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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Heath moves to cool tempers -----Salurdoy, Morcli 11, 1972-WE ICTHBRtDet HISAID 19 LONDON (CP) Prime Min- ister Edward Heath, facing a potentially-explosive bailie be- Iwecn powerful trade unions mid his Conservative govern- ment, is moving quickly to cool tempers mil avoid a punishing series of showdown slrikes. Opinions are mixed, however, on whether Heath's efforts will have much effect on Ihe more militant unions, encouraged to seek large pay settlements by a generous wage increase awarded striking coal miners last month. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Form Industrial Anything Made of Ironl COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Loads Truck Scales Magnet Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NIW LOCATION 206 33rd Strsst North Phone 32B-1721 "Scrap is Our Buslneii" Heath called labor leaders to a two-hour meeting at his offi- cial Downing Street residence Thursday in a determined effort to convince them of the need to hold down wages and prevent further increases in prices. Vic Feather, general secre- tary of the Trades Union Con- gress, said there will be another scries of talks after the govern- ment introduces what is ex- pected to be a rcflationary budget March 21. The government has adopted a policy of holding wage in- creases in the public sector to about seven or eight per cent because of the belief that larger INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th Avo. S. Phono 327-1S41 Increases in the past have been the main cause of inflation. Hut since the miners returned to work, employees of British Flail have threatened strike ac- tion unless they receive a 10- per-cent pay boost. Teachers, nurses ami a host of other un- ions are expected to make simi- lar large demands. The, government earlier this week announced price cuts in such staples as sugar, milk and some other dairy products, made possible through subsidies and the release of extra sup- plies. A series of tax cuts also is expected when the budget is re- vealed. Taken together, the govern- me.t hopes these moves will convince labor and industry that the economy is on the way to a rapid expansion if only and prices can be held down. Heath now will meet leaders of the Confederation of British Industry, an organization which includes about 200 of Britain's largest firms. Most of these pledged last year to try to hold price increases to five per cent unt'l July. Heath hopes to per- suade them to extend this dead- line. EDWARD HEATH labor trouble Student faces death OTTAWA (CP) A Roman Catholic bishop testified Friday that independence advocates in Puerto Rico are treated in the fame manner as blacks, Indians and Chicanos in the United and ex- ploited. Bishop Antulio Parrilla Bon- ilia said the police on the U.S. territory are a "state within a state" which the government cannot control. He said conditions are such that if student Humberto Pagan Hernandez is deported to Puerto Rico, he will be killed "some- how" before he comes to trial on a charge of murder. Bishop Parrilia Bonilla, an avowed advocate of independ- ence from the United States, was testifying at the appeal of 'agan against a deportation srdcr issued in December. He was the last of a series o.1 witnesses, all of them oriented oward Puerto Rican independ- ence, called before the immi- gration appeal board. All have said Pagan probably would be assassinated before he came to trial for killing a po- liceman during student riols ast March. They said if he did survive he has no hope of a fair trial. The immigration department ater today was to start on its attempt to show that Pagan get a fair trial in Puerto Rico and that the crime for LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE NOW OFFERING iPRING PROGRAM -1972 SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION ARCHERY BARBECUING FOR MEN DEFENSIVE DRIVING FLY FISHING GOLF INSTRUCTION HAIRSTYLING COURSE FOR WOMEN ARCHERY This course will include: SefecHon ar.d Care of fquipment. Techniques and" participation, Contest Rulei and Safely. A major poMion of the time will .be devoted lo the development and im- provement of shotting skill. {Equip- ment and supplies provided wirh the course.) 10 beginning March 20, 1972. p.m. BARBECUfNG-For Men Enjoy ihe fun of summer cnokouls by taking Ihii exciting course. It coven marinates, marina (ing, barbecuing, frying, spices end herbs. Salads to ac- accompcny these meat dishes will olio prepared. The cuts of meat, and their proper preparation will be in- cluded. Pork, chicken and beef bar- becuing will be parf of each week's prepare lion and dining. 