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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Wtdneiday, Auguil 4, 1971 THE IETHBRIBGE HERAtD 31 CONTRAST Contrast couldn't be greater in this chance encounler on Rome slreel the very latest in hot pans and a religious habil lillle changed since medieval times. -per-week oil workers lose jobs 100 MILE HOUSE, B.C. (CP) Workers already corning :Jp to a week en unlimited overtime have lost Ihcir jobs on a pipeline project in I he Cariboo district because of a dispule ever a livinn-oi.il allow- ance. Calgary based Mannix Co. Once worked at Rossland CALGARY you really can't compared our l'iTiini'..s and Iheir The Scull.- li.ur two chil- dren, Doug, 7. and 'hacy. Tracy was burn I wo months before Alan Slieprtrd's silhor- bilal KiTi'dom 7 signall- ing Ihe U.N. nilrauiT uilii !lie space race. "U'lien I gnu; ing up.'' XI in. Sroli ice.ills, al- iwij's said, 'Dli, I hat's as crazy as flying lo the moon.' "1 catch myself starting to say that she said. Irwin, whose husband roamed the lunar surface wilh S'coll, says her four children show [lashes of interest, but are not too emotionally in- volved. The Invin children are Joy, II, Jill, 10, James, 8, and Jan. 6. "Their daddy's been work- ing on i'. so long, I think they accent (he whole package as daddy's just gone on another TDY (temporary Mrs. Iiivin said. NKVHU CLOSE The front, gales of I lie Murray and Iconic Guggenheim Memo- rial Library at Monnioulli Col- lege in New Jersey are known as The Gates TbalNcvcr Close. and others have gone on short shifts. The government of Quebec, where pulp and paper workers have been laid olf, has recommended federal tax relief as one means of assisting the industry, which puts 5300 mil- lion into provincial payrolls each year. So far, the federal government hasn't replied. A good barometer of Ihe in- dustry's health is the paper and forest product index of the To- ronto Stock Exchange. The index stood at 124.35 points at the end of 1969 but slumped to 93.62 a year later. If now stands I at 82.62. SHOULD IMPROVE Despite these depressing limes, tlie industry is preparing for what it hopes will he brighter days ahead. In total, [hey have plans for spending o[ alwut SI.5 billion on construc- tion and expansion during the next year. If tlie industry can remain :ieajlhy. the future has some iromlse. A study conducted by Hie Uni- versity of Wisconsin for American Newspaper Publish- ers Association predicts that the decade of the 1970s should see the greatest tonnage growth of new-print consumption in his- tory U.S. consumption alon: is pro- ected at 13.1 million tons in 980, up close to 35 per cent over that of 1969. Tho study also said that de- pitc substantial gains by U.S. lewsprinl producers, Canadian mills continue to tic a major source of supply lor U.S. ncws- which account for more han 90 per cent of the total newsprint used in Ihe U.S. "Substantial additions lo ca- pacity will be necessary lo sup- ly U.S. newspapers in the dec- dc the study reported. In addition, demands in olbcr >arts of the world arc likely to isc substantially." three to level four to levci five to and level six to The nurses also want a 37H- hour work week instead ol a 40-liDUr week, provision for two consecutive days off for nurses on day shifts and premiums for nurses (in evening and .night shilts. FAIRVIEW Dem- ocratic Party leader Grant Not- ley Tuesday outlined another aspect of his party's platform the Aug. 30 provincial main objectives for education in Alberta. He told a meeting of NDP supporters the first aim would be to "make education avail- able to everyone without cost." "A NDP government would remove tuition fees from all levels of education, and pro- vide direct financial assistance to students." Air. N'otley said his govern- ment would assess education to determine whtlher it is meet- ing the needs of Ihe people. "The whole basis of what edu- cation is, how it can serye people, and how it should be operating will be examined." TAX SHIFT FAVORED The cost of education would be removed from property and shifted lo income, "where it belongs." "All costs of education should met from the general reven- ues of the Mr. ley said. Existing educational facililies would be used as community learning centres and a system of community colleges would be developed wilh "decisions about curriculum turned over months of the year and fewer years, and a system lu meet these demands could be estab- lishen by an NDP government. CHAMP BANNED MORECOMBE, England (CP) A 16-year-old athlete has been banned from his to the local community, with i school sports finals because teachers and students partici- he is too good. Michael Dris- pating in decisions." coll won nine of the 10 events Mr. Kotley said many slu-1 at the last meeting of the high I dents would like to study more I school in Lancashire. SI SIMPSONS-SEARS Kenmorc Beater-Bar Powerinate-Canister At lowest Price Ever! Reg. 129.99 Separate motor in Powermolc unit drives Beater Bar brush teams wilh huge canister suction for unbeatable carpel clean- ing it even outcleans uprights, gels under low furniture. D-etach Powermale and if cleans Ihe rest of the house! Exclusive caddy with full set of otlachmenls. Automatic cord reel. Best Sewing Machine Value in Canada! Only this Ken more has all these features at this price! As above less Ptnvcrmatc. 89.88 ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION OF THE AMAZING POWERMATEI 1. STRETCH STITCH for today's crimpolines and knits. 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