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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE ICTHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, October 31, Kennedy's call for Irish unity irks London, Belfast authorities ator Edward Kennedy may have struck a blow against se- curity in Northern Ireland with his call for Irish unity and with- drawal of British troops. An Ulster official said there is no doubt that the American sen- ator's move will Rive comfort lo office spokesman said the only state of the spokesman comment that could be made is added. is seeking U.S. Senate that Kennedy is not a member I Another official said the state- of the U.S. government and 1 ment caused anger among Stor- therefore his views are not offi-1 mont ministers. It would bring cial. LONDON (CP) British and I and Ulster policemen. Ulster authorities fear that Ken-! In a move without precedent, Edward Kennedy may Kennedy endorsement of his view. A sim- ilar resolution was introduced in the U.S. House of Representa- tives by Hugh Carey (Dem. Kennedy called Ireland Kennedy's views are well known An Ulster government said comfort to the IRA and cause ill-feeling among Ulster Protes- tants who want no part of Irish "Brilains Vietnam." While British officials the gunmen of Ihe Irish Rcpub-, bitter about what they described liciin Army who have attacked; as outside interference in Brit and murdered British soldiers and his statement is not particu- i unity. were, larly surprising. Kennedy, a The official said tile Kennedy Roman Catholic of Irish tie-. move had come at a bad time, scent, lias shown "prejudice and j just when Ulster security forces ish affairs, a tight-lipped foreign I complete ignorance of the true: were feeling more confident thai, despite recent killings, they were getting on top of the situation. This view is chal- lenged among Catholic extre- mists. j The Evening Standard, a j Beaverbrook newspaper, com- mented that Kennedy's action is absurd and that what the sena- tor may be really after "is a few more Irish-American votes Lougheed wires Trudeau about Indians' plight Pakistan clamps lid on boiling problem EDMONTON (CP) Pre- mier Peter Lougheed sent a telegram to Prime Minister Trudeau Wednesday asking the federal government to clean up living conditions and improve educational facilities on three Indian reserves in northeastern Alberta. Mr. Lougheed asked the prime minister to "take what- ever steps are necessary" to SENATOR KENNEDY overcome an impasse in talks Unprecedented movo i between the federal Indian af- KARAOII tAP) The Paki- stani army has clamped a lid on a boiling unemployment prob- lem in West Pakistan that tlireatens to explode and affect its fight to keep a grip on rebel- lious East Pakistan. Because guerrilla war in the East has strangled the economy there, trade unions in the West say 75 government and private enterprises here and in Hydera- bad, 90 miles have fired or laid off nearly 10.000 workers, mostly since August. Labor leaders say unemploy- ment in Karachi. Pakistan's largest industrial concentration, has reached of a labor force of about Unem- ployment throughout the coun- try was estimated at 20 per cent, including 33 per cent in the more populous East before j March. Government labor officials produce no official estimates, and refuse to discuss unemploy- ment with reporters. An influential officer of the j textile mill owners1 association said: "If the situation continues like this for six months, there wll be an explosion." Similar views are expressed by Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, chair- man of the Pakistan People's party, which attracted most of! West Pakistani labor votes in' tile December, 1070. general election, and such labor leaders as Habi Ahmed, general secre- tary of the West Pakistan Work- ers Federation. "Trouble will start in Karachi and Hyderabad in industries de- pending on imported raw mate- rials, and then said Bhutto. ARMY TIGHTENS UP The toughened army stand after it arrested Sheik Mujibur Rahman and outlawed his East Pakistani-based Awami League in March has checked labor un- rest. The army has not ruled out the right to strike, but it has banned meetings and proces- sions. ;'If I do not have permission to hold said Ahmed, "if I cannot assemble at the factory gate, how can I Hardest hit in Karachi is the silk and cotton textile industry, the single largest employer. I Economists here estimate the textile industry has managed to regain the equivalent of 512 mil- lion of a annual mar- ket in the East by stepping up exports to Persian Gulf and Middle East countries. But be- cause the government subsi- dizes exports with bonuses to encourage trade which earns hard currencies, the govern- ment bears some of the cost of a comeback. Miss Linda Wettstein feted by Natal friends NATAL (HNS) A shower was held in St. Michael's Hall here in honor of Miss Linda Wettstein. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wettstein of Elk Valley. The birdo-lo-bc was escorted 50th anniversary NOBLEFORD (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. E. Sanderson and family spent the weekend at Maple Creek. Sask., to attend the 50th wedding anniversary of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keyes of Maple Creek. into the ball by her sister. Miss Dorothy Wettstein of Elk Valley j and Miss Phyllis Musil. a cou- i sin, also of Elk Valley. j Assisting in opening gifts i were the bride-to-be's grand- mother, Mrs. Yarmela Kotek and daughter Lillian, also her mother, Mrs. W. Wettstein. The door prize was won by Miss Jennifer Kaisner. The guest book was presided over by her sister, Miss Wendy Wett- steui and Miss Penny Chatter- son. The basket for the gifts was made by her aunt, Mrs. Irene of Femie. in his electoral quiver." "What he and those over here who think like him fail to see is that without the army's protec- tion, Ulster's Protestants would not simply lie down and accept defeat. They are not colonizers: they have been in Northern Ire- land for as long as the white man has been in what now is the U.S. "What is more, in what they believe to be their own coun- ties, they are a a well-armed majority." The IRA made no immediate comment but its leaders have been pushing hard for world at- tention and support, particu- larly in the U.S. with its large Irish Catholic population. Ulster authorities are convinced that a large portion of IRA finances come from American contribu- tions. Ulster Protestants have tried to get their views across to the American public but with little success. PRINCE DIES AT 84 GENEVA (AP) Prince Christian von Hesse, cousin of the late King George V of Eng- land and of Nikolai II, the last Czar of Russia, died Wednesday at the age of 84. Prince Chris- tian, whose mother belonged to the German house of Schleswig Holstein, acquired Swiss nation- ality after the Nazi regime de- prived him of his German citi- zenship in the Second World War. Easy Choice. FIVE STAR CANADIAN RYE WHISKY JOSEPH t. SEAGRAM 4 SONS LIMITED WATERLOO, ONTARIO, CANADA The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye whisky. Distilled and bottled by Joseph E. Seagram A Sons Ltd., Waterloo, Ont. Mansoii aide recaptured LOS ANGELES (AP) Ken- neth (Curly) Como, a reputed member of Charles Hanson's hippie-style clan, was captured today seven hours after a dar- fairs department and the In- dian bands on the Saddle Lake, Cold Lake and Kehewin re- serves. The premier said two Alber- ta ministers toured the re- serves Monday and their re- port, presented to the cabinet Tuesday, "proves the situation is serious." The report from the two min- isters Al Adair and George Topolnisky said conditions, especially schools and water fa- cilities, are unsatisfactory and clearly inadequate. The telegram said, however, the Alberta government does not necessarily condone a boy- cott of reserve schools now un- der way in the area. SOVIET NAVY IN CUBA MOSCOW (Reuter) Five Soviet warships will pay an offi- cial visit to Havana Oct. 31 and stay 10 days, it was announced Thursday The visit is the sec- ond in less than a year by ves- sels of the Soviet navy. It will follow a stay in Cuba of Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin who is due hi Havana Tuesday follow- ing his state visit to Canada. Authorities said Como appar- ently used smuggled saw blades to cut through two bars of his cell window and climbed into an interior exercise area of the ing before-dawn escape from a Hall of Justice hi which the jail j 13th-floor cell at the Hall of Jus- I tice. He kicked in a window to an unused court office and fled out a regular exit of the building, authorities said. Sheriff's deputies said Como, 31, was arrested in a residential area of West Hollywood after a massive door-to-door manhunt. He offered no resistance. Como was awaiting trial on charges of armed robbery and assault. He and four other re- puted family members were ar- j 10 people hurt when about rested Aug. 21 following a brief I people forced their way into a Shootout at a Hawthorne, Calif., stadium Wednesday night be- surplus store in what police said fore the start of a European-cup was an attempt to steal guns, i soccer match, officials said. FANS INJURE 10 MARSEILLES, France (Reu- ter) Policemen were among REQUIRE: TRUCK TECHNICIAN For night shift we need o licenced and experienced heavy duty truck technician. Usual company benefit! and good working conditions. Apply to: GUY PELOOUIN, Service Manager Cor. 6th Ave. and 6th St. S. Phone 327-5763 You'll marry me if have from what? Pll be yours forever if you. promise to protect me from housewife's clump. Talk it over! COLOR EXTENSION PHONES DO A LOT FOR A LITRE Demand liberation from housewife's clump. You know how it is. You're upstairs and the phone rings. And it's clump, clump, clump down every step. Well tell your husband (or husband-to-be) about it. But don't stop there. Protest. Ask him where he'd be without the privacy an extension phone gives him at work. Then him you'd like some privacy too. Remind him that a home extension phone gives everyone "their own private corner of the If he doesn't listen, if he doesn't promise to get you a colorful, color extension phone, for as little as a month, threaten to learn Karate. ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;