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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 3, 1971 PACKED TO OVERFLOWING __ East Pakistanis fleeing across the of million! of men, women and children caught in the clash between border into India ore forced to live in overcrowded refugee camps jet the Bflngla Desti Independents Movement and federalist troops of up by the Indian government. The Canadian Broadcasting Corp., will of Yahya Khan. telecast, at 4 p.m. MST Saturday, Sept. 4, n filmed news report on the lives_________________________________________________________________ Peter Pickersgill produces pointed poster OTTAWA (CP) "Would J you buy a used country from this That question blazes above a green model of Canada nailed up on a rickety scaffold and leaned on by a caricature of President Richard Nixon. "It's a poster done for the Canadian Student Liberals by Peter Pickersgill, son of J. W. Pickersgill, a former Cana- dian cabinet minister. And it's being distributed to poster shops across the coun- try "well in time for Presi- dent Nixon's visit in the political organization said today. The message, a statement said is primarily intended to emphasize Canada's responsi- bility in determining its own national goals. "Then we may in fact avoid Oo-za-we-kwun Centre Inc. launched at Rivers., Man. RIVERS, Man. (CP) The Canadian Forces Base Rivers, f 30-year-old military airfield al this western Manitoba town, has been signed over to ils new role as training centre for Man- itoba Indians and Metis. The acre base, to be named Oo-za-we-fcwun Centre Inc., is to offer a program to native residents to prepare then for vocational training or Identify killer N.Z. (Renter) Police '.have intensified their hunt for the killer of Ross Rus- eel Hawlcy, a 48-year-old Cana- dian found dead in his suburban. Mount Eden home Tuesday. Hawley'te brother, Donald, of Misslssaugp, Ont, phoned the Auckland police Wednesday morning aitter hearing a Cana- dian broadcast calling for next- of kin. Hawley who came here about six months ago, was discovered by fellow workers Who went to his flat after he was absent for a week. Detective Inspector B. W. James, who is hepfing to lead tlio inquiry, said the pob'ce had nothing concrete to go on at this stage, but added that the possi- in the killing had not been ruled out. A post-mortem examination university studies following the two-year course at the centre. David Courchene, Manitoba Indian Brotherhood president, said the signing over was "the beginning of a new era." "It's significance Is incaclul- able." He said the ceremony at the field 24 miles northwest of Brandon represented the pro- gressive thinking existing be- tween federal government and Manitoba Indians. James Richardson, fed eral minister of supply and services, revealed that Hawley died from represented Defence Mini s t e r head injuries. He worked in Australia and New Guinea before coming to New Zealand. Hawley was cm- ployed here as a clerk at the of- fices of The National Dairy As- sociation. Flight for Concorde LONDON (AP) Britain's Concorde 002 supersonic airliner made a two-hour flight down the west coast Thursday a d reached its fastest speed so far 2.06, or more than bility of two men being involved I miles an hour. Donald MacDonald and Jean Chretien, minister of Indian affairs and northern develop- ment. PAINTINGS STOLEN LONDON (AP) Two 18th- century Venetian paintings by Francesco Guardi were stolen from the Kenwood Museum in London Thursday. Police esti- mated their value at Details of how the masterpieces were stolen were withheld by Scotland Yard, but officers said descriptions have been sent to international art circles which might not realize the works are stolen. WITNESS FOit CHRIST CRUSADE WITH HARVEY and BARBARA BILLOWS EVANGELIST and RECORDING ARTIST Come and hear their unique ministry, mode up of fine Gospel music and the simple preaching of the word of God. This ministry is one involving the great army of Lay People in the church, in the ministry of personal soul winning. Barbara Billows has recently recorded a iong play album and her music is such that it will touch the heart. Including contemporary Christian songs, hymns, and gospel songs, which ore all greally received by both young and old alike. During the