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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE 15TH8RIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Auguil 4, 1971 Money at root of premiers' conference talks VICTORIA (CP) Money will be the root of most discus- sions at (lie premiers' confer- ence Thursday and Friday. Nine premiers will attend. Missing will be Joseph Small- wood of Newfoundland, who hasn't attended a premiers' con- ference for the last 10 years. The special session of the Sas- katchewan legislature will be adjourned Wednesday night lo allow Premier Allan Blakcney io allend. Mr. Blakcney. who will be ac- companied by Attorney-General rtomanoiv. said he is par- ticularly interested in scheduled discussions on the problems of controlling health costs and in- creased provincial co-operation on agricultural matters. Premier Ed Schreyer of Man- itoba will press for an all-prov- ince agreement on estate lax and succession duties, and seek a price support system for farm produce. Mr. Schreyer said tiiat unless She premiers agree on a uni- form approach, "the Ottawa de- 80 workers be rehired CALGARY (CP) Eighty laborers who walked off the job two weeks ago at Borger Construction Ltd., then told not to return, will be re- hired. the company said Tues- dav. The men stopped work to protest the dismissal of four workers who had joined the Construction and General Workers Union. Dave Graham, business manager of Local 1111. said the men were fired for joining Ihe union but company president William Borger said it was "because the work Uiey were doing had been completed." Mr. Borger said replace- ments had been found for the 80 men "but we will rehire them when other workers quit or don't prove to be good on the jobs." The agreement to rehire was reached alter Mayor Rod Sykes intervened in the dispute as an unofficial mediator. F1NIJ ANCIENT FOSSILS LECCE, Italy (Reuter) A university research group has discovered fossils and remains of men and beasts dating back or years in a cave near here. cision lo gel out of Ihe cslalc- ta-x field will compound the tax jungle." LEND SUPPORT Manitoba will also send fi- nance minister" Saul Cherniack and Sidney Green, minister of mines, natural resources and environmental control. Ontario Premier William Davis is expected lo express PREMIER STROM Takes time out PREMIER S.MALUVOOD Won't atleiKl objections lo federal tax changes, particularly Ottawa's abandonment of gift taxes and death duties. Ontario estimates Hint the dropping of dealh dulies will cosl the- province to million a year and that it will be several years before .1 capilal-gains lax compensalcs for' Ihe loss. Premier W. A. C. Bennett, who as host will be Ihe confer- ence chairman, said there will be no bid to revive the Victoria charter on the constitution, but Robert Boui'assa of Quebec inrti- that ho may have private talks with olhcr premiers on Ihf constitution. Mr. Bourassa, who will travel wilh Finance Minister Raymond Garneiiu, stressed that the con- ference will deal primarily with econorrtie ma'.tcrs. Like previous conferences. Mr. Bennelt said, the Victoria gathering will deal wilh prob- lems common lo provincial gov- ernments across Canadn such as fiscal matters and environ- mental control. Premier Harry Strom will take time out from the Alberta election campaign to attend. The Alberta election is Aug. 30. Premier Richard H a t f i e 1 d said New Brunswick does not Peking maintains hard-line stand plan to biing up any special business and Premier Gerald Regan of Nova Scolia said he doesn't plan to ask for changes in the proposed agenda. Premier Alex Campbell ot Prince Edward Island, Iravel- ling with Goi'don Bnnnett, his attorney-general, and George Egan, his private secretary, will take a couple of days vaca'.ion en route to the conference. Most of the premiers were ex- pected lo arrive today. They will be greeted by Mr. Bennett on Ihe steps of Ihe legislature Thursday before Ihe first ses- sion begins al 10 a.m. PDT. The conference sessions will be closed, al1 hough reporters will be allowed in to ask ques- lions when business has been completed late Friday. Mr. Benncll said there will br- no opening statements and no final communique issued. HONG KONG (Reuler) China rejected the idea of a new Geneva conference on Indochina today and ignored the United States decision to vote for Pe- king's admission into the United Nations. Peking's hard-line stance fol- lowed apparent uneasiness among its Communist allies, particularly North Vietnam, over President Nixon's pro- jecetd trip lo China. The official Peoples Daily, quoted by Radio Peking, said it j is absi-d and ridiculous for U.S, imperialism to