Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, March 5, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - It PURRFECT PLACE - Being abondoned out in the cold isn't exactly conducive to a cot's contentment. But thi� feline cured her chill by cudling up to o cozy chimney. No plans to invade north SAIGON (Reuter) - A spokesman for President Nguyen Van Tlrieu said today that tl� South Vietnamese government has no plans to invade North Vietnam for the present despite threats by Thdeu that it might. Observers said TMeu apparently intended his hawkish statement of Wednesday and the reassuring statement today to appease both Vice-President Nguyen Cao Ky's militant supporters of intervention in the North and public opuiion in the United States. The statements were seen in the context of a growing rivah7 between the two men and reports that Ky would be a candidate for the presidency in the October election. The president hopes to drop Ky, a favorite with northern refugees, but the vice-president holds a strong card-by running for president he could split the pro-government vote and let in a third candidate. Pakistan's violence subsides DACCA (AP) - Violence and tension brought on by post-onement of Pakistan's constitutional assembly subsided today in Dacca, and East Pakistan's political leader promised to control demonstrations. Sheik Mujibur Rahman, head of the A w a m i League, urged that government troops called out Tuesday to quell the mobs return to their barracks. "Bengalis know bow to maintain peace without the army," Mujibur told a rally of more than 100,000 East Pakistanis today. "Those who loot and bum are enemies of the people. I have called my volunteers to rise and resist them." The crowd roared its defiance of domination by West Pakistan, shouting "Independent East Pakistan!" U.S. suspends nuclear tests WASHINGTON (AP) - Due to lack of money and pressure from environmentalists, the United States is suspending nuclear tests aimed at finding peaceful uses for atomic energy. However, one more test remains on the schedule. The fiscal year beginning July 1 will be the first in which there will be no nuclear device exploded under the Plowsbai'e pro- gram since it began in 1958. The last explosion before the testing halt, AEC sources say, will be called Miniata and will involve an entirely new class of Plowshare explosives designed specifically for stimulating natural-gas production. The U.S. government .since mid-1958 has spent $145 million on Plowshare, including the cost of 24 underground blasts. Minister defends action in Pincher doctor's case VICTORIA (CP) - Health Minister Ralph Loffmark this week defended his actions in the Clearwater hospital controversy in the legislature and survived a vote of non - confidence by a vote of 29 to 17. Dr. G. Scott Wallace (S'Cr-Oak Bay) voted with the Liberal and New Democrat opposition after Mi-. Loffmark stated his defence during debate on his department's spending estimates. The health minister said tliere is a distinction between West coffee drinkers top eastern ones WINNIPEG (CP) -- West-em Canadians are drinking eastern Canadians under the table, at least in regular coffee consumption, says the dii'ector of marketmg for Nabob Foods Ltd. Peter R. Culos of Vancouver said in an interview here Canadians on the Prairies and in British Columbia drink 60 per cent of the regular coffee consumed in Canada each year. "In other words, 25 per cent of the population drinks 60 per cent of the coffee." the words "medical competency" and the tenns "qualifications and his right to practice." The issue revolved around a charge by Barrie Clarke (L- North Vancouver - Seymour) that the minister lied when he said in a letter tabled in the House he had not questioned the competency of Dr. Rudy Regehr formerly of Clearwater, B.C. The doctor left Clearwater to practice in Pincher Creek, Alta. when the government failed to provide the community with medical facilities he said were necessary and which had been an election campaign promise. $5,870 grant for symposium OTTAWA (CP) - The health and welfare department has approved a $5,870 grant to the Canadian Association for education in the Social Services to pay for an audio-visual symposium to be held in Calgary March 17-19. The symposium, organized by the CAESS and the school of social welfare at the University of Calgary, will discuss recent developments in audio-visual equipment used in schools of social work. 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