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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE UTHBRIDOE HERALD Thursday, October 14, 1971 Indian children have been damaged seriously by I he so- cial environment of while edu cation, movie actor C'liii'f Dan George of Vancouver said at Edmonton. He told a news conference that closing of reserve schools and sending Indians to while schools is ''just another prom- ise that the white man has broken.'1 "It grieves me lo see that our young people are learning a Turkey and other allies now understand that the United States cannot he "the police- man of the world any more." Viee-President Snlro T. Agnew said in Ankara he flew to Iran to join in celebration of i lite anniversary of the I Persian monarchy. "I find the altitudes of the officials with whom I talked are very solidly pro-NATO, anti-Communist, pro-West in the sense of the identity with the rest of the Western com- munity.'' vieo-prcsident said' Cartoonist Al appeared 1 in Wisconsin court on morals charges filed by a married col- lege co-cd, and was freed on 51.000 pending a preliminary hearing Nov. 22 at Eua Claire. Capp, the 01-year-old creator of Li'l Abner, was accused in Ihe warrants of sodomy, at- tempted adultery and indecent j exposure. The charges stem from an alleged incident in his motel suite April after a speech at the University of Wisconsin campus. Cr.pp has denied the accusa- tions. CHIEF DAN GEORGE he's sad lot more than they should not from books but from the examples they see." Chief George said Indians now learn to use drugs and liquor at an earlier age, hab- its they never developed at In- dian residential schools. Premier Joseph Smallwood says he doesn't want reporters following him on his campaign for the Oct. 28 Newfoundland' provincial election. The Newfoundland premier, in office since 1949, said in an interview he would prefer to be accompanied only by each Lib- eral candidate as he visits rid- ings. Reporters from newspapers, radio and television stations were not wanted, Mr. Samll- said. When it comes to digging furrows the old-fashioned Byrnel! Wylie knows how to make the dirt fly. Mr. Wylie. from Oak-wood. Ont. gave a demonstration of J his ploughing prowess at Jar- vis, Ont. when he won the only event for horse-drawn ploughs at the annual International Plowing Match. JAMES DUNCAN IIYND- MAN James Duncan Hynd- jnan, former president of the Canadian Pension Ap- peal Board and youngest man ever appointed to the Alberta Supreme Court, died in Ot- tawa. 'Baby Lenore' appeal lost WASHINGTON