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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta March 1971 THI ItTHMIDGI 27 Edmonton Appeal expected iii Hutterite case Parti Quebecois Leader Rene Uvtique said in Vancouver his old friend Secretary of State Gerard Pellelier seems to be looking for a way to quit the federal Liberal government over its handling ot the FLQ Pelletier with his book shows be has a conscience about the whole Levesque He seems to be looking for a way to get way he has been doing The separatist leader was re ferring to Mr Peietiers con troversial book The October Crisis published last Prime Minister John Vorster said at Cape Town he is willing to dfeeuss South Africas apar theid policy of race separation with leaders of the black na tions of I welcome the opportunity to discuss the whiteminority leader More nonsense has been written about separ ate development than anv other subject I The Saskatchewan Associa tion of Rural Municipalities made a mistake in passing an English only resolution re Senator Hazeii Argue L Saskatchewan said in This kind of resolution plays into the hands of the Parti Que the and those who say English Canada does not really understand French Can RENE LEVESQUE Talks About Book population increases EDMONTON CP The citys population increased by during 1970 to a total of an increase of cent compared with thej city election office said yester A census report on the result of a survey last fall showed the area population for the city area north of the North Sas katchewan River increased by 12546 during 1970 compared with a growth of only 539 per sons on the Ths total figure shows ihe city has almost doubled its pop ulation during the last 15 yeais In 1956 the population was The total population in 1969 was passes halfway mark Attendance officer Nor m a ite preacher Attorney General Heald solemnly announced in the legislature at Regtoa he will not seek re The member for Lumsden since 1964 when the Liberals swept into power to end 20 years of CCF gave no rea son for his Unless steps are taken to pre serve it will disap pear and become part of the United publisher Me Hurtig of a found ing member of for an Independent Canada said in Hurtig said that unless politicians are prepared to take mportant Canada will not survive a second een He is on a coasttocoast speaking tour to promote sup port for the He told a university audi ence the committee has gained a lot of support and has over signatures on our peti tions and local committees in every major Police have extended the right to arrest without warrant from an exceptional one to a way of says Senator Har per Prowse L He introduced for second reading the governments bail and arrest reform which would limit jailing on arrest to cases where it was unavoid Senator Prowse said there has been shocking abuse of a privilege extended to police not for their convenience but for protection of the public For more than 95 per cent of suspects in their midteens were arrested and jailed without Maybe this is why there is a generation Officers freed Lebanon Reutcr Air Marshal Hardan dismissed as vicepresident of Iraq in was assassi nated in Kuwait Arab diplomatic sources said her of the sect was convicted of keeping his daughter out 1 Paul Stahl of the Cayley Col1 50 miles south of Cal was fined and costs on a charge of unlawfully pre venting his daughter Martha from attending the colony school last The charge was made when she was 15 but she is now 16 and legally not required to at tend The Hutierite faith maintains that children should not attend school after age The charge resulted from the 1967 revision of the school act raising the compulsory atten dance age from 15 to ONLY SECOND It is believed the conviction agai is only the second in the province since the school act A Granum Hutterite spent 10 days in jail in 1969 on a simi lar while charges against two others in the Leth bridge and Oyen districts were dropped after agreements were worked out with local s c h o o board EDMONTON CP The live comParathel Democratic Party passed lives in their where they hold all land and halfway mark in iwnana Firings spark protests at first Indian school biuidings in j tions for the next provincial I general election with the noni mauon of Alvin Leonard Har macy of Mindfield as the can didate in the new udmg of Drayton Mr a 33yejrod S defeated Lars Lar icr husband Roland the SASKATOON CP Stu1 The NDP now have nom Student fund provides job staff The near this north eastern Alberta is to be taken over 1 by the Saddle Lake Athabasca Na tive Education Council from the Indian affairs