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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THl initBRIDOI HfSALD Splurdcry, April 1J, HEADS HANK Ulcliiinl Ihiiin of YmK-ouvor is ruinu'il Mimitay as Hie rshlcnt of HIP l-nl L'uil.v llnnk n[ C-inalla. 'lie-'s lirnd olfiro will lie i Tlip L'iink lien's j oririi .nil office- i" llrilisli in QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC Copirol Furniture Oldg. Certified Denial Mechanic EDDY DIETRICH PHONE 328-76848 expenses for task forces KDMONTO.V I'ay- incuts of S5.WO made to Allwrta task forces on whicli only Pro- gressive Conscrvativps a r c members, Hie lepislnturc was told. A tabled return showed that up to March 31, wenl to (he on needs, opportuni- ties mid responsibilities of the jndividiiiil, of that to ttie chairman of tlie task force, Ken Pnproski (PC-Edmonton Fifteen Conscri-alivM MLAs received expenses All 20 Con- vrtlivc backbenchers Jire on at least one task force. Social Credit opposition speakers have argued the ex- penses arc for work done by what should be party caucus committees anil as such n nor- mal part ot an MLA's duties. The task force reporls are made to tlie cabinet and Coir servnlivcs contend (hey don't have lo be made public. Government speakers have- Id the task forces are a ne- ssary part of brinRinR Inilivi- ml Conservative MLAs into Tim second-highest amount of ipcnscs, went to Hoy d'C-Cnlaary Norlh Dr. Paproski said be lias oppcd praclisinfi medicine itl was working full-time on s task force duties, lie said bis expenses had built up through substa- nce and travelling in Alberta ncc November. rberla MLAs receive n ear, S-I.CIX) in sessional indem- ties anrl in tax-free cx- enses. NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Form Induslrinl Demolilion Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Loadj Cailondi TruqV Magnet Crone Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Slreel Norlh Phone 328-1721 "Scrap It Our Builneit" Polarized tOWES completely efirmnate annoying gfara from water highways arvd beaches. And you can have In ycJT own prescription! Drive more S3 See FTToro eiearty. Framed in our zingy new platters, owHs or odaflons, Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Prejcriplion Sunglatiei Cfiildren'i Framei Mognifieri Repair! Reaionabft Pricei OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 3iil8-7lrt: ST.S.-tETHBHfDOt Phone 327O609 Extradition of Aussie ordered HISD DEEFl (CP) Appllca- on lor the extradition of Jo- cph P. Fitzgerald, 30, from n undisclosed country will he ilcd immediately, police said oday. Seven charges of. fraud and ne cacb o! theft over ireach of Inist and (also pre- enscs liave been laid apinsf Fitzgerald hy RCMP who said ibont SfiO.OOO was Involved. Police said the charges arnse rom on Investigation ranging rom Ponoka to Calgary with he bulk of the complaints against the Australian citizen originating In the Red Deer area. jobs available HIJACKER AND PILOT Ricardo Chavei-Orlii, a Mexican National who hijacked a Fronlicr Airlines jel- liner over New Mexico and ordered it flown lo Loj An- geles, is shown with plane's pilot, Willio Hunt during television end radio interview on board the plane. Hunt holds gun that Chavez-Ortiz handed over lo him just before surrendering to FBI agents al Los Angeles International Airport. The hijacker wonted lo 1ell news- men bis tole of hard luck. (AC Wirepholo) OTTAWA (CD There were an average of jobs vacant and available for fult-timo em- ployment during Hie final three months of 1571, down 10 per cent Irom the previous Ihrec months, Statistics Canada and the manpower department re- ported here. The figure compared with job vacancies In (he Ifilrd quarter of 1971, and va- cancies In the last three months of 1970. White the number dropped 36 per cent between the third and fourth quarters of 1970, It declined only 10 per ceul in the same period last year. The statistics arc hascd on a semi-monthly survey conducted by the statistics bureau and av- eraged over a three-month pe- riod for analysis by the man- power department. In addition to the full- Umo Jobs available in October, November and December last year, Lhere were vacancies for temporary and part-time workers, adding to a total of The Job-vacancy total for blue-collar workers declinec slightly to in the las llircc months o( last year, from In the previous quarter. A year earlier, there was a sharp Calgary hijacker could be paroled MacDonald Leads campaign OTTAWA (CP) Finlay McDonald, 49, o[ Sydney, N.S., has been appointed national campaign chairman o( the Pro- gressive Conservative party, il was announced, here. Mr. MacDonald, vice-presi- dent o! the national party and president of the. Nova Scotia provincial wing, resigned last January as president of In- dustrial Estates Ltd., a Nova Scotia Crown corporation. He is a former president of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters. SEK rOW RELEASE NEW DELHI (API Paki- stan has written India demand- ing the release of Paki- stani prisoners of war held by India, Deputy Foreign Minister S. P. Singh told Parliament Thursday. But Singh said their repatriation would have to bo discussed with the government of Bangladesh before any deci- sion is tnken. CALGARY (CP) Paul Jo- seph Cini, given four concur- rent lite sentences and tlireo other prison terms this week for hijacking an airplane, will he eligible (or parole in seven years, the chairman of the Na- tional Parole Board said Fri- day. George Street tolrl a news conference "he will not he pa- roled if (eel he's danger- ous." Hijacking is