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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TMI HW.AIO No xninlv dec ..ill V.' Milo; "h- tired Ci. n. Minran; Marvin Dahl of (i l-Hi votes for ir.'iimb.l defeating Victor) iUaM vi v ,n Viile-m 'chonl Board (three (nil count v cnunnl.Keiih Palmer. Raymond; John Koesc, Milk River; and How- aril Folkins, Warner, all by ac- cl.'imation. u, lm Hospital Boards (four mem- hoard The renrcsonta-! "ITS from iil chosen Dec :i I Acclamation; to Raymond 111 lluspital board, Paul K. More- Lit.d; lo Wrentham and Letn- MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF VUU.OW CHEEK Council MlNini'Al. IHSTRKT OF IMN'Clir.ll CHEEK Council (fivu dordon Stuck- ..........'reek; Hug guson, i'mcher Kobei Toney, Fincher Creek: and Thomas V. Hammond, Pincher Creek. Mr. Toney replaced re Itt i Otto Fischbuch. Elected: Hilton R. Pharis of Lundbreck 1148 voles for inc.i 'defeating F. Benton Murphy (831. Two councilors will be ap- I b r i d g e Municipal Hospital boards, John Moreland; lo the Bonier County Hospital board Milk Hivcr and the Loth- Pincher Creek; Hugh h r i d ge Auxiliary Hospital hoard, G. D. Minion; to Border ninty board, Elmer L. Brown- hospital LONDON I'APi Workeis protesting Britain's unemplov ment battled police Wednesday and sent a police liorse crashing to I he ground in a pitched battle in front of Parliament. Ten thousand union members, demonstrating against the worst jobless figures for more than !0 John Zoetc- pointed to the Willow Creek auxiliary hospital board. Two men from the M.D. of Pincher to Raymond board, Jim Hironaka. Fleeted: Albert Ainscough of River (211 votes) defeat- ing Mrs. Kathleen Anderson (43.'. MUNICIPAL DISTRICT years, st ormed Parliament Square, grappling with police cordons and smashing cars be- longing to members of the House of Ijords. At least 17 persons were ar- rested. A peaceful march through OF I downtown London turned into a Ol- TA1IER Council (seven and Ken- Acclamation: Ronald S. John- liohert R. n h rf Pincber I son, Barnwell: Clarence M. ci'cw r" Y- f Creek School Boaid. r, rxil R. Wicst. i incumbents. Fleeted: Lynn Wenbourne COUNTY OF FORTY MILE _ _ _________ _ Council (nine Taber area (101 voles) defeat- Acclamation; Russel Scratch, Hike Tutici (76 votes) to KRV soutn of Foremost: W. George riirrvr: Ken 'Weather- MeFall. Etzikom; Dan Vandcn fill a seat vacant for one year. Benjamin Fricsen of Vauxliall votes as mcum.) defeating Peter Unruh (49 Hospital Board (six Acclamation: Gerald Brewin. Grassy Lake-Burdett area, re- Conquerville area, all incum- bents. Eeleted: A tie to be decided -------------......._, by a draw between William placing retired Frank Brewin; fiouslev and Lylc Nattrass. j Thomas H. Addey, representing inc.. of Manyberries both with I tnc nlraj area ,94 'votes; Edward Torsher of j Or faber Mrs. Edm defeating J south Burdett area _ (73 i Hunter of Vauxhall votes) defeating John Vos, incumbent and Russell Bacon of Hays iincumb) area 11-'; Berg Foremost; William Gej Art and Anton Voeller, with 11! votes u-d vme wat'r. in: frank Eden, Gerald i.oree, in-, ard Arthur P. ivplacinc retired Ted Wear" F.'ccU'i George Whitelie.id nf Div. 3 (115 votes Dr Lee Anderson i73) replac- Inc retired Bob Lindsay. j0hn Vos, John Mezel Hospital Boards: to the anfj Ronald Lane O.resholm General Hospital! Frank Romcikc of Bow Head- Art Nelson. Claresholm, j area '67 votes for inc.i Bush. Claresbolm and i James W, Toole A M- Gibson, Stavely to High Babe for area north 7; a b e r, Barn- River General Hospital board, I Of Highway 3 '75 votes for inc.1 i (24i votes Kenneth Houltcn, Nanton Mac-1 defeating G if ford Woodcock deferitmg Earl leod General Hospital board. (371. Darrell Fniser, Fort Macleod, i_____ Ken Burdett. Fort Macleod. corNTY OF WARNER Council mine Acclamation: F. F. Pittman, Milk River: James P. Black- rr.er. Coutts; John H. Otlo. Warner: Leif Trockstad, New ilice blocked the a p proa c h'e s to Parliament Labor members in Ihe House of C o m m o n s unsuccessfully de- manded of the ses- sion of tho violence While fists fU-w between the police and the vanguard of the marchers- protesting ment figures almost certain to Lop tile million mark before in tail i of the column slashed tires and d mirrors from cars 'd along the route. Poverty reported EDMONTON (CI search into the serious problem of poverty in Albert; 1 from "gross1 two research associates for the Alberta Human Resources Re- search Council said Wednes- day. Jim MacMlllan and Ken Led- erer completed a study of pov- ghcttoix.ed in the central sector of the city." In that central core, the poor x-i-ia Mint... inadequacies, were so socially and physically INDIAN PRESIDENT SPEAKS OUT-George Manuel, president of the National Indian Brotherhood, tells on Ottawa press conference Wednesday that Indians are rapidly losing confidence in Indian Affairs Minister Jean Chretien. Mr. Manuel said the government is more con- cerned with its political image than it is with Indians. retien answers accusers erty in Alberta in February and discussed their report in an interview. "There are no earth-shatter- ing findings in the said Mr. Lederer, a masters' so- ciology candidate at the Uni- versity of Alberta. BROAD REVIEW It was merely a broad re- view of national and provin- cial finds to date, but it did make clear that the time is at hand for government to iackle the problem. "It should, by now. be abun- dantly clear that the total num- ber of poor in Alberta is some- what inconsequential to the mere fact that poverty does exist." Mr. MacMlllan and Mr. Led- erer said rural farm poverty is a problem of extreme magni- tude and severity, with (if) per cent of Alberta's farmers re- porting net incomes of less than in 1970. INVISIBLE The report, said that Edmon- ton and Calgary are in the first tages of a trend where the poor become "increasinglj isolated as to be virtually in- visible. The researchers refer to a "skid road concentration camp" in Edmonton a closed system in which transient men are recycled from one social agency lo anolher. The men found It "virtually impossible" to break out of the cycle and the services agencies were caught in the same circu- ar network "and seem almost as helpless as the men to ex- tricate themselves." I calling for Commons approval i of a report by a Commons cora- and Brah.ro Maclewl. Vandervalk. Fort There was election. for Grigor Cranford ment policies but because their thC] children are not welcome in the pen p l provincial schools. Indian Af- J the fairs Minister Jean Chretien 1 bill. 'ovcrament's lax change no school board OF VULCAN -1 seats'1: MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF CARDSTON Council (seven Acclamation: Harold Jensen, Cardston; Robert Arnold, Del Bonita: Keith Olsen, Glemvood; inauuii, v...... ...0, I and ,Shelion Rii'ie, Magrath, all Hubka, Carmangay; A. W. Ul-i Wrentham. incumbents, rich Champion; Ivan Haga. Elected: Larr.' Atkins ot Korman Henderson Vulcan: Robert S Irwin, I Warner (52 votes' defeating rf vieWi inciimb., Branf G C. McKay. Vulcan; Di-lhert Collin and Emii j (lefealing Ben olscn Andrew McAlister. Lomond; Gundlock I2H replacing re- COUNTY Acclamation: Ail 11 coun-.Dayton; Murray Holt, Ray- cilors were returned by accla-1 mond; D. L. Chnstensen Sari- including Frank E.! ing; and -Mrs. Elda Mueller, said Wednesday. In a vigorous Commons de- fence of his department's poli- cies, Mr. Chretien also said it made him angry when Alberta Conservative MPs accused him CENTRES ON CHARGES Wednesday's debate centred on charges by Harold Cardinal, leader of the Indian Association that Mr. Chretien is