crusade meetings, Harvey Billows presents a soul winning (raining one half hour before each service. Don't miss the WITNESS FOR CHRIST CRUSADE AT THE DOWNTOWN GOSPEL CHURCH, THE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE at 520 7th Street South SEPTEMBER 3rd -4th -5th Meetings Begin Tonight and Saturday nt p.m. Sunday at p.m. handing over to Mr. Nixon what would otherwise amount to being a 'used The student Libernls called would you buy a used country from this man? on the federal government for a consistent policy on the de- velopment of. Canada's mate- rial and human wealth. DIFFICULT QUESTION The poster is the work of Peter Pickersgill, son of the president of the Canadian transport commission. If was released by the Canadian Student Liberals in Ottawa Thursday. The posler will be distributed across Canada. N-Test opposed ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) The Aleut League of Alaska filed suit in Anchorage federal Citizens watch bad drivers PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. (CP) Lorne McCuisn, an in- surance adjuster and city al- derman, Thursday said an eight member organization known as the Prince George Traffic Association has been formed to make traffic viola- tors realize they're being watched. He said members will note the licence number of "any auto acting erratically and in a dangerour manner" and the registered owner will be told by mail that his car was seen breaking traffic laws. court Thursday to block a five- megaton underground nuclea test explosion planned nex month by the U.S. Atomic En- ergy Commission. The civil suit, filed by Alask Legal Services Corp. on hehal of the league's Aleut In dian members, asks the U.S district course to issue an in junction against the test, code named Cannikin. The test set for Amchitka Is lajid "threatens possible de stniitfon or ntost serious harm to the lives, property, com merce and culture of the nativ people living in the Aleutian Is land the suit said. The test also could result in "radiation leakage into the at- mospherc or oeenn, earth- quakes, tsunamis (tidal waves) or volcanic the complaint said. Held is loofs paradise Lawyers puzzled too Ily JIM NEAVES BANFF (CP) Cana- iaii lawyers were told Thurs- ay that if they get into the tax- lion field only occasionally, hey won't be able to under- tand the proposed new tax sys- em just by reading the law. R. D. Bell, ri Calgary lawyer, ild the convention of the Cana- _an Bar Association that law- ers both old and young, who kle taxes occasionally, will find It "absolutely impossible Chiefs probe crime By GERRY SUTTON CALGARY (CP) Organized in Canada has infiltrated and ore of the main easons is public apathy, the Canadian Association of Chiefs f Police was told Thursday. The statement was contained i a report to the association's nnual meeting by a 10-member ommittec studying organized ime. Bookmaking, illegal lotteries nri other forms of gambling are "the largest individual reve- ue producers for the overlords f the report said, and aw enforcement is barely man- ging to maintain its own. Director-General Maurice St- Pierre of the Quebec Provincial 'oliee, wlra headed the commit- said part of the problem is jcneral public enjoyment ol uch activities as prostitution and gambling, areas in which their money supports syndi- :Med crime. "On the basis of intelligence available, organized crime rroups have made inroads in he public administration by ubverting br inciting politi- cians, law enforcement officers and civil servants to corrup- the report said. SAYS NONE IN TORONTO Toronto Chief Harold Adam- son, a member of the commit ,ee, said in an interview syndi cated crime "doesn't exist in Toronto." But we must still be alert to i since it docs exist in parts oi he country." In an interview, Mr. St. Pierre said organized crime has 'tried to infiltrate all public de- partments by buying officials and it works occasionally He refused to name any de partmenls or officials but 1 has or could happen" at mu ndcipal, provincial or federa levels. The report, based on informa- on from major urban police departments, also outlined tire entry of organized crime inter ests into legitimate business Using capital obtained from gambling and loan-sharking, or janized crime lias access to "mob-controlled" lawyers and aecnunUmts, it said. The report said organized crime countinues to traffic i narcotics in Vancouver, Torontc and Montreal. 