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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Solurdcy, December 16, 197Z THE UTHERIDCI HEPJdD 23 Minerals policy wanted 'charged by IJC aero critic TORONTO >CP) 1 the cartful formulation of lie said Canada's mineral re-; Minister JJonaW Macdonald has enlightened mineral resource: sources have traditionally WALKKRTON On' 'CT! 'ploying tax monies as called for greater co-operation mMagcnwjit polices is an ur-1 thought Harold Danfirln, Conservative rwi'trivwJ i between federal and provincia! -gent But "the time has come toeabtern agriculture critic, i time, could do no rest! has Lilt 34 Bombings WASHINGTON (AP> Tnera v.ere 'A and in trie United 'SUitc-> and live fx.-rvxis v.ere Injured to connection with the incidents, ti.e I'Bf said Friday. The bu- 22 people a total this NEW YORK (AP) A spec-' practices arid through its con- tacular monopoly charge and a Irol of Rank-Xerox, a European drastic charge in the rate s'.nic- machine firm. drastic change in UK rate s'.nic- macnmc firm. -j turc of the airline industry v.-t-re one of the leading -m among the major happenings, companies of the WK, f during an eventful week in foasi- promptly denied the allegations. rwi-vui rfii i bvj'iu prohlf'IJ v Jf "I? MOST CO-OPERATE Speaking at a nomi- .murn benefit over the long .ers before debvery.___________i convention in the Ontario i minerals polio-; must result! riding of held by from the combined experience i 'Jtera! Ross Dan-1 of industry1 the the government ness T s this week. Its chairman. Peter McColough, I ne Federal Trade Commis- said the FTC charges were! charged Tuesday i.hat really an attack on the patent STco'jS should 'te'wrM CjllGGH .hrouah its peter.', and leasing exclusive rights to hi', invention i and federal governments. i demonstrated that it "either BOILER PRESSURE VESSEL INSPECTION ENGINEERS through for a period of time." minerals policy, implemen- tation and ensuing problems of j IGA sales increase this vear si; AJFt FARES EDMONTON 'CTi Horr.e Wednesday ar.d Pitfie'd Foods Ud. report- oo'iaiions on ed net income cf for with the result that TVee developments came in f 11 I 1 rapid succession to the C fl f f flflV Iflfl'V airline industry into a state of V T uncertainty, and cause and industry must be strength- i Used. Increased dialogue fo-1 As "fjlt- on Oct. 31, rural wards formulation of a national i Canada demonstrated beyond a shadow of a douc-t tfrat it had enough of the government in Ot- rnanagement is required." i f0 Mr. Mic-dorald ato defended V'T_, Danfrjrtn was i govemmeat to Tfllicy against vas held Oct. Democrat j "J Leader have Text of his remans was i charged that it gives unfair S given to the EDMONTON. Poiltior.l ore ovoilcble In Edmonlon v.-ilh Alberto Department of and Labour for individuolt inierested in 'j ccrr-er iri Plont The opp'i'-'nti a Firsl Clasi engineer'! Certificate O' cegree in Mechanical Engineering and be !'ne detian, fabrica- tion, operation m'jfntenar.ce rvign preside i Cloiet Dec. 27, 1972 Cc-npe-tiiicn Uo. 4003-5. APPLY: GOVERNMEMT Or AlBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 500, TERRACE BURDiNG 96 AVENUE AND 106 STREET EDMONTON, T5K 2C1 hern. Israe! took the from rier drove pas', in Jordan L-, the iW7 to rnav, security b te Christen role ct he said kw the o{ in creating to a record while ins for higher rates and the Ku- per-share c-a.Tiings were 20 f, roiean carriers for lower cents on ojtTtsndJriE Air shares in 1372 corn oared v-iih appealed to the Civil Aeronaut- 18.5 cents on ics Board for permission to in? shares in lower its fares on trarLS- and Pitfield has ir.ter- U.S. flights to S12S. ests in IGA, and Red providing a avper-cent d> s-tores ir. payrnerit is ern Ca_--ada. vance. Colored lights are being arnh-jlance, ar.d must rely on sirxje WDO. strung Manger s-jusre. ,Jerusalem, live miles north lor' He said go-.