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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THI IETHBRIDCE HSRAID Solurdny, Jcplembor 30, 1972 MDs are adamant in press censure EDMONTON (CP> The council of the Alberta College of Physicians and Surgeons was not responsible for the re- cent publication in the daily press of the names of six doc- tors charged with unbecoming conduct, the college's annual meeting was told Friday. Dr. Walter Mirlin, council president and head of the dis- cipline hearings started in the spring issue of the college's special bulletin. They previous- ly were published in the maga- zine of the Alberta Medical As- sociation. "Your council accepts full responsibility for this publica- Dr. Mirlin told the dele- gates. "However, council will not accept responsibility for their having reached the media. The Indians hate police PORT HARDY, B.C. (CP) A potentially explosive situa tion exists between RCMP and native Indians in the northern Vancouver Island community o Albert Bay, a University British Columbia law studen told a public meeting Frida; night Stuard Wells, who worker during the past summer will other law students helping I train six resident court worker at Alert Bay, said Indians hav developed a fear and hatred o the police. bulletin is sent to each physi- cian individually and is marked for limited distribution. "It would appear that certain of our colleagues have rlt to provide the press and radio with this information." Under the Medical Profession Act, provision is made for only one type of licence which is un- restricted provided the doc- or docs not break any laws of !ie land or commits any of- ence against the profession's moral and ethical code. Dr. J. C. C. Dawson of Toron- o, Ontario College of Physi- ians and Surgeons registrar, aid a paradox exists today n-ith a physician holding a full ind unrestricted licence being full practice privilege: >y a hospital's governing joarcl. Doctors also claimed thai he provincial health insurance commission is paying them ess than chiropractors for per forming similar services and were told chiropractors ch-argi excessive fees for some pro- cedures. Dr. J. J. Walker of Fort Ma clcod told the association tha the clu'ropractors' fee schedul allows them to charge patient more than a physician fo the same sort of examination. A follow up visit to a chiro praetor can cost twice as muc as a similar visit to a phys: cian, he added later. Dr. Walker said a chiroprac lor charges fees for sorn x-rays equal to what medica specialists in radiology ca charge, and more than wh general practitioners ca charge. The association believes in dividuals should pay for an chiropractic care they receivi .Doctors also criticized th fees of podiatrists (non-medical practitioners specializing in foot oral surgeons and optometrists. Trudeau govt. treats Canadians children' says Stanfield I SEARCH FOR BOMBS Israeli army sappers search for more bombs amid wreckage in Jerusalem super- market blasted Friday by Arab terrorist's explosive charge. (Associated Press Cablephoto) Willy Brandt walks tightrope Stay with cattle and hogs-Lang OTTAWA Justice Minister Otto Lang, who reports to the federal government for the Wheat Board has urged west- Woman prefe jail rs POET COQUITLAM, B.C. (CP) A woman began a 20- day jail sentence here rather than pay a fine imposed for letting the family's Del calf get into a neighbor's field. Judy Drein, 32, was found guilty of letting the animal run wild after the neighbor laid a charge two weeks ago. She was fined but refused to pay anc was briefly in jail, until friends paid the fine for her. When she was freed, she tolt them to cancel the cheque, anc on Thursday the RCMP came for her. ern farmers lo stay with cattle and hogs despite new liigh jrain prices. The minister, in statement ssued here Friday, said "It would be most unfortunte if Drairie farmers lost the gains .hat have been made in diver- sifying into livestock produc- Lion. "Certainly there may well he temptation for some, with new high grain prices to once again swing to complete dependence on grain. However one of the real problems of prairie agri culture in tions in returns from year to year. The nature of the export market for grains will cause these fluctuations to recur from lime to said Mr. Lang. The livestock industry is (hi corner stone of stability lo prairie agriculture, he said. The demand for meat is in creasing rapidly and appears I be moving more quickly tha the increase in supplies. Stabs tics indicate a three per cen increase in our Canadian cattl herd last year, less than the in crease in domand for beef, h pointed out. BONN (AP) Chancellor Brandt's West German eg ime achieved a break- hrough agreement Friday on pening relations with mBin- and China. This echoed Japan's move ie same day and risked a deli- ,ate balancing act for Brandt's relalions with the Soviet Union. The foreign ministry an- nounced that three months of ecret