for a pro- provincial schools. That policy was adopted in 1961 ui.der tV Conservative government, ii-. Chretien said. He was taking part in an un- scheduled debate started by Frank Howard of Alberta 10-year-old blurts out secret dale of Nixon trip Cote, posties talks resume caticnal centre for the prorince in retaliation for Ihe Indians keeping their from classes. children away providing money for Indian cu> tural centres. One of the difficulties, Mr. Chretien said, was that some In- dian associations wanted money without being held accountable for it. But the government couldn't spend millions of dollar's without some rules being developed. He praised most of the Indian associations for doing a respon- sible job. Some preferred to stale their case over television and that wasn't the way things are done. The minister also made a plea to MPs and Indian leaders to avoid petty politics when dis- cussing v.hat he called Canada's SAX CLEMEXTE, C a! i I. (APi A 10-year-old source has jokingly blurted out to re- porters tha't President Nixon is scheduled to make his Pe- king trip in March. The White House promptly told reporters not to take the boy seriously. The word came from young David Kissinger, son of the president's national security adviser, in a joking ex- change with his dad and re- porters aboard the presiden- tial plane enroute to Califor- nia Wednesday night. But Ronald L. Ziegler. pres- idential press secretary, quickly scotched the report and told reporters: "If you take that be wrong." David startled his father. Henry M. Kissinger, when he came up with the date. Tiio bov was quickly ban- ished out of ''gilt, of the press. times 'in Parliament this week because the Alberta leader sup- ported his charges by quoting from what he said was a confi- dential cabinet document. Mr. Chretien made several OTTAWA (CPI Talks are unflattering references to Mr. 1 about to resume between Post-: Cardinal and his association. At master-General Jean-Pierre one point he said__Mr. Cardinal 193 Lorin Pitcher nf Wcolford-Spring Coulee area (87 votes) defeating Ken Bes- wick (M replacing re- tired James Ratke; David Wilde of Magrath (93 votes) de- feating Mike Schneyder (82 votes i replacing relired John Hocking. School Board (three Acclamation: Erick Hohm, Spring Coulee. Elected: Byron Smith in Dist. 1 West, incumb.. U15 Willard Brook in Dist. 7 11GO votes) defeating Grant Hmman saying he is willing to meet (98) Robert Russell Mis and their representatives for a frank Morris Shields (21. replacing; and open discussion, a union letned Dr. Fred Spackman. spokesman said today There are three Cardston The union replied "day in a councilors on the Cardslon hos- hand-dcuvcred letter that it also most pressing social and eco Mr Cardinal made his nomic problem, charges on a CBC-TV program Both Mr. Chretien and Mr. Sunday night. The matter subse-1 Cardinal were scheduled to ap- (luontly cropped up several j pear before the Commons In- dian affairs committee today to give their sides of the Alberta dispute. Mr. Howard accused the min- ister of failing to carry out his responsibility towards Ihe Al- berta Indians. All of 'their re- quests were in line with treaties master-General Jean-Pierre one point ne saio rar. uarumai signed with the federal govern- Cote and the Letter Carriers j had told a pure lie and at an- ment calling for schools and de- of Canada over the cur-1 other point said he was trying! cent living conditions, he said. on the hiring of I to build a red bureaucracy. j He said the minister was hold The minister also denied he ing bad; money for the cultura rent r.isp ece: vron m n s. (165 defeating Norris I casual labor by the pest office. The union received a letter laic Wednesday from Mr. Cote piUil hoard and t.liree on Magrath hospital hoard. the Cup of Milk fund donors