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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta PUBLIC NOTICES DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDERS Order No. 701/1401-CW Construction of One  6 - Two Bid-room Row Housing Unit Pelaan Indian Reserve, Blood/Pel-gin District, Tndtx No. Alberta 441 Sealed Tenders, marked as to content, addressed to Regional Engineer, Dept. ot Indian Affairs ft Northern Development, 27th Floor, CN Tower, Edmonton, Alberta, will be received up to: 3:00 P.W. (M.S.T.) June J, 1�70 Tender documents can be: Obtained by General Contractors only on deposit ot S15.00 In the form ot a CERTIFIED CHEQUE payable to THE RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA, from Regional Engineer. Dept. of Indian Affairs ft Northern Development, 27th Floor, CN Tower, Edmonton, Alberta District Supervisor, Blood/Pelgan District, 206 Federal Bldo.,. Lethbrldge, Alberta Examined, Edmonton Construction Assoc., 10415 Princess Elizabeth Ave., Edmonton Calgary Construction Assoc., 2540 5th Ave., N.W. Calgary Red Deer Construction Assoc., A.M.A. Bldg., 5913 - So Ave., Red Deer Medicine Hat Construction assoc., P.O. 470, Medicine Hat, Alta. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. L. R. Clark, . \ PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS Thf Barons school Board will accept tenders for the replacement of two school vans, one M passenger, one 54 passenger - to be taken In on trade, one Ifje Ford JO passenger van; one mi Chev. 54 passenger van. Write Sec.-Treas., Barons cons. S.D. No. t, Barons, Alta. Tenders will be received until May St, 1W0. MJ7 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of CLARENCE BETTS, lata of the village of Courts, in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 4th day of December, A.D. 1969. , TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the astete of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the 22nd day of June, 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. RICE PROWSE MocLEAN & BABKI, Cenadlan imperial Bank of Commerce Building, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Executrix. M4I Regional Engineer, Indian ft Eskimo Affairs. M62 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to II o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Monday, June 1, 1970, for the construction ot the following work: (1) Highway 2. N. of Oldman River to N. of Jet. Hwy. 3 Mile 103.38 to Mile 104.21 Highway 3. Jet. Hwy. 2 to E. of Fort Macleod Mile 0.00 to Mile 2.41 Grading, Stabllzed Grevel Base Course, Asphaltlc Concrete Pavement and Other Work Approximate Quantities, 131,000 Cubic Yards of Excavation, 72,000 Tons of Gravel, 92,000 Ton Miles Haul. 12) Project 43:160 Jet. Hwy. 2 to Tt watinaw Mile O.OO to Mile 1.75 Grading and Other Work Approximate Quantity, 84,000 Cubic Yards of Excavation Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Build' Ing, Edmonton, Alberta, the office of the District Engineer, 1707 - 6th Street N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the District Engineer, Administration Building, Lethbrldge, Alberta, and will be available only to individuals registered and operating In the Province ol Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating in and who have established a fixed place of business In the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars ($25.00) will be required for each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken. For Grading Contracts profiles will be supplied upon a further deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars ($25.00). Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% of Tender. Tenders will be opened In Public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. L. H. McMANUS, Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport Mil TENDER BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Seated Tenders marked "Contract Na. 5143" are invited but must be received t the office of the General Manager, Alberta Government Telephones, Box 2411, 10004  104 Avenue, 25th Floor, Edmonton, Alberta, not later than 2:0D p.m., M.S.T. Thursday, May 28, 1970, for: Estimate 950092, Medicine Hat, to supply and Install new cooling system In basement D.C. power room, cooling In teletype and lunch rooms, and 1m proved ventilation In boiler room. Completion date shall be August 14, 1970. Plans and Specifications may be obtained from the office of the Supervisor, Contract Administration, Purchasing Department, Alberta Government Telephones, Box 2411, 10025 - 106 Street, 12th Floor, Edmonton, Alberta and are