Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta
26 THE LETHBRIOOE HERALD Thundiy, Ftbruiry 6, 1975 Mansfield in hospital WASHINGTON (AP) Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield has been ad- mitted to Bethesda Naval .Hospital, apparently sufiering from the flu. Aides said they don't think the illness of the 71-year-old Montana Democrat is serious. Mansfield went directly to the hospital from home on Wednesday. Aides said they are unsure how long he would be there. D FOR DAVISON The D in John D. Rockefel- ler's name stands for Davison. Islanders call strike to back governor recall ST. PIERRE (CP) All workers in the French Islands of St. Pierre Miquelon have been asked to take part in a general strike to back up a petition demanding that Paris recall Gov. Jean Cluchard and remove 65 special policemen from the territory off New- foundland's south coast. Senator Albert Pen, chairman of the general coun- cil, the islands' local govern- ing body, asked workers in a radio broadcast to join a scheduled strike today of 300 civil servants and employees of the fish plant, agriculture station, construction industry and public service. Senator Pen, who also is mayor of this island capital of said a French warship is cruising off the territory. The warship's presence was first reported by the crew of a small vessel that arrived here Wednesday. The senator also asked all residents to attend a mass HERE'S JUST ONE OF THE GREAT BUYS YOU CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF DURING VAN'S 74-75 CLEARANCE ELECTROHOME Jim suggests the MONTEGO Dual automatic professional turntable, dynamically balanced tone-arm, __ six tull response speak- C ars, autumn oak, con- lj m cealed casters......................... Jim Van Loo Hare are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART 2-Prfnce of Wales; 3-Worlci Hockey Association; 4-highest; 5-a PART II: 1'dj 3-e; 4-b; 5-c V 4-d; S-c PICTURE QUIZ: Charlie Chaplin VANS TV SALES SERVICE 1236-3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5020 meeting during the afternoon. The general council resign- ed last month to protest the handling of a civil servants' strike by Gov. Cluchard and two representatives from Paris. The governor's office was occupied by strikers at one point. Senator Pen and other coun- cil leaders demanded Wednes- day that they be allowed to see Prime Minister Jacques Chirac of France as a condi- tion to accepting an invitation from the minister of overseas territories for a meeting in Paris Feb. 18-19 to discuss grievances, including protests over the arrival of the policemen from Martinique, in the 'Caribbean. Overseas Minister Oliver Stirn said in a broadcast from Paris Wednesday that the police were sent to St. Pierre merely as replacements for 35 mobile guards withdrawn in 1973 after an eight year assignments to the islands. In a weekend statement Gov. Cluchard has said the policemen were brought in to ensure peace. Mr. Stirn said he would not accept the general council's resignation and he asked council leaders to meet him in Paris. CUTS TOUR SHORT CLEVELAND (AP) John Dean has postponed three speaking engagements to return to California, where his motherin-law died. Former president Richard Nixon's chief accuser in the Watergate scandal left for California after a speech Wednesday at Cleveland Mar- shall College of Law. His mother-in-law, Irene Kane, 66, died at her home in Santa Monica. Dean, White House counsel under Nixon, is on a six-week lecture tour which will bring him an estimated I The special page will be in COLOR! Phone In, Write In, or Drop into the CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT The Utltbrtdge Herald CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT Phone328-4411 It's nice to come home to It's been one of those days heavy on the work load hard on the mind. But it's a satisfying feeling when all the jumbled pieces finally fit together. After you're home it's great to relax and catch up with, what the rest of the world has been doing. Make sure your copy of The Lethbridge Herald is waiting for you ask your Lethbridge Herald carrier for home delivery or call You'll find The Lethbridge Herald is nice to come home to every day. The tethbridge Herald "Serving and selling the south"