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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THt IETHBRIDGE HtRAlD Wedn.idoy, July 19, 1971 Communications report is coming EDMONTON (CP) A west- ern eoimuui'.icnUons policy committee has been agreed on liy cnbinct minislers responsi- ble for communications iji each of Hie Uiree Preii'ic provinces, it was announced today by the Alberta government. The committee will consist of officials from Manitoba, Al- berta and Saskatchewan who will prepare a report for their next meeting in September. The first meeting was held In Winnipeg Monday and was attended by Rtissel Doern, Manitoba public works minis- ter. Alberta's telephones and utilities minister, Len Werry and Saskatchewan minister of telephones and government services, John Brockelbank. The committee Is to identify ,-ii'd document communications areas of common interest to the three provinces, identify provincial positions where common communications ob- jectives are practical and discover other areas of con- cern to individual provinces that can be supported by the other two. As well, the communications officials will form a liaison be- tween provincial governments lo assist other departments with communications matters. Harold Bishop of Alherta has been named chairman. Two members from each province arc yet to be named. EXPANDED In Regina, Mr. Brockelbank said provincial communication systems should be protected and expanded. For example, he said, Sask Tel could carry cable television and computer information. By acting as a cable-TV car- rier, the public utility could prevent private companies from "cream skimming1' by serving only highly populated areas. He said there are many "gray areas" concerning juris- diction in the communications field and the federal govern- ment appears to be moving in and taking complete control. This is of concern to the Prairie ministers who feel there are parts of the commun- ications field which are a nat- ural for public-utility involve- ment. Mr. Brockelbank also said It may be necessary for the prov- ince to take some hand in cable TV content to ensure a local flavor, but he didn't say how that would be accom- plished. re-Lain its village status. Red Deer turnstiles are spinning RED DEER (CP) The Red Deer Fair and Exhibition set an opening-day attendance rec- ord of 12.267 eclipsing the 3968 mark of The five-day fair was opened by Gov.-Gen. Michener Tues- d a y night. He presented medals for academic achieve- ment to eight Grade 9 students. Bellevue retains village slalus By VEIIN DECOUX This was decided at a vote Crowsncst Pass Bureau held In the village Tuesday BELLEVUE Bellevue will when K Per cent of lhe villaS- ers expressed their faith in the village council and voted In favor of retaining their village status. A total of 389 villagers cast ballots, of which 241 voted in favor of remaining a village and 147 voted in favor of re- verting to Improvement Dis- trict No. 5. There was one spoiled ballot. A special meeting was held last Thursday to inform villag- ers that in order to keep operat- ing the village would have to raise its mill rate to 140 mills. This was due to the local as- sessment being lowered by from last year. -r H POOLSIDE PLAYTIME Wondering what to do dur- year-old Karri Yano decided to attack a puddle, kicking Ing a visit lo Toronto's Summerville pool Tuesday, two- up the water with tbe finesse of a soccer player. Hot weather caused lineups at the city's pools. (CP Charles Comfort painting spurs controversy 'Do Indians always bow down to white large mural of Captain George Vancouver presented to the Uni- versity of British Columbia by Mrs. Roland Michener, wife of t h e Governor-General, has touched off a storm of protest from B.C. Indians. Lawrence Gladue, vice-presi- dent of the B.C. Association of 'Get up, you son of a Widow tells her story KAJILOOPS, B.C. (CP) Christine Quilt, widow of Chil- cotin Indian Fred Quilt, said Tuesday two RCMP officers were laughing as they drove her, her injured