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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE lETIIHRlrjOE ME8AID Fmltiy, November 19, 1971 a bill. I'ltri Dem. Wis.. Javiis (Hop. Treasury Sivrctsr.1 naily let it be known Tuexlay i r.luht in remarks the I New Yi.-k I'Vonomic Club that tl: ng nation to help the interna- tional monetary impasse. quote-! tV'.q statement by Connelly: "T; e. I'ni'cd Sates is willing lo talk about anything. Nothing is sncrf-1.'1 responded system by closing the gold window, cur- rencies of most major countries floated against each other without fixed exchange rates. i soon. undervalued currencies rising higher in relation to the dollar. Hut agreement on the type tf realignment sought still appears far away. Connaily has called a meeting of finance ministers and central bankers of the II) major non-Coiniaimi.-t nations including Canada in Rome 30-Dec. 1 lo consider a solution. But treasury officials remain skeptical one can be reached the rnikd would he v.ui-j charge brings remand ing to negotiate a dollar dtval- I o d for Eiui Bennett at Kiwiberley KLMBKPiI.lCY, B.C. (CP) received ransom Ear! Kitchener Bennett, 54, mands and Bennett was n dues nut i ir.lrodueed by Henry JU'liss Ui raise the price OE gold. -Noth- ing in the remark.; by Secretary Connaily ihe Xc'.v Yi T'T on Tuesdiy should K- con-iiv-ed to roiicct V.'Ol'U) RAISE IT.ICE charged with kidnapping in the disappearance more than two years ago of lo year old tenced to three years tempted extortion. de- sen- for at He was arrested last week on Philip Porter, was remanded to i his release from prison aftei Nov. M when he made a brief! serving 3i months of the three aice Thursdav. year term and was charged court appea A date for preliminary hear- ing is expected lo set at Bennett's next court appear- A police spokesman said it is doubtful (lie hearing will proceed before the new year. Bennett is free on bail. The Porter boy disappeared in June of when he left his in Kinibcriey on an errand fjr his mother. The with kidnapping. Philip Porter is still missui' TOKYO (API dents, attacking with fire bombs, burned down twin res- taurants in Ilibiva Park in cen- tral Tokyo today ?nd a watch- ing guard collapsed and died of a heart attack, police reported. In protest plans for a continued U.S. mili'ary pres- ence in Okinawa, the radicals Second look shows fanners too much OTTAWA (CP) The govern- i mcnt has asked 4.168 Prairie farmers to give back some of the money the government gave them last year to reduce wheat j crops. i J.larcel Lessard, parliamen- j I secretary to Agriculture' Minister H. A. Olson, told the Commons Thursday night that of those farmers. 528 have re- turned Ihe money as requested j HUNGRY CHILDREN Destitute and homeless Jakarta residents, both youngsters and adults, reach through a gate at the presidential palace Thursday. They are wait- ing for the annual presidential handout of freo rice on the Idul Fitri Moslem holiday. price r. Radical stu- i groups of students hurled flame ,-ncl 360 have justified their orig- bottles on railway tracks at two jna] receipts, places, temporarily disrupting Mr. Lessard said he did not service. know bow much money was in- STOP WORK volvcd. Brief work stoppages ham-1 In a reply to Alf Cleave (NDP percd transportation and some ha other services throughout the! the agriculture department is career day. I sonsulting justice department Forty-four major unions and j officials about what to do about TORONTO (CP) Proposed! The system used now, de federal changes in Canada's scribed as rail grading, is clone beef-grading system drew op- posing opinions Thursday from spokesmen connected with the industry. Two representatives of the Ontario Beef Packers Associa- tion criticized the move, de- signed to identify the fat on a tacks on police around Tokyo's capital. About 500 students were Polite rc-.-oi'teil they hsd ar- rested persons in Tokyo and l.SSii co'.mtry-wide. Other grovps rf students skir- mished with pnhrc in fhe famed district, setliim fires on the f-'rre'.s and overturning I'ol'.cc foushl back with udents armed with steel pipes stormed a railway station in downtown Tokyo, in- juring five employees. Other more than 100 smaller ones took part in the short, staggered stiikes, uthorities said. There have been almost daily demonstrations for weeks against the U .S .-.I a p a n e s e agreement, and five police have been killed. rnost -Ispanese want Okinawa and the other islands of Ihe Ryiikyu chain returned, by eye by government graders. Carcasses are classified as red, blue, commercial or utility. The new system would call lor a knife cut between the llth and 12lh rib lo determine the amount of fat cover. F. E. Payne, director of the livestock division of the federal department, defended the pro- posal. "The consumer wants less and less fat, and this is a method to identify the fat and to categorize the carets accord- ingly and let the market deter- mine what it lie said in an interview. "I don't know where anyone would get the to .forage and other wilinm Puddv. speaking for j the packing group, toid a news the unanswered requests for re- payments. The money was sent to form- el's under the one-year program saying it would result in higher prices to the consumer. However, a federal depart- ment of agriculture spokesman and smother for the Ontario Beef Improvement Association named L.T.F.T. (Lower Inven- defended the proposal. The first ton' For Tomorrow) at the rate said it would likely reduce of ?G for each f.cre turned from prices and the ether said it wheat, which was glutting world would not increase them. 'Please play it cool9 Indians jeer mayor VICTORIA (CP) Mayor Courtney Haddock of Victoria was jeered Thursday when he told delegates to a meeting of the British Columbia Associa- tion of Non-status Indians that they should "play it cool" and not be influenced by "unruly elements" among them. "Please play it pleaded Mayor Haddock as (he dele- gates moved into a discussion of human rights. "Militant minorities shouldn't impose on majorities. Indian people would be well advised His remarks met with laughter and hoots. The mayor said his ancestors lived in sod huts when they came to Canada and were grateful for the assistance Indi- ans gave Ihem. "Bui don't be influenced by unlawful or unruly ho cautioned. ''There are ways you can gain your objectives without that." INTEUIIUI'TS MAYOR Jim Sinclair, president of the. Metis Society of Saskatchewan, interrupted the mayor and said: "I can talk to you about peo- ple living in sod huts. I am hearing these words from some- one who probably lives in a who is tell- ing us to play it coo] and crawl back to our sod huts." Protests about Mr. Haddock's speech increased and despite Sulphur snub Strom en-ops or left in fallow. those protesting claim the check on the acreage swit agreement gives no assurance that nuclear weapons will be re- moved from the island. Tliev also claim it will continue to serve as a major U.S. military base. ECKANKAR Ancient Science of Soul Travel Condemmed by Churchmen IN MY SOUL i AM FREE" has become a best seller In the U.S. For yoor copy send to: BOX 1053 tETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Special In Effect Until Sat., Nov. 20th AVAILABLE ONLY BETWEEN 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Available At Both Locations 210 3rd Ave. S. 328-6056 1607 Mayor Magrath Dr. Ph. 327-8255 OPEN DAILY AT A.M. conference the traditional operation for 35 tho simplest and most effective. His colleague, Leonard Prus- v, concurred. Both described the proposed new system as grading done by a which would result in loss of beef because some of Ihe meat culd become discolored and have to be ait away. They said the price would have to be increased, with the consumer paying more. CALGARY (CP (-Opposition Leader Harry Strom said Thursday he is "exuc.nely dis- appointed" with the Alberta government's decision to drop a proposal for voluntary stock- piling of sulphur by producers hi the province. It wrs proposed last July by Mr. Strom's party, the former Social Credit government, but scrapped earlier this week by the new Progressive Conserva- tive government. Bill Dickie, mines and miner- als minister, said the plan could place producers in a position where they might be prosecuted by the federal government. "He was commenting on re- ports that the issue of sulphur stockpiling in Alberta had Ireen raised in the combines