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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Junt 15, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Dateline Alberta 800 students walk out SHERWOOD PARK An estimated 800 students walked out oi classes in three county of Strathcona schools Friday to protest the transfer of a teacher because they felt it was designed to force his resignation Band master Bob Brown was transfered to a full time post at Clover Bar Junior High School here after spending this year teaching half time at Clover Bar and the other half day at Salisbury Composite High School. Mr. Brown said after the decision to transfer him was taken he feels obliged to resign as he did not want to teach full time at Clover Bar. Border protest July 4 EDMONTON (CP) Arrangements have been made to keep the July 4 Indian demonstration along the entire Canada U S. border non-violent, a demonstration organizer says. Security men were picked from within Indian ranks to keep peace and order, said Ed Burnstick, Western Canada demonstration co ordinator. The protest is aimed at drawing public attention to Canada's failure to honor the 180 year old Jay Treaty that gives natives duty free border access, he said. Steer killers fined EDMONTON (CP) Three Edmonton men pleaded guilty Friday to shooting and butchering a 600 pound Black Angus steer in a pasture near Spruce Grove, 15 miles west of Edmonton. Anton Peter Matalski, 26, Robert Peter Matalski, 24, and Dave Rochon, 30, were each fined on a charge of theft over Fraud charge laid EDMONTON (CP) An Edmonton woman Friday became the seventh person charged in connection with what police say was a conspiracy to defraud Co Operative Fire and Casualty Co. Ltd. of almost Tanya Patricia Ramsay was remanded without plea to July 3 on one charge of fraud by Provincial court Judge Carl H Rolf. The crown alleges that 177 fraudulent cheques in amounts ranging from to were issued on 94 company files. Miss Ramsay is charged with defrauding the company of Ronning defends India CAMROSE (CP) India has violated no agreements with Canada on nuclear arms nor can it be assumed her recent nuclear explosion was for military purposes, Chester Ronning. former Canadian High Commissioner to India, said Friday Mr. Ronning, who served in India from 1957 to 1964 said that to his knowledge India has not used fuel from either of two reactors it built with Canadian help to build a nuclear bomb. The Indians had their own reactor before Canada liiot helped them build one at Trombay. near Bombay, and they have lived up to their agreements with this country not to use the product of neculear reactors built with Canadian assistance for other than peaceful purposes, Mr. Ronning. said. GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge...... 82 47 Medicine Hat 80 54 Edmonton 73 51 Banff .......80 43 Calgary 77 49 Victoria 68 54 Prince Rupert... 68 54 Kamloops 95 59 Vancouver 69 57 Saskatoon....... 71 44 "Swift Current 75 40 Moose Jaw ___ 75 46 Regina 72 40 Winnipeg 72 43 .15 Toronto 70 53 .12 Ottawa 73 51 .01 Montreal 70 54 St John's....... 62 51 Halifax 68 53 Charlottetown 78 52 Fredericton 81 49 Chicago 78 64 .15 Minneapolis 80 55 New York 78 59 Miami.........84 76 Washington 83 65 Los Angeles......79 63 San Francisco 63 55 Denver......... 90 59 Las Vegas..... Ill 77 Phoenix 115 87 Athens 77 61 Rome.......... 68 57 London .......77 55 FORECAST Lethbridge, Calgary and Medicine Hat Today sunny. Winds becoming southerly 15 to 20 and gusty during the afternoon. Highs 80 to 85. Sunday sunny. Lows near 55. Highs'80 to 85. Columbia Kootenay Today and Sunday, mainly sunny. Highs both days in the -mid 80s. Lows tonight 50 to 55. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Fair and hot today and Sunday Highs 85 to 95. Lows 45 to 55. West of Continental Divide Mostly fair and hot today and Sunday. Highs 85 to 95. Lows 45 to 55. GEHL 880 MOWER CONDITIONER Use a GEHL 880 machine !o cut and condition !he hay Rugged buill lor the toughest jobs. Lower rubber roll and upper spiral steel roll to condition the hay 1o a llulfy windrow. See the 9 ft. 3 in. 880 GEHL at GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Courts Highway Box 1202 Phone 32S-1141 Dull election campaign may liven up OTTAWA (CP) A federal election campaign that so far has failed to electrify the public may liven up a little in the three weeks left before the July 8 polling date. Party officials say local associations in 264 constituencies across the country are moving into top gear and predict the campaign will start to generate some sparks. There have been a few lively developments, however. Among these were a couple of cuss words, a lecture on love and a black sheep driven from the fold The rising cost of living fig-. ures announced earlier this week added some fuel to the "campaign. They were so helpful to the campaign of Progressive Con- servative Leader Robert Stanfield that he was described as almost jaunty as he walked and talked his way through the Niagara peninsula of Ontario. Party organizers say appar- Ports of entry: Times in Mountain Dayiighl Time