another 45 have been refuse immigrant status and 333 eithe left the country or failed to pear. The new regulations, a: nounccd in June by Bryc Mackasey, minister of ma power and immigration, wei intended lo ease the rlepar ment's backlog of visitors wh were applying for landed imm grant stalus. Mr. Mackasey said nt th time that the regulations wou not affect the immigration a peal board, which is independ- ent of government, but that his representatives would make ar- guments for favorable consider- all on wliencver possible. The regulations allow exam- iners who failed applicants un- der the older, more severe "points" system to grant immi- grant status to those who seem to have adapted lo life in Can- aria while awaiting appeals. PieiTe-Paul Schweitzer, the IF's managing director, said ;rcemeiit on the basic prin- lies of monetary reform he- re lite next annual meeting ould be a "major achieve- enl" although the official nited Slates line is that such jrecment is possible by then. "I don't think we should look r a new, bright, shiny mone- :y system" coming out of tliis teeting, said Finance Minister ohn Turner of Canada. But ho as optimistic that the week- ng session could make real ogress toward an eventual so- ution. The main accomplishment is fpected to be the naming of a ew 20-membcr group of offi- als, broadly representing all lembcr countries, to do the ac- ual negotiating. The new group is an ex- ansion of the present Group of en, the 10 most wealthy na- ons of the non-Communist 'orld, of which Canada is a icmber. Underdeveloped and devel- ping nations have long com- lained that they have too litlle o say in the IMF's operation, "he new group, meeting for the fcst time Thursday, will in- lurje the original 10 plus 10 de- countries and will take ver negotialions on monelary eform formerly assigned to he Group of Ten. Member Seven killed hi weekend accidents By THE CANADIAN PRESS At least seven persons accl- denlly died on the prairies dur- ing the weekend, six in traffic and one in a plane crash. A Canadian Press survey from 6 p.m. R-iday to midnight Sunday night local times show- ed Manitoba and Saskatchewan wich with three falalities and Alberta with one. In Alberta, Paul Bergman, 0, was killed Friday when his bi cycle struck a truck near his Calgary home. Gun battle 32 tourists die in fire at nightclub Greece (Reuter) A Swedish tourist died in liospl- al today, bringing tlie death oil from the weekend fire which destroyed a nightclub on .his holiday island to 32. Some 27 of those killed were Scandinavians. Three others were Irish and two Greek. Athens coroner Demitrios Kapsaskis worked through the night to determine the Identity of the victims, most of them tmmed beyond recognition. His main clues were personal be- longings and wedding ri found on the bodies. Four ambulance planes were lo fly the 16 tourists injured in lhn fire to their countries There are 13 Swedes, two Finns and one Dane injured, Those who died in the firo were trapped on the secom floor of the nightclub reachec by a narrow staircase. In ttiei panic they apparently did no see two other emergency doors Most of those who jumped from the windows survived. A police spokesman said thi fire was thought to have beei caused by a short circuit. The Island of Rhodes, lyini off the coast of Asia Minor, ha been particularly popular wit' Scandinavian tourists for som years now. countries of the new group will speak fo: fellow members not instance, Can- ada also will present the views of Ireland and Jamaica. The goal is n system lo suc- ceed Ihe monetary system tht had been in effect since 19-14 hut broke down last year. Tem- porary repairs were made In t h e so-called Smithsonian Agreement hammered out in a special IMF meeting at the Smithsonian Institution here iast December. There is no dearth of plans for monetary reform, but little agreement on what the ap- proach should be. As tiie annual report on the IMF executive points out, there is a growing consensus lhat there should be a gradual dis- appearance of gold and U.S. dollars in favor of Special Drawing Rights, Ihe "paper old" created by the IMF three ears ago, as the principal in- trumcnt to settle international ebts. But U.S. officials have made lear that Ite U.S. will turn a eaf ear to monetary reform iroposals until the big U.S. bal- ,nce-of-paymenls deficit is vipcd out. Thus ttie present U.S. trade deficit would have to 50 transformed info a substan- ial trade surplus and lha Americans want monetary alks and trade discussions losely linked. Turner said Canada agreed vilh olher :ounlries in a London meeting if finance ministers recentl: hat there should be no inter of tlie continued alloca ion of SDRs. "I would hope lha I SDR. could become more o hold, with greater interes he said. Under terms of the Smithso- nian Agreement the U.S