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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IHHBRIDOE Tui-ldny. reie offer liretieu lo pit MONTREAL >.CP Pro.-o North America's Frencii-Ki; newsmen er i Indian1 suggested the meeting in an at- tempt to avoid a proposed clem- onstralion at the minhler's Ot- tawa resilience by I ho leaders of all provincial Indian associa- tions. The minister had "ffercd to meel with the ch.ef.s on neiural ground outside Alberta or to set j up a conference telephone con- versation with them the re- gional offices of his department in Edmonton, the scene of a five-day-old sit-in In about GO Indians. "I declined both offers be- cause he would not see first hand the conditions under which 1 Indian children are educated, Mr. Manuel said. i "I am laying the ground work for a demonstration and will a 11 e r n o o t) Quebec Presse, a Sumiay tab- on the (brotherhood's) ex- daily fur .-ale on Ihe slrei'is i loid financed by the CNTU. lenitive council Nov. 8 to deal Mr. Lord said the paper will j with tie issue, have an initial press nm of lOO.nW copies priced a: 10 cents a _ Striking working at la Presse. lie said, idle since "and will he- distributed by largest union members." nr'.v.spaper 'i'lie paper use the facili- n Wednes- (lf Journal Offset Ir.c., ihe weekly "Until then. I will exert every effort to avoid a demonstration Teachers sign 2-year contract LACOMBE (CP) A con- li ict Riving DM teachers in cen- tral Alberta a two-year con- tut t was sinned Monday night, Hiding the threat of a strike in the Battle Kivcr school area. The first year of the contract fives the teachers a (J.ll-per- cent increase and the second year acids an additional 5.7 per cent No basic salary figures were available. THAT TIME AGAIN A motorist on Portage Avenue in downtown Winnipeg goes lo work on his car windows after a storm dumped several inches of snow. ___ elations A decision to accept the con- Irael was made at 1 a.m. MST Monday after a meeting which lasted several hours. The meet- ing was held after teachers had said they would not report for work Monday at f.l .schools. This was the reaction lo trus- tees' saying at an earlier meet- ing Ihsy would not sign a con- tract immediately because it would be impossible, to get: all their representatives together. However, t h c last-minuta talks worked, the teachers did report for work Monday and about 19.000 were able to con- tinue classes. A strike would have affected schools in the counties of Red Deer, Lacombe, Wctaskiwin and Stettler as well as the school divisions of Camrose end Rocky Mountain House. Fringe benefits in the new agreement include a clause which gives teachers the right j to be consulted by school I hoards on matters affecting cd- i ucalion. All final policy deci- j sions, however, remain within Ihe boards' jurisdiction. Gandhi considers that American j played by successive Pakistan backing for Pakistan, in the administrations. name of political leverage, is delaying a political settlement of the East Bengal crisis. If it goes on unchanged she is convinced the steady drift __ ward r.nolher Pakistan-Indian uting to Pakistan's apparent un- will gather momentum. willingness, or unreadiness, to the crisis moving to- ward flashpoint, the continua- tion of U.S. support for Pakistan has become probably the most important single facior contrib- in the country- and save from American of Canada. Sec urity arrangements involv-1 He rr.ode. the suggestions in ing the protesters have been interview as part of a cam- tisbt from the beginning of the paign to restore the monarch's fit-in rnd special permission imir: he obtained (n get up to c.inda j the top floor of the 27-stcrey CM! fiuence tower where tiic Indians are jirv Aimers, 19, a political camped. j ;L-nce student at Sir George Williams University in Men- Ircal. wants Queen Elizabeth to! snioiim in Canada tw-o or three every two or three a result, he said, the would gel to mer-t the rather th-rn officials who j lemonstrators would not halt ail j conduct royal tir.irs. Along with work in the office, but would i Prince Ch.-.rles' appointment as i "consultation" meetings j rovernor-sieneral. this would' with the staff to force a slow- i help bring the monarchy home j down. i lo Canadians, he said. lie said he doubter! the fa- j monarchy is a ''great partment would have the dem-' positive force for Canadian na-1 onstraiors thrown out because tienalism" which must replace Mrs. Gandhi is on a tour of Western capitals. She already has visited Vienna and Brussels, and from London she will go to Washington, Paris and Bonn. SUGGEST ARGUMENTS The Indian leader is expected by aides to argue the following when she meets with Nixon: U.S. policy has rested at least partly on the assump- tion that Pakistan could play a decisive regional role in Wash- i.-Ttcn's favor in American-So- viet rivalries. that assumption, suc- cess i v e U.S. administrations i navo developed the concept that I they should seek always to pre i serve a balance between Paki- stan and India in all sectors. insists there can be no such balance. Support of Paki- stan has tended to underwrite the hostility toward Indian dis- jail ockcd bv work toward a political solution. Any reappraisal of U.S. policy wiD take time. More time, per- haps. than the current crisis would safely permit. Consequently the J n d 1 a n leader may ask Nixon to meet two short-term requests: For an immediate end to all U.S. aid to Pakistan, including military supplies in the pipeline. the immediate exercise of whatever pressures Nixon feels ha cculd use in Islamrbrd to the rc'ease of tin1 cap- tive Mujibur Ra'iman. In India's view his release- would defuse the powder keg. Vancouver smuggling ring centre ELAINE. Wash. (CP) A. A. Hysette, chief of the Elaine border patrol, says Vancouver, about 40 miles to Ihe north- west, is the centre of opera- j lions for an organization in- Ivolved in smuggling mainland Chinese inlo the United Stales. Mr. Ilyselte said Monday that Iv.o Vancouver men charged in Seattle with trans- i porlini! illegal aliens into tho U.S. are just "patsies'1 for the Vancouver ringleader. "The man is operating the, whole tiling, without taking any j tcrsted persons is being issued Mr. Hysctto by the Crowsncst Pass Ski Club and president. Bruce Roome He sn'd Vancouver rep'accd has announced that if a good Montreal and New York as tr.21 turnout is not on hand at a centre after arrests I meeting called for tonight during the summer broke up a j in the ski lodge, the club will flourishing ring in the east. not function this season. Urgent meeting BLAIRMORE CNP Bureau) A last call for skiers and in- SUNRISE WEDNESDAY ii I. PRE 37 m COLD IN WEST Above-normal temperatures ore ex- pected to cover Quebec and Ontario with below-normal temperatures on the Prairies and in British Columbia according to the 30-day weather outlook of the United States Weather Bureau. Light to heavy precipitation 's expected to cover the country except for parts of Ontario and the Prairies where it will be heavy, Th's is not a spec- ific forecast and changes may occur. .sold Greyeycs said think the sit-in was accomplish- i ing much because Mr. Chretien i has rejected the Indians' do- I iif rfffllK1 i mands for a meeting in Alberta. L'" l Mr. Chretien has told the pro-, [testers he would not visit the! reserves while a school boycott: continued. He. also said school j improvement'; demanded by the i Indians would cost more money i Cut Bai.k Pioneer Press, one of than has been budgeted. Indian parents on the three northeastern Alberta reserves have kept about 950 children out of school since Sept. 13 to sup- port their cause. CUT BANK, Montana The SAFNT JOHN, N.B. ICP) Two men were in police for questioning following a bhst A turnkey, Colby Knox of nearby Lorneville. r e c c i e d neck and head lacerations from J flying glass. He was treated and released from hospital. A pris- oner was also examined and re- turned to the jail. i 1 The explosion gouged a hole in the face of the broke i.ll I windows in the front of the I three-storey stone structure and shattered windows in the nearby county courthouse. The jailhouse blast was the second in as many days in Saint John. Early Sunday a smaller explosion jolted the "Royal Cana- Lethbridge Pinchcr Crctk Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff Cranbrook Victoria Fenticton Prince George Kainloops Vancouver li, oon Resina Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa Montreal SI lohn s Halifax Charlottetown lrredericton Chicago Nen 'Soil. Miami IjOS Las Vegas Rome Moscow Stockholm Tofcvo .07 ihi-idfie Today: Plainly I sunny. Gusty west winds con- tinning toihiy, ItcconiinR lonifilif. Lows nrar 2fl. r'av: Mainly sunny. Highs nrar .01 MEDICINE HAT Mainly sunny today and Wednesday. Brisk west winds today. Ijows near 15. Highs Wednesday .15-40. I CALG-YRY Today: Mainly j sunr.y. One or two I b the foothills. Loire 10-15. Wed- nesday: Sunny. Highs near 35. Columbia, Kootrtiiiy To- day: Cloudy with a few pr- ricds of rain or wet snoiv in the Columbia district, spres-1- 70 50 j ing to the Koolcuay area Late 03 67 .821 tliis evening. Wednesday; PI 76 .13 Cloudy with a few showers of 7fi rain or wet snow. High.s liO 34 days in upper 30s. Lows to- 70 30 night near M. IIAHOU) WINCH SSttt anniversary Montana's foremost weeklies, has been sold to Ken Byerly of Lewistown, Montana. The Pioneer Press was connection founded in by the late Dan blasts. Whetstone, and has been owned An RCMP spokesman said an riian Legion building, two blocks from the jail. Police remain non-committal on the possible between the two ran Dog owners howl HAMBURG and operated by lus son Frank estimated 3011 sticks of dynamite >incc 1-65. Frank Whetstone, active In: last and about 200 caps stolen Montana Imsiness and in Re- M. C. Slavich, C.LU. p IHrl I c of howling dogs and their irate publican politics, will continue West German owners occupied living in Cut Bank and operat hall briefly to jng an office supply 1 Hamburg city protest a planned 1 oo-per-cent increase in Llie state pet tax. Tlirfi1 guards wslched heiplt'ss- Iv as the domonsirators poui'otl tiiroui'h the main door to rcfv isitT their riismay at a tax' elated to rise to the mark ecjuiv- alent of annually. E. Maycske R it. r t f LETHBRIDGr planning builds your estate today, conserves it for your family tomorrow. Call your nearest Manufacturers Life Representative MANUFACTURERS LIFE INSUKANCJiCOMTANV DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Storo Bldg. Ph. Lethbrldgt business hero. Bycriy was publisher of UK- daily newspaper in Lewistown for s o m c years, tlirn became professor uf jonnuilism in North Carolina. Associated him in the purchase is Ron Alexander, now publisher of the Ixiwiptottii daily, Dan a close friend and newspaper associ- ate of Hon. W. A. Buchanan, Brunswick month from a New Power Com mission to retire instruction site about 10 mi fi om Police found a length of cable and a ear battery near the jail. Mayor Robert Lockhart said police have stepped up their ac- tivity to guard against any simi- lar incident. VANCOUVER iCP) Un- beatable Harold Winch, who Hug marks his anniversary in federal and provincial politics today, is retiring. Tile 0-year-old New Demo- cratic Party member of Parlia- ment for VancnnviT Kast Old volcano stirs KINGSTON, St. Vincent (Ren- ter) Disturbed conditions reported Monday in the crater of the dormant volcano, ng asocial lo (say he will rail si-tk re-election. After years, said Mr. Winch, stamina and patience start wearing Ihin. His curcnt analysis of Parliament: ''Too much talk, not enough aelion." Me ha.s convalescing since last November when he What do you need in the fine of Livestock Feeding and Watering Equipment? Check this list, then come and see us Owatonna Mixer Mills 117 and 100 bu. with Bale Shredder. Knight Auggie Mixer, Blender, Feeder (Truck or Trailer Schuler Multi-purpose 120 bu. and 170 bu. Wagons "The Mos! Wanted Ones" 3 to 15 ton per hour capacity New Haybuster. "Ground feed is better feed, the 'Haybuster' will suit your need" Sioux Hog Feeders 2 models fhe "Feed- Around" and "V-Feeder" can feed 12 hogs at a time with 40 to 100 bushel capacity. Brower Creep Feeders Single and Twin Stall. Ritchie Automatic Stock Wat ere rs, will handle from 40 fo 300 head. FARM SUPPLIES fe. Coutls Highway lethbridge Phone 327-3165 m (CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS) founder and long-time owner ol I Soufriere which eniptcd in 1902, The I-ethbridge Herald. I Out. Bank is 70 miles smith of Lethbridtie. killing (in this land. rnr.e than people British West Indies is- OFF1C1AL AS AT A.M TODAY COURTESY OF AMA Highway 2, soulli from Stand- For your Dining enjoyment at (NOW LICENSED) JIM I. Will entertain you with her folk scngs suffered cardiac arrest during a off lo Carway, covered with cancer nperalion. snow-. Ho firet voted into elce-1 HiKhway 2. north Fort Mac- tivc office as a (T'F membfi-of short n-y 111.' B.C. legislature in IMS and the north bound he was party leader from 1MH I ilo 1 whin IIP resigned to! west. icy a federal pafchi'S from to Hie I li.C. border, remainder mostly hare. Ilijlliway 3. east. bare. Highway bare to Stirling. From Stirling to Coutt.s most ot Ihe. .surface is covered with a lie won six mi.rr federal elee- lions in the riding and was: a founding incmlXT of Ihe NUI' in Kllil. in our Dining Room from to p.m. THURSDAYS and FRIDAYS ol BIHfl. Acron from Paramount Trtoolrn. ricin new srare nilinnK TOWN, R'nln'V, (Kculcr) .Six Caribbean nations n.uninii'a, (In'ii.'ida, (iiivana. M. K'itls- SI. Alicia and SI. Vin.'cnt --loday published t he i r plans (or formini! a new West Indian tliilc by March, 107S. tbin layer of hard packed s-inw Hifliway fi, bpre to V.'.-.'-.lnv e'ivo-.-l wilh a Ihin of pnckcl snow. Highway 23, short icy patches from IVjbleford to Barons. Highway 25, ir.astly bare. ij Highway SB. bare. Highway from Magrath to Del linnita, thin layer of pack- et! SI101V. llighuay 1. Trans Canada Highway. Calgary to Banff, bare ami in good condition. Ilantf lo Hevelstoke, light snow, plowed ar.d .sanded. Snow tires chains are compulsory when travcllir.g over I lie Rr.gers P.-ss. D.-inff wav 1. p r 1.' v. p'. 1 n Pa .i-c' POUTS OF KNTRY (OlionillK anil Closing I'illlc'SI: Colitis :M boms; Carway fp a.m. to fl p.m. MST; Del Honila II a.m. lo li p.m.; Roosovillc, H.C. I! a.m. lo p.m.; Kingsgale, B.C., '.'1 h-aurs; Porthill liykerts II a.m. lo midnight. Chief Mountain closed, Wildhorae. (t n.m. tn 5 p.m. Pass closed. ;