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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -thundoy, February 11, 1971 THI inHMIOCI HfltAlD S outlines programs Young meA in 1 C7 FORT FRANKLIN, N.W.T. 35 miles rf PCs to push in legislature BLAMED IN AIR CRASH-Captain Pettr Hamilton, left, and flrit officer Donald Rowland, right, been blamed in connection with the crash of an Air Canada DC-8 jet in Toronto last July which claimed 109 A report by Mr. Justice Hugh Gibson of the Exchequer Court of Canada also assessed blame on the aircraft's manufacturer, Air Canada and the federal transport department._________ Oddities in the news LONDON (AP) Two girls who went to work in hot pants were in hot water today for raising male temperatures and lowering the production of Brit- ish cars and cookies. Susan Best, 16, was fired for violating "decency rules" at a Peak Frean biscuit factory in South London. Kim Moon, 21, was scolded by the management at the British- Leyland automobile plant in Birmingham for taking up the new fashion rsge but won her case. The complaint at both facto- ries was that men were leav- Revue coming NATAL (HNS) Barker- ville '71, the ail-new revue fea- turing entertainers from the Theatre Royal in historic Bar- kerville, is on the road for a spring swing throughout Brit- ish Columbia as part of Cen- tennial '71 celebrations. It will be making an appearance in Sparwood on April 4. I QUALITY DENTURE I CLINIC I EDDY DIETRICH I Certified Dental Mechanic I Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-76841 jig the production lines to look at the legs. Kim wore a see through blouse with her hot pants. The works manager asked her to go home and change into something less eye catching But he backed down when Kim won union support for her skimpy black shorts. 'My view Is that it's up to the firm to keep the men un der she said. SASSUOLO, Italy (AP) Po- lice are trying to track down the makers of a new kind of pornography: tile floors with naked girls in audacious poses Several thousand of the titfl Lting tile Mb are believed tush for special programs to pffset the unemployment crisis and long term programs to help create new job opportun- ties. To meet a growing public concern, the party will urge establishment of policies to in- crease the degree o( partidpa- ion and ownership by Alber- ans in the province's resources and enterprises. Included would be i call for provisions that crown licences, whenever fea- sible, specify opportunities for Albertans. Other areas Conservat i v e s would debate. of rural develop- ment to stimulate the growth of smaller centres, including highway facilities and decen- tralized government expendi- ture. alternative legislative program to control pollution and protect the environment, Each mines 38.1 tons for record SPARWOOD (HNS) Un- derground miners at Kaiser Resources at Michel came up with a production record re- cently wher. the miners in Balmer North and in the hy- draulic mines turned out tons or 38.1 tons per man. This is the best daily produc- tion record in Michel's history and indicates that underground mining is still vital to the total production figures. Underground crews have sub- stantially increased their pro- ductivity in recent months. i insurance premiums. and stronger legisla- lion to protect the citizen against bureaucratic abuses, in- eluding amendments to expro- priation, human rights and oth- er social legislation. budgelting to as- sure that cost control efforts in education and health do not adversely affect quality of ser- vice. of govern- ment departments without ab- dicating the responsibility of elected ministers to appointed boards. in a crash 900 miles northwest and ot Edmonton. I Gerald Toews, 19, of Calgary, died in the crash with his pas- i senger Pat Skelsey, 26, of Fort Franklin. The wreckage was found on the Smith arm of Great Bear Lake, RCMP said today. The transport depart- ment was investigating. The aircraft was on a 120- mile flight from Fort Franklin to Lake Balot. Miss Skelsey was the national health depart- ment nurse at Fort Franklin. Last month, Mr. Toews and two passengers were rescued the occupants were res- cued after they were found during a by Canadian forces Much aircraft. CEDED BY SPAIN Spain ceded the Philippines to the United States in 1898. VICTORIAN ORDER OF NURSES ANNUAL MEETING Thursday, Feb. 25th at 12 noon PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITED TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR PETER LOUGHEED including a Wilderness Act which could only be altered by the legislature. the desirability of the prairie rivers improvement and management evalua t i p n scheme and propose water use. of the depart- ment of agriculture to empha- size marketing and sales, with complem e n t a ry programs to help overcome the serious de- cline in net farm income. open, public enquiry into electric power, gas and tele- phone utility operations to de- termine whether existing meth- ods of setting rates reflects ade- quately the interest of the con- sumer. of substantial provincial funds for housing for lower-income groups. provincial govern- ment assistance to senior citi- zens facing rising living costs, including relief from education property tax and medical care Remove snow COALDALE (HNS) A total of truck-loads of snow were removed from the town's streets during January, Coun- cillor Abe Ens reported at a recent council meeting. The public works department has been kept very busy re- moving snow, both from the streets and clearing sidewalks. SATURDAY SPECIAL! Home of fine Brazier foods brazier Both Locations: NORTH SOUTH 2 DAYS ONLY 1152 M.M. DRIVE S. PHONE 327-6440 SOUTH STORE NORTH STORE AVEL CENTRE HOME OF SKYLARK CAMPERS AND TRAILERS Located at GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY Ph. 327-3165 LETHBRIDGE MOBILE HOMES by All units are Furnished with Stove, Refriger- ator, Chesterfield and Chair, Dinette and 4 Chairs, and all Bedroom Furniture ;