West German-Chinese a Iks here ended successfully 'riday. Foreign ministers Walter Gunfights, riots rage in Ireland Scheel of West Germany and Chi Peng-fei will sign a joint agreement on exchanging am- bassadors during Scheel's Oct. IO-to-14 trip to Peking, the first ever to that capital by a West German foreign minister, the announcement said. Informed sources said Scheel and his Chinese hosts, including Premier Chou En-lai, will dis- cuss increasing trade as well as an air traffic agreement and scientific and cultural ex- canges. By THE CANADIAN PRESS Prime Minister Trudeau gave a glowing account of Canada's foreign policy Friday, endeav- oring to add some new horizons to the campaign for the Oct. 30 federal election. But Conservative Leader Robert Slanfield and New Democrat Leader David Lewis kept their sights firmly fixed on things close to home. Mr. Stanfield continued to thump the government for high unemployment, calling it an ad- ministration so incompetent and insincere that it should not be allowed back into office. Mr. Lewis continued to attack what he insists is a cosy ar- rangement between the Liberal government and big business. In a speech to business- men and professional people al Toronto's Empire Club, Mr Trudeau stressed what he called concrete results from his government's foreign policy, re- sults that would mean a better life for every Canadian. Efforts to improve relations with the Soviet Union mean Canada will "enjoy a favored position as a supplier of whea to the vast Soviet h said. By being among the firs western nations to accord fu recognition to Com munist China, Canada had ob taincd "a head start of im mense value" in forging ne' trade and business deals. KEPT TIES Canada has attained full Inde pendence without breaking o close ties with Britain and th U.S., he said, because it ha avoided a policy of co frontation and "irritating othf countries for the sake of irrit tion." The same methods would t used in achieving financial an industrial independence, foreign ownership a mas sive frontal assault is not tl answer." Later, at a queslion-and-a swer session with voters Timmins, Ont., Mr. Tnidd admitted there is a lack of "a solute logic" in governments a lowing alcohol sales but prohi iting such drugs as marijuan If society began again fro scratch, much harsher positio against both alcohol and dr use probably would he taken. Mr. Stanfield started his day th some mainstreeting at the nt city surrounding the inter- tional plowing contest at ebringvitle, Ont., keeping ings light. Asked to get out of his ve- cle and judge the weight of a w, he took a leaf from the gend of strongman Paul Bun- WA chief unchallenged at moment VANCOUVER (CP) Jack loore, the burly strongman of ie powerful International Voodwqrkers of America, puts lis regional presidency on the ne at a union convention that tarts Monday. Although there are no an- oiuiced challengers for the eadership of the iritish Columbia division of he IWA, there probably will be ty the time the week is over. "I would have to get out andi lift il before I could tell." At a Toronto Conservative rally later, however, ho went back on the attack, saying the Trudeau government treats Ca- nadians "like children." He called the government in- competent, insincere and capr- icious, citing the revised unem- ployment insurance program as evidence. With more than 000 unemployed in August, with unemployment running at six per cent of the work force for more than a year, Canadians wanted to know the cost in the payout of unemployment bene- fits. "The Canadian people surely have a right to know the cost and the magnitude of the con- sequences of incompetence." Mr. Trudeau payouts for Sweep winners By THE CANADIAN PRESS Four Canadians won prizes of about each with Irish Sweepstakes tickets on Negus, winner of today's Cam- bridgeshire Handicap at New- market, England. One Cana- dian won about with a ticket on second-place Roy Bridge and three Canadians won about each on, Ved- vyas, third-place winner. Canadian tickets on the win- ning horse, as listed by sweep- stake officials in Dublin lafter the draw Thursday with horse's name, ticket number, name or and home town, were: NJB 92505, Millionaire, To- ronto; NHD 84562, Chips, Hali- fax; NMN 46859, Fanny, Tofield, Alta.; PTT 58468, Mild, Victoria. Tickets on Vedvyas were: NKJ M244, Dotty, Toronto; PSN 48277, Early Quit, Van- .couver; NLC 75721; C. Le- I Gurre, Sarnia, Out. has said the unemployment amount to several hundred mil- lion dollars, but exact figures would not be available until the commission publishes its next report. Jfr. Lewis, campaigning in Northern Ontario, told high school students in Chelmsford they should not be frightened by threats that resource extrac- tion companies might pull out of Canada if forced to pay higher taxes. IN IT FOR MONEY International Nickel Co. In Sudlniry was in business "nol to create jobs but to yank re- sources out of the ground." Ii needed workers to