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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Labor Parly Election Costs To Be Less Than LONDON (AP) Winning votes ill Britain means bargain- basement politics. The total campaign bill for Prime Minister Wilson's Labor party is expected to be less than by the time voters turn out Thursday, June 18. Mari j uaiia Use Not Crime Says Group REGINA CCP) The Sas- katchewan conference of the United Church of Canada has urged the federal government to make use or possession of marijuana no longer a crime. In a resolution passed alter considerable debate, the con- ference said marijuana should be removed from the Narcotics Control Act and placed under the Food and Drug Act. The group also urged a study of the effectiveness of jail and prison terms as a deterrent to marrjuana users. and more money for rehabilitation drag users. of Politicians, including potential prime ministers, arc limited by law on how much they can indi- vidually spend to seek election. The maximum allowed each candidate is plus IVi cents for every voter registered in his town or city constituency, or two cents a voter in a coun- tryside district. Thus Wilson, running for re- election in the Huyton neighbor- hood of Liverpool, can spend no more than on his proposal plus cents for each of the regis- tered voters. Edward Heath, leader of the Opposition Conservative party, can spend on the same basis in his London suburban district of Bexley, where voters arc registered. To campaign across the coun- try for their parties as a whole Standings in the Kid-scat Mouse of Commons at dissolu- tion were: Labor 303. Conservative 263, Liberal 13, Republican Labor 1. Welsh Nationalist 1. Scottish Nationalist 1, Independent Unity 1, Independents 2, vacant 2, Speaker and two Deputy Speak- ers 3. Coal Parley Scheduled OTTAWA The lalest word) on squeezing oil and gas [rein coal, pipelining coal and ship- ping it by supcrships and unit trains will be passed along to scores of business and govern- tli'c leaders can spend whatever j ment delegates at the 22nd Ca- the parly can afford. In 1906, Wilson's party an- nounced it spent in win- ning re-election. The Conserva- tive campaign bill was an- nounced as Even if Labor doubles its campaign budget this time, it will pay out less than HATS OFF-The 749 cadets in the 1970 graduating class at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, N.Y., loss hats in traditional gesture after their graduation. Vice-President Agnew praised the cadets tor their leadership. NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Industrial Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON- Etc. Truck Truck Scales-Magnet Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW IOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap Is Our Business" naclian Conference en Coal I from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1 in Van- j couver. The preliminary program cf the meeting sets in a j o r I.C. Radio Stations Win Awards speeches on these topics by in- dustry specialists from Canada and the U.S. There will be papers out- lining the coal deposits of west- ern and northern Canada which are being rapidly developed in- to a multi-billion-dollar export, methods cf finding coking ccai, new mining safety measures, town development and environ- mental control. A post-conference tour o! the Bank superport VERNQN, B.C. (CP) Two, both radio and television en-" British Columbia radio stations j tries. There were no B.C. tele- i Friday were presented with i vision winners in 1969. B.C. regional awards for out-1 CKOV won its award for on-; standing news performances in: the-sccne coverage of a fire J9G9 at the annual regional i which destroyed the Aquatic! seminar of the Radio Televi- sion News Directors Associa- tion of Canada. CKOV Kelowna won the Charlie Edwards award for ex- cellence and thoroughness in news event during other bulk loading facilities in ,orting a and a newscast while CJJC I Langlcy won tnc Dan McAr- B a Vancouvcr is planned for Oct. j for and _ thoroughness in preparation of The Coal Operators Asspcia-l ial lleffs documentary buildings in Kelowna. j CJJC von for its news spe-: Thanks, I'm on the Wagon. The judges felt the I documentary had universal ap-[ peal and said it was well-paced i by the interjection of timely comments and a sense of sin-1 cere interest. i SHOE REPAIR Fasl dependable service at reasonable prices Also repair and replace all types o: zippers Repairs to all leather goods MIKE'S SHOE REPAIR 1021 3rd Ave. S. (N.ext to Lethbridge locker and Seafoods) _ SaU'iday, June 6, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGC HERALD J.3 Junior Durlors Given Pay Hike LONDON Utaik'fs) Bril- aiu'.s junior hospital ov- erworked, underpaid and on the verge of a strike, were awarded a 30-per-ccnt pay i n c r case today. But senior hospital doctors, by 'the independent prices ami incomes heard. now range from to (about to about a vear. The minimum vale will bo family doctors and dentists in I increased to Britain's nationalized health On (op of this they will bo service will receive only hall able to claim new al- 30 per cent