Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
1KB LETHBRIDCE HERALD Tuesday, September 26, 1972 Auodier assassination Ulster violence BELFAST (AP) The face- less killers of Belfast gunned down another victim, in Ihovr eh adowy vend elta loday as Nort hern Ireland's Protestant politicians prepared to hammer U.S. Senate condemns Tliieu govt. WASHINGTON (AP> The United States Senate adopted Monday a condemnation o' what it called repressive act: of the regime of President Ngu- yen Van Thicu in South Viet nam. The Senate demanded that the U.S. quite supporting at- tempts by the South Vietnam- ese government "to discourage legitimate opposition by abridg- ing the right to vote, freedom of the press, or other individual liberties." The amendment to the billion foreign miltary aid bill was adopted by voice vote with only four Democratic senators and no Republicans on the floor. out with the British-government the thorny nroblem of who will have security powers in Ulster. Police found the body of man, shot through the head, in the predominantly. Pi eastern outskirts of afte-r shooting was heard in the area. The man was not diaicly identified, but speculated he was the victim of the rival F and Protestant assas- sins terrorizing the city. The death brought Ulster's three-year fatality toll to 572. The man was the second to die since a conference on Northern Ireland's future opened Monday heavily-guarded country hotel at Darlington, northern England. raps gears THE CANADIAN the Conservative cadcr a result, he said, there Is planning in use of (AP) Two mote aneloads of Ugandan clip by the British high commission in Kampala to pace of the federal Mr. Trudeau exploitation without in the autumn holding British pass- campaign cased Monday, as Prime Minister Lcthbridge, Medicine Ssit and Calgary, while pollution and depletion. While he would not force to London Monday night s Britain geared up its who have been ordered out of the country by President the day resting at campaigns in interests out of Exodus" airlift Amiii. They must be out by near Calgary a nd and Dawson Creek, in Canada, he more camps to 7. Leader Waterloo, Ont., all future' exploration far, permits have rested in Otiawa Leader David done with Canadian government hastily issued and Britain hopes flying to another category to way, Canada could preparing more step up the airlift, swollen by Vancouver, Mr. describes as "corporate its ownership of bases to house alwrtive start last week, by a news conference that families who are at least Asians out minister is trying said the tax system, resource industries' to flood into Britain at next more me une mploy ment on excessive benefits unable to pay o! a day for the planned. ,-Ai who are caught up in it, "This is a most dishonest and petroleum interests, encourages them to use up share of taxes, Mr. Lewis id, the government could Officials reported entry 10 flights originally scheduled for the next week ishonor able piece of too some financing. But in were being issued at been increased to 22 to HKgHRLiC 'v' the government would get share of the ownership penniless Asians processed group companies. Today, Mr. Lewis campaigns n Vancouver and New Ainin's sudden 48-hour deadline Friday and prevented from leaving by a crackdown to B.C. Social Credit Leader Real aouette, speaking on a the Ugandan ruler. Officials said they wanted to get the Asians moving whita (CP) The Alberta College of Physicians singled out lor profes-lonal discpline. It seeks radio program, at-icked Mr. Trade au's lias relaxed security between Kampala and Entebbe Airport. ly asked the provincial government Monday (a: the right to add three non-physicians to its to compel a doctor to estify at a meeting of the committee. Doctors now may refuse on unemployment, "he prime minister had said that many unemployed persons efuse to work, preferring YORK (Reuter) -tlethadone, the synthetic narcotic widely toted as a were reports there were as many as 20 roadblocks on the 22-mile route where sol- college, licensing body [or Alberta's doctors, revealed its plan during a legislative committee hearing in the same manner a irisoner may refuse to testify n public court. The proposed Icgisla on unemployment insurance payments. Mr. Caouette commented that t is hardly fair to offer an heroin addiction has become he second-leading cause of death among narcotics users, tatistics released were robbing the fleeing Asians of jewels and valuables they had hoped to use to bankroll their new life. and occupations. enable the college to cross examine doctors n job wiping floors. He said unemployment The New York City from Kampala said restrictions on. the road had t AIU befcrre the hoard. It be tlie office said there relaxed. But officials here cacti ot Aluoria s two university medical faculties to allow the college to seize relevant documents from to provide a guaranteed annual income which would than one methadone-re-ated death a day apprehensive Am in