e mnser aso e was withholding money from Al- centre until election year, a berta. He was interested in suit to the Indians. Death charge brings remand CALGARY (CP) Anton Szabo, 59, of Calgary was re- manded to Dec. 1 following an appearance in provincial court Wednesday on a charge of non- capital murder. The former Montreal resi- dent was charged last year af- ter police discovered the body of Rev. Joseph Hajdusik in a southwest Calgary home July 20, 1970. S'zabo has been con- fined to the Alberta Hospital at Ponoka since last December. Police said the victim died from a single bullet woundjn the chcsl from a hunling rifle. Weathe report Sl'.VRISE FRIDAY SUNSET ,Fthliridge Medicine Hat Calgary....... Pincher Creek Edmonton...... High Level....., Irandc Prairie Pentieton...... Prince Gorge Vancouver Prince Albert Moose Jaw..... Regina........ Winnipeg..... Toronto Ottawa....... Montreal....... St. John's Halifax...... Charlottetown Fredericlon New York Miami........ Los Angeles San Diego..... San Francisco Las Vegas 39 13 36 13 22 17 42 22 19 34 10 22 42 37 51 11 20 17 20 33 27 30 13 23 4 33 31 38 7 15 14 H 23 24 29 39 23 31 20 30 22 If, 12 .05 .02 .44 .03 5 .02 .00 [Phoenix 73 43 Rome...........61 43 Paris ............39 34 London 45 36 Amsterdam 39 23 Brussels........41 30 Madrid.........46 32 FORECASTS Lctlibridsc Today: Fog this morning with a chance of freezing drizzle. Sunny this afternoon. Lows 10-15. Fri- day: Stmny periods. Higlis 3S- Medicine Hal Today: Mostly sunny. Lows 10-15. Fri- day: Cloudy periods. Highs near 35. Calgary Today: Light snow accompanied by fog this morning. Lows 15-20. Friday: .07 Mainly cloudy. Sunny breaks in the afternoon. Highs 20-2o. K o o t e n a y, Columbia If, 12 I Today: Mainly cloudy. Periods 37 35 .86 of ra'in or wet snow in the Co- lumbia district. Friday: Mainly cloudy. Showers of rain or wet snow" in the evening. Highs to- day and tomorrow in the mid- 30s. Lows tonight in the 20s. 80 71 68 st; iviicr earthquake was reported NOT SERIOUS? GO DELUXE GREYHOUND WITH 'HOSTESS CARE' AND COMPLIMENTARY FOODSERVICE SERVICE To: CALGARY............. S 6.50 EDMONTON........... S15.50 Leaving Lethbridge Bus Depot, a.m. NewscnedulB now incited. DOWMTOWN-10-DOVVNTOWN, HOTEL-TO-HOTEL CONVENIENCE. NO RESERVATIONS NEEDED. r mformMion call Greyhound. 327-1551 ninlrrmiir- roht ons between casua woTKers 10 1111 man j mues left unmanned because of civ ami when Kw.ime vacations or illness. or g.cater eve.y live to HI years resumed, the government nounced Wednesday. iiUng to have R general dis cushion on the issue. The union spokesman said Mr. Cote had not "gone along completely" with the union's statement Tuesday that it would titend a meeting prowled the minister would agree to a condi lion beforehand Mi'. said in 1 he did not. think p _ should be set. west of Adak No time has yet been set for jn Alaska's Aleutian Is- 1 resumjition ef the talks lnlt union leaders said they might learn more later today when they meet senior post office offi- cials oil another matter. The postal dispute, which ear- mission was still standing by a statement Tuesday that the [-umber of earthquakes in the her this week raised fears of an js t that jt is almost immediate strike by letter car-. in. ossihlc to rcliltc them to the 25.00 ners or at least a slowdown ot blast the deliveries during the busy js, d Christmas si'ason, is focused on an Oct ir, adjudication award. Tlie .spokesuian said Adak Ts- Tho decision was in favor of i 's of three. Toronlo-arca earners who declared the dismro- contended thrv should he com- ano- conld not bo eonnectcd to I pens-ited for overtime lost be- Km. 6 nuclear b.ast. pause the post office bad hired j. Tnc AEC said casual workers lo fill mail near tho ccnlrc of a similar 1952 which caused seismic sea wave. The intensity of that ui