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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LfcinOHiDUt ntHALU wuiy News In brief Contract pleases negotiators 'Inspectors' bag B.C. forest settlement near I widow's savings Election count narrowed VANCOUVER The afficial federal election count in Vancouver East completed narrowed the gap between winner Art Lee of the Liberals and runner-up Paddy Neale of the NDP to 76 votes. Returning officer Mrs Mary Gibson said Mr Lee received votes and Mr previous count with and votes. The had Mr Lee Mr. Neale at Mrs Gibson said she did not know if Mr who held the seat in the last plans to request a recount He was not available for comment Patty sought in Guatemala GUATEMALA CITY Guatemalan police are searching for newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst Following reports that she has visited and might still be in this Central American the Guatemala police chief reports Col Genaro Alvardo Robles told a news conference Friday night he understands Miss Hearst may be looking for contacts with Guatemalan ex- tremists He said the police search began earlier Friday Earl Warren buried WASHINGTON Eulogized as a jurist who related principles to per- not to legal abstrac- tions Earl former United States chief ivas buried Friday in Ar- lington National Cemetery Warren's wife of 48 wept quietly at the gravesite accom- panied by mourners that included friends. Supreme Court justices and citizens VICTORIA Labor Minister Bill King announced Friday that negotiators for the International Woodworkers of America and forest Industrial Re- lations have reached a tentative settlement in their which threatened to shut down the entire British Columbia forest industry After more than four hours of Mr King said IWA and FIR have reached an agreement on a contract which they will unanimously recommend to their members Mr King congratulated both saying that if the current strike by more than half of the coast IWA members had been allowed to continue it would have brought chaos to the economy of the province Mr. King said he expected the workers would heed the unanimous voice of their negotiating committee and ratify the contract About of the IWA members voted on an earlier rejecting by the narrow margin of 275 votes About ballots were rejected because the voters hadn't followed the proper procedure Jack IWA regional president and chief said the tentative agreement includes improved cost-of-living some adjustments in tradesmen s rates and provi- sion for a joint committee to study boilerhouse rates He said the second vote will be held as soon as and urged all workers who re- mained on the job to continue and the on strike to re- turn to work There is another problem in the trouble-plagued forest in- dustry The dispute over tra- desmen's rates by the United Paperworkers Intei national Union and the Paper and Woodworkers of Canada It has resulted in a walkout of of their members and closure of all but two of the province's 21 pulp and paper mills. Asked whether the tentative settlement reached between FIR and IWA would also settle that Don FIR president and president of the Pulp and Paper In- dustrial Relations said it did not relate directly But he was that the adjustments in tradesmen's rates provided for in the agreement would help solve the pulp workers' dispute. Mr King said no further talks are planned with the pulp workers but he expected in this province to comply with their contract and to comply with the The pulp negotiating mid-contract wage say the in- dustry has destroyed the traditional difference be- tween the pay rates for pulp tradesmen and IWA tradesmen Pulp tradesmen have been paid 40 to 60 cents an hour more than their counterparts in the woodworkers' union Washington convicts free 14 as 4act of good faith' Verbal war heats up WASHINGTON Two armed convicts renewed their efforts today to barter seven hostages in the United States District Courthouse for but justice depart- ment officials said the con- victs released 14 prisoners m detention cells as an act of good faith NEW DELHI The war of words between In- DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 327-O821 12c STREET NORTH dia and renewed after the Indian nuclear blast in has heated up to its most serious point since the war of 1971 In the last two the two countries have accused each other of troop movements along their border An Indian government spokesman in a statemrnt Fri- day night also alleged that Pakistani planes have violated Indian air space and that there has been firing incidents at unnamed locations Nixon postpones mortgage payment BRIDGE RUG DRAPES LTD. FREE ESTIMATES Phone 329-4722 COLLEGE MALL WASHINGTON President Nixon has arranged a six-month postponement of his final mortgage payment on his San Clemente es White House officials said Friday a payment of was due along with in interest Under the new Nixon will pay the interest and only a small amount on the principal Mon- day The officials said a similar extension also was being ob- tained by an investment com- pany formed by two of the president's friends to help him buy the property The officials said under the terms of the new worked out by his California lawyer and of- ticials of Title Insurance and the new payment on the mortgage would be due in mid-January They said Nixon's mortgage interest rate of 7 5 per cent would remain unchanged Mortgage rates have risen to nine per cent cr more in the United States since he bought the property in 1969 FLETCHER'S SHOP COALDALE ALBERTA SUMMER SALE SPORT COATS Reg. to .99 Reg. to 59.95 .99 65 SUMMER SUITS Reg. to BLAZERS Rag. 65.00 dig. to .99 98 Rq. 10 .99 65 Straw Hats Walking Shorts Man's Tios Swim Wear Sweaters V2 PRICE DRESS SLACKS Rig. II124 .99 20 JACKETS Suede. Up to Vl CordJacket...............1S.99 Golf Jackets...............12.99 Nylon Jacketa 9.99 Casual Jacketa ............20.99 More Fantastic Savings On a Group Men's Short Sleeve Knit Shirts Men's Short Sleeve Sport Shirts Long Sleeve Dress Shirts I fa m Short Sleeve Dress Shirts wr ALL SALES PINAL ALTERATIONS EXTRA Reg. to .99 Assortment of BELTS Reg. to 6.50 3.49 ow Ties 2.49 One woman prisoner re- mained in the offi- cials said There was no immediate explanation The in were loaded into two U S marshal's two sedans and a station wagon and driven away from the courthouse at 8 35 a m behind a group of police motorscooters with their sirens blaring Chief US District Judge George who is responsi- ble for the looked on along with Deputy U S Attorney-General Laurence who helped negotiate the release Justice department officials said