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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE tr.lBRIDGE HERALD Monday, July S 1971 Egypt wants territory back to reopen Suez By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Egypt said Sunday night that it will agree to reopen the Suez canal only if Israel agrees lo withdraw from all territory oc- cupied in the 19G7 war. A joint Egyptian-Soviet com- munique said "the problem of opening the Suez canal for inter- national shipping cannot be solve-1 in isolation from other problems of the settlement and should be in context with an agreement on the withdrawal of all Israeli troops" to the fron- tiers existing before the June. 1967, war. The communique was issued at the end of a five-day visit to Moscow by Foreign Minister Matmoud Riad of Egypt. Meanwhile, the Tel Aviv newspaper Haaretz says that Joseph Sisco, the United States assistant secretary of state for the Middle East, probably will visit Israel in mid-July with new proposals for a partial Is- raeli-Egyptian settlement. A foreign ministry spokesman said the visit is "possible." Haaret? does not elaborate on the proposals Sisco would bring, but presumably they arc an other step in State Secretary William P. Rogers's attempt to promote an agreement for re opening the Suez canal. His ear Her proposal for such an agree- ment foundered on Israel's op- position to Egyptian troops re- placing the Israelis on the eas jank of the canal and Egypt's mounting insistence that the Is- raelis agree to withdraw from all the occupied territories. 'LAN LEAGUE HQ Also in Tel Aviv, Use militant Jewish Defence League an- nounced that it will open a neadquarters in Israel. A repre- sentative, Neil Kothernberg of New York, told a news confer- ence that Rabbi Meir Kabane, the league's leader and New Yorker, will immigrate 10 Israel when the U.S. government re- turns his passport to him. Premier Golda Meir and other Israeli officials have cond- mened the league for its cam- paign Soviet of violence on behalf of said the organization's actions in Israel will be non-violent. Ha said the league will try lo "educate underprivileged Jews in ienns of one entity, not div- ided groups but one nation of equals." He said Israel "is being ripped apart by disunity." "It could stand more love be- tween Jews." He cited the Black Panthers of Israel, emigrants from Asia and Africa who say they are discriminated against. The U.S. government confis- cated Rabbi Kahane's passport because it feared he might jump bail and not appear for his trial in the United States on charges of harassing Soviet dip- Jews, but Rothenberg lomats and inciting to violence. Sato makes big cabinet reshuffle Israel makes offer TEL AVIV (Reuter) The mass-circulation evening news- paper Maariv says that Israel has told the United States it is prepared to pull back from the Suez canal if U.S. troops are sent in to ensure that Egyptian troops do not cross the water- way. The Paris correspondent of the newspaper attributes the re- port to "an American diplo- matic whom he quotes as saying also that the United States has offered to refund to Israel the cost of the Bar Lev Suez canal defence line if it pulls back as part of an interim solution to reopen the water- way. The source is quoted as say- ing that although Israel has not yet taken up the offer, it has already passed on to Washing- ton the estimated cost o[ the fortified line. TOKYO (Reuter) In a major cabinet reshuffle today. Foreign Minister Kiichi Aichi lost nis job to tire man expected to become Japan's next pre- mier. Premier Eisaku Sato strengthened the position of sev- eral candidates in the political race to succeed him when he retires in the fall of next year. Aichi was replaced by Fi- nance Minister Takeo Fukuda, 66, considered one of the leaders for the premiership. Aichi's removal was the only major surprise in the cabinet reshuffle, the first since a gen- eral election in December, 1969. The durable 63-year-old for- eign minister had been expected to retain the portfolio to handle the return to Japan next year of the U.S.-held island of He played a key role in earlier negotiations for the handover. POSITION STRONGER Fukuda's position as heir-ap- parent to the premiership wai strengthened with the appoint- ment of one of his mam sup- porters, Shigeru Hori, to the vital post of secretary-general of the governing Liberal Demo' cratic party. Hf'ri was formerly chief cabi net secretary. Fukuda's chief rival, Kakus Tanaka, 53, was removed from the party secretary-general's rast after almost five years anc ;iven the ministry of inlerna ional trade and industry. The new finance minister Mikio Mizuta, 65, who held ti st twice during the 1960s. Another candidate in the pre- iersliip succession battle, Ya- hiro Nakasone, 53, lost his ost as defence agency director nd was appointed chairman of le party's executive board. The appointment gives Naka- ne more power to influence irty politics. EADS DEFENCE The new defence agency irector is KieHchi Masuhara. Only one member of the old ato cabinet kept his job: Sada- ori Yamanaka, who is direo or-general at the premier's de- artment. He is also now head a newly-formed pollution inistry, the environment gency. This is expected to be Sato's ast cabinet after almost seven ears in office. WICKES-HOME5 of the '70s Show Homes OPEN NOW at 25th St. and 12th Ave. N. 3 to 9 p.m. Weekdays 12 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday AS LOW AS DOWN SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. COLLEGE MALL IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 