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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE U7HBRIDGE HERAID Solurdoy, March 31, 1973 Anti-riot weapon tested I LONDON (AP) British set- tntists are testing an anil-riot jveapon that uses sound and tight waves to iiuluce nausea and epileptic tils to break up hiobs, tile New Scientist maga- zine reports. The magazine says in its dc- scriplioti of the weapon: ILA large group of proles tcrs reaches police lines. Suddenly five per cent of the group has epileptic fits. Although they see and hear nothing strange, the Indian problems iiblieiiy rest teal a throbbing In the ears flashing in their eyes, possibly one-quarter be- receive By DOXAT VALOIS PARIS (CP) After wide- spread coverage of the occupa- tion of Wounded Knee, S.D., by United States Indians, the French press is paying some at- tention to Canadian Indians and Uieir problems. In Wednesday's edition, Le Monde published two lengthy articles on Canada's native peo- ples. In the firsi, Le Monde de- scribes the Indians' resistance to government proposals that would give the native people the same rights as white citizens and subject them to the same duties, such as income taxes. In the second article, the newspaper reports tlw ex- perience of a young Frenchman who lived for a while with the Cree Indians in the Mistassini area of northern Quebec. "The interest today in the rebirth of the U.S. Indian na- tions should not allow us to for- get that in Canada the Indians are gravely threatened by sev- eral projects which will make the continuation of their tradi- tional ways of life Le Monde says. The newspaper quotes Mike Myers, a leader of the Ameri- can Indian Movement, as say ing a "Wounded Knee" could occur in Canada and contending that Canadian Indians are the objects of injustice, racism and segregation by whites. The newspaper also recounts the opposition of Quebec- In- dians and Eskimos to the multi- fa i 11 i o n-dollar James Bay hydroelectric project in north- western Quebec which they say will destroy way of life. their traditional could endanger the dollar. The Didians and Eskiniris in the James Bay area are cur- rently seeking a Quebec Supe- rior Court injunction to halt the project. "If, by the simple exercise of their rights, the Indians and Eskimos succeeded in blocking a project, it would be an important victory for the Indians of North Amer- the newspaper says. Le Monde says the Canadian Indians' resistance is motivated by feelings of weariness and ex- asperation after centuries of racism, paternalism and segre- gation. "The Indians no longer have confidence in the white man. They don't see what they have to gain by becoming like other Canadian citizens, except to supply the despised bottom layer of the vertical mosaic which makes up Canadian society." come sick. The group panics and clisDerscs.' The New Scientist says the weapon is a modification of the technique of flashing strobe Liphts used in discotheques, but using invisible infrared light rays instead. These are com- bined with ultrasonic sound waves almost inaudible to the human ear. "It has been known for many yi'iirs that rapid-flashing lights will trigger attacks not only in known epileptics but in about Canadian four per cent of anparently nor- mal people as the maga- zine says. "Studies have also shown that strobes make about one-quarter of the population 'eel with experiences including giddiness, nausea, speed difficulties and even Lougheed promises statement Heralif Legislative Bureau EDMONTON The sugges- tion was made in the legisla- ture Thursday that Alberta fol- low Ontario and establish con- flict of interest regulations for cabinet ministers and senior civil servants. Premier Lougheed promised Bill Wyse (SC-Medicine Hat- Hedciiff) a statement.on con- ftict of interest regulations Their opposition is shared by, sometime later in the current some Queliecers and the federal! spring session of the assembly government views the project with some doubts, Le Monde says, contending that Quebec's borrowing on the U.S. money markets to finance the project Mr. Wyse asked if regula- tions might be extended to sen- ior civil servants and the pre- mier said the matter was under consideration. DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. CONTINUES TO SERVE SOUTHERN ALBERTA FIRE AUTO PERSONAL COMMERCIAL DOUG SOYER-Solei 308 9th St. S. Phona 328-1228 The weapon. known as a photic driver, can lie used only at It is the brainchild of Charles Bovill, chief engineer of a comoany producing security and anti-violent" weapons less dangerous than night sticks or riot gas. Sterilization act to be abolished VICTORIA (CP) The Sex- ual Sterilization Act of 1933, w h i c h allowed Uie provincial cabinet to order the steriliza- tion of a mental patient, is to be abo'ished. Health Minister Dennis Cocke said, after introducing a hill to repeal the act, that it was archaic and hadn't been used for about 10 years. A "hoard of eugenics" was set up under the act, compris- ing a British Columbia judge, a psychiatrist and a social worker, which would rule on recommendations by superin- tendents of mental institutions for sterilization of inmates. A superintendent could rec- ommend such an operation if it "appears" that the inmate "would he likely to beget or bear children who by reason of inheritance would have a ten- dency to serious mental disease or mental deficiency." Tiie operation was uol to he performed unless the inmate consented in writing, or if he incapable, the inmate's wife, husband, parent or guard- ian. If he had none o[ these, fi nal power rested with the pro- vincial secretary in the cabi- net. The only privilege grantee the inmate was the right to choose the doctor to sterilize him. Tells of torture Air Force Col. David W. Winn, right, tells of tortures on American POW's while in captivity in North Vietnam. Lt. Col. Leo K. Thoraness also spoke of the torture to him and other U.S. piiols. Thoraness props his right leg on pillows during the press conference ot Scott Air Force Base, III. Both knees were injured when he ejected from his aircraft ot more than oOO miles per hour, when hir by ground fire in April 1967. was downed in August 1968. Winn is from Minneapolis and Thoraness is from Sioux Falls, Soulh Da- koto. Offered by airlines Travel agents get kickbacks TORONTO (CP) Many air- lines are reported offering travel agents "kickbacks' of between and for every passenger they book on the air- lines under Canada's new char- ter flight regulations. John Stafford, president of the Central Canada Chapter of the American Society of Travel Agents, said Thursday: "It's common knowledge in the trade that if you shop around certain airlines are offering in- ducements and incentives over and above the regular commis- NOW RENTING "Imperial Court 52nd Ave. 6th St. West CLARESHOLM 33 UNIT 2 BEDROOM .00 3 BEDROOM .OO Includes refrigerator, stove, drape rods, fenced, landscaped and paved parking FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT (CAIGARY) LTD. 2050 10th Ave. S.W, CALGARY Phone 1-244-2716 son to agents to push their par- ticular line." liD standard commission for travel agenls is 10 per cent of the faro paid by an air passen- ger. Major airlines entered the charter business, previously confined mainly to smaller lines, when new federal regu- lations came into effect last January. Under the Advanced Booking Charter (ABC) regulations, any- one may travel on a charter by booking their flight 90 days in advance and making a non-re- fundable deposit of 25 per cent of the fare. RULES CHANGED The new regulation elimi- nated previous requirements limiting charter flights to mem- bers o! groups or organizations. With many more plane seats available for charter, particu- larly on the Atlantic route, the airlines are forced to compel for passengei-s. Hoiiry Moos, president o Kennedy Travel Bureau Ltd defended the "kickbacks" or bo nuses. "It's nobody's business wha we (Ihe agents) as retailers pa for our merchandise. The only thing that concerns the cus- tomer is what he pays and whether the price is right for him." Dennis Gill, president of Sun Tours Ltd., said standard practice between ma- jor airlines and large travel agents. A spokesman for tlie Cana- dian transport commission said airlines offering kickbacks run the risk of having a flight or series of flights cancelled by the commission's air transport committee. RALPH MISKULIN Farm Auction Sale 1 MILE SOUTH AND 6 MUES EAST OF WILSON SIDING ELEVATORS TUESDAY, APRIL 10-11 A.M. Having favoured wHh Inifructlem frcm Mr. Ralph kylln, who hat retired from farming, will offtr for taU the following of form machinery as Ifittd w'nlth is merely a guicU and in no way a warranty or as to condition or age and It to errors or minor at you may find them day of tale. TERMS: CASH the day of trie with teHlemenl In fyl] before removal from the premises. TRACTORS 1964 M.F. 97 with cab, lead ballatt, 2700 hours. 1965 J.D. 5010 with cab, tow hours, (like new) Oliver 99 for repairs. HARVEST EQUIP. 1970 J.D. SP combine, cob and plckupj 16' J.D. 190 pull typs swather; 16' Oliver SP ]6' I.K.C. p.t.o. iwalher; 4' pickup reel. TRUCKS 1962 I.H.C. B-17Q truck, IS' steel box, hoiit, 900x20 1952 Fargo tonj 1946 Chev 2 ton, hoiit and flat deckj 192? I.H.C. truck TILLAGE AND SEEDING EQUIP. 