Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 THE LtlHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, Otlober 54, 197Z Immigration branch rapped by Marxist professor TORONTO (CP> Istvan Mcszaros, Hungarim-lxim prec lessor of social sciences, said Monday tlic immigration de- partment's refusal to fjraiit him a visa to teach at York Univer- sity is "absolutely He accused department offi- cials of "most vicious slander" In terming him a security risk without giving evidence to sup- port their accusation. Mr. Mcszaros, who resigned a position at the University ef Sussex in England to accept a teaching position al York, said in an interview he has heen paid by the Toronto institution since July 1, but is placing the money in a bank account and will not use it "iinlll this mat- ter is cleared up." The Federal Court of Canada Monday dismissed an appli- cation by the .Marxist scholar's lawyer that would have halted a deportation hearing against him. The hearing continues to- day. Jleszaros said he had been advised in England by the department that he would not be admitted to Canada cither as an immigrant or a visitor, but that he had ignored the ad- vice it wus "illegal." In St. John's. Nfld., Immigra- tion Minister iiryce Mackasey said Monday night lhat Mr. Meszaros wouid be "a definite asset to the economic commu- nity of Canada" but "our secur- ity agency" had decided the professor is a security risk anc he had to rely on that decision "or where would Canada's se- curity The minister said lie not reveal why Mr. Meszaros is considered a security risk. Mr. Meszaros taught for two years at the University of Bus sex after fleeing Hungary din- ing the 19S> revolt. His wife irS three children arc still in uglond. Candi in campaign Pattern fashion story swingy plus the sometime topping o a contrast jerkin. Combin checks or print and plain. Printed Pattern 4519; Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 18. Size 12 (bust 34) dress yds. 45-inch; jerkin 111 yds. 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Both Nixon ami Vice-Presi- dent Spiro wore inter- rupted by proteste-s in cam- paigning Monday. Nixon waited for police lo calm things clown in a New York City suburb, while Agncw quieted a lone heckler in Twin Falls, Idaho, a blast from a whistle. Agnew's plane was struck by lightning near .Salt Lake City j but there was no damage. With only two weeks remain- ing until the presidential elec- tion on Nov. 7, Nixon back in Washington after a day of campaigning in the New York MAKES BROAD CHARGE McGovcrn said today tliat Republican sabotage of the Democratic campaign for the presidency has included forg- ery, burglary, tampering with a grand jury, obstruction of jus- tice, banking violations, failure t o report campaign ex- penditures and fraudulent use of the mails. He said an attempt by the Nixon campaign lo plant ques- tions for a television inter- viewer to ask torn on Sunday was "OTIC of the more arrogant episodes in a 'Republican cam- paign marked more by its au- dacity than its honesty." Meanwhile, a presidential spokesman declined comment on a report by CBS television that the White House has re- opened the investigation into the break-in and alleged bug- ging at the Democratic party headquarters in Washington June 17. CBS said the inquiry was re- sumed "after President Nixon was cautioneti by acting FBI Director Patrick Gray that the a gency h ad est abl isbed ino re serious direct links to the White House than the president might know about." NIXON PULLS CROWD Nixon drew the biggest crowds of his re-election cam- paign during a 50-mile motor- cade Monday. Police estimated that 425.000 persons lined the streets of a dozen normally Re- publican communities in New York's Westchesler County. The president said in a state- ment he will veto some spend- ing bills in the next week. "I am going to use every weapon at my command to hold spend- ing as close as possible to biliion-so that will not have a new wave of crippling inflation and there will be no need for higher he said. Police clubs to subdue several dozen unruly rtemon- st ra t ors who i nt c rrupf c tl the president during a rally at the Nassau County Coliseum in Un- iondale, N.Y. China and U.S. stand together UNITED NATIONS The United States opposed Monday a Soviet proposal to convene a world disarmament conferenec in 1974 mul said such a Marge unwieldy" meet- ing couiil be harmful. A majority of the less-devel- oped Third World nations hacks the Soviet plan, but China sU'.nds with Washington in op- posing it. Ambassador George Bush said that the U.S. government does not believe sncii a confer- ence could "contribute at this time to the achievement of con- crete arms control agree- ments." The expected U.S. opposition came at the start of the annual UN disarmament debate in the General Assembly's main political committee. The Soviet delegate, Ambassador Jacob A. Malik, said one-third of the world's expenditures on arms is spent by Ilic United Slates. "Tile history of arms control efforts to date shows that there is no substitute for careful, patient Bush countered. "A large, umvieldly confer- ence would not provide ttic sort of atmosphere conducive to real progress. It could, indeed, be harmful to institutions lhat have already a record of proven accomplishments and that are conducting ongoing ne- gotiations." Bush said that the political committee, "where all nuclear powers are present, is per- forming lliis (ask and it need not be duplicated by another fo- iLitn." Both France and Ctiina have refused to participate in the work of the 10-year-old Geneva disarmament committee of 10 nations. Malik called for setting up a committee earlv next year to prepare for a 1974 conference. About hvo-lhirds of the 132 UN members support the idea of a world disarmament confer- ence. Keep a litlle girl misy dress- ing her ILli teen doll. Save a small fortune, crochet new smart fashions of finger ing yarn. Pattern 7362: pants, hotpants, city shorts, cape, pot- holder vest, tunic, dress, long dress, shawl. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special to Alice Brooks, care of Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, NAME, ADDRESS. THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario M.C, Slavich, c.uu. Representative LETHBRIDGE Tel: 327-5514 Get bigger and quicker cash values with Manulife 25, the "special advantages" policy. Call your nearest Manufacturers Life Representative. Lewis blasts Trudeau statement CRANBROOK, B.C. (CP) KDP Leader David Lewis said Monday Prime Minister Tmdeau distorted the facts by linking rising (ooci prices to farm incomes. It was the second time in two days that Mr. Lewis disputec the statement by Mr. Tmdeau who said on a weekend tele vision program lhat farmers benefit from rising food prices. M.T. Trudeau also denied tha price increases have been ex cessive, rising 2.5 per cen' from mid-1970 to mid-1972. "Obviously this fellow, who has never had to struggle to pay the rent, has never j gone shopping Mr. Lewis said of the prime minis- ter. In fact, said the NDP leader, food prices jumped 42.5 per cent between and July, 1972-a larger and more signifi- cant period than Mr. Tnidcou's two years, i In the same II years, prices paid to farmers had increased j only 25.4 per cent, while farm production costs rose by -10.2 per cent. "Farmers have, in fact, suf- fered a decline in their net in- come, one lhat has thousands with their backs against the i waiis." i Air. Lewis made his remarks during a stopover here on a flight to Calgary from Van- couver. After his lunch speech lr> ihe local labor council, he took part in a question-and-answer ses- sion with high school students. 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