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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE milBRIDC-C IIERAID fusxlay. April 75. 1971 blasts Official mother tongues for provinces issued WINTER RETURNS Winter returned lo Alberta dur- ing the weekend with a blizzard-like s'orm thai dropped KVO to six inches of snow on central regions. Wef snow and v.'inds gusling fo 40 miles an hour reduced visibility cuf power and telecommunications service and clogged roads with cfrifts in the Edmonton-Red Deer regions. will team up NEW DELHI (Renter) In- dian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi bundled today one of her strongest attacks on the Asian policies of the United States. She blamed the I'.S. for what she described as the most pro- longed and pointless conflict of modern times in Vietnam and [or the breakup of Pakistan by giving "a false sense of security to unrepresentative g o v e r n- ments." Mrs. Gandhi, iiuuiguratinp five-day Asian trade union semi- nar, described the Vietnam war as a "classical example of the old colonialism yielding place to new intervention." She paid high tribute to "the heroic resistance of the Viet- namese people." "A small nation tias been able to withstand the world's mighti- est power. Could there be a more glorious example of I lie i m m o r t a I i t y of the hu man spirit? "I have no doubt that the peo- ple of Vietnam will triumph in the not so distant future." Referring to the emergence of Bangladesh, Mrs. Gandhi asked: "Caii anyone doubt that the split-up of Pakistan was caused by the policy of hegemony which attempts to prop up na- tions in order to serve big power interests? "This policy gives a false sense of security to unrepresen- tative governments, lulling them into the complacent belief that nations' strengths can be built on outside military equip- ment, bypassing their own peo- pie." Slimmed-dowu Hirt blowing OTTAWA lUilish Col- umbia is the only province with rising presort iiw of French- speaking residents. Statistics Canada ii'inn'teci Monday. llcturns from last June's cen-'-, sus slitnv 11 a- proportion of the: C a n a i! i a n population listing Fretu'li as ilirir mother tongue declined to per cent from 28.1 per cent 10 years earlier. The H C. intro it so was minis- U> 1.7 per cent of the mt-iul population from per cent in was the de- cline in Quebec where CO.7 per cent art1 p r i m aril y French speaking. In 1901, 81.2 per cent had French as a mother tongue. The nalHinal predominance of English increased to {iO.S per cent of 'he population from 58.5 per cent in All oilier mother tongues ac- counted for per cent of the population, duwn from 13.5 per cent in liHil. A percentage breakdown of the official mother tongues for each province: 93.5, French 0-7. other 0.8. I'i'inrc E-Mwiinl Island- Kng- lish JI2.4, French (i.G. other X o v a 93, French 5. other 2. New French :tl, other 13.1, French 30.7, other 15.2, Ontario--Kuglisli 77.5, French 6.3, other lti.'2. .Manitoba 67.1, French 6.1, other 2G.8. Saskatchewan--- -English French 3.4, oilier 22.5. 77.G, French 2.9. other 1R.S. Il.f.-English 82.7, French other I5.1-. B3.5, French 2.4, other N.W.T.-Knglish 46.9, French 3.3, other 49.0. Saleway Mrorkcrs highest paid EDMONTON fCPI Co-op- eration between the govern- ments of British Columbia and Alberta in areas of common in- teresl was upon wlien cabinet ministers from Can- ada's tv: o wes t c rn n r ov incos met here, it was announced to- day. The meeting Saturday to dis- CUFS common interests concern- In? future management of nat- ural resources and environmen- tal protection was attended by Ray Willislon. B.C. minister of lands, fores Is and water re- sources, and Ynrko. Al- berta environment minis I c r, and Allan Wnrrack. Atborla .lands anri forcsl minislrr. Thr Hi i nisi acrrrrf llmf a miuislcriiil roinmillre of Mime f ,1 h provider nhtiulf) inrrf ,il nnrr x discuss current and long-term matters as a means of ensuring continuity and action. TECHNICAL The ministerial committee would IXB supported by an inter- provincial technical commiHee of one or more senior staff rep- resenting the mi n i s t c r s in- volved. It would meet at least twice a year on the joint areas of common interest where co- operation would be of mutual interest. Areas of common interest in- eluded man age m e n I of the j Peace River waterway, environ- mental impact, of pipelines on watersheds common lo tlie two provinces