the prisoners who had not joined the rebellion were taken to the D.C. D C General and two other jails There was no -in- that any the prisoners had been harmed The promise of their release had come before dawn today in negotiations after the two rejected the government's offer to transfer the pair to a penitentiary in Oklahoma Portugal awaits premier's name LISBON President Antonio de Spinola said today an impasse has delayed the naming of a new premier and the forming of a new Portu- guese government He said the new premier may be announced Sunday. Spinola did not say what was delaying the formation of a new government that is ex- pected to be heavily dominated by the military But he said are still at the same the situation is the Hunger strike MONTREAL A hun- ger strike by prisoners at the provincial ponce detention centre which began earlier this week appeared to be los- ing some of its impetus Friday as 78 of the 125 men taking part were reported a centre spokesman said The part of 200 men being held while awaiting are protesting what they term government inaction on conditions at the five-year-old centre Beth Johnson Says The major protein In milk is casein smaller amounts of lac- talbumln and lactalglobulln are also present The casein In milk of most mammals Is if not the same The lactalbumln and lactalglobulln are peculiar to each animal and differ In the type of immunity each pro- vides Heating milk causes some loss of the amount depending on heat intensity The white flecks sticking to the pot during heating Is the higher the heat the more casein is lost to the pot Scum that forms on heating milk without stirring is lacfal- bumln and lactalglobulln During and after scalding scum does not form If stirred frequently until nearly cool Milk usually does not curdle when cabbage spinach or cauliflower are cooked in It but it sometimes precipitates when string peas or carrots are cooked In It This seems to be due to higher acidity In some vegetables than and also due to the content of tannins It helps to use lowest heat possible If you have trouble making cream ol tomato try mash- ng tomatoes finely or putting hem In a blender Heat the omatoes. cooking them If neces- sary before adding slowly to cold milk Reheat for a minimum of stirring as little as possible Salt just before serving The practise of adding soda to the omatoes before adding destroys valuable nutr'ents In the omatoes so try It this and Qood Luckl CourtMy Milk Foundation same as last night unless something happened during the night of which I have no knowledge The impasse was believed to have developed over negotia- tions by centre-left political parties expected to be represented in the new coali- tion government who led the officers that overthrew the old rightist regime April had promised to announce the new govern- ment by today Political sources said the hitches developed over a de- mand by the Communist party to receive a ministry in place of the labor which they are to lose to the military The Communists are reported to want the educa- tion ministry as a replacement Spinola was expected to name a 42-year-old army staff Lt -Col Mario Fir- mino as the new premier Four other military officers were expected to be named to the 15-man which will also include representatives of the country's centre-to-left political parties Earthquake rumbles THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Earthquakes rumbled 600 miles across Panama and Co- lombia Friday but initial reports said there were no casualties or damage There were strong tremors in the capital cities of Panama City and Bogota. The quakes were felt from the eastern half of Panama as far as central Colombia between 8 15 and p m EOT The Geophysical In- stitute of the Andes in Bogota said the epicentre was located near the border between the two countries Three sharp jolts rocked Mexico City at 8-30 a.m. Friday The epicentre was located right in the Mexican but there were no reports of casualties or damage The tremors registered from three to five on the Richter Try Mm YM Boy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICO SMITH-JONES AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 3rd AM. 8. PKaM 99I-MJ7 EDMONTON A second elderly widow has been conned out of her bank savings by peo- ple posing as bank inspectors and security police said Friday Both cases were similar and occurred within about a week of each other In the the 65-year-old victim reported that a man claiming to be the manager of her downtown bank telephoned her to say someone appeared to be tamper- ing with her bank account. The woman was asked to withdraw so a hidden camera could take a photograph of the suspected bank employee She was asked to put the money in an envelope give it to a security guard named Johnson on the thin floor of a downtown department store The guard took the money and told her to go ngi home and tell no one so as not to incriminate the bank After arriving home she got another call from the v called bank official saying she had done a wonderfu job He asked her to withdraw another from downtown trust company and from another She did as instructed but only got from the first one About a week a 73-year-old widow was conned out of in the same manner an organized said Inspector A W Lefeuvre. head of the police special investigation squad 'They re expert criminals Vietnam prepares for Sunday vote SAIGON More than a thousand candidates will contest seats on provincial and municipal councils Sun- day following a two-week election campaign that stress- ed economic and corruption issues and largely ignored the war Some opposition candidates complained of government ha- rassment during the cam- but the government denied the charges The Viet Cong said the elections violate the spirit of the Pans peace agreement The councils have only hm ited since province chiefs and mayors hold the bulk of the authority in most areas One disgruntled Hoang called the elec- tions a cosmetic for a appearance democratic At stake are 478 seats in 44 provinces and 11 municipal and knowledgable observers say President Nguyen Van Thieu s Democracy party has put up a large majority of the can- didates Government statis- tics show that about 80 per cent of the candidates are in cumbent officials school teachers and military men About 30 candidates are women A sampling of campaign statements indicated that South Vietnam's continuing corruption and un- employment were key elec- tion issues FOR YOUR FAIR WEEK ENTERTAINMENT at the GARDEN HOTEL at the MINERS' FAIR WEEK 9 P.M. 2 A.M. 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