Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Monday, August 21, 1972 are open'' for participation RABAT fAP) King Hassan II acknowledged Sunday that Morocco is in "disorder" and socmcd to suggest lie might be willing to mop up Ills power hase by giving n wider role to Morocco's political opposition. The king said Ihe attempt to assassinate him Inst Wednes- day in a flying attack on tlie royal jetliner was the only logi- cal conclusion "to the disorder wliicli characterizes the action and structure of the country's political groups." But Hassan said "the doors are wide open for participation in all the stats apparatus" and in all areas of power. The king's remarks dove- tailed with 9 from a re- IN MEMORY A group of unidentified Canadian women slond at ottenlion during ceremony at the cemetery at Autol-on-Sca, outside Dieppe, norhtern France Saturday io commemorate Ihe 30th anniversary of the Second World Wor landing ort Ihe beaches of this French port to begin the first land assault on Nazi-occupied Europe. Some 900 Can- adian soldiers died in the otlack. (CP Wircpholo) P convention scene of ess-toss MIAMI BEACH (Reutcrt convention which opens today, racist E K g-throwiiif! demonstrators but in the main the protest was, Hitler staged their first major con-; peaceful. Rut frnntation with police on the j Tnc demonstrators, protest-1 o numbered ahont 200, to "Hiller rose. fell. Nixon to Hell." eventually the police, of the Republican national Polish family seeks asylum GANDER, Mid. fCP) A ing the Vietnam war, poverty, and the rcnomination of Pres- ident Nixon, nuniljered about 1.000 nnd blocked the main street loading to the hotel where Mrs. Richard Nixon and many Republican leaders are staying. They hammered on car roofs and sat on car hoods to prevent urdav lhem as thcy Bf a'h-Mrt here have been iclcn- j a of tilieii immigration officials These ranged from One two, as Ryszard WiHt, 48, his wife three, four, we don't want your Maria, 48 and their son, Andr-1 zej, 17. Thcy ore Keeking political asylum In Canada. They left Cubans Airlines Flight 476 when it stopped here OTTAWA (CP) Dr. Irving to re-fuel on a flight to Prague Brccher, 49, professor of eco- from Havana. I nomics at McGill University, i has been appointed a director of the Economic Council of Canada. He replaces Dr. Sylvia Ostry, now chief statisticians of Can- ada. Dr. Brecher a staff member of the royal commis- sion on Canada's economic prospects and the royal com- mission on banking and fi- nanci. Appointed FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE! 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The demonstrators retreated before them, then eventually when an organizer said they had achieved their objective. GOP schedule MIAMI BEACH p.m. Triday to mid- night Sunday night local times showed Saskatchewan with five other accidental deaths ali in traffic. Alberta hail five dead in traffic and two drownings, while Manitoba reported three drownings find traffic deaths. Three persons died together in one accident Sunday lablo source that foreign riencls of Hassan had told him to no longer can Ilnd n prolcc- or in the king took lircct control of the armal orccs on that tc should look to bringing tho opposition parties mainstream. into the groups, the a nation- alist group, and the left-wing National Union of Popular forces, have virtually been roycottong the Kingdom's 11m- ted political life. They say they will not par- .Icipate until tlicre arc honest elections. Their major condition still appears to be participation a pre-election government, access to responsible cabi- net posts. Tlie king again called the at- .ack on him, whicti he says was organized by Gen. Mohammed Uufkir, his defence minister and protector, an "Isolated in- cident." Oufkir has since taken iis own life. But Hassan warned that "all those who seek to harm our na- tional accomplishments and our values must know they wilt he the first victims of their acts'J Finds huge cave reports lo Nixon Bethune was buried Shihchiachuong, south of Pe- king. Hsinhua said Sharp and Ills party also visited the Bethune's Internationa! Peace Hospital of the Chinese army where they an exhibition of Rethune's possessions. United Church delegates strive to reach accord SASKATOON general elcclion. gers and Maj.-Gen. Alexander M. Itaig, Xo. 2 man to Kissin- ger on the National Security Counril sluff. No details of his report Cariboo area of the i were not enumerated. WANTED HELPERS TO TRAIN FOR FUTURE ROUTE SALESMEN Mature and clean cut need only apply Basic lolary and commission, Remunertilioni or> nbilily lo sell. Sand re sumo nnd rcfcrencns lo Box 121, Herald He sad also that only .15 of pc-rsons eligible lo vote at Ihe Anahim Reserve in Ihe Cariboo were- PMUrm'raU'd, and they were registered by Cari- boo Liberal candidate [rencr Gladue himself an In- Bill Wilson, association citi- dian when he (oured the re- ynshiri training director, .said sei'vo. in a .stale ment the Ca.stle Rock Another i i u- milourliid au'l Itcd SI one reserves in eiiurniiralioii, lie said, was interior! the Slouc Ftr-scrvc linrnc of j the Lite I-'rcd Quilt, an Indian whose death la.st fall led lo two Inquests after officers. Ken Morion, rliief provincial electoral officer, snirl he felt, a Ihorourrh job crtrrrd out in enumerating bolh Indian and white volers In tho Cari- V.'.IS Hi boo. "I'm ;i lilile jnuioycd v.'illi this kind ol' lie "In the last finnlysis, il'.s iqi to 1hfl lo IKI ui har: liANI'T, Altn, fCJ'i Tlic of IMenco ployocs, in Ilic frdrrrtf public srrvi' o. ufinml up Jls rcc'finH rr.nvrntion v.itfi rlnlogcl'1.5; vofinti for n sfmnKfH' st.iff nnrl ir.rrf.nFC'ti Jos I'owcr of Qucficc cily nalinnal president. tlic nrl- clilion of nc-w si .'iff posi- tiniifi ;iL Ifio national of- fice fit tfie ami approval TI Inial increfi.so iti dues of tnemlx-r JK-J- month. The Hjflil shtff 73 .52 FOKKCAST: Hal Sunny loilny nnd Tuesday. Illfjlis hulli days 80-85. Ixiwi 5II-3J. Ciihiinhia Knoienay Today, sunny v.ith afternoon cloudi- ness giving a few showers or thunderstorms. Tuesday, sun- ny. Afternoon cloudy periods and a few showers along tho mountains. Ilighs in the mid- Kus today and 8S to on Tues- day. Lows tonight 50 to 55. MOiVTANA Knst Cimllncntal Divide Partly cloudy with widely scat- tered showers and a few thun- derstorms this afternoon Tues- day. A little warmer !I I g h both days 80s. Lows tonight mostly 50s. West of Continental Divide Partly cloudy with scattered afternoon nnd evening showers or thunderstorms through Tuesday. I.ittln temperature change. High.! bnth day: 60s. Lows lonight 45 to 55. I L (Colder Weather is Coming) Per Gallon GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY LETHBRIDGE 327-3163 OI'TICUT, AS OF A.M. TODAY couirrnsv OK ASIA All dry. In (lisrtk't die I bare IMfjlnvny 1, Trnns Canada Highway, bare ond dry. I'ODTS OP KNTUY fOpcnins nnd Closlnf; f'outls ?l limns: t> run. In niidnittlit; Del Htmita J! a.m. to p.m.; IltiiMvillo, H.C. (1 a.m. In midnight; 51 Ixinrs; IVtrthill R am. ir> mirlnifihl Clitnf Mnunlatn 7 a.ni. In 10 p.m.i Wildliorsv, B a.m. I" V p.m.