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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IFIHBRIDGE HERALD Thuridoy, Oclober 5, 1977 Federalism is the way of the ST. GEORGES dc Quo. (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau slipped through Social Credit country Wednesday, pro- moting bilingualism and feder- sm as the keys to Canadian brotherhood. At this community of about 60 miles cast ot Quebec City, in Montmagny and In tiny 1 T Pocatlera farther noiili along the St. Lawrence, Mr. Trudeau told French-Canadian audiences federalism is the 'way of the future." Bilingual- ism enriched the country cul- turally. Tlie only words of English spoken during the the. principal of a joint high school and junior college in La Poca- greeted by boos from about students. Mr. Trudeau scolded them for their outburst. The prime minister's travels took him through three ridings during the Bellechasse and Beauce. All were represented bv Social Credit MPs in the last Pariia ment. Social Credit held 13 o the province's 74 seats and the Literals 50. Despite that, Mr. Trudeau die not once refer to the other parly or its representatives. Mr. Trudeau made only one unscheduled stop, at the village of Framplon nrdway between :his community and Mont- magny. There he did a little mpromptu campaigning when lis helicopter made a forced landing when the fuel gauge in- dicated a shortage. He chatted with 25 sur- prised residents while pilot W. 2. Loftus of Montreal got the proper gas and oil mixture from a nearby service station. At a buffet supper for about 500 invited supporters here, his last stop during a two-day cam- paign tour of the province, the prime minister repeated what he said, is the choice Canadians must make on election day. Either they can choose the Liberals again or other parties who offer little more than promises. "It's easy to make promises at election time." As well, he delivered what he called two lessons which are a theme in his campaign. One was that the law of the country is stronger than violent minorities who wish to over- throw the state. Non-stop walker beats own mark WARM PRAISE Alberta Premier Peter Lougheed introduces national Conserva- tive leader Robert Stanfield to a receptive, pro-Conservalive audience Wednesday dur- ing a major campaign rally. The Jubilet Auditorium was full to heap Mr. StanfieSd accuse Prime Minister Trudeau of refusing lo take responsibility for the inept policies of his government. (CP Wirephoto) Continues attack on Trudeau Stanfield gets big crowd tit entertain up to Mr Expect success in peace talks The other was that commu- nities must work together to improve themselves. His party, he said, is deter- mined to allow people to do things for themselves as op- posed to a Communist system where the state tells people what to do. Audiences tliroughout the. day were warm and receptive. Stu- dents at La Pocatiere ap- plauded when the prime minis- ter finished lecturing them on their attitude to English. He told them that he was "a bit ashamed" they had booed Rev. Arthur Anctil when the principal welcomed visiting English-language reporters in their own tongue. "I would really be dis- couraged about the future of the country if I were booed when 1 speak French in English he said. At a rally in Moncton, N.B., two days earlier he said he was given "a much better recep- tion" than the one given to him at tho school, despite the prob- lems of bilingualism there. He urged the students to improve their attitude. At another point, however, he said he does not pretend there is a great deal ol friendship be- tween English and French- speaking Canadians. But gov- ernments must treat both groups equally. MUST RESPECT Federalism means respect PETAWAWA, Ont. (CP) Phil LaTulippe walked himself Into the record books again Wednesday as he finished a 300- mile non-stop walk to beat his own world's record by 43 miles. The 53-year-old chief warrant officer finished the hike in 77 hours, 3! minutes, and 30 sec- onds as he completed laps on the quarter-mile cinder track at Canadian Forces Base Petawawa. About well-wishers were on hand to greet him as lie ended the trek at p.m. MOGADISHU, Somalia (iieu- er) EDMONTON (CP) Con- servative Leader Robert Stanfield, in an unusually strong personal attack, accused Prime Minister Trudeau Wednesday of evading responsi- bility for the policies of his gov- ernment. In a frequently-applauded ad- dress to an overflow election Jubilee Auditorium, Mr. Stanfield roasted both Mr. Trudeau and Manpower Minis- ter Bryce Mackasey for the "scandalous" condition of the unemployment insurance fund. His words heavy with sar- casm, the leader of the parlia- mentary opposition also twitted Mr. Trudeau over the prime crowd in Edmonton's minister's earlier promise of a I leisure-activities program. 'Die prime minister has said that Lhe program, when announced, lively ment program leadinj Stanfield's free-wheeling speed Wednesday night. Although it public Peace talks between I eluded will leave Canadians "breath- less." "It is characteristic of the tcr Loiighced. Trudeau government that it Mr. Stanfield, introduced by Drug pusher given Hie jail term VANCOUVER (CP) Joseph Donzelli, 39, was sentenced Wednesday to life imprison- ment for possession of heroin for the purpose of trafficking- The most se- vere ever handed down in off a full day o( cam- Ish Columbia for a narcotics of- paigning by Mr. Sianfield for the Oct. SO federal election, during which he conducted a news conference, took part in two open-line radio shows and meeting, a good many ot those present obviously were active Conservative supporters. Many carried placards in- scribed with the name of one or other of the ID Conservative candidates in the ridings of Al- berta, all of whom were in- troduced to the crowd just be- fore Mr. Stanfield appeared on stage with Albsrta Premier Pe- Tanzania and Uganda are ex- pected to end today with a final settlement between tlie two countries. The Tanzanian foreign minis- ter, John Malecela, and his Ugandan counterpart, Wanurno Kibedi, began meeting in the Somali capital Wednesday in a marathon session lasting some eight hours. No details were given of the subjects discussed but a Somuii foreign ministry spokesman said the meeting today was "expected to lie crowned witt success." Main item under discussion has been a five-point peace plan put forward by Somalia to find a permanent solution to' the dispute between the two East African countries. In Kampala, President Idi Amin told two visiting Libyan journalists that Britain, India, Tanzania, Zambia and other, unarmed countries, were pre- for an invasion o[ should announce its most dra- matic program not in the field of jobs but in a field in which there is compulsory said Mr. Stanfield, referring to the larger number of Canadians with leisure time due to unemployment. Tlie tightly-organized the premier as wonderful national leader and a yreat Ca- nadian." was interrupted 30 times or more in tlie course of a 20-minute speech. imposed by Judge Arthur McClellan in county court, who told Donzelli he was engaged in a "slimy business." rally Vendetta killings feared Police found more than nine [gave a TV interview, and met BELGRADE (Renter) pounds of heroin in one-ounce the packages in Donielli's posses- lunchtimc crowd s in sion when they entered his home in July ot last year. The street value was esti- mated at more than Si million. }t was the largest heroin seiz- ure ever matte in Vancouver. "It's frightening to think of the bodies and souls that would be prostituted- and the lives that bo ruined to raise the more than one million dollars this drug Judge McClcilan dtnvntovvn Edmonton shopping arcade. IN OTTAWA TOMG1IT The Conservative leader flies back to Ottawa for another public rally tonight. Several bands, scores of girls in brief skirls, and a number of dancing groups moved on and off the auditorium stage in a About 8.000 men in Yugo- slavia's Kosovo province arc staying home in constant fear of vendetta killings, the Bel- grade newspaper Polilika says. Kosovo is one of the country's most backward areas. The pop- ulation of 1.3 million is mostly of Albanian origin. Men and boys in Kosovo stay isolated within the high walls of their houses and yards rather Ihan risk going out to work on Ihe farms, while the women do all (lie chores, the newspaper paring Uganda. It was timed to take place be- fore the Nov. 8 deadline for the expulsion of non-citizen Asians. WILL CLAMP DOWN The Ugandan leader also an- nounced that members of his anned forces would begin this week to enforce government di- rectives requiring non-citizen Asians to get out of Uganda within 48 hours of obtaining exit clearance. Uganda radio has denied that Amin told President Mobutu ol Zaire, in their talks in Karnpal earlier this week, that he would extend his deadline for the ex- pulsion of the Asians. President Mobutu was quoted ay the Z aire ne agency as saying that Amin hac made three concessions during their Kampala meeting on Tuesday. Males become vend- r.Ua victims if our of their fam- ilv has killed a member of an other familv. The obligation of ,Laing lo