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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tutiday, Octobtr 2, 1973-THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD- 3 Global approach to education has Earl Mountbatten support By KEN POLE OTTAWA of the most renowned military men of the Second World War Lord Louis Mountbatten. says that an international approach to education is one of the basic paving stones in the road to true global peace. He was speaking to a Cana- dian Club luncheon about L.B. Pearson World College of the Pacific, scheduled to open next September near Victoria. The college, third of its kind in the world, is expected to at- tract students from many countries and will be part of the United World College foundation, of which Lord Mountbatten is a member. The two-year course at the college, similar to ones in Wales and Singapore, is de- signed to promote under- standing between peoples of different nations. The Wesh college has 350 students aged 16 to 18 from 46 countries and its teachers are from 12 countries, including Canada. "You can't fail to be excited when you go down there and see it actually working because here you have the living, working, playing and adventuring together ELIMINATE PREJUDICE The continuous exchange of ideas and philosophies at the colleges, he said, is eliminating many of the old prejudices -and is a step toward world peace. Lord Mountbatten, Earl Mountbatten of Burma, a prominent strategist in the Second World War, said he fears the possibility of a third global conflict because, if it is fought with nuclear weapons, there won't be much left. "You may wonder why a 73- year-old man is puttering around with education." he said. Print Litho QUALITY PRODUCTS Instant Printing Business Forms DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN LETHBRIDGE Visit from the boss George Jones and his workers Harmony in North Ireland CTOMFIN TOM CONNORS Christian Science Monitor BELFAST It takes a brave man along with 20 brave women in this case to prove that Protestant and Roman Catholic can work together harmoniously in Northern Ireland today. Working side by side with "the other kind" takes courage, first of all because sectarian rioting and murders continue. It also takes courage to admit to working together happily, since this tempts ex- tremists to break the peace Often a "good news" story about life in Ulster is im- possible, because those in- volved fear any publicity. George Jones and the women of his handkerchief factory on Belfast's "peace line" are different. They have a good story to tell, and aren't afraid to tell it. The peace line which their factory overlooks is Ulster's most concrete example of the province's sectarian division. Stretching for just over a mile through central Belfast, it GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE WEDNESDAY 7 34 SUNSET FORECAST: Lethbridge Medicine Hat Regions Today Cloudy with light showers in a few localities clearing this evening Highs near 50 Wednesday Morning fog patches otherwise sunny Lows near 30 Highs in the mid-50s Calgary Region Today Cloudy with periods of snow this morning clearing by late afternoon Highs near 45. Wednesday A few clouds with morning fog patches Lows near 30. highs 50 to 55 Columbia Kootenay Region Today. Sunny with a few cloudy periods. Early morn- ing tog patches. Wednesday Sunny and a little warmer. Highs today in the upper 50s. Lows tonight near 30. Highs Wednesday lower 60s MONTANA East of Continental Divide Cloudy with cool temperatures as showers spread from west to east across the state today Partial clearing will give local frost to the western sections tonight. Scattered rain showers will linger in the east section Wednesday with a chance of a few snow showers over the mountains. Highs to- day 50 to 55. Lows tonight 30s west portion 40s east portion Highs Wednesday 55 to 60. West of Continental cloudy with a lew rain or snow showers near the mountains Clear and cold tonight with frost likely. Most- ly sunny and a little warmer Wednesday. Highs today mid- dle 50s. Lows tonight near the freezing mark Highs Wednes- day 55 to 65 H Lethbridge...... 49 Pincher Creek 46 Medicine Hat 50 44 Grande Prairie 51 Banlf .......43 Calgary......... 41 Victoria.......58 Penticton 58 Prince George 50 Kamloops....... 52 Vancouver...... 57 Saskatoon..... 53 Regina .....59 Winnipeg 71 Toronto........65 Ottawa......... 69 Montreal St. John's Halifax Chariot! clown Frcdericton Chicago 68 48 60 54 64 70 L Pre 37 .04 32 08. 40 .01 27 20 32 19 32 .16 38 35 32 .01 33 .04 43 41 43 .01 50 56 .42 47 49 39 .03 45 42 38 58 BALE HANDLING EQUIPMENT! Including... BALE ELEVATORS LOADERS and STOOKERS GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway-Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 I Fort Macleod is in progress'. All remaining highways are in Rood driving condition. Highway 1 reported bare and dry. Widening of one mile sec- tion of Highway No. 3 east of PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Carway 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Chief Mountain closed; Coutts 24 hours; Del Bonita 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgate 24 hours; Porthill-Rykerts 8 a.m. to midnight; Wild Horse8a.m. to 5p.m.; RoosevilleBa.m. to midnight. Logan Pass open. divides the extreme Protes- tant loyalist Shankill Road from the extreme Catholic republican Falls Road dis- trict. Barriers of cinder blocks, corrugated iron, and barbed wire divides the Catholic and Protestant. Armed British troops man over a dozen sets of railroad-crossing gates which allow traffic through during the day but which are sealed off overnight and whenever trouble erupts Northern Ireland's continu- ing sectarian strife makes such an enforced division ab- solutely necessary. There have been no calls for the removal of the grim peace line not from the republicans, who demand a British troop withdrawal, and not from those loyalists who demand military escalation. Miss Kelly, a protestant supervisor, has worked at the Jacoby handkerchief factory since it was started 38 years ago IN CONCERT CANADA'S NO 1 COUNTRY ENTERTAINER LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October 2nd 8 p.m. Adults Children (under 12) Advance tickets available at LEISTER'S MUSIC Recording for Boot Records If you'd like to wed like to migration Centre 'Saturdays __ __ 5.1973 Suppose you were in this country by November and have remained here since, as a visitor or without legal status. During the sixty days of grace ending midnight, October 15, you may apply for permanent Canadian residence under very relaxed rules. If you're living successfully in Canada, you're likely to qualify as a landed immi- grant. If you apply before midnight, October 15, you will not be penalized because you entered or remained in Canada illegally. And if your application fails, you may still appeal to an independent appeal board. After midnight, October 15, you cannot qualify for landed immigrant status while in Canada, and have no appeal against deportation. Before then, we'd like to help. We'll go half-way. We'll even keep Canada Immigration Centres open to receive applications weekdays from am to pm, and Saturdays from am to pm. And on Monday, October 15, they'll stay open right up until the deadline at midnight. You can walk in anytime, and pick up literature that gives full details, and no questions will be asked. We invite you to make our country your country. For further information, phone, write or visit your nearest Canada Immigration Centre, or, if there isn't one near you, your nearest Canada Manpower Centre. (Services given by Canadian Immigration Officers are free.) Canada Immigration Centres arc open to receive applications weekdays from am to pin and Saturdays from nm to pm, and from am to midnight Monday, October 15. c J Manpower Main-d'csuvre and Immigration et Immigration Robert Andras, Minister Robert Andres, ministre VP8SS4 ;