12' Noble blade, st. btoefe, marker; 3K Noble blade, IB', complete hook upi 24' J.D. wing style cultivator; 24' Morrii B124 24' rod weftdor; 2-lA 12' T969 J.D. 6" Co-op flex harrows, steel drawbar; diamond harrows; 10' Coekshutt oneway; 4 bottom I.H.C plow; 20' J.D. 1100 series surflex; 2-14' 500 series J.D. rod weeders; 2-wheel trailer; lark runnfng gears; Horn- mermill; 24' Mayralh 6" B S, 12 h.p. motor; 4V Mayralh 6" auger, B 5, electric Mart; 12' drag auger; 56' Versatile, tandem low orofile, field sprayer; Propane brooder, 300 size; snow fence. SPECIAL 1968 ton Chev., 4 sp. trans., jacfdle 10' camper jacks, furnace. NOTEs Above Special Subject lo deletion. FUEl AND WATER TANKS 500 gal. fuel tank (stocj 300 gal. fuel lank, 2 com- partmenl; 100 gal. truck slip lank and pump; 300 gal. water tank; 40 gal. propane tank Drop lank SNOWMOBILES 1970 Rupp 340 Snowmobile (good) 1967 Polaris for repairs. SHOP TOOLS 2 stage gas welder (cut torch and Table saw; 14" Im- pact wrench; Tap and dies; Wheel barrow; Rubber tiredj Garden tractor; greaser; Log Chains; Hand Tires, eft. Too numerous lo mention. HOUSEHOLD Horn art 35 gal. electric wolnr heater Has less chalrj Lealher rocking chair; Reclincr chair; Camp, bunk bedi and maltreis; 2 foor stools; Automatic washer; Earthenware creeks; Viking floor polisher; Card lable and choirs; TV for repairs; Twin rinse lybs; Chrome high chair; Tri lamps, Chrome captains chair. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES ITD. BOX 105. COALDALE, ALTA. "Serving the South by Word of Moulh" For further Information Phono 345-3534 or Owner AUCTIONEERS: 1ES HAND'EY FRED BURTON ROGfR HANDIEY Ho. 0101JO Lie. No. 005415 lie. No. 010121 HONDA'S NEW DIRT BIKE CHAMPION! The Elsinore CR250M was born 1o race from the moment you get your hands on it. No special tuna-up needed. Just boo! it inlo gear and head out across country or Into the toughest motocross conditions you can find. Honda'3 great new Elsinore won't let you because all Ihe of Ihe world's largest motorcycle manufac- turer has gone into this fast 2-slroke. For an even lighter, rugged dirl bike, see Honda's lean, tough SL125. At your dealer, now. Yes! You can handle a Hondat DISTRIBUTED BY: CLARKE SIMPKINS HONDA 760 Alderbridge Way, Richmond, B.C. LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE SALES SERVICE -117 2nd Ave. 5. Phone 327-8889 Soulliern Alberta's laigti! and Moil Molorcycl. CHARGE PETER ZALASKI 2 MILES SOUTH AND W, M1US EAST OF COALDALE, ALTA. MONDAY, APRIL 2-11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED Having been favoured with Instructions from Mr. ZalasVT, who has retTrtd from farming, will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed baTow, which ii merely a and In no way a warranty or guarantee as to condition or and Is subject to cddl- tTons, deletions, miner changes as you may ffnd them the day of the sale. TERMS CASH tha day of tne tale, .with Tn full before removal from Ihe farm. TS ACTORS Model 400 tractor amplifier 1-I.H.C. Model W 6 gas tractor. Cholmeri Modal 8 traeror cultivator. TRUCKS 1-1964 Mercury Vt ton truck. 1-195? G.M.C. 2 ton truck door beet box and heist. COMBINE AND SWATHER Deere swother (converted from 1 stylo Case combine. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT 45-40 fr. x 4" lateral pipe risers; fi-40 ft. x 5" Interal pipe risers; ft. x 4" lateral pipe 22-30 ft. x 5" main line; 1-Berklsy 5" heavy dury pump on P.T.O, cart, FUEL TANKS T-500 gaf. fuel tank. 300-bolcs of alfalfa hay. of wheat MACHINERY Desre Wo. 66 4 row beet drill (can bt extend- ed lo 6 ditcher on rubber; Deere 12 ft. cullfvafor; Deere 10 ft, double disc; sections of harrow draw bcr; hopper for Robeco loader; 3-seclfons of beet land packers; 1-10 fl. rod weeder; 1-weed sprayer ft. booms; 1-Malco pop-up bale leader; Holland Model 56R side delivery I front end foader horje dump rake; 1-Graham )0 fl. chisel plow; l-Mossey Harris 10 fl. hi wheel drill- bale loader; groin auger motor; lired 4 wheel wagon; 1 Harris hammerrnilf; tired horss mower; rubber fifed manure spreader; ft. seclion of field pack- er; 1-I.H.C, steel wheel side delivery roke; 1-I.H.C. harvester; l-Allis Chalmers power mower; 2-Blockwefder beel thinnecs; 1-I.H.C. Model 46 P.f.O. bafer; irri- gation pump; furrow I.H.C. plow; land level- ler; If. x R" auger, HOU5EHOID dining arm chair and 4 leolher padded chairs (good 1 set; complete; stoves; I of kftchtn cupbcards; stands; Quanlfly of sealers; of dishes; And many more household articles 1oo numerous to mention. SHOP TOOLS AND MISC. ITEMS Quantity of flooring; umbrella; ff. x 2" garden pmej I camper for Vt Ion; water wood tank healer; healer (dieselh I -catlfa chute; fanning mflf; gas furnace; sawj 1--truck tnrp; barrow; brooder; T Briggs Stratlon gos molor; Quanlity of wrenches, seh, pliers, etc., ond many more shop tools loo numoicys to mention; mixer- fl. hammermill belt. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105. COAIDALE, ALTA. "Serving South by Word of Mouth" For further information Phone 345-3534 or thft Ownfir AUCTIONEERS: LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie, No, 010120 II-. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 ;