Donzelli, who had no criminal; record, r-aid heroin c r> given to him by g man M'ho LGglOtlS asked him In hold it for a j couple oi weeks. j ELAiKMORE tCXr Bureau) A spokesman for the Alan Sulatycky JfP has an-1 rcvenge js'binding on the vie parole service said Donzelli; nounced that the Honorable j lim.s frOm generation would be eligible for parole; Arthur Laing, federal minister i until :'blood is Bfter serving seven years of veterans affairs will be visit- blood ing the Crov.snest Pass Legions r' Friday. Mr. Uiiig will be at the Bui- jn levue Legion at 4 p.m., at Ihe JVUIL.U. m imi. Blairmore Legion at 5 p.m. and at the Cole-man Branch of the Legion at fi p.m. All veterans arc invited to be at the I-cg- Murder suspect arre New news building opened VICTORIA south portions today. Fair northwest. Clearing ail sections tonight. Friday: Partly cloudy and warmer with gusty southwest winds along the east slopes. Highs today 45 to 55. Lows to- nislit 25 to 35. Highs Friday 60s. West of Continental Divide- Partly cloudy today. Fair to- night and Friday. No Important temperature changes. Highs both cloys 55 to 65- Lows tonight '20s, ions to meet Mr, Laing who is well versed in veterans matters and will answer any questions pertaining to veteran affairs. In addition lo tlie meetings at the branches Mr. Laing will also be introduced by Mr. Sulatycky at a zone ORILLJA, Ont. (CP) 'Hie suspicion of a few residents in a tiny, tightly-knit community EDMONTON" (CP) William i near here led to tlie arrest Shapka. SS. of Edmonton, was Wednesday night of a suspect killed Wednesday void- ing the inside of an oil tank that exploded at West Tank In- dustries A spokesman said Pierro Blackburn, of Fort Saskatche- wan, working the tnnk, in Hie. murder of a woman and son Burlington, her infant Onl. William Holdcn, ID, of Bur- lington, was arrested as he sat eating fish and chips in a res- taurant in Coldwater, about 10 TOGETHER AGAIN George Smdihakis, 50, em- braces his Demetra, 48, upon her arrival from Greece at Toronto International Airport. Mr. Sindihakts, a Greek war hero, has been sending money lo his for three years to .support his family and give their sons English lessons so they con go lo university. Toronto- area residents donated the money which brought Mrs, Sindihakis to Canada For o vacation. (CP Wiropholo) was taken In hospital un- j miles west of here, determined injuries. He subject of an Cause of the blast wai not intensive police search since I meeting of I-egions lo be held j determined. Firefighters ivtnt j (hc last Saturday of Ca- in the Blairmore Legion at to tho scene hut m fire ve'iil'- i m and her son, ____ lincco, 10 months. Of PfifSCItlPfnX, CO GOOD NEWS OCT. 8 THROUGH 15 AT CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720 2! Ave. S. Speaker: HOMER HA11EY, of Florida Colligo, Tampa, Florida Times: a.m. and 6 p-m. Man. Sal. at p.m. COME HEAR THE GtAD TIDINGS EVERYONF. WELCOME Your qucilioni invtlorl 32S.085.S 32B-0972 Gordon Pricstman, a resident' of nearby Severn Falls, said he i overheard .some women talking ?tbonl "a suspicious hitch- awl decided lo in- vestigate. He followed Ihe man to Colcl- i ,'alcr p.nd then asked another man to call police, who were j directed a few minutes later lo restaurant where Ihe sus-' pcct tind to till. ItoVkti uas unarmed and of- ffirtl no rfsistinicp wlicn ap- prowled hy four officers. ASSISTANT CREDIT MANAGER AfCO 'Western) Ud. ho% on linmndiolo opening for Irn obove position, Success applicant musl hovo commercial trcdit ex- perience, be a end capable of assuming the po- sition of Credit Manager three companies within o one- rwo ye or maximum period of lime. enrolled or having complclnd Ihnir MCI. unoi, or equJvolcnf education ana" given pjc fere nee. Reply in wr iling, fliving ond ill to: ATCO (WESTERN) LTD. 5115 CrowcMId Trail S.W. Cafgory, Alberta Attention: Personnel Department ONE ONLY USED Ml 35 SCRAPER Holds 6.5 yds. heaped wit'n double hy- draulic on apron and bucket. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coulli Highwoy Phone 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M TODAY COURTESY OF ASIA All highways In the I.clh- bridge district are bare and dry. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, baro and dry. II i E h w n y 3, Construction .started 10 miles cast ot fort Maclcod lo r'ort ATacleod. Pass closed. PORTS OP ENTRY (Opening and Closing Contts 24 hours; Carway 7 a.m. lo 1ft p.m.; Dol Bonita 0 to t> p.m. KorMvillp, B.C. 0 a.m. to C p.m.; H.C.; 24 hours F'orthill Itykfrrts 8 am lo midnight; Chiff Mountain elosr-d 8 a.m. 't p m. ;