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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ICTHBPItv'l HSBAID Tuntlov. Novnmbei 9, 1971- cxc I A hoy he U-H.S neuiy-formed t'iie> MtjlDKycle and tha! McLs-an was also a member at time of Iris death. were about MN i'ors. he said, mine of whom '.vnen a vnoforcyc'e. an 3'ito- r'on ir- rnn'ied onf n in.itic death warrant." He ?aid he attended a meet- yi McLean had been p'.'jccd in 3 bascrnRnt room ntiiry t-alkeri isbouf jj punishment for men- ciub business outside group. After the meeting, the juve- nile Unified, he was on a rail- way bridge acrof.-s the river wlicn lie: hoard splashing sounds t'nen 3 voice ordering Iiim to leavr Tbe hearing was adjourned to Ofunese Nov. 10. fn-'tnictn-ns id tuir arc nui to cress I lie border and thriv arc no instances of tin n haxmr.1; crossed a spokesman told H ii'.'w.s conference Monday. The denial came despite per i -i I s t e n t reports that Indian troops did cross into East Paki- .st.'in Oct. :il to silence Pakistani nuns, which had shelled tbe Ka- malpur area of Tripura teni T h e spokesman confirmed that supplies of Soviet arms had reaching India in the last j week, but again denied foreign j press reports of large-scale arms arrivals. Iiave been making lim- ited purchases of arms and stores from countries which originally supplied equipment to remedv certain deficiencies' he said without elaborating or naming countries, Observers here take the state- ment ;.s an indication that India may IHS trying to acquire m tain of firms to match Pakistani acquisitions since (he CITICS A1K STHF.Nr.TlI A government press reteast Monday specif icaUy the tight of comments here that Pakistani fighters v.ere superior to airy fighters in the Indian air In- dia's air strength and capability mem- are superior to Pakistan's de- spite the Mirages. ''The defence capability and striking forcp nf the Indian army cannot, but rausp se.ripu? concern to the t.bo note said. Meanwhile, Indian Defence Minister Jagjivam is j.'gaJu visiting Indian foiTrard pOKiMons, this time along the had to circle back behind him' CP Air jet guides plane lo safety WIIITEIIOKSE, Y.T. (CP) i rcquiretl instrument capability In conduct n search was a CP Air Jlncing 7.17 jet which had just arrived from Vancouver. The jet established radio of fuel in deteriorating contact with the lost plane af- A light plane carrying four guided to safety C'P Air jetliner after it became lost and siiorl persons was Sunday by tcr about 25 minute's of search- ing and "a couple of passes near Mount some 30 miles southeast of White- horse. The drama began when Douglas Phillips, :M, of White- horse reported the fuel tanks on his single-engine Cessna 172 were reading almost empty and estimated he had only t about half an hour left in the i high country around there with air. to The only aircraft and crew j said Capt. Rnn Wood, at WhitchorsG airport with the! "We told him to climb up to couldn't sec him and concerned because its feel, where we were tween cloud la.uT.s, and lo turn ly. In-, i u-ere able to gel down visual- his landing light. Brian (first officer McMahon) spot- led it first. II was about five csnic mission took about an hour and when II was over. Capl. Wood and bis crew lonk off on a regular flight lo The jet dropped its wheels, flaps ami other vices such as slow down, hut speed was air ancillary brakes even so great for arms aid ends light plane, which cruises at about I.'IO miles an hour. "We had to circle back and get behind him a couple of times, and then go by him he said. We had seen o hole over Outre .site estimated at million CALGARY (CP) City council gave permission Mon- Lake-Laberge on the way out i day WASHINGTON (AP> The The Cessna Bui otlKT sources on Capitol! uil "But il was getting dark and j of Moc.k o[ prop- it was snowing." prtj, centre but Inert to follow ost'ininli.'.'i have put the cost at in' a hoi n SHi c mediation of U.S. arms ship-! Hill and in the administration RnoB'- i The centre is to he located nuns lo Pakistan has taken a i said Ihe arras cancellation lion-1 Luckily, the ground lights ,1111 urban renewal district 1i eapon from the hands of one i day removed one of Kennedy's'. could be seen and Phillips and which the federa lion's! most potent issues while reliev-; his passengers "Red" contnlvjt, PRiJON BUS BURNS One of 23 inmates that was aboard a prison bus, background, when it burst into flames ns ibe bus load ri prisoners was returning from a day s v.'ork lo rbf: prison camp at tbe Cherokee County Public Works near Canton, Ga., grimaces with pain. Nineteen were badly burned. of the Nixon adminisfrati I most vocal critics while making I important diplomatic gains. Senator Edward M. Kennedy, the Massachusetts Democrat who had led the constant criti- 1" ing congressional pressure on both the While House and tlic military regime in Pakistan. Another and perhaps even more important result is an government per cent of di- his wife. S'nirlcy, and David reel renewal costs and the pro- Young, 23, all 'of Whitehorse vincial government 30 per cent. ci-.m of the arms aid, said Ihe j provcmcnl in U.S.-Indian rcla- euloff "is a welcome first step tions. in what I hope will be a redi- never was really con- reeling of our policy in South cerned with the amount of the Appeal succeeds Asia." (shipment, mostly spare parts and small pieces of equipment I worth less than S3 million. with million goal Ease rale s says r ley At meetings in border OTTAWA (CPi The Alberta Ram took note of the latest, government said Monday the Chinese statements expressing Canadian transport commission support for Pakistan in case of! should investigate all railway foreign aggression and said i freight rates affecting pulp taken into account the raills Ontario to British possibility of Pakistan getting Columbia. "help in Ihe event of' J. J. Frawley, counsel for the Alberta government, told the ___________________: commission it should first grant the Prince Albert Pulp Co. Ltd. of Regina, Sask., permission to i appeal against rates charged j the company by the railways. widen the investigation to in- clude all pulp nulls in Ontario and the western provinces, he said. Mr. Fraivley was speaking in support of Prince Albert Pulp which was requesting permis- sion to appeal the rates.David I .lonrs. chairman of the commis- sion's railway transport com- miltee. reserved decision on the application. The Alberta government law- I yer said the Northwestern Pulp Co. in Ilinton, Alia., is hit har- der by freight rates than mills E: Drydcn end Thunder Bay, Out The liinton mill pays a higher proportion of freight rates com- pared to revenue mills, he said. CALGARY (CPi The Cal-1 not yet been received and were gary United Appeal surpassed expected to add to the total of The real problem in the eyes i its goal of million a few: of the New Delhi government hours before tlv campaign j ,WAEDS deadlim Monday night. j fjims by More- It was lire first time in three land-La tchford Productions LM. years that the campaign has nf Toronto have won a total of reached its projected figure. I 52 awards in inleniationa! corn- Some mail contributions had i petition so far this year. what it saw as tbe implied approval of Pakistani actions, particularly in the rebellious East Bengal province, that the shipments represented. the end of American mili- tary sales to the Pakistani mill- E. Foran, counsel for j tary regime at, a time when than other Prince Albert Pulp, said the dif- j two' subcontinent nations appeal- j fcrence between rates for haul- j on the verge of a general war is GO DELUXE GREYHOUND VJ.R EXECUTIVE COACH WITH 'HOSTESS CARE' AND COMPLIMENTARY FOOD SERVICE SERVICE To; CALGARY............. 3 6.50 EDMONTON........... S15.50 Leaving Lethbridge Bus Depot, G: 30 a.m. New schedule now incited. DOWNTOWN-TO-DOWNTOWN, HOTEL-TO-HOTEL CONVENIENCE. MO RESERVATIONS NEEDED. THE BUS PLUS! GO GREYHOUND and leave the driving to us. Earlier, the Saskatchewan j ing wood pulp to Wisconsin government argued lhat rates from mills in Prince Albert and charged Prince Albert Pulp are Kraft. B.C., was 80 cents, al-1 "illogical, inconsistent, distorted i (hough Prince Albert was 510 miles closer. But the difference in rates be- tween Prince Albert and Dry- den, Ont. mills shipping to Wis- consin is S6 in Dryden's favor, I though Dryden is only 310 miles closer than Prince Albert, Mr. Foran said. This was an unfair disadvantage against Prince Al- being read in New Delhi as a symbolic victory. and disjointed." The Saskatche- wan government has a cent interest in the company while the remaining shares arc held by Parsons and Wbitte- more of New York. The provincial government said the rates could be against an obstacle to export trade. Enters contest for Tories EDMONTON (CP) Doug- las Roche, a 42 year old edi- tor of the Western Catholic Re- porter, will contest the Edmon- ton Strathcona riding for the Progressive C o n s e r v ative Party in the next federal elec- tion. Mr. Hoche won the nomi- nation on the first ballot Mon- day in a four way contest at a nominating meeting. Remenihauce store closing bylaw rejected Wenther and road report SUNRISE WEDNESDAY I'Miami SUNSET i'-OS Angeles Piego Denver 11 Prc EDMONTON (CP) bylaw which would have A re- quired stores to remain closed Remembrance Day was reject- ed Monday by city council. Hou-cll Williams bcrt. Ernest Saunders, counsel for tire Canadian Freight Associa- tion and the Canadian railways, said the applicant did not offer enough evidence to support the be'lalf Rocky J.Itn. Housi contention that the freight rates i dian Legion, told council that arc against the public interest. I requiring major stores to re- victoria i mam closed would permit the princo George LHlibrirtgc Medicine Hat Pincher Creek Calgary Edmonton Banff..... appearing: Grande Prairie The applicant should have of- fered evidence on the volume of iLs business in the northern U-S.. he said. If it only did S100 worth of business the freight rates could hardly te said to be against the public interest. dependents of veterans of the two world wars to have a day of respect. ''The legion and its ex-ser- vicemen do not attempt in any- way to glorify IK said- Vancouver Prince Albeit Saskatoon Swift Current Moose Jaw Hegina There- was no evidence to j "Many of our comrades lost! Winnipeg show how much export trade their lives nnd faculties in j Toronto was afterted hy the freight making Canada a nation." Ottawa rates. Following the proposed hv-! Montreal Stay out of il Faulkner -warns U.K. law's defeat, council also voted dou-n an alternate bybw which Quebec St. John's LONDON 'CP) Battling to up security efforts by more than preserve the remnants of North- British troops in the area. In another TV interview in Belfast, Faulkner said he is op- timistic lhat Northern Ireland is nearing the of violence. Tht City Council of the City of telhbridge en- tertain proposals for submissions to the Province and the Dominion Government under the Federal-local In- itiatives programme: Eligibility: 1. AMY ORGANIZED GROUP WHICH HAS A PROJECT THAT CAN BE PUT INTO EFFECT OUICKIY AND WILL CREATE A MINIMUM OF 30 MAN MONTHS OF WORK. PROJECTS MUST BE NEW IN THAT THEY CONTRIB- UTE NEW EMPLOYMENT IN THE CITY. 3. APPLICANTS MUST USE CANADA MANPOWER CENTRES IN HIRING UNEMPLOYED WORKERS. 4. PROJECTS MUST CONTRIBUTE TO COMMUNITY BETTERMENT. 5. PROJECTS MUST BE BASICALLY NON-PROFIT. 6. I'POJECIS MUST CREATE ADDITIONAL EMPLOY- I'.'fNi WITHOUT HAVING INFLATIONERY EFFECT. Obj nclivos: Chy Coun cil of (ho Giy ot tothbridfi'? will re.- c' applications up lo and unlit November 12lb, Thr-sr: projects will be reviewed by o special mfrtinq ot r.ounc'l onrj ujcb projects os seem to corn- the. city's own applications may bn submitted on lo Picvinco and tbe Federal Government. Be outline your projects in detail nnd file your -r with the City Clerk nol later than p.m. on. 12tb, 1971. A. C. ANDERSON, MAYOR CITY Of lETHfiRIDGE uld have required depart- 1 Chicago ment stores to remain closed j Minneapolis Remembrance Day until j New York p.m. Las Vegas 'Home Paris 81 73 X 67 51. 67 53 M 28 70 45 77 50 52 ofl 52 35 I Berlin 4f> M 35 Moscow 39 FOI1KCASTS i.clhlinilgc. llrclifinc Hal 'I "oday and Wednesday: Moslly MMiny. Winds PW20 i anil gusiy. Lows 25-30. Highs i i.i-rio. Calgary Today: Mostly sunny. Winds gusting to i.'.nvs near 25. Mostly sunny. near 45. I Komcnay. Coliimliia To- I day: Cloudy with a few pe- j riods cf wet snow or rain this aftoriK.'im and evening. Tonight and Wednesday: Cioiicly with a few snowfiurrics. Highs both days near 40. Lows tonight about 30. leaders to enter discussions with the government concerning fu- lure political reforms which j ojiof might be acceptable to both the Roman Catholic minority and dunlin I male fear in the that Britain's Opposilion Labor party is seri- ously considering recommend- ing fundamental policy changes in Ulster. Labor Leader Haloid Wilson plans to visit Belfast next week to talk to government and Oppo- sition leaders. Faulkner flew to London inst attitude taken by Wilson. Many of the Catholics in Uls- ter, who form slight ly more than -in per cent of the VANCOUVER (CP) While drums rolled for the finale of the "bottomless show" at the Zanzibar Night Club early to- day and most patrons were un- 3 ONLY WESTERN a step which might facilitate j eventual re-unification with the j Irish Republic. North and south were divided 50 years ago. Most Catholics arc said to be- lieve rc-imification is impossible Republican Army in Ulster lies week to talk to Wilson, appar- in maintaining Ite Northern Ire-i m an cttort to prevent a i-in'i i breakdown in UK; bipartisan an- ----t-. proacb taken to Ihe Ulster crisis i the minister govern- j merit for more- two UNITS, i Faulkner now is under severe j CONSIDKKS NKW IDEAS I nrossnre from right-wing Prolcstant-domi- in Uls- North- em Ireland s British lies. Wilson, who firet sent troops _____ Secretary He-i to Hie North in lit'fl during his Mauciling is believed I term as prime minister, is said j prossurc ready to visit Northern Ireland rind consider possible changes if the situation docs not improve Faulkner Inter told a political raily in Tli-.fer the IRA is suffer- severe "organizational diffi- culties" as a result of sleppcd- to be considerinc recommenda- tions fnr new initiatives ranging from a complete wiihdrawrd of thfi troops lo imposition of di- rect nile. Faulkner may hope that he and wo men were wounded. Police said Ihe gunman had nursed a drink for half an hour, waiting until tlie drums would drown out the .shots. He fled the ciuh immediately in a pickup identity of the dead man was nut released, hut police said thoy believed he was in his -10s and from Wliitehorse and a fre- quent visitor to the club. Four shots wore fired at For all your hay and grassland inigaling. mile 4'' side roll lateral complete with 5' double hub and wheels. menus in hi.s government lo lake some kind of effective action against the terrorists which will ctae range, wounding two men j convince the British that the in Uic chest and ICRS after the S'.ormont can govern efficiently, j bullets passed through the I Rut the prime minister also murdered man's police faces the danger lhat too dras- tic measures will further a lion- ate moderate Catholic support said. can convince. to try to essential for any future political persiiado the IMstcr Opposition j reconstmetion. For your Dining enjoyment at loom Chef (NOW LICENSED) "Kia" Will entertain you with hep folk songs in our Dining Room from to p.m. THURSDAYS and FRIDAYS rofffniono! Afroil from Parnmoimt ThootrP. 11 t'ouvicls .sliol lo convicts were shot. j Mnndjiy night, in a if allcmfil. hy miiNimuir prisoners al Uir Pliilippiiu; na- tional pcniunliary. Officials said one convict was wounded and five others es- caped. Highway 2, Nanton to Montana bottler is hare. Highway .'i, (Irnssy Uilte to I'inrlier (Yrek, nustly liare. 1'ini'her (-reek to Rlairmoro. mostly liai'e with short icy on 'Mfl Hlnirmorc winlcr driving ermnition bonier. ioy S........' Highway I-cthhridgfi l travelling r.vcr Ihe Ko.L'ci's Pass. i.s mo.-tly bare, slip- drfling tir; lions. The prisoners involved all i Walerton, few long icy patches, hi-mvav ID.S were under death sentences or I 25, (it and snow and dr serving terms of at least ,101 >ears in the institution 10 miles POUTS OF fCNTKY (Ojicnini; ;md Clnsin" CouMs ismitli of Manila. li-l hours: Carway fi a.m. to p.m. MST: H.-l Bnnila !t a.m. to Last month .six men were 1 (i p.m.; Kooseviile. B.C. il a.m, to p.m.; Kingsgalr. IK'.. .'1 killed in a thwarted nt- Iwurs; Porthill Kykert.s Jl a.m. to midmghl. Chief Mountitin lumpt, s a.m. to 6 p.m. Pass closed. ;