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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THI UTM1IIOCE HUAID Tu.tday, February 1, New council of Territories plans flag, more welfare By JOHN DOOD and a YELLOWKMFE, N .W .T. (CP) The Northwest Territo- ries council opened a new ses- sion Monday plans _for more welfare, an official flag increase in the level of polar bear hunting. Much of the proposed legisla- tion, described in an opening address by territorial Commis- sioner Stuart Hodgson, involves HE'S A LOUSE This is a bee louse magnified times under a University of Georgia microscope. To the human eye the bee louse is an unidentifiable dot. Researchers nt ths University were able to photograph the minute reddish parasite by a photographic procejs designed into a new research instrument called the scan- ning electron microscope. The louse is so small that it lives on the body of a honey bee and takes food directly from the mouth of the host bee. A louse with a "sweet Nickel Mke liad little effect on economy says prices probe OTTAWA (CP) The prices i and incomes commission said here a five cent a pound in- crease in the price of nickel made by the International Nickel Co. of Canada last Octo- ber had little effect on the do- mestic economy. The commission's inquiry was undertaken while it was still policing an agreement among businessmen to hold price in- creases in 1970 to something less than their cost increases. Inco's profits after taxes in the first nine months of last year rose to 20 per cent of its sales, from 17 per cent in 1961. Other nickel producers, Falcon- bridge Nickel Mines, Ltd., and Sherritt Gordon Mines Ltd., also showed large increases in profits over the first nine months of 1969. The commission said the price increase was primarily designed to compensate the nickel producers for the loss ol exchange they experieneei when the Canadian dollarr was freed last June from its peggec internal lonal exchange rate. As t'je dollar rose in value on exchange markets, the effeetiv Canadian price was cut. Nicke iroducers sell 95 per cent o ieir product abroad, quotin jrices in U.S. dollar terms. The irice received by producers i Canadian terms fell to oound in September from at the start of the year. The commission said the im- pact of the price increase of five cents a pound would have a "relatively minor" effect on the economy, since nickel is a major component in only a very few items. Used in the produc- tion of stainless steel, its contri- bution to the selling price of freezers, for instance, is about one-four-hundredth of one per cent. "Increases in nickel prices did not by themselves increase domestic manufacturing costs and selling prices sufficiently to jeopardize directly the domestic price restraint the commission said. dministrative housekeeping, iut there were also plans to es- jllish new boards and commit- ees similar to those of provin- ial governments. The council, which has a new ook because of the election of mr native candidates and the eturn of only two incumbents, s to consider a record budget of 84 million, an increase of million from last year. The ludget includes provision for an ncrease in social assistoce atcs to bring them into line with higher living costs in the north. Mr. Hodgson said the social assistance estimates would also allow an increase in the monthly income an individual or amily would be allowed to earn without a reduction in the amount of social assistance he may receive. He did not elaborate. FLAG INCLUDES CREST Among the 17 bills planned was i: proposal for making the commonly used blue and white Hag official in the N.W.T. It is similar in basic design to the Canadian maple leaf flag but contains blue bands on either side and a white band in the middle bearing the crest of the N.W.T. The commissioner said a total of six polar bears were shot by white hunters last year near the high Arctic communities ol Sachs Harbor and Resolute Bay under a bill passed last January permitting a few Eskimos to sell their hunting permits to sportsmen. The limit is to be extended to a total of 10 this year in the same two settlements. Mr. Hodgson also the formation of a special 'group :o find solutions to transports ion and communications prob- lems in the Territories. It is to x led by Jim Wbelly, former general manager of the N.W.T. Centennial. "The government of the Northwest Territories considers fransportation and communica- tions just about the most vital elements to efficient adminis- tration in the the com- mission said. Tasty need not be costly! Alpha Evaporated and Alpha Instant Powdered Skim Milk have for years been favorites with housewives. Workers agree to end protest EDMONTON (CP) Ap- proximately 50 union workers returned to their jobs Monday at the Gulf Oil Refinery after it was agreed their protest against lack of transportation which resulted in them walking off the job Tuesday would go before a grievance board The workers, members of the International Asbestos Work- ers. Local 110, were told the p-ievance board would sit 'uesday and a spokesman for ne of the two sub-contractors smploying them said it was the matter will be settled by Wednesday. The union men, insulators. >rotested against not being pro- dded with bus service to the site, claiming the service is part of their contract when working outside the city. The refinery is in suburban Strathcona municipality, just east of Edmonton's eastern xmndarv. For meal time or quest time try this thrifty barbecue recipe indoors for a change. The recipe below is The recipe below is unbelievably easy. I SurpHSG Beef Treat I (Serves 6) Ibs. ground beef 2 tbsps.bottled hamburger relish 1 imall onion, grated 1 egg 1 cup finely chopped peeled cup ALPHA cooked potatoes EVAPORATED MILK Xz cup finely chopped peeled cooked beets pepper Mix above ingredients until well blended. Form into panics about 1 inch thick (or smaller if Baste with your favorite barbecue sauce. Fry patiics in butter. When recipes call tor Honey, to ho sure Use Alpha. London flood threat eases LONDON (Reuterl A loot danger cased early Monday and the threat that central London would be inundated by the tide swollen Thames abated. The tides, whipped by Nortr Sea gales, moved ominouslj high during the night and UK Thames threatened to burst it banks on the low-lying river es t u a r y. Emergency warning were broadcast at 2 a.m., bu just before dawn an oflicial a an emergency flood centre sai that despite levels within six feet of the top of river embank- ment walls, the main danger was over. Experts have repeatedly warnerl that a freak collision of tides from the North Sea and the English com- bination that claimed hundreds of lives in the eastern England Hoods of send mil- lions of gallons of water smash- ing through (lie low-lying city. CAN'T STAND SHRIMPS LONDON (Renter) Presi- dent Edward Akufo-Addo of Ghana suffered from .nil allergic reaction to shrimps when he was taken to hospital last week before his return home after a three-month absence. An official at the Ghana high com- mission said the president will return to Ghana Tuesday. SIMPSONS-SEARS CENTRE VILLAGE HfUL The Energy Cell Battery is a fresh starter. Packed with more reserve power than many ordinary batteries. And right now you can save on a fresh starter. The energy Cell is guaranteed for a full 3 years. The guarantee is honoured across Canada by Simpsons-Sears and by in the U.S. If trouble develops in the first year of use, we'll replace the battery with a brand new one, absolutely free. Instant power when you need it. Made to stand up to the rugged climatic conditions in Canada. Get a fresh start, get an Energy Cell. 18 Month Guarantee 12 Volt Exchange The Allstate Cavalier battery is designed for cars with low power requirements. Economically priced and packed with loads of cranking power. The 18 month guarantee is honoured in Canada and the U.S. Volkswagen Batteries 6 volt or 12 volt are available as well. Ask to sea the selection at our Automotive Centre. Supramafic Shocks Supramatics are guaranteed for 24 months or miles. Smooth out pot holes and iron out wash board roads with new Supramatics. Sale Price We'll give you for your old muffler when you replace it with a new Cavalier muffler. The Cavalier Muffler gives safe, quiet operation. So why take a chance on a faulty muffler, get a new Cavalier. AS IOW AS Portable Radio Allstate 10W30 Oil Allstate Oil Filters Allstate Spark Plugs Salo Price Sale Price 49' sir-2" Sale Price Fits all cars both 6 and 12-volt posilive systems. Key locks radio into place for security Sure-fire and dependable spark plugs. Quarts............49c Air filters......2.49 to 3.49 ,u, Gallons 3.49 Gas filters ......99c to 1.49 Store Houri: Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Salurday 9 a.m. to p.m. ;