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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta tT Clerk Must Face Hearing BOSTON (AP) U.S. triet Judge Andrew Caffrey or- dered i Massachusetts court clerk Monday to show why he shwH Dot be blocked from re- leasing the Mary Jo Kopechne Inquest transcript Wednesday. 7 The judge acted after a pre- fafisiotMl 'court stenographer Ue release of the trao- SCTintfcwkl violate his rights the trttficript tar ode. r' Mial Kopechne was di owned last July win ear drnrea by Senator Edward Kennedy (Dem.'Mass.) plunged off a bridge and into'a tidal pood on Chsppaquiddkk Island, Mass. Clerk Edward V. Keating of Suffolk Superior Court, win has custody of the documeoU, was ordered to a bearing before the federal judge in (be move to prevent bin front passing out the transcript and a judge's re- port on the inquest last Janu- ary. The action was the latest in a at moves by court stenog- rapher Sidney Lipman, who con- tends has the right to reproduce and sefl the report after the court releases it Timber Baron Quits Post VANCOUVER (CP) Mac- MfflaDBloedel Ltd.. today an- the rctuGsocot of H. R. MacMfflan, the dean of British Colombia timber barons, from company's board of direc- 'tors. .Mr. 84, farmed the H. R: MacMfflaa Export Co., hi 1919 and watched it grow into the biggest forest products company in the province, with total earnines daring at more tfaan His retirement was one of Jour amnnool by board Chair- man J. V. Ctyne in the com- paoyV annual report J. Vaedosen, Mr. Mac- UHan's associate for almost 60 years, retires along with E. G. 'Shorter, vice-chairman and director 'sane 1956, and F. H. Brown, a director arm 1MO. CocMighting Tournament Is Raided JASPER, Tens. (AP) More thn US persons wen arrested and some 400 figbt- ing cocks seized in a raid here on what Tmuuim. state troopers said was a national cock fighting diamiimJip toumanKnt in a barn in are- mote area of Marion County. District Attorney William Pope said hundreds of spec: tators fled, absodoring can. with licence plates from sev- eral states and Canada. A "fantastic amount ctjnon- ey" op to was cbang- mg hands wten the raU made, Pope said. Indonesia Owes Soviets Million President Sukarno's Rule Costly By DEV MURAKKA Otterrer Sen-ice COAL'KM JAPAN The first of two 6 0-car that will eoch week carry 000 torn of toft coal for Japanese industry prepare! to leave Grande Cache, in north- wettom Alberta, for Vancouver. The coal mines, 230 wert of Edmonton, will sup- ply coal for Japanese steel mills on a 15-yea r contract.__________________________._ MOSCOW Adam Malik, tfae Indonesian Foreign Minister, has just conducted a five day visit to Moscow to try to reach agreement on settling his coun- try's debts to the Soviet Union. This was his second visit since he took office after the over- throw of President Sukarno in IMt. His last visit was in Octo- ber of tiiat year and ance then, Indonesian Soviet relations have become, if anything, even cooler, Indonesia owes Moscow about million million) for goods supplied during the rule of who established close finis with the Russians the changeover in Jakar ta, economic ties between the two countries have considerably weakened and trade has almost died out. The Indonesians watt a scal- ing down of the debt oy the So- viet Union. It is not known ex- actly what proposals Indonesia made but it i-> all too ob- vious that Moscow is not very enthusiastic about them. Indo- nesian pleas that they just have not got the money to ripay this auge amount cuts little ice tere. The Russians dislike the idea of writing off these debts in principle. They have provid- ed similar loans to many coun- tries in Asia and Africa and they do not want to create a precedent whereby a change ol regime means an abandonment of obligations. Besides, they are hardly enamoured of the present course of Indonesis in internal as vrell as external af fairs. On the Indonesian side there are comp e 1 1 i n g reasons why Mr. Malik has been 'on this second fruitlfcis mission. Indo- nesia aeedt spare parts for some of the equipment supplied by the Soviet Union ie the past. She also needs a respite in the repayment of the huge burden of debt inherited from the Su- LZTOO regime. Another impor- ant consideration believed to be pressure by Western coun- ties on Jakarta to ensure that Lheir credit should not be used to finance the repayment of Soviet debts. Talking to the Press at the end of his visit, Mr. Malik made it dear that BO agreement had been reached. He aba made it dear that unless tfae debt ques- tion was settled first, there would be no uuestion of the re- sumption of fid scale trade between the two countries. But though any final solution et the problem will take time, Moscow is eager to find some interim solution which will re- store relations between the two countries to some degree of normality. Indonesia occupies an important position in the af- airs of South East Asia by viitue of her size and populs- ion and this is as nrea where he Russians are eager to have riends. Besides, Indonesia has become the object of intense1 )ig Power rivalry because of ts key position in the area. However, if Moscow were to pretend that nothing bad chang- ed and resume full scale rela- tions with Jakarta, it wouM be subject to some tough criticism by the Communist States such as North Vietnam ssd Chiaa. The continued persecution of the Indonesian Communist Par- ty and the trend towards cheer ties vilh the West continues in Jakarta. Moscow cannot con- done this and Indeed the Soviet Press has voiced some wry sharp criticism of these On the other hand, t Ma cuts off Indonesia completely, i would only accelerate the process of Indonesian ment with the West, leaving Russians with no friends in the area in. Us confrontation with China, the preservation of ac- tive iDuuuesian neutrality it fe the Soviet interest but thu can only be done, if done at all, if Moscow is witting to bftn a blind eye to the shortcomings of the Suharto Government This is the Soviet Union's dilemma. 100 Copies JO ntin 1269 Third Art. S Burning Rectal Itch Relieved In Minutes This Special Hemorrhoid Remedy- Contains A Unique Healing Substance That Relieves Pain As It Shrinks Hemorrholdt One of the common af- flictions u a condition known as "Itching Piles." It is most embarrassing for the sufferer during the day and especially, aggravating night. If you want satisfactory good news. A renowned research laboratory has found a unique heeling substance with the ability to promptly relieve the burning Hch and pain. It actually shrinks hemorrhoids. This substance baa been shown to produce a most effective rate of healing. Ita germ-killing properties also help prevent infection. In one hemorrboid case after another "very striking improvement" reported. This improvement waa main- tained in casw wbere dinkal observation wen continued over a period of many months. Furthermore, theao tests and obBemtxm wen made on pat ients with a wida variety of hemorrhoidal conditions. All this was aeeompnehMl by healing aubrtano (Bit- by a world-renowned research in- stitution. Thi> (ubttann nowobtainable in ointrnatt or suppository form known Preparation H. Aik for Preparation H Suppcyitorim (convenient to carry if awmy from home) or Preparation H Ointment with special ap- plicator. Available atall drug counters. Satisfaction, or your money refunded. Miles For Millions Funds Are OTTAWA (CP) Brian Wes- ton, a member of the projects committee with Ottawa Miles for Mifflois, has said that part of the money given to the On- tario Umon of Indians was spent on projects the committee would not have approved, Be said be to dBcover that some of the their native development fond as planned.. Association members believe the natives should be given de- money went to supporting a the judo club and hockey club. The was to have beep spent on hiring four communi- cations workers and paying for their travel expenses and equip- ment With n per cent of the funds used'up, said Mr. Weston, one worker has been hired, an office has been opened and some cultural activities supported. Project committee members met behind dosed doors here to discuss nse of the funds which 'were granted to fte Ot- tawa Indian-Eskimo Association and then turned over to the Orr