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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE UTHBRIDOE HERAtD Friday, Aucust 21, WO VISIT CANADA Princess Margriet of the Nether- lands and her husband Pieter van Vollenhoven will visit Canada later this month. The couple will arrive in Ottawa August 19 before going to Toronto and the Northwest Territories. __________ New Labor Crisis Faces B.C. Govt. VANCOUVEK (CP) Brit- ish Columbia's Social Credit administration was confronted with a fresh labor crisis Thurs- day as the International Wood- workers of America an- nounced it will recommend re- jection of the Nemetz report by coastal woodworkers. A spokesman for the union's negotiating committee said in a statement that the "wage package in the proposals does not make up for the major dis- appointments" in the area of fringe benefits covering health and welfare and other matters. The union's announcement that it would recommend rejec- tion came three days after B.C. Labor Minister Leslie Peterson bad made the report, prepared by Mr. Justice Nathan Nemetz of the B.C. Appeals Court, pub- lic and had called on both com- pany management and the union to accept it. Mr. Peterson said at the time that he hoped the report would lead to a more sophisti- cated relationship between the companies and the IWA and said it would be "unthinkable" for a work stoppage to occur in the coast forest industry in view of the report's recom- mendations for a two-year con- tract providing increases to- talling 60 cents an hour on a base rate of an hour. It also recommended an addition- al 30 cents an hour for trades- men. While They Last! 1970 TOYOTA COROLLAS TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE located at General Farm Supplies Coutts Highway Phona 327-3165 QUITE A RACKET BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) A gunman, dressed for tennis, held up a suburban branch of the Manu- facturers National Bank of De- troit and escaped with A teller told police the man, dressed in tennis whites, or- dered her to fill a bag with money. He then fled, leaving a tennis ball behind. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 Plans Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline Project OMAHA, Neb. (API Plans have been announced here for construction of a natural gas pipeline, costing an estimated billion, to bring natural gas from Alaska to the United States as far east as Ohio. The plans were outlined by Herbert M. Sampson, a vice- president of the Northern Natu- ral Gas Co. of Omaha and presi- dent of Consolidated Natural Gas Ltd., of Calgary, Alia., a Northern subsidiary. The new line, Sampson said, would streth 300 miles across Alaska, then about miles through the Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories and Al- berta. Sampson also reported that Northern has abandoned plans to build a link miles from the Northwest Territories to Northern's present lines in Min- nesota. According to Sampson, the Canadian portion of the project would be built by Canadian firms headed by Alberta Gas Trunk Lines, Ltd. The new line, Sampson said, would advantage of new oil drilling expected in Alaska. He said there are about two trillion cubic feet of proven natural gas reserves in the area of the Claims 100 Prisoners Are Held MONTREAL (CP) About 100 people are serving lengthy terms in Quebec jails for "polit- ical Pierre Vallieres, self-admitted member of the terrorist Front de Liberation Quebecois, said here. 'And there will soon be he told an audience of about 300 who had gathered for an "international day of solidar- ity with political prisoners" Vallieres, arrested in 1966 on a variety of charges connected with Quebec terrorist bombings, released on bail last May 25 pending trial on a man- slaughter charge arising from the accidental bomb-death in 1966 of a teen-aged FLQ mem- ber. He also faces sedition charges connected with his book, Negres Blancs Ne- groes of which he argues the need for a socialist revolution in Quebec. The meeting featured films and speakers from the Black Panthers arid Vietnamese, Pal- estinian nd other liberation movements. "The only real way to help political prisoners here and around the world is to carry out a victorious Val- lieres told the gathering. must organize a revolu- tionary force capable of taking the offensive against the ruling class. And we must not try to fight on their terrain, by play- ing electoral politics like the Parti Quebeeois." NEW TRACES The quest for King Aruiur's fabled city of Camelot now centres on South Cadbury Hill in Somerset, England, where ar- cheologists have found traces of an ancient fortified town. V, So, you can't produce a documentary BUT YOU MUST PRODUCE YOUR APPLICATION FORM By August 31 for enrollment in the 1970-71 Educational Program All Programs Available by Correspondence Lectures at levels 1 to 5 available in Calgary; at levels 1 and 2 in Winnipeg, and at level 1 in Edmonton. FORWARD YOUR COMPLETED TO: THE CERTIFIED GENERAL ACCOUNTANTS ASSOCIATION, PRAIRIE REGION, 718 EIGHtH AVENUE S. W., CALGARY 2, ALBERTA. TELEPHONE: 262-9222 North Slope, where the line would begin. The line would connect with existing lines in Alberta and run ab -it 550 miles to the Alberta- Saskatchewan border, Sampson sa''. There it would connect with one already proposed by North- SOu-milc segment from Empress to North Branch, Minn. The Canadian government has niled that only one company or group of companies can lay a natural gas pipe through its ter- ritory. As a result, Sampson said, work is underway to put together a consortium of compa- nies. By 1975, he said, at least 1.5 billion cubic feet of natural gas could be moved daily from Alaska's North Slope, with 3 bil- lion cubic feet possible each day by 1980. The new line would provide Northern with more gas than it needed. As a result, Sampson said, Northern would build an Coo-mils pipeline from its sys- tem at DCS Moines, Iowa, to western Ohio. From there it co-ilcl be taken farther cast by existing lines. C.G.A. THE ASSOCIATION WHICH PLACES EMPHASIS ON FINANCIAL MANAGEME gv p TON'S Recheck Your Eaton Flier Saturday Is Your Final Day To Save For Back-To-School Fancy Knit Pullovers, Cardigans Here's exciting value in fancy knit pullovers a nd cardigans that command a place in the students back-to-school wardrobe. Choose from bulky knit pullovers in crew neck style or bulky knit cardigns, full fashioned and fancy knit. An excellent variety of colours. 100% acrylic fabric. Sizes: small, medium and large. SALE, each...................... Women's Sportswear, Main Floor Sale Priced Quilted Housecoats Lovely housecoats for the student to pack in her bag when she returns to university or college. In the popular_fulMength style. Quilted cotton prints. Assorted patterns. Sizes: small, medium and large. SALE, each............................. Women's Wear, Main Floor lar TUN len 19 For Back-To-School Boys' Squall Jackets Regular 5.98 to 7.98 save'1.99 to 3.99. A lightweight all nylon jacket just right for back-to-school wear. Plain or with fancy racing stripes in assorted shades. Not all sizes in all colours but 8 to 18 collectively. SALE, each Boys' Wear, Main Floor Sale Priced Men's Brevets, Shorts An excellent opportunity for the student to stock up on a supply of brevets and shorts. Good quality cotton brevet with taped legs and wide elastic waistband. Matching sleeve- less vest has taped arm and neck openings. Sizes: small, medium and large. SALE, each 3 for 2.25 Men's Wear, Main Floor For Back-To-School Young Men's "T" Shirts Ordinarily 1.00 save 21c. Of course you will want a good supply of these cotton "T" shirts for back-to-college wear. They're in the popular short sleeve style with crew neck. Colour: white. Sizes: small, medium and large. SALE, each 2 for 1-50 Men's Wear, Main Floor For Back-To-Schoo! Young Men's Footwear Regular 15.00 save We've taken these shoes right from our regular stock and priced them 'way low as an outstanding special during our big back-to-school sale. Slipon or tie styles. Good 99 quality leather uppers with long wearing composition soles and heels. Black. Sizes 7 to 11 collectively in the group. All sales final. SALE, pair Shoes, Main Floor Sale Priced Children's Oxfords Regular 8.98 save 1.99. Extra-ordinary value in oxfords for children. Brown calf leather with added scuff toe protection. Unimold construciion. Moccasin toe styling. B width only. Assorted sizes, 1 T to 3 collectively. SALE, pair Shoes, Main Floor For Back-To-School Teens7 Footwear Regular 10.95 save 3.96. Practical footwear for back-to- school. 5-eyelet tie boot or slipon styles, priced 'way low for quick clearance. Composition soles, soft glove leather uppers. Brown or black. Sizes 5K to collectively. All sales final. SALE, pair Shoes, Main Floor For Back-To-School Big Savings in Footwear For Teens Regular 12.95 to 16.00 save 5.96 to 8.01. Look at the saving here stylish teen footwear for campus or college. Low to medium chunky heels with composition soles. Slipons, 99 step-ins, pumps or slingback styles. Assorted colours. Sizes 6 to 10 collect- fjO ively. All sales final. SALE, pair................................. Shoes, Main Floor Teens... Your Final Opportunity To Autograph the 'Graffiti' Pole Saturday is your final opportunity to autograph the at the entrance to The IN-Dividuol Shop on the main floor. You could possibly win a cassette tape outfit with one blank cassette. HERE'S WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT: Contest concludes Saturday, August 22nd. 8 On the "Graffiti" pole is a hidden spot. Winner to be presented with prize during intermission of Children'! e You autograph the pole with your name and phone number. Fashion Show to be held on the main floor on Friday evening, e The name written directly over the spot or closest to the spot will August 28th. be declared the winner. Judges' decision will be final. Contest is open girls and boys, aged 13 to 17. Come join in the fun autograph the "Graffiti" pole and you may win the cassette tape outfit. Shop Eaton's Tonight Until 9 and Saturday 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. for Back-to-School Values. Recheck Eaton's Sale Flier. Buy Line 328-8811. _________ ;