Covering grades 4 to it is residential and also accommo dates day Students occupied adminis trative offices in the residen tial portion of the school Thurs day to Sunday before they were ordered to leave by The students were protesting the dismissals of recreation di rector Diana Harpe and schoo school resigned University of Sas after the j are continuing to Council chairman Stanley protest the universitys refusal Redmm said Harpe and j rehire an assistant profes PAUL CP1 Blue accountant Albert a Quills which is to be come Canadas first Indianop erated school returned to near normal Tuesday after a four day sitin arising from inated 38 candidates Albert were dismissed becaus thev i sor but they have chosen a 1 quieter way to do Cleeve student union earlier of the resident matron j said the students who is The council said it nould not give a reason fo the firing unless the matron wanted to make it Only Indian students attend the school Harpe is seeking assis FORESTED LVSD EDMONTON CP More acres or 53 per cent of the land in Alberta U it with 74 6 mil Of the sa suns ucUv Of have established a fund design1 67 3 mjmm S od to allow John Rich sections of a mics ards to continue teaching two political econo it was announced nuipe a Richards would not be rehired ance from the department of because there were more Indian affairs to board the stui qualified applicants for his post moc than So students staged hat disrupted the provincial Crown million acres federal Crown land and 2 1 mil lion is privately dents in The school has 102 students in residence and another 67 day economics and political science department for several SEE PAGE 19 ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS GRAND OPENING 426 6th Street SPECIAL FURNITURE AUCTION SALE Having received instructions from the owner who is moving away we will sell the following appliance and household effects on Monday Evening At April Woods deep 14 Moffat electric McClarey crosstop freezer Westinghouse washer and matched set Admiral 21 TV set Dom estic electric sewing machine Beautiful sectional chesterfield 2Lazy Boy Easy Recliners HideABed matching bedroom suites matching bed room suite table and 4 chairs Glass door china cabinet Buffet Older crosstop freezer Matching coffee and 2end tables Power mower Assortment of garden tools 2bikes 1300 2 compartment gas hoses and nozzles set Wearever cookware Size 18 shear racoon fur coat Various small hand ap pliances Dishes Pots and pans Ornaments Jars Seal Many otter items to numerous to Furniture will be on view April 4 to All day Monday till idle time at Hurlburt Auction Service 1920 2nd This furniture muit be icon to appreciate it so come and view at the above For Further Information Contact HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE Phone 3284705 1920 2nd Lethbridge AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN UC 41 458 HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd APRIL 1st SAIE STARTS TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Round dining table Admiral 21 TV Chrome table and 3chairs Complete wood crib Nice small china cabinet Radiorecord player Library desk Wardrobe Fairbanks 21 TV Vanity dresser Desk and chair Frigidaire Hospital bed and mattress Good Frigidaire 30 Electric range McClary electric dryer 3gas ranges se lection of shelves Twin laundry tubs 9 x 12 nig Chrome table Treadle sewing Good Zenith portable rec ord battery or 110 volt Bicycles Occasional chair Inboardoutboard drive Swing set Power mower Tables Fire extinguishers Good floor polisher 2single head boards Coffee table Chairs 3small bookcases 4lawn chairs 2exhaust fans Playpen Small chest of drawers TV tables Crib High chair Buggies Fan Scale Old Picture Dishes Pots and pans Extension cords Water skis Kiddie car Office swivel chair Gar den hose Magazine rack Coffee maker Step SPECIALS 1959 FORD STATION WAGON Good Kawasaki 85 90 cc Honda Scrambler Signal 14 Boat and For Further Information Contact HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE Phont 3284705 1920 2nd AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN 41 458 SIMPSONSSEARS Everythings coming up roses and hearts for this romantic JJi yw new era Now you can wear your heart on your or your or or even at your Brightly polished golden hearts encircling ivory make our new jewellery collection the perfect complement for todays romantic Black velvet choker with heort 84 Black velvet pendant heart S4 C Clip S3 Dog S3 Adjustable SS S3 S4 Adjustable S5 New From Continental STORE HOURS 9 to Thursday and Friday unlil 9 Closed Wednesday at Centre Village 2nd and 13th Teleshop 3286611 ;