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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta HAILE SELASSIE Ethiopian emperor bends in crisis ADDIS ABABA Emperor Haile presiding over Ethiopia's gravest social crisis in his half century of called a special session of parlia- ment Wednesday to act on proposed constitutional changes that would strip him of most of his power. The 81-year-old emperor acted after meeting with military radicals who demanded a reorganized government in which they would share power with civilian officials. Parliament had been scheduled to recess Satur- day The special session would speed action on reforms recommended by a 30-member constitutional including one to make the premier directly responsible to parliament instead of to the emperor A palace annojncernent broadcast to thu nation said the still a symbol of national gave his consent to con- tinued discussions between civilian authorities and military radicals GRANTS AMNESTY Selassie also granted amnesty to political de- mand of the military refor- mers The emperor's amnesty order was believed to benefit scores of Ethiopians detained as sup- porters of the guerrilla independence movement in Eritrea province and as participants in an un- successful coup in Decem- ber. 1960 It also cleared the way for Ethiopians who had fled the country to return home without facing arrest Rebel soldiers met with the emperor early Wednes- day reliable sou.ces demanded that six tey government minis- tries be turned over to military infor- education and land reform In a third concession to the military Selassie announced the ap- pointment of Maj -Gen. Aman Andom as armed forces chief of sue ceeding Lt.-Gen. Wolde Selassie Forest fire areas being mopped up EDMONTON Mop ip operations are continuing n areas of Alberta recently lit by forest fires. The department of lands md forests says operations in- the rooting up and dous- ng of all smouldering deadfall md sod. It also said patrols ire continuing in connection vith six fires burning under The largest fire being out tut is acres in the Vhitecourt Forest of northern Uberta. Other fire damaged areas ire 40 miles east of Slave 90 miles southeast of 70 miles outheast of Fort 0 miles northwest of Nordegg md 40 miles west of Sundre. So far this 344 fires Stabilization plan needed for beef industry OTTAWA A stabilization plan is needed for the beef industry to help stop wide price fluctuations at the retail the chairman of the food prices revieVv board said Wednesday. Beryl Plumptre told a news conference that a floor price would help producers know what they will get for cattle sent to market. in would let consumers know what they will be paying for beef over a reasonable length of time. Mrs. Plumptre she released a board study that shows in- creases in beef prices during the last year were caused by higher prices at the farm level and not by increases in the price margins of wholesalers and retailers. Price increases charged by producers were the result of increased grain costs and government actions that the here and in the United Mrs. Plumptre said. A government ban on the importation of lower-priced cattle from the U.S. kept Canadian prices she said. U.S. cattle have been banned until they can be cer- tified free of the growth hor- mone diethylstilbestrol a growth agent linked with cancer. The 1973 price freeze in the U S. also drove up prices. Farmers held cattle off the market until the freeze was lifted. That action affected Canada since really a North American for beef. Mrs. Plumptre ssid the sup- ply of cattle will increase this and result in softening of retail This will be caused by farmers fattening cattle over a longer period us- ing hay instead of high-priced grain. The board feels that poor prospects for the beef in- dustry might also lead farmers to slaughter more heifers and cows than reducing their herds to move into grain production. Such action would lead to lower prices this but higher prices in three years when the reduction in herds might result in demand ex- ceeding Mrs. Plumptre said. Analysis of prices in the To- ronto region show that price .margins implemented by wholesalers and retailers had not contributed to the sharp rise in prices in recent years. YOURSELF INTO DUNLOP FORD AND RUSTLE UP A DEAL DURING OUR 4 i 1ft v -rSv-v tftf-'' k i Better Idea Salesmen I i STEVE DAKU m Denny Kjeldgaard 1 BSSfl vV.v. tflf KEITH CHILTON SKt _. 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