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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIO Wcdneidoy, November 10, 1970 stipplses DACCA (CP) Swiss nnd Gorman aircraft ferried in tons of relict supplies today and President Nixon allocated million to the international re- habilitation effort for survivors of the cyclone and tidal waves that inundated a large area of East Pakistan six days ago. China will donate million worth of aid, the New China news agency reported. It said one-third of the donation would be in cash while the rest would be in relief supplies. The number of dead remained Incalculable. The govcnmoni confirmed but unofficia' estimates were from to the Pakistani relief commissioner, A. M. Anisuzza man, said ho could neither chal- lenge nor confirm them. Criticism mounted in Dacca that not enough is being done to help save hundreds of thousands of survivors. The pro-government n e w s- THE HUNGRY SURVIVORS-A woman gestures to photographer to show that she is hungry, in Manpura, East Ths community was at the centre of fhs storm which caused thousands of deaths. This woman and others have nothing to eat except some rotten rice. paper Horning News said: "This is an unpanilielled na- tional disaster ancf should, be treated as such.... At least let us not fail the survivors." The Pakistan Observer, an in- dependent daily owned by for- mer foreign minister Hamidul Huq Cboudhury, claimed "relief goods arriving from foreign countries remain dumped in Dacca as no carrier is available to airdrop them.. Therefore, relief has not reached thousands of survivors in Use offshore is- lands even six days after the disaster." Dozens of small islands in the Bay of Bengal were still un- touched by relief workers. Sur- vivors told reporters their drinking water came from pools befouled by bodies of human beings and cattle, and their only food was rotting rice kernels they burned before eating to kill the stench. Oificials discounted reports of widespread cholera in the stricken area. "The incidence o? cholera Is insignificant compared to other problems of relief said Dr. Wiley Mosley, chief of epi- demology of the cholera labora- tory run by Pakistan and the Southeast Asia Treaty Organiza- tion. A Boeing 707 from West Ger- many brought in 25 tons of tents, clothing, blankets and medicine, then took off for Tur- key to get another load. Two other German planes with 19 tons of goods were due tonight. Other planes were on their way from the United States, Britain, France, Iran and other countries. Two civilian helicopters from the American aid mission in Nepal were being flown to Dacca, and four cargo helicop- ters were en route. But despite President Agha Mohammed Yahya Khan's pledge to "give all help and re- lief to the only Paki- stani aircraft participating in relief work Tuesday was a heli- copter that Anisuzzaman said had to be grounded for mainte- nance after 14 hours aloft. Two small planes with less than two tons' cargo capacity were scheduled to start dropping sup- plies today. Relief officials conceded the effort was far short of what was needed. Correspondents reported from Barisol, on the mainland to the east of the major impact area (hat survivors surrounded local relief headquarters demanding supplies be dropped in. Students marched through Dacca demanding Hast Paki- stan be declared a calamity area. Anisuzzaman said his most jressing needs to organize sufficient relief program 'are 'helicopters, helicopters and lelicopters." Some people had remarkable escapes. Many of those who lived on Manapura hugged trees as the wind and the waves mer- cilessly thrashed them. The flesh on their chest and stomach was nibbed raw. Seek agency to collect, dispose of old car bodies EDMONTON CCP) The Ubcrf.a Association of Munici- >al Districts and Counties SUPER SAVINGS AT THRIFTWAY DRUGS PENNY PINCHERS SALE A Beautiful 20-PIECE Set OF DINHERWARE 4 SETTINSS OF 5 PIECES EACH A V. DlfflER PLATI A KSEAl OR SOUP SOW. A mm m mm A CUP A SAUCER PROTEIN 21 4 oz, SHAMPOO SUGG. IIST 117 _ I I I 7tt Reg. Diy or Oily SUGG, 1ST CO 1.5S I.DO 200 x 2 PlY KLEENEX 5 Colors SUGG. LIST 2 FOR 3 boxes 51 USB CONTAC-C COLD CAPSULES SUGG. IIST ,1.49. 890 BAG OF BOWS 25 G Only GIANT SIZE HERSHEY BARS SUGG. IIST 3 FOR 1.00 NOW ONtY w for VASELINE INTENSIVE CAR! IOT10N nsr 14-az, ONIY 4 57 I I LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC 15 a. SUSG L1SI 1.39 LOZENGES ListeriM. Oiange or LYSOl Disinfectant and Deodorizing Soroy 14-01. SUGG. IIST 1.39 THURSDAY SPECIAL KING SIZE Ctn of 4MQ REGULAR Ctn of ONLY Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Open Sundays ond Holidays 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. SUPER SAVINGS AT "YOUR I.D.A. AND REXALL DRUG STORf" 702 13lh Street North Phone 327-0340 SUPER SAVINGS AT THRIFTWAY DRUGS Tuesday asked tte provincial government to study the fea'si- biEty of selling up a central agency to collect and dispose of old car bodies. The suggestion was contained in a resolution proposed by the County of Lacombe and ap- proved at the association's an- .nual convention. The resolution said: "The sight of old car bodies scattered about our province is a sorry testimony to the inade- quacy of present provisions for dealing with this type of wa'ste which is presently accumulat- ing to the point where it is a public disgrace." Other resolutions approved Tuesday urged that non-return- able bottles be banned and that second-hand school buses be re- painted sold to other own- ers. Confusion, arising from the familiar yellow color of school buses transferred to private use, had led to accidents, a resolution said. FBI AGENT CHECKS GOVERNOR'S HOT 11NE FOR BUGS-An FBI agent checks tne wiring of Georgia's Gov. Lester Maddox's "Hot Line" phone for "bugs" after a copyrighted column by Jack Anderson, the successor to Drew Pearson, charged that the phones that link about 30 of the natio n's governors national defence centres, "have been transformed secret listen! ng devices." Opposition denounces plans to change public order bill OTTAWA (CP) Oppositioi parties delivered a desk-thump- ing Commons denunciation Tuesday of what spokesmen de scribed as the government's en trenched resistance to sug gested changes in the propose! public order bill. Eldon Woolliams gary North) said that withou some of these changes, the Pub- lic Order (Temporary Mea sures) Act, 1970, would give the government "the same kind o powers as were handed to Adol Hitler." Debate on the public ordei bill is not expected to resumi until next Monday. Today am Thursday the House is to debati a Conservative motion scoring government economic policies On Friday it is to adjourn for the funeral of Bernard Pilon the government whip and MP lor Chambly whb died Tuesday The primary aim of Mr. Wool liams, a Calgary lawyer, and that of David Lews York South) was to force the government to set up a review Mard to protect civil rights under the act, which replaces regulations under the War Mea- sures Act invoked Oct. 16 to deal with terrorism in Quebec. Both MPs moved amend ments calling for the creation of such a board. Mr. Lewis's was defeated, Mr. Woolllams's is yet to be voted on. Opposition Leader Eobert Third reading for bottle bylaw CLAHESHOLM proposed bylaw against, the sale of soft drinks in non-re- turnable bottles was given first, second and Biird readings by Claresholm town council Tuesday. In p r o p o s ing the bylaw, Claresholm Mayor Ernie Pat- terson said "I'm very disturb- ed about broken glass bottles which are becoming more fre- quent in the town. "The provincial and federal governments and various or- ganizations are only talking about the problem but are not doing anything about it." ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 3J8-4095 The bylaw calls for a maxi- mum fine of for any local retailer selling soft drinks in non-returnable bottles. Council was told many peo pie pickup returnable bottles but leave non-returnable bot ties because there is no profil in them. A Claresholm retail owner said he had gone exclusively to the sale of soft drinks in non- returnable bottles because re- turnable bottles are too much of a nuisance. "If the bylaw comes Mo ef feet, we may have to go to canned pop sales." Another store owner suggest cd they should go after the manufacturer, "It isn't fair to go after the retailer because people can still buy pop in non-returnable bottles outside the town limits." CAPRI IS HERE 71 en AVSNUE i HI, imrr, titt STIIIT t iii AviNjr, iiTHiimsr. ALIISU Ph. 327-5763 Stanfield made what many MPs considered an exceptionally im- pressive speech, recommending a similar review procedure. But he was quick to dispel any no- tions that he might vote against the bill because the recommen- dation was rejected. .One cannot possibly jus- tify powers being granted in this bill without some re- course, without providing some right of Mr. Stanfield said as the Commons continued dause-by-clause study of the bill. I say this House would be derelict in its duty in creat- ing the powers set forth without setting up a reasonable source of review." Mr. Stanfield said outside the Commons, however, that he would vote for the bill it reaches third and final reading as he supported it at first and second rending. The Conservative party had Politician Luxd has problem CALGARY (CP) Don Luz- zi, for 12 years an outstanding lineman with Calgary Stani- peders of the Western Football Conference, received the Social Credit nomination to contest the Calgary Buffalo constituency in the nest provincial election. But Mr. Luzzi has a problem is not a Canadian citizen. He does have landed immi- grant status and hopes to be- come a Canadian citizen soon. Under the election act candi- dates must be citizens by nom- ination day, which is set only after an election is called. The Social Credit government is not expected to call a general elec- tion before spring. The constituency Mr. Luzzi would contest was created dur- ing the last year by redistribu- tion. called on the government to produce temporary legislation to replace regulations tinder the War Measures Act and this now had been done. Justice Minister John Turner said the government opposes the creation of review, board because this was the sole re- sponsibility of the Quebec attor- ney-general. The provinces