vetopment funds to use as I see fit But tfae Mike for lions officials do not believe money should be granted to an agency unless it knows exactly bow it will be used. The- Indian-Eskimo tion has applied this year for on behalf of the Yukon md. Northwest', Territories aa- ive brotherhoods. The luuuej would go into the Yukon native development fund anil a similar N.W.T. fund which is being set up. Tte committee Is not satjafied with details provided by the as- sociation concerning ways ta which the funds wifl be em- ployed- Mr. Weston tm written the brotherhoods requesting lllMf n more than Iterfespstins The Ottawa last year for 14 agencies, the 1970 march is tario.mdian Union for oeposit in I scheduled for April It. U.S. Census Under Way By WILUAM MILLINSrUP (iMdoa Observer Service) WASHINGTON At a cost of about n ahead, an estimat- ed Americans this week began to fulfil their con- stjtutjonal duty of counting themselves. It is the Wtt ceo- since a baodrul of U.S. menbah rode round the conn- try counting heads in it win do far more than count prosperity. Tin lessons people will lent, for from the new set of statistics may be of a more Itoomy nature: how are not sharing in the affuieot lety ami how do cold figures explain the social and racial troubles that have soared Amer- can's great achievements? The Census Board has made effort this year to beads. It win poverty, trace shift to pep- ntetioo, discover how weH or badly housed people are, count scene of their and them by race, prob- with greiter accuracy than ever Mfon, The last census, in (tey sre conducted every It yean) brought home to the Its own staggering growth ta get aa accurate ooonl. Failure to answer the. questionnaire can mean M days in prison and a fine of But the teeth in tbB particular law seeir. to friftntei ao-one. Only two peo- ple were fined in aHhoagh it B affiestly estimated tha some heads were somehow net counted that year a particularly r since ow two o mnsed-oot were Mack MKHAH HUNO IN Mil TKtr. to mo-ty rf- conntOti Mhhewl totahon'l con polkt, pjycSiafrijfi, probation Yet wkltfol M-ftar-oU Wt h Mi a belt. And ont nljht H to kill Why dW twppyn? Who l> to blame? Ernxt Hilkn tracn Inert M to thh troglc IN YOUR HRAID WKHENO This year, the Census Board softened.up tfae country with a ream of persuasive aditrtiM merits on radio and television, promising that answers ts he questionnaires were absotat- ely confidential and that not even the President, let alone a would bare to the right ax-i o see A more .as to underline merit welfare programmes, school subsidies and other Its (indndiosj allowances for ire-engines) deyraUinrhid the population'. t i g n r e s.' PoHB- cal rights, too, can be affected, to lelurMge, when you dial p can reach Scotland (ONTARIO) in seconds! since electoral xiust be diawo n such a way as to give afl voters'more or less equal weight, OB (he basis of the census fmotogs. A further fcnonttae was to conduct the census by mafl to an large cities (they have abnot 60 per cent rf-ftt Mai As allowed to n In fte naires little circles in pencil to tM they can be scanned by eompot ers. The Ufa h that people are ntoro Ucrijr to uvw IBCKIICMK (juestions Kcuratety if the an- swers are then sent off ta a seal- ed envelope than tf they have to reply verbally to m erator." Hoot, mon! Yer in ier a wee bit o' a pleasant surprise wi' Direct Distance Waling. so frugal -r-' ayt, and so simple, too. Just dlal-'i', the area code and the number. Whether you're calling miles or 200 miles you can be sura of getting instant quick connections when you dial direct Right now, AGT can't give you DDD service to the Scot- land acroes the water but we can connect you whti Scotland, Ontario, anytime. And If you place your caff after 6 or on Sunday you'll enjoy even lower cent-saver rates. Dial direct today! within Alberta: just dial 'V, then the ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES DAFFODIL SALE APRIL SUPPORT THE CANCER CAMPAIGN AND PURCHASE A MEATH OF SPRING AND HOPE DAFFODILS SOID BY THE ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR IN AID OF THE 1970 CANCER CRUSADE-GIVE GENEROUSLY CANCER CAN BE BEATEN ;