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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE lETHBRIDGC HERALD Thursday, May 7, 1970 Indian Lawyer Won't Push Ottawa's White Paper Policy a. CALGARY (CP) Lawyer William WutUmee of Calgary announced Wednesday that he "will no longer push Hie white paper" on Indian affairs. A leading proponent of the Jederal government's position for four months. Mr. WutUmee said he still feels it is a sound policy but that Indians "aren't readv" for it. Ex-MP Cleared Of Spy Charges LONDON (AP) A former member of Parliament was cleared Wednesday of eight charges of passing secret infor- mation to Communist agents. Frail, white-haired Will Owen, 69, had pleaded not guilty. The crown charged he was paid by Czechoslovak intellig- ence agents in tile last nine years for information he gained as a member of the defence es- timates committee of the House of Commons. Owen, who also ran' a travel agency specializing in trips to Eastern Europe, admitted he received money from Czechoslo- vak diplomats. But he denied he ever passed them any docu- ments or classified information. POPULATION FIGURE The population of the United States Virgin Islands is in ex- cess of 60.000. "I have taken this new stand to maintain peace and unity among the Indian people and toward white people. "A policy of confrontation generated by the white paper will only mean the develop- ment of racism and possible said Mr. Wuttunee, a Cree Indian. Indians would some day live under the conditions prescribed by the white paper. There was already a natural move by In- dians to move away fiom the reserve system. LACK SUPPOItT But the government could not implement the unpopular docu- ment now because of lack of support, not only from Indian people, but from personnel of the department of Indian af- fairs "who, quite naturally do not want to do themselves out of their jobs." The white paper called for the abolition of the department within five years. Mr'. Wuttunee announced his decision five days after band chiefs and councillors from 10 Indian reserves in the Battle- fords region of northwestern Saskatchewan voted to bar him from his home reserve in Sask- atchewan. "I have never wished harm to Indian people. I did not thoroughly understand their fears. This is understandable because I haven't lived on a reserve for 25 years. "The Indian people want to make their own decisions as to their own destiny and the fed- eral and provincial govern- ments must help them attain this end." NATIVE OPPOSITION Mr. Wuttunee said he be- lieves native opposition to the federal policy is so intense that attempts to promote it could arouse violence. "This is demonstrated by the fact that my own people and my own relatives were so stir- red up by my support of the white paper that they banned me from my reserve wilh im- plications of violence. "I do not believe in confront- ation or violence. I believe we can work on a parallel pro- gram." Although he would no longer push the white paper, Mr. Wut- tunee said he will not support the Indian Association of Al- berta in submitting a counter- policy red paper. Indian organizations in all provinces had to realize they could not exoect full support nor demand total resistance to federal policy. He said he will advise the federal government that the white paper can not be imple- mented at this time and that it "would be disastrous to con- tinue to try to put it into ef- fect." Mr. Wuttunee said the Cana- dian Native Council which he founded last month will con- tinue to exist as a forum for Indians and he now will work to "regenerate Indian spiritual values such as respect for fam- ily." OTICE! To All American Motors and Rambler Car Owners You Are Invited To Attend A FREE SERVICE SAFETY CLINIC Conducted by American Motors Factory Representatives 4 DAYS MONDAY, MAY 11th to THURSDAY, MAY 14th FREE INSPECTIONS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY! PLEASE CALL 327-2750 Now's the time to get your car set for a worry-free vacation! The American Motors factory repesentatives will be pleased to answer any questions you may have concerning your Rambler or American Motors car, it's operation and maintenance. Another service by your authorized American Motors Dealer in lethbridge UNITED MOTORS LTD. CORNER 3rd AVENUE, 3rd STREET SOUTH What's going on in that house on the hill? Our Pilsner label raises many exciting questions, and while VIP. can't answer all of them, we can tell you about lhat house on the hill. It's the Houso of Lolhbridgo whore we still brew Pilsner Beor slowly and naturally. Is tho good old-fashioned way still tho best way? No question about it! AFTER THE FAMOUS FORMULA OF THE HOUSE OF LETHBHIDGE WILLIAM WUTTUNEE Takes New Stand Mercy Mission SYDNEY, Australia (Reuters) trans-Pacific airliner on a flight from Vancouver, B.C., made a special landing in New Caledonia Wednesday to take aboard a baby boy and bring him to hospital here for an op- eration. Five-day-old Michael Johnston was brought to Sydney by a Qantas Airways jetliner di- verted to Noumea. Banf BANFF (CP) -The Banff Advisory Council has decided to ask the provincial government to send one or more social workers to the Banff area this summer to provide counselling and welfare services to needy young transients. Councillor Rev. Peter Mil-len said in an interview Wants I that the council will aks for assistance in a burgeoning transient problem which sees more than young Canadians and Americans in their late teens and early 20s visit Banff National Park every summer. Mr. Milieu said the only agency now handling young transients in Canada's oldest Wo] al park is the RCMP. In the last few years the Banff HCMP detachment had been approached by up to 150 young people a week seeking assistance. Some were in dire need but many of the others did not ask for financial or emotional help simply because they considered the police uniform a barrier to communication. Rev. Millen said that some transients in need of help, do not seek it while others in comparatively better shape try to solicit as much as they from Banff residents in the way of free services such as food and shelter. Full-lime professional social workers could easily screen oul the bums from the youngsters who really required assistance. DENTURE 324 5th SI. S. Ph. 338-7684 Above Capitol EDDY DIETRICH. C.D.M. Labor Party LONDON (AP) Prime Gains legislature. The Conservatives won only seven fresh seats. In England and Wales, Labor registered 40 gains. The regional voting does not affect Labor's position in Parliament. But, like recent favorable opinion poll results, the voting gives an indication of Labor's improved standing in the ister Wilson's Labor party registered sweeping advances in local election results announced today. In Scotland, the party regained control from the Conservatives of Glasgow, Britain's second city. Throughout Scotland, Labor won an extra 33 seats in OCCUPANCY FULLY EQUIPPED AND FURNISHED MODERN PANABODE SUMMER HOME IN WATERTON NATIONAL PARK Beautifully located, long lease, large natural lot. Flagstone patio. Priced for quick sale. No agents, Three bedroom (or two plus dining play loft for children and storage total 875 square feet. For details phone 327-2559, Lethbridge or write 203 Medical Dental Bldg., Wwkwd> Lloyd Percival and his incredible fitness institute. But his methods and electronic devices draw criticism too. And unless Percivd! can crack NHL coaching, he may never prove his point. Find out what goes on in his million training palace. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD EATO NTS rine and Camping Equipment Look to Summer... Look to Fun... Eaton Everyday Low Prices! Tornado Outfit For summer boating fun a dandy outfit including boat, motor and trailer. 14' boat, 49" beam, depth capacity load 1150 Ibs. 55 h.p. Chrysler electric start motor. 5 gallon gas can, Ib. trailer with all controls. Super deluxe outfit all set up and ready to go. .00 OUTFIT 2499 No Down Payment on Your Eaton Budget Charge Account Fibreglas Canoes Enjoy the outdoors! Lightweight mobility, easily stored. Red or green fibreglos. 14'- EACH 9.6 H.P. Motor Low profile model, light weight, 58 Ibs. only. Two-blade propeller and low level automatic rewind start- er. Complete with 5 gallon gas tank. Two-year warranty. EACH............ Aluminum Canoes kestl 15' size. Depih beam 37 Weight 60 Ibs. load capacity 400 fe. the pride of the outdoorsman. Viking Boat Trailer 600 Ib. boat trailer. Blue frame with light cream fenders. Equipped with lights. Winch and solid steel axle. "A" frame style for 4 gf IM boats to 14' long, EACH '.___ Fibreglas Boat 12' size, three-sealer, 15" beam, 18" depth. Tran- som width Capacity for 600 Ibs. D.O.T rating 9K h.p., front and rear floatation, oar locks. Just one of the many ways to enioy summer. SACH No Down Payment On Your Eaton Budget Charge Account Canvas Canoes 459.00 Polyurelhan outside finish. Canadian cedar plank- ing. No. 8 canvas cooper rails, two seals. Open gun- wales. All wood sanded and finished in clear poly- urethane. 14' size. jM AQ Red or green. EACH I 16' size, red or green. EACH..............169.9ft No Down Payment On Your Eaton Budget Charge Account No Down Payment On Your Eaton Budget Charge Account 2-Man Raft Inflatable 2-man rubberized raft. Approximate size Twin air compartments. Two plastic take down oars. Air pump. Yellow M ft AO colour. EACH 4-Man Size, Spare Wheel I0-400x invest 15'" Camper spare wheel. 480-400x8; 4- hole high speed tires. Small investment For traveller's confidence. EACH................ Skipper Runabout form hull. C depth 24 499 Aluminum runabout. Stretch form hull. Overall length Beam 57 inches, depth 24 inches. D.O.T. rating 25 h.p. Transom M A 4% Aft height Maximum load capa MMU city 790 Ibs. EACH No Down Payment On Your Eaton Budget Charge Account 69.95 SHARE ALL THE EXCITEMENT OF SUMMER IN SPORTING GOODS, LOWER FLOOR Buy line 328-8811 For Advertised Goods. Call 327-8551 for Store Information. Shop Eaton's tonight until 9 and Friday from 9 'Til 9. ;