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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TH! IflHSRIPOt HfHAin FrWoy, which Ihe black rnm'Mi" liekl. The prime nibiislcr 1 as Ix-roy H t nil in a liitlcr drama I head of Ibe devclopim-m anil while con-, railed Outreach, explain' MOVI'llMl. i.'.'l'i 1'ri'iie M i n i f! e r Trudoao. visited a basement in li's Mont- ;_" mid Outreach I'm NIP Cote closNVigfi 'Sioii gel tier in discus Pencil in general wilh minister during bis riding. "Then I read In de hts Mount mur he and liis fellow projei dircc- lors had to barge in uninvited despite the fact the meeting had with Fur iiionttis, Rova? lias' iMrd'Tmir- been billed us an eiicounti' rum's of racism. Outreach on'aitors. The Ml' for Mount Iloya) im-! ''Arrogance I'unU'inpl, efpodedly got n look at lire sit- said Mr. Butcher. "1 don't know iiali'm Tliursday night. While B gathering of elnircb- what nlher words to UM> "The principal prohlen e men sat in Uieir seats, ami em- coiiunimily is between block harassed members of the prime j aral white. Since we're repre- minister's staff looked on, an seiitatives of the black ciimmun- fingry dirprtor of a bh'ck com- j ily, we should be here In talk mun'iiv projecl took th? flcor jmd told'.Mr' Tnideau the meet- ing depicted lire conlempl in IViifJe dance (CP! City night will have io wait at least iinoti'i r wfvk lo find out if they can u'atuio bottomless dancers on their stages. Kelly Johnson of nearby Oko- icks nniuiily prime lo Ihe A schedule issued by the prime minister's office in Ot- tawa described the meeting as a talk wilh promoters of the Out- reach project. 11 turned out to be a ecumenical gathering "f church leaders from the who are concerned wilh and housing problems. EXPLAIN THE FOUL-IT Later, members of Uie p'imo minister's staff hastened to ex- plain it was all a misunderstan- ding caused by an (inexplicable foul up in among the Ottawa staff. news- p done on an orderly basis within a fixed price range. "We are working together, looking at when we might get that kind nf stability." Answering questions on Ihe In- volveirent nf l.rade and politics, Lang snid people generally do no! Ic! politics intrude unless everything else is equal. "If there's a half a penny dif- ference, rolitics won'l intrude." The Australian government hns been criticized here by (lie opposition Labor party for re- fusing to ri.'i China. Oppo- sition spi'ki'snipn say Australia lost the Chinese wheat market because of this. OTTAWA (CP) Harold Car- dinal, lender of the Alberta In- dian Association, today accused Liberal members of the Com- mons Indian affairs committee of trying to do a hatchet job on im. Jle said Judil Buchanan, par- liamentary secretary to Indian Affairs Minister Jean Chretien, was among Ihnse "trying lo turn the commiltee hearings inlo a kangaroo court." Mr. Cardinal appeared before the committee to defend his as- sociation against charges by Mr. Chretien lhat he provoked a strike of 1.275 Indian school children on three northeastern Alberta reserves. A new issue was added lo Ihe hearings Thursday when Mr. Chretien said Hie Alberta asso- ciation bad failed to give a pro- per accounting of about jL'SO.tXJO in federal funds. The money was intended for community development and but had one month before Ihe end of the in thai short would ihe treasury PORTLAND, Ore. I A! hijacker who apparently knew Caught in the middle were precisely what he wanted to do the c'hurch representatives. and how to do it has vanished after bailing out of a comman- deered jet airliner with Catholic The pilot of Ihe .Northwest [Airlines Boeing 727 said he be- principally Rev. Ernest Schibl who was host of the meeting at i st. Kevin's Roman an iir.morn! performance in a I Ainnies m amu public theatre. gather lievcd the hijacker "took leave Provincial Judge F. A. Tlnir-1 He h'ld askf o[ us- in Uie Woodland. pcxl reserved decision ior a priests, nuns and ministers 25 milcs north of here as second lime in the case lo allow from several Roman the prosecution and defence j Anglican am! United churches time for further argument to i----------------------------------------- help him decide whether danc- ing in the nude is immoral. Miss Johnson, dressed mod- estly in a spotted fur coa' with high fur collar, sat expres- sioniess in the courtroom for al- most an hour while defence counsel Webster j presented hie. argument. reigns 111 Cup of Milk fund donors Smallwood can sil by and not j accept the wishes of the people j j of this province." Frank Moores said Tliursday as tie declared aiea 25 miles north of here as tiie plane flew low and slow from Seattle lo Reno, Nev. en route to the man's demanded destination, Mexico Helicopters