Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
28 THE IETHBRIOGE HERALD Jilurday, July 17, 1W1 Trudeau influence fails in man9s search for job HORSE BURIAL A bulldozer is shown here burying dead horses at the Port Isa- bel City Dump in Texas in the wake of an outbreak of Venezuelan Equine Encepha- lomyelitis Church sells printing division TORONTO (CP) The United Church of Canada is sell- ing the printing division of Ryerson Press to a Toronto- based firm, company and church officials said here. A controversy arose last year when the church sold all of Eyerson except for the printing division to McGraw-Hill Co. of Canada Ltd., a subsidiary of Leaves hospital LONDON (AP) A smiling Princes Anne left today the hospital where she underwent an operation for removal of an ovarian cyst 10 days ago. ASPHALT PAVING TOLIESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 A McGraw-Hill Corp. of New York. Officials said the printing di- Scliool boards given grants EDMONTON (CP) Grants totalling have been awarded by the provincial gov- ernment for seven local school board experimental projects. Edmonton public school board received for a four-year project on cduational planning using a systems ap- proach. Calgary public school board will receive for devel- opment of a computer system for information on certifica- iton, education, experience and instruct i o n a 1 preferences of more than teaches so they can be placed more ef- fectively in the school system. The Edmonton separate and Sed Deer school boards also will receive grants for small- er amounts, for projects in their areas. The grants come from the In- novative Projects Fund, set up last year to help school boards improve their teaching pro- grams. vision, Ryerson Comprint, is being sold to MacKinnon and Moncour Ltd. for about Allan Scott, general manager of MacKinnon and Moncour, said the printing company will retain its present name and will operate as a wholly-owned sub- sidiary. Lloyd Johnston, general man ager of Ryerson Comprint, de nied a statement by Stephen Lewis, Ontario New Democratic Party leader, that a "significant number" of the firm's 90 em- ployees will lose their jobs. 41 taking part NOBLEFORD (HNS) The North County Summer Pro- gram project has moved from the church to the Noble Cen- tral School. There are 41 chil- dren taking part. Miss Isobell Hann and Miss Debbie Piereon are in charge. Wednesday night the children had a Hobo party and scavenger hunt then pa- raded with decorated tricycles and bicycles from the school up through main street, then back to the park to sing. Many par- ents turned out to enjoy the event. TORONTO (CP) Dennis Everitt, an unemployed electrical worker, pushed through the crowd surround- ing Prime Minister Trudeau during his visit here three weeks ago and shouted: "How about a Mi1. Trudeau said he would see what he could do, and took Mr. Evcr'itt's name and address, written on the back of a cigarette package. "A week later I got this let- ter from my local Manpower office asking me if I'd please Mr. Everitt, 22, said in an interview Wednesday. "I called and they invited me down right away. They kept asking me if it was con- venient for me to come down and whether1 I needed a ride or not. "I mean they really rolled out the red carpet. I couldn't believe it. "I got there and they usher me right into the manager's office. We went straight past those little cubicles where they usually interview people in Manpower offices." INTERVIEWED TWICE Mr. Everitt. who worked two years for Northern Elect- ric Co. at its Brampton, Ont, plant before being laid off, re- ceived two job interviews as a result of his visit to the Man- power office. But at that point the prime minister's influence waned. "I didn't get eitlier of Mr. EveritL said. "One job they fealty didn't need an electrical worker and the other I just never heard from again." He said Manpower still is keeping in people seem to be losing interest a little." He now has a temporary job as a waiter in a city tavern. A third resolution would re- duce 17- to 24-day excursions to 14 days. RATES WON'T RISE Mr. Reynolds said it is safe to assume there will be no rate in- creases in any new package ac- cepted by the delegates. Major carriers have been s_ verely hit by the rapidly-grow- A Royal Trust mortgage helped you buy that dream home of your own. Now help them buy theirs by investing in the Royal Trust Mortgage Fund, ing charter business which has cut into their profits. Although a few airlines were insisting on drastically reduced normal fares, lie said, they have agreed to work on a status quo basis for now to keep the con- ference from getting bogged down to a Other discussions centre on possible first-class excursion fares, not currently available, and methods of chartering part of a scheduled flight. Also to be examined are off- season promotional flights to European ski resorts. There was sufficient opposi- tion to special fares for the eld- erly that thej' didn't rate inclu- sion in the proposed fare pack- age, he said. Fare agreements reached at the conference would not nor- mally be effective until next April, but Director-General Knut Hammarskjold told the conference opening that some aspects could be made effective sooner. 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Royal Trust Trust Royal Trust.We'd like to do more foryou. 704 4th Avenue South, lolhbridge, Alborta 328-1761 OTHER ALBERTA BRANCHES: Calgary cmd Edmonton Phone rates probe set OTTAWA Cana- dian transport commission has launched an investigation into the impact on subscribers of a new long-distance telephone rate schedule introduced June 6 by Bell Canada. The commission said today the investigation was ordered after complaints were received about increased charges in the former night economy period. The schedule, approved by the commission April 28, was de- signed to end congestion in the p.m. economy period while reducing total long-dis- tance bills by million an- nually. The night economy rate, known as the family calling plan, was eliminated. A number of adjustments, including a low-cost rate for calls of one minute, replacing the old tdree- minute minimum were intro- duced. The changes applied to calls in Bell Canada territory in On- tario, Quebec, Labrador and the Northwest Territories. Bell Canada was informed of the investigation by letter today. The company has been asked to give the commission a full report on the operation of the new rate schedule including the effect on company revenues and subscribers. GM breaks into market TOKYO (Reuter) General Motors Friday signed an agree- ment on a capital and business tieup with a Japanese motor company to break into the local car market. James M. Roche, chairman of General Motors, and Torao Ara- mski, president of Isuzu Motors Ltd., signed the papers. The Japanese government in June approved a similar con- tract between Chrysler and Mit- subishi Motor Corp. Ford Motor Co. is working on a tieup with Toyo Kogyo Co., a rotary-engined car-maker. Under the agreement signed Friday, GM will own 34.2 per cnet (about 260 million) of the shares of the Japanese firm, Isuzu Motors said. GM would be allowed to increase its owner- ship share five years after the tieup takes effect, the firm said. Roche pledged not to attempt to take over the Japanese firm, a condition required by the Jap- anese government. Take your pick Grand prize in Edmonton Ro- tary Clubs' Klondike Days raf- fle at the Fxhnonton Exposition again will be a Cessna 150 airplane and free flying les- sons with the Edmonton Flying Club. But the lucky winner docsrft need to take to the air; he can keep dis feet on the ground and go home with cash, the alternate grand prize. As well as the plane or cash in lieu of, the Rotarians will be giving away 9 25-inch color TV sets valued at each, one per night during the Ex- position. And as an added bon- us, a Otto "Prospector" model tent trailer, fully equip; ped, will be Riven away Fri- day, July 30. The "Prospector" has an indoor-out-door kitchen, a two-burner propane stove, ice box, steel sink, canopy, three full beds and mattresses, spare tire and hardtop cover. Winning tickets In the nightly draws will be returned to Ihc drums for the final airplane draw. Tickets will be sold al Rotary booths on the Exposi- tion Grounds nl each or sev- en for Ji. EATON'S Whoop-Up Days get off to a big start with on exciting parade on Mondoy. While you ore downtown to enjoy the parade why not drop into Eolon's after the parade and shop in cool, air-conditioned comfort and shore in exciting savings on these "After The Parade Special! "After-the-Parade" SPECIALS Imported Licorice All Sorts. 3-lb. bag. SPECIAL 14-oz. package. SPECIAL, each Assorted English Toffee Individually wrapped. Mb, bag. SPECIAL, each anuls a premium bleached peanut. Made by Johnson's. 2-Ib. bag. 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