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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETIIBRIDCE HERALD Tuesday, November 16, 1971 MI nest publicity bad i JL M I1 Justice Uiw to build tfrrahT federal cabinet and the full i says puh- into tlki of the provinces, lie inquest can procedures inquests said. HITS of gel-. "-whenever tho under in-: He said he plans to p'.'-t tl i j vostigntion is suspected murder j subject on the agenda of the or a related offence. next meeting, early in 1972, of But any move have to await approval of come back' plea echoes through Philippines NFU is adamant tlit? commissioners en the. uni- formity in legislation in Canada, a federal-provincial consultative hody. In his view, ho said, two amendments to the Criminal j Code would plug ''loopholes'1 in the present system. i The first would provide that a person suspected of having com- g.. i mittfd a criminal offence re- lacul to the dojitli of annthf "shall net be compelled to les- 1 e t e r tify at a coroner's inquin .id the that's whether lie's charged or I commissioned by the i only suspected." in a a committee previous Social Credit adminis-! The second "would prohibit n.Mlinn and tradi-' t rat ion, was "untenable and ;m-. the publication of evidence ad- an NFU brief i acceptable." I duccd at a coroner's inquiry m reject the basic find economic goals for nirnier.-- upon which the tradition and transition report is K'iMc! and request y "overnmeni. toi port ho.-tiic of farm the P1 Former Senate mes dicating of an tf fence hy an identifiable per son." This would mean the exten- sion to a coroner'? inquest of reiec; the' re-! proieclion available to d asfin'-'t ;1 defendant at a preliminary in the future econo- mic and families in tl brief said. The brie; ci for proposing auction'1 of i diets that the consequences would affect I-'ood would in- come under control of husZf who v. uld and supijiies ?aid. TJ-.e brief tho struc- ture of rural sociip. de- cay small tovnis (iependen; fin farming communities would event'iaMy disappear. The ijconir1 the rural area? would move to cities, iddliig io overcrowding, hous- ing pollution and un- employment, said the brief. The cost in sreneral waste of hu- man potential would be far i in a criminal proceeding Mr. Turner said. LET'S SHORTEN CUR FOOTBALL SEASON. in li'i cr.d crJd? Andy O'Brien question; --r Foclboll league playoffs c C-JD S-rr: he offers os the solution Why play football o'jr present to teems vs DON'T RUIN OLD HOUSES WITH RENOVATIONS. tnem Jem'fer McKendry in ATTACK! IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE tower suddenly has rind AP t Sudrlenly, Pisa has competitor: Th.crc's row a ''ieanlig tower of Jtrme.'1 One of ths capital's in obel- pillar in (he square facing the ancient tilled noiice- iiijiy. The cbei sk was brought from Hclionolis, Egypt, and erected here in 3711 under Popo Clement XI The Piome newspaper Tempo says the trouble caused by the rumbling of l-.-avy traffic around che'- H called upon provin- cial superimendcncv of monu- ments to correct the tilt bo- fore it becomes dangerous. Ths newspaper docs not suggest how this should be done. E i p e r t s have been trying for the last century to keep the tower of Pisa from tipping any morn, so far with- out success. MANILA (API A plea of come back" is through the Plulin- pinc'S. Sonic Americans in this United Statf.s colony ire btnvildc'rcd. The causa is a Filipino movement jays the cure for the islands' ills is to be- come the Slst slate. The presiclcul of the repub- lic calls the idea unbelievable. A man v.'ho demands Ameri- ca get out of military bases here says: ''Fantastic, simply But the leaders of Hie move- ment, called Philippines Statehood, U.S.A.. smile and turn such abuse into another chance to voice their case. Wfe POLAR CAP AS SEEN BY MARINERS Two photos of top, fa ken by Men incr 9 and combined to form a mosaic, show the remnants of the south polar cap of Mars, dimly seen through a greet dust storm which has obscured first phofos televised back to earth. The same area was phofccircphed in 1969 by Mariner 7, as shown in bottom two n.iciDs, when ins en fire region was covered by dry ice. Scientists at Jet Propulsion Laboratory where the pic- tures were released said "the slrange quasilinear features of 1969 have been replaced by a number of bright curved appendages before '-pen on Mars and, at this time, are unexplained." Teeter-totter marathon ends in day off Mont. CAP) Two Livingston high school sen- iors ended a 64 hour teeter- totter marathon with about 400 in donations for a local memorial fund and a proclam- i alion from the mayor giving them the rest of the day off school. Steve llolowelt an Byron Taylor said plans for the one- day .school vacatin included hot baths. "W h o e v e r says we are crazy is crazy pro- claims Hufino Antonio, who heads the movement. "You should see the mail we get supporting us fn a two-page newspaper advertisement in October, the organization said its card- carrying membership topped 2.5 million. This doubled Hie membership claimed one. month earlier in an ad implor- ing Filipinos to "save llm Philippines from disaster." The Philippines' population is roughly 38 million The Philippines' islands had .Spanish colonial masters from the mid-lSOOs In 1898 when the U.S. moved in. American authority ended in 1946, but English is still spo- ken widely and U.S. fads and fashions flourish. The American presence is declining, yet private U.S. in- vestment amounts to about ?l billion. About American citizens live here. About 7r> per cent of them are service- men and their families at Clark air base and Subic naval base. President Ferdinand E. TU a r c o s, asked about the statehood proposal on a televi- sion show, snapped: "We fought for our independence; we will not just give it back." The local affiliate of the Gallup Poll went to the three largest cities. It showed 49 to 65 per cent of persons favored the statehood move- ment. Still, nobody is sewing a 51st star on the S'tars and Stripes. A young female ac- countant said some friends thought it was a good idea. she said, frowning, "tho Philippines couldn't be- come a state could Deer site I for colleges commission? RED DEER (CP) Under the government's proposals to dloentralizG agencies and de- partments, there is no reason why the Alberta Colleges Com- mission could not be located in Red Deer, says Dr. Merv East- man, president of Red Deer College. Red Deer is centrally located with good communication links ith the rest of the province, he said in an interview. Th-2 commission, which Dr. Eastman said could be housed in the college's facilities, co-or- dinates activities for the six pro- vincial colleges and will encom- pass agricultural colleges and vocal ional institutes under new plans. FIVE ECLIPSES There were five eclipses In 1971, three of the sun and two of the moon. I seclis writeoff farm rocks Ni' rockf." 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