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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturdoy. 23, 1973 THE LETHBRIDOI HERALD 31 Federal-West premiers meeting: Mood of co-operation replaced by bitterness EDMONTON (CP) Bitter- ness and disagreement appear to have replaced a mood of co-operation as the federal and Western provincial govern- ments prepare for what they call an historic conference. The federal government pro- posed the conference on West- ern economic opportunities in the throne speech that follow- ed the election in which the westerners elected Liber- als to only seven of 63 seats. It was time, said Prime Min- ister Trudeau, for the Liberals to try to understand the alien- ation of Western 'Canada and do something about it. In the following months, his govern- ment responded favorably to western proposals about the conference, scheduled for Cal- gary July 24-26. Now, the mocd seems to be different, more like the adver- sary position that used to be traditional at federal provin- cial conferences. SCOLDING Justice Minister Otto Lang recently scolded the Western provinces for what he suggest- ec jT> k- Milei Markham _. _ Parkway Belt: West Better days ahead for booksellers BANFF (CP) Better days are ahead for Canadian book- sellers and publishers, Horst Schmid, minister of culture, youth and recreation, told the Canadian Booksellers Associa- tion here. He said the government is boih "positive and sympathet- ic" towards the problems of publishers and booksellers and is interested in fostering the growth of Alberta's authors as well. His department recently sponsored a new novelist com- petition which drew nearly 100 entries of completed novels. The three top winners were of- fered contracts by the MacMil- lan Publishing Company and 10 al meeting, not a negotiating conference. The Western premiers sent a second longer telegram to Mr. Trudeau about this. "T h e conference must achieve some concrete solutions to these it said. Greenbelt project The Ontario government has announced plans to create a parkway belt from Hamilton to Markham around Toronto and development controls to project the Nia- gara Escarpment. The parkway stystem will attempt to create ribbons of green belt to separate and define communities, provide cities with service corridors and establish recreaiiona! areas and land reserves for future development. Uses of the parkway belts will be varied. They may contain hiking trails, serve as nature ves, or be extensively used for power lines, rail links or highways. The Niagara Escarp- ment, running 450 miles from the Bruce Peninsula to Queenston Heights on the Niagara River, will be protected primarily through'a planning framework with some govern- ment land acquistion. A 17-member escarpment commission will be appointed to pre- pare a master plan for the area.________________________________- Sunday School closed now NOBLEFORD (HNS) The Nobleford United Church Sun- day School has closed for the summer months. Classes will start again in September. The United Church Women meeting has been postpored for a week. to 15 other entries will prob- ably find publication, he said. "Where there is such interest in writing, inevitably there must come a better day for the publisher and the booksell- er as well." He added the government is examining Canadian content in schoolbooks and is building up the book trade by promoting Canadian authors. r SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. r PHONE I 328-2702-327-3610 A NON- DRINKERS deserve to pay less for fire insurance They do at Abstainers'. Because our experience has shown that abstainers hava fewer accidents, fewer home fires. That's why we can In- sure for less. If you're a non-drinker, can you afford not to look into Abstainers' insurance for your home HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD, 1201 3rd.Ave. S. Phone 328-7777 ABSTAINERS' INSURANCE COMPANY The wiry CnnttSen Company providing to Its new: pay-later army MBRBANE, Swaziland (AP) King Sobhuza's subjects still barter brides and cattle, but the elderly monarch recently discovered the idea of instal- ment buying. Sobhuza, 73, seems to have used it secretly to raise and equip an army in this small country which is surrounded by South Africa and the Portu- guese territory of Mozambique. While his politicians were proceeding according to the rules of a British style consti- tution, Sobhuza persuaded his pay-later army to stage a pal- ace coup in April and assumed absolute power. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAI CO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5447 It was only after the coup and the arrest of five opposi- tion members of Parliament that the nation learned where the military men came from. The government announced the budget for the coining year and it showed a defence pro- vision equivalent to mil- lion. Informants here say Sob- buza's credit supplier was South Africa, the arms and equip- ment were British and a team of Israeli instructors showed the recruits estimated to number anywhere between 300 and how to them. THWARTED BY COURT Accounts maMng the rounds here say that Sobhuza, who took the throne more than 50 years ago, became irked by the ac- tions of a small opposition party led by Thomas Ngwenya. Sobhuza tried to have Ng- wenya declared foreign born and therefore liable to deporta- tion. But the High Court would not go along. The king then scrapped the constitution and put Ngwenya and his collea- gues in jail. So now the king's ruling Im- X-. J- DOKOQVO, or vjiiimuig I party has followed the majority of black African states into one party government. The coup was bloodless, but the goings on have disturbed the tiny mountain kingdom. "We don't talk about it even among said a hotel receptionist when asked about the coup. The long staged his coup amid grumblings from the tra- ditonal Council of Chiefs, some of whom felt Parliament had been getting too strong. And the government's policy of re- placing white expatriates with blacks was beginning to make the civil service creak, some observers said. MINERS HOLIDAY NATAL (HNS) During the period July 23 to Aug. 10 the Michel Colliery underground mines will be closed for the annual vacation. For people who are not eligible for the full three weeks vacation, an at- tempt will be made to find work on the various projects that will be carried out at that time. We let our prices and service do our talking UNITED MOBILE HOME and DEVELOPMENT COMPANY Corner of 3rd Ave. and Scenic Drive across from A and W Phone 327-1780 Open always INSTRUCTORS WANTED LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE invites applications tor the following SESSIONAL INSTRUCTORS tor the coming fall, winter and spring semesters Course SCHOOL OP AORICULTUB1 Botany S Soils Field Crops 5 Soils and Waic> S Forage Crops 5 Economics 5 Farm Accountmp Weeds s> Farm Management 5 Agricultural Marketing 5 Farm Finance Drafting Shop Practices 16 Welding 16 Welding 16 Basic Power units 16 Farm Machinery if Power Unit Service 16 Machinery Study Repair 16 Power Transmission 16 Basic Diesel Study 16 Basic Electrical Theory IB Basic Hydraulics 16 Machinery Set-Up 15 Communications Management 3 Communications Finance 3 Communications-Public Speaking 3 SCHOOL OF introductory economics 5 introductory Civic Administration 5> introductory Health Services Administration Taxation 3 SCHOOL Of LISIRAL EDUCATION Dates 01 Semestei Fall fall Wimei Winter winter Fall Fall wintet Winter Winter Ocl 1 5 Oct 15 peb 18 Oct 15 Oct 15 Dec 1C, Dec 10, Dec 10. Fee 1 8 Feb 1 8 Dec 10. Feb 18 Oct 1 5 >c 10. 1 8 Dec. 7. 1 973 Dec 7. 1973 Apr 12.1974 Dec 7. 1973 Dec 7. 1973 1973 Feb 15. 1974 1973- Feb 15. 1974 1973 Feb 15. 1974 Apr 1 2. 1 974 Apr 1 2. 1 974 1973 -Feb 15. 1974 Apr 12.1974 Dec 7. 1 973 1973 Feb 15. 1974 Apr 1 2. 1 974 The Whole Newspaper interpretive Specialized Writing Public Relations Audio Control Problems tn Broadcasting Radio-TV Writing Radio-TV Workshop Karate Karate Resource Administration Report Writing Public Speaking General Math-Science Fall or Winter Fall Winter Wintet Fall Winter Winter Fall Fall Winter Winter Fall Winter Winter Fall and winter Fall and Winter Winter SCHOOL OF TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL _. _ki_l An4 OQ Electrical Lab (Apprenticeship) Electrical Lab (Apprenticeship) Theory Shop (Motor Mechanic) Shop (Automotives) Welding (Agriculture) Welding (Apprenticeship) Drafting (Drafting) Drafting (Drafting) Drafting (Electronics) Drafting (Electrical) Drafting (Law Enforcement) Machine Shop (Drafting) Machine Shop (Agriculture) Electronics (Electronics) Survey (Drafting) 10 Od 29-Oet 21.1973 1? Jan 7-Feb 28.1974 25 Jan Feb 28 1974 15 Fall 6 Oct 1. 1973 Apr 26. 1974 1? Oct 1. 1973 May 10. 1? Apr 29-May24.1974 10 Fait and Spring 4 Fall Fall 3 Fall 1? Apr 29-May24.1974 Fall 21 Apt 29-May24.1974 6 Apr APPLICATION OIADLIN1 July interested should sppty tor tne standard Application tor Employment form to Director ot Personnel Lethbndge Community College Letrtbridge. Alberta Telephone 3J7-2141 Ext ?16 ;