available to General Contractors operating In the Province of Alberta on deposit of a Fifty Oollar ($50.00) Certified cheque, which will be refunded if plans and Specifications are returned to this office within fourteen (14) days after closing date of 'enders, otherwise the deposit shall be forlelt. Each tender must be accompanied by a Bid Bond In the value of 1C per cent of the tender. The successful bidder will be required to furnish a Performance Bond and a Labour and Material Payment Bond, each In the value of 50 per cent of the Contract. Plans and Specifications have be... placed In the Construction Associates at Edmonton, Calgary, Lethbrldge and Medicine Hat for the use of sub-contractors. All Inquiries regarding the work of this tender shall be directed to Engineering Supervisor of Building Construction, Phone 229-1346, Edmonton. The right Is reserved to retecf any or all bids. J. W. Dodds General Manager M4I INVITATION TO TENDER MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF PINCHER CREEK NO. 9 and MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF CARDSTON NO. 6 Sealed Tenders tor the Construction ot asphaltlc pavement tor the Municipal District of Plncher Creek No. 9 and the Municipal District ol Cardston No. 6, will be received until 2:00 p.m., M.S.T., Thursday, June 4, 1970, at the office of the Consulting Enqineers in Calgary. The following are the approximate quantities Involved. PROJECT A M.D. of Cardston No. 6 1. 2" asphaltlc plant hot mix surface course 71,000 yds. PROJECT B M.D. of Plncher Creek No. 9 1. 2" asphaltlc plant hot mix surface course, base, sub-base and sub-grade preparation 71,000 yds. Bone-tide contractors may obtain plans and specifications from the office of the Consulting Engineers on deposit of $50.00 In the form of a certified cheque made payable to the engineers. The deposit will be refunded only If the plans and specifications are returned In good order prior to the closing of tenders or If a bona-fide lender Is received. Tenders must be accompanied by a separate written consent of surely and a certified cheque or bid bond In the amount of ten percent (10%) cf each tender for each protect tendered. The Owners reserve the right to waive Informalities In or reject any or all Tenders or to accept the Tender deemed most favorable for their pro-|ect. The successful contractor will be required to enter Into separate contracts with each municipality. D. G. MATHIEU CONSULTING ENGINEER LTD. (825 MACLEOD TRAIL SOUTH CALGARY 13 ALBERTA. MR. K. E. PHILLIPS Secretary-Treasurer M.D. of Plncher Creek No. t Plncher Creek Alberta. MR. R. LEGGE Secretary-Treasurer M.O. of Cardston No. 4 Cardston Alberta. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the matter of the Estate of JACK THICK MAH, lata of Taper, In the Province of Alberta, Retired, deceased, who died on or about the 3rd day of April, A.D., 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate ot the above named, must file with the undersigned Solicitors, by tht 30th day of June, A.D., 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. PRITCHARD, HIGA AND BORAS Barristers and Solicitors P.O. Box 127 Lethbrldge, Alberta. Solicitors for the Executrix GET WON MAH. Mo* PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In tht Estate of MARY LELEKACH, (to of the City of Lethbrldge, In the Province of Alberta, who died en tht 4th day of March, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of fha. above named must flit with the undersigned solicitors by tht 22nd day of June, 1970, a lull statement of their claims end of securities held by them. RICE PROWSE MocLEAN & BABKI, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Building, Lethbrldge, Alberta. Solicitors for tht Administrator. M47 RE: ZONING BY LAW NO! 2750 The following applications for devel opmtnt permits have been approved by the Municipal Planning Commission on May 13th, 1970. 11-241 Mr. s. Kaln-to establish  home occupation for a painting con' tractor at 1823 Lakepoint Road. 70-151 M. 0. Hillartfuy-to establish  home occupation for a janitorial service af 1407 4th Avenue North. 70-240 Mr. L. Polachlc-to establish a home occupation for a dry-wall con. tractor at 1032 19th Street South. Any person affected by the said decision may appeal such decision to the Development Appeal Board by delivering either personally or by Registered Mall, statement of the grounds of appeal to the Secretary of the Development Appeal Board to reach his office In the City Hall not later then May 27, 1971. T. KAN ASH IRO, Development Officer. EQUIPMENT TENDER NOTICE County of Lethbrldge No. 24 Invites tenders for the supply of the following equipment. 