had the consti- tutional right to administer laws whether they were federal or provincial. Metric system aired OTTAWA (CP) The Senate banking committee today com- pie ted consideration _ of tiro weights and measures bill after passing one amendment limit- ing government authority to make arbitrary changes of indi- vidual units of measurement. The bill, which now goes back to the Senate for third reading and then to the Commons, would make the metric system as well as the common foot- pound-gallon system legal tor use in measuring length, weight and capacity. The metric system is a deci- mal measuring system based os the metre, litre and gram, A government policy paper tabled last January called for eventual conversion to tte metric system Paul Beseau, a justice depart- ment lawyer appearing as witness before the committee, suggested an amendment, to make it impossible for the gov- e r n m e n t to make changes within either measurement sys- tem. Under the bill as It stands, tha government could, theoretically, define a foot as 10 inches and still call 3G inches a yard. The amendment specifies that any change in one unit of mea- surement must be matched by corresponding changes in other units of measurement. Since Canada adheres to in- ternationally accepted measure- ment standards, the amendment in effect guarantees that Can- ada cannot depart from those standards without international agreement. In testimony Tuesday, Con- sumer Affairs Minister Ron Basford explained the proposed bill is designed to modernize ex- isting weights and measures legislation, and that unless Can- ada adopted the metric system it would end up as an "island in a metric sea." Japan and many European nations USB the met- ric system. Weather and road report NOON 00 ABOVE 12-00 SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET Lethliridge.......J2 30 Pincher Creek 45 34 Medicine Hat 38 31 .02 Edmonton....... 34 6 Jasper.......... 37 24 Calgary......... 36 Cranbrook Victoria Penticton Prince Rupert Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Saskatoon Eegina Winnipeg....... Thunder Bay Toronto 41 Ottawa..........38 Montreal........41 42 25 53 33 45 45 St. Johns Halifax...... Charlottetown Fredericton .02 Chicago 50 39 New York....... 49 40 Los Angeles 78 53 Miami......... 69 55 Las Vegas...... 60 38 San Francisco 66 53 Home......... 52 63 Paris......... 48 57 London....... 48 50 39 41 Amsterdam 41 50 Brussels......... 39 48 Madrid......... 47 54 Moscow......... 30 39 FOHECAST Lelhbritlge, Medicine Hat- Today: Frefjiient cloudy pe- riods with isolated snowflurr ries. Thursday: Mainly sun- ny. Lows near 15, highs 35- 40. Columbia, today with occasional snow in the Columbia district by eve- ning. Thursday cloudy with oc- casional snow and colder. Winds N15 Thursday. Highs to- day 35-40. Lows tonight 20-25. New cabinet appointed CAIRO (AP) President Anwar Sadat today named a new cabinet headed by Prime Minister Mahmoud Fawzi, who had resigned earlier this week. The new 32-man cabinet in- cludes four deputy prime minis- ters, including Foreign Minister Mahmoud Eiad, and Interior Minister Shaarawi Gomaa, in charge of public social services as well as his own ministry. The two other deputy prime ministers are Aziz Sidky for iroduction and commerce, and Sayed Marei for the ministries of agriculture, irrigation and and reclamation. Sidky also will head Hie ministry for petro- eum industries and mineral re- sources. Calgary firm contract EDMONTON (CP) Smith ?ros. and Wilson, Calgaiy, to- lay was awarded a 73 contract for site develop- m e n t, underground parking nnd related alterations to the Jalg'ary courthouse. There verc five unsuccessful bids for the contract from the Alberta public; works department. HE MOST RUGGED AND DURABLE HOG FEEDER ON THE MARKET -SIOUX- FIED> A-ROUND Comes in two sizes 30 bushel and 45 bushel capac- ity. Equipped with 12 extra sturdy, extra 14 gauge Boiler Plate Red lids. Extra large, extra JlureV Red Lids ore "A th thicker and 25 stronger than .tendard 16 gauge lid. The -SIOUX- Feed-A-Round Is mounted on a one inch boord ereosoted platform, and Is obiolutely (rouble free without Iroubleiemt ogitoton, ond handles oil types of includlnj ground feed, with the same high degree of effi- ciency. General Farm Supplies COUTTS HIGHWAY, IETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3165 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF A MA All highways in the Leth- snow in flic Banff area. Banlf bridge district are bare an3 to Golden has inch of snow, wet and in good winter driving with a few slippery sections and has been sanded. Golden to Revelstoke is plowed and sand- ed and snow tires are required While travelling over the Rog- ers Pass. Highway 1 Trans Canada liglnvay Calgary to Banff is bare and dry with a few lippcry sections and inch of PORTS OP ENTRY (Opening am! Closing Coulls M horns: Carway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. MST. Del Bsnita 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Rooscvillc, B.C. 9 a.m. to (i p.m.: Kingsgiitc, 0.1.. 24 lours; Porthill-Kykerti a.m. to miiWlght. Chief Mountain ciojjcti, Vildhorae, f) a.m. toSp.m. ;