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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -------Tuesday, Seplember T, 1971 THE LETHeRIDOf HEKAID 5 Gandhi plans visit to U.S. Acts of violence are no longer necessary MONTREAL (CP) Spectac- ular acts of violence are no longer necessary to keep people interested in politics, says a leading Quebec political activ- ist. Charles Gagnon, a former so- ciology professor at University of Montreal, Said in an inter- view that "at the level of priori- ties, we no longer need an awakening of Quebecers to in- has an opinion of it." "Now we have to give Que- bcccrs a means of communicat- ing their opinion. They must hive a chance to have a politi- cal instrument." revolution to separate Quebec strangled early Oct. 18, after he last October's kidnapping crisis, from Canada. was kidnapped from his suhur- said Gagnon. Gagnon said, however, that j ban SI. Lambert home Ocl. 10. the possibility of further viol- ence from groups such as the terrorist Front de Liberation du Quebec cannot be completely ruled uiit. VIOLENCE COULD CO.VLI Gagnon said that violence "Unlil now. Hie actions of Hie FLQ had. on the whole, a posi- tive effect they were an )iri- could occur "as spontaneous re- portant factor in Ihe nolilica! actions to or awakening of he through Ihe work of militant said. The FLQ took credit for the groups with a false sense of Gagnon feels thai the instru- ment would be a worker's revo-1 lutionary parly organized along j lines similar to Russia's pre- 1917 Bolshevik Party. Both Gagnon and writer Pierre Vallieres were early thinkers in a call for a violent I minister. Laporte was found fan for (he 10-monlh lull since Gannon said. "October kidnappings last October of British diplomat James (Jas- per) Cross and the late Pierre .aporte, former Quebec labor 'Hut the effc-ct could bicome priorities. very negative if they continued The realization by militants again in the autumn." that further violence not "The workers don't have any- be productive may be the rea more power than before Octo- provided them with no better political instruments." He dismissed Rene Le- vesque's separatist Parti Quebe- cois as "a party run by good lit- lle bourgeois, with a rather low level of political consciousness." The ultimate goal of the revo- lutionary movement in Quebec, he said, is not simply the achievement of independence from Canada, but the creation of a Marxist-Leninist revolulion- ary society. MOMENT OF FRUSTRATION ll's bad enough hav- ing to pay a nickel to park your car, but to have to push your way through a clump of weeds to perform the task is enough to make a fellow blow his stack. The parking meter belongs to the Cily of Calgary. NEW DELHI (AP) Prime Minister Indira Gandhi plans to make a state visit to the Uniled States in early November, au- thoritative sources reported today. The sources I'1'' T" dian foreign ministry, said the exact dales slill had not hrui worked oul. But lhe> said the two governments were planning a visit starting (O'.var'l i'ic oncl of the first week of November. It would last about five days. Mrs. Gandhi, they would fly to Washington after visiting Britain from Oct. 31 lo Nov. 3. She also is to go lo France and West Germany. There also is a possibility Mrs. Gandhi wUl address the United Nations Gen- eral Assembly. Indian officials have said the Soviet Union will not be in- cluded in her fall itinerary. However, the Patriot, a news- often used for official loste. says Soviet President! kola! V. Podgorny is expected to. come to New Delhi in October. Fort teachers FORT MACLEOD (Special! The G. H. Davis School here is for Grades 4, 5 and 6. j Principal is Michael D'An- drra. Other teachers arc Noel Dnhorly, vice principal, Mrs. Sylvia Ncwmann, Mrs. Mary D'Andrca, Miss Sharon Snow, Mrs Grace Huntley. Mrs. Eve- lyn Bonne, Mrs. Margaret Wil- liams, Jack Craig, Mrs. Eva Pedersen, Mrs. Colleen Brooks, Mrs. Viola Cox, Mrs. Aivi Lar- son, Barrie Pratle, Russell Clark; special teachers, Mrs. Pamela Young, librarian, Mrs. Delcrys Clark, reading, Mrs. Marjorie Hart, music, Miss Cavolvn ,c''-n. Our new Corolla. Luxurious accommodation for four. Separate entrances. We finally did it. We made a 4 door Corolla. We did it for people who might prefer not to fight their way around the front seat. And especially for people with children. Besides the 4 doors you get a 102 hp engine, over 30 miles per gallon, power-assisted front disc brakes and a 4-speed synchromesh transmission. 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