recommended lowanccs recommended the doctors' pay review report. Iho We're interested in you. We're tre Cor.cdicn Armed rcrces or.d i! yc'.1 hard, a trade, end accept sorr-e r sibihtiM we'll give you a fjlure wiln a income, pi'.is job ycli can iieep fa-eve'. for more int'ormaticn ccricct iocd ntiiilory steady THE CANADIAN ED FORCES Bridge Town House Motel 12 Noon to 8 p.m. Wed., June 10, 1970 j lion of Canada and the federa department of energy, mines and resources are co-sponsors. LOCKS CAR Any driver in Denver, Colo., who lets three parking tickets go unpaid risks the chance of finding a massive three-part lock clamped on the front wheel preventing the vehicle from being driven until he settles with the police department. spec broadcast. The awards are named after Charlie Edwards, general man- ager of Broadcast News Limit- ed, the national news agency serving Canadian broadcasting, and the late Dan McArthur, first news editor of the Cana- dian Broadcasting Corporation. T h e competition is open to any Canadian station, private or public, and each year a sep- arate competition is held for "Make Mine These are the words of more truckers than ever before as they turn to Mack Trucks for long-term superior performance. They found that Mack delivers more POWER, PERFORMANCE, PAYLOAD PROFIT, year Here's one reason why... It's the DM 4873 Mack's premium, light-weight quality truck needed for Alberta s operators, and specifically designed for DUMPER OPERATIONS. HIGH-PERFORMANCE FEATURES INCLUDE; ENGINE: powerful MACK SCANIA, 190 h.p. diesel TRANSMISSION: special dumper transmission from low creeper speeds to excellent highway splits. TANDEM BOGIES: Macks famous double-reduction, self-aligning bogie. FRAME: Specially designed frame rails for dumper operations, made from chrome manganese steel ensuring lightest possible weight and maximum strength. CHASSIS AND CAB: combined weight with 10-yard aluminum dump box varying between and Ibs., allowing a legal payload of approximately 13Vs Tons on Alberta high- ways. TERMS: Convenient terms can bo ef.-angcd lo suit your operation "hfough Mack Financial Canada Ltd. Example: Dumper truck including aluminum box nnd hoisl CO per monlh with your !'ade-in, or with a cash payment ol and, no trado-in. For further Information on performer, contact Weilim Hack Truck Equipment Ltd. it or location! ahown POWER TRAIN ENGINE- ENDT'475, en. In.. 190 h.p.; 450 ft-lbs, lorquo ai 1500 rpm; oil filter conltifugai; air cleaner oil bath type. CLUTCH: Ct. 60 single plate; 2U in area ot contact TRANSMISSION: Made TRTX670 thlrleen-jpead, REAR AXLE: Mack SWOL73 dual reduclion 34.000 !b, cap. SUSPENSION: MacV leaf spring fronL, walfcing- bcam and leaf spring tear. CHASSIS WHEELBASE: length of platform cab lo flxlo FRAME: SIM MCllon modulus 24.6 (P.S.I. FRONT AXLE- Mack FA 535 reversed Elliot, drop- torged I-beam, Ibs cap. FRONT BUMPER: Extended with rad guard FUEL TANKS: Ona 50 gal. telt sido ttep lank'. WHEELS: Cast, spoke with. 20x7.5 rims, wheel wrench and handle. TIRES: Fronl: 1000x20-12 ply Hi-Way Tread. Rear; 1000x20-12 ply Ground Grip' Trend. RAO SHUTTERS: Automatic thermostat conirollstf, EXHAUST: Vertical. BRAKES VALVES: Full TuFloSOO gear compressor, (loxlines, Auio Orsir, valve, Hand control valve, ELECTRICAL ALTERNATOR; 12 Voll, 73 A-np. CAB 'TYPE: Mack CA361 Convenliorut off-set, two man. INSTRUMENTATION: Low air pressure indica'tor and buzzer, lachometer, speedomelor, vclt molsr, pressure saugc, fas! MIRRORS: Two West Coast typf HORNS: Oual air and eleclric. WIPERS; Air wiih washers. SEATS: Bostrom Vikinrj Drive's Seal. HEATER OEF.r 37300 ETU ftesh air typo. ACCESSORIES; Hool vent, sun visors, Cigar lighter. COLOR; WacK Red. WESTERN MACK TRUCK EQUIPMENT LTD. EDMONTON: 11915-111th Avenue Phone: 152-0110 CALGARY: 4411 -6th Street S.E. Phone: 243-6081 REGINA: 340 6th Avenue Easl Phone: 569-0614 eai Invites you to view WINSTON CHURCHILL AREA new square fool bunga- low in choice residential area. A 3 bed- roomed custom home wtih large living room, dinlng-kitchen area with divider, half bath off master bedroom. Al! bed- rooms good size, wall to wall through- out. Front drive carport. Only down with good mortgage. M.I.5. JULY 1st POSSESSION Large home with living room, dining room, three bedrooms, fenced and land- scaped. Close to schools and hospitals. Asking but owner will con- sider offers. There is still a good 6% mort- gage at only P.I.T. Exclusive. TO SETTLE AN ESTATE Over square three ed bungalow. Separate dining area. Situ- ated on weli-lreed lot in quiet residential area. Listed ar Exclusive. OWNER LEAVING CITY Will consider all reasonable offers on Ihis i-year-olcl, well planned spacious home. Three large bedrooms, I1' balli- rooms, family room off kitchen, plus utility room on main floor. Attached garage. Exclusive. For appointment to see these homes call one of our courteous sales representatives: Phyllis Mowers Vincent Harty FRL Rei. Phone 327-0492 Res. pnone 337-3359 George Scott F.R.I. Res. Phone 327-2783 THE CANADA TRUST Phone 37-8581 Corner 3rd Ave. and 7th Street S. MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE FARM SALES WALLACE McDONALD Residence 327-0726 ;