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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Aarii 15, lOT TM UTHHOMf HKALB 27 British Budget Disappointing To Observers LONDON (CP) Roy Jen. ojt, ekaante of Hie ex- :keojaer lainiiiliil taia iar Brttoai today IB i that sprinkled coaces- mm awr i wide ma. Be mattni tax Mated iltomoef for. old-age surtax-payers ud art UK oeatnl bat to BBMBI per eeot fiuui 7w in move v giving Ike economy a he bueat and dividends. Tie higher curlax allowance abbot poyen off oe'anrtax raOa Jeans aaid the Britten ecoh omy on a of aurtaaoed pvwth with o Women Mail PM Trudeau Phosphate Detergent Boxes EDMONTON (CP) Laundry eaotaaing phosphates wat mailed today to Prime MiBMter Trudeaii by Toronto poDutka probe com- chewed Ibis detergent A STOP, organijed by DoOutiou, led to about 100 sam- ples of a detergent (Arctic Power) being mailed Mon- day to the prime minister. The samples were mailed by resident! of Village on me Green, a condominium develop- in the northeasl sector of me city. The samples were left at doors and turned over by occupants. A study by a University contained 36-5 per cent phate. phos- Mrs. Heather Granley, a STOP organizer, estimated lion- day's shipment was about a quarter of the total amount of detergent mailed In the last week to the prime minister. Richard Gregory, a spokes- man for STOP, said shipments will continue but the amount "depends upon the response to our publicity. I don't know ex- actly." .Mr. Gregory said STOP is a "loosely-structured o r g a tt i i- atioo, a noD-organization. "We have no members bul 150 people are willing lo help." Monday's shipment was or- ganized by Mrs. Dale Vale, a resident of Village on tho Green. "Ladies phone Mr. Greg- ory said. "We're a clearing house. We provide contact among women who want to do something." Mrs. Vale said she organized the collection because she was angry with things being left at her door. She said "there has got to be a stop to unsolicited dumping on our doorsteps of products we ordin- arily buy, particularly one that the government has banned." Anti-War Protests Resumed NEW YORK (AP) Demon- strations ranging from BosUn- type tea parties to fasts and marches were planned to mark today's U.S. income tax dead- tine as groups supporting the Vietnam Moratorium movement protest the continuation of the war. Sam Brown, national eo-onfl- nator of the Vietnam Morato- rium Committee, said Tuesday: "We are renewing our protft against the war after a long wirier of deliberation.11 -The protest was timed to coincide with today's tax deadline to em- phasize what the demonstrators see as the relationship between expenditures and continuing high taxes. Counter-demonstrations al i o were planned.. The Catholic War Veterans.and UK Silent Major- ity Mobilization Committee were sponsoring the opposition in New York. Leaders said they would not interfere with the anti-war groups. NEW YORK (AP) WMeat by trek drivw n scat- tend eMa hnc caned in- creased layoffs and an embrago pajgyback fnigot rail irinkewas ipearfad vMatlh; tracker blamed by atae railways for an they imposed today aa fcwigbt How- to try break LayoSa tetiucd Iw' wll oy dDebthewalkootal-, MNWUDGETT Bat while be amoaneed tax cote that amounted to a modest a year, there i general feeting among IhA u onaerven mm. ne is back aid that there might be a inaMarlcat before next et edien, eqMded by many eom- mtntafan b lakc-ptaca aext bUL Jo pact of the ed about be im- rising wife de- inands ott the eoooooiy and Had Oat to inflate bone demand far at thB atage would be aortad lacked ohaerrert let mat flh1 iwdnetion of the central bank rate to aevea per ca eonpand with a erigb rate of eight per cent that exutod be- S-may m iteS iomDiaU with willing to look lor creSi because of tower in- STYU5 A variety of.footwear and non-footwear is visible in this photo of students attending a television show taping at Carleton University, Ottawa. Styles range from leather Wellingtons to sdndels both with and without socks and to bare feet. The students were listening to Health Minister John Munro and members of the Ameri- can-Black Panther Party. Nixon Moves To Outlaw Dumping Of Dredgings WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Nbton asked Congress today .to outlaw chimptag of pol- tuted dredgings into the Great Lakes, starting with the 33 mast polluted barbore. In a qpecial message, Nlion ate ordered a special study, to be completed by Sept. 1, on of diedgings, slodge and'other materials into the oceans. "In the New York area he said, "me amount of annual dumping would cover all of Manhattan Island to a depth of coe foot in two years." Initial emphasis, however, Is Grim ha by the nriodod OiofD, Lot Aogelea, St. Lotu, Detroit, riaidinl, Akron, Omo, and proteating' a tuMalife nabjon- wide cuubact uiuvkuug wage inmaao of 11.10 ao boor over three RETUKN TO WORK 'Air tiafd normal Taesday as buudiedi of coutioDers1 reported back to work. The level was normal or mal in moat by vwjtchu to the curroncy oedmal fystem oext February. Current nan-idiom OB British along with dating foreiga-ex- cbange cootroas. Jeokm said the uODDenUaBon mot be OB expmding Three Still New Tork, to major cUy lathree- !thefint year and a raise the second and third years. The printan promptly rejected the contract