investi- gation branch of the federal government. Mr. Strom, in the city to at- end the two day annual con- vention of the Alberta Social Credit League Friday and Sat- urday, said the plan was initi- ated because his party wanted to get some order "into the stockpiling of sulphur." were doing that as government. It was not some order in stockpiling of sulphur that has been going on for some time." The Conservative move, he said, has "much more ramini- cations that one would think- first on the economy and sec- ondly on the environment, if the operators should happen to get careless." Stockpiling was suggested by the former Social Credit gov- ernment because it hoped to correct a serious over supply situation which has resulted in in fire sale prices on the world sulphur market. the restlessness of tho audience the mayor took the microphone again to point out that lie was invited to the meeting. "I welcome you to the capital of B.C. All I am saying is do it in a lawful and proper way and you will get what you want. I have come up the hard he said. "I am the same as you are. I went through the depres- sion. The people of Canada are beginning to recognize are making good ground. "This is the first exposure in 32 months I have had to Indian problems. But please, please, don't be impulsive because there are 20 million people in Canada." CALLED 'ASTONISHING' Harry Daniels, vice-president of tho Alberta Metis Associa- tion, described Mayor Had- dock's actions as "an astonish- ing performance." "How can anyone respect, white society when a leader comes to one of our meetings and puts on a performance liio thai? "No Indian leader would be- have in such a patronizing and condescending way at a white man's meeling." Len Maraclc, executive direc- tor of the B.C. organization, said Mayor Haddock likely didn't know how much he helped the meeting. "He displayed the type of pa- ternalism we have been hearing for too long. 'You be good little boys, good little Indian boys' is what he was saying. "Now wo know what people are thinking. Unwittingly, the mayor has given us something we can all relate to." Weather and road report SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET II 42 agreement that attempted to be drawn up by the com- panies. For that reason. I think it is silly to suggest they could be breaking the combines legi- slation bocp.use they weren't en- Lethbridtje Medicine Hat a[ Pincher Creek an Calgary tile opposite. fat it should cost the producer less lo raise a lean animal with- out unwanted fat.'1 Graham Headley of Hie tario Beef Improvement elation shared Mr. Payne's view. He srid in an interview "On- tario beef producers are in favor of the proposed adding that the association has conducted research into the pro- posal and "we do not think it should raise the price of beef." .02 L Pro 35 35 31 41 23 19 3G tcrin.a into an agreement. Vancouver II was government to gov- j Prince Alber eniment trying to establish i Saskatoon Swift Current Rcgimi ,01 Winnineg (Jean air Edmonton Banff...... Peace' River Grande Prairie 47 40 .33 I n Penticlon Prince George 45 36 34 32 39 25 55 39 36 23 50 43 57 41 ilenry Jackson, year old Dem- ocratic senator from Wash- ington, announced his canrii' dacy Friday for the Dem- ocratic presidential nomina- tion. TABKR (HXS1 A last, and for many, nostalgic look, at Tabcr's Central School before the ''old girl" goes down under the demolition ball, will be Returning For One Night Only By Popular Demand FEATURING THE GOLDEN VOICE of DENNIS CLANCY AND THE DANCING FINGERS of ARTHUR SPINK SCOTLAND'S STAGE, TV and RECORDING STARS THREE SHOWS LEGION MEMORIAL HALL SAT., NOVEMBER 20th at 9 p.m. FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS taken here Saturday afternoon. The 1910 brick, three storey building, is being replaced with a modern open leaching area school Just north of the old school. Following the occupancy of the new school, the old Central will go down in the wake of progress. The open house will take place from 2 to 7 p.m. Many present and former teachers, students and admini- strators will "shed a tear" at the old school's passing. Said school principal Willian: n. Eroadfoot: "Central School will soon be only something to remember. But if even1 one comes out to the program and open house, they will at least have something to remember Hra old school by." Tho program will be held in the W. R. Myers High School auditorium Ihs same evening at o'clcck with former gradu- ate and now public school trus- tee Hay B. Kvanson the master of ceremonies. acts -Kupchanko CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta Clean Air and Clean Wa- ter acts have deficiencies which make parts of them un- enforceable, says the pollution control director of the Alberta environment department. Eugene Kupclianko declined to indicate what aspects are unenforceable, but said regula- tions under the acts were all taken from the old Public Health Act. Regulations drafted during the summer by department en- gineers have not been put into effect, he told an adult educa- tion meeting. Current, regulations un- der the clean air act make de- tailed reference lo control of smoke and other visual pollu- tants, but no mention of car- bon monoxide, odors, oxides of nitrogen and oxides of sulphur. Legislative amendments are required, he said, and objec- tives should be to ensure: Polluters pay for damage they do; is controlled with- in the offending plant, rather than trying to clean the en- vironment later; monitoring qual- ity is increased; companies often run and rerun analysis until they get tho desired re- sulls. Control of fecdlots is also re- quired, he said. One cow is ca- i pahle of producing organic wastes equivalent to nine or 10 J persons. Tcronto OUawa Mon'.real St. John's Halifax CharlGltetowu Fredericton......39 21 Chicago........60 37 New York......fil Miami..........78 Los Angeles .62 San Diego......62 Las Vegas......49 Phoenix........56 .03 .17 Rome Paris....... Lrndon Berlin Amsterdam Brussels..... Madrid..... Mosccw Stockholm Tokyo...... FORECASTS I.cUibridi'c-Mrilicine Hal Today: S ti n n y. becoming cloudy by noun with a few evening niinshowers. Strony gusty westerly winds. IjOws tonight 25-30. Saturday: Sunny. Strong west winds. Highs 50-55. Calgary Today: Rainshow- ers this afternoon and evening. Winds brisk westerly and gusty. Lows tonight near 25. Saturday: Sunny. Brisk north- west winds. Highs near 60. Kootenay, Columbia Today and Saturday: Cloudy with a periods of rain or wet snow. Winds at times fresh southerly. Highs today and Sat- urday near 40 with low tonight about 30. Behlen Farm and Rcnch Elevator 'the hub of successful feeding' I A complete factory engineered tmiin handling centra for cattle, hog, and poultry feeders. H aboul our "Trade-Grain" or "5-yeaf" Finance 12tii N-blast OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESV OF AM A WASHINGTON (API China's 12th nuclear Wast, re- ported to have, been touched off in the atmosphere Thursday, is being vieurd by ob-sen'ors here as another step Peking's nro- gram for quick nuclear develop- ment. Although they don't tie Ihe event directly lo Peking's re- cent mlmlssion to the United Nations, the observers ncknowb will not hurl the Asian giant's prestige as it seeks to line up the third-world vote in the Inter- national organization. The U.S. Alf mio K'lorgy Com- mhsion said the lest, conduced in western China was about the size of Ihe atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima by Ihe United Mates. That would make it smaller than the ly. Banff Rad'nrn highway generally bare vith i inch rif snow, plowed and sanded. Banff Jasper highway receiv- ed -I inches of snow, has somo drifting snow and slippery lions. Snow tires or chaiis are required whTe Iravcl'ing over that the blast lasl test more than n year ngo. j All highways in Uie bridco district are bare and in good winter driving condition. Highway I, Calgary to Banff, bare and in good condition. Banff lo Golden receive 1 2 inches of new snow, plowed and s.-ra'ed. Go'de.'i to liove'sleke received 4 of s''ow, i 1' e-i I sections, poor vhibili-1 11 n! 1 ail: !.i ;.c e .s i... .ij. POUTS OF KNTHY (Opening and Closing Colitis 24 hours; Cnrwny (i a.m. lo fl p.m. MST; Del P.imila a.m. lo f> p.m.; Hooseville, 11.C. (t a.m. to 5 p.m.; Kingsgale. B.C., HI hours; Porthlll Icykcrls 8 a.m. to midnight, Chief Mountain closed. Wlldhorse, R a.m. lo 5 p.m. Ixignn Pass closed. ;