-erranent Souverir ihopt are worliig mtriicsi aid. There Is no fire a need to keep Canadian mining overtime to produce brigade. in world markets cpjcifixes ar.d oiive-v.ood babes j jv, e 51-year-old mayor, by forwarding tax incentives. in manser for tne expected e'e'-''.ed to office last May. pins i The minister predicted that i-per-cent oo-.p Square, besides beins an idea he created to about M.S bJUIon Irom e M in aa- Ot tj-t rear.ger to fur-ne' foods to his IOV.TJ from about M.2 billion, as domestic _______ _____, v. here the baby Jtsu.5 lay, Ls 2 donors the world he and foreign demarrf Bond prices Doherty Limited Hvd 9 Br arking lot for trucks a-nd taxis. CLEARED AT CHRISTMAS on Christmas b It cleared to rnajie v.-ay for the pil- grims v.-ho atterid midnight V, Vfiff> Et thp Chu'c-, o' Na- 9) Vfi.'h Vfiff: ti'-.-itv. built on the traditional OF CANADA. Eot.'Dj 4-i" ieot. '72 Matured Quebec Oct 1, '75 93.50 Alborta 8 Julv 'n I'A.Vl Hy. Sept. i. 'A'fl Perp S-' register due to growth in mirjeral fuels fo-mdatiori iri the United States sales. wiCi as a charity organ- rnetellics aod ind'jstrial miner- izadon. Heads of trie main Holy als. Land Greek He said the growth in Orthodox and in 1J72 was about five per agreed to ]oir. it-s board, and a below long-term growth rate juccession of visit Tig U.S. cigrJ- of nearly eight per ez-1 taries has promised to help. periesced sin p '75 I'.iSO'j ft ;oe.w '9J TOT.W 1W.W iOl.CO Crossword Te! 8 G T "M m.'A Ito.'fi iB.C. for B.C. Tel Bell Tel S-i Beii Tel 5P.. H. H. Smith Ltd, Customs Broker COBTTS Gjlf Oil P P '74 Vfi-'.'i undergone countless reno- vations o-f ugly coni-rete. :y> I'fiffi and boilers r.s i 'il skyline shovs seisins gaudy rS2 Chn-Stmas cares ar.d i. stat'jes of Christ lire the IVi.W 103.W ing alleys. '23 1M.OT private profits soar, the '83 1W.W 106.00 the unc- '9i Jortj6riian rules of maiy ;M K'j.K 6go Freij a nun- iwiw ann '80 105.'.o Ltt Nickel 'SO 1W.W Vfifii ar.d C G rai 105.00 S'. of '90 Vfifft Tr fjda P ''fi VAM Ill.Vj Tr Cxii P 10S 111.00 COtt'VERTIELES Alta G T 'SO Cons Gas yj Dvnarv 7 '82 92.00 Ar-klsrids 'K 102.00 S-.IIT Riln M.'Xi Tr Cdn V "'ft 1W.OO iil Tr C SS 00 ACCOUNTANT No. ur. 22, 1972. r- ji? neve c'CC-jnling, inc, crt-d To cii'jrr.e To C'.i-jrrg djllei 2, 3973 cr ci ic-cn ci'.e ir. fs fre ur.ieni c-d M. E. tEGAARDEN Oivisicn Ho. 33 Boy 400, High River, Alberto Phone 652-2341 Joint school facilities planned i REGH.'A 'CP.i The A'te- i ta ar.d govero- will :n ir-5 L-. poi-.-secor.dary arjd cor-tinuing e-iuca'Jrjr. in the areas of Maidsto-e, Lkrydriin- i s'.er ar.d Vermilion. In making the asnciunteroent ir: a ev.-an Ed'j'iation Mir.ister Gor- drcj said a study be kur.chftd in C'fi i r.ear fut'jre vj develoo a pro- i pesa! for deljve-.- ar.d Fjprxjrt o! and progra.T--.. Kzisting facilities arxl ser- vi'.fs offered by the Co-rnpreheriSive ar.d Verrniiion College will te ir.'egra! parts of fe develop- CANADIAN LINEN SUPPLY APPOINTMENT R. F. ER'WIH DYCK crd i lr.9 i, Generc! C S-jpply of To Let' ol f-ft L'r.en piofit ot .'l r p'onH ir, elf of Car.-3-i-J. the MOTOR HOTEL Welcomes you to Edmonton To help yc-'jr rrore MORE PEOPLE STAY AT THE RIVIERA- BECAUSE THE RIVIERA OFFERS YOU MORE! or Telephone IVIERA MOTOR HOTEL 5359 CALGARY TRAIL 43-43-43-! Wednesday at 10 o.m. FAT and FEEDER FRIDAY Al TO o.m. FAT and FEEDER CATTLE SALES MONDAY ot 1 p.m. SPECIAL Feeder Hog end Baby Calf Sales of 1 p.m. i Slock Calf and feeders SPECIAL FRIDAY. WE BUY and SEU FAT end FEEDER LAMES DAI1Y EXPOiiTERS OF SLAUGHTER HOGS EXCELUNT FACILITIES FOR FEEDING AND LOADING HOGS. 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