dropped the 10-per-cent impor surtax it had imposed the pre- vious August and, in effect, do- the dollar by increasinf he official price of gold. LOS ANGELES (Reuter) A north Los Angeles police sta tion came under siege for nearly one hour Sunday nigh when unidentified gunmen firec on it from all sides, pinning down the police on duly. Two unidentified men were shot and in custody, the offi als said. The firing began shortly he- re 11 p.m. on the Foothill sta on north of the San Fernand alley. Two nearby station ere put on alert and sent rein rcements to the beleaguerec olice station. Indian head lias 110 plans to resign post DRUMI1ELLER (CP) Harold Cardinal, president the Indian Association of A berta, said Sunday he will n< yield to demands that he n sign from his post. Mr. Cardinal, who last year resigned in a dispute with I dian affairs Minister Jea Chretien, said he will not ste] down again unless defeated i an election. Some members of the ass cir.lion had asked for his resi, nation recently, he said. Mr. Cardinal added that 1 went through a close electio and now feels he enjoys tl support of a majority of tlie I dians in the province. Lake Tahoe area." He did ot reveal how Ihe recovery ias made and said the rest ot :ie money had not been lo- afed. Four men were charged hi he case Saturday. Arraigned n federal charges of interstate ransportalion of stolen prop- rty were: Jack Cozad, 37, and Jonald Lcroy Rice, 35, both of tateline, Nov.; Larry Joseph iwinberg, 36, of South Lake 'ahoe, Calif., and lichard Norman, 38, of Reno. On Tuesday, a man wearing false beard and a cowboy hat and carrying a gun surprised ive unarmed casino employees and took a bag with the money, file man (hen dashed out of the asino, across the street and he California slate an accomplice who _was waiting with a motorcycle'. AtithoriSics have not divulged which two of the suspects par- icipated directly in the theft. World police join forces on terrorism LONDON (AP) An Inter- national department fo combat terrorism is being set up at Scotland Yard, a London news- paper reported Sunday. The Sunday Telegraph said a majority of member-countries of Interpol, the international police organization, decided to form the department and make London its headquarters to fol- low Hie Munich Olympics mas- sacre of Israelis and last week's letter-bomb attacks on Israeli diplomats and govern- ment officials. "Information passing Ihrough Inlerpol headquarters in Paris Is the newspaper csid. Weather and road report SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET II 30 31 28 30 32 27 SB 52 37 48 55 Saskatoon ........32 legina .cthbridgc..... Creek .ledicine Hat Cdmonton...... Grande Prairie Banff ialgary........ Victoria 'enticton...... Tince George {amloops Vancouver L Prc 15 .07 15 .OS 17 .11 27 lli 22 Vinnipcg Toronto Ottawa ilontreal St. John's Halifax...... :harlotlctown Chicago..... Angeles Home Berlin...... Amsterdam VIoscow Slockholm ........52 .09 .25 .03 .02 FORECAST: Lclhlirlilgc Medicine Tlat- C.ilgai-y Regions Today: mostly cloudy. Snovflurrlcs along" th cfooihllls. Highs 35- 40. Tuesday: Cloudy with period's of light snow. Lows tonight near 25; highs Tues- day near 40. Colnmlila Koolcnay Today and Tuesday: Mostly cloudy. A few snow flurries over the higher ground. Re- maining ccol. Highs both days 45 in (he north and 50 In tho soulh. Lows lonight near freez- ing. MONTANA East of Continental Divine Snow heavy at times southern mountains scattered showers north today. Cloudy with scat- tered snow showers continuing east and south portions tonight and Tuesday. Cooler sou'th not so cold north today and tonight somewhat warmer all sections Tuesday. Highs today 35 lo 45. Lows lonight 25 lo 35. Highs Tuesday 40 to 50. West of Continental Parlly cloudy north cloudy wilh scattered rain or snow showers south loday. Increasing cloudi- ness north showers Increasing all sections tonight and Tues- day. Litlle change in Icmpera- turc. Highs today and Tuesday 40 lo SO. Lows tonight mostly 20s. YOU ARE INVITED TO A FAREWELL FOR TH6 REV. E. R. DOYLE Formerly of St. Auguiline'l Church Colling Reception at tha PEMMICAN CLUB ROOMS TUESDAY, SEPT. 26lh 7 to 10 p.m. CLEARANC! HUTCHISON AUGERS "MOVE A WORVD 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, IETHBRIDGE PHONE 378-1141 OFFICIAL AS OK A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AM A All In bridge disrtict are dry. tho Lelh- bare ana Highway 1, Tran.i Canada Highway, bare and dry. PORTS OP ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coutls 2-1 hours; Carway 7 a.m. to II) p.m.; Del Honita 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Flooscville, 0 a.m. to G p.m.; Kingsgale, B.C.; 24 hours. -Porlhill Hykerls 8 a.m. to midnight; Chief Mountain closed Wildhorse, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. ;