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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, January 25, 1975 THE HUHSi.O 27 Sovereignty flights to continue OTTAWA (CP) Sovereignty flights over the Arctic will continue at one a month until April when they will return to normal, a defence department spokesman said Friday. After April, the beginning of the next fiscal year when the financially-constrained Arm- ed Forces will have some new money, flights will average a month, the spokesman said. Sovereignty flights are the sweep over the northern islands made by Argus long- range patrol aircraft as a symbolic reminder to the world that Canada owns the land. They were cancelled in October as a money-saving measure. The move resulted in such an uproar that Defence Minister James Richardson said there would be one flight in each of the next few months. Argus flights were also cut elsewhere. Long-range patrols during which the air- craft landed in Iceland or the Azores were reduced. Lan- dings in Europe by the air- craft were stopped. Mr. Richardson was asked about sovereignty protection by a Liberal backbencher in the Commons Friday. Ken Robinson of Toronto Lakeshore noted that armed United States Coast Guard icebreakers might be es- corting U.S. supertankers through the Northwest Passage in the future. He asked if the forces will acquire a ship capable of working in the ice and a nuclear submarine. Mr. Richardson said air pa- trols go over the area. The possibility of armed icebreakers escorting super- tankers through the passage was raised at last week's Con- ference of Defence Associations. Skating at 76 Wilton Anderson, 76, right, was a skating in- structor in the 1940s. Now he teaches regulars like Frank Astrios, left, at city hall's free rink in toronto. Labor minister sees problems on strike front OTTAWA (CP) Labor Minister John Munro said in the Commons Friday he has "no doubt there are going to be problems during 1975" with work stoppages. But the government is talking with labor and management groups to try to find a means other than strikes to settle dis- he told Frank Maine Dr. Maine, referring to the prospect of "non-stop strikes" during the year, asked what the government is doing to avert strikes. His question came after his private motion calling on the government to form a special Commons committee to find an alternative to the use of strikes. This would protect "innocent third parties whose lives are disrupted during strikes in both the private and public sectors of the economy. Dr. Maine's motion said such strikes "threaten to be more serious than in past years owing to the large number of con- tracts to be renewed in the current year." He said in a news release that strikes make it possible "for a relatively few irresponsible individuals to deprive millions of heat, light, transportation, postal service and even food...." It has reached the point where the government is forced to intervene "in a ridiculously large number of disagreements. Dr. Maine said the challenge is to make the strike "obsolete without weaking the bargaining power of the unions." There would be complaints about disregarding human rights, "but the rights of the many must be given consideration as well as the rights of the individual." Dr. Maine did not offer any specific method by which strikes might be made obsolete. Emission devices raise car prices WASHINGTON (AP) American Motors Corp. told the Environmental Protec- tion Agency (EPA) Friday it would cost an extra a car and an 11-per-cent loss in gas- oline mileage to come even close to meeting 1977 auto emission standards. AMC, the fourth U.S. auto- maker to testify at EPA hear- ings on auto emissions, said it is almost impossible to meet the 1977 standards on schedule because of incomplete tech- nology and insufficient time. General Motors, Ford and Chrysler officials testified earlier this week in support of their petition to EPA for a one-year delay in the stan- dards. Runaway MP won't return to Britain LONDON (Reuter) Runa- way politician John Stonehouse made clear Friday that he will not return to Bri- tain to give evidence in any parliamentary inquiry into his. behavior. However, in a radio inter- view in Australia, the 49-year- old Labor member of Parlia- ment said he will give the "fullest possible infor- either in writing or to any members of Parlia- ment who visit him there. The EPA hearings also cover President Ford's proposal to ease the standards until 1982 in exchange for a 40- per-cent improvement in fuel economy. American Motors said meeting Ford's proposed interim standards nationally would add about J155 to the price of a new car and would reduce gasoline mileage about one to two per cent. AMC joined in recommending that present standards, now required of 1975 cars, be extended for five years beyond 1977 when tougher standards would take effect. In contrast with the U.S. manufacturers, officials of Mercedes Benz told the hear- ing on Friday they could meet the original 1977 standards with a slight reduction of gas- oline mileage but without a price increase. Present standards limit auto emissions to no more than 1.5 grams of hydrocar- bons per mile, 15 grams of carbon monoxide and 3.1 grams of nitrogen oxides. The 1977 standards would reduce these emission to .41 gram of hydrocarbons per mile, 3.4 grams of carbon monoxide and 2.0 grams of nitrogen oxides. President B'ord's proposal would retain the present 3.1- gram nitrogen oxide standard until 1982 and set interim standards of .9 gram of hydrocarbons per mile and 9.0 grams of carbon monoxides from 1977 to 1982. ROYCLELAND M.L.S. SALESMAN OF THE MONTH-DECEMBER Roy has compiled a fantastic record In 1974 by winning Salesman of the Month 6 times In 12 months. This week is Basketball Week in Canada and we wish all players and organizers across the country every success In the future. Roy is like Lew he stands head and shoulders above his competitors in achieving results. If you want to score a basket, with your real estate problem, and not pick up a foul from the ref, call Roy or the Action Agency team at 329-3331 they shoot straight and they score. City of Lethbridge Notice To Property Owners or Occupiers In accordance with section 29 of the City of Lethbridge, streets by-law, an owner or occupier of premises must clear snow or ice from that portion of city sidewalk adjacent to their property. Upon refusal or neglect to do so, the city may proceed to undertake the work and charge the owner of the property ac- cordingly. 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