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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta J2 _ till IFIHBRIDGE HERA1D Ottawa D.v GEHAHI) McNUII. OTTAWA (CP) The (I oral government, anticipating, further Icrrorist action, li inserted a hearing aid in il security system and aimed now defence policy at violent revolutionaries. 'Hie War Measures Act meanwhile, has probably been tucked .may. A repeat of list October's never-before peace lime use appears improbab'c. Instead of the drastic ad or a special public order law the government has concen trated on attuning its secunH system to monitor better rum- blings of political discontent Its ntysterious new "heir ing aid" is the security plan- ning and research direct outgrowth of tie confu- Solurtluv, Oilobni 2. "1 "1 I urns uu hearing aid to check Quebec political rumblings B 1 that would allow the 1970 October crisis, the Mini that t'.vo political kidnap- ping created last October I lit ui bult ls" (illy c o n v i n c e (i that the w i t bit c in tl n Woman's body round iu bush area ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE (CP) The body of Annie Brown, 41, of Hobbcma, was found in a bush area near here. RCMP were investigating and coroner Dr. R. L. Hay ordered an autopsy to determine the cause of "death. Police said foul play was not apparent. Mountain House is 50 miles west of Red Deer. Rohcrl Bourassa of being "soft" on terrorism when the federal government allowed the Public Order (Temporary Measures) Act to expire April I ending nearly seven months of special police pow- eis and curtailed civil rights. Prime Minister Trudeau at tl t time assured a skittish Quebec government that Ot- tawa was ready to invoke the War Measures Act again, if necessary. For the time being, liow- WOOU.IAMS Hr's skeptical words of Conservative MP Eldon e "political force" snooping into legiti- mate comers. When Mr. Woolliams sought unanimous Commons consent to have the justice committee examine the agency, Justice Minister John Turner shouted "agreed" as ether Liberals denied the necessary consent. Mr. Turner last spring was accused by Quebec Premier i 159 deaths August i increase EDMONTON (CP) Traffic accidents killed 59 people in Alberta in August, one of the highest death tolls for the month in the province's history the Alberta Safety Council re- ports. RCMP said half the accidents were related direcily to people driving after drinking alcohol. The safety council said traf fie deaths now are three per cent ahead of last year, al though there have been abou 5.000 fewer accidents. The 1971 traffic death count was 290 a the end of August, compared with 232 last year. LONG DISTANCE r r pa Q IWt IS HALF pj p-J "Ti ff R ON SUNDAY Only Alberta has il! SUNDAY-50 DDD rales. You can phone anyone in Alberta from any other Alberta point at fifty cents or less for three great minutes if you dial direct. Best of all, low SUNDAY-50 rates arc in effect every week from Saturday midnight to 6 a.m. Monday. 'Rafes dp not apply io person-lo-person, collect, third party billing, Wlnle Britons arc InolinK out I lie Russians, the Chinese are pulling in Britons. It's open house at the Chinese legation and the men in Mao-style tu- nics are clearly enjoying a HtlyMlK llld_v naiix uiiu i-ile once-barred legation and grab himself a soft drink and a free cigareile. Sewage plant plans laid RED DEER ICP) Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. has accepted tentative plans for construction of a S2.25 mil- lion sewage treatment plant, Mayor R. E. Barrett announced here. Mr. Barrett said the provin- cial government will pay million towards Uie cost and the city will receive a rebate of when the plant is completed. The cigarette is Chinese-fil- ter tipped, Virginia-style to- bacco and the product of Uie former British-American To- bacco Co. in Shan- ghai. Between sips and puffs the British visitor is invited by Chinese diplomats to walk around an exhibition entitled "Photo Exhibition on China's Achievements i n Socialist Constructon." PRAISE MAO It is a series of photographs interspersed with texts to the effect that Chairman Mao Tsc-tung is an excellent thinker and the Chinese peo- ple are industrious. The new experience of free excursion in Uie legation brought a steady stream of visitors, despite the total ab- sence of any advance publi- city. The Chinese new warmth towards Britons contrasted sharply wth charges of cold war mentality levelled by the Russians, who are enraged by British orders last week ex- pelling 105 Soviet officials ac- cused as spies. mandate that would allow Die committee to scrutinize "all the circumstances" that sur- rounded the use of the War Measures Act. "The War Measures Act was invoked for no other pur- pose but the ignoble one of saving a Liberal provincial government from going to the NDP Leader David Lewis asserted. "That was the erosion of will about which the minister of justice talked." The government "does not have the courage to present a bill on its own" but wanted the umbrella of the commit- "I am opposed to any kind of special Mr'. Lewis said. The same flat rejection came from Conservatives and Credilistes, effectively ending that debate. Now, a year later, should there be a recurrence of the 1970 October crisis, the same set of legislative weapons rests with Uie government: The Criminal Code; under which the accused kidnappers and slayers of Quebec labor minister Pierre Laporle are being prosecuted. The National Defence Act, hy which troops were brought into Montreal last Oct. 15 on Ihe eve o! invocation of the War Measures Act. And the War Measures Act. which was sought by the gov- e r n m c n I s of Quebec and Montreal to stave off what was called "an apprehended insurrection." It took a month to get the Public Order (Temporary Measures) Act through Par- liament last fall. Given the skeptical mood now, it might take ages. Gaslighting was p r o b a b 1 y used first by the Chinese in the 10th century. Greene making good progress OTTAWA (CP) The morale of Energy Minister J. J. Greene is excellent and he is making good progress from the mild stroke suffered earlier this week in Tokyo, his office reported Friday. The statement said Mr. Greene is "particularly appre- ciative of the cables received from Uie prime minister and from many other Canadians wishing him a speedy recov- ery." The minister's office said no further statement on Mr. Greene's condition is planned now, as the result of his prog- ress, until the middle of next week. It was likely at that time that there would be firmer indi- cation of when he plans lo re- turn to Ottawa. SUGAR EXPORTS Australia expects to export 203 thousand tons of sugar to the United States during 1971. BESMART-BUYNOW! Honda is having the biggest year in history. Each model in the line is hot! Never before have there been such bargains in prices and in quality. It was impossible to meet the demand. Looking ahead, it seems inevitable prices will go up. We hopa by not very much. But it could be substantial. This we promise you: Right now your dealer is offering the best deals ever on the best Hondas ever. Talk to him, lest drive a Honda today! HO3STD.A. You'll never buy better! Distributed by: Clark Simpkins Honda, 1506 W. 3rd Vancouvei Sold and serviced by these dealers: LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1117 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-8889 OPEN FRIDAYS TO 9 P.M. THESE CANDIDATES WERE ENDORSED AND NOMINATED AT A PUBLIC MEETING FOR MAYOR AND COUNCIL FOR MAYOR CAM BARNES BILL BAKER CHIC CHICHESTER TOMMY FERGUSON A. C. ANDERSON VOTE THE ENTIRE SLATE HAL HOFFMAN BILL KERGAN STEVE KOTCH THESE CANDIDATES ARE PLEDGED TO GIVE YOU SOUND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION GEARED TO PROGRESS AND GROWTH ____ GROUP PARTICIPATION INDEPENDENT IN DECISIONS INSERTED BY THE CIVIC GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION ;