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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, Mcy 23, 197? Fuse continues to burn toward Quebec powderkeg Tiv I'M I. .MCKSOV Ilrnilil Ollinia HuriMll .MONTKKAI, IJucbecCTS have n li'raleni'y to sinus llicir i shnukli'rs uht'ii n o s I i u n a cl aljoul Hit- w.-u-i's of riolnUT iiiul disruptions which have swept this city Mill [lie rest of the province during the ciirrenl common-front labor dispute. i Tliey think nlhcr Canadians lack undcrslandinK or the true situation and hence, (hnt are apt to become overly alarmed flllODf it. "We've been near the brink so many times." they say, ''and always everything returns lo normal. We take things like this In nur stride." But somehow, to a Western Canadian in particular, this j jaunty nonchalance seems just a bit Ion If it isn't, (he siliialion In Ibal provinra becomes even more alarinini'.. It e c e n t dislurbances have surely shown thai the fuse lead- ing lo the powder keg yet is rcsolulely burning iilonM ils Hiiy. Xo om is nmeii about eslinuui'.liiiiR il. Western Canadians have often been accused of unjustly refer- ring to Quebec as the "spoiled c h i 1 d" of Conferieraliou, of IhrowinR a temper lanlrum every time it doesn't Ret what it wauls and wanting cvcrylhinR it sees. Kvcnls of the past lew weeks tend to substantiate Uu's imace. THEN IT UEGAN A week aco last Tuesday all Quebec exploded followinR the jailing of Ihree dissident labor leaders: Marcel Pepin. presi- dent of the Confederation of Na- tional Trade Unions; Louis La- OFFiCE FURNITURE LETHBRIDGE POST OFFICE BOX 938 IETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA towel tcvel Seventh Shopping Mall PHONE (403) 328-7411 PRESIDENT STAN WORBOYS berge, president of Inn (Jueboc I Federal ion of Labor; and Yvon niarbonne.iu. (Jut-bee Teachers Corp. president. The trio have been given one- year prison seniences for urninK .some public pcnico workers In ignore court injunc lions forcing Ihem back to work from an 11 day-old slnke in j April. Rather than appeal Ihe sen- tences immediately and stay out in the world working away bus- ily at their jobs, they decided to become even .separatist I leader Rene Lcvesque termed "unnecessary martyrs" and opted lor jail. They walked into the pates of Orsamville prison as about ol their sup- porters cheered them on. Then, the reaction began. In- terim leaders of the union com- mon front urged massive walk- outs by all Quebec workers. They got them, but not to the degree expected. They also got a large number of violent inci- dents, and did nothing to dis- courage them. In the boom town '.'I Sept lies, renegade workei s actually look over com- plete control of the community. Throughout the province, union agitators swarmed into a nttm- naturally. lie was praised by many lor his lack of action. However, he did say his gov- ernment would not capitulate and grant an amnesty to Ihe ber ot radio stations, put them three union chiefs, later lol- Squeaky Chair? We Repair! Lethbridge Office Furniture Limifed under their control, ami used them lo spread the revolution- ary niL'ssage. Thruats of viol- ence forced six Montreal news- papers not In publish for one clay, hospitals, schools find dtlier fncilitics were closed or L.'iUen over by workers. In Montreal, roaming union "goon squads" loured the city persuading unwilling workers on construction sites and in oilier work places such -is liquor stores, lo close down operations and join I he protests. Private Harbafic trucks ware nan-assert by goon squads, their contents tipped on the streets and set lowed in prison by 33 more union officials who had decided to drop their appeals and join their comrades in Ihe cells The original trio remained steadfast on their vow that the government would have to find a way of releasing them if it wanted to try and negotiate a settlement lo the dispute. Fi- nally, it did. They will be al- lowed out of jail on parole. To most llonlrealers, it ob- viously appeared as if the un- ions bad won. Bui rather tlian look aghast at the events which led to the provincial govern- menl's scmi-capitulaton, many ablaze. Innocent people, ono a sympathized with the trio. woman trying lo get into the Thc that ,.Quehcc emergency ward of a city hospi- tal, were attacked by agitators and kicked to the ground. Molo- tov cocktails were thrown. finding itself" and that only people who do not understand Ihn province, its history and twin cultures get unduly Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULT1FOCAL LENS i (MULTILUX) OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO I J04 'Mi s< V l.-llihr.dqp J Meanwhile, the average Mont- alarmed is everywhere an ex- though an opinion poll CUSE for what is happening. showed widespread opposition Somc ,e tlo complain lhat to union lactics-barely stifled a a. yawn. No one appeared outra- j pre ,ools about the to form a .'vaTam govern- ment" in Quebec and that a vig- orous but determined left-wing minority is taking advantage oi gcously concerned breakdown in law and order. The piMvincial Liberal gov- ernment of Quebec Premier Robert Bourassa, rather than hotheaded and naive toughs who moving swiftly into action, ap- j now under the pearcd to sit back and lei gujsc 0[ "political action." evcnls lake their course, wail- And Iliesc people are afraid ing lor the turmoil to die down I for the future of Quebec. Unfor- .nnalely they aren'l vc-ry vocal about it, at least nol outside .heir own living rooms. Much more prevalent Is the "lack of understanding" atti- tude, backed up by a rather slrange pride in offshoots of the various crises. NO SYMPATHY Take the public service strike ol April, Photographs appeared in almost every Canadian paper showing n deplorable stale in which Ihe strike had left seri- ously ill hospital patients. There appeared lo be no sympathy to- wards their plight from the union workers. Certainly a case [or hard criticism, you'd think. Not so. One prominent mem- ber of the Montreal communily suggested that the news media had blown certain incidents way out of proportion. What he thought should have been given equal play was the fact that large numbers of the citizens did volunteer to work in the hos- pitals in their free lime in an attempt to ease the pain and stress. Laudable, undoubledly. But was the criticism of the real culprits, the unions? Nowhere. Montrealcrs object to outsid- ers being parachuted into Ibcir province to take a look at (he situation. But lo many Western Canadians especially, a look would surely convince them that the persons with the objective i eyes and who see the true pic-' lure are those on the outside looking in. Btfort you buv. get Iht Hre'i brift eipliiriaiiDn n! the litrw'i and balk tin ronil tin ennilniclion hu 1_ 4 or more ffvtrlapoing librtr Dfcl thai nfll under Ihe Irnd ind around Ih, ue it n angle Ircm ISe cemri Ira. The librit pTrej tan be riron. nylon or poryeiter, but It] lour pfai ire nide nl Ihr igru trine. Fabrrc typii jn nmr niiid r bin BftLE PHICES-WHtTmAU aving nn our best biaj ply tinlTh! Atlas MK. I tejtursi pnrytjler consuucrron (or salt unocrh ride; modern, wider tread far good Irao- lion and liability: best mileage within pur bias lire line. II you dl i moderate amount ol city highway driving and you prefer I comlonib'e riding liri. is hr let. WH1TEWALL DPD PLYMOUTH WAGONS BUICK OLDS MEHCUFY 4-PLY POLYESTER rtrtrxrih. control ind road hjndlmq. Bui coralruction ten ilnorfa marl ihoclo, ind i nrft quirt ride. Compared runkm cs-trwilporial bin lil U 'tqurmmg" imdn Ihj m her buikf-Bp rod un BELTED How it's made: Ai nhh comoiiarjl bin tint. onrliopng lab re plus nra tmdir (read al an mglc. Bui Ihm ric twflyptti an ihtn tnn- lomd TWO iMeicr labnt or rtnl btHi ihai aha tun irDuni wdrrthtuiii In Witd CDO- tlrection, Ijbric botfy plin Eir, bt iryton or pohfnler. iht un bi mo itnL How it 1 ind ilihtliiy. ind irtid wrir For more information on tires, ask your F.SSO dealer (or tfto Tire Buyers' Guide. It's crammed full of the facts you need to know. ATLAS FROIW ATLA9 MK. II SALE PHICES-BLACKWALL II NYLON BELTED Gel jfl ihe benefits ol lough, belled comlruclion and save, with our popular priced belled lire now i wide Ircad combined wilh bells for good traction and handling, increased mileage and improved hazard protection. If you're looking lor an all purposi city ind highway tire, and you MODELS OF... COMET MAVFRIOt HORNET CMFVfUE TOFIiriO HEBE1. BUICK OLDS. MEiicunr 36' 39' 22' 28" 33" 36" the Alias MK. ll-righi now. ATLAS FROM Here U rs-s laugh, long running glass belted nre ai an ouisiandmg pncc! We're dealing out Ihese Alias MK. Ill's and that mrain you can save as much as HO per tire. This great cny and hirjhway lift rlelrvTjis Etcsllfnt iraclmn. and siatiilily. plus Krrjh prnlfclion. II Ihe Albs MK, BELTED OEtiei gci yours-laiil rilt. TOFISO IfORUWT Ib i riTunuiH KS_ 31" 36' ATLAS FROM MKJV BELTED-' WIDE 70 PROFILE The best of thr belitrts nnw on sale! WP don'l call ihu ihe High Peilnrmaice MK. IV (or nmhmij- K deliver; jusi abnul nil you'd ever ottd-or wanl m miltage. perform- ance and handling II you like to put your car through in paces. ihis n one lire lhal II hit And now you ran it far Itsi-sato IAVFLIN, DA FIT WVVIRICK VAllrtNT DUSTER wtnc'r MONTt C 39' 41' OUTSTANDING VALUES IN ECONOMY TIRES, TOO. ATLAS STANDARD 4 PLY NYLON ATLAS GRIP SAFE 4-PLY NYLON GUARANTEE f.x ti ti Oil nii t fun we" rnntnn CREDIT Put your purchisn on VmirF-JsnCrcflilCnrd. Thon Ihr pny- nirnl [il.in Mills yo GREAT ATLAS TIRE SALE You'll have to go alonn way to beat it. Canada urged to exhibit its wares OTTAWA rCP) Canada has been inviled to organize an exhibition in Moscow during 1973-74 to display Canadian in- j dustrial achievements and po- tential trade opportunities. The invitation was made at a meeting here of the joint Canadian-Soviet commission on industrial applications of science and technology. In a news release, the com- j mission said Canadian-Soviet trade does not reflect its full potential. The commission has estab- lished two working agriculture, agricultural ma- chinery and processing equip- ment group, and a rail and air transport w i 111 meet before 197.1 j A protocol signed here by Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin and L. N. Efremov, first dep- uty chairman of the Soviet committee on science and tech- nology, said further Canada- Soviet trade development de- pends on expanding sales of machinery end equipment be- tween the two countries. The commission said new areas for co-operation include p re-fabricated buildings, air- craft, hydroelectric equipment and high-village transmission design. The commission said Soviet Industrail and foreign trade ministires would meet repre- sentatives of Canadian in- dustrail firms and associations in Moscow in conjunction with the commission's next session in 1973. Suit settled out of court HOUSTON f AP) A alicnalion of affection suit against singcr-aclress Lira' Minnelli has been sclllcd oul j of court. j Miss Minnelli was accused oi enticing Ihe crl Kins of a band drummer and breaking up his marriage. i Lawyers for Miss Minnrlli, Ucx KulbcUi and plain! iff Mar- garet Louise Kiilbclh asked .Judge John Singleton of Mic U.S. district court Lo dismiss the siiil. No details of the scLLIe- ment were announced. Mrs. Ktilbclh rharprrl in Hie suit that Miss Minnelli entered into a contract wilh a musical group. The Bojangles, o[ wliirh was a member, as a means of secnrin-; company. Th'j suit staled tbnl. Miss Min- nelli "by the use of her great power, wealth and influence Rained the affeclions of Red Kiilhclh nnd persuaded ami en- liced him to abandon Ihe soc- iety of his wife and SIHEVKY MEDICINIO HAT (CP) A survey has found Iliat of the 701 students who left the Mi-tl- icine Hat public school system in 1H71, 22fl continued llicir ed- ncalinn, to .Vi RO! married, ;m were uni'in- ployod and XO could nol be ac counled for. school hoard tlidn't. say what happened lo l.ho other ftndents. ITV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "The Yellow p.m., Cli. 7. Two partners quarrel over n cold mine and a girl. CHIME DRAMA: Cade's Comity, p.m., Cli. 13. Cade's old pal has murder rather than friendship in mind [or the sheriff. MOVIE DRAMA: "Tile p.m., Cli. 11.. An unusual love story featuring Jackie Cooper as a space- agcney official trying to conceal an astronaut's death on Mars. PROFILE: Telescope, p.m., LIi. 7. Genclic engi- neering and its implcations are discussed by David Suzuki iu this repeat show. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Cli. 13. Lowell Thomas and Alex Haley are the guests. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Mary Tjlur Moore, Marcus Wei-.. by, Carol Burnett, The Persuaders. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: 1 p.m., Cli. 7. A rene- gade murderer is using a savage tribe to terrorize Hie jungle. WILDLIFE: One Norllicrn Summer, p.m., Cli. 7. A visit lo the Walrus Islands off the Alaskan coast, home for thousands of walruses and sea lions. ANGLO'S Progranu Cr< lilted by (hi radio and HoHoni. Any variation Ih program ichedulo li du. to lait- mlnute channel by the ttatloni and li not reipon- liblllly of the Herald or Anglo Diltrlbulon Siena and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon wilh Contemporary Sports Morlcy McGill with Contemporary News TUESDAY NIGHT King 7.00 Jack NeVi'feld TUESDAY NIGHT 6-00 World ol jlx 6.35 JDhrs Walker John Charles Doug AnOErson WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot Ncwfeld WEDNESDAY Bury! Clark CJQC i News, Wealher and Sports Pfwne Bill Show Wayne Garry Prote 1210 Noon Farm News, Wealher end Sports Dave King Ncwj nnd Grain Prices Jack Tliyt Parly Lint John walker World el Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU EAT. Don MacMasier Concerls (Bob Consic) Don Mar.iViaslcr f, CO Don Q.rn. CBR Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT It Happens Tuesday Night News, Sporls, wihr 10.10 From Ihe Cspilals Five Nights a Week Eye Opent Point Counter- World al point Eye Openc ctcc Ncv.-t Thh Country Ruperl'i Lund Reck Natisns Provincial Affairs Radio Noon Schools Max Ferguson Home Run World at Six Slide WEDNESDAY CLCC Broadcasts over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday ihru Friday Doug Gosscn Dave Oberg 7-00 John Malafccfl ,_-- Duane Meyeri Carol Searj ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE! COLO IS The World's Best Color TV "Nobody Makes Color Like Sony" See the compTefe Sony line ot ANGLQ DISTRIBUTORS Slelco and Cent el 419 5th Sf. S. Phone 323-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} TUESDAY NIGHT 7 12 CO Oi 5.00 Truln or Conse- Wmlling ,.fll 5.30 C Make a Deal WEDNESDAY Nuws antl Cily Movie: Yellow Tod.iy Mounlain Romper Room FAtiry Ty'cr Mr. DrCiiuo Carol BurneC Western Sc.hrr.l3 Tclricopc 10-30 Friendly Giar.i 10.Cn Tuesday Night Chci Helene News (c) IK-DO Spsarue street On T.ikc- 3 a (C) Navy CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Family Affair Doris Day News (rt Cade's County Eddie's KUner Wclby 9 GO Dr In Ihn Inn Tyson The Performori Nrws Nt .-.1 Directions David Frost B-75 Thr.uciht fcr Day University of Air Mnle ,-pnipnnirn Prcqram Hi LlqiiM VViini's lnc Gocd Fashions In Sowing v.'i.id 9.15 Pflrlnn-; Fr.incnis t Anyihlng You Can Yoga (r) Do In J Si Nc.'lli M.ipl ir.! f r (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT rivf-0 Cnnccn I ration ftniili 9-01) Sfllc n( I ho fr-nlury l-.1r- rdni Hollywood Jnonardy (ct Myle Who, What, Where f .imi fiflme 1-nri News Ani.il I Is n Mflny 1n n Splrnrkrcd Thing rf) T GunsmcVo MyslDry Nnws 10.30 Show WEDNESDAY Our WorlrJ Salute Aqrlculluro "-11 Wcrltl il'rn% Tod.iy Slio.v 17'f.O Nnv.s (c) B-00 Today In Monlann IJ'30 Dociors ic) Cnrol H.Tnrlt KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel S (Cablovision Cli, 11) lyA-id G.ntiB TUESDAY NIGHT 6'00 New; (ct Wrx) Squad Movie Ihn Mr lludilWliiQ WEDNESDAY 1 f-nrm dipt. 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