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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 2-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD July 1974 News In brief Protestants march From REUTER-AP BELFAST More than Protestants marched through the towns of Northern Ireland today to mark the anniversary of the Battle of the biggest day of the year for Ulster Protestants. The Protestant Orange Order paraded with drums and pipe bands while Roman Catholics stayed mostly in their own districts. The British Army was on patrol to keep the two communities apart. Complaints investigated MEXICO CITY The United States Embassy says it carried the complaints of hun- ger-striking U.S. prisoners in two Mexico City prisons to the Mexican government before the prisoners started their fast this week. Consul-General Peter Peterson said the embassy is seeking assurance from the Mexican government that Americans who are arrested will be speedily supplied with a lawyer and an interpreter. Air Dash completed VANCOUVER Twenty years of experience helped retired American Air- lines pilot Richard of 111. bring his 1938 Piper Cub in on time all the way to win the Great Canadian Air Dash. He and his fishing buddy Norm landed in a drizzle Thursday at Vancouver International Airport after 10 13 hours and 28 minutes of best time we've ever had U.S.-Palestinian discussions hinted Nice slice Helping to get the city in the WhooprUp Days Lethbridge Jaycee Hersch Hanson cuts a slice of beef to pop into a tasty bun for passersby Thurs- day during the organization's beef-in-a-bun lunch downtown. The event helped promote the Jaycee's bar of gold fund raising event. Hydro strike called VANCOUVER The Office and Technical Employees Union. Local announced Friday it will go on strike against all British Columbia Monday. Hydro operations Talks resume today .Some workers will be involved. Forest industry still clogged 'Israeli attack imminent' BEIRUT The Leba- nese government has asked the United States to press Israel into stopping its reprisal raids on Lebanon. But Palestinian spokesmen and Beirut newspapers warned today that a Israeli attack on Beirut is imminent. Guerrilla groups admitted Venezuela Delegates to the international law of the sea conference agreed Thursday night to consider allowing liberation movements to participate in the con- ference's work. The measure was passed with 88 countries in Israel and South Africa and 35 including the United States and Canada abstaining. Ghandi fights inflation NEW DELHI Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi outlined tough measures Thursday to cut inflation. Rich landowners who have been virtually exempt from taxation should be made to contribute their she said in a speech at Banglore in South India. Deaths BRIDGE RUG DRAPES LTD. FREE ESTIMATES Phone 329-4722 COLLEGE MALL By The CANADIAN PRESS Stockholm Paer Swedish writer and Nobel of complications from a brain hemhorrage. Mich. District Court Judge Stephen author of the controversial cross-district school desegragation plan. VANCOUVER Talks were to resume in Victoria today between the International Woodworkers of America and Forest Industrial Relations as negotiators continue to seek a solution to one of the disputes in the walkout-plagued British Columbia forest industry. Jack regional IWA said both sides had joint and separate meetings Thursday with Jim B.C. associate deputy labor who asked that talks continue in Victoria. Meetings had been held there earlier in the week. More than half of the B.C. coast logging industry is tied up by the IWA-FIR dispute. only two of 21 B.C. pulp and paper mills are operating. Both are in central at Prince George and B.C. Forest Prod- ucts at Mackenzie. So far only the IWA loggers and Albemi locals have offi- cially gone on strike. However it is estimated that more than of the coast work force are off the job. About of the pulp work force also are off the job. In unrest is spreading into the interior where another IWA workers in the south are currently negotiating a contract to replace one that expires at the end of this month. And another wood- workers in the northern inte- whose contract expires Aug. also are reported to be restive. The United Paperworkers International Union and Paper and Woodworkers of Canada held a news conference Thursday to explain their side of the dispute. The pulp industry is negotiating mid-contract wage revisions. The two-year agreement does not expire until 1975. The pulp walkouts were held to protest tradesmen's pay rates. The acting say the industry has destroyed the differential between pulp tradesmen and IWA tradesmen. FOUND IN HEART The largest vein in the human body is the cardiac vein known as the vena cava. Pulp tradesmen have tradi- tionally enjoyed a pay differ- of 40 to 60 cents more than the woodworker rates. new rates for the IWA tradesmen vary from in an hour to manufacturing and up to in logging. Present rate for pulp mechanics is in the tentative agreement rejected by their members. New York Times Service WASHINGTON High- level contacts between the United States and Palestinian organizations may develop in coming months as part of an evolving American effort to bring about a Middle East a senior state department official said today. The official told newsmen that up to now there had been no contacts other than low- level diplomatic discussions in the Middle East between the United States and the Palestinians. But the official said that it would be desirable at some Spinola to form new gov't LISBON President Antonio de Spinola has proni- ised to name a new government for Portugal today or Saturday. Fewer leftists and more military men are likely. the front man for the young officers who overthrew dictator Antonio de Oliveiro Salazar's successors April dismissed the centre- left coalition 'cabinet Thursday after being unable to persuade Premier Adelino da Palma Carlos to withdraw his resignation. Political sources said Spinola is preparing to name Lt.