5 Mondays beginning April 10, 1972. p.m. '5 Wednesday beginning April 52, 1972, p.m. FEE: DEFENSIVE DRIVING How are your driving habits Defen- sive driving jj ihe skill thai shohld end must be practised by every licensed motorist if we aro to reduce the number of traffic acci- dents thar occur each year. For a period of eight hours (four, two-hour sessions] groups of licensed, exper- ienced, privalo motorists who wanf to improve their driving ikiUs ara ex- posed to the lechniqucs of defensive driving. Subjects to be covered include; Preventability of Molor Vehicle Ac- cidents Principles of Defensive Driving Situolioni of the Two-Car Crosh Standard Accident Prevention Formula Prevention of Run-Off-Road Accidents Driving me Expressways Backing, fixed Object and Grado Crossing Accidents Alcohof, Drugs and Driving Pedestrian and Bicycle Safely Successful participant will receive a wallet ceHificale which will give merit poinrs under he Alberta Driver Pro- Jgram, and may qualify for reduced premiums in aulo insurance. 4 Thursdays beginning April 6, 1972. p.m. FEE: UMITED TO 25 APPLICATIONS FLY FISHING A shorl course on ihe inlricacles for the novice. The ?f: I fiction of equipment, demonstrations, and practice in trio mechanics of fly casting, false casting, role easting, parallel casting and others, together wilh a brief study of artificial Hies and" when to use them. Sludenls should bring present equip- ment, if ony, !o iirst class. 6 Tuesdays beginning April 18, 1972. p.m. FEE: HOME GARDENING AND IANDSCAPING Want lo know how to beautify your garden and core for it properly? Here is the c ours a for you. This course is the guide to a more beauliful garden and yard by considering some of the problems associated wilh gardening. Care, atld treat men I of trees, shrubi, flowers, grass, covering every- ithlng from pruning to tht> type of fertilizer to use for each variety of garden pfon. such os trans- planting, spraying ond type I of trees, shrubs and flowers best for this area arc dealt with in deplh, 5 beginning March 11, 1972 p.mT FEE HOME GARDENING and LANDSCAPING LAPIDARY IINGERIE SEWING NATURAl HISTORY OF SOUTH ALTA. ON-SHORE SAILING COURSE SEWING WITH KNIT FABRICS GOLF INSTRUCTION I'.eam the sport for all ages. Under the dtreclion of competent instructors slu- dens will be Mughl the basic funda- mentals of the game. Time will be given in each lesson for practice. Special instruction a I tho golf course wilt be added benefit of this program. Intermediate classes are designed for those sludenrs who ara beyond the iloge, but who wish to [improve their knowledge ond Iron out flawt In ihelr game under guidance of a competent instructor. Time will be given for actual praclice. LIMITED TO 12 STUDENTS PER SECTION 10 Tueidays beginning Match 21, 1972. Sec. A Sec. B 10 Wednesdays beginning April 12, 1972 Sac. C Sec. D Sec. E 10 Thursdays beginning April 13, 1972. Sec. F Sec. G Sec. H FEE: for each lection. IAPIDARY learn the skill of culling, polishing and engraving stones. Create beautiful or simply cultivate an inter- esl in col leering ond properly pre- serving stones. Recognition of stones, fossils, minerals and others peculiar lo this area ere discussed. 5 Tuesdays beginning April 11, 1972. FEE: (not including supplies) NATURAl HISTORY OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA iA study of the flora of the Rocky Moun- tains and Plains area of Southern Alberta. This course ii Intended for persons who share a lave of the outdoors wirh a curiosily about nalive plants. Ob- jectives of the course are: to identify plant groups to study the plant characteristics of ihe above to learn how to collect, preserve and team how to collect, preserve and mount various plants for study lo learn how lo arrange plan Is in a systematic fashion for study "to gain a belter appreciation of native pi an is in Alber'a Course will include a field" trip fn Southern A'berfa lo study these plants. 5 Saturdays beginning April 29, 1972 noon. FEE: ON-SHORE SAILING COURSE Instruction suitable for all ages who would find sailing an interesting skill to develop, The course will include films, examples of different types of smaller boalj, and basic instruction on: nautical terminology steps to rigging and launching a boat care of a boat, sails and rigging basic monuvers (taclc, coming about, docVing, elc.) tips irv buying, repairs ond mainten- ance. 5 Wednesdays beginning March 29, 1972 p.m. FEE: SEWING KNITS FOR MEN and BOYS TYPING THEORY and PRACTICE..... ADVANCED WELDING ADVANCED GAS ADVANCED ELECTRIC ARC TYPING THEORY AND PRACTICE (non-credit) This course will offer eoch student the opportunity to learn the basic tech- niques as well as the practice time necessary far accurale typing as well I3S the practice time necessary to reach a reasonable degree of proficiency. Some attention will be given to setting up buiiness letters, reports ond olher office forms. 