and general rcscnrcb on pollution control, water mmi- ajronirril, wildlife infringement ;mr] nlhor factors which conlri nf mutual hcnrfii. lioni agaiu ORLEANS Jazz trumpeter Al Hirt is back on Bourbon Street blowing his horn, and if you think he's still fat, "Baby, you should havo seen me before.'' .Hirt, 49, underwent surgery for obesity March t at the Medi- cal College of Virginia in Rich- mond. "I'm down to he said in an interview. "I weighed 333 when f checked into the hospi- tal." The surgery achieved a by- pass of the small intestine, which absorb.1; an estimated per cenl of what is ralen. With the bypass, Ilirl will absorb less food, wilh n weigh' loss of per- haps 100 pmimls. PIUNCK Workers at all Safeway stores here have agreed to a working agree 171 e n t maintains their position as the highest paid retail workers in tlie city, provincial union resentative Len Wallace said today. The 29 month contract, ret- roactive to Dec. 1, 1971 femalo clerks an hourly rate j of S3.20, an increase of 53 cents. Male clerks will receive an hour, up 62 cents and meat cutters will gel up cents an hour. Company contributions t dental plan, increased shift ferential, four weeks vacation after 10 years' service, tional paid sick leave and a job guarantee after maternity leave also were contained in the con- tract. casualties SAK50N (API The South Vietnamese h a v c suffered least military casualties, including about men kill- ed, since North Viet launched its offensive weeks ago, military sol said here. (CD spelled out regulations Jack Mcsscr saici lo-day the foreign ownership of land bill will be referred to was more specific on Iho problems the bill is designed to solve. itil select committee the bill !s designed nTT v u; A t A ,._: .n. and may not he prevent sale of agricultural >L 0 IVi 1 ILUIIUI U Minister II. A. Olson says his department has waited long enough for the provinces lo help establish MIR adtninistra t i v o machinery for a proposed reading until some subsequent sitting of the legislature, Mr. Messcr made the disclosure during second reading of Mic Foreign Ownership of Land Act which was attacked by Lo persons not living in Saskatchewan and includes anyone living outside the province in the category of foreigners. The bill would be retroactive lo April 1 and leaves many of new hich development plan. The farmers of Canada are getting tired of waiting for for not being specific enough or identifying the regulations to be set by the cabinet. For example, one section says foreigners may be al- s he said in (he leader D. G. to purchase a certain said his party would of land but the exact Olson was replying to AH Cleave Saskaioon the hill unless the would be left up to tho who wanted to rat Manitoba's agriculture minister had asked tlie cases where someone outside the province inh e r i t e d land, that heir would he given ents. I government to reconsider its year to sell the property to ri.Gitl approach to the plan. neat j The government's approach Saskatchewan resident. rigid, said the minister. written ;jll provincial T 1 o ministers eiglif threatens about setting un the ami only two had f Renter) __ Up addi-i He said (lie federal government will have to headquarters stuff members of a .Japanese pie Creek acui establish the artillery CREEK, Sask, (CP) he hiding in A grass and stubble fire burn- The department has areas of the over a large area Monday long enough." The development plan Philippines, some survivors of the Second Maple Creek in southwestern Saskatchewan near the bor- last December a r fighting there with Alberta. Olson, who said a T h e Japanese RCMP said the fire burn- d fund would he in Manila has been to within [our or five miles help small farmers to investigate Maple Creek but seemed to their operations and former Japanese been contained at that living with local thai time he said the children in was fought by hundreds of details would be of Dnvao on the ranchers and res- with the of from the town. P. Lawson Travel Mofquii Hotel BlrJg. Phond World Travel Service Phone 328-7921 903 3rd Ave. Williams Travel Centre Village Mail 328-3201 I! s talked about, nearly as much as it's talked upon, And no wonder! Slim, sleek styling. Designed (or either desk or wall. Discreet hide-away dial, and recall button in the hand- set so you can call again without hanging up. Extra long cord lor greater convenience. 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