Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
CELEBRATES 25th ANNIVERSARY Queen Elizabeth ond Prince Philip are shown here In family grounds of Balmoral Caslle in Scotland wilh their family in a pholo Itiutd in advance of their 25th wedding anniversary on Nov. 20. From left to right are: Prince Philip; the Prince Andrew Prince Edward, Princess Anne; and Prince Charles. (CP Wirephoto) Indians are rushing to Canada NEW DELHI (AP) Indians rushing to Canada, hoping to beat what they fear will be tightened immigration rules un- der the next government. About 200 Indians, nearly all Sikhs (rom northern Punjab state, left New Delhi en route to Canada early Wednesday. Travel agents reported many more are planning to go in the next few days. The exodus was touched off, the agents said, by a rumor that Canada would clamp down on fresh immigration after Monday's federal election. Some travel agents may have been responsible for the ru- mors, said Canadian high com- mission sources, because they placed advertisements in news- papers advising Indian to get to Canada es quickly as pos- sible in view of impending changes In immigration pol- icies. The regional passport office in the Punjab was inundated in September with about ap- plications for passports, mostly from persons wanting to go to Canada. Normally, about people apply monthly in the Punjab. Since India and Canada are in the Commonwealth, Indians do not require visas or entry permits to go to Canada as vis- itors. Ail they need is an Indian passport and funds for the flight and to maintain them- selves in Canada. Once they arrive in Canada, Indians can apply for immi- grant status, even if they came for short-term visits wilh rela- tives. There are an estimated people of Indian origin in Can- ada. Many originaDy came from the Punjab. LOSES HEAD NEW DELHI (AP) An In ciian villager cut off his six year-old son's head thinking he could put it back on again, then committed suicide by throwing himself beneath the wheels of a train, the United News of India reported. The beheading was a reUgious ritual of sacrifice, the report said. ThiirKffiy, Nov.mb.r 2, 1972 THE LHHIRIDOE HIM IB 17 The Uthbridge Herald think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS Nune thin West German author, who wonthol971 Nobel Prlzo for Uteritu.ro. HOW DO YOU RATE? 71 to M Oood. II to 100 polntl TOP ICOm II to 70 pdntt Mr. II lo H ptlntl ElcOtanL M UrxHit I Kmrnl FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION Have tho candidates done R good Job of presenting the Issues ud their rtewi? YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 for each correct answer. 11 The world's first domestic communlrarlrmii satellite Is scheduled to be launched in Novem- ber to serve Canada. The eatelllte will be nimed ..V.. i-Cuada 1 b-Amlty c-Anik 2 Cuudlin consumers nert year may lie plying much more for clothing with wool, due to rising prices for that product the world's foremost wool-producing nation. a-Aus trails. b-Oreat Britain o-the U.S. 8 Eric Kierins, former Minister of Communica- tions In the Trudeau Government, announced that he planned to vote for the (CHOOSE ONE: PC. HDP) candidate In his riding, 4 Former British Columbia Premier W. A. C. Bennett (CHOOSE ONE: took, did not take) his Eeat In the special session of the B.C. Legis- lature. E The National Hockey League said that the.. Hockey Association has requested to TlsltNorth America, to play three or four individual NHL teams. a-Soviet b-Czechoslovaldan c-Swedish PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with iU correct meaning. 1.....summit 2.....economic 3.....monetary 6.....parliament a-concerningproductlon and use of wealth to-relating to currency c-fonnal conference oil public affiirs d-ndmlnlstratlve agency e-meeting of top offi- cials of nations PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1 Barcnd BlCGhcuvel a-Promler, Luxem- bourg a John Lynch b-Premler.TheNether- lands 1 Pierre Werner c-Premler, Belgium Pompidou d- Prime Minister, Ire- land 6 Gtston Eyskcns e- President, France 1030-72 VEC, Inc. STUDENTS Save This Practice Examination! Valuable Reference Material for Exams. Answers On Page 1'i EATON'S NOVEMBER SALE THROUGH SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4th Check Your Big Colorful Eaton Flier Delivered To Your Home. 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