328-3331 SHOW HOME 328-5382 Armed force nakes peaceful Canadian entry HOULTON Me. (AP) Ar armed American military force made a peaceful entry into dm ada Saturday. The force was a unit of th Maine Army National Guar Aich will receive its two week summer training at the Cana dian army base at Gagetown N.B. The unit, the 1st Battalion 152nd Field Artillery, based Caribou had permission to trail at the Canadian base 150 mile: from home instead of at Cam Drum N.Y. 700 miles away. Maj. Earl .ims battalio commander said officials Washington and Ottawa negb' ated for six months before th plan was approved. CARPET and LINO (Complete InstallationsD Free Estimates! No Obligation] PHONE 327-8578 CAPITOL FURNITURE "The Carpet House of the South' Study committees o be established EDMONTON (CP) Muniri- al Affairs Minister Fred Col- orne said here that study group committees will be es- Women-only air race under way SUPER CULP Welshman Norman Micherson guzzles his way through 62 pints of draught beer in one hour at the Royal Hotel in Par, England. Micherson, who claims his feat sets a record, did it on a bet with a group of fellow construction workers all Irish- men. The losers picked up the check, which came to about Secret talks resumed in independence dispute 'ntimidation charged in election vote JAKARTA (AP) The gov- rnment-backed Sekber Golkar ;roup appeared today to be roll- ig up a runaway victory in the weekend parliamentary elec- ions in Indonesia, but charges igainsl. it of intimidation and manipulation of votes were mounting. Subchan, leader of the Mos- em party Nahdatul Ulama, said reports of Gol- [arites were coming in from many parts of the vast archipel- igo. His party was running sec- nd but far behind. The acting chairman of the PNI, the Indonesian Nationalist >arty which the late President jukarno founded, said several PNI officials were arrested in the West Java town of Subang because votes had been cist there for the party. Results trickling in gave Gol- 50 per cent of the vote in East Java, 84 per cent in Bali' ,nd 70 per cent to West Java. The voting Saturday was for national provincial and local parliaments. Because of poor communications among the hundreds of islands, final re- turns are not expected for sev- eral weeks. Golkar is a coalition of groups put together by the military and the government in an effort to push the nine political parties into the background. A total of 360 seats in the national parliament were at stake in the election, and it ap- peared that Golkar would far exceed its minimum goal of 131 nf them. After the election, President Suharto will appoint another 100 members, and all of them will be Gblkarites. SALISBURY Brit- ish and Rhodesian negotiators met here today for a fresh round of secret talks in a bid to find a way out of the long-dead- locked independence dispute. After a weekend pause, Lord Goodman led the four-man Brit- ish team into what could be a make-or-break week of negotia- tions. By the end of the week could come either a decision to call a top-level in- volving Prime Minister Ian Smith of Rhodesia and Foreign Secretary Sir Alec Dbuglas- Home of take discus- sions a stage further, or a deci- sion to abandon the attempt to reach a settlement as hopeless. A new spirit of purpose and determination was injected into the talks following a sharp dash Police submit bill for services at festival SHELBURNE, Ont. (CP) Provincial police billed the pro- moter of a local rock festival Sunday for for services rendered. But Elwood Hill says he isn't going to pay. He also refused to pay a bill of for a similar festival last year. Mr. Hill was served with a writ 10 days ago ordering the debt to be settled in 15 days. The festival attracted a crowd of police estimate. One festival official said there were up to Provincial police had 125 uni- formed officers on duty during the festival and made 74 ar- rests. Fifty were arrested on liquor charges and 23 on drug charges. The OPP contingent was rein- forced by several RCMP under- cover agents. Advance tickets were sold a1 while entrance at. the gate cost but gate-crashing proved to be a major problem. "It seems that about one-thirt of the kids came in here withoui paying the full said one official. "What bothered us most was that so many of these kids had lots of money." Nudity was evident at the fes tival and sunburn was one o the major problems faced by an emergency hospital unit set up on the grounds. Doctors also treated every thing from fractures, to bad rug trips to venereal disease, bout 60 persons, Including six octors, six nurses and three liarmacists worked around the lock in the 40-bed hospital. If youVe been reading our Royal Trust ads, you already know how good our Guaranteed Investment Receipts are, If you haven't, just remember this. Annum on 5 Year kOySl IrUStTmst Royal Trust.VNfe'd like to do mofXifbryoa Member, Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation. YBBHni 740 4rti Ave. South, Lethbridge, Alberta 328-1761 OTHER ALBERTA OFFICES Calgary and Edmonton over the caning last week of group of African teen-agers whc joined an anti-government dem onstration here. TRIED FOR SECRECY The clash, which both side, were anxious to keep secre saw Lord Goodman and his dep- uty, Sir Philip Adams, express- ing their personal indignation to the RKodesian representatives at the caning of the youths. CALGARY (CP) Com- pared with women's liberation, he powder puff derby is al- most old been around or 25 years. The women-only air race takes off Monday with 145 en- rents from throughout the United States and Canada. They have four