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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD lliuiiclay, 26, 1972 WOUNDED IN STREtT FIGHTING A bl ceding, pro-Allende dernonsfrolor flaunts n clenched fist in Santiago aftsr fighting s renewed on strecis of ihe Chilean capital. Anti-government forces, protesting President Salvador Allende's leflist policies, clashed wirh supporters cf the socialist regi me. New confident Canada in '79 6 says Trudeau EDMUNDSTON, (CP) Minister Trudeau (lew across Canada Wednesday car- the message that he had new confident Canada ot 1972." His speech, almost entirely In Frc.nch, was similar to speeches delivered in Western Canada earlier in Ihe week- thai a new consensus has devcl- eft in British Columbia a day tlio Canada of WTl s a far cry from the Canada IK: oped- in the country, lhat sepa- began governing in ralism is on the decline, and About persons, who vaitcd in an auditorium unlil nearly 11 p.m. for the delayed irime minister, gave him a rousing reception in this north- ern New Brunswick town when he brought liis message of "a that Canadians are no longer in search of themselves. For the first lime since early in Ihe campaign, the prime minister was accompanied by his wife, Margaret, who planned to join him in Fred- Quebec studying y MONTREAL (CP1 The] lions have Siccn enlarged to in- Quebec gos'eriMiient is studying the possibility of a national lot- tery with a pi-million prize as part of the financing arrange- ments for the 1970 Olympics here, a Games offical said Yednesdav. elude ''informal talks with the rest of the SFEK AMENDMENT "Vve ure also looking at the By GKEG Ilcrahl Slaff Writer TAKER Southern Alberta's apparently still unsigned oral-provincial irrigation agree- ment got dusted off Wednesday al nes typed individually and iigned personally by the politi- cian involved, they are pro- (hiccd by computer. The Liberal announcement did not say whether Prime Min- ister Trud'eau's letters will con- tain different comments related to the interests ot different recipients. The announcement quoted Liberal national director Tor- ranee Wylie as saying the di- rect-mail program is limited in scope of a lack of ex- perience with the technique. "There will undoubtedly bo difficulties created by letters being misdirected or in- correctly addressed, but we feel the attempt to reach voters as individuals is worth mak- been replaced with a con- fidence that would help solve these problems. He again predicted "mas- sive" support lor his govern- ment in Quebec, not because it is Liberal but because it had shown that French speaking Canadians have a fuil role to HAMILTON (CP) A three- day strike by six office workers that shut off beer supplies to most Hamilton and district re- tail outlets ended early today when ttie group voted to accept lerms of a 14-month agreement with Brewers Warehousing Co. When the workers left their jobs Monday morning, 130 warehousemen, drivers and play in the broad Canadian con- store personnel refused to cross text, He was proud of "French power" as he was of Western power. Maritime power and On-1 Hamilton, five of !ll tario power. Powerful regional lington and stores Asper calls NDP leader hypocrite CALGARY fCP) t lo their las cost, then in many ite which saidf big corporations, are 85 per cent foreign Liberal 1. H. Asper Wednesday said national NDP Leader David Lewis is a hypo- crite and accused him and Manitoba NDP Premier Ed Schreyer of misleading the Ca- nadian public with (he "corpo- rate welfare bum" theme. Speaking to the annual dinner j of the Calgary Life Under- writers Association, Mr. Asper said it was "hyprocritical of Mr. Lewis" to campaign on a platform that does not conform o the performance of the New democratic Party when it is in office. The provincial Liberal leader -aid he wanted to "defend the profession of poli t ics agai nst those who abuse thei r p ubttc- speaking platforms to fill the Canadian people full of mis- rust, divisiveness and based upon unnuendo, half- truths and other misleading cases mining companies ac- tually pay more to the public easuries than other in ustries. Mr. Asper said the hypocrisy f the NDP position was shown ecently when Premier Schre- er criticized the federal gov- rnment for not imposing suf- controlled, are polluting Cari- ada anil taking away excessive tax benefits. An NDP government would protect freedom of expression, reform taxes, housing, tax in- centives, native rights, anc pensions "so that the elderly may live in dignity." The forum was sponsored by the Taber Jaycees. Sterilization- catching on in America ROCI1KRTKR, Minn. fAP) "what Mr. Ixjv.ls Or.e million American men un- derwent voluntary sterilization, or vascctomies, last year com- pared with men in 1980, a Mayo CMnic specialist has re- ported. "It's becoming a grow- ing William Furlow told 500 physicians from the United Slates and Canada at- tending a Mayo Clinic data.'' This abuse can easily be spotted in Ivfr. Louis' claims lhat the resources industry an paying too little tax and are free-loading off the Canadian public, he said. Ci ties li ke Thomps on, Flin Flon, The Pas and Leaf Rapids all in Manitoba, as well as sev eral tens of thousands