Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, March 12, 1971 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - 17 FARMER DUMPS MILK - Howard Scott, of RR 7, London, Ont., dumps milk in a cornfild on hi* farm. ^Ar. Scott, one of two London-area farmers dumping milk to protest world marketing prices, estimates he is dumping 1,000 pounds a day. Young dies during swim LAGOS (AP) - Whitney M. Young, executive director of the Urban League, a United States Negro civil rights group, died here while swimming in the Atlantic Ocean near this Nigerian capitl. He was 49. Young, who was here as a participant in Ford Foundation-sponsored African-American dialogues, apparently collapsed in the water at Lighthouse Beach on Tarqua Bay. The cause of death was iltrt established, but a heart attack was thought to be a possibility. Young was swimming with former United States attorney-general Ramsey Clark, Mrs. Clark, William, W. Broom, Washington bureau chief of Rid-der Publications, and Mrs. Broom, when he died. Clark and Broom are delegates to the dialogues conference. Police slain incampus riot SAN JUAN (AP) - Two policemen were slain and four students injured Thursday in a disturbance at the University of Puerto Rico. One of the dead policemen was identified as Lieut. Juan B. Meroado, commander of a 12-man riot squad which entered the campus in the early afternoon. Chancellor Pedro Jose Rivera called police to the campus to put down a disturbance at the Student Centre and the Reserve Officers Training Corps building. Gunfire broke out as policemen entered the campus. Peace talks at standstill PARIS (AP) - The long-deadlocked Vietnam peace talks came to a virtual standstill here as North and South Vietnam and the Viet Cong were represented only by low-ranking officials and the chief American negotiator delivered his shortest speech on record . North Vietnam's chief delegate, Xuan Thuy, boycotted the 106th weekly session for the second week in succession. His deputy, Nguyen Minh Vy, said Thuy's absence was a protest against what he described as President Nixon's plan to "carry the war into North Vietnam." U.S. Ambassador David Bruce found himself the only high-ranking delegate at the huge round conference table. U.S. to cut bomber force WASHINGTON (AP) - The United States is planning to cut its B-52 bomber force in the Indochina war by about one-third in the coming year. This almost certainly will mean a significant reduction in the number of B-52 sorties, now averaging 1,000 a month. A sortie is a single flight by a single plane. Air Force spokesmen said total of 15 B-52s will be returned to the U.S. from Thailand by March 31, 1972. Communist sentenced to death JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) - Sukotno, 41, former central committee member of the out- Student sit-in at Saskatoon SASKATOON (CP) - Students Thursday continued a sit-in at the University of Saskatchewan, demanding a new course in political economy oriented to Saskatchewan's problems and protesting the university's refusal to renew a faculty member's contract. No specific reason was given for the refusal to renew the contract of John Richards, assistant economics professor. He is the New Democratic Party candidate for Saskatoon in the next provincial election. As a candidate, Mr. Richards has said the government-owned pulp mill in Prince Albert, Sask., is stockpiling pulp secretly so that workers would not be laid off before an election. lawed Communist party was sentenced to death by a Jakarta court Thursday for plotting to overthrow the government in October, 1965. 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