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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIBOI HERALD Thursday, October 28, 1971------------------------------- They're glad Kosygin, gone heave huge sigh of relief Tobacco growers jeer Mimro during panel discussion OTTAWA (CP) Soviet Pre- mier Alexei Kosygin has flown out of Canada teaming goodwill nod leaving behind a renewed call for Russian-Canadian co-op- eration that was almost lost in the mighty sigh of relief from (Jus country's security forces. After spending eight days viewing Canada from within one of the tightest security networks ever thrown around a visiting dignitary, Mr. Kosygin left the counry saying it made "a tre- mendous impression" on him. And in a television interview broadcast after his departure Tuesday, he said Russia wants to broaden its economic ties with Canada and join forces in controlling Arctic pollution. An official communique is- sued earlier in the day said Mr. Kosygin's political discussions here produced "a similarity of views on a number of interna- tional issues." Talks between the often-dour 67-year-old Russian premier and Prime Minister Trudeau were said by the communique U> have been carried on "in an atmos- phere of frankness, cordiality and mutual understanding." TOUK UNMARRED Despite an Ottawa incident in which Mr. Kosygin was lightly mauled by a man who bounded through police lines, and a con- stant scries of protest demon- strations, there was no indica- tion the hectic tour had been of- ficially marred in any way. Dismissing the Mr. Kosygin left the country de- scribing Canadians as "very business-like people pro- ceeding towards their goa' boldly, courageously." Mr. Kosygin's tour, movhij like an armoured caravan, took him from Ottawa to Montreal Vancouver, Edmonton and To- ront o. He saw industrial plants, the- atre, a hockey game, wealthy clubs, groups of businessmen factory just about everything Canada has lo offer in the way of policemen. But it was his three days ol talks with Mr. which could have a major im pact on international relations was at the core of Mr Kosygin's visit to Canada. And Tuesday's communique ndicatcd that a lot of ground vas covered. The document envisaged ex- landed economic co-operation; hat appropriate agencies exam- Serving you with INTEGRITY STABILITY EXPERIENCE For ever 60 years We all kinds of INSURANCE HOME-BUSINESS-FARM- AUTO-and LIFE and can save you MONEY SEE US SOON- fORSTER AGENCY A continuous family enterprise for over 60 years 7C6 3rd Ave. S., lethbrldge Priori. 327-2793 ine ways to develop this co-op- eraiion which would extend to the scientific and technological fields. Both sides agreed to facilitate BAIL Geza Matrai leaves court in Ottawa after being released on bail and having his charge of common assault against Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin remanded to Nov. 9, Matrai was charged following a physical attack on Ihe Soviet visitor Oct. 18. Turkish president refuses to accept trade, and wheat was specifi- cally mentioned as a continuing component in this trade. VIEWS SIMII.AIl The communique referred to the "friendly, good-neighborly relations" between the Soviet Union and Canada; consulta- tions revealed a similarity of views on a number of interna- tional problems. Both sides favored a properly prepared conference on Euro- pean security, which would in- clude Canada and the United DELHI, Ont. (CP) If Can- ada imposes standards for tar and nicotine levels in tobacco, other nations will follow, Health llinister John Munro says. He told about jeering States. There was agreement that resignation ANKARA. Turkey (AP) Premier Nihat Erim's army- backed reform government re- The resignation came after a meeting Tuesday night of Erim with Sunay, Gen. Memduh Tag- signed Wednesday in a manieu- mac. chief of the general staff, to confound conservative j and Justice party chairman Su- critics. and President Cevclet Sunay refused lo accept the res- ignation. Sunay said Erim and his cabi- net had "Full support from the parliament, armed forces and public opinion." Erim agreed to continue as premier. The worst, best ivines discussed NEW YORK (CP) Hugh Johnson, the English author of a new book, The World Atlas of Wine, says he found southern Ontario wines unworthy of inclusion. In an interview here, Johnson discussed the test and the worst wines he had encountered in his lifetime. The greatest, he said, was a Haut-Brion 1899 from France "It seemed to be every- thing a claret has to be." The worst, he said came from the Lake Ontario re- gion of Canada. He added: "The foulness of the taste is what I remember an artificially scented, soapy flavor. It's not in my atlas." HALLOWEEN NOTICE To all witches, goblins, ghosts and to all things squealy, squirmy and spooky that emerge from covert, cavern and various other lairs one night each year to prowl the streets of this City on the weird and wacky mission known as and WHEREAS your moment, known as the Eve of All Saints, falls this year upon a Sunday, THEREFORE the Council of the City of Lethbridge implores you to launch your broom and set forth on your frolicsome forays one day earlier, namely SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30 AND FURTHER NOTICE to all those mortals hav- ing in their care such witches, goblins, ghosts, etc., as may be too young to read this notice, you are asked to commu.nicate its contents to them and beg them in their mercy to comply. Mayor a leyman Demirel. Erim accused the conserva-1 pou-cr live Justice party of blocking his proposed social and eco- nomic reforms. Turkey's military command- ers ousled Demirel from the premiership March 12. They threatened to take over if a new government was not formed to stop civil unrest and make re- forms. Demirel's party, which has 224 seats in the 450-seat assem- bly, contributed five ministers to Erim's government, which was