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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta February 34, THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 British immigration laws tougher AMONG SOFTEST Graphite is one of the softest I known minerals. SUTUES BULK Sugar cane supplies the bulk of commercially grown sugar. FEATHERY TOPPER Queen Elizabeth II, in a feathered hat arrives at' the Old Bailey in London. It marked the first time a reigning monarch has been to the world's most famous court since it was opened in 1907 by King Edward VII. She lunched there with the Lord Mayor of London, Sir Peter Studd, the Sheriffs and the judges. Chinese section given reprieve CALGARY (CP) The long- standing Chinese section of downtown, which was slated for virtual destruction by planned road construction, has been given at least another 20 years. The key to the situation is the aging Centre Street Bridge which city engineers said would either have to be replaced or extensively repaired. They recommended replace- ment to tie into a planned ex INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ITD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 wessway system which woul< lave cut apart the small eth nic area. But City Council decided this week to repair the bridge at a cost of million and delay [or 20 years additional acces routes to the downtown core which required a new struc ture across the Bow River. When the roadway plans wero originally announced, the Chinese community objec ed strongly and contended they were forced to relocate i should be at the cost of the city. MISNOMER FLORIDA, Mich. (AP) T winter in Florida, you've got 1 love snow. The tiny eommunil in Michigan's upper peninsul has had more than 120 incha of snow this winter. The tern perature is usually near zero Most of the 100 residents are Scandinavian heritage. LONDON (AP) The Con servative government has drafted an immigration bill re-1 moving the advantages citizens of other Commonwealth coun- tries have had. Its terms, disclosed today by authoritative sources, are sure to dismay the governments of several non-white Common- wealth states. They equally are bound to be assailed by maverick Conserva- tive Enoch Powell, who wants Britain to finance a massive program of repatriation for nost of the country's million or j non-whites. A summary of the bill that ill be presented to Parliament us week defines its aim as ablishment of "a single system immigration control applies [e to everyone coming from verseas who is not exempt rom control by reason of his jonnecHons" with the United lingdom. In practical terms, this means ommonwealth citizens will be treated like all other foreigners. also means Commonwealth itizens of Asia, Africa and the Caribbean will be affected most, 'hey easily outnumbered the many citizens on the old white Commonwealth who qualify au- omatically for British citizen- hip by ancestry. VTLL HELP THEM LEAVE The bill provides for state- aided repatriation of immi- grants wishing to leave but no forced repatriation; for deporta- tion of immigrants failing to ful- fil conditions of eniry or whose departure could be judged "con- ducive to the public and that immigrants must satisfy character and English-language and wait five years before being accepted as full British citizens. Home Secretary Reginald Maudling evidently has sought to balance these stiffer condi- tions by enshrining the rights and status of immigrants who achieve citizenship. Regardless of their origins, after being ac entitled to full and equal status. Here are some points of the bill: Commonwealth citizens ex- empted from control will in- clude those who qualify for Brit- ish status by birth, adoption, na- tionality or registration in this country or who have a parent or grandparent wit! such a link. This means mainly whites. Others exempted from control would include thosfl who already have settled here and those with parents or grandparents bora hi Britain. These Commonwealth citizens already in Britain also will be able to bring in depend- ot ineir origins, auer uvuig at- wm uc aurc w cepted as citizens they will be' ents after five years residence In future, Commonwealth citi- zens coming to Britain to work will be admitted on 12-month permits with extensions nor- mally allowed "while in ap- proved employment." Visitors, students and working holidayers from Commonwealth countries will be allowed into Britain as at present and in nor- mal circumstances will not have to register with police as other entrants will have to do. 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Note how quickly bloat much better you feel. More aliva, youthful Kppearing and active. FINAL 3 DAYS-THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY Truck Farm Specials Automobile must yield to buses TORONTO (CP) The pri vate automobile must give way :o public transit to preserve mu- nicipalities from deterioration, Mayor Valorie Swain of Kings- ton told members of the Ontario Good Heads Association today. "We have to recognize that automobile manufacturers are turning out motor vehicles far faster than we can build roads tn accommodate he said. "Public transport ?s one an- swer. More and more of the centre cores of our cities will be closed off to the automobile." Mayor Swain said public op- position to expressways is grow- ing and people are becoming more concerned with pollution from automobiles. He recommended that the as- sociation "direct its attention to new means of transportation that de-emphasize the automo- and suggested that it as- sist municipalities "by promot- ing public awareness of the full cost, obvious and hidden, in pri- vate automobile operation as oopposed to the cost of a bus ticket." How much money aren't you saving? TORONTO DOMINION has 10 pre-spring savings tips for you Join us for coffee this Thursday and Friday afternoons. SEE FOR YOURSELF THE MANY WAYS YOU CAN SAVE MONEY WITHOUT TOO MUCH EFFORT! fflTORONTODOMINION thebankwherepeoplemakethedifference 612 4th Avenue S. and College Moll 670-15 700-15 650-16 750-16 700-17 750-17 750-20 825-20 900-20 670-15 700-15 650-16 750-16 550-16 4 Ply......... 24.75 600-16 4 Ply......... 24.35 6 Ply 30.45 The quality tire built for the replacement mar- ket to provide accurate tracking in loose or wet soil. SUGG. 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