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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Youth. Voice Essential Says Chamber Leader Ity RIC SWIIIAKT Ueralil Slaff money, lo educate, lo provide jobs and leadership will have to be relied upon to C a u a d a to remain h e a 1 1 h y economically, tlwre must be a move more toward MKD1C1NK HAT investment oriented econ- i na.ss media, wiUi instant communication and creating a is under attack, and just because much of this but the White Paper has exactly the opposite effect." 1 villas e, lias comes [rain our said the White Paper pro- changes in today's children, mean these are by increasing luxes in jecting them to external of youth, or student middle income group, laxes of information, A. Gordon group whose tolal savings ibald, president elect -of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, said here Tuesday. Speaking to about 150 IMr.k you will agree all tta real problems we know about are grown up problems workers are the year equate to millions and these are the people who have uswl these savings to invest in companies or to start at a noon luncheon at the i t h unprecedented demam of their own berta Chamber of Com in e r c wage increases and threa the government increat-es inmial meeting, he said, "It strike, our customers resist their taxes, then the money our youth who 1 'inlay arc Lolling us that we musl face up to tor constantly increasing costs, and thus steadily have been used for investment will go to government ciallenges of our day, tlie problems of poverty, pollution, profit margins, governments want higher taxes, we become more and more government oriented which can ijuana, war and more regulations and be categorized as a slow "Govern m e n t is nut rate situation." eivsugh !f> (I D the job. The potential for acticn to meet our problems i.s much greater on -side the government than from within in the order of six we must recogrjue these problems, not turn away from them. We must look at 11 Mn problems, school crowding, racial discrimination, lack said today, labor and man-V opportunities and air tt.6 ui., iiiiii LJ pollution, to name a is to say the new Coal questioning principles th it we thought were understood ai f questioning is r 2 said with the kind of .O-- j know today, t Coal production for ihe month of April in Alberta by tons over the settle for just being able lo maintain it tat accept the condition of change in order 1W" April Tlie total value increase on the White v up to April 30, J970, is for tax change. Mr KlgEf Archibald said it suggests that ppUt: Total output lor Uie month should get a April, 1970, in Alberta was slice cf the private 107 tons, valued at income than ever, bcfoie i and in April. I960, a lime when I think it should worths-! ,9] taking Locally in the Canada, we have are in art emergency Pass, tons were to a in wliich, by working in April, 1970. and in 1969. economy and we in good faith, t h e y 578 tons were produced. move away from this provide at least, in part. Brooks 175 tons were solution to inflation. compared to 75 tons last April and in Taber liXi tons were produced in April. 1970, compared to 56 tons were produced "1 believe that if corporation i and business generally j strafe that they are "genuinely A LI..I sincere in exercising with prices, profits, and ing, that leaders of labor i _ 'I ultimately urge restraint in the U.J.1O of waee Move City said in this fast changing world the of UK Federal negotiation has outworn its Pages 9, Agricultural Manpower Committee have Labor must appreciate Ihe efl'ecls of high settle- completed [or on the economy. Trniin b-viii- nf ecu it hwri A beet farms June ART 45 persons are eipecl-wi to take the tour, including representatives of Fine DENTURE organize t i o n s Taber man. Adam Merz. of the fined and cosls or 35 Carfifiotl Dental tour will provide a in jail when he pleaded Metropolitan Bldg. look at beet workers' housing and work in magistrate's court in to a charge of im- driving. Apparently Metz was warned I f 1 1 to drive Ins car, and was to get a hotel room for night. But 10 minutes after HOW NOT TO 8UIID A SWIMMING POOL. So you woni lo build your own swimming poolt Thsn be sure to read first what happened jo artist Bruce Johnson who had the warning police caught him driving and he was given a breathalyzer test which pro- bright idea. His snd story, in words and pictures, readings of .16 and .17. in Weekend Magazine this was also prolubited from IN YOUR IETHBRIDGE HERAID WEEKEND anywhere in Canada for nine months. MEET THE HAPPY ACME TELEVISION FAMILY They extend a warm invitation (o their friends lo phone or drop in and see them. Acme Television has two locations in LenSbridge lo offer you the best possible service and selection. ACME TELEVISION LTD. 535 13th St. N. and College Mall "TELEVISION IS OUR MIDDLE NAME" SAVE HUNDREDS _____......____........._ Thurjdciy, June 4, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 DUNLOP FORD'S... Dunlop Ford has negotiated a spectacular credit breakthrough. What this means exactly is that anyone interested in moving up to a bettter car should talk to Dunlop Ford especially if you want to spread your car payments over 3 or 4 years. ON APPROVED CREDIT EXTRA HIGH TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE 1969 Pontiac Strata Chief 4 DOC 8 Autor k.00 4 DOOR, V-8 Autormit'iE 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 4-DOOR SEDAN Demo Only Miles V-B, Automatic, P.S., P.8. 79 PER MONTH PER MONTH 1969 Fairlane Sedan Aulem m Automatic. P.S., Radio, low Mileage, 1969 CHEVELLE SS 2 DOOR HARDTOP 350 hp., Auto., P.S., P.B., Ratlin Milet, New Tires. 114 PER MONTH 1968 FORD 2 DOOR HARDTOP 6ol 500, 390 V-S, Auto., P.S., P.B., YOU CAN BUY A PER MONTH 1970 MUSTANG 2 DOOR HARDTOP V-8, Aule. DEMO H9n.oo 130 PER MONTH 79 .00 1967 PLY BELVEDERE 2 DOOR HARDTOP Y'B, Auto, and Rodio, New Tires fer PER MONTH PER MONTH 1965 METEOR 4 DOOR WAGON V-8, P.S.. P.B., New Rubber. jcnoo WW PER MONTH LITTLE PIECES 1967 FORD LTD 4 DOOR HARDTOP 390 V-B, Auto., P.S., P.6., P. Power Seats, Air Conditioning 82 PER MONTH 1970 CUSTOM 500 1 DOOR HARDTOP 1970 TORINO full-size Forcf 114 .00 PER MONTH BROUGHAM 2 DOOR HARDTOP P.S., P.B., Radio, Vinyl Roof I WW PEP MONTH 1970 FORD FlOO 6 tyl..' 3 Spd., IWB, Wide 801 PER MONTH 106 197Q FORD XL CONVERTIBLE Fully Equipped Blue and Whiff? for Top Enjoyment. PER MONTH 1970 FORD GAL 500 4 DOOR HARDTOP 390, Auto., Radio. P.S., P.B.. Vinvl Roof, Oemp. 1718 THIRD AVENUE 5. TELEPHONE 328-5526 ;