a type ol crime with wliich we have had no previous experience. We don't know much about the lype ol person who commits this act yet." Parole generally works with 75 per cent ol those released before their sentences ond and misbehaving, he said. In a typical month 65 prison- ers were on parole in (he Cal- gary area wilh 67 ot Ihcm em- ployed. "These paroles earned a to- tal of and supported dependents. Thisis an example of what lha parolo board can do. "We saved all the money It would cost lo keep these peo- ple in an instililinnn. They K ported their own families and earned money." Solicitor-General J. P. Goy- Is your money unemployed? Put it Lo work in our Investment Funds. You'll get security and expert management. Hoy al Trust has Invest men t Funds designed to a nit your needs: capital growth or high quarterly in come. Sec us for complete InfoTinnt Inn. Investment Funds. Royal Trust 11 740 4th Ave. Soulh, Lefhbridgc, Alberta Phone 328-551C er's proposal lo billet parolees willi Uic elderly is "a gotxl tlca in although pri- soners involved would have Lo carefully screened, Mr. Street said, but ho was not con- sulted belorc Coyer made Lhe announcement. Mr. Street said he would pre- fer placing prisoners on (arms where they could work and con- tribute to society. recalls rap lo from be- ween Uie same three-month pc- itHfs. Fur- white-collar the Irop was .sharper in 1971 Uifin in 970. Last year, (lie figure ropped to from in he third quarter. In J970 the ccllne was lo (rom Statistics Canada said opprox- mately of the va- anclcs reported in the last liree montlis of 1971 were clas- ilfied as being hard to [ill in the sense that they were vacant for one month or longer. Those harcl-lo-fill vacancies rose by from ttic previous year. lictwccn (lie last quarter rjt 1370 and Ihc last tlireo months of last year, (lie biggest in- crease in demand for workers than In the service Industry, followed by bencli workers and struc- tural workers. The demand for white collar workers nnO ma- chine trades workers rcso by one-third. CURRIE'S FINE FOODS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK A.M. TO 9iOO P.M 1516 9lh Ave. S. BETWEEN THE TWO HOSPITALS '63-'69 buses DETROIT (AIM Approxi- mately GMC buses built from 1963 through and equipped with power steering are being recalled by General Motors Corp. for inspection and possible replacement of power slcerinc; booster housings. CM said metal faljgue cracks may occur in the booster hous- ings Involved after extended use and that tlus could result In loss of steering control. The company said replace- menls vould be made with an improved forging design to pro1 vent fatigue cracks. GM said no school huscs were involved in the recall. ANNOUNCING NEW BRANCH OPENING OF Yurko rrilicul of uews media EDMONTON (CP) Envt vlronment Minister Bill Yurk. [old the legislature the new media pays loo much nttcntioi lo extremists. He was speaking about erage of various points ol regarding pollution and wha should ba done about it. "There pro two ends of Ih scale. The extremists them- selves don't bother me so much as the amount of coverage the news media gives them. "The news media gives ex- tremism front page headlines all the time because they (eel that the people want to hear about this extremist view- point." Mr. Yurko said responsibility for presenting a balanced, ra- tional viewpoint on various is- sues lo the people is basically a responsibility of the news media, not Ihc extremists. MIDTOWN MORTGAGE and LOAN LTD. 1265-3rd Ave, 5- HOME MORTGAGE AVAILABLE MIDTOWN WILL LEND YOU MONEY ON THE EQUITY IN YOUR HOUSE WHETHER PAID FOR OR NOT. NO RESTRICTION BECAUSE OF TEMPORARY UNEMPLOYMENT OR PAST CREDIT RATING. Call N. J. (Norm) GIESBRECHT 327-2181 EVENINGS mid WEEKENDS 328-0005 L W MOVING LTD. Phone 327-3911 For all your moving ond storage needs, call tho experts at L W MOVING LTD. "YOUR UNITED VAN LINES AGENTS" OPEN HOUSE KRADLE KOOP BABY CENTRE APRIL 10-16 2 P.M.-9 P.M. A warm welcome is extended to oil par- ents who are interested in the welfare of small children. USE THE SERVICE ROAD DIRECTLY WEST OF WOOLCO Everyone Welcome! 2210 MAYOR MACRATH DRIVB PHONE 328-2509 CHARLES of THE BEAUTY CLASSES Come, share ihe tmauly secrels of fnlernalional eel world famous Charles of the Rid beauly care products and trealmenls. Learn how to reveal your lovelfnesi wilh specially formulated Charles of tha Rili bcaulifiers. Each beauty cfasi is a compact two-hour session brouglil 1o you by Mrs. Pelra Topp, Charles of the RiU Special Representative will be ot lha Cosmolique the week of April 18 to 22 inclusive, Make your reierva- lioni locJay by phona or ot Charles of ihe Rilz Cosmetic section for your lime and day, Admission fo the Beaury Class li by ticket only and placci are limited. Be sure lo gel yours today at Cosmotique. The fee is CLASSES TAKE PLACE TUESDAY, April 18, WEDNESDAY, April 19f THURSDAY EVENING, April 20, p.m. FRIDAY EVENING, April 21, p.m. THE COSMOTEQUE Downtown on 6th St. S. Phone 328-1212 Tho Lothbridge Symphony Association Presents their 3rd CONCERT of the SEASON Monday, April p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE FEATURING THE LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conductor LUCIEN NEEDHAM Guest Artist: LOUISE CHAPMAN, Piano PROGRAM Zauberflala Moiort Symphony No. 8 in B Minor (The unfinished) Schubert Piano Concerto in E Minor Chopin Overture La Gazia ladra Roninl LIMITED RUSH TICKETS AVAILABLE.................... STUDENTS................... Ticlceli available at LEISTER'S MUSIC LIMITED YATES BOX OFFICE {Until IS minuTei before Performance) ;