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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE tETHBRlDCr FrlJtu. Frlirunry II. 1972 'osier te Canadians under guard 000.00 KITCHENS, WA5HCAR5, DINERS, OFFICES, BUNKHOUSES. VVEtLSlTES Conine! Department ATCO (WESTERN) LTD. 5115 CROWCHltD TRAIL CALGARY 2-12-1101 IIKH DKKr. (CP1 Jim r'n--lcr, AllxTla's minister of I'llui'a'.ion, i.s person- ,di> ItjokhiK inlo family and Mmkuil (lisi-'onliiiit at lied Deer fnllnje. lie's just trying lo eool things doun." Peter .lennrr, liu- ir.inislrr's executive assl.s- Uinl, said Thursday. He's talking lo the peo- tioun there. Il's not his in- lenliini 10 have an official in- least at this point." The lacully assoeirtion at I h e has asked Jlr. Fn-ItT lo liold an inquiry inlo he college's operation and Lo 'iu! president Dr. Men' and vice-president Dr lionald Fillers until the in- quiry i.s completed. HANDS TIED Tom Donnelly, chairman of Ihe college's beard of gover- nors met Wednesday with faculty n.s.'-oc'iation president Vim' Richards and students association president Jim Head, said "our bands are lied un'iil we see what the reaction is from the minister." The students and faculty j and Bashaw, OLinUE Ill'RHISO.V year rcgrel Alherla t list announced OTTAWA (CP) Ten grants totalling for local ini- tiatives projects in Alberta were announced by Ihe agricul- ture department. They v.-ill pro- vide wcrk for UD. The grants: -Lac Stc. Anne, 52U70. road improvements. -Peace River, S1C.3M. an ex- tension lo the Imvn auditorium. Al 70. Chill-Mr Ilurrisnn lias finally graduated from public school. Mr. Durrison, reeve of Ham- ilton Township. fiO miles casl of Toronto, received a Icller the other cliiy saying he was elifj- ible lo enter secoralary school. I he Icller ended a year 'i H'giet of Mr. Burrison's over a 1010 report card. Thai was the year he failed spelling when he wrote his sehuol en- trance examinations. In an interview ?A liavw.od, Mr. UurrLson said he flat "lan- Klcd up" with a girl while he was writing his entrance exams. ''She tapped me on Ihe shoulder and said she would meet me outside so I in Uie spelling in a hurry." The school principal I h c n him he was not eligible for a certificate lo enlcr sec- ondary school, despite Ihe fact that lie had passed the remain- ing nine subjects. "I bet there were not in days since Ibal I haven't thought OTTAWA Canadian i consular ollicials in Puerto Ilico ,11 e under police guard following tlucatering telephone calls about dcporlalion and exlradi- lion proceedings against a San Juan sludent now ill jail in 01- laua. An external affairs depart- ment spokesman said Thursday the consulate in San Juan has received threatening calls, one saying that ''bombs hurt." "Local police are taking Ihe. official said. In San Juan, police Supt. Luis Torres Massa said Wednesday that Canadian consul Glenn Shortliffe and his wife were under proleclion. The only other Canadian gov- ernment official in San Juan is an assistant trade commis- sioner The sludenl. Hiimborto Pagan Hernandez, III, was arrested last October on a charge o[ ille- gal onlry inlo Canada. The charge has been withdrawn. His appeal against a deport n- tion order, on grounds he will face [rouble "for activities of a political nature" if returned lo Puerto Rico, comes up March B. Meanwhile, Hie Uniled Slates justice tl e. P a v I m e n I has launched ncliun to have (he stu- dent returned lo San Juan to face a murder charge in tin; shilling, during a sludenl riol a year ago, of police Col. Juan B Merc-ado. Extradition courl will hear Ihe case here March 27. DENY AU.UGATIUN An allegation thai (lie sludent hns hcen mislrcaled while in jail was denied 'nuirsday hy the external affairs department and hy Ihe student's lawyer, ird Shore. In a Icller lo Prime Minister Tmdcau, U.S. lawyers William Kimsllcr ami Robert Jose Mal- donado said Hernandez was Ireated for a broken ankle, has been spied upon by the PLI and has been abused by jail guards. Mr. Shore said in an interview i lhat Hernandez sprained liis j ankle last November in Iho jail's exercise yard, lie had been Keen by 'A dodov mvJ Uio ankle was (apod. "I understand from him Iliat he hasn't been improperly Mr. Shore said External affairs said it had Ihe allegations investigated and Hernandez "staled epic clearly that lie was not suffering any mislrealnwnl." James C'nssidy of the Ontario dcparlment of carreclional serv- ices said lhat if any spying is taking place, it is not being done inside the jail. SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 320-2702-327-3610 about ho said. "You see, f always wanted lo be a sur- geon or an evangelist." A few months ago he brought the mailer of his education lo Lhe attention of Kusscll Rowe, member of the Ontario legisla- ture for Northumberland, who n at nudie ture for Northumberland, who '77 7 in turn referred it lo the edn- SllOlV cation director. The nub'ic to City Council to disc'jr-s rriattn'? 