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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE mHBRIDGt- HERAID _ rjliuriday, Decembc. 1. 1971 Critics scorn Smith's remarks LONDON jumper Har I 1 Siiow- Stnilh who JUI1IUI-J caused a national chuckle some weeks ago l-'i'-i'-S gered salule 1" the judges, is getting a rfurulul response lo his c rit i i-isms of Princess Anne's qualifications to ride in i lie Olympic. 1 Anne, picked as Sportswoman iof the Year by British sports i writers, has been widely tabbed as a likely choice for the British drawing comparisons between T h c Guardian commented professional soccer and Kugby i that Smiths remarks reflect a Union football, an all-amateur lingering prejudice against al- sport. lowing .women to compete in i ''aniin! inH sii'Micsled Anne emiCMrian events in tha Olym- tiarnes. ..tin uras lifted Muril tT ess Britain's Jane Bullcn Kuropciin individual champion- ship at Burghley, England, heating riders from eight coun- in-a i event." tries in the three-day event. mci uas a llaMi in in. pan. i Smith, a blunt-spoken shireman wlio rode for Britain that Anne's U'iumph last sum- j won medal in the "extremely remanded TRl'RO, vs. (CP) James l.lovd Harris. charged with non-capital murder, made a brief appe.'iranfe in court hero loday and was remanded for one week lo I lie county jail. He had been given a 30-dav mental examination at the Nova Scotia hospital at Dartmouth. He is charged with the mur- der "f Guy Loroy McAlonev o; Truro whose bliidR- eoned bmly was found in an apartment Aug. Harris, arrested Nov. 5 in a Halifax motel, is also wanted by police in the slaying of Vernon Wayne Jolinson of Edmonton and" Harold Raine of Oneonta, N.V. shireman who rode for Britain i i i 1 I in the Olympics, explained, iaiKI ClallllS DaCKCU he was "not knocking Anne" by Vancouver lawyer Berger Olympic standard" and should not be picked. He said she is good in own class, but it would be "lite throwin" our best heavyweight inTOWin'J, ULU oi Li i Hull boxer into the ring with Irtish law, I Vancouver lawyer Tom llerger j said here. i lie told Ihe Supreme Court of Canada that English law over liy STL AIM' 1.AKK pied people only have righa OTTAWA iCPi them dui-ing a chance in laims nuule bv li'.e .Niihga In- sovereignty, ha said, is of Bniisn Columbia are Flowing from tins was ths ar- Clay DKCLINE COH.MKNT Buckingham Palace declined lo comment on the. issue of. Anne's selection, hut other j Ule last experts leaped to (..lsc of answer Smith. .-Vin years has "in Indian tribes r.luavs gument that the Nfahgas re- quired legislative or executive recognition of their rights to go to court on Uie issue, Mr. Ber- ger said. Even if this were so, he said, tho royal proclamation of 1763 acknowledged the Indian title in iswcr Smith. isuith America, always ac- acknowledged the Indian title in George Hobbs, an 1 that liuiian title, 1 all of ths vacant lands cf Ncrlh equestrian competitor, s a i d although it has j America claimed by the British. Smith was "talking a load of 'differently 10 rights better Mr. Bergcr repeat trnlrl mefl- i_____ tn tlmt Iho Ntshc'a trl codswallop." Olympic gold mcd- jallist Major Derek Allhuscn, now a British selector, said the I Vorkshircman was "pontificat- Is the Profile of Protection ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE Complete7 706-3rd Avc. S. Ph. 327-5793 ing on matters he obviously Imown to our law, is entitled to recognition." Mr. Berger said thj Nisligas, like other Indian peoples oi 'Jrx North Pacific Coast, "had dc- _........._ j veloped a culture v-iuch Another Olympic gold mcdall-1 uus sophisticated in iis social ne is expected to co.iclude bis statements that the Nishga tribe is not seeking compensation in tlie Supreme Court hsaring. They want only legal recogni- tion that their claims arc still' ICourt rules !in favor of prisoners NEW YORK (AP) Tha U.S. Court of Appsals held Wednes- day that some jailers al Atlica sta'le prison committed "barba- rous ami mistreatment" of prisoners alter the riot-lorn prison was recaptured by stale forces. The court ordered that viola- tions of the constitutional rights of tli2 prisoners cease. The finding of Ihe three-judge panel came in a reversal of Dis- trict Court Judge John Curtin of Buffalo, who bad denied petition from a prisoner for an injunc- tion. The prisoners contended that they were subject to "physical abuse, threats and harassment" following the quelling of the convict insurrection there Sept. 9 to 13, and that an injunction was needed to protect prisoners from "further reprisals." The appeals court ordered the district court to restrain state authorities from "subjecting At- lica inmates to physical abuse, tcrlure, beatings or other forms of brutality, threatening such conduct." It directed Judge Curtin to en- join such conduct and to consi- der such steps as appointing monitors at the facility. The riot and recapture of the prison cost 43 lives. Teacher loses 'ob over beard GRANBY, Quo. (CP) A high school teacher here said today he has been fired from his job because he has a beard. Gerard GoH'.'iin. a 20-year- old religion instrirlor, said in I an interview he has appealed his dismissal lo Kducat i o n j Minister Guy Saint-Pierre, Quo-1 bee ombudspvm Louis Mar- ceau "and the Civil Liberties Urion. In his letter to Mr. Saint- Pierre, he said that after 35 days of teaching at the school, the school hoard re'used to of- fer him a coniraet and sus- pended him from his teaching forming him of his dismissal the beard as the and ciling cause. 1JKES JAIL j It 0 U Y N, Que. (CP I (Tories Denomme appeared be- fore a judge on a charge of boina drunk in a public place one recent Saturday, pleaded guilty and was fined or 15 days in jail. Dc-nomme eaine back the following Monday morning and accepted the jail sentence, saying to the judge that it was comfortable in jail. Calgariau PC party duties. "When I to apply for a job, 1 was told 1 had to cut off my beard. I was surprised and shocked, but at the time I complied with the regulation." :ellt lo the board CALGARY (CP) A Cal- garian says he will bid for the presidency of the National Pro- gressive Conservative Associa- tion at the party's annual con- vention in Ottawa Sunday through Tuesday. Roy Deyell, the party's na- tional treasurer, said Tuesday he would seek the position be- cause western Canada has strongly supported the PCs in Off came the three year the past 15 years. growth of beard, he said, but later, while serving a fcur-week pre-employment period requir- ed of all new teachers, he changed his mind. "I began to think the rule was stupid and I decided that I couldn't in conscience allow this to go he said. "I wanted a beard, so I Id it grow again." Last Friday, he received a letter frcm the commission in- "It is important that the wesl be represented at Ihe top coun- cils of the party." Among Ihe delegates at- tending the convention will be five from each of Alberta's 19 federal ridings and 10 chosen at large. POLARIZED LENSES POLARIZED LENSES com- pleteiy eliiriinate annoying ijbri' irom watur high- ways anrf beaches. And now you can havs them in your own pre- scription! Drive more safe- ly Sue more clearly. Fram- ed in our zingy new plat- ters, squares, ovals or octagons. Order them today! 308 7th St. S. Phone or 327-3609 reiatjons and was adorr.uJ by marked that there was "a good worjiS 0[ art_ which remain uu- rleal of truth in what Harvey by anything produced Smith said." in JJritish Columbia by the colo- "Because the princess won njzcrs cven today." the European championship "Because the princess won nizcrs even today." the European championship Mr Beiger is asking the Su- doesn't mean she is brilliant. court to make a dcclara- One swallow doesn't make a u0n lne Nishgat arc the arguments early today ar.d law- yers for British Columbia have filed notice mil make cbjsetior.5 to the case continu- ing. They filed arguments with the court saying the declaration sought bv the Indians would jumping were completely differ- Appeal which rejected the j nuisance said the prov- j em techniques and Anne was claim partly en inex. 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