as They earaOy recenv tUM.a wiekly The parties in the depute an 10 oniona, representing worken, and the New York Tjmea, The Daily News, the New York Poat and the Long landPreai. Jj.C.Government Sets Example In North TELLOWKNIFE, N.W.T (CP) Three members of a It-man power toboggan expedi- tioa aUemptiag to eroas 100 mite of barren hod remained missing today bat there no coaceni in the Northwest Territarini capital for their aafety. Depaty eommisiioner Jobi Parker aiid today that acreo nMmbcn of tfac pcty frwt? ker Uke, in the central Arctic, were found Tuesday out of gag and slightly off come. They were near-me Vnetion of the Thekn and Clarke riren. Columbia today became the first province m Canada to rec- '_ "teen-age adults" as leg- islation lowering the legal age to 1) from 21 years went into eT- fect Tor the first lime in the prov- ince, liquor riore vendors and operators of bars and beverage rooms opened their 19- and 20-year- okb. Their new adult stains also in- dudes the right to vote and many without parental consent, The Age, of Majority Act; which cub acras ad provincial atatota, was imminent by B.C. Attorney-Genera] .Leslie Peter- aoo-who said be believes'the moK wiO "bring the governing of our young people out of the middle ages." V "By reducing the age to be said, "a precedent has been act for I hope might be followed in other prov- It has been: A similar bill approved in principle Tues- ay by the Saskatchewan legis- lature. During-this; year's session of e B.C. legislature, the Social Credit majority received sup- port for the bin from the Lib- eral and New Democratic Party opposition. MTI KICK OUT Of ft-Jh, by'wtth Hnto'rwlp from rwr frtamh. A brdran tog oWi't Otcta Htrkti out of (tit gorrt, oowte, younjstcr In rote of pgnfw father Than rvnninfl Demonstrators Storm U.S. Embassy By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Arab demonstrators stormed the U.S. Embaasy la Amman Jordaa today, then tossed a bomb Into the American Cul- tural Centre. First reports salfl there were a number erf casualties. Al the embassy, windows were smashed aad offices ran- aacked. Three embassy vehicles were wrecked. Demonstrators hauled d the U.S. flag from its staff on the roof and ran up the Pales- tinian colors in its place, ft was Amman's second straight day of' demonstrations protesting the fotrhcoming visi by Joatph Slsco, U.S. assistant of state.for Middle East affiin. Sisco, currently in Israel, 01 scheduled to arrive m Friday. CABINET TO WINNIPEG (CP) The feil enl cabinet will meet bi Win later this year to hel cornmemonte Mamtoba's Cen- Pattern 7253 the Great lakes, with Nixon ying his program wookt mark major step toward abating there by "by-products modern technology and large opulation increases." Principal legislative requests ub mi tied by the president L halt to dispoEal of pol- uted dredge mBlerials into the axes by private interests and U.S. Army Corpi of Engi- s "as soon as land disposal tes are available." by the corps containment areas to hold the materials that otherwise might o into the lakes. requirement that the tales and other non-federal in- terests pay half the cost juilding the containment areas nd also provide Leeded lands and other rights. dredging, after one year if the army secretary ound that local interests "were not making reasonable progress in attaining disposal files." The White House said con- struction o facilities in the S most, polluted harbors would cost of which the ederal government half. The cost of operating and maintaining UK facilities would increased a year 'due to the added handling cost of the dredged spoil." EST TODAY Aprfl 15 Classic cardigans an spring "must-haves." Knit nowl Knit sitter brother carrh of knitting wonted in one piece from neck down In ttock inelle stitch wilh ribbing. Coz; easy. Pattern 7S3: 1- mciuded, FIFTY CENTS (cdm) fo each pattern (no ilamp please) add IS centi for each pattern for tint dan mailing and cpecial handling to THE LETRVnTDGE RCKAU M Frtet Street Welt Readen Mafl LaaHei Taraat. 1, Shots Fired During Mail Truck Strike MONTREAL (CP) Gun- shots were fired at two security guards near a downtown postal station early today as a federal Sovemment employment offer lor former mail truck drivers neared its midnight deadline. The guards, employees of Barnes Security Agency, were waiting outside the station for private niai! uiK'its t'iKy were have escorted. They vrcro not injured. A fleet of 100 (rucks hired by the post office delivered mail to the island's 33 postal stations today. Mail Is 24 to 48 hours late. In Ottawa Tuesday, C. M. Dniry, president of the treasury board, said the government no point in continuing discus- sions to er.l a tiispule which began tn> months ago. The dispute started when the driven began work slowdowns and stoppages Feb. 3 to protest feared tes of jobs and seniority April 1' whn Lapalme's exchi- contract lo truck raafl on Montreal liland expired. La- palme did not bid for renewal in the new fiscal year, saying it could not match Hie !ow bids of other companies: seeking con- Woofeo SAVE 7-PCE GOLF SETS Regular Woolco Price 44.97 pro 14 bag. Made of itrono washable grained vinyl. Large iide' pocket lor clothing, kolli etc. Detach- able hood. Avocado, Blue, fturgwndy. 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