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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 IETHDRIDGE HtRALD Thutiilay, April 17, 1972 OUTDOOR SALE Display tin? gay afghan on n sofa or brighlcn a bed. Be a magician turn scraps into a field of flowers for this! cozy nfghnn. You can watch TV while you crochet niudal- Uons. Pallcrn easy direc- tions. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special lo: THE LETHHRIDGE HERAiJ) Readers Mail Limited to Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontark- Pattern CALGARY (CD T li r e e I Moslem Intcking firms and KOO members of Hie Teamsters Un- ion have agreed lo a two-year contract, ending the possibility of a strike, A union spokesman said here 200 drivers in six British Col-1 unibia cenlres voted "strongly in favor" of the selllement last weekend. It offers higher pay, heallh and disability benefits nnd long- er paid holidays. Six hundred Prairie workers i agreed earlier to the contract with Canadian Freighlways of Calgary, Millar and Brown of Cranbi'ook, B.C., am] Loiscllc i Transport of Dawson Creek, 1 B.C. Jt gives the Imckers a pay increase in each year, plus one-cenL-a-mile increase in highway travel pay each year. U also Iwosls pay for lay-over and wailing time lo an average of an hour j a ElQ-cent.s-an-hour in- c-rease, and to the new working time rates. Business community alienated BRONCO CAMPING L TRAILER Brand! Total living comfort out ol doors... Our own "Bradford" camping trailer. Deluxe, fully panelled interior sleeps six in full comfort! Features include: "Cushion-Flor" vinyl floor covering, self-draining ice box, Gauclio couch on rear bed, table, double storage compartments and convertible 36" x84" bed. Comfortable 3" Thick Foam CAMPING MATTRESSES Includes: 18" x x 3" two- way split malUess, 48" x 72" x 3" 3-way split mattress. PLUS 48" x 72" 3" and 36" x 36" x 3" solid mattresses with zippererJ ends. FrpD with Ihe purchase of a 'Bronco' Trailei COMPACT KITCHEN UNIT Includes 2-burner propane stave, bottle, tiose, regulator, stainless steel sink. Complete unit enclosed in woodgrain cabinet Can be used inside or outside trailer. FIBREGLASS MONTREAL (CP) Pal Ma- lioncy, federal minister of state, said Wednesday Ihc Canadian business community seems to (eel itself alienated as a result or rederal government Live measures. Addressing (lie lOlli annual risk management conference of the. American Society of Insur- ance Management Inc., (lie min- ister sai'.l: ''Tlic government has un- doubtedly presenled Canadian business a full platter (it ideas over the last fe.w years ranging from n major reform the income tax laws to require- ments that environment values he respected. Mr. Miihoncy said the func- jn of government is to provide ....o ..I environment within uhich elegant in brocade, casual in private decisions by private en- ribbed fMh'o.ffcT, coll'in. terprise can best serve Ihc com- mon good. Printed I'allcni Women's Sires 12. VI, 16 K W rbust lakes fXi-indl. SEVENTY IIVK .CK.STS (75 cenls) in coins (no stamps, please) for each 15 ccnl.'i for each pallcrn lor first-class mailing and special handling. ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front Si. Twon'r; _____inrsK I'ATTKItN .NUM- BER, YOUH NAMi: AND AD- DRESS, and the name: of Ilic Lethbridsc IJcrsM. DO .NOT send it lo The Ik raid r.F. Fashion Offer Choose one free from new Summer All size.s! Srwl SEWINC BOOK ml. fit, sew modern na-. M "''I liljdK V.'ilh this in mind, lie .sairl, the government liad adopted a con- sistent policy of consultation the bu.siiicss community tn questions affecting it. "We have tried lo end govern- ment by surprise. We have sug- gested solutions that .seem ap- propriate and we have asked Canadians, including the busi- ness community, to give us tbeir opinions." Bui, sairl Mr. Mahonry, there v.a.s a price paid for Ihr: oppor- tunity to take part in the deci- sion making process "and that price was uncertainly for a pe- riod of time." II o ever, Ihc consultative process must continue he added. Mr. Mahnniy snir! govern- ments should ho .sure changes proposed arc really worth the price and business should lie satisfied that I lie invi- I Cation is seriously extended. Seals 3, -Weight: 90 Ibs. 48 inch beam. Reg. h.p. raling: 7.5. 17 inches in depth. 'Charge II' S Monthly FIBREGLASS 63 Ihs. light. Seals 1. 36 inch heurr Reg. Dopth: Colors: Red, Blue, Avocado, Monthly FIBREGLASS 12 FT. TRI HULL Scats 3 lo 5. roliny; 15. 4 ft, 6 inch beam Reg. Colors: Blue, Green, While., Brown, S Monthly 247 FIBREGLASS 16 FT. CANOE _ 65 Ibi. lighl. Snals 3. 38 inch ticam. Reg. 700 Ib. capacity' Light Blue, Red, Avocado. Monthly S 167 SPECIAL f mine Pltislit cirma -Mull! colored EACH 30.33 Reg. 3 SPECIAL "Outdoor tomptinlnn" Gfcon rfcnim drill cover. 3 Ib. Reg. Wool tilled EACH...... 4 SPECIAL -GumwoK fircv. Cenlcr hn iendori BICYCLE "37 inch (hromo fimv BACH Monthly SPECIAL COLEMAN STOVE BURNER Wind prolcclor. Ennmnl lintsfv Copper blazed lanhi. Reg. Liohlweighl. EACH C Satisfaction Guaranteed! located in Zellcr'5 Shopping Conlrc on Mciyor Magrmh Drive. Opo n Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday nnd Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 ;