dominated by non-political technicians, some of them mod- erate leftists. Oct. 5, Demirel ordered his ministers to resign from the cabinet, bringing on the crisis. early steps should be taken to- ward a reduction of East-West forces in Central Europe. There was a call for an "urgent politi- cal settlement" in East Paki- stan. And the communique said other areas of agreement in- cluded disarmament and the Middle East. At a news conference here last Wednesday, Mr. Kosygin said Canada will "always have a friend in the North." He said this friendship should not threaten any other country, in- cluding the United States. While the official communique provides a rough outline of Mr, Kosygin's talks with Prime Min- ister Trudeau, it likely will take months to assess the full effects of the discussions. The communique for instance does not mention the diminish- ing fish stocks en Canada's cast coast. But Fisheries Minister Jack Davis told the Commons he hac made an emphatic, although brief, representation to Mr. Ko- sygin on the matter. The Rus- sian premier had said it wouJt give "very serious considera ticn" to the request for better conservation practices. In the economic area. Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin said working groups already have been set up to study such areas ns oil. gas. non-ferrous metals construction and hydro-electric men at a penal discussion in said, will not be affected by the this community just west of Simcoe, Ont., that tobacco ex- perts will not be harmed if other countries agree to stan- dard levels. tobacco farmers and business-1 The domestic industry, he Freedom fling proved costly EDMONTON (CP) Six. property and one charge of ffle- minutes of freedom cost an Ed- gal detention. monton youth six extra months in jail. Phillip Robert Lewis had just Ken sentenced to 60 days in plus He fled from the courthouse but was cornered six minutes later in an old building next to the police station. federal government's proposed ban on cigarette advertising, because people will not stop smoking. Bob Causyn, a tobacco farm- er near Longdon, Ont., just south of here, asked the health minister how he could ration- alize an anti-smoking campaign when the government was sub- sidizing tobacco growers in the Atlantic provinces. Mr. Munro replied: "If you are arguing for greater co-ordi- nation in the government, I agree with you." Most of the health minister's Earlier Mr. Munro was boo- ed by high school students in Tillsonburg, about 20 miles south of Woodstock, when he told a panel discussion the gov- ernment has found tobacco smoking is harmful to health and must try to discourage it. NEW TOP SELLER YORK (AP) The American Bible Society's mod- ern English translation of the Bible, called Good News for Modern Man, has sold more than 25 million copies, surpass- ing the previous top seller, Dr. Benjamin Spock's Baby Israel stands firm JERUSALEM (Reuter) Is- rael stood firm today by its con- ditions for an agreement with Egypt to reopen the Suez canal even at the price of forfeiting further supplies of Phantom jet fighter-bombers from the United States. In a major policy statement Tuesday, Premier Golda Meir underlined Israel's determina- tion to resist political conditions it believes might endanger its security. Mrs. Meir Egypt's terms for reopening the canal and voiced open concern over what she described as worrying changes' in the U.S. delay in answering Is- rael's long-standing request for more Phantoms and Washing- ton's latest position on an in- terim Suez agreement. This position could be inter- preted as support for some of the Egyptian demands and would only encourage Egyptian leaders in their hard-line posi- tion, she said. Mrs. Meir made it clear Is- rael rejected the idea of a lim- ited ceasefire only and of an Egyptian troop crossing of the canal following a partial Israeli both terms stipu- lated by Cairo. Her reiteration of Israel's position was outlined in a list of nine points. again rejected MORE THAN HALF South Africa today generates in its thermal power stations more than 50 per cent of all the electric power delivered throughout the continent of Af- rica. Sin deals end classes boycott WINNIPEG (CP) A two- day boycott of classes at su- burban West Kildonan collegi- ate ended Wednesday, with all but a handful of students back in class. The students launched the boycott to support demands for a system of non compulsory attendance at the school where there is an enrolment of 680. A compromise proposal, con- sidered at a general student as- sembly, is to be presented to the Seven Oaks School board. The compromise would re- quire students to stay at school all day but while there they could miss classes to study in the library or go to a lounge. The students' original de- mand, if met, would have meant no duty to go to school or to explain absence. The School Attendance Act requires enrolment until age 16 and says anyone over that age must go to classes regularly or quit. BEER LURE NEW YORK (AP) For gar- deners concerned about keeping slugs and snail'! from dining on their plants and flowers, Time- Life's new Encyclopedia of Gar- dening offers the following tip: "Buy 'em a drink." A bowl of beer left on the ground near plants will lure these common garden pests. POLARIZED LENSES POLARIZED LENSES com- pletcly eliminate annoying glare from water high- ways and beaches. And now you can havo them in your own pre- scription! Drive more safe- ly. Sec more clearly. 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BOX 1490 IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA (Must bo postmarked no lalor lhan 6 p.m., Nov. 3rd) PLAY EXCITING KCINOVISION In the comfort of your own home Help lupport Ihe many worthwhile com- munity projecti and charitable wcrk that The Knights of Columbus provider If you require extra cards or woro mined pleaie reply lo: P.O. BOX 1490, LETHBRIDGE ;