'c Civic Affc'rs, Any interested in Matemenls to or asking of CauncI' may appear a I a Public Meeting lo be in on Mcnday, February a' rj.ni. members claim they have run 1170 each, Ur.vn improve-1 Afler examining Uie report into "buck-passing" in attempts j card, the director certified Mr. to get adminislration answer? I _Rycroft S1-I.IXI7. demolish a Burrison as a public school as io why certain courses are and build a rink and i gaduale, eligible to enler high school. Burrison didn'L marry ga-1 lii.s schoolday flan-.c. 'I've never seen her since.'1 THE CHAMEAU TREASURE Finding the million dollar Chameou Treasure, off the ccasl of Cape Brelon, afler four years of disappointments and setbacks was only half the baltle for a group of determined treasure hunters. II look another five full years of court casej to decide who really owned it. Robert McKeown lells all about if. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE being dropped and certain in- parking lot. convert a .01-5 are not being rehired. Henry Kolesar. chairman of hniWing into a municipal the Alberia Colleges Commis-1 snicl it appears mosl of _sti Paul, Pjti.400. bnisli [be issues are internal to the cicaring. college and "they're really go-j _Camrose, SWOO, a town inr; lo have to solve things s'uA-cy '.iiemselves." i "cmraly. S1S.65S. decmtralize the b u y i u g W.MEH DOBDER New Brunswick is bordered by -.valor on about three-quart- ers of ilr- boundaries. j.diool supplies. Paul Hcllycr, founder nf the Action Canada movement, said of ill Montreal the (hrcal of sepa- ratism has doubled as a resull c u r 11 n g i of federal government mismaii- club SOG63 repair and rcno- agement of llic economy, vale the club. doesn't separate ____________________________as a result British Colum- bia soon he told a Mon- Ircal chili He said dissatisfaction is rife ELECTRIC (1971) 226 ]21h St. A N. Phone 327-7508 LEON J. CZAJKOWSKI Authorized Dealer and Service Centre far Island Electric Motors Prestolite AC and DC Specializing in Ihrce phaso wiring I because of widespread uiicm- ployincnt and inflation. Full employment and "zero" inflation were possible through tax cuts increasing the money supply and imposing manda- tory wage and price guidelines. The key to stabilizing !hc ec- onomy, [he former cabinet min- isler said, would be lo put the brakes on IS or 16 major "mon- opolistic" industries. He singled out the industry as an ex- ample. An Irish Republican Army leader threatened in an inter- view to carry the war against Uie British army from North- ern Ireland to England if Lhe IRA's activities in the North fails to force a British with- drawal. Cnthal Colliding, who described himself as imhlarv commander of Uie IRA, was speaking in an interview with a correspondent of the Milan weekly magazine L'Eiuopeo in tlie of Dundalk. on the bor- der betwmi Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic. EDMONTON' (CP) The i city's first bullomlcss night j chili canin off without a 1 hitch as an almost-packed i house at Chez Pierre reacted nonchalance. Tlie best show was watching morality deleclives watch the j girls and the crowd while try-', ing not lo show they were doing oeithcr. one spectator said. j Pucrrc Cochard, owner ol i Chez Pierre, said he took his cue honi a judgment in Cal- j gary that outlined the specifi- ralion? under which such a per- formance could be held. T'.vo of the three girls wore'. chains around their waists and j Ihe third, the proprietor's wife, did not lake everything off. During the performance most of the male patrons i slumped in their chairs and did not appear enthusiastic. Edmonton sets tourist mark EDMONTON" (CP) The city had more visitors in 1871 than ever before, Ihe industrial development dcparlir.ent said today. The increase in tourist ac- tivity, to visitors, in- jecled SJB.9 million into tlie city's economy, the department said. About million was spent by delegates who attended 240 conventions in the city. i Registrations at the city's four visitors' bureaus were up more Iban compared with 1970, with dramatic increasts shown in the numbers of vis- ilors from 23 of the United: Slates, seven Canadian prov- inces, the Yukon and Noiih- west Territories. I NOTICE OFFICE HOURS LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. SI Effective Monday, February 14, 1972 office hours in the Administration Centre will be: to a.m. and to p.m. Monday to Friday TASK FORCE ON MANPOWER TRAINING and RETRAINING Individuals and organizations are invited to sub- mit written briefs related lo manpower 1 raining and relraining. These will be used by the Task Force In evaluating existing programs, developing policy pro- posals and recommending changes in legislation, Public hearings will also be held in various centres In Alberta following the 1972 Spring Session of the Legislature. Submissions and requests for further information should be directed to: CAL LEE, MLA, Chairman Task Force, Manpower Training and Retraining, Room 403, J. J. Bowlen Building, 620 7lh Avenue, Calgary 2, Alberla, I Due to the fremendcus response to our Indoor Hurry-Up-Spring Sale we are continuing I it again this weekend! :'T: 1970 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR SEDAN Equipped with radio, aulomalic Ironsmission, V8 molor. WAS S2495 HURRY UP