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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SO TH( IVTH6R1DO! tIERMD Turvlny Mcmh 71, 1972 VANV'HTKK p{ Untisti I'd p 1 u in b t" r1 Monday, rs return loivork i.': try telling hopes to meet Mi4. ChabcH Ir.tor of adioii H'lTAWA A Coiuwrv- nlivc'p regiiUiU'ir.s which muniei- palitus ;nv to buy such equipment as valhoiK sairs tax fell on 5tony mnvninuMit ground in the troops i'ire rockeSs Inmi AI'-UKITKU I'HNOM f'EM! (Cl'i Com- i nuinisl trtiops hit the Cambo- dian capital uith Ml rockets 1 Uxiay, devastated three sections of I lie c'ily. and killed at least 70 1 persons and 1'ld by of- ficial estimate. i A Renter dispatch rcpurted that the Cambodian command said of the ck'ad uere ;sacred" by Communist truuns who attacked civilians in their hnines. They included atid children. The rocket bombardment was the heaviest attack on Cambod- ia's capital since the Vietnam tliis week. Me a n wli i le. Iht? of Knihvay. port and Ccnoi-il Wrvkcrs. ;t union Unit lw helped by the legislation, asked tliat I ho government withdraw the con- troversial amendments to the B.C. Trades Union Ad. The amendments, now before Hie legislature, would the practice of unions of refusing to handle ma t o r i n 1 s declared 1Lh'ot" by other unions or of w o