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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAtD Tharsduv, Oclober 7. 1971 Govt. to wine. Russian premier 12 million refugees OTTAWA A major ii'ivenimenl dinner is planned for I'rcmicr Alrxei Nosygin in Ottawa during Ihc Soviet lead- er's ti.sil I" Oct. 17 to I tin e.xlrrnal affairs deparl- ment today released further de- tails on .Mr. Kosygin's visit hut .said the itinerary is still tinder Mi Kos.vgin is scheduled to dime in Ottawa at 6 p.m. EUT Sunday. Oct. 17. for a three-day thai will include a govern- ment dinner the nexl (lay, an evening at the National Arts Centre" Oet. 19 and a "Major news conference" Oct. 20. Talks are scheduled wilh Prime Min- ister Trndeau, other cabinet ministers and MPs. The Soviet parly travels to i Montreal hy Irani Thursd Ocl. 21, for .-in overnight, si n thai includes visits In Munlrc il industries and harlmr facililKs The group Hies I" Vancouui i the next day where a fedei it government (linn e r and in- dustrial lours are planned. Mr. Kosygm leaves Vancou- ver Saturday, Ocl. '-'-I, stops over for a visil to Edmonton and flies lo Toronto Ihe same niglil. The ne.M day he is sched- uled lo tour industries in the lo ronlo-Oshawa area and speal it a Canadian Manufacturers' As sociation dinner, lie leaves for Moscow at Ihe conclusion of the day's activities. the external affairs spol i man said that plans for a u it to Ihe North and Niagara Falls Out., have heen dropped be- cause of time pressures. NEW DELHI (AP) _ rteha- hil i iiun Minister H. K. Khiidil- kar of India predicted today the number of East Pakistan rcfu- would swell to 12 million hv lire end of the year. He said India may have to lake unilat- eral action to ensure their eventual return home. Ihc burden of India cannot IK i permanent Khadilkar (old a news conference at which he appealed for more foreign assistance to help care for the refugees, lie disclosed that nearly had died of cholera. "If" we arc forced to take some other measures (than in- definitely curing Tor the refu- we will lake he said. "Why would you presume we would just go on a one-track mind? It's just not possible." Khadilkar declined to disclose what measures India might Arafat escapes death BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) Palestinian Arab guerrilla leader Yasser Arafat escaped an assassination attempt Tttes- d n the Al Fatah gucrrila group said Wednesday. Tile driver of his car was killed. Arafat was inspecting ad- i meed guerrilla bases near the SM tan-Israeli ceasefire line in I the Golan Heights when the at-! tempt on his life occurred, Al act Fatah said in a statement. An Al Fatah spokesman said of the identity of the assailants: "Tliev may be Jordanians or members of dissident guerrilla groups." He said a number of them were arrested by Syrian author- ities for questioning. A MAI'.SUPIAL Australia's native bear, the koala, is a marsupial. It lives in (he gum Ircc. lake. lint, he said, India would not close ils borders to the Hast Pakistanis, (he said East Pakis- tanis still are entering the coun- try at a rate of a day. Of- ficial statistics show there are D.l'l-million regislercd refugees. NEW BI-flTH CONTROL FREEDOM FOR WOMEN ;imJ mure U'omen see viilmmiry s-n.Tiliwilion iis Ihc ideal iiu-llnid til' liirlh l ml. !-'nr uoiiii'ii who havu com- pleted I heir I'amiliis, (his sate, niirl ini'Xprnsive opera- linn I'nri'ViT I be fear of unw.-mlfd The n.