Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
_ THE LE1HBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, December 7, 1971 govt. passed through a series of closed panel discussions. Inn only were approved by the convention. Most of the remainder were tabled for study by the parly hierarchy. The meciniL', at tended by more than and guests, began Friday on an in- Iyer loses LiberifJ support Mir'jeni note tthfn Waffle lirmip circulated an lul- saying Uicy v.c.'1'f fed "P with the sray tlie party is nm. "grass roots" people should be' controlling the party, (ho Waffle said, not Hie civil servants in I'mnicr Allan Blak- cney's piviTiinK'tit which took over from I he Liberals after the 23 cleciiun. This brnuglil "no comment from Premier Blakerrey, hut an angry rebuttal from the national parly leader. David Lnvis. -No small group in the speaks for the party.'1 he said. "It is important that the people of Saskatchewan and Canada know that.'' OTTAWA 'MISKRI.Y' Mr. Lewis said the federal government pumps "SI to ?2 bil- lion" annually in o majpr corpo- ration, many of them forcign- rm-ncil. for rrsoarrli and devel- opment, while it is miserly to western fanners. Former national leader T. C. I) is said ordinary workers ill bear the heaviest bur- den of taxation under legislation will never have a square donl in Canada uniil we do, Horn the Atlantic to the Pacific, vi it the people of Saskatchc- i m ,md Manitoba have done within their provincial bounda- m.s NDP governments. Among resolutions passed Sunday was one asking the pro- government not to enact 'kEi lition which would have formed a new farm organiza- tion. Onlv 50 of BIS voting delegates vi ii against the resolution hie i said the proposed United F a r m e r s of Saskatchewan would reduce the effectiveness of the National Fanners' Union. ;Damiulest ft 5 t TORONTO 'CI'> The To- ronto and District Liborr-i Asso- ciation passed a resolution Sat- urday that v.-ill prevent former cabinet minister llellyer from seeking election again in his Trinity riding under a Lib-' eral label. "It is really irrelevant.'1 Mr. llellyer said in an interview from bis Ottawa Irmie. "As far a.s I am concerned 1 hadn't planned to renew my rid- ing member-hip at the of1 the year anyway. I'm rtill a Liberal but tho pariy Mr. Heilycr as trans- port minister in end left j the Liberal last May to j sit as an iiitiependcnt he disagreed with the govern- j merit's economic policies. He later founded Action Can- ada, a movement that seeks to become a politica! parry fur economic reform. Mr. Hellyer said he plans to run in Trinity again, but he was j uncertain whether ho would run i under the Action Canada label. I lie was elected in Trinity in 3953, defeated in and 19.1IJ general election, InH returned in a 1958 bvelccliiiii. i ROBBER, FOILED JONQUIERRE, Quo. (CP'i Told to make a run for it. and take the mnnc i i (im i bank tellt i u oik I I in i ot the thief o i it in un fui it." The b in< i (i d n t t1 it bu without the monev in prospec (Renter) A Uri'.cd S.ates senator who has just returned from a 10-day trip to India and Pakistan said lion- day the. confrontation there c-iild bad to "one of the damndest blocdbaths the world has ever jsrn." Senator Saxbe (Rep. Ohio) told a news conference the greatest danger is of a reli- gious between Hindus and The countries have re- sources for about three weeks of heavy without outside aid. India has a clear mili- tary advantage. Saxbc said. is a determined coun- try and will probably go through with this and crush he said. "I am afraid that Pakistan. a.s a viable naiiun. will not survive." India and Pakistan are being used by the Soviet Union and China in their own struggle. Saxbe said, apparently refer- ring to Soviet support for India and Chinese support for Paki- stan. iSaxbo said lie met Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and President Yahya Khan of Pakistan during his trip. Belli leaders said they wanted to be reasonable about the dis- pute, but both stated they could not let their country give in to the other, Ihe senator added. Congressional lenders said irtn m ttii 1 lesident Nixon t: a i til it t I iiilcd States is mil nil., i iltutral position in (he war -t _ Show Show yourself In the Can.Tcfian Armed Force: you'il have A re.t! opportunity for modern infan'ry Ir.iinirir] in a man's world men. WHIP m you and wo look after you. You'll qnt nxpenencc .mrl rjood pny. You'll onjoy tlin hcncfits ol 30 clays le.ivc: n.ich yc.'ir. 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