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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuiiday, Oclobtr 19, 197) President Carnal Abdcl Nas- ser of Egypt believed lie was doublecrosscd and betrayed by United States President John- son in 1967, a confidant of the late Egyptian leader says in a London newspaper. Nasser charged that Johnson sent him "honeyed words" of peace as the U.S. joined forces with Israel for the June, 1967, Arab-Israeli war, wrote Mo- hammed Ilassanein lleikal in Ilie London Telegraph. The newspaper is serializing Heik- al's biography of Nasser. lleikal wrote that Nasser had "an instinctive dislike" for "this Texas wheeler-dealer." He said relations between the two presidents soured in March. 1965, when Johnson informed Nasser that the U.S. had sold Israel Hawk missiles and other arms to balance the Egyptian threat of Soviet-made bombers to previous U.S. commitments. Even worse, Heikal said, was an attempt by Johnson to black- mail Nasser" "into keeping his mouth shut about the double- cross" by selling arms to Jor- dan, Nasser's Arab ally. PRESIDEX" NASSER doublecrosscd? -t Margaret (Ma) Murray, crusty editor of the Bridge Lillooet News, says she has re- ceived at least 300 enquiries and more are coming in every day since she offered last week to sell her famous weekly news- paper. "The telephone company is sure ging to make a lot of money out of tills, even if I don't." Mrs. Murray said. "I've had calls from Flin Flon, Toronto, New Brunswick and even Superior, Wis." Mrs. Murray, 84, said last week she is looking for "a young man wilh a mission" to take over the lively weekly with its circulation of 1.700. "I think it's going to be hard- er to sell the paper than to keep she said. A Japanese woollen goods committed suicide in Tokyo apparently in connection with a U.S.-Japan governmen- tal agreement to limit Japan's textile exports to the United States. Masao Imaeda, 41-year-old wholesaler, was found dead af- ter hanging himself in a ware- house next to his home, plice said. The export curbs 'are expect- ed to cause unemployment and bankruptcies in sections of the Japanese textile industry. Pope Paul has proclaimed Maksymilian Kolbe, a Polish friar who died an agonizing death in a Nazi concentration camp to save the life of another prisoner, a blessed of tne Rom- an Catholic Church. The pontiff declared that Kolbe's death at Auschwitz set an example to Roman Catholic priests on how they should live their ministry. Kolbe chose to give his life for that of a Polish father ol two when the Nazis condemncc 10 prisoners chosen at random to die of starvation in retal- iation for one who had escaped in 1941. After Father Kolbe, 47, had been in a starvation cell for two weeks, the Nazis put him to death with an injection be- cause they needed the United States economic mea- sures will continue to cause Canada difficulty for the next 15 months, Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin says. The protectionist measures had created a "mood of anxiety, dissatisfaction and fear" among Canadians, he said in an inter- view on Question Period, a CTV program. But the government hoped its new economic measures, an- nounced Thursday night, "will be enough to make a difference between an atmosphere of doom and an atmosphere of aggres- sivity, of enthusiasm." Thurs- day's economic program in- cludes personal and corporate income tax cuts and loans and grants for job-creating construc- tion projects. Mr. Pepin said another help would be the recently-passed E mployment Support Act, which provides up to million in grants to Canadian firms hurt by the U.S. surtax on im- ports. Declining enrolments study urged EDMONTON (CP) Canada needs a national study into de- clining enrolments at universi- ties and other post secondary institutions, says Dr. Max Wy- man, president of the Univer- sity of Alberta. Dr. Wyman said in an inter- view that he will ask the Asso- ciation of Universities and Col- leges of Canada to discuss the problem when it meets in Ot- tawa Nov. 1 to 4. He said the study could de- termine if declining enrolments are a temporary phenomenon or something more permanent. The Alberta Univers i t i e s' Commission likely will organ- ize a study into Alberta's de- creasing higher education stu- dent population, he said. Ques- tionnaires probably would be sent to students who were ad- mitted to university but did not attend. M. C. Slavieh, C.L.U. Representative LETH BRIDGE Tel: 327-5514 E. Mayeske Representative LETHBRIDGE Tel: 327-5514 Get bigger andT quicker cash values with Manulife 25, the "special advantages" policy. Call your nearest Manufacturers Ufa Representative. MANUFACTURERS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY no Income tax cut for Albertaiis CALGARY (CP> The Al- berta government has no plans to reduce income taxes in line with federal rate reductions, Premier Peter Loughccd said Monday. But (he Progressive Conser- vative administration is seck- coming months, he told a ncw> conference. ]y in Ottawa seeing what aid is available and others will be Alberla officials are current-' looking into federal proposals CALGARY (CP) Alderman given remand Court was told he cut down elect Gordon Sharke was rt'-j two-thirds of a city-owned tree additional information on i manded to Oct. 20 on a charge, other federal proposals to sti-; of wilful damage following mulate employment during the appearance in provincial court- i ?120- in southwest Calgary. It was on adult training and retrain- ing programs. When it comes to calculating what areas get assistance Al- berta is at a disadvantage be cause it is considered one of the "have the Pre- mier said. To further spur employment during the winter, the Alberta government may introduce some supplementary Incentives! but their exact nature and when they could be introduced j had not been decided. Mr. Loughecd also said no firm decisions had been made! on revision of the petroleum' roylaties structure and it is quite possible interim rates would be introduced when the present agreement expires April 1. When a new agreement is an- nounced, oil companies will bo given a chance to make repre- sentations on the rate structure before it is implemented. The government is also re- vciwing the oil sands develop- ment policy but has reached no decision SIMPSONS-SEARS BELTED m Allstate Allstate YOUR CHOICE (C78-13, Replaces 7.00-13 Blackwall) The plain fads about Allstate Fibre Glass Belled tires: 1. 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