of job: would not exist if Manitoba ha- adopted the policies of the NDP leader. SEES POOR RESULTS Tf Premier Schreyer bad im plemented the policies the NT) calls on Canada to adopt, Lh Canadian dollar would be do- valued and there would be northern development and tax revenue from the minin industry. and M representalion contributed to a powerful Canada. The crowd gave the prime minibler repeated ovations as he delivered liis .speech, which was almost identical to talks he had delivered in Manitoba, Sas- katchewan, Alberta and British Columbia earlier in the week. He made no new announce- ments. Today, Mr. Trudeau was lo meet students at the University of New Brunswick at Fred- ericton for a question-and-an- swer session before taking his campaign to the Toronto and Hamilton areas of Ontario. picket lines. As a result, 11 of 13 stores in six in Bur- in Dundas, and Ancestor Stoney Creek were closed. Ray Bariolotli, president of 334 of the United Brew- ery Workers Union, said he has instructed all those who were off the job lo return to work for their normal shifts today. The office workers, seeking their first collective agreement got an increase in weekly pay to from CLC wants while- collar workers TORONTO (CP) A spokes- man for the Canadian Labor Congress CLC) said Wednesday that staff has been hired and plans formulated for an organ- izing drive among wliile-collar workers. Kenneth Robinson, director of public relations for the organ- ization, said plans are at the stage where administrative, de- tails are being worked out for an "all-out" effect to unionize white-collar workers. He gave no further details. In Ottawa last May, the con- gress received about from affiliated unions to begin the job of organizing while-col- lar workers. Korean roundup SEOUL fAP) South Korea's martial law command said Wednesday it has rounded up 5C3 hoodlums, pickpockets, dance hall customers and other minor law breakers in Uie first icient tax levies on mining three days of a countrywide Companies even though the pre- mier knows these companies are already being taxed as much as they an bear. anti-crime drive. The command- said tho drive is aimed at eliminating various social evils so Koreans may live more hap- Weather and road report SUNJUSK FRIDAY SUNSET Sctu-eyer don't tell the public is, lhat when you add ttie special taxes paid by the mining in- dustries, such as municipal taxes, royalties and mining taxes, they are as heavily taxed as all industry in Can- ada." If the cost of airstrips, hospi- j lals, schools, slreets and other posium. 'Die Ihrce-day meeting ameniliss built by the mining ended Wednesday. industry in the North are added NORTH LETHBRiDGE CITIZENS TALK THINGS OVER WITH ANDY RUSSELL THURSDAY, TONIGHT POLISH HALL 745 13th St M. COFFEE BARBERSHOP QUAHTET EVERYONE WELCOME InK-rlpel by lalhtiridgR Fntjornl lihoiol Aixnc Lethbritlgc Pincher Creek Medicine Hal Edmonton..... Grande Prairie Banff.......... Calgary.....- Victoria...... Penticton...... Prince George Kamloops...... Vancouver Saskatoon...... Regina Winnipeg Toronto....... Ottawa........ Montreal...... St. John's...... Halifax Charlottetowu Freclcricton Chicago Angeles Home H 57 .53 CO 50 57 54 54 49 49 57 5i> 59 44 39 40 43 49 47 40 M 74 72 Paris Ixmc'on Berlin Amsterdam Moscow Stockholm -2' j Tokyo Gl 4s 50 48 55 36 57 3G 41 32 45 36 70 57 .09 .23 .44 .If, .06 .05 .18 FORECAST: Lclhbrirtgc. Calgary To- day: T.iijht snow. Highs near 30. Lows 15-20. Friday: Sunny. Iliglis near 35. Jleclicinc Hat Today: Pe- riods of lighl snow. Highs near 35. Lows 15-20. Friday: Mainly sunny. Highs near 35. Columbia, Kootcuay region Toc'.ny: Mostly cloudy and cool- er. Snow flurries in the Colum- bia region and periods of rain and wet snow in (he Kootcnays. Highs in the upper 30s or lower Friday: Cloudy except sunny during the afternoon in the Kootenays. A Liltle milder. Overnight lows in the 20s and highs 40 to 45. YEAR-END SPECIAL Cultivator Shovels CHISELS THESE ARE UNITED SHOVELS AND FULLY GUARANTEED GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Cojtts Highway Phone 328-1141 OI-'I-'ICIAI. AS OF A.SI TODAV COUISTKSV CM-' AJIA SHY BUT LIVELY John Lewis, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs, Bruce of Charleston, S.C., may bo o bit camera shy, but his mother says he has bsen a lively HlHe bc-y since he received one cf her kidneys In a Iransplanf June 7 nt HID University of Minnesota hosplinl, John, rvor to nn ndu'f Hdnoy in n for rj All main highways in the j district arc covered vrilh slush or uel snow and have occasional slippery sec- tions. Ilijduvrty Trans Cnnndn Highway, Calgary to Banff is snow covered and slippery, liantf-fiolden il is snowing lightly with slippery sections now being sanded. (Jolden-Rev- el'ilokc is mostly bare vnth some light snow. Banff-Radium highway is covered with light snow and has .sections. liariff-Jasper highway i.s in good winter driving condition. Logan Pass is closed. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and doping Coutti 24 Iiours: Carvvny 7 a.m. lo if) p.m.; Del ItoniLa 9 a.m. lo fi p.m. HnoH'Mllo, B.C. n a.m. f. p.m.: M.C.: 21 hours I'orlhiH Harris R -I m Id mtifnighi; hirf Mountain closet] WiMlwrsc, B a.m. lo o p.m. ;