-Col. Mario Firmino premier and to appoint military men to head the ministries of interior and defence. Pipeline will affect entire north judge N.W.T. The judge who will i t _ I i u 1-UU3UI. application to build a natural gas pipeline from the Arctic announced Thursday that the scope of the hearings he conducts will go beyond the actual proposals by Canadian Arctic Gas. limit the inquiry to an examination of Arctic Gas's proposals without considering the background against which that proposal is made would be to nullify the basis on which this inquiry was said Mr. Justice Thomas Berger. He made the statement as part ef a preliminary ruling on the inquiry. Mr. Justice Berger said the inquiry must examine the pipeline's effect on the future of northern the shape of northern communities and the way of life of northern peoples. It will begin with a general overview of the Mackenzie River the Mackenzie Delta and the northern he said. The initial stages will involve a series of hearings in Whoop Up Days Special July 12 and July 13 Big Fries Shake Dairy Queen brazier Reg. Special VDU Ulet TOY ADOPT A X MR. JUST f J ALL 60 TO DAIRY QU6EN' NORTH STORE ONLY 516 13th Street North Phone 327-4855 Plumptre's report gloomy on world sugar situation Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA The Food Prices Review Board issued a report on sugar prices yesterday but the long-winded document failed to look at the domestic aspect of the question. Asked at a news conference why her board had not studied the effect of sugar refineries on prices in three major ones having been fined 10 years ago for operating a cartel and now facing the same charges before the Beryl Plumptre said that this aspect would be the subject of a further report. Pressed to explain why this report had been produced without taking the domestic situation into consideration particularly fhe price-fixing Plumptre insisted that the reason for high sugar prices was but basically The price of sugar in most parts of Canada has more than doubled in the past year. Plumptre's report contained gloomy forecast of of sugar in the coming and it saw little hope of lowering prices. This was mostly due to an increased international demand for particularly from developing nations and newly-oilrich countries who now could afford such luxuries as soda pop and chocolate for ex- ample. A general conclusion of the 60-page report was that the face of expanding world demands and uncertain world Canada's sugar policies must become increasingly and must not be co'nfined by traditional attitudes or ar- Nixon aides communities along the Mackenzie proposed route for the to allow residents to make submissions. overview evidence would include such matters as the culture and econ- omy of the northern the geography and geological history of the Mackenzie the Delta and the the the geotechnical aspects of northern terrain including and renewable and Only after this is considered will the hearings begin consid- eration of the evidence of ex- pert witnesses speaking for Canadian Arctic the ruling says. The application to build the pipeline has aroused con- troversy in the North. The In- dian Brotherhood of the Northwest Territories is claiming title to much of the land through which the pipeline would pass. stage for higher-level political contacts. Because the question of Palestinian participation at the Geneva Middle East conference has not been the official said that such high-level talks at this point were premature. He said Washington recognized that there could be no meaningful settlement without taking into account the Palestinian interests. As part of an intensive review over the next six to eight the United States hopes to probe the views of the Jordanians and Syrians on all Middle East questions. Among those that will be the official will be the role of the Palestinians in an eventual including the problem of who should speak for the Palestinians. The Palestinians themselves have not agreed on the shape of an eventual Middle East solution. Their published demands have largely called for the destruction of Israel and in some Jordan as well with the creation of a joint Arab-Jewish Palestine. Some Palestinians have suggested that they might accept a separate state on the west bank of the Jordan but this has run into resistance from Jordan and Israel. During the upcoming the official the United States hopes also to resolve the problem of what should follow the two Israeli disengagement accords with Egypt and a Jordanian- Israeli troop separation negotiation or a negotiation between Israel and Egypt toward a final settlement. Arguments can be advanced for either the official with the Jordanians strongly urging that they be included in the next phase of negotiations and the Israelis preferring for domestic political reasons to deal with the Egyptians. Secretary of State Kissinger will meet in Washington in the next few weeks with Israeli's new foreign Yigal Jordanian Zaid and Egyptian Foreign Minister Ismail the official to see if a consensus can be reached on this problem. Patty SAN FRANCISCO A San Francisco television station quotes police sources as saying fugitive heiress Patricia Hearst and two Symbionese Liberation Army companions are believed to have returned recently to the San Francisco Bay area from a trip to Guate- mala. The wanted on a variety of charges including kidnapping and bank apparently made contact with underground political leaders in the Central American Marilyn Baker said in a report broadcast Thursday by KQED-TV. getting tough STARLITE MOTEL Complete Dispersion AUCTION SALE at the Ava. and MM Drive S. SATURDAY JULY 13th AT P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Beds Tables Lamps Drapes etc. For further Information HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE Phone 2nd Ave. S. Nmrby Lie. 010283-41 Erdmcnn Lie. 012119-451 WASHINGTON President Nixon's aides are responding to new Watergate- related disclosures with hard- line attacks on the tactics of those investigating the president. Sources said the perhaps Nixon decided for now to forego any substantive point-by-point public response tc fresh allegations against the president. One official said Nixon's key aides have grown weary of put in a position of constantly charges raised by Watergate investigators trying to prove a neither press secretary Ronald Ziegler or his Gerald would respond Thursday to the substance of the most recent disclosures by the House of Representatives judiciary which released seven volumes of Watergate or the Senate Watergate which issued a staff report suggesting campaign funds were used for Nixon's personal benefit. But both lashed out at how the new disclosures were made. NAVY and AIRFORCE VETERANS IN CANADA Lethbridge Unit No. 34 ENTERTAINMENT Whoop it up during Whoop-up days downtown at the Veterans Club. Special daily menus in the dining room served from 12 noon to 8 p.m. Music by Acme Music every evening in the Lounge from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. WATCH NEXT WEEK'S PAPER FOR DINNER SPECIAL AND OTHER EVENTS. Help the Club help Youth Development by supporting our OF Trucks In the WHOOP-UP Days Parade July 15th commencing at p.m. JULY 15th Dining Room Special CHUCKWAQON DINNER and Bun Music by Acme Music Courtesy of Andy'a Barber Shop and Van's TV Whoop It up at the ANAAF Club For Members and Invited Guests only. ;