do this but would keep on operating a: long as a profit could be made. "So many of us have been brainwashed to think large corporations are in- vincible and omnipotent but this is not the case." It was a new facet to Mr. Lewis attack on what he calls "corporate welfare companies he says avoid pay- ing a fair share of the tax bur- den. Late Thursday night In Win- nipeg, called for a judicial in- quiry into possible conflict of Interest within, the govern- ment's Canada Development Corp. His call followed news re- ports that Douglas N. Kendall, CDC director, is the father of he president of a company in vliich the government-financed CDC has invested 54.5 million. DEMANDS INQUIRY "I think this kind of tie-up de- mands a full public inquiry." Mr. Trudeau, who returned to Ottawa Friday night, goes to Que., and Quebec today. He makes a short Montreal stop Sunday to wel- come victorious Team Canada players home from Russia, then heads for the Maritimes. Mr. Stanfield is in St. Cath- arines, Out., today, in Toronto tonight for a football game and has a free day in Ottawa Sun- day. Mr. Lews stays in North- ern Ontario at Sudbury and Kirkland Lake today, returning to Toronto tonight. He has a party rally there Sunday. Social Credit Leader Real Caouette, who rested at home in Houyn, Que., Friday, re- mains in the area daring the weekend. Fighting rages in Kutoba; North Yemiii claims hits By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS North Yemen claimed its forces shot down two South Ye- meni jet fighters today. A North Yemen army com- munique said the two MiG-17s were downed In an early morn- ing air raid on the border town of Kutoba, scene of fighting for the last four days. The communique said 13 ci- vilians and one soldier were tilled and three other soldiers Diefenlmlier hits Trudeau insult to Christians' PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. (CP) Former prime minis- ter John Diefenbaker said Fri- day a statement by Prime Min- ister Trudeau telling students to ask Jesus Christ about the "just society" is "revolting and an insult to Christians." Mr. Diefenbaker was com- menting on Mr. Trudeau's re- ply when the prime minister was asked at a Regina high school Wedne.'day about what Soccer results BELFAST (AP) Five per- sons died and at least 23 were wounded in gunfighting and ri- oting in the last 24 hours as N o r t h era Ireland entered an- other stormy weekend. The casualties wore n pre hide to a huge prolest rally o! Protestant militants set for Stormont, the castle outside Belfast where the Protestant- dominated provincial parlia ment sat until Britain suspend- ed it in March and ordered di- rect rule from London. About Protestants were expected to gather amid fears the frish Republican A7my would strike back to avenge re- cent bombings in Roman Cath- olic areas. The rally was planned by thp hardline Vanguard Movement to mark the sixth month of the suspension of Stormont, a move that incensed the province's one million Protestants. LONDON (CP) Old Coun- try soccer results Saturday: ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Arsenal 1 Southampton 0 Coventry I Chelsea 3 Crystal P 0 Norwich 2 Derby 2 Tottenham 1 Everton 3 Newcastle L Ipswich 0 Leicester 2 Leeds 1 Liverpool 2 Sheffield U 1 Man Unilotl 0 West Ham 2 0 Wolverhampton 5 Stoke 3 Division II Aston Villa 1 Millwall 0 Bristol C 0 Huddersfield 0 Carlisle 1 Sheffield W 1 Fulham 1 Orient 1 Hull 3 Swinlon 2 Luton 2 Burnley 2 Oxford 0 Preston 2 Portsmouth 2 Brighter; 0 Queen's PR 3 Cardiff II Sunderlancl Notts r 1 SCOTTISH USAGllE Division I Aberdeen 7 Mothenvetl 2 0 Dundee 1 Celtic 1 Ayr 0 Dumbarton 0 Arbroath UNLIMITED! MORTGAGE MONEY V. LARGE CMHC PROJECTS amounts available to 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 Dundee 1 Morton 0 East Fife 1 Hearts 0 Hibernian 3 St. Johnstone 2 Kilmarnock 2 Rangers 1 Patrick 0 Falkirk 0 Division If Berwick 0 Clyde 2 Cowdenbeath 2 Clydebank 0 E. Stirling 0 Raith 3 Forfar 2 Aloa 1 Hamilton 3 Stranraer 0 Montrose 4 Albion 0 Queen's Pk 2 St. Mirren Stenhousemuir 3 Brechin 0 Stirling 0 Dunfermline 0 Division ni Blackburn 3 Scunthorpc 0 Bournemouth 2 Shrewsbury 0 Charlton 2 Watford 1 Grimsby 1 liochdale 0 Halifax 1 fiollon 1 Notts C 1 Brentford 0 Oldham i Rotherham 0 Plymouth 0 Walsall 2 Port Vale 3 Southern! I Swansea 0 Bristol R 1 Division IV AMerrhot 1 Reading 0 Bamsley 0 Chester 0 Bury 3 Wnrkington 0 Crewe 1 Gillingham 1 Darlington 2 Mansfield 3 Exeter 1 Colchester 0 Hartlepook 0 Southport 2 Hereford 2 Torquay 1 Newport I Stockport 0 Northampton 2 Cambridge 1 Peterborough 2 Lincoln 2 IRISH LEAGUE Ulster Cup Ards 2 Cllftonville 1 Crusaders 0 Distillery 0 Derry City vs. Coleraine ppd. (Ilenavon 0 Bangor 0 1.infield 3 Ballymcna 2 ad happened to the Liberals' romise four years ago of a just society.11 Mr. Trudeau replied: "The exl time you see Jesus Christ, ask him what happened to the ust society he promised ears ago." Mr. Diefenbaker said in an nterview such a statement Is 'sacrilegious if cot blas- ihemous." He said this slalement by the t r i m e minister cannot aughed off as the prime minis- FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST er laughs vords. off four letter "It Is a statement that no prime minister in history has made and is indicative of an at- titude of mind not in keeping with what one expects of a prime minister. "It is more than shocking, it Is revolting and an insult to Christians, I wonder what has gone wrong with the prime minister." The prime minister's state- ment was made during an open-line radio broadcast from the high school. Tlie students laughed at his reply. wounded. In the South Yemeni air Bttack. The commuiu'que was broad- cast by North Yemen radio atid reported from the capital, San'a1 by the Middle East news agency. The statement said a school, mosque nnd hospital in Kutoba were "heavily bombed and strafed" and that several houses were set afire, killed by South Yemenis In bor- Weather and road report SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET Lcthliriclgc...... BO Pincher Creek 55 Grande Prairie 59 Peace River......59 Edson...........59 1, Prb 52 42 40 SI 48 .04 MD scientists win research aid TORONTO medi- cal scientists from three coun- tries have been named to re- ceive this year's Gairdner Foundation awards. Dr. Oleh Hornykiewicz of To- ronto will receive for re- search in brain physiology, es- pecially the biochemical de- fect involved in Parkinson's ciiscase. The doctor's basic re- sea-ch helped lay tha ground- work for a new treatment of the disease. Dr. Britlon Chance of Phila- .03 .02 delphia has also been awarded for developing biophy sical techniques to observe mo- lecular events in living cells. Dr. Karl Sune Detlolf Ber- gstrom of Stockholm, Sweden, gels for his contribution in the identification and chem- ical characterization of the pro.sL'-elandins, a group of hor- mone-like substances present throughout the body which may have wide applicalion to medi- cal treatment. Rocky Mtn. House 69 Rome 75 Paris........... 59 London.......... 61 Berlin........... 53 Amsterdam.....-57 Brussels........61 Madrid..........70 52 Moscow......... 41 31 Stockholm....... 45 39 Tokyo ..-........75 62 FORECASTS Lcfhbridge. Medicine Hat. Calgary Today and Sunday few cloudy periods. Strong and gusty Chinook winds. Highs both days near 70. Lows tonight in the 40s. Columbia, Koolenay To- day, mostly cloudy. Occasional in the Columbia region to- day and in the Kootenays late tonight. Sunday, cloudy in tha morning becoming sunny around noon. Highs both days CO to 65. Lows tonight in the 30s. MONTANA East of Continental Divide- Fair and warm today with strong gusty southwest winds along the east slopes. Partly cloudy with little temperature change Sunday. Continued windy east slopes. Chance of a few showers western moun- tains. Sunday afternoon. Highs both days 65 to 75. Lows to- night 35 to 45. West of Conlincntal Divide- Fair and warmer today. Partly cloudy and continued warm Sunday wilh a few showers mostly in the northern moun- tains. Highs today and Sunday COs. Lows tonight 25 to 35. Alberta Arts Foundation lo encourage creativity BANFF (CP) The promo- tion, encouragement and pres- ervation of works by Alberta artists received a boost Friday when it was announced that the Alberta Arts Founda- tion would he established under provincial legislation. 30-day delay seen for ApoKo 309 Street South LETHBRID5E Phone 328 5548 LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) A possible 30-day delay in the start of the Apollo 17 mission sc-hetlulMl for early December has been disclosed by NASA Administrator Dr. James Flet- cher Fletcher said Friday that technicians should learn today whether a diaphragm in a con- trol system of the Saturn rocket "stack" can be repaired or re- olaced quickly. Horst Schmid, culture, youth and recreation minister, speak- ing to delegates at the annual conference of the A1 b e r la Teachers Association fine arts council, said the foundation would have nine members and provide for the encouragement of Alberta artists, the fostering and promotion of their works and the colleclion, display and preservation of such works. Appointed for three year terms on the foundation were: Barbara Scrymgeour of Cal- gary, Evelyn Sveen of Barr- head and Keith Ashwcll of Ed- monton. CLEARANC! 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, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COUnTESY OF AMA Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, bare and dry. All highways in the Ij bridge disrtict are bare dry. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coultj 24 hours; 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., Del Donita S a.m. lo 6 Kooscvilte, Tl.C. 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Kingsgale, B.C.; 24 hours; Porihill Rykerls 8 a.m. lo midnight; Chief Mountain closed; Wildhorse, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ;