Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
JO I'lt U1HMIUM ,s mage just a myth ff r, ucwl-humiirwl ohallonRc In the iicf lr- view of Miclind acs HID si.-irl nf n dcmir principal of Mcdill Uni ium of sen i r j versily who spurkrd several rc- s officers ;iml M'ic'ii- liulliiLs In Ills criticisms of the defence establishment. offering ;i Dr. Oliver, an economist ant Ipolilical scientist, suggested the public inay see the armed 1 fin ees as strange ami reir.ote dominated by a while, Anglo Saxon Protestant leadership, full of foreign tradition and fol- i- logins an unconlcmporary life Althmmh Dr. Lindsev rejected Hie stereotype oiillined hy Ur. olner, lie agreed on Uie need greater participation by so- ud scientists in study of prob- kins involved in defence, par- (iculavlv internal security. LKARN FI10.M MISTAKES He suggested that past crises in Canada and separatist crises in other countries would provide i ikiable lessons if examined fiom the viewpoint of social sci- dii Ms. Hi listed the Kiel Rebellions of 1S70 and 1P.I5, UK Fenian h mis on Canada in ISM and and the Oregon boundary d vpmi; with the United Slates which spawned the slogan "lif- t four flirty or fight." o f separatist funnies in Belgium. Pakistan uid Ireland might help C'anadi- s avoid making similar mis- DL oliver's views 'denials from several officers among niore than 300 present. argued that no country in it ne world has its armed forces more integrated in community life and, in fact, supplying a substantial part of the leader- P community activities. Dr. Oliver said lie i: not "to- tilt on compleie iinegra- l r i of tile Forces into cotnmun- of dangers that might result ALOOFNESS BE.VEKia.M, The probability that in the minds of the public the forces are "somcln'nS apart'' from Uie central institutions of society mav i3e a thing." He praised the armed forces impressive" steps to make Hench-speaking Canadians moie at home, to make regular expressed worry ahout rrnirr- cnce l-ddiiy of the secin'iiy ii- icniinft West, C'dJist and others, only applied this time to (Quebec sepanitists. Dr. Olivor snicl the whole situ- ation siirroLindirif; use of the War Measures Act during last October's crisis needs sludy, in- cJuduig the alternatives availa- ble to the eniergejicy powers as- sumed by the government. ScJimid tries to tlriuii up i business ED110NTON (C'PI Thcl Alberta government Ls making Uorst Scllmid, minister ot cul- ture, youth and recreation, into tlie acting industry minister for a two-week trip io Europe, it was announced today. Industry Minister Fred Pea- cock announced that Mr. Sch- STANDING DOWN Carrying a duffel bag and an electric fan over his shoulder, a soldier of the American Division prnpnres to leave base camp after a stand-down ceremony recently. Ths division is deactivated and its men rotated back to (ho or other units, depending on their time in the country. An electric fan is onf? of the soldier's most prized possessions in Vietnam's stifling "Standing down'' means taking time oH. whenj Frfinch js the tangimfie. But Uiese efforts required con- tinuing valuation and change. j This was aj] area in which so- scientists could contribute. Ono member of the audience LI1L' JiOvlTJim as acting industry minister. The objectives of the trip will be to meet with foreign bu.si- j nessmen to help the province establish new overseas mar- kets and to investigate the pos- sibility of Scandinavian busi- ness leaders visiting Alberta. Edmonton man new publisher EDMONTON (CP> 11. market i n g director and assistant to the pubishler of Ihc Journal, has been ap- pointed publisher of the Brant- ford Expositor. The Ontario daily newspaper was officially acquired by Southam Press Ltd. on Nov. 15. Bora in Calgary, Mr. Wheat- ley, now 42, was educated there and joined the Herald's circula- tion department in 1945, later moving to the advertising de- partment. Ho served in the Southam sales office in Toronlo from 1051 to i960 and then came Io the Journal .is ad- vertising manager. He will be replaced as assis- tant to the publisher at the Journal by William Ncwbig- ging formerly news editor. kislaii ifroblem s near I'om AI'-Rnilcr a partv spokesman re- NlilW DELHI iCP) Prime; ported Minister Indira Gandhi The spokesman, who cave re- Icadors (if IXT ruling poiters an official briefing on psrty thai the- kfist Paki-, remarks made by Mrs. Gandlii st.an problem be solved in to the- executive fl month or even i C'unmiHer of pnrliamentariiiiis KINGSTON. Ont. i'CP'1 "IV non-capital murder trial of K' Kingston penitentiary prisoner.- was told here tjiut s o m r oi the accused had subjected other prisoners to merciless healings during a riot at the prison las! April. A witness, paroled from the prison since !hn riot, lesiifuyl he had seen a number nf the ar- oused slam follow com ids inln helplessness with iron bars and other torture while other prison- ers looked on. "All (the In be dead." the wit- ness told the Onuirin Supreme Court trial, now in its t! week. Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO SOS Vlfi Si'Sl IrVhlWtdgt is I. prisoners Ti r are charged in the f-f p r J o n e r s Brian cjii-.T, and Bert.rand Robert. have testified that Kr.-cr find Robert. with other Ko-rnlle.'i undesirables, worr in n circle of chairs and beiik'n during the four-dav iCPi A non-capi- ta! ni n r d e r charge against Sranloy -I; nics :M, nf lic- fiina. Iia.s been reduced by the crown to of friniinal nop- in tin: shooting Sept. lo fif Kvolyn Anno a recent resident of Calgary. Lnxny entered no plna Io thn reduced charge in city trato'.s court and remand- ed to Xov, 111. LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT EXHIBITION IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA The annual meeting of Hip tETHBRIDGE AND DIS- TRICT EXHIBITION will be hold at 8 p.m. TUESDAY, November 30, 1977 in flu? Room of flic Exhibition Pavilion, Tho reports from the President and BoorrJ of Direc- tors and also the auditor's finanrinl statement will be presented Io fhe meeting. I. E. ANDREWS GENERAL MANAGER belonging to her party, said the i prime minister was emphatic that the problem would be set- J tied a two-month time j she did not I spell out how. i "World opinion is in our favor the prime minister also was quoted as saying. The prime minister's coin- menu were an extension of a statement she made Monday to a meeting of Congress party parliamentarians at which she said India would wait to see what the Western leaders with whom she had conferred abroad would do to help defuse the cri- sis before taking any independ- ent action. l-'ACK WAR Sulum M o h a m m a ti Khan, Pakistan's foreign said in Washington Monday! after talks with U.S. State Sec- retary William Rogers that India and Pakistan were facing a state of war. An Indian spokesman said Monday 133 Pakistani soldiers were killed last Friday in the liipyest border clash since the build-up of troops along both sides of the Indo-Pakislan bor- der bepan after the suppression of the Bangla Desh secessionist movement in East Pakistan. The Pakistan foreign minister paid that only Pakistan had prevented (he border situa- tion from getting out of hand. He blamed the border tea-ion nn qucrrilhis entering Pakistan v.ith Indian military .support. "What wp are actually facing is a state of ho .said. In Ka.-t. Pakistan, an Ameri- can Roman Catholic priest, was shot (n death. 'flic U.S. consulate-general in paid Hov. William Kvjin, was killed Saturdav 20 miles east of the Pakistani capi- tal while travelling to gar Tor services. Support your local INDEPENDENT GROCER HALIK' 642 13th STREET NORTH, LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 328-5742 GET PERSONALIZED SERVICE FREE DELIVERY TOO! 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