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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THF UTHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, December 7, 1971 Italy-a miracle says premier _SL iAIM Premier Kimlio Coloinlw recently dc- snibfd Italy as a "miracle-, a nation Hi a I wakes up each 1" the f r e e i n K shower of the1 most alarms, the most apocalyptic threat s, and nevertheless moves foruanl." This view will lie put to a te-l in the coming months. The :MIU n t r y evokes an (if a rareireo existence but it is beset, liy an unhappy confluence of economic, politi- cal and religious tensions. Itaiy is hracim! for h a t maiiv believe will be a winler of (liieuntent brought on by unemployment, rising prices and industrial stagnation. Marxist and Conservative parties are building to a election in December of a new president. Oolomlio's cabinet m u s t by law hand in its rosi.enntion to the mnn chosen. Tliis will for- mally open n government cri- sis during which socialists and conservatives will battle lo brinK the centre left align- ment closer lo their own views. The resignation m list be submitted even if the parlia- ment re-elects C.iuseppc Sara- I'at as president. That is un- likclv because of a one-term tradition and tile presence of oilier powerful candidates. rumen HOT TOIMC The political future is fur- ther darkened by a hitler row between conservative Koman Catholics and others over a planned national referendum on Italy's divorce law. Kchod- j uled for the spring, the vote, could divide the nation, pitting I he church .u'ainsl anti-cler- ics. Tlxre is virtual unanimity in assessing Italy's industrial stagnation as Ihe worst since the Second War. The p-owlh of national in- come in 1371 is being csti- GIVES YOU INSTANT COLOR PICTURES The ro'avoid Colorpnck SO makes photography simple, fast, and more exciting than you can imagine. Come in and see for yourself how simple the new Polaroid Coiorpaclc 80 is lo give you sharp, clear pictures in minutes. Polaroid Colorpeick 80 Cameras AVAILABLE NOW AT County Fair South Lethbriclge Shopping Centrf On Mayor Mograth Dr. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 mated at two or three per cent. For the time since the war, industrial production is down. The production index for the first nine months of tiiis year is (M per font below Ihat of a year earlier. The Common Market has noted that all ils memhLT.s except Italy enjoyed economic expan- sion in the first quarter. Since tllL1 "hot aulunin" of industry and labor have been locked in w h a t Gian- franco Isalberti. public rela- tions thief (if Pirelli Rubber Co., calls a "permanent state of conflict." Although labor agitation lias he en light compared with 1909, Italy lost G.f> million work days to strikes in H'71's six months. Thai com- pared with n.H million in France and ItKl.OOO in Ger- many. Absenteeism has fur (her plagued industry. Many industrialists, espe- cially those of the old school unaccustomed to defiance by workers, are calling it quits. Two thousand small and medium companies have had to resort to slate financing help, and another are up for sale. State holding compa- nies are enlarging their rola in industry. Even liic privately-owned industrial giants are in trou- ble. Z a n u s s i, the biggest maker of appliances, has re- duced hours for two-thirds of its workers. More than one million Italians are unem- ployed or under employed, compared with Jan. 1, 1909. On reduced hours or t e m p o ra r i 1 y laid off are Revising the trend of a quarter-century, Ital- ians industry in the last year to return to farms. Rising nine per cent this forc- ing Italian families to eat less high priced meats and to skimp otherwise. RIDE 'EM COWBOY? Jerry Olson of Sturgis, 5.D., seems to have his unusual mount buffaloed as it bclks ot going down the sleps of the Saskatchewan leg- islature in Rcgina. Olson, with the Professional Rodeo of Champions in the city this week, made the special trip to present rodeo tickets to Agriculture Minister Jack Messer. THE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE invites applications for Instructor in'Recreationql Singing (rounds, fun songs, campfiro ditfies, etc.) 3 hours per week starting January 3, 1972 For further Information contact The Director of Personnel Lethbridge Community College Phone 327-2141 Ihe Special Employment Plan: Canada works when we work together. There's work to bo clone and the Federal Government's Special Employment Plan is pulling S498 million lo work to heir) create more jobs for Canadians. Your community can benefit by creating a propel that will bring more employment and improve the community through the Local Initia- tives Program. Workers may improve their skills or learn new ones through the extended Canada Man- power Training Program. People with little work experience can re- ceive training Iwoause the government will assist employers financially through theTraining-on- 1he-Jcb Program. For information, contact your nearest Can.ada_Manp_p.wer.CentieJ Canada works when Canadians get involved. Canada works Manpower and Immigration Immigration Utlo ''Good intentions'' lead council astray ASSASSINATED Prime Minister U'nsfi Tell ot .Tor- dan was assassinated in Cai- ro. The 51 year old prime minister iva.s attending a con- ference of the Arab League De'ence- Council. Kidnapped victim is released MEXICO CITY (Reuter) The rector of the University of Guerrero, kidnapped 12 d'sys ago by a leftist guerrilla move- ment which demanded the re- lease of nine political prisoners in return for his freedom, was released today. The rector, Jaime Castrejon Diaz, 40, who also is a leading politician as well as one of the richest men in the state of Guerrero, arrived at his house in Taxco. The Castrejon family paid a ransom of to the kid- nappers during the weekend while the government flew the nine political prisoners to Cuba. EPMONTON (CI'l Munici-[ pal Affairs Minister Dave Hus- sell said here the mayor and three concillors of Slave Lake have been found in conflict of interest and are faced with having lo resign. Mr. Russo'I said he ruled Mayor Ix-o Bnisvcrt and raun- cillors Mel Zwhnry, William Thom.-is and Gordon Cook, in conflict of interest for serving on the board of directors of Slave Lake Developments Co. Ltd., a company formed as an exneriment to dcvelon Ihe town 150 miles north of Edmonton. He said the four members of the town's seven-man govern- ment have three alternatives: Resign; be asked to resicn by the remainder of (he council; or a private citizen can bring action demanding they resign. Mr. Hussell said he regretted the action because, in voting on a bylaw dealing with land af- fecting (he company, the four members acted innocently and with "all good intentions." Had they disqualified them- selves from the vclc, they would not have been in con- flict under municipal law, Mr. Russell said. The mayor and affected j councillors had written ths' municipal affairs department for a ruling after Bruce Thom- as, editor of the Slave Oiler .ind an imlspoken oppo- nent of the company, laid the conflict charge. The development company, incorporated two years ago, is offering shares at each to area residents. More lhan applications have been received. The firm owns a million f'partmcnt project and plans to build an office building and some type of tourist facility in addition to a nursing home. At a recent meeting in the (own il was stated that no one on the hoard has received any money or share options from Ihe firm. The company was formed at Ihe urginK of Senator E. C. Manning and his son, Preston, lo prove that private enter- prise coultl do as much or more lo aid a depressed area as government. Squalor Manning also serves on the firm's hoard. Mayor lioisvcrt said a spe- cial council meeting had been scheduled and no statement would he made until after the meeting. WEST COAST SEAFOODS Truckload Sale of FRESH FISH AND SEAFOODS WILL BE HELD AT Thursday, DDC. 2 and Friday, Dec. 3 From 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Current Price list nnd Schedule Now Available! Northern Jackfish, Pike and Pickeiul in slock A. PRIMARY PRODUCTS INSPECTORS Salary to B. IMMUNOLOGY TECHNICIAN Salary to CANADA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE PubiicService Fonction publique Canada Canada Required for Hetilth of Animals Branch, Various in Alberta, to inspect conditions in meat packing, estab- lishments to ensure that the requirements of he Meat Inspection Act are met by carrying our examinations of slaughtered animals ond checking the receipt, processing, packing and shipping of meat products for sanitary conditions. Applicants should have some knowledge of the livestock industry. Quote No. 71-E-1844. Reguired by Animal Diseases Institute (Research) in leth- bridge, Alberta, to perform serologic tests, complement-fixa- tion ond agglutination-lysis tests, and other related immuno- logic and microbiologic procedures. Applicants should have some related post-secondary courses ond experience. Quota No. 71-E-1846. Forward "Application for Employment" (Form PSC 367-401) available nt Post Offices, Canada Manpower Centres and Public Service Commission Offices, to: Canada Department of Agriculture, Personnel Administration Branch, 314 Confedero- lion Building, 540 12 Avenue, S.W., Calgary 3, Alberta. WE'VE TH FOCUSED FLASH A new line of luxury cameras that make flash pictures foolproof. A revolutionary new system called "Focused Flash" that controls the amount of light as you focus the camera. Gives you. the convenience of 4 shot flashcubes. Your subject is always perfectly exposed with soft flattering light for close-ups and full power flash for 10 foot distance-shots. Uses new GE Hi-Power cube specially designed for this system and is more than twice as Dowerful as a standard flashcube.' P HI-POWER CUBES TYPE 108 TYPE 107 .50 These ore our everyday low prices! The Polaroid Camera Girl The Polaroid camera girl will be in our store demonstrating the new line of Polaroid cameras and films. Coma in and let her take your picture on Thursday, Friday_and Saturday. Polaroid Colorpack 80 The lowest pricerj, most compact color camera ever made by Polaroid, uses a new square format film that saves you money. The same big, bright image as before jn color and black and white with a little less scenery. Electronic shutter and electric eye exposure control a beautifully sharp lens and a built-in flash using 4 shot flashcubes. TYPE 87 Black White TYPESSColur ANGLO STEREO AND PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIl 9 P.M. 419 Slh STREET SOUTH PHONE 328-6922 ;