Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Better deal in energy sales urged CALGARY (CP) Albcr- tans tumid liclp tlic govern- mcnt set environmental control standards anil must demand, a better bargain when selling en- ergy lo llio United Stales, says Industry Minister 1'rcd Pea- cock. "It seems to mo somc- Urncs come out with regula- tions industry can nol he; told a meeting of the Ain- crienn Institute of Plant Engi- neers. But no one lias yet bothered to tell his department whether an industry can conform lo any of the regulations which the province has been trying to im- plement, lie said, COLLEGE COLLEGE SAT. and SUNDAY MATINEES ONLY ON COMPLETE SHOW EACH DAY AT P.M. DOORS OPEN p.m. CHILDREN'S ADMISSION 50c runaway hilarity when Kuerpy exports should he a lever lor the sale ot oilier Al- berla products to Ihe U.S. II tliey want our oil, "wo should insist the U.S. also lake along so many tons ol another export." "We have sat back mid let 011 awn I ell us how good the auto pact is for Ontario. Now we must tell Ottawa what we as western Canadians nucd." Tax abolished ItEGINA (CP) The Sas- iatclicwan legislature Wednes- day gave second reading, ap' iroval in principle, (o a bill to eliminate the five per cent rales tax on meals costing or less. Premier Allan Blakeney said he bill would allow thousands of residents to purchase basic meals without paying what ho called a "hot dog" or "soup ciackers" lax. The tax was implemented In 19GB by the former Liberal gov eminent. THE EL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- "Harvey Grashbanger" (from EDMONTON) THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Thursday Cabaret' EVERYONE ADMITTED FREEI T NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY and SATURDAY "PHIL LETHBRIDGE" AT THE "I Thursday, April 13, 197? THt -LFTHBRIDCE HERALD 7 ASSASSINATED Gen. Juan Carlos Sanchez, 52, com- mander ot Argentina's 2nd Army and one of Hip, most powerful In HID na- tion, was assassinated liy ter- rorists who opened fire ou his cliaurfcurcd car.