days to com- pete the trip to Baton Rouge, LA. The race became interna- tional for the first time this year and prize money climbec to The winner gets Thirty five different makes of aircraft, including single and multi-engined planes with horsepower ranging from 145 to 600, have been entered. The racers have been handi- capped according to machine to give all flyers an equal chance and make the race more a test, of navigational and flying skills. T'ne contest has mandatory stops at Great Falls and Bil- lings, Mont., Rapid City, S.D. Lincoln, Neb., and Little Rock, Ark., as well as the terminal points. The only all-Alberta team is Helen Bailey and Josephine Kearney of Olds whose first flight was two years ago. ablished In six areas of Alber- ta to examine such problems as public transportation and the disposal of solid wastes. All interested groups and govurnment agencies will be invited to take part in the study which is expected to last for three years, the minister said. Solid waste disposal and the governing of urban areas is to be studied in Edmonton. The region east of Edmonton Is to study solid waste disposal. Calgary will be the centre of study of the role of public trans- portation in larger urban areas and of alternative urban forms. This includes the question of satellite towns, transportation corridors and peripheral expan- sion as cities grow. The potential of smaller ci- ties and towns is to be studied in the area encompassing the Calgary and Red Deer region- al planning commission. Medicine Hat and the north- ern Alberta region surrounding the Edson, Peace River and Fort McMUrray areas will study the effectiveness of re- gional planning. The study is to be conducted by the province's study group on urbanization and the rutare. It happened Thursday when a group of students from the Afri- can township of Harare, just outside Salisbury, decided to march on the city in protest against inequalities in African-; and white teachers' salaries. Police prevented the students from reaching the city and ar- rested about 80 of them. In court later those under 19 were each sentenced lo six strokes of the cane. Older mem- bers of the group were fined. SNORING WARNING LONDON (CP) Snoring can be as revealing as talk- ing in your sleep, claims New Doctor, a medical publication. Lion roars and pig grunts show insecurity, the article says. But purring means you are happy "Only in the secret anonymity of tha nocturnal snore can you indulge your cravings for self the article con MIXED OUTLOOK Near-normal temperatures are expected in most of central Canada with below normal temperatures in Northern areas and in British Columbia, according to the 30-day outlook issued by the United States weather bureau Wednesday. Above normal precipitation Is forecast for central and northern areas of Ontario and Quebec, while the rest of the country should enjoy near- normal precipitation. This is not a specific forecast and changes may occurs. STUDENTS 18 24 TRAVEL CANADA FOR Bus, Meals, Aecomodation July 20 Aug. 18 AUGUR Phone 328-7144 Medicine Hat businessman dies at 73 MEDICINE HAT (CP) A pioneer Alberta businessman and broadcaster, J. H. (Hop) Yuill, died In hospital here af- ter suffering a heart attack. Mr. Yuill, 73, was a native of this city and president of Mon- arch Broadcasting Co., owner- operators of CHAT radio and television. He also was presi- dent of Medicine Hat Cablcvi. sion Ltd. He also had been prominent in newspaper and hockey circles. He is survived by two sons, Harry and Willard, both of Med- icine Hat, and one daughter, Susan Gifford of Vancouver. Weather and road report NOON Q ABOVE 7 ZERO AT SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET II L Prc 74 49 54 45 72 43 46 44 50 38 icthbridge Cranbrook 'incher Creek ledicine Hat 74 Cdmonton.......69 rande Prairie 69 Banff.......... 64 jary 69 46 Waterton 65 45 49 .04 'cnticton.......71 52 .03 'rince George 58 45 .30 Camloops.......75 52 Vancouver 64 50 .23 Saskatoon....... 71 46 .02 Regina......... 70 46 .01 onto......... 80 58 .94 Minneapolis.....84 New York.......84 Miami [os Angeles Las Vegas Honolulu Rome...... Paris...... Lcndon Berlin...... Amsterdam 88 82 76 61 103 75 84 74 82 55 82 63 75 61 73 55 77 59 Moscow........ 68 54 Stockholm.......80 59 Tokyo.......... 87 73 FORECAST Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Calgary Today: Sunny. Showers or thundershowers at a few localities. Lows near 50. Tuesday: Frequent showers or thundershowers. Highs near 65. Cclumnia-Kootenay Today and Tuesday: Cloudy with showers and a few afternoon and evening thunderstorms. Cool. Hinds gusty in thunder- storms. Highs today and Tues- day in mid and aupper 60s. Lows tonight in low 40s. GRAIN STORAGE TANKS! (The quality King of grain tanks) Sprakling "Woffle Panel" walls for rugged strength 4 "Eave-Seal design locks roof and wall to fill roof< to the peak. Available in sizes to fit any lem. grain storage lyt- -Ask AS OUT OUR 'TRADE-IN" or "5-YEAR" FINANCE PLAN- GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Couttl Highway, Uthbridge, Alberta Phone 327.3165 P.O. Bex 1202 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways In the Leth-1 dry and in good driving condi- bridge District are bare and' lion. POUTS OF ENTRY (Opening nnrt Closing Coutts 24 hours: Carway 5 a.m. to II p.m. MST; Del Boniln 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Rooscvillc, B.C. 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., 24 hours; Porthill-Rykerts B a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wlldhorse, 7 lo A p.m. Logan Pass open 24 hours daily., ;