-lnlM-r iH-'Up of The Hraili-r's Dilicsl, lunksiU this ni-w method Why hasn't voluntary si heta mi in-' -1111111111 "V Arc then; harm- ful psvchi'liiiiind sid" i-D'i'Cl.s? DncHii nllrrl femininity'.' TliL'.si; and oilier are denlb with frankly iin'l bimcstly. Get tin- answers in the issue of Header's Digtst, today. DIES OF CANCER Rev. Russell Horsburgh, central figure in a sex scandal in Chatham, Ont., in 1964, is shown earlier this year after being re-insfafed into the United Church of Canada. Mr. Horsburgh was on crutches due to cancer of the leg, a disease which look his life in Toronto. He was 53. Cemclcrv workers return SAN FRANCISCO fAP) Cemetery workers have voted to rnd a four-month strike and burials resume Indav at 11 cem- e'ories souih nf Fran- cisco. The protracted walkout had drawn anguished protests from relatives of some of the deceased who were left ried. Spokesmen for the cemetery union estimated it would take six weeks to complete the back- lop of burials. Mayer Joseph Alioto said union and management rcpre- i ,-entativc-s agreed to u three- year contract Tuesday, lint de- tails were not released. Workers ratified the agreement Tuesday night 141 to 9. The cemetery workers had been on strike since June Stolen masterpiece recovered BRUSSELS (AP) What is sumed thief. Tij! Van Limburg. believed to be Vermeer's mas- has been arrested. terpiece painting, Tho Love Let- Van Lerborghc said he bad no ter has been recovered by about Belgian police. Ibe director of the Brussels .Museum of Fine circumstances of tin- arrest or Arts, Charles Van Lerberghc. Ihc discovery of the painting. said today. nor did he know where the ar- The director rqwincd the pre- rest and recovery had occurred. Bonuann claimed Soviet spy BONN (AP i A claim by p u b 1 i s h e d by the magazine former West German spy chief Quick that G-ehlen secretly testi- Reinhard Gehlen that 'Martin j fied before him Sept. 22. Hermann was a Soviet spy can- j "I place a lot of weigh on not be taken liahtly. says an in- Gehlen's testimony." Von Gia- vesligatins judge studying evi- i senapp says. "When a man of j dence on Hitler's vanished chief his rank is so insistent on the rtepiity. j credibility of his information j Judge Horst von Clascnapp of and spends so much effort i the Hessian state court checking his sources, one can- Frankfurt said in an interview not ignore it." Ford pollution siiil pressed WASHINGTON 'APi The Agency has asked liic jrsticc department to sue Ford Motor Co. for shipping to its dealers 200.000 vehicles before they had met anti-pollution standards. Flour mills beiim killed SASKATOON -Drastic must be taken In the Canadian flour niiiiinp industry from death. Ken Sarsons nf Sas- katoon, a Saskatchewan Wheat Pool director, said Tuesday. Mr. Sarsons .said in nn inter- view that the industry is being killed by rising freight rates, in flation and foreign markets which arc shrinking because other eounlries arc inci'ea.siiiR (Jieir nun milling capacities. Western mills hfid been hurt many companies had movcfl lo the oast, uhrre freight rates and port charges arc lower. Also, the railways bad a on in the west, but otlMT forms of l.raii.sporla- tion wei'e available in the, east. Flour is becoming a less .salc- nhlc ilem, he .said, and one solu- tion milling c o m p a n i e s miffht diversification. fver. diversification would be harmful lo fanners and western communities. The Clean Air Ac! provides for fines up to SlU.Wu for each vehicle found in violation, presenting Ford with (be pros- pcct of a potential billion fine. In Detroit. Ford spokesmen denied any violation. They ad- niiltefl that model cars-and trucks were shipped before thev were cleared under federal emi.sion standards, but said t.his was done w i t h EPA ap- proval. program NFW DKLN1 (FU'iitcn India has had to curtail develop- i ment programs to look after millions of Pakistan rcfu- I geo.s who have fled to India and I (XX) are still entering every j the rehabilitation ministry said today. The ministry said in a state- ment that {i.Mli.iiOO refugees have come to India since civil strife broke, in Paki- slan last March ami their mini- I ber.s placed a heavy financial j strain on India. O.MIMLKS mCTIONAIIY MOSCOW (AP) Sovcl. orlii- cationist Abram Rubinstein has j compiled a Russian- nmdern Hebrew dictionary for I .stitdenLs, the, official I agency reported. 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