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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Ftbruary 1, 197SV- THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 13 Bathing man cleaned out of VANCOUVER (CP) A 45 year old Calgary man was clean- ed out of yesterday by two women who offered to take a bath with him. The victim told police he met the women in a beer parlor and all three returned to his hotel room. The women suggested they take a communal bath, he said, so he un- dressed and went into the bathroom to fill the tub. The women said they would join him after a minute. A few seconds later, he found the door locked. When he got out, his pants pockets were empty .along with his wallet, which had con- tained Immigration green paper ready Government pays fares Happy time Former special White House counsel Charles W. Colson and his wife meet with newsmen outside their home Friday night after he was released from prison. T 1 Colson served almost seven months of a one-to-three f QF lllCil311S year prison term in connection with the Watergate scandal. OTTAWA (CP) Having already moved to hold the line on immigration, the federal government plans to introduce in the Commons Monday a four-volume likely will retain stiff entry tests requiring new arrivals to have prearranged jobs or possess skills needed to fill jobs in worker-scarce areas. And any new policy also of regulations a affected by the tougher to reunification of families, rear ago, was expected to entrance restrictions, but Public discussion following educe the immigration flow regulations for sponsored im- the tabling of the green paper about 40 per cent and migrants-those joining im- likely will include a federal-stabilize it at around mediate families or provincial conference on pop-lersons a year were not changed, ulation policy. Both independent applicants Mr. Andras has said that The provinces have been options for future immigration a campaign to increase the proportion of French-speaking those nominated by dis- new immigration policy will agitating for more say in im-tant relatives in Canada were continue to give some priority migration policies. Robert Andras says that the so-called green paper is intended to serve as a base for wide-ranging public debate on immigration, a volatile political subject. The government reacted last October to soaring immigration and fears of high unemployment with new regulations to tie immigration more directly to jobs. Mr. Andras has said future immigration policy proposals will be subjected to lengthy discussion before final legislation is put together, but the current trend to tougher the Quebec birth rate has fallen below the national average, threatening the survival of the "French fact." Under the current, newly revised rules, prospective immigrants without prearranged jobs or needed skills are penalized 10 points under the system used to determine qualifications for landed im migrant status. An applicant needs 50 of a possible 100 points to gain ad mission and points are award .ed for job skills, jol availability, training language skills and Due to the extended shopping hours and only having part of our staff in our store each day, we feel we cannot give our customers the kind of service they deserve. Therefore we have decided to close one full day a week so that we may have a full staff every day, to give our customers better service. EFFECTIVE MONDAY, FEB. 3rd WE WILL BE CLOSED EVERY MONDAY We hope this does not cause any inconvenience to our is likely to persist. Legislation is expected early next year to replace the The October crackdown combined with an for Your specify future policies, but DENTURE ble directions for mum FURNITURE LTD. government. Mr. Andras said in a recent interview that new Dentil Mechanic 303 Sth Street South HUtcall Building PHONE .11 1254- 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-4133 Plane engines modified OTTAWA (CP) Air 'Canada has modified some of its aircraft engines at the suggestion of the United States federal aviation agen- cy, Transport Minister Jean Marchand said Friday. The changes correct defects that can cause engine failure on take-off in DC-9, Boeing 737 and Boeing 727 aircraft. Mr. Marchand, replying to a Commons question from Dan MacKenzie South said he con- firmed with Air Canada offi- cials that the modifications had been made. Mr. MacKenzie said the U.S. agency discovered 10 cases in which defects had resulted in incidents on takeoff. He asked Mr. Marchand to ensure that all airlines in Canada make the changes. Police family fund ENVIRONMENTAL SEAL f'df'jSrlp'JDOORS and WINDOWS N STICK DOOR llAMi-phJs brass seal is easily installed with a pressure sensitive adhesive fastener which forms a permanent bond to wood, metal, plastic, or painted surface-arid may be installed in the coldest N.B. (CP) A fund established to collect public contributions for the families of two Moncton policemen slain last December has reached a spokesman said Friday. About 99 per cent of pledges made by individuals and groups had been collected by Friday, said the spokesman for a committee of five appointed to organize the trust fund. The fund was started in mid-December after Cpl. Aurele Bourgeois and Constable Michael O'Leary were found murdered in shallow graves near the city. They disappeared while investigating a reported kidnapping. DOUK V- Ifm 1 _j atAL Compleie the seal at the threshold with a slide on ALL BRASS DOOR BOTTOM. See your hardware man for KEL-EEZ's full line of door and window seals. Buy Quality Be sure it's manufactured by KEL-EEZ, BX8114, Akron, OH New dealers interested in KEl-EEZ line, have your distributor contact us at Booth 3205 Canadian Hardware HAS BEEN PURCHASED BY INVESTORS IN ALBERTA FROM DIAL MORTGAGE IN FIRST SECOND MORTGAGE INVESTMENTS ONE OF THE SAFEST AND MOST LUCRATIVE INVESTMENTS, OFFERING THESE BENEFITS: SECURITY OF INTEREST AND PRINCIPAL REGULAR MONTHLY PAYMENTS 'i YFAR TERMS MORTGAGES REGISTERED IN YOUR NAME EARN 15X.OR MORE ON AMOUNTS OF AND UP COMPLETE DETAILS AT MO OBLIGATION- 642-3787 WARNER, ALTA. EMIL GUNDLOCK REPRESENTATIVE IN CALGARY, PHONE 265-8342 CORPORATION LIMITED 1518 7th STREET S.W. CALGARY OTTAWA (CP) The last of the Indians occupying a federal building near Parlia- ment Hill are expected to leave next week and the federal government will pay their way home, a spokesman for the National Capital Com- mission (NCC) said Friday. The group of about a dozen young people are the last of the 200 or more members of the Native People's Caravan who occupied the building prior to a violent demonstra- tion on Parliament Hill Sept. 30. The commission, which owns the 100-year-old mill building on an island in the Ot- tawa River, is not evicting the Indians, the spokesman said. But the group has been anx- ious to go home and the government is willing to help them, he said. The Indian affairs depart- ment had earlier offered to pay their way home if the oc- cupiers agreed to leave. The building has been heated and maintained by the NCC since the Indians oc- cupied it on the eve of the Sept. 30 incident. The spokesman said that the oldest of the group was 21 and there were "one or two children of 12 or 13" in the group. He said most of them come from the West. Newspaper parties found guilty WINDSOR, Ont. (CP) Southam Press (Ont.) Ltd., Star publisher J. P. O'Callaghan, editor Robert M. Pearson and court reporter Michael John Frezell were fined a total of yester- day in Ontario Supreme Court. Mr. Justice Thomas Gallon found the parties guilty Jan. 24 of contempt of .court for publishing testimony from a preliminary hearing after a judge had banned such publication. Mr. Justice Callon said it was clear that a prohibition order had been given prior to the publishing of a report written by Frezell in The Star Jan. 15. The news media had been instructed to publish only the decision of a preliminary hearing into charges against Jan Zaborek, 49, of Windsor, who was subsequently con- victed of the June 6 murder pf Anne Sutak, also of Windsor. He was sentenced to life im- prisonment. War veterans to qualify OTTAWA (CP) Residency requirements that prevent a small number of armed forces veterans from qualifying for the old age pen- sion at will be changed, the government announced here. 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