may be about to trigger a new crisis any incentive to about three a day It was announced he had rian Herlihy of Vicloria demon-versity School cf Forestry in Que-strength to spectators as part of the council to 17 from the current 12 would require a revision of the medical profession or surgeon charged wit! unprofessional activities. The proposed legislation is similar to the control of in receiving unemploymen nsurance. But those cheatini now should be jailed, he heroin. The number of methadone-inked deaths has risen sharply as more methadone clinics tlie British consul in Kampala, George Hawkins. Hawkins, 51, led a smaT. group of officials from the Brit- of Quebec and British Walter Mirlin, Society of Alberta open in the high commission in Kam- the college, said the decision to seek lay membership on in the province. A lawyer for the Ottawa, a spokesman fo Central Mortgage and were 45 deaths in 1970 and 330 in 1D71. There were last week to press ilies to release Britons jailec was based on Boyer, said the propof ed changes in the Medical reacted to charges tlie first eight months of Ugandan troops. of public interest, but by Mr. Lewis that is expected to appoin' Act would go worked overtime total number of replacement for Hawkins Alberta Medical for stiricter legist weekend to "cook" deaths up to Sept. senior diplomat in H 1 f supports the college's discipline of housing to make the some 63 more than is High Commissioner said an AMA brief to caused by public look Slater. member legislative Hunt, CMHC inform lent A British soldier shot in Dr. Mirlin said thece legislative committee also received a brief from director, called the allega lion "ridiculous." He said "L will head by a guerrilla sniper Sat ten urday died Monday night. reaction on a member Alberta Society to 40 CMHC f a was the 150th soldier, including in Ulster niilitia troops to dJ o scale among Alberta doctors and Therapists, whic wants legislation to make during the weeken( that was overtime ISCiS'ST T -kl 1 tant Ulster since August, hoped the new considered a with normal PRESENTS JTHE East Only hours before, guerrilla-the of the Irish Republican Arm; had badly damaged the prove the "closed shop imago of the doctors' profession Is of self government, in eluding the right to Levesque, leader of th separatist Parti Quebecois, and road admit them to Montreal radio audience slice a 500-pound bomb in a raid The college also asked and discipline them referendum on Quebec WEDNESDAY easterly winds. Lows itest was clearly designed to tougher controls over wliich 30; highs 35 to 40. man he politicians at Darlington hfi an L Region Today Killed by siiake SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) A 59-year-old mother of four died today, eight days after being bitten by a rattelsnake during a church snake-hand hug ritual. Bculah Bucklen was bitten twice by the snake Sept. 16 at the Jesus Pentecostal Churcli in nearby Putnam County. M. C. Slavich, C.L.U. Representative IETHBRIDGE Tel: 327-5514 E. Mayoske Representative LETHBRIDGE The Government wants you to keep more of your income tax dollars. So why don't you? Call your nearest Manufacturers Life Representative. The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company iA's bloody campaign will ontinue. Another IRA strike in Bel- ast's city centre fell apart a 14-year-old girl smuggi- ng cigarette pack-sized fire- ombs past troops panicked, ne of the devices activated in er pocket and set her coat af- anie as she ficd. Another girl was trapped in a hop by soldiers who found an ncendiary device in her hand- ag. Six other firebombs were ound in nearby stores. Troops exchanged shots with ;ur armed men who set a ports club ablaze in Porta- (lown, 30 miles south of Belfast. Other explosions during the lay damaged a church hall in .oridonderry and a labor ex- change in Strabane. An attempt to blow up a new latholic chapel in east Belfast vith a huge car bomb failed vhen only five pounds of the 200-pound charge went off. Trudeau should swear in Frencii says Pepiu Canadian cliess team eliminated SKOPJE, Yugoslavia (CP-AP) six-man Canadian team failed to qualify for the finals at the end of seven preliminary rounds of play in lie 20th Men's Chess Olympics hero Monday. Tha Canadians amassed a to- tal of 18 points during the pre- liminaries, leaving them in third place behind East Ger- many with 21.5 points and Swe- den with 20 points. Two games between East Germany and Wales in the seventh and final round were adjourned Monday. Only tlie top two teams in each of eight groups will play in the finals, scheduled to start Wednesday. Fourteen of the 16 teams were known Monday. They aro the Soviet Union, Denmark, Yugoslavia, Hun. gary, Poland, West Germany, Czechoslovakia, Spain, East Germany, Sweden, Bulgaria, the Netherlands, the United States and Romania. Peru, Switzerland, Iceland and Argentina were in con- tention for the other two va- cancies, wilh adjourned games to be played in