and planes cris- scrossed over the brushy and limbered foothills of the Cas- cade Mountains most of Thurs- day before the weather closed in.'The hunt resumes today Authorities held out little hope, however, that the hijacker would be found soon. "lie's probably long gone." a j IT'S FIRST TIME ]t Was ths first time an air-; i hijacker had used a para- COOL ACROSS COUNTRY Cool weather is expected to cove) from Alberta to the east coast today wilh snow in parts o! Ihe prairie provinces and the east ccosl. Mild weather is expected in British Columbia with rain fore- cast. Figures indicate expected high temperatures. Other features are for mid-day. leadership programs on Ihe reserves bul at least half of Sion 0! UIU leilllh ma imu to receive a lisca went for administration of the association, Mr. Chretien said. Mr. Buchanan returned to the accounting question today after first making references to Mr. Cardinal perhaps being a Conservative candidate in the next federal election. Mr. Cardinal said Chretien was grilled for more than three hours by the commillec as it sought to get to ho bottom of a school strike on .liren reserves in northeastern Alberla. About students from the Saddle Lake, Cold Lake and Ceehecwin reserves were kepi lome from provincial said "Iher we could spend a on Ihe programr irresponsible" lime. be wrol fairs department, siim to use il in He received r only that bis si ie put before Mi's were trying to make political hay out of the Alberta strike situation. He said he would keep out of partisan politics as long as he was president of the ing in September as Indians sought better living condi-.ions on their reserves and their own schools. Since then, about Since the nothing. Mr. Cardinal Chretien had spi for Indian peop berta Indians. His defence of his association's accounting procedures was termed "totally inadequate" by Mr. Buchanan. During six hours of questioning today, Mr. Cardinal said his association has accounted for 'every penny" of federal funds it have returned lo their classrooms. Mr. Chretien had to discuss the matter wilh the Indians until the children were back in class. At a night sitting of the committee. Mr. Cardinal explained .hat its association got the money in late February, from so mistakes of 11 department woi pealed. "We have In wav to develop said. "Ill that iave a ec o u n penny." The committee began ings Tliursday to try determine the cause of the squelches staged lo protest living conditions on tiie reserves and moving govl. back up demands for (CP) Pro- ster of mines Outside the committee Lougheed s q u e 1 c ho favored Mr. Cardinal said be had Thursday Hie head Rod Syk ten to the minister of some government moving m ago explaining (hat the teems ments might be moved to ais i-nd tiie reference in the contracts j and too narrow. He bad asked for about as likely ss r. Lough e Building being turned on its be said following "has tat Storm meeting. The rumors arose mil of it. not ji ministers, but incut by Bill Dickie, worst 20 NEW YORK (AP) eastern and mid-Atlantic states spent Thanksgiving in and road homes of strangers or in thci cars as record snowfalls SATURDAY SUNSET Francisco I. r, Vepis traffic. Snow nearly two feet deep covered New York's Phoenix Lellilindge a fl Mniicine Hat 21 18 a request by said Mr. rough ride just from cabinet party Progressive Conservative cnute In make his escape and it clear the Oct., Newfntnvflan'l e! lion. Prouder Joseph whose Liberals won 20 of the 42 QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanic Capitol IPHONE 328-76841 legislature seats, declined to comment. His gnvprnmen! is still in office, Mr. Moores said PC candidate Ed Maynard WPS safe in his St. 5 co i South scat, one of 21 j taken by the Conservatives, de- reccmnt of votes left in- "l complete because somebody I burned all inj ballots at the 13th of M polls. Mr. Maynard. who appeared with Mr. Moores at a news con- ference here, said he had asked the St. Barbe South returning officer to declare him the victor on the strength of n certificate bv Mr. .hist ice H. 0. j .-as thfl largest sum of money I an -3ir pirate had ever e; with in the Inited Slates. De-scriibed as a tall slim man in his the hijacker look control of the three-cngined jet-, liner Wednesday as it flew from j LONDON A proposal I wealth as a gesture lo Northern city, Albany. The slate's 2n.OOO Calgary employees there were allowed i Creek i lo report to work late today so i they could dip out. I The national weather service In New Hampshire called the i storm in that'state, "th" worst c.randc Prairie Hocky Mtn. House t'enticlon rtlanrt tn Seattle on the Ifst i bv Opposition leader' Harold Ireland's Protestants, "of a flight originating in Wilson for unification of Irish Sources said government mm- i within about 15 vcars lie told a 'stewardess he had a! menus bringing peace lo bomb and that lie wanled to go; rioi-torn Ulster won a guarded lo Mexico. He also demanded four parachutes and The FBI said he had used Ihe name D. Ii. Cooper when he boarded the plane in Portland. Officials said Uie hijacker ap- parently was familiar with air- parachuting tech- welcome in Iwth London and Minister Brian Dublin today But Prime isters privately expressed ap- preciation of Wilson's "careful- ly-reasor.ed" approach to Ihe Ulster issue although they have no intention of accepting it. at present craft and niques jjPnddestef of the 11 Supreme Court. to Wilson's unification plan al- though be agreed wilh some as- pects of the Labor party Icad- I er's statement. The crew said that during the j Leaders of the three main 'flight indicator lights in the [parties in the Irish Republic ,i cockpit stowed the rear stair-i welcomed Wilson's recognition well was being operated. The j of Irish unily as a long-term low night he ordered permitted I objective. They were less Own the aircraft to fly with tire rear I enthusiastic, however, on Wil- the go, "ah-oMcly opposed'' ernmcnfs spokesman on ns in 20 years.'' Up lo 13 indies of prince Ccorge snow fell. Kamlcops Vancouver __. Prince Albert Nixou moves on strikers WASHINGTON (API The justice department, said it FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES HARD TIME DANCE FRIDAY, NOV. 26 LONGACRES ORCHESTRA ADMISSION INCLUDES IUNCH MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS door open without cabin pros surizalion. oil's sueaeslion that the repnh- lie should rejoin the Common- affairs, will reply in detail to Wilson's plan in the Commons Monday. Basically, Wilson's proposal calls for an all-party constilu-1 ,HMIU, tional commission, composed of will be filed in a New York representatives from the parlia-' Today: Pr-rl- o'.is of snow this afternoon. aiul evening. A few clomls to- niclit wilh winds W25 with pusls lo "ill. Lnws nrar .111. Satin-ihiv: A tow clouds. V.'illlls "W2fl gnsling lo K. Hal Today; Snow icginning this afternoon. Lows Saturday: Cloudy h light snow. Highs near '.is. TCnulcnay. today. Snow occasionally mix- .113 i cd wilh rain, decreasing to a few snow-flurries by evening. Saturday. A few .34 j showers in Ibe Columbia dis- Highs today and Sat.ur- in tiie 30s. Loire to- BALDWIN PIANOS BALDWIN ORGANS ACCORDIONS ROCK 'N ROLL ORGANS ELECTRIC PIANOS METRONOMES MUSIC STANDS Lossoni for any musical instrument can be arranged for CONTACT BERTI'S SCHOOL of MUSIC 2646 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE Phone 327-0115 LABOR CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13lh ST. N. ENTERTAINMENT SUGAR SWEET One of these misses will be crowned Taber Sugar Queen at the second annual sugar festival dinner Saturday evening in the Taber Communily Centre. Miss Laurie Jensen, retiring queen, will crown the winner. Candidates from left: Miss Cora Lee Fabfari, Taber 4-H Sugar Beet Club; Miss Ginny Sekura, St. Mary's High School; Miss lorna Evanson, Taber Kiwanis Club; Miss Kathy Jensen, Diamond S. Produce; Miss Leslie Reli, Taber- Barnwell Beet Growers; Miss Diane Harris for W. R. Myers High School; and Miss Debbie Thomas, Tober Lions -Ross Gibb Photos SOCIAL EVENING FRIDAY-9 p.m.-l a.m. TONY 4F A complete foclory cngineoied tiiciin handling centre for cattle, hog, and poultry feeders. 'Ask about our "Trntlc-Grain" or "5-yocu" Finonco Plan' e SATURDAY IN THE CLUBROOMS "TONY WHITE" Members and Invited Guests! NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY- "CAMEOS" SATURDAY- "BARNEY AND THE BEERNUTS" AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY 733 13th St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY1 OFTICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COUKTCSV OF AMA Banff Itndinm Jasper highways trace o[ new snow, oc- ipery sections, laes or chains when travelling the R n go i- s Pass, i Hani; .la: per highway and on I All highways in Ibe Loth-11.............. bridge district, aro bare j dry and in good winter driving ,L i condition. i Highway 1, Trans Canada I Highway, Calgary lo Banff is 'bare and in good condition llanff to (lolden lias a trace of snow, few slippery sections...... (ioldi-n to Ke.velftoke has all B.mff Naiional Park ski ac- inclics of new snow, plowed i cess roads. II POUTS OF ENTRY anil Closing Colitis 121 hours; Carway (i a.m. lo ii p.m. MST. Del Bnnila 9 a.m. to ii p.m.; Roosevil'lo, B.C. II am. lo S p.m.; Kiiigsgnlo, B.C., iKinrs; Porthill Hykerls II a in. to miiinir.lit. chii! Miiiinlain rlascd Wildhorse, 8 a.m. lo 5 p.m. Ixigan J'nss closed. ;