5 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning March 28, 1972 p.m. FEE: HA1RSTYIING COURSE FOR WOMEN learn how to attractively and manage your own hair. This course ia designed to train ihn student to proper grooming of the hair well 05 how to set and tomb out hair to create desired hair style. Enjoy new hair styles, by enrolling in this course ond receiving hairityllng training under qualified instructors, Helpful tips on the care and handling of wigs will also ba discussed. Section A 5 Tuesdays beginning April 11, 1972. Section B 5 Thursdays beginning April 13, 1972. p.m. FEE: per iftctlon. SEWING WITH KNIT FABRICS This doss will include a study of kntt fabrics and how to sew with them. Topics to be included in the classi drafting your own patterns for uso wilh knits that will fit the individual figure demonstrations of stretch sewing and actual practice sewing garments by class members articles to be demonstrated will Tn- clude: skirts, slacks, shorts, T-shlrls, pant tops and dresses, bathing suits. MO Mondays beginning March 20, 1972. p.m. FEE: LIMITED TO 14 REGISTRATIONS LINGERIE SEWING learn the art of sewing new fabrics. The course will Include: a study of lingerie fabrics and how to treat and sew with them demonstrations of lingerie sewing and practice sewing of garments by students articles to be demonstrated will In- clude panties, slips, girdles, night- gowns, peignoirs, robes and acces- sories. 6 Thursdays beginning April 13, 1972 p.m. FEE: UMITEQ TO 16 REGISTRATIONS SEWING-KNITS FOR MEN AND BOYS This course includes Instruction on how lo sew knit fabrics. Men'i and boys' pants, sweaters, underwear, T-shirt variations ond dress ihirls. 4 Thursdays beginning May 25lh, '72. p.m. FEE: UMITED TO To REGISTRATIONS ADVANCED WELDING This advancer? courso In w eld ing ll intended for those who have com- pleted the basic courso or its equiva- lent. The course will cfeaf with the welding of various joints, plpef, 'al- loys, standards and welding design. ADVANCED GAS 7 Saturdays beginning March 18, 1972 p.m......... FEE: ADVANCED ELECTRIC ARC 7 Saturdays beginning March 18 1972 p.m. FEE: NOTE: Students who would 1o learn basic or elementary weld- ing may enroll fn ihese classes as well. Ax'cjuittal ruling reversed n Kosygin visit case Instructors required for most of these continuing education courses. Contact Director of Personnel Phone 327-2141-Extension 215. For brochures and application form! Contact Ihe School of Continuing Education Phone 327-2141-Extension 277 EDMONTON (CP) A man rhose acquittal on a charge of bslru cling a police ffence occurred during the visit f Soviet premier Alexei Kosy- in was reversed by Alberta 'ourt of Appeal, was fined n the charge. Judge Gordon Rennie, who or- ginally acquitted Edgar John Knowlton, said the alter- ative to the fine was 11 days jail. Knowlton was charged after eing told he couldn't walk town a hill by a police officer vho was one of 25 on security duty around the hotel Kosygin vas staying at. Knowlton demanded to see a vritten law which prohibited lim, and then pushed his way between two constables. Judge Rennie originally ruled he policeman was not enforc- ng any law and was not excell- ing his duty by keeping Knowl- on off the sidewalk. When the acquittal was re- versed by Mr. Justice H. G. Johnson, he said a policeman las the right to order someone off public property if the pree- lection of a visiting dignitary is involved. Knowlton was told why he couldn't use the sidewalk, Mr. Justice Johnson said. Police action was justified as one of preventing a possible weach of the peace." WEDLOCK NOT LEGAL DUBLIN CReuter) About 300 Roman Catholic Irish cou- ples who married during pi! grimages to the holy shrine at Lourdes in southwest France are not legally husband and wife, the Irish Parliament was told. James Tully said the mar- riages were not recognized un der Irish law because the cou pies had not undergone a civil wedding in France. LAST CHANCE! LAS VEGAS 4 TOUR March 20-26 i Contort: STEVE KOTCH, Phone 327-3536 which he !s charged !s not a po- litical one, as Pagan's lawyer has sought to show. Bishop Partita Bonllla safd there may be "some" honest judges on the island who would attempt to save Pagan but Ihe situation with the police is such that "he will be killed some- how." The bishop, who said Ln an In- terview he has not had work within his church since 1957 be- cause of his separatist views, said Ihe U.S. Is giving aid to po- lice in Puerto Rico and South America to train them to tor- ture and repress in B scientific way. The Merchants in the 7th Street SHOPPING MALL Will observe the following hours effective immediately: Mondays Ali Day to 5.30 p.m. Tuesdays All Day to 5.30 p.m. Wednesdays All Day to 5.30 p.m. Thursdays until 9 p.m. Fridays All Day to 5.30 p.m. Saturdays- Ali Day to 5.30 p.m. Gentlemen III Men's Wear Ltd. 314 7th St. S. Phone 327-2232 Maxine's Ladies' Wear 314 7th St. S. Phone 327-2331 Southern Stationers Ltd. 316 7th Street S. Phone 328-2301 Lethbridge Office Furniture Ltd. 316 7th St. S. (Lower Floor) Phone 328-741T his style old style A mighty man was a mighty thirst to match. His style? Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner! The beer big enough to quench a thirst that was hammered out of heat and fired in the forge. Beer slow-brewed and naturally aged for honest old-time flavour. Old Style Pilsner: you can't beat it! TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE- FHOH THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIDGE ;