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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8-THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD March 13, 1974 Ladies' Boys' Suede Casuals Pig Skin uppers give the shoe its good looks while the flexible sole and cushion heel give the comfort. Moccasin style. Tan. Ladies' 6-9 full and 1-6 full. 796 pair Misses' Fashionable 'Spectator' Here is a shoe styled to fit right in with today's fashion trends. Features durable man-made uppers-and size graded, lightweight Urethane sole. Adjustable Elastic strap. 11-3 full half. pair Ladies' Urethane Pumps Get the sleek and slender look in these attractive and lightweight casuals. Urethane uppers and walking heel make them a popular buy. Skin fit lining guarantees a close, comfortable fit. Black. 796 pair Tender Tootsies High Styling for Ladies' Choose this shoe with the fashion- able 3 tear-drop' cut outs on the vamp. Low heel and foam Rubber sole make the shoe a pleasure to wear. Expanded Vinyl uppers and adjustable strap. Tan, Navy. 796 pair n DMy 9 am to pm Friday 9 to 9 COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL Mcyor McpfMti Dthrt Datelliw Alberta Modest tax hike seen EDMONTON (CP) Mayor Ivor Dent said Tuesday that despite recent predictions of large tax increases, city residents will receive tax raises of "not more than 1.61 mills." A mill represents about taxes for the average city homeowner. The municipal rate in 1973 was 22.27 mills. The proposed maximum tax increase suggested by the mayor would raise this to 23.88 mills, keeping the city within the 7.5-per-cent annual tax increase allowed by the province if the municipality is to receive an incentive grant. The city expects about million in incentive grants from the provincial government. French-English program EDMONTON (CP) The public school board says it is looking for parents who want French-English bilingual education for their children. J. P. Jones, supervisor of modern languages for the board, said Tuesday a survey is being conducted to determine whether there is sufficient parental interest to justify such a program at the start kindergarten level to with, opening this fall. It would be extended into a Grade 1 program in the fall of 1975. The program would be for children with no previous knowledge of French. At first, there would be one hour of instruction in English each day and the rest in French. budget planned EDMONTON (CP) I Alberta's interim weather modification bureau, set up three years ago to carry on (weather modification I programs started 15 years ago [in central Alberta, will spend on 1974 operations. Gordon Sterling of Three Hills, board chairman, said the money will go for the services of seven aircraft, two ground controllers and 14 pilots engaged in hail control experiments, the main base will be at Red Deer Municipal Airport. Charge is withdrawn EDMONTON (CP) A [charge of common assault I against a fan alleged by a Ihockey referee to have I punched him in the face after la minor league game was withdrawn Tuesday. Crown prosecutor Harry iPickard withdrew the charge I against Meroslan Zacharuck who had been summoned to appear in provincial court on a charge filed by John Gagnon, 22. Gagnon said that after refereeing a game during minor hockey week, an excited fan ran after him and punched him. Detectors mandatory EDMpNTON (CP) City council approved the mandatory installation of early warning smoke detectors in all rental accommodation. Landlords will have one year to install the units in every dwelling containing sleeping quarters on which rent is paid. Better handling of emergencies recommended OTTAWA (CP) Better federal forecasting in handling crises is recommended in the edited version of a report com- pleted 15 months ago and tabled Tuesday in the Commons by Prime Minister Trudeau. Actions taken to implement some of the recommendations include reshaping and renaming the Emergency Measures Or- ganization created as a public defence agency during the cold war. The report was prepared in the wake of the 1970 Quebec crisis under direction of General M. R. Dare, now heading the security section of the RCMP. He began May 1, 1972, and the final report was done by the following October. General Dare edited the version issued Tuesday. "The government has accepted the main thrust of the proposals, and implementation of specific recommendations is well says the accompanying news release. "Foremost among them is that the federal departments and agencies should retain primary responsibility for handling emergencies that come within their areas of responsibility." Major management and co-ordination roles in emergencies are seen for the departments of national defence, environment and transport. The government says it has followed a recommendation calling for a small secretariat in the Privy Council office to advise the cabinet on crises as necessary. But it defers creation of a group which would operate a cabinet "situation using the vast communications net- work of the Canadian Forces. The government also announced it is altering the EMO to assist and be directed by the emergency planning secretariat. There was no indication of what was removed from the re- port as it was edited. The crises referred to in the report are both man-made and natural, international or national. General Dare describes a crisis "to mean an emergency condition and-or occurence. real or apprehended, which is of sufficient importance in the view of the government to warrant direct federal involvement in one capacity or another." The report goes on: "Crises are universal phenomena. They are, in a very real sense, a condition of existence." Crises handling in the future would be different from the past. Efficiency of communications and intense pressures from population and technological growth were likely to spawn larger and more frequent crises. It identifies three broad categories of crises: disasters and natural man-made disasters. and off-shore crises. crises. It says forecasting can be improved for natural and acciden- tal disasters. "It is difficult to generalize about the wide variety of other possible types of external threats (kidnapping of diplomats, pollution by foreign ships, unlicensed resources exploration .etc.) "Arrangements are in effect for obtaining information relat- ing to the analysis of threats from international terrorism. some types of incidents, it will be possible to determine times and locations at which they are particularly likely to occur: in others the 'risk analysis' approach will be useful; and in some cases, such as off-shore surveillance, action can be taken to provide early warning of an impending event." On social crisis, it says a systematic use of indicators is not being fully exploited. IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE "ONE OF THE MORE COMFORTABLE PLACES TO CARRY ON A CONVERSATION AT 100 MILES AN HOUR." Stirling Moss from his review of the Volvo 144 GL. The Volvo 144 GL, the newest addition to the GL series, was designed for people who are down to earth enough to want a Volvo, but sporting enough to want something just a little racier. So the GL provides such high-performance features as fuel injection (with a continuous injection system that insures the correct fuel-air mixture at all radial tires and a tachometer that lets you keep up with your engine. Even the driver's seat performs: it heats itself.. Of course, just now sporting you want to get is up to you. You have a choice of either a four-speed gear box with overdrive, or automatic transmission. As well as a choice of seven colors outside (including three metallic two different colored tethers on the seats inside, andan optional sunroof if you want sky-blue Overhead. But lest you get carried away by this dash, let us quickly remind you that the 144GLisalsoaVdvo. With unit body ccmstroction, impact-absorbing front and rear ends, a rear window defroster and four-wiieclpcwer-asststed disc brakes. Isn't H nice to come back dcnvTi to earth again? 328-6586 1 ONWftlM 4 SHORT STOP AUTO LTD., 538 6th Strfctt South, Lrthbridga ;