1. One Pneumatic Compactor - minimum 10 ton size - self propelled I. One Vibratory Compactor - minimum 60 Inch rolling width Specifications obtainable at County of Lethbrldge No. 26 Office - 214 - 13th Street South, Lethbrldge, Albert*. Tenders to be submitted to Secretary Treasurer no later than 5:00 p.m. o'clock June 8, 1970. Council reserves right to reject any or all tenders. W. R. Madlll, Secretary Treasurer 214  13th Street South, Lethbrldge, Alberta. M67 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the matter of the Estate of JOSEPH P. ROWLAND, late ot the City of Lethbrldge, in the Province of Alberto, Retired, whs died on the 8th day of April, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitor by the 16th day of June, A.D. 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. MARTIN HOYT, ESQ., 335 10th Street South, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Solicitor for the Administratrix, Beatrice Ethel Rowland. M71 NOTICE IN THE MATTER of the Companies Act being Chapter 5} of the Revised Statutes of Alberto and amendments thereto. TAKE NOTICE that MECHANICS SALES LTD. of Lethbrldge, Alberto, intends to apply to the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies of the Province of Alberta, pursuant to the provisions of the above noted Act, to change Its name from MECHANICS SALES LTD. to FOREIGN CAR (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. DATED at the City of Red Deer, In the Province of Alberta, this 28th day ol April, A.D. 1970. HERBERT FIELDING Barrister and Solicitor Solicitor for MECHANICS SALES LTD. M55 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF JOSEPH MOLNAR, also known as JOZSEF MOLNAR, late of the Town of Taber, In the Province of Alberta, who died on the 19th day of November, A.D. 1969. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned by the 15th day of June, 1970,  full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON & WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 201 Canada Trust Building Lethbrldge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executors M54 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the matter of the Estete ot ROBERT JOHN MacFARLANE, late of the City of Lethbrldge, In the Province of Alberta, Clerk, deceased, who oled on the 10th day of April, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate ol the above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the 15th day of June, A.D. 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. IVES AND OFFET P.O. Box 723, 234-7th Street South, Lethbrldge, Alberta. Solicitors for the Executor. MM NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Eatate of MAY FRANCES SCHLAGEL, late of Etilkom, In the Province of Alberta, who died on the 13th day of March, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all parsons having claims upon the Estate o' the above named must file with the undersigned by the 15th day ot June, 1970, a full statement of their claims end of securities held bv them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON 8. WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 201 Canada Trust Building Lethbrldge, Alberta. Solicitors tor the Executor. M30 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of PAUL VAN DEN BERG, lata ol Abbotsford, In the Province of British Columbia, who died on the 19th day of January, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate ot the above named must file with the undersigned by the 15th day of June, 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON & WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 201 Canada Trust Building Lethbrldge, Alberta. Solicitors for the Executors. M2t M49 Itrtvrtfay, May 16, 1970 - THI IITHBRIDOI HERALD - Student Protests In U.S. Continue BIRTH WEATHERBURN - Lance and Karen (nee McCagherty) are happy to announce the arrival of a son, Darren Todd, 8 lbs. 7 oz. on April 29, 1970, at Edmonton, Alta. Grandparents are, Rev. and Mrs. Douglas Weatherburn, of Edmonton and Mr. and Mrs. V. A. McCagherty cf Lethbridge, Alta. 1703 Trudeau Sees Trade Changes BRISBANE (Reuters) - With Britain entering the Common Market, both Canada and Australia will have to make trade adjustments, Prime Minister Trudeau said on arrival from New Zealand Friday to begin a six-day visit to Australia. But he said at an airport news conference that he does not. know if there is an economic basis at this stage for a Pacific trade agreement. Trudeau said there has been some talk in Canada of an Atlantic Common Market, but