seek to convene a Geneva meeting such as the 1954 and 1962 conferences on In- dochina and Laos. The immediate question is not the convening of a new Geneva conference but the total, imme- diate and unconditional with- drawal of U.S troops from In- dochina, it said. President NLxon, in a speech last October, proposed an inter- national conference to deal with the Indochina conflict. Meanwhile, China's press and radio maintained silence on the Washinglon announcement that the United States will vote for Ihe seating of a Peking reprp sentative in the UN General As- sembly this year but will oppose the expulsion of Nationalist China. HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Ave. S., Lethbridge THURSDAY, AUG. 5th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Small china cabinet; chrome table and chairs; nice rug floor lamps; table lamps; coffee table: end lahlos; odd chairs: kitchen stools; air cooler; card tables, baby buggy; child's upholstered rockers; tape recorder: record players; curtains and drapes; sealers; sewing machine; patio chairs; barbecues; chest of drawers; beds; spin dry washer; Viking G.E. Bealty wringer washers: Speed Queen, Inglis and G.E. automatic washers, electric and gas stoves; fire place: sinks; toilels! school desks; child's beds. Doors and frame: doors inside and outside; quantity of windows; tool chests; cartop carriers; large planter; shelves; Honda 50 Motor bike Suzuki 50 bike; girl's bike: boy's bike; trikes; saddles gasoline mowers; Sunbeam electric mower; aquarium; golf cart; polishers; tools. Many Many other Articles SPECIAL 1958 FORD SEDAN ROW BOAT, n BARBER ETC. GOOD NATIONAL CASH REGISTER For Further Informalion Canlacl: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1910 2nd Ave. S. AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN tic. No. 41 Lie. No. 453 Girl killed m fall at Banff BANFF (CP) Susan Ba- ker, 1C, of Edmonlon died in a waterfall in Banff National Park. Police said tlie girl was hik- ing with a party to the upper falls at Johnson's Canyon. She is reported to have fallen into the gorge and was carried over the Planes level towns S'AIGON (AP) United S.'ates and South Vietnamese aircraft levelled two Cambodian villages Tuesday and drove out North Vietnamese and Viet Cong soldiers blocking a South Vietnamese advance in eastern Cambodia. The thalched-roof communi- ties were hit repeatedly with fire bombs and rockets. Corre- i spondenLs who accompanied j South Vietnamese ground forces I said the air strikes left many Communist command troops dead and sent the others i fleeing. South Vietnamese cas- ualties were two killed and eight said. wounded, field reports Plans made before Socred offered idea EDMONTON (CP) Prcsi- dent Dr. Max Wyman says the University of Alberta has its own future plans for the uni- I versity farm, centre of a park- land redevelopment proposed j I recently hy a candidate for the i Alberta general election Aug. i '30. Don Hamilton, Social Credit candidate for Edmonton Wliilcmud. told a news confer- ence the 360-acre farm should i be developed as a public park, i Cost would be about 55.C mil- lion. However, Dr. Wyman said "we alrcndv have extensive plans for the farm area." Dr. Wyman said that in addi- tion to normal agricultural uses, the university plans to double Ihe married student housing facilities and establish an agricultural research sta- tion. Mr. Hamilton, former execu- tive assistant to Premier Har- ry Strom, said he envisages a nelwork of walking trails, sep- arate roadways and a water c n 11 r s e reflecting provincial ecology in what would be Al- Ixrta's first urban provincial park. The Cambodian villagers were reported to have fled the area long before the battle, the second in two days in Ihe same sector. The fighting in the Parrot's Beak area of eastern Cambodia was the only major action in the Indochina war. Across the bor- der in South Vietnam, only small palrol clashes and iso- lated shellings were reported by the U.S. and South Vietnamese commands. The action in eastern Cam- bodia broke out in Ihe same re- gion as fighting Monday in which the South Vietnamese claimed 32 North Vietnamese were killed. Detergent makers face court may OTTAWA (CP) Tesls by the federal environment depart- ment show that four laundry de- tergents on the Canadian mar- ket may not have complied with regulations iicstrlc'.ing phos- phate content to 20 per cent. The department said Tuesday j Is tesLs found 22.1 per cent phosphate content in Val-U and 21.5 per ceni in Laundre X. bolh products of Canada Packers. The other two brands are Beslline B-7, from BeslJinc Products of Canada, 21 pet- cent, and Control, from Divcr- sey (Canada) Ltd., 20.2 per cent. Additional samples of Ihe woducts ate being tesled to de- termine whether manufacturers will be prosecuted, Hie depart- ment said. The present 20-per-cent limit on phosphates is to be cut lo live per cent hy Dec. 31, 1972. Befoi'e Hie federal regulations, phosphate conlcni ranged up lo 311 cent. Fleeing swims 24 hours HAMBURG (AP) A doctor escaping from East Germany swam the Bailie Sea for 1A hours before a West German yacht picked him up, West Ger- man police reported Tuesday. A spokesman said Dr. Peter Doe- bier, 31, accomplished the es- cape in a diver's suit equipped v.ith fins. He carried a p'.asiic ban filled with rations and an inflatable rubber ring he blew up every time he needed fi rest. He trained at night for two years for the escape. OUR SECOND WiKR a Carlton Criterium 10 speed touring bicycle owoy FREE just for enlering the FANTA DRINK CONTEST and enjoying FANTA DRINK PRODUCTS A NEW WORLD WITHIN REACH A wheelchair that cnn elevate a confined person to a standing position to perform sucii simpl? tasks as using a pay phono or drink- ing from a is demonstrated by Iwo unidentified men from Alcoa's Ventures in Design program. The chair won an award for its Inventor, Peter Bressler of Phila- delphia. Is DOUGLAS FOULKES 5320 45lh Avenue, Tabcr, Aha. (wlio entered the contest sending in 6 bottle tops from FANTA ROOT BCER) Our other winner: ANDREW TETERIS of lethhridgc 4 bikes still left to be given owoy ABSOfUTELY FREE. Just moil your name, address and phono number along with 6 BOTTtE CAPS of delicious, refreshing FANTA DRINK PRODUCTS Box 5000, Lelhbridge, Alberta. PURITY BOTTLING (1967) LTD. AUTHORIZED BOTTLERS OF COCA-COtA Warrant issued for arrest, of monkey BLANTYRE, Malaivai (neu- ter) A warrant for the arrest of a misbehaving monkey was issued by a magistrate in a small village 150 miles norlh- easl of lierc. The monkey in- vaded a courtroom three limes during a I rial, tried lo steal n nalional flag and picked up a penal code book and started thumbing through it. An angij proseculor successfully applied for an arrest warrant after the monkey slole a hot'.le of ink and disappeared. Candidate protests sign CALGARY (CP) George Ho Lem, Social Credit candi- date in Calgary McCall, is com- plaining that one of his oppi >DS1- the posters on residential lawns and other private property are often ignored by the city, he said, but on public prop- erty Ihe cily is prepared to is- sue temporary land use per- mits. Aid. Kushner said his solici- Progrcss- is preparing an application for a tion candidates has illegally erected a campaign sign on public property. Mr. Ho Lem said Aid. John Kushner, ive Conservative hopeful in the Aug. 30 provincial election, needs a permit for the billboard but doesn't have one. Mr. Ho Lem has his cam- paign trailer parked on the same property as the sign, has a permit to leave it there' 'JU until a week after the election. Development officer Frank Byrne said city regulations pro- hibit signs, even on private properly, unless a permit has been issued. election Find vessel During campaigns THIS IS YOUR PERSONAL LOUGHEED VOTE RICHARD BARTON and DICK GRAY InvitatioTi TO MEET PETER LOUGHEED AND THE LOUGHEED TEAM THURSDAY, AUGUST P.M. If the sun shines: HENDERSON LAKE PICNIC AREA If it doesn't: EXHIBITION PAVILION INSERTED DICK GRAY CAMPAIGN ORGANIZATION RICHARD BARTON CAMPAIGN ORGANIZATION IUNKIN I N L E T, N.W.T. P) A tearn of explorers says it has found I be Frigate Albany, lost more than 250 years ago in the water of Hud- son Hay, on an raperiilion of trading and exploration. I Eric Dislcy of Toronto, a spokesman for HID seven-man j team, said flic group found the frigate intact in 27 feel of tcr and feels confidom [be sloop Discovery is nearbv. Tlie sliips Ml England about 1718, equipped for a Uiree-ycar search for a Northwest Pas- sage, and sank a year laler, caught in a storm on Hantin Inlet on Hudson Hay. about 900 miles north of Winnipeg. Norlli Allx-rUi man, '10, dies Here's a towards making the best jam in the county. It's so easy with Certo! the 'natural fruit pectin, and 'B.C! Fruit. Certo makes your jams, jellies and preserves taste so much better, because you boil for only one minute. It's good to know the fruit's fresh flavour doesn't get boiled away. You can also get a bigger yield and a perfect set. Get a good start on the season. Clip the coupon and buy your Certo now. alter piirly ST. ISIDORE (CP) Emile. Gcrmaine Cardinal, '10, died follouing a parly in (his norlh- wcslcrn Alberta town, five miles cast of Peace Iliver. Save.Von (he purchase of one package or bottle of Certo pectin when you jjiye this to your dealer. TfflUo maiK ol B.C, lioo I 'mils burned. ;