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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 tHt LE1HBRIDOE MEUAID Thursday, Novomb.r 18. 197) Soci'cds to discuss ways and means of keeping party alive, healthy "alive and with a new loader lo hi' December, 19CII, after Premier leat bv tlic Pro-i keeping minus in thei healfhv." i Chosen fall after a legisla- election I "We arc .-.nil kicking." said live session in opposition party leader Hanv Slnnn, Mr. Strom. E. Manning stepped down. Mr. Slrom said the Social 58-year-old far-1 Credit fall-down was not as ser- iis _ to around." mer who once was agriculture i :ions as some observers VlTK.'TlI'TMVll I. I1'MI. affairs minister. The party But Mr. SI rum, whose leader-, ship may qncMioncd at the convention, said il is necessary yv J Border tension increases won only 25 of 7fi became Social Credit leader in legislature seats, hut it gained more voles than it did in the. election when it won 55 of 05. UlSAliKKK.MKNT UKKI.Y Tlier" is expected to be dis- agreement between the parly's old and new members centred lo "review policy positions in relation to I he philosophy we've had for many years Parly sources indicate thai any attempt to force a leader- ship decision here will fail. They snggiwi Mr. Strom will probably step do1.1.11 voluntarily after a policy meeting next Trim heads MOW DELHI (Renter1 A furl her incursion into Indian territory by Pakistani troops in- creased tensions today along the Indo-I'akistan border. The border-crossing report, j ers. who suffered heavy losses, Inrli-j fiiil PT1 Indiana were raised in East Pakistan, crossed A West Bengal stale govern- into the Mizo 'hills district of ment spokesman in Calcutta de- Assam from the Chittagong hill tract of East Pakistan Monday. Indian border security force personnel beat back the intnid- scrihed the situation as tense along I he entire West Bengal border with East Pakistan be- cause of several shelling ind- .....utj _...........___ _ dents during the last few days. hv'the Press Trust of India.'was j said PT1. Two Indians were i The spokesman said the situa- SEOUL. Nearly Router i ne men i the second Indian allegation of Pakistani troop incursions in two days. The news agency in another report said British Prime Minis- ter Edward Heath had written a their 'long hair trimmed in Oeto- strong letter to President Yahya urging him to seek a polit- her during a crackdown on "de- cadent trends." Culture .Minis-! (ter Chu V u n g announced Wednesday. Other targets of the crackdown included body paint- pornography, record icat solution with the eastern re- killed. Pakistani light machine- tion had been aggravated by gun and rifle fire continued across the border until early Tuesday. Monday, a government spokesman said Ilia Pakistani troops were killed when a force of almost men attacked an Indian border post in West Ben- obscene and drug trafficking. sporadic sabotage activities by Pakistani agents in border dis- tricts. Reports reaching New Delhi said there had been three ca.se.5 of Pakistani troops firing across the ceasefire line in Kash- mir since Sunday. Meet some of the wacky, wonderful charcters on cur street! gion's elected leaders. j Eal Fridav -Meanwhile, Indian Prime Quoting official sources in b Minister Inchra Gandhi issued a Shillong Ihc Press Trust of, uas.onc statement denying that she had India said Pakistani troops and scveral vlolent hordcr mch j told the executive committee of a para-military force dents reported Tuesday. her ruling Congress parly Tucs- --------------------------------'----------------------------------------------------j day that Uie East Pakistan cri- sis would be solved within one or two months, or even earlier. on long-time party member Alt Hooke. Mr. Hooke, one of lire original members elected when Social Credit swept to power in 1935, said he lias been told informal- ly that his membership has been revoked by the league. He said he intends to attend the convention anyway. Mr. Hooke, a cabinet minis- ter for many years until Mr. Slrom became the party lead- er, said he has two league memberships and isn't sure which one will be revoked. Mr. Strom has criticized Mr. youth group. Hooke for claiming that the Al- berta party under Mr. Strom isn't a true Social Credit or- ganization. The party's constitution will probably undergo some change at the convention. One sugges- tion is that the powers of the party's six area councils be broadened to allow them to es- tablish commitlces to assist the 25 Social Credit MLAs. Another calls for a fourth vice-presi- 30 years of age- in each constituency organiza- tion in a move to form a party every day storting Monday, Nov. 22 in the Jjm LetlilnidgC Herald Firs! election al Whilecourl WHITECOURT (CPi Thir- teen candidates were nomi- nated for six council seats when nominations closed for ihis first civic election. ,lohn Dahl. who was unup- as cnndidalp Tor ma vnr. f.lprieH by rnnlly 3 rliange in -jgfcs fnr niik'f nnrlhoFl n! rdmonlon. Ipnnrr- ly nprrafcd by a board ot acl- mtnistralors. Mr. DaM was board chairman. Election day is Dec. 15. PUBLIC HEARINGS On the Environmental Impact of Strip Mining in Alberta ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION AUTHORITY Ihr EnWonnwnl Conrflrv.iiron Authority will hnlcJ 3 seiics_ol publiL he.-tnngr, on the Environmrntiil Irnpjct of Slnp mining oooiutionr. in Alberta. TiiR series of public hearings will have ac. iheir fouir. t.o.-ji rlrip n-.-iiog activities, with particular referencs to surf. ice reclamation and water ihed integiity. Hp.nings will b? held at G-andr- Pniiie Monday. December 13th, i'J7J commencing oil tj.m, in Uis York Howl, Subsequent hearings will be held at: Lethbridqg Wednesday, Decsmbpr 15, commencing at a.m. in Hie Gym I! Room of ths Civic Sporti trfmonton Friday. Dsccmbcr 17. 1971 commencing at A.M. in the Sorij! Hocm oi the Northern Alberta Jubi'ce Auditorium. Cdl-Jty Dcr..-mhi-r 1H7I >x-'.ii Room of the Southein i nrjivicluaU and ar? IndlKnrJsnd r'a' bncis. !n ordrr to iv.r-f.t In the scheduling, c! an intention to present a brief would be appreciated, Request; for nr ctiser sisistsnce sfiould to: The Envircnment Conservaticn Telephone; 432-2247 10W, 620 Seventh AvenueSAVr Alberta Telephone; 268-3577 SIMPSONS-SEARS to. Fresh and Pretty Sheets -PREST Polyester Cotton! of "Morning Glory7'' Pretty Morning Glory (lowers Interpreted here on smooth, fresh sheets of 50% cotton and polyester blend. LMoc, Gold or Pink on snowy white ground. Flat sheets and cases ore bordered and piped. 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