he feels this is a long way off. At the news conference, Trudeau said that during his visit he will talk about economic development. "We have three oceans to Canada ar.d the Pacific is as important as the other two." he said. PROBLEM IS GENERAL . Commenting on foreign invest* ments in Canada, he said he found the problem is general in most industrial nations of the world. But because Canada is so close to the United States, perhaps it was subject to heavier investment of U.S. capital. He said nations have to find their own balance between importing capital and technology and finding a better standard of living, and the desire to control their own economic growth. Trudeau said he does not want to discourage the inflow of U.S. capital into Canada but he will ensure that the inflow is for the good of Canada and not foreign shareholders. DEATHS BALAZS - Passed away in the city on Friday, May IS, 1970, Nick, aged 67 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Lydia Balazs of 409 12th St. "A" South. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C8141 BLACK HORSE-Tom, passed away in Cardston on Saturday, May 16th, 1970 at the age of 65 years, beloved wife of Mrs. Betsy Black Horse of he Blood Reserve. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C8142 f MORI -Matsu, beloved wife of Seiji Mori, passed away in Kyosaki, Japan on May 1, 1970, at the age of 67. She is survived by her husband Seiji Mori, Raymond; son Kiyoshi Mori, Lethbridge; daughters Eiko Kitazaki, Toronto and Reiko Oishi, Calgary; five granddaughters. Memorial service will be held in the Raymond Buddhist Church on Saturday, May 16 at 7 p.m., Rev. L. Kawamura officiating. 1602 FUNERAL JONES - Funeral service for Thomas Oswald Jones, beloved husband of Mrs. Ethel. Mary Jones of 954 10th St. S. who died in the city Wednesday, May 12, 1970, after a long illness at the age of 80 years, was held at 2 p.m. Friday in Martin Bros. Chapel with Rev. J. G. HeaH officiating. Pall-bearers were Joseph Short-house, Mike Djordjevic, Fred Smeed, James Webster, Jack Lakie and Bert Niven. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery, Martin Bros. Ltd. Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS THE MILK RIVER LDS RELIEF SOCIETY - Would like to sincerely thank all who in any way helped and supported their Spring Bazaar and Bake Sale on May 7th, 1970. 1712 Ford Drops Russian Proposal DETROIT (AP) - Henry Ford II told a meeting of Ford stockholders here that he has notified the Soviet government it "is not feasible for us to give further consideration" to a Soviet proposal that Ford build a truck plant in Russia. Ford, who recently returned from a nine-day visit to the Soviet Union, said the United States "was advised in advance of our visit and did not discourage us." The chairman of the Ford Motor Co. had reacted strongly last week to what he considered criticism of the proposed Sov-viet-Ford truck venture by Defence Secretary Melvin Laird. Laird said in an interview: "Some people believe the best way to succeed with the Soviet Union, for example, is to go to Russia and build trucks for them." The Soviet suggestion had been that Ford help it build a truck plant capable of turning out 150,000 vehicles a year. PLAN MINICAR Ford also said the firm will introduce two new cars this fall, a Ford Division minicar called Pinto and a Lincoln-Mercury compact called Comet. He said the Pinto will be "smaller than any domestic car now in production, or, so far as we know, planned for production." Of the general U.S economy, Ford said: "Inflation threatens to price American workers out of the world market and even out of an additional large segment of the domestic market. Consumer Message In Mails OTTAWA (CP) - Support "a common-sense approach to pay increases," the federal anti-inflation body says in a message that could be delayed by a national strike by postal workers seeking higher wages. The prices and incomes commission has prepared a flyer for mailing to Canadians, urging them to fight inflation and save jobs. "For several years the price of almost everything has kept going up," the flyer says. "That's inflation and it's not a fair or sensible way to run our affairs. If we are to control it and save jobs your help is needed." The commission suggests each Canadian be a "tough customer" when shopping. "When you notice a price increase, ask for an explanation. If you're not satisfied, write to us. You can also help by supporting a common-sense approach to pay increases. It's not realistic to expect price in creases to become much smaller unless wage and salary costs rise less