the seventh pre- liminary round. VANCOUVER (CP) Prime Minister Trudcau should swear in French if he doesn't want to shock the E n g 11 s h-speaking public, Trade Minister Jean-Luc PC- pin said in an interview Mon- day. Commenting on the use of a well-known four-letter word by Mr. Trudeau on Saturday, Mr. Pepin said using French- Canadian expletives "might be the answer for the prime minister." He said if people are upset about Mr. Trudeau's swear- ing "it might have something to do with cultural differ- ences." "French-Canadians are eas- ier on swearing than English- Canadians appear to he said. "Personally I swear only in Mr. Pepin added with a chuckle. "Puritanism is not foreign fo Canada. People make a difference between what you do in private or in small groups and what you do in public. "This seems to be an im- portant difference. The impli- cation is that if you swear, make sure no one bears you, or only a few people hear .you." Man sentenced to perpetual imprisonment SALVADOR, Brazil (Rou- ter) A 60-year-old farm worker sentenced to perpet- ual imprisonment for killing a donkey is appealing to the state court in this northern Brazilian city for retrial al- leging "judicial misdemean' or." Lawyers lor Mario Bispo dos Santos, who has been In jail now for one year, told a preliminary court hearing their client did not kill the donkey but was accused of the deed by his employer who wished to evade severance payment for 54 years of farm labor by dos Santos. In Quebec, swearing I more of a habit, Mr. Pepin said, so that Quebecers even swear coming out church. Mr. Pepin was in Van couver to address the annua meeting of the Canadia Graphic Arts Association. He also said liis party would soon escalate its "anti-cam- paign" against the federal elec- tion. He has described the anti- campaign's purpose as putting federalism on trial whenever possible. On another Montreal open- line show, Liberal candidate Marc Lalonde, formerly execu- tive secretary to Prime Minis- ter Trudeau, called the anti- campaign "a corruption of the democratic process" and pre- dicted it would damage the Parti Quebecois's support. Lcllibrhlge...... 43 Medicine Hat.....3fi Edmonton 33 4t .01 25 26 29 26 Calgary......... 33 28 55- 39 50 30 51 35 55 45 .01 Banff Victoria Prince Rirpert Kamioops Vancouver Saskatoon Regina 35 30 35 23 36 31 .16 52 57 56 57 67 64 57 42 52 46 50 46 55 41 52 46 79 63 .02 Esteyan..... Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa...... Montreal St, John's Halifax..... Charloltetown Frederic ton Chicago IMS Angeles...... 76 Rome............68 Paris S9 London.......... 63 Berlin........... 55 Amsterdam Moscow...... Stockholm Tokyo FORECAST: Lelhbridgc Medicine II.it Cloudy with brief periods of light rain. Hain turning to snow In the late afternoon or evening. Highs mid 40s. Wednesday: Periods of snow. Snowfalls will be heavy In the foothills. Overcast with periods of wet snow. Highs 35 to 40. Wednes- day: Periods of snow. Snow 'alls expected to be heavy in a 'ew locations in Ihe foothills. 3risk easterly winds. Lows near 30; highs near 35. Columbia Kootenay Region- Today and Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. Occasional light rain or mow today. Continuing cold. Highs both days 40 to 45 except 45 to 50 in the Kootenay dis- tricts. Lows tonight 25 to 30 in the Columbia and 30 to 35 in tho Kootenays. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Increasing and a little warmer most sections to- day with colder air and snow showers spreading southward across area this afternoon and tonight. Cloudy and cold Wed- nesday with snow showers most sections more numerous along southern mountains. Highs today 45 to 55. Lows to- night 25 to 35. Highs Wednes- day 35 to 45. West of Continental Increiasing cloudiness and a 'little walmer with scattered snow showers today. Cloudy and cooler with showers more numerous Wednesday. Highs today 45 to 55. Lows tonight 25 to 55. Lows tonight 25 to 35. Iliglis Wednesday mostly 40s. BEN-GURION IS 86 Former Israel Premier David Ben-Gurion siti behind o birthday cake during celebra- tion of his 86lh birthday or his home in Sde Boker, Israel, Monday. Writing on Ihe cake translates into "Mazol Hebrew for good luck. (AP Wiropholo) 2 BIG Horror Shows 'SCARS OF DRACULA' AND II HORRORS OF FRANKENSTEIN" CLEARANO HUTCHISON AUGERS "MOVE A WORID 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, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA Highway I, Trans Canada Highway, bare and dry. All highways In the Lelh- bridgc (Jisrllct are bare ana dry. POUTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coutta 24 hours; Carway 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Del Bonita 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Rooscvillc, B.C. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgafe, B.C.; 24 hours; Porlhill Rykerts 8 to midnight; Chief Mountain closed; VVildhorse, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.