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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta IS THE inHMIDGE HERALD Tuttddy, October 10, 1970 LOS ANGELES (AP) Gov. Ronald Reagan says he "can't kick" about the fuss raised over his calling a fel- low University of California regent "a lying son of a bitch." But he says reports that he got into a shouting and shov- ing match were exaggerated. "Let mo say that episode has been highly Rea- gan told interviewers Sunday on CBS-TV's Face the Nation. Reagan said "there was no shoving or shouting involved" in the dispute between him and regent Fred Button, a prominent Democrat. Dutton had accused Reagan of trying to postpone a vote on a university development pro- ject until after the election to avoid possible political em- barrassment. Reporters at the meeting reported Reagan, red-faced with anger, waved a finger at Dutton and said: "You're a lying son of a bitch." Other observers said the governor shoved regent Norton Simon slightly as he stepped between the two men. GOV. RONALD REAGAN Centre Of Fuss High Court Scrambles Egg Case OTTAWA (CP) An applica- tion by Manitoba to bring the provincial trads war before the Supreme Court of Canada was rejected MonJay. A tribunal of three judges beaded by Mr. Justice Douglas Abbott said the court had no to hear the motion. Attorney-General A. H. Mac- King of Manitoba, who argued the motion for the province, afterward he was disap- pointed with the outcome. He said he thought the least the court would do would be to reserve its decision and give written reasons why it could or could not entertain the motion. Manitoba Agriculture Minister Samuel Uskiw, who attended the hearing, said in an inter- view that Manitoba now would put up barriers against the flow of broilers chickens entering the province from Quebec and other provinces. The trade war broke out among the provinces after the Quebec egg producers board, a provincial government agency, limited the number of eggs coming into Quebec from other provinces. PROVINCES RETALIATED In retaliation, other prov- inces, including Ontario, Al- berta and British Columbia, put up barriers against other farm produce sold in their provinces. Manitoba egg producers, los- ing at the rate of a year, protested to their provin- cial government. It in turn asked the federal government either to put a halt to the Quebec actions or to order the Surpeme Court to hold a special hearing into the matter. When Ottawa declined to order a reference to the Su- preme .Court, Manitoba sought a high court hearing v.'ith its mo- tion Monday. Ottawa Students Cancel Meeting OTTAWA (CP) University of Ottawa students cancelled an "FLQ" meeting, originally scheduled for Monday, after being told by university officials that police would be called, if necessary, to prevent it from taking place. An official said the university will adhere to the War Mea- sures Act's ban on activities sympathetic to the outlawed ter- rorist organization Front de Liberation du Quebec. Plans for the meeting were made before the gGveiTmiont invoked the act Friday. In place of the scrapped meet- ing, student organizers planned an information meeting on the implications of the War Mea- sures Act. MONTREAL (CP) Bar- bara Cross, wife of kidnap victim James (Jasper) Cross, was asleep Saturday night when erroneous broadcast re- ports said her husband had been found dead. Shortly after midnight Sat- urday night, it was announced that police had found the body of Labor Minister Pierre La- porte, kidnapped Oct. 10 by the Front de Liberation du Quebec. At the same time it was re- ported, that police were head- ing toward Rawdon, Que., where Mr. Cross' body was said to have been discovered. Other reports, also erro- neous, said the British trade commissioner had been found1 dead in a Montreal parking lot. Fanrily friends and Susan, the Cross' 24-year-old daugh- ter who had been staying with Mrs. Cross for the last two weeks, heard the reports but did not awaken her to share the news. The reports were corrected early Sunday, and in the aft- ernoon a letter written by Mr. Cross was found assuring au- thorities he was still alive and well. Mr. Cross Was taken from his home Oct. days ago. Since then said a friend, Bar- bara Cross has "steeled her- self to expect the best or the worst." Imports Of Live Hogs Up WASHINGTON (AP) Im- ports of live hogs from Canada during the first eight months of 1970 totalled more than head, the biggest volume in re- cent years, say U.S. agriculture department market watchers. The main attraction was the higher U.S. hog price earlier this year. But now that the U.S. market has slipped the Cana- dian supply has been cut sharply officials say. Most of the head-com- pared with only during the first eight months of last year in as fattened hogs ready for slaughter, one spokes- man said. Most were sold di- rectly to plants. Imports of live feeder have risen sharply this year. A consumer and marketing service report is- sued last week showed head came across the border through August, compared with for the same period in 1969. Meat Industry Need Not Fear Competition CHICAGO (AP) An execu- tive of Armour and Co. said today that the m e a t industry need not fear competition from meat substitutes such as artifi- cial meats made from soy- beans or other vegetable pro- teins. Clifton B. Cox, executive vice-president of Armour, ad- dressed the American Meat In- stitute's 65th annual meeting. "It is well he said, "that an animal protein is nutritionally superior to plant protein in the human diet. "For this reason, it is unlikely that artificial meats, made totally from soybeans or other vegeta- ble protein, are likely to re- place meats." Recognition Of Red China Italy's Plan TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) A spokesman for the Italian dele- gation to the United Nations told a China Times correspond- ent that Italy might recognize Communist Ch'ina this month, the Taipei newspaper reports. "It is certainly not impossible that Italy would recognize Com- munist China 'refore Wov. the spokesman told Chou Chich, the Times U.S. correspondent. That is when debate begins on whether Peking should replace Nationalist China in the UN General Assembly. Canada became the latest Western nation to establish for- mal relations with Peking Tues- day, and Italy was said at that time to be considering such a move. SPARSELY POPULATED the size of still one of the most sparse'- populated Arab couii' .rics. Quebec Students Continue Sit-In PARIS 200 Que- bec students living in France continued a sit-in at Canada House Monday to protest the occupation of Que- bec by federal troops." The Quebec students and sym- pathizers are members of a re- cently-formed committee of the Association Generale des Etu- Poor Weather Hampers Road Construction' EDMONTON (CP) Unfav- orable weather during Septem- ber hampered highway con- struction programs, Highways Minister Gordon Taylor said here. Mr. Taylor said unless this month's weather is "exception- ally much of the year's construction program will be delayed until 1971. At the end of September, 80 per cent of this year's grading and base work program had been completed in addition to 84 per cent of the asphalt sur- facing. Mr. Taylor said about 133 miles of new grading and 300 miles of asphalt surfacing had been completed. diants du Quebec en France- General Association of Quebec Students in France. The building being occupied serves as a central meeting place and residence for Quebec students, who number about in France. About 100 stu- dents live at the house, half of whom have expressed strong disagreement with the sit-in and have refused to participate. The protesting students have formed a committee to provide funds for members of the ter- rorist. Front de Liberation du Quebec who are being held in Quebec prisons. The movement has also launched a propaganda campaign in the student quart- ers of the French capital. Benoit Vaillancourt, director of Canada House, said, he "re- spected the rules of a democ- racy" by allowing the demon- strators to occupy the building. The sit-in began Saturday night when about 30 uninvited guests arrived at a party held in the house, he said. Outside, the building was plastered with posters express- ing support of the FLQ. 10 DROWNED RANGOON (Reuters) Ten persons were drowned when a boat carrying 18 passengers capsized off Moulmein in lower Burma Monday, the official Working People's Daly said. Tories, Socreds Plan To Merge REGINA (CP) The provin- cial Progressive Conservative Association and the Saskatche- wan Social Credit League are planning a merger, spokesmen for the two parties told a news conference Monday. Neither party now is repre- sented in the legislature. Ed Nasserden, PC leader In Hidden Fund-Raising Group Helps Senators In Campaign WASHINGTON (AP) Hundreds of thousands of dol- lars in campaign money have been given U.S. senators through hidden fund-raising groups set up in Washington where a loophole lets the legis- lators keep the contributions se- cret. Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana and his Republican counterpart, Sena- tor Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania, head the list of candidates using the hidden committees to help bankroll their re-election races this year. Labor groups are making large donations to another Washington committee set up for Senator Harrison Williams (Dem.-N.J.j, who is in line to become chairman of the Senate labor committee if he wins. In political circles, the hidden campaign groups are known as "D.C. committees." The district of contrast to the home state- of most no laws re- quiring public disclosure of money raised and spent for can- didates. As a result, dozens of senators and congressmen have "D.C. committees" set up here to raise campaign funds, particu- larly from lobbies. Names of the hidden commit- tees came to light in a study of the detailed list of donations that other political groups, such as those for labor, organizations or industry lobbies, must file with Congress. French Weekly Editor Held BUCKINGHAM, Que (CP) Claude Dulac, editor of the French language weekly Le Bulletin de Buckingham was arrested Monday by Quebec Provincial Police under the War Measures Act. The 25-year-old editor was taken into custody at 4 a.m. at his hotel room in this commun- ity 25 miles east of Hull. Saskatchewan, and provincial Social Credit President Lloyd Avram laid officials of the or- ganizations agreed Saturday they should "join together as one political body." The move would have to be approved by the membership of both parties, the spokesmen said. Both Mr. Nasserden and Mr. Avram said they expected there would be little opposition to the idea. Conservatives would be asked to vote on the proposal at a meeting scheduled for NOT. 9-10 in Regina. Social Crediters would be called to a meeting at about the same time, Mr. Avram said. If membership of both patties endorsed the s u g g e s t i o n, a founding convention would be Woman Killed MARWAYNE (CP) Helen Frances Loader, 54, of Lloyd- minster, Alta., died in a single- vehicle accident six miles north of this east-central Al- berta town. called to choose a leader and to determine policies. Standing in the now is Liberals 34, New Demo- cratic Party 24 and me seat ii vacant. Home Oil SeUs Shares CALGARY (CP) Oil Co. Ltd. has sold common shares of Trans-Can- ada Pipe Lines Ltd., R. A. Brown Jr., president of Home Oil, announced here. Mr. Brown said in a news release that the proceeds of about million will be used to reduce bank borrowings. The company declined com- ment on who bought the shares. There are still shares left in the company. HOMEMADE BREAD Remember the aroma of ho me bread? And the wonderful taste? You can, have it in your kitchen too with Margo Oliver's Weekend Magazine reel pet for Oatmeal Bread, Light Rye Bread, Crusty Loaves and other old-fashioned breads. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE EATON'SOkto There's a Festival of Sale Values at Eaton's Oktoberfest 4 More Days of Fun and Savings for the Entire Family Men's Banlon Knits! Reg. 9.95. Sweaters for leisure wear choose long or short ragl'an sleeves. Three burton placket neck. White, Gold, Olive. Sizes Special, each Men's Wear, Main Floor Boys7 Corduroy Pants Reg. 5.98 and 6.98. Boys' sizes have extension waistbands, double krtees, cuffs. Youths' with belt loops, plain hems. Navy, Green, Brown. Sizes 7 to 12, 10 to 18. Mffl Special.................. and Bays' Wear, Main Floor Boys' Tee Kay Pants Reg. 5.98. Flare style casuals cotton twill with front scoop pockets, belt loops. .Gold, Olive, Blue. Sizes 7 to 18. O QQ Save now! Special, Boys' Wear, Main Floor Supple Leather Gloves Cotton Drapery Buys! 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