husband, and two other members of her fam- ily to an Indian reserve in the Alexis Creek area. Mrs. Quilt, 43, testified through an interpreter at the second Inquest Into her bus- SAFEWAY Announces Courtesy Award Winner JIM SMITHSON 13 Street North One of 8 in Southern Alberto's 3rd Courtesy Contest. We ore proud to have Courteous Employees as our Company Representa- tives. Jim will reeeiv" o cour- tesy aword pin end else a prize. band's death that an RCMP officer had "jumped up and down" on her husband on Nov. 28, 1971. Mr. Quilt, 55, died Nov. 30 from peritonitis caused by a ruptured bowel. A Williams Lake coroner's jury ruled in January that his death was un- natural and accidental but the first Inquest was quashed by the British Columbia Supreme Court because of an "associa- tion" between two jury mem- bers and the RCMP. Mrs. Quilt said two RCMP officers, one in uniform and one in plainclothes, approach- ed the pickup ti-uck in which the Quilt family had been rid- ing when It was stopped on the highway 20 miles east of Alexis Creek in the Chilcotin area of central B.C. She said the two "looked mad." She said the officer in plainclothes pulled her sleep- ing husband from the driver's seat, jumped on him, and yell- ed: "Get up, you son of s bitch" She said the officer jumped on her husband "quite a few landing with both feet in the area of his waist and on his head. Non-status Indians, said It was an offensive picture that should be destroyed. The mural, measuring 18 feet by 10 feet, Is scheduled to be unveiled at the university by Mrs. Michener Sept. 1. The mural was painted by Dr. Charles Comfort, prominent B.C. artist and former director of the National Gallery of Can- ada. It Captain Vancouver, an early British explorer after whom this West Coast city Is named, and two of his mates standing as three West Coast Indians appear to kneel and bow down to them during their exploration of the B.C. coast In the 18th century. IN UNIFORM Vancouver and his compan- ions are in British naval uni- forms of the era, one mate holds the Union Jack and the other an oar. One Indian is rais- ing his arms as if bowing and the other appears to be kneeling. The painting hung in the main lobby of the Hotel Vancouver for 25 years and was removed when the hotel was remodelled in 1963. It was in the possession of one of the hotel contractors for some time before being ob- tained by Mrs. Michener. Mrs. Michener donated the work to UBC recently and a large window in the main Lethbridge Community College School of Continuing Education COACHING SCHOOL FOR GRADE XII SUPPLEMENTAL EXAMINATIONS July 24th to August 4th, 1972 1.5 o.m. p.m. 1.00- p.m. TENTATIVE TIMETABLE Eriejliid 30, Methematici 30, Biology 30 Social Sfudici 30, Chen Phynei 30, Mothcmntir ii'ry 30, 31 Closui begin July 74th, 1972 FEE; {20.00 per lubitcl Prf-registrotion prior tn July ?-lth is For further Information and reniitralion contact: SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Telephone 327-2141 ext. 228 Prisoners testify on beatings KINGSTON. Qnt (CP) Four convicted Kingston p'ison- ers told 3. tribunal Tuesday of mass heatings administered to (hem by fellow prisoners dur- ing a 1S71 riot in which tivo prisoners were beaten to death. The four testified before ttie Ontario Criminal Injuries Com- pensation Board, holding a two- day hearing here. Three more injured prisoners and n guard laken hostage as the riot began ucrn lo appear today, convicts, from a segrega- ted area of HIR penitentiary, told of being tied to chairs and beaten with iron bars or pipes while hundreds of other prison- ers looked on. The hoard has never made awards to prisoners in federal jails and chairman Arthur Wish- art, said at the hearing that the province's responsibility for in- cidents in federal prisons is not clear. lie .s.'iid no decision on nwarrls n ill bo made until the question of provincial responsibility is rc- solvtxl. T10TII ESCAPF, CRANDROOK, n.C. fCP) A Cessna .110 aircraft which vanished early Tuesday hns been located in a field near this town. A spokesman for Ilnrri- son Airways Ltd., owner of the .snid the Uvo persons aboard, pilot (icorgc Shorey and his 12-yonr-olfl son, Cam- rron, iHtlli nf Vancouver, escap- ed injury. course of the university library was bricked up to provide space to hang it. "It's an offensive said Mr. Gladue after viewing the mural at the university Monday. "It depicts something that never happened. I don't think any Indians went out and fell Vancouver. It would be more honest to show them peeking around trees at this stranger. "It is pictures like these that bring back the stereotyped image of the Indian being the underdog, subservient to the white man. "In my opinion, it should be destroyed. If they want to put down on their knees in front ol' up something worthwhile, they IONC, HOT CONCERT After temperatures ot the Montreal o concert by Hie Rolling Stones- passed the 100-degree mark, at least one fan deemed clothing redundant. Her rnale escort remains unperturbed. (CP Wirephoto) NOTICE To residents of the Counly of tethbridge No. 26. Plcnsp do nol swath hay and grass in County road right of way borrow pits, ond windrow tlie hay 1O ihe graded portion ol the rood. When this is done, maintenance of the roads becomes Impossible and this practice must be discontinued or the roads will not be graded until the swathed material is cleared off. ISignod) R. E. GRANT, ASST. SECRETARY TREASURER Counly of Lcllibridga No. 26 214 13lh Street South, Lclhbridgo, Alberta. could put up a painting of white men and Indians standing side by side. "If my little boy were to see this picture, he might come home lo me and say, 'do Indi- ans always bow down to whiti "I'll tell you, they don't any more." Weather and road report SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET H L Prc. ..SI! 47 .55 60 50 52 42 ...57 41 .02 60 40 .01 ..55 40 .17 01 44 71 40 .29 ..66 47 .08 ..76 45 .02 77 54 70 39 82 51 ..76 55 65 41 65 42 ..75 56 .72 87 68 .02 86 71 .26 Lellibridge Medicine Hat Pincher Creek Calgary Edmonton Banff........ Coronation High Level Peace River Per-ticton..... Victoria Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Moose Jaw Regina Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa....... Montreal Quebec St. John's..... Halifax Charlottetown Fredericton New York Miami Boston....... Washington Los Angeles San Diego San Francisco Denver i Las Vegas Phoenix Rome Paris..... London Amsterdam Madrid Tokyo 87 73 .04 ..72 62 .21 64 80 63 76 m 76 85 78 .23 78 05 89 76 82 67 7fl 6S 65 56 87 62 .107 82 101 81 84 64 86 65 77 59 95 66 85 63 82 75 FORECASTS Lethbrldge-Medidne Hat Cloudy with isolated after- noon showers today, Highs 60-65. Lows 40-45. Thursday i Cloudy. Highs near 65. Calgary Sunny with after- noon showers or thundershow- ers today. Highs near 65. Lows 40-45. Thursday: Sunny with allernoon showers. Highs near 65. Koolcnay Today, mainly cloudy with a few showers. Sun- ny periods during the day and clearing this evening. Highs to- day 70-73. Tonight, mainly clear with lows around 45. Thurs- day, Sunny with cloudy periods. Highs in tlie mid-705. Columbia Today, sunny with a few cloudy periods and the chance of a shower in the afternoon or evening, Highs 75 to 80. Tonight, a few clouds, Lows 45 to 50. Thursday, sunny with cloudy periods. Highs 75 lo 80. CHOPPER 600 GEHL Six fool, 4 bar pickup. Platform Auger Float! Fewer Moving Parts Windgard Holdi Crops Firmly Full Information available from Ken Dickion or Doug Irwln. BALER TWINE PER BALE 6.95 GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutti Highway Lctlibridge Phone 323-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All In the Ldh- bridge disrtict nro bare and dry. Highway I, Trans Canada Highway, bare and dry. POUTS OF ENTflY (Opening nnd Closing Coutls ?4 hours; Cnrway (i n.m, lo midnlghl; Del Bonita I) a.m. to 9 p.m.; Uooscvillc, B.C. fl n.m. to midnight; Kingsgalc, D.C., 21 hours; Pnrlhill Rykcrls 8 a.m. lo midnight.; Chief Mountain 7 f..m. In 10 p.m.; Wlldhorssc, 8 tn 9 p.m. ;