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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHBRIDGI HERALD Tuesday, October 10, 1972 3 Bangladesh running into student opposition Mujib returned from Europe I nipt ion In (he ruling AwamI .ix weeks aeo to (ace his first League party and the ailniinis- In the same period, the first PACT A IRouliT> Ten jnoulhs after ho was hailed as Ihe- revnhitioiiary father of major political crisis since he and installed as Its became premier of what was first" prime minister. Sheik formerly East Pakistan last i serious opposition lo tlie slicik s January. rule began to crystallize ana During his absence, criticism within fom- days of liis return prune Mujibur Hahman faces increns. Ing opposition, particularly from students, over his failure to stop risiiij! prices and gov- ernmental corruption. and discontent reached a over soaring prices of essential commodities and alleged cor- Bugging incident campaign WASHINGTON (Reutcrl The letter. the biggest anti-Mujib rally since independence last Decenv ber was held in central Dacca. The welcome the sheik had received on his return was also distinctly subdued by Bengali standards, witti only some 35, 000 people lining the streets in- stead of the millions forecast by national newwspapers. FOHMEn DV STUDENTS The anti-Mujib rally was or giinlzcd by the dissident winf of the Chhatra Students published in the orcc firmiy behind the FBI 'accnls have established I Manchester Union leader in league.but split that the break-in and bugging j Ihe heat of the New Hampshire incident at the Democratic D c m o c r a 11 c pa-tv headquarters here in March, claimed that Muskie June were part of a massive had insulted French-Americans campaign of political spying i hy calling them and sabotage on behalf of Pres- ident Nixon's re-election, the _ Washington Post says. Democratic presidential nomi- It says the campaign was nation, conducted by officials at the White House and on the Com- mittee for the He-election of the President. DeVan Shumway, a spokes- man for the committee, said: "The article in The Post is a piece of fiction "Canucks.'1 'At the "time. Muskie was the leading contender the WEPT IN I'UBUC The publication spurred Mus- kie to take his campaign to the doors of the conservative news- paper where he lost control of himself and publicly wept. This single incident is blamed by The newspaper reports law many observers as the turning enforcement sources said Ihe best example of the sabotage tactic was fabrication, possibly by a White House aide, of a let- ter alleging that Senator Edmund Maine condoned Democratic Muskie of slur Americans of French-Canadian descent. Admiral Ramsey dies at 91 LONDON (CP) A private funeral service will take place Thursday for Admiral Sir Alex- ander Ramsay, husband of point in his campaign, costing him popular support. The Post says the letter was written by White House aide Kenneth Clawson, a former re- poitcr for the paper. But Clavv- i an interview in The Post denied any knowledge as to who wrote the letter. The newspaper says that what FBI investigators uncov- ered included: following moun- ters of Democratic candidates' forging letters and distributing them under the candidates' letterheads; leak- ing false and manufactured items to the press; throwing campaign schedules into disar- ray; seizing confidential files, and investigating the lives of dozens of Democratic campaign workers. The newspaper says the FBI _____ .investigation "definitely estab- Lariy Patricia Kamsay. colonel- i tablished that virtually all acts in-chief of Princess Patricia's against the Democrats were fi- Canadian Light Infantry. Admiral Ramsay. 91, died last Sunday. He had a dis- tinguished Royal Navy career (hat included action at (ialli- nanced by a secret fluctuating campaign fund that was controlled by former attorney-general John Mitchell ___ while he headed the justice de- ppli. He later took command of partment." aircraft carriers and was ap-1 jn Beverly, Mass., William Loeb, publisher of The Union Leader, said: "The Washington Post has fabricated the whole affair to discredit the White pointed fifth sea lord and chief of naval air services in !338. He retired in 1942. In 1911, when he was naval aide-de-camp to the Duke of House. It's one of the dirtiest pieces Connaught, then Governor-Gen- eral of Canada, he met the Of political pool I have ever duke's daughter, Princess Pa- scen. There's no validity evcr to it." tiicia. one of the two surviving granddaughters of Queen Vic- loria. The other is Princess Alhlone, Countess of Athlonc. 