'It would appear that our hard-drug population is continii ing to increase with a high leve of enforcement doing little more than control the situation. Chiefs were forbidden by their association to comment on th report and Solicitor-Genera Jean-Pierre Goyer also refuse comment. Others on the committee wer chiefs F. E. Sloane, Edmonton L. G. Lawrence, Hamilton G. 0. Robinson, Halifax, an Eric Silk, Ontario provincia police commissioner. The convention ends today. orking knowledge of the new 'stem." Jack R. London of Winnipeg aid he made several attempts start a paper on the new bill ut each try was abortive be- luse the most important part the depreciation puzzle in the roposed regu- not available. Delegates considering 17 pa- ers on Finance Minister Ben- on's new taxation legislation escribed it as complex, diffi- confusing and a letdown. The association has a special ommittee set up to make rep- esentations to Finance Minister enson on the new tax reform ill. A Vancouver resolution ask- ng that hospital abortion com- Tuttees be eliminated was re- erred to provincial sections of association for further tudy. LACK COMMITTEES Peter Butler of Vancouver, ho introduced the motion, said lany women cannot obtain a ertificate from a therapeutic bortion committee because ome hospitals in smaller areas, for religious reasons" have o such committee. The motion asked that the Criminal Code be changed to >ermit qualified doctors to per- orm or prescribe abortions at he request of a patient. Abortion now is permitted nly to prevent harm to a woman's physical or mental lealth, as judged by a commit- at a hospital. Patrick Furlong, a Windsor )nt. lawyer, said he opposec he motion because "what we're rating for is legalized murder >y doctors only." Dr. Morris Shumlatcher o: legina, not a medical doctor rat a recognized expert in civil liberties, said the rights of the unborn child now are being rec ognized in civil law. Drug man ifacturers had to pay damages :o children bom with defects after their mothers took thalido- mide during pregrancy. "It seems inconsistent and anomalous if we say that the unborn child can't be a cripple but he can be he said. "That, in effect, is my view o SAVE Tuo 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES IIMUTQ UFFLEPt INSTALLATIONS Phono 328-8134 509 58 .04 65 51 72 48 63 45 52 76 43 72 41 65 44 76 67 76 50 87 02 74 64 74 63 77 62 .02 .83 Quebec 75 59 St. John's........ 62 51 Fredericton 75 49 Miami.......... 84 781.30 Washington 77 M Los Angeles...... 76 66 San Diego....... 75 69 San Francisco 72 60 Denver..........91 58 Las Vegas 99 74 Mexico City...... 72 57 Rome...........84 59 Paris........... 74 58 Berlin.......... 78 53 Amsterdam 73 55 Madrid......... 93 G4 Moscow 66 52 FORECASTS Lrtbliridgc Medicine Hat Today: afternoon showers in a few localities. Winds W15-20 and gusty during the day. Lows 40-15. Saturday l sunny witli highs 70-75. Calgary Today: mainly sunny witli showers in a few localities this afternoon. Winds occasionally NWI5 and gusty during the afternoon. Lows 35- 40. Saturday: sunny. Highs 70- 75. Konlomiy, Columbia Today and Saturday: sunny with cloudy periods. A little warmer on Saturday. Highs today in the low 70s. Highs Saturday in 70s. Lows tonight the mid near W. Gleaner Model "G" Combine Is A GIANT Nol just in size but in performance 50 bushel grain is only a starvation diet for this big perform- er. For your farming opeiations you should go Gleaner Model Look into our Interest Free Finance Plan GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY P.O. BOX 1202 r.u. BUX uoz LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 327-3165 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COUTITESY OF AMA All highways in the Leth-1 dry and in good driving condl- bridge District arc and' lion. TOUTS OF ENTRY (Opening nnd Closing Colitis 2-1 hours: Carway 5 n.m. to 11 p.m. MST; Del Ronila 7 n.m. to B p.m.; Rooscville, B.C. 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Kingsgatc, D.C., 24 hours; Porlhill-flykcrls B n.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wildhor.sc, n.m. to n p.m. Logan Pass open 24 hours daily. ;