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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Stilurduy, April 6, THD ItTHBRIOGE HtRALO 13 carry hockey TORONTO (CP) The "without prejudice to announced Friday It has do cit ec lo allow its affiliated lo transmit Ilic Stanley Cup semi-finals and tions lo (devise announced Thursday games in the N.-ilional network will League playoffs if they wish. The opening games in the se> ries between Toronto between tlie two series while CI'TO Toronto and CKCO Kitchener would carry all Leafs and Boston Bruins and Montreal Caniuiicns and games and CFCF Montreal nil York Rangers have becli shown oily on tlie CTV network arid CBC s French language Games. The national network is scheduled to televise Toronto-Boston games Saturday and This arrangement meant an cs imated one million Montreal-New York games on Sunday and fans in Canada were unable and Boston arc see the games because CTV stations reach only 80 per cent in their scries while New York- leads Montreal 2-0. If the CBC's possible audience. The CRC earlier released York scries ends before Thursday, the fcr rights lo all quarter-final will switch to the to CTV because of a strike if it is still its technicians which prevented CBC from providim; has not been decided which game will he televised rh. The CDC saici Fviay it cle- ally if both scries require a cidcd to allow its affiliate game on Sunday, April tions lo join with tlie CTV work for the games consultation with 1 i1 tives of the ,O11! ACiENCY HOLDS It said it hopes any t lat wishes lo televise games will he accommodated >y MacLaren in Agency which holds the to all NHL games in The CBC said Ihe release (CP) Two its affiliates to televise ministers agreed in games applies only to Ihe remaining quarter-final that confidentiality of public documents must NF Police even if opposition members are inconvenienced. Deputv premier Dr. Hugh Homer suggested thai era an Jei (NDP Spirit River-Fairvicw) withdraw a cor EDMONTON (CD The Edmonton Police Association specific references concerning an Alberta tCb I agreed to join with other civic employees in a pension plan. An enabling bylaw on (lie agreement is to go before city deleted. The issue developed when Mr. Notley presented notice of a dx-part question to Helen be ins his cil Monday without portfolio SECRETAN and POWELL ev Al C A I AOLTIUN 1 w ft B D mile west of Del Bonita tb APRIL 11 AT 1 1 ini CASH LUNCH I been favored with instructions from Mr. Louis and Powell Foggin who have sold their farm, we for salo the following ine of farm machinery ns subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor you may find them the day of the Deere 630 gas ractor In top condilion; 730 tractor in top condition; 1 hull trader with live 402 pull type CockshuO swalher; Mossey combine; 12-ft. Massey Harrii DSA hoe drill with 1 4-fl. IHC No. 50 eutlivaton 1 S-ft. plow wih hydraulics; 1 2-fl. Graham Hoeme 10-f, Noble blade; 2-12-ft. Case hoe 1 4-fl, weeder; 12-ft. IHC rod weeders; 17-fl. Edwards attachment: rod weedcr; new Brandt grain ouqor; May rath loader with 2 compartmcnl 500 gallon fuel lank; 130 gallon tank, pump; 1952 CMC grain truck with Edwards 7-ft. power mower; John Deere side delivery rake; heavy duly wagon w lh 750x17 tires; 1 rubber 80 amp. 1 in coin welder; helmel; rods; Mo r quo welder; grease guns; fog chains- scrap iron; fanj hand tools; vet supplies; shovels; forks; Briggs 3 h.p. mony mora lie-mi too numerous to Sc CONDUCTED AUCTION KEN MILLER Lie. 758 6607 i.ces gap sensi issue NUN rONVICTKl) Sister Klizabclli McAHslcr, one ol i-pn (EfEciulaiits in fln bomb kirinap conspiracy trial, siTiilcs at a news eon- fcrcncc in I he federal build- after a frdt-ral jury eunvic'tcd her ami rather IMiilip Hcrrijiau on 'S of summing letters in ami oiil of a federal peni- tentiary. Jlv OAIWY rAJKIJAIHN OTTAWA fCI'i The SUH- d rcliiil price of a typical' 1971 four-door aulornobilo wilh n six-cylinder engine in the United States was For the same car. n Canadian would liavo hjui it) the equivalent oT in (IS. cur- rency. fieliiiui those fij.niITS lies a ot calculations ami sensi- tive international issues. Cana- dian officials arc attempting to determine whether the extent of the price differential is justified and whcLlu'i- it can he; reduced. Some ol .servers have sug- gcsled that recent ium'iises in the differential nrn giving the auto makers hither profits and mailing tlieir (''inruhan lions more profitable than those in the U.S. But auto makers disagree. and a trade deparlmenl oifinnl said Friday (hat his department j lias no informution to refute them. The North American auto in- dustry is a sensitive in Canada-U.S. rctntions, with the U.S. saying that Canada derives too much benefit from the lOGfi i ,'intri jiacl which established vir- free trade, in anto.s and j parls fjclwccii the countries. As far as Hie price differential is concerned, ho Iwth countries ate in agreement. The U.S. government wants K re- duced so that North American cars cun compete more effec- tively wilh overseas imports and the Canadian government I wants it reduced so that Cana- dian buyers will pay less. MATTKH per cent in tliu 1971 model year, hcen H windfall lo HKJ liii; unto For all cars lust yeart tlic Cn- j companies? nadiim official said, the average i if the auto trade U-hurn wholesale price differential was j Cunada die U.S. is roughly roughly eij4ht per cent. Hwt, ho added, the differen- tials heforc 3971 could not be di- compared to differentials j ures a balaiice in j since then. Before 1971. the Ca- acla'.s favor of million for I in balance, says tiv official, i! The most recent Canadian f nadian dollar was pegged at U.S. cents. When the 1971 cars come out, the Canadian dollar was at 9IS.4 U.S. cents. Currently the Canadian dollar is at about par. ___...... ____ _...... U.S. figures show that if the mirrowim! of the differential 19155 exchange rate is used for Jf'71, with exports muter the pact of 5-J.l hillioii ;nui did not mention this, t h e r o would lie the question of pay- t7ifills between Canadian and U.S. branches of (lie same com- pany. If. for example, the? Cana- dian subsidiary sold assembled 1 cars to U.S. parent for rela- lively low prices, the profitabil- of the Canadian operation would be distorted. was one of the benefits Canada hoped to obtain from the auto pad. lie confirmed that officials are discussing the matter with industry executives, but. noted: i "This is not something new. It's a continuing dialogue that ou between the govern- i ment and the companies on i their activities in Canada." models, the wholesale price difference was 2.3 per cent, compared with rJ.G per cent in If the new exchange rate roiifjh balance. Compared with (be total traric1. fur a surplus or deficit of SHKi million i or so is nol much and rouhl ey-en he a statistical error. lie noted thai reasons exist for a price difierentKil between i.s used, the I9G5 difference was Hie two countries, Canadian dis- 10.6 per cent and 1971 was S.IJ trihution and warranty cosL; air per cent. MUST BK CONSTANT "You must use a fixed According to U.S. fifjvtres tlio Canadian official i presented to I he U.S. Senate fi- j said, nance committee, the wholesale In short, the actual different price difference for the above- mentioned four-door sctten was I fl.b per cent for 1065 models. higher, for example. The question was whet her all of Ihe price differential is justi- fied in terms of these costs. Determining that could take a groat deal nf de- tailed work, Assessing the relative prnfiUt- in price has increased, hut the difference relative to the cur- rency relationship might not plants would mean K fo 3.9 per cent for 1970 have. j examination of both models and then rising to 8.S' Has the currency realignment i Tn addition, thmifli the official Summer lor on priiirics i (CP) About sttulpnts in liio prairie provinces will In: provided with MirnmtT einpUvynumt under the of national program to lii.oni) shi- 1 dial's fiends hetwccn M.'iy anr1 Thi3 del'eiK'e (leparlniLMit an- tliat million has been allocated to tb.e Prairie re- for (lie cm ploy ment n total SlO.-t million on ti'e project. cerning Dr. John Jenkins, sus- nded in March 1971, from the iver. NEVER COMPLETED Mr, Notley, the New Demo- cratic Party leader, asked why an appeal hearing involving Dr. Jenkins, a psychiatrist, lasted eight months and never was completed. He also asked why Dr. Jenkins was not. allowed to Dr. Jenkins "was forced to accept a government settlement because of the long delay dur- ing which he could not collect his said Mr, Notley. The other questions asked why Dr. Jenkins was being evicted from his home by the Alberta Housing Corporation and bow many other appeals have exceeded eight months fore settlement was reached. Miss Hunley initially asked that the questions be delayed until she could seek a legal op- inion concerning the confiden- tiality of documents. Dr." Homer suggested that Mr. Not ley could get his in- formation without endangering the confidentiality of documents by going directly lo organiza- tions or individuals involved. He prom iscd to consid er rovitKnjJ the iti formation If Mr. Not icy could show lie had received permission from Dr. Jenkins to present the question publicity. Mr. Notley said Dr. Jenkins had provided such information, but he agreed to withdraw the questions temporarily. Civic salaries exceed budget EDMONTON (CP) Salaries paid to civic employees in 1971 j exceeded the budget allotment j by almost million, city con-1 (roller treasurer E. K. Barry j said today in a report to city council. All depart nients but the li- brary recorded over with a in o u n t s ranging from for Mm police depart ment to for civil defence. Put it to work in rB' Fund. You'll get security and a good Fund invests in bonds and pnys a fiood, re gut sir income quar- terly. Sec us for corn- pi etc informal ion. 'B'Fund. Royal Trust 740 4fh Ave. South, Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 328-5516 For a limited Jime only at participating dealers each GOOD UNTIL APRIL You'll feel and know you're on really good rubber as soon as you take of! on Uniroyal Tiger Paws (one of Canada's known "high performance" Their big, broad footprint gives a fast start and a short stop. The 2-ply rayon belt reduces tread squirm so it's cool running (heat is a tire's worst The 2-ply nylon cord body delivers tough dependable resistance to road hazards. Tiger Paws literally "eat-up" Ihe miles. That's why Tiger Paws are Uniroyal Value Assured tires. And an even bigger value at these special offer prices. 78 Series S33.8B S38.88 S41.88 S45.88 UNIRQVAL 70 Series S42.88 S39.88 S44.88 S59.88 S53.88 60 Series S47.88 S53.88 A safe tire value for every driving need Size F70 omen sizes AT PRICES 9 ya series, 9-rih rfeslgn belted from liro for beltftr tracking, ;ind steering. 70 sei'JPs, 3-row lug and 5-rib belted design rear lire fcr sure tr.iclion Si Eitabilily ?-ply rayon bolt, 2-ply nylon body, puncture- reriflant Seal-rite linnr. exclusive Seal-rito liner minimizes air loss OTHER SIZES AT COMPARAnLE PRICES Full 4-ply nylon 5-row rib design Engineered for the family car for dependable snfe mileage! for the UNIROYAL VALUE ASSURED symbol at these participating dealers. prices us shown at Uniroyal Centres. Comparable prices at participating Uniroyal dealers. LETHBRIDGE 1621 3r.l Avc. S. Phone 327-5985 TADER 6201 50th Avn, Phone 223-3-MI FERNIE, B.C. 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