rapidly." The commission address Box A, Ottawa 2. is Air Piracy Problems Discussed OTTAWA (CP) - Israeli For-eign Minister Abba Eban and External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp met for 90 min utes today and discussed problems of aircraft piracy, Canadian-Israeli economic relations and the Middle East situation. Views were exchanged on means to prevent seizures of aircraft and to punish those responsible, an external affairs department spokesman said. The discussion included ways of putting international pressure on countries harboring aircraft saboteurs. Several hijacking and sabotage attempts have been made on Israeli commercial airliners in recent months. Preliminary talks also took place today on a commercial air agreement between Israel and Canada. CP Air and the Israeli El Al airlines are reported to be negotiating an agreement for service between the two countries. Canada also expressed the hope that any trading agreement between Israel and the European Economic Community would not discriminate against Canada. Israel has been negotiating a possible preferential, trading arrangement with the European market. Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Saigon-Maj.-Gen. John A. B Dillard, 50, commander of the U.S. Army Engineers in Vietnam; when the helicopter in which he was flying was shot down L-y Viet Cong gunners. Brampton, Ont.-Major Alexander (Lex) MacKenzie, 84, who retired two years ago after 22 years as a Conservative member of the Ontario legislature in the old North York riding. Montreal-Mrs. Sam Relt-man, a governor of the Jewish General Hospital, a member of the National Council of Jewish Women and wife of the chairman of Reitman's Canada Ltd. Stockholm-Nelly Sachs, 78, of Germany, joint winner of the 1966 Nobel Prize for literature; she had lived in Sweden since 1940. Montreal - Gerard Champagne, 45, a 25-year newspaper man with La Presse and sports editor from 1961 to 1969. PAYS TO INFORM WASHINGTON (AP) -The U.S. government says it may, in some cases, pay an informer more than $50,000 in its drive to crack illegal drug supply conspiracies. John Ingersoll told of the high price of information to a House of Representatives appropriations subcommittee considering a $439,000 "informers fund" request for his bureau of iiarcotics and dangerous drugs. McCULLOCH - I wish to thank the doctors and nurses of St. Michael's Hospital and the many friends who sent flowers, cards, baking, or helped in any way during mother's illness and death. Your thoughtfulness was most appreciated. Helen Harris. 1733 HOLLIHAN - We wish to extend our sincere thanks to our relatives, neighbors and friends for the many cards, flowers, personal calls and acta of kindness extended to us in the loss of our mother and brother Your kindness win always be remembered. Ray, Maxine, Danny, Rod dy and Darran. 1704 WARBURTON - I would like to express my sincere thanks to the doctors, nurses, staff and fellow bed companions ot the Raymond Hospital, for all their acts of kindness to me during my several weeks stay with you; to all my relatives and friends for cards and letters of encouragement, flowers, gifts etc.; all who visited me both in the hospital and at home, special thanks to the older folks who thought of me by card or phoned, Enes Millhaem and Birthday Club, my friend Mil ton, Mary Morton, my Bowling Team, Bishop Hamling and Mary, my husband Freddie and our families - Connie and Bill Pennie and Bruce, Dounne and Jan plus four Darlene, Tom Jeff and Sheila. It's through people like you who set the example of peace and love. Again I thank you. -Leah Warburton. 1641 Students Face Stiffer Liquor Charge Fine EDMONTON (CP) - Magistrate C. H. Rolf says any high school student who pleads guilty before him to a liquor charge which originated at a school dance will pay a $50 fine. He issued the warning yesterday to drinking high school students and levied a $35 fine against an Edmonton youth on a charge of illegal possession of alcohol. Court was told the youth was found with a bottle of beer behind a high school in which a dance was being held. Regina Riot Charges Laid REGINA (CP) - Police said three women will face charges following a Thursday night clash between anti-war demonstrators and an audience at a concert by the United States Army field chorus and soldiers' band. Police Chief Arthur Cookson said in an interview the women were arrested after the disruption of the concert at a city high school auditorium. They were released and are to appear later on charges of creating a disturbance. Irish PM Wins Confidence Vote DUBLIN (AP) - Prime Minister Jack Lynch has won a vote of confidence-and a breathing spell-in the wake of an arms-smuggling scandal that has rocked the Republic of Ireland. After a two-day debate, the Dail (Parliament) gave Lynch's Fianna Fail government a 72-to-62 vote of confidence. Lynch sacked two of his cabinet ministers last week, charging them with involvement in a plot to smuggle arms to rebellious Roman Catholics in British-ruled Northern Ireland. Lynch denied Opposition charges that he had tried to suppress details of the scandal. IN MEMORIAMS HARBERS - In loving memory of a dear friend, Peter Har-bers, who passed away May 15, 1964. Treasure him, Lord, in your garden of rest, For when on earth he was one of the best. -Ever remembered by Bill Marie, Corny and Sharon 1733A TUCKWELL - In loving me mory of a dear husband, Lloyd George Tuckwell, who passed away May 17, 1957. Memory lane is a lovely lane Where thoughts are tender and true, Again and again, I travel that lane, Because it leads to you. To me you were someone pre cious, Someone set apart, Your memory is my keepsake From which I will never part -Ever remembered by his wife Kay. 1711 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The shooting deaths of two young Negro students on the Jackson State College campus in Mississippi have provoked new protests on some campuses across the United States. About 20 educational institutions were officially closed and student strike information centre at Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass., reported student strikes at 282 of the country's 1,500 colleges and universities. The student strikes and demonstrations began nearly two weeks ago to protest Fresident Nixon's decision to send American combat troops into Cam bodia. Later, the demonstrations expanded to include protests against the killing of four white Kent State Unversity students during a confrontation with Ohio National Guard troops, the slayings of six Negroes in Augusta, Ga., and the shooting deaths of the two Negro students at Jackson State. Many students have begun turning away from the demonstrations and seeking ways of influencing Americans outside the academic community. Two students at the 13,000-stu-dent Virginia Commonwealth University announced the formation of a group to turn student energies from protests to political action. . SEND LETTERS TO NIXON Students at the University of Southern California, which has 17,500 students, sent letters bearing 50,000 signatures to the White House protesting the war. Seven students at the 32,000-student University of Illinois or. ganized "liberation classes" to teach adults "what actually occurred during a campus strike." At Yale University in New Haven, Conn., strike leaders from 200 schools continued efforts to plan political activity during the summer. In New York City, several hundred students joined with an equal number of union members to plan a general labor strike to oppose the war. The group, called the City-Wide Work Stoppage Committee, has not an nounced a date for a strike but says it will demonstrate at city hall May 21. Reacting to the Jackson state killings, about 250 MUlsaps Col lege students, led by Negro Mayor Charles Evers of Fayette, Miss., marched from their 900-student campus to the governor's mansion in Jackson to protest the shootings. Attorney-General John M. Mitchell sent federal agents to Jackson to investigate the shootings that left nine wounded in addition to the two killed when police fired at demonstrators in front of a women's dormitory. At Kent State, police said a search of the 3,316 dormitory rooms on campus turned up a 20-gauge single-shot shotgun and a damaged weapon described as a ,25-calibre pistol. Also found were scores of knives, five air pistols, four slingshots and 10 blank-firing starter's pistols, they said. President James M. Hester of New York Unversity urged establishment of a federal commission on campus violence to look into both the Kent State and the Jackson State incidents. President Nixon's war policy received new verbal support in New York City when some 5,000 construction workers, longshoremen and white collar worker* held another pro-administration demonstration. The construction unions called for a demonstration Wednesday at New York City Hall to back Nixon. Pontiff 'Amazed' At Censure VATICAN CITY (AP) - Pope Paul lashed out here at Belgium's Leo Cardinal Suenens and others who have accused him of running the Roman Catholic Church in an authoritarian manner. The 72-year-old pontiff said he received the criticism with "sorrowful amazement." Cardinal Suenens, considered the church's leading liberal cardinal, assailed Pope Paul's refusal to discuss the priestly celibacy question. In an interview with the Paris newspaper Le Monde May 12, he suggested that this papal stand ignored the principles of collective decision-making laid down by the 1962-65 Vatican ecumenical council. "We take great account of the council as a precious gift of the Holy Spirit," Pope Paul retorted in a speech to the central committee of the world bishops' synod. Without mentioning Cardinal Suenens by name, the Pope said: "Contrary to what has been said in these days, to our sorrowful amazement, we try to be respectful toward the collegiahty (sharing of authority) of the bishops.'' The Pope said the Belgian prelate's remarks "do not seem to conform to the brotherly style urged by collegiahty itself nor to the nature or the gravity of the problems which ... are being studied by responsible and competent authorities." Canada, U.S. Tax War Seen By Tory MP TORONTO (CP) - A tax war between Canada and the United States will develop if Finance Minister Edgar Benson's white paper on taxation is adopted, says Marcel Lambert, Conservative Member of Parliament for Edmonton West. Mr. Lambert, chief opposition financial critic, said yesterday parts of the white paper will endanger tax treaties Canada shares with the United States and Sweden. He said this would result In an economic north-south conflict between the U.S. and Canada. * There would be absolute tax chaos. . . . This would be declaring war on the U.S. from an economic standpoint. "The U.S. and Sweden have said they will not go along with it," he told a panel discussion sponsored by the Etobicoke Progressive Conservative Association. Medical World Shocked LONDON (Reuters) - A furious row raged in the British medical world today over allegations by a leading Roman Catholic layman that an abortion clinic had sold live unborn children for medical experiments. While the ministry of health started investigating the charges, made by Conservative MP Norman St. John-Stevas, doctors debated whether the controversy could be a hoax. SI John-Stevas, a leader in an unsuccessful fight to prevent Britain from liberalizing its abortion laws two years ago, was convinced that live unborn foetuses had been sold to a doc* tor for experiments. He quoted his informant,  medical worker who he refused to name, as saying the doctor planned to keep the foetuses in a state of suspended animina-tion until they were 40 weeks old. St. John-Stevas said Social Services Minister Richard Crossman had stopped the practice after being supplied with information about it. The MP added that the practice was 'the most horrible that has ever taken place in Britain. He called for a joint parliamentary inquiry into the Abortion Act, which critics have described as making Britain the abortion capital of Europe. Doctors reacted skeptically to St. John-Stevas's claim that the foetuses-taken from women between four and seven months pregant-could be kept alive outside the womb. Dr. Malcolm Potts, medical director of the International Planned Parenthood Association, said: 'To keep a foetus in suspended animation outside the womb until it reaches maturity is not possible." New Chancellor Of University EDMONTON (CP) - Lawyer Louis Desrochers Friday was elected chancellor of the University of Alberta, succeeding Dr. F. P. Galbraith. Mr. Desrochers, 42, was elected for a four-year term by the university's senate. In previous years the alumni chose the chancellor. He has been a member of the university board of governors since 1964 and its vice-chairman since 1966. Dr. Galbraith will retire June 30 at the end of his six-year term. SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY CALGARY, ALBERTA Librarian (Audio Visual) This position will be of Interest to library Science graduates who would particularly enjoy the challenge of planning and organize a new section within our Technical library. Reporting directly to the Head Librarian/ the successful candidate will maintain liaison with the Audio Visual production department, maintain close co-operation with library cataloguing and advise on the acquisition of audio visual materials. Previous experience with Audio Visual material and equipment is nor essential. Salary range to $9,852; experience will determine starting salary. Competition No. 0659-C-2. Closing date May 30, 1970. Enquiries, correspondence and applications foi GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA, Personnel Administration Office, Room 1101, J. J. Bewlen Building, 620 - 7th Avenue S.W., CALGARY 2, Alberta ;