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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta TW HHAIO WeAwUoy, April 11, Judge G. Carsweu rejected U.S. Supreme Court nominee, has decided u> seek election to the U.S..Senate "to join President Nixon in Us goals of restructuring our coun- try and its government along consemUv fanes." .Carswell's announcement Jfiami, two weeks alter his Se- nate turndown, sets up a Rep- ubhcu primary battle Sept. I with U.S. Representative Wit liam claims sup- port from the White House. The Senate rejected CarsweB 51 to 45 April S. Ousted Priaee Ntndom St haMck has told his former prime' minister and confidant, Penn Nouthy that be has given up the idea of forming a gov- ernment ia exile, the official Cambodian news agency re- ports. JUDGE CARSWELL The agency said that Shan- X, MI MXM ouk h a d sent a telegram to Nouth white the latter was representing him at the non-aligned nations meeting in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Sihanouk has been in Peking since March 19. B.C. Lockout Growing Slowly VANCOUVER (CP) British Cohmbu's "At this moment, we've jot about nan locked more tnu he said. There are also some people ia laid off because of the hetout, but the CLRA's On lop of OH, the atveo un- umbers this year, about m the Constouctioe inlo threw a monkey wrench plumbers, were eoMinuiag to the contraeton' lockout port for duty. strategy by declining to set up What the eoatoekn jot hv picket 'Hues at projects where stead of a macaw, their members were. locked out shutdon was a Jradual, U hat cornet by the unions The aaofirtinn added the plumbers aod pipefitters wien to the kekeeVout list Tuesday. The oaoiikttB started at an April 13 newt conference when CHLA President G. J. Con- U m a written state- 55 Jobless Insurance Claims Increase Teacher Wins Nomination YERMIUON (CP) Thora- at Newcomb, 28, of Viking, was nominated by the Progressive Conservative party to contest the east-central Alberta riding of Vermilke in tbe neit pro vincial general election. a high school tencher, beat Vermilion mayor Charles Heckbert and house- wife ffiWa Wilson of the Ver mffioo district, on the first bal- lot There were 404 registerei delegates and be recorded 21 votes. Ashley Cooper, publisher o the Vermilion Standard, weekly newspaper, now hole the seal for the Social Credit party. CANDIDATE AND PlAiTOtM Ben Decker, candidate for parliament in South Africo'i Hondebosch comtituency, stands cot a peacock among pigeons In a land of mostly drab drws and grooming are un- conventional and his platform is a street hawker's wheel- borrow. He is ihown perched on the cart as often does so that people can {jet close and "trade Premier Aleiri Kosygui told Henry Ford 11 in the Kremlin hat air pollution is not a prob- era in the Soviet Union. The chairman of the Ford ilotor Co. said be responded to Cosygin's remark by saying that since the world is turning around "the pollution we put into the air comes down on tbe Soviet Union." "Over Kosygin re- Thought-Screening Program Flops This lockout win take effect tomorrow (April 14) and unfor- tunately will result in the shut: down of virtually all construc- tiOB ia British Columbia." OFFICIALS .ADMIT GOOF CRLA of f i c i a 1 s tnb week taU tfcnt the statement WH worded and the meant to indicate gradual riwtdown rather than an immediate province-wide dccore However, the B.C. and Yukon Boilding Trades Council says the contactors said exactly whit they meant tbe first time wd now. are backing off be- came the lockout is faJiing apart. Tor itarters, the CIRA rep- CALGARY (CP> -An abnor- mal influx of people looking to jobs in the Calgary hat in- creased unemployment insur- ance claimants by 22 per cent from last year. Ted Palmer, local office man- ager for the Unenmloyment to their members were locked out shutdovi was a gradual, This await that Rich other 1 siye slowdown that building as the earpta- eated that ewe the CUU ters, and until Tuesday, the no idea of its siae or "We just don't know hew men are off, or how maay project are shut laid an assodatioB qakeotai. situation ehmfft almoti hoitriy, with more and more ma iff M they run out of work." The situation is further tan- plicated by a conunumg (tarike- lackout in tbe cement iaetatrj which has shut ttrec major suppliers, in tarn hattfec. rjrance Commission, said work on a oumber of km 777 people were seeking bene- manliad projecU. fits at the end of March com- Mr. Fiy said it would be ei pared with from tbe same tmnety difficult to teB tht timelast year. ference between people Mt of "The two totals would be rea- kort because of theeaneaiav sonaWy dose if we hiaVt had dustry sbntdown, and wortart .1 _ i____r I VrkT'Mi plied, "the other way world turns .the refieoUoiuy per cent of the contnctors in the province, so mere's no -way it could shut down virtually aH construe said Ed Fay. trades coun- INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSStTER AGENCIES ITO. ESTA3USHED 1911 Flow 3270541 Sources close to the family of freed Greek composer MUds Thpoooniis said in Athens that Atistotte Onasas and his wife Jacqueline may have helped obtain bis release. flew to'Paris a week ago. with French politi- cian Jean-Jacques ScrvanSch- reiber, who obtained permit sion 'from Greek Premier George Papadopoulos. Tbeo- dorakis bad been detained in Greece for two years for being an alleged danger to public se- curity. LAND Space in some parts of Osaka Japan, sells for nearly a square yard. PRAGUE (AP) Tbe Czech- oslovak Communist party's na- tionwide thought-screening pro- gram for its members s going so badly that 'screening interviews have been hatted in a number of places. Censored press -reports and knowledgeable Czechoslovaks say there are two reasons: many party organizations interviewers have been found to be .too lenient. some factories .workers lave simply tuned ia their >arty cards rather ttian submit o tbe interviews. This has caused consternation to officials anxious to preserve the image of a working-class party...... The screening is intended to "purify" the party of those against its-present pro-Soviet policies axTof those still criti- cal of tbe'1968 Soviet invasion and occupation. New party cards are issued to those whose iUfi views are satisfactory. cil secretary. "Secondly, the lockout has Most of the Sffinuties- arise from the requirement that good Ljouol if the C1BA will eve succeed'af all in this thing, no agree that the mvasra was they lock said rect, and .in fact was "fnendly f disputed the assistance" against ene- njen nue, of conjnmism..iThis B directly affected by the: lockout difficult for Czechs and to stomach. White Collar [ob Workers Laid Off DETROIT (AP) General lotors Corp.j which currently as production .workers on indefinite layoffs because of slowed-down sales in the auto mdusty, has laid off 210 white couar workers and reelanified 100 others. Spokesmen at the general off cesvand eogmeering centre of Body Divisioii in subur- >an Warreni confirmed the white collar layoffs Monday. The centre employs per-' sons, most of them white collar job holders.' _ The 100 woikeis were placed in lower job classi- fications, pay reductions, GM said. tbe number of transfers. 'Over tbe six. weeks prior to March a, persons trans- erred into our area who were claiming insurance." Until two months ago, the number of were ewer than at tbe same time the year before. Transfers came mostly from Ontario, Saskatchewan and Bri- tish Columbia. The Calgary area, stretches from Red Deer, SO miles north, to near Lethbridge, 130 miles south. locked out. SHOE REPAIR wrriot rMMfldbb prim Also repair and rtplaal ali typn or lippm a al kaHMr MIKE'S SHOE REPAIR 1021 3rd Ave. 5. (N.xt to Lodm and Swltoodi) NEW HOUDAY HOUSBO AUNG FUN HOUOAY HOUSBOATWe IDEA HOLIDAY HOUSaOATtMC un for family, mom, dad, and [enI a houwbool. on wautiful Koottndy Lako in he interior of Columbia. HOUDAY HOUSEBOATS SoHwr, "Writom. Pension Scneme For Aidennen City council voted in favor of. retain- ing its pension plan for aider1 1 en. The plan is a contributory one with aldermen donating 10 per cent of their salary each year. Under the plan, participating aldermen are eligible for a maximum afrnnai pension of TheUthbridgeHei INVITES YOU TO USE THIS HANDY ft; GROCERY SHOPPERS' LIST Check the Grocery Ads on pages 21 and 25 of Today's Herald STAPIK llada ChauM> Jwicw FruHl Baking Fewdtr lading Soda _ Catnip Cocoa Napkim Tiituo sumiES Cookina Com [vaporafetl Hour-All genii Salad Wrap Wrop Suppllti Soap Syrup 'omcrtott Tomato Pel Foodt Fruit Margorino Sour rolhn Won Paper Window Ckomr lemon) Juket BAKERY Bunt or tan Macaroni Mixel Noodlel Crxm Milk HEALTH ond BEAUTY AIDS Softener .OTHERS rlumi Peanut Butltf Disinfectant) lotions Htadacht TRADE MARK REG. with a taste that's better than any diet cola! off the usual juice of a six-bottle carton. Another Public Service by The Letttbttdge Herald Tab has a brand new taste. And we're so SUM it'll be to your, taste, we've knocked off the usual price of a six-bottle, carton so 'you'll try it. Sugar cyclamale. 60 calories per 10 ounce a taste that's better'than any diet cola. Offer good only for a limited time at participating tfealeis in the area served by the authorized bottler of Tab shown below. Tibfc i ngtamd tnit rurk o( Coo-Mi Ui PURITY BOHLING (1967) LTD., LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, ;