1 They were married in j 1 OHUl KlllCU She gave up her royal IHle.i. They have one son, Capt. Ales-! anclcr Ramsay, formerly of the llCUl OclilllO Grenadier Guards. Princess Pat helped raise the SALMO Nineteen-y ear- Princess Patricia's Canadian; oU Josepn Alan KiUord ot Sal. Light Infantry and embroidered the regiment's first colors, her son said. At 86, she lives in re- tirement In her Surrey home. mo was killed when the car he was driving left a highway and rolled over near here, last August. One student rally leader re- called that 18 months earlier while Bangladesh was still Eas Pakistan Mujib had attended a Avvami League meeting at tin same place and heard a de mand that tlie price of ric should not rise above 20 taka (about three dollars a y2 "Now in independent Bangla dcsh the price is more than 1( takas (H dollars) a maund, he said, The split In the Chhatr league is one of the moat sig nificant developments in Ban; ladesh, where student inov menls have a heightened im portance because of their orig nal opposition to Pakistan rule It was the students who mo. vigorously backed Avvan League demands for autonom for Bangladesh, and it I mainly students who joined th anti-Pakistan guerrilla force ast year and died fighting in the jute and paddy fields. The dissident studenls. led b AMur Rab, now form the m jor part of the Chhatra Lcagu leaving only a few supportin Mujib. TRAINED BY INDIANS Rab was one ot four studen trained by the Indian Army in Dehra Dun last year as guer- rillas to lead the Mujih Bahjnl forces, which were anti-Com- munist andi pro-Mujib in out- look. At Ike rally after the sheik's return from Europe, Rab at- tacked Ihe philosophy of "Mu- jibism." an undefined mixture of nationalism, socialism, de- mocracy and secularism. "You have used in your speeches the metaphor of weap- ons, but have you ever used a real he asked the prime minister. "We know how to use real weapons." In a fiery attack on corrup- tion, Rab threatened members of the constituent assembly that unless they stopped alleged misappropriation of relief goods "the peasanLs and workers will make shoes from your skin." Ilab's slogan, Scientific So- cialism ami Peasant Workers' Rule, could increas- ingly attractive unless Mujib controls prices and gets produc- tion moving. Other potential opponents lo the Sheik's rule area Maulana Bhashani's pro-Peking National Awami Party NAP and MuzaE- far Ahmad's pro-Moscow wing of the party. Terrorist kills unarmed soldier BELFAST North Viet- namese and Viet Cong forces held on to a string of hamlets 14 to 22 miles north of Saigon today, and the South Vietnam- ese command acknowledged that Its troops were making no effort to drive them out. In the air war, Uniled Stales fighter-lwmbers hit North Viet- nam with more than 300 strikes Monday for the fifth successive day. The U.S. command said more lhan 330 slrikes were flown, the largest number since Sept. IB, bringing the five-day total to strikes. Nearly 100 U.S. B-l2s at- tacked targcl.s around Ihe North Vietnamese port of Dong Hoi and around Ihe South Viet- namese cities of Saigon, Kon- turn, Qnang Ngai, Da Nang, ant'i Asian flu. Hue. and Quang Tri. The U.S. "Ji is reasonable lo expect command said their targets that (hey will be the cause of were supply caches, troop posi- influenza cases in the United lioKS and staging areas. States during the 1972-73 sea- Associated Press correspond- the CDC said, ent Holger Jensen reported A spokesman for the centre from the front north of Saigon! said virologists have not deter- New strain of flu bug pops up ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) New strains of the same old buf have popped up in severa countries and appear headec for a winter attack of influenz: in the United States, the Centre for Disease Control reports. The centre said here that il has discovered the new strains of Type A influenza, the same category that contains such fa miliar names ss Hong Kong flu I.ellibridge Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff Calgary' Victoria 'cnticton 'rince George tamloops..... Vancouver Saskatoon..... Winnipeg..... Otlawa....... Montreal St. John's..... Halifax Charlottetown Chicago Angeles FOHKCAST: 38 nt 60 59 63 43 ca 56 66 74 SO 45 G7 5S 55 51 54 73 I. Pre 20 17 21 19 IS 13 14 30 33 10 32 40 33 33 47 24 28 40 B8 31 31 60 .37 .01 .09 To- Lclhbridgc Region day: Cloudy with inlermil- ent snow. Heavier snowfalls near the mountains. Cold. Winds northerly 20 and gusty, Highs 20 to 23. Lows tonight 30 lo 15 above. Wednesday: Cloudy. A few snoMiirrips. Highs on Wednesday near 35. Medicine Hat Region To- day: Cloudy. A few periods of light snow. Cold. Winds north- erly 15 to 20 and gusty. Highs 50 lo 25. Lows tonight 10 to 15 above. Wednesday: Cloudy. Af- ternoon sunny periods. Highs on Wednesday near 35. Calgary Region Today: Cloudy with intermittent snow. Heavier snow falls near Ihe the mountains, cold. Winds northerly 20 lo 25 and gusty. Highs 20 to 25, Wednesday: Clomlv. A few snowflumes. 10 to 15 above. Highs on Wednesday near 35. Columfoia-Kootenay Today: Cloudy and cold. Snow flurries in Ihe Columbia area and mixed rainshowers and snow flurries in the Kootenays. Fresh north or northeast Highs near 40 in the no-lh and 45 to 50 In the south. Overnight lows 20 to 25. Wed- nesday: Mainly sunny. Highs to 50. MONTANA Kast ot Divldr Snow developing west portton today wilh scattered showers east portion changing to occa- sional snow by afternoon or evening. Much colder north por- tion and turning colder south portion during day. Periods of snow and colder tonight and Wednesday. Locally heavy snow over mountains. Highs to- day 35 lo 45 north mostly 50s south portion. Lows lonight in 20s. Highs Wednesday 30s north and 40s south portion. West of Continental Divide Rain or snow al limes loday through Wednesday. Turning colder wilh locally heavy snow over mountains. Highs loday in 50s. Lows tonight 25 to 35. Highs Wednesday mostly 40s. 309 7th Street South LETHBRIDGE IB 328-5548 RamblinRose Sparkling Rose five days Communist forces have occupied at least seven hamlets and one village nlong an eight-mile stretch of Highway 13. City clerk steps down. EDMONTON (CP) City council accepted the resigna- tion of City Clerk Hoy Dickin- son and agreed to provide em- ployment for turn in another city department. the agreement ended a long- simmering dispute that arose j Thc vjsjt-LS (irst (0 ulien Mayor Ivor asked i i aldermen to transfer Mr. Die- kinstjn lo another department for a minimum of -I1-.- years, iiis early retirement is possible. Under tlie nprcoment. Mr. Dickinson, employed by !hc city for '2" years the last fo-.jr as clerk, will be given a job in the inlernal audit sec- tion of the fin-Tnra department. Council filso lo contri- bute lo help cover legal costs for Senaior J. Harper f'riwse, who represented the First visit LONDON (Renter) The Queen will visit Belgrade, Tito- grad, Dubrovnik and President Tito's residence on Brioni Island rfuring her state visit to Yugoslavia later this month. paid to ri Communist country by a IlrUish sovereign, although the Queen's sister, IVincess Marga- ret, visited Yugoslavia two years ago. mined what causes (lie mys- terious changes in tlie influenza strain. Hong Kong flu hit the United States in 3968-69r tilling persons. "Kxposurfi to Hong Kong pro- vides some measure of protec- the spokesman said. "But the big question is quan- titation. We don't know how many persons have had Hong Kong fin, and we don't know the degree to which having been exposed to Hong Kong provides protection against the new strain." neuer strains were Iden- tified in liuuthern India in July, KIT I, and in Iliilain earlier this year. spokesman arlded- A study Ijy Mini k in '-cm '.v.-is not dling ihn rrpan r! Mr. ahlc- of han- >olr> nf city The BIBLE myth or facts? Come Hear HOMER HAILEY of Florida Collegia ore! ovnngolisl for a CHURCH OF CHP.IST 2720 21 Ave. S. Continuing through Oct. 15 p.m. through Scif. night cmd 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Sunday YOU WILl lit VERY Your Your Quattin ONE ONLY USED Ml 35 SCRAPER Holds 6.5 yds. heaped wii'n double hy- draulic on apron and bucket. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coulls Highway Phono 328-1 Ml OKl'ICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highway.1? in tlie Lcfh- bridge strict are bare ,inr! dry. Highway I, Trans C a n ad a Highway, bare nnd dry. If 1 g h a y 3, Construction started 10 miles east of Fort Madcod to Fort Macleod. Logan closed. POUTS OK ENTTIY (Opening and Closing Coults M lifjurs: Corv.ay 7 am. lo 10 p.m.; Dd lioniln !l a.m. to C p.m.; ilk.-, 15.C, 9 a.m. lo G p.m.: B.C.; 24 hours; Porlhill [iykcrl.s 8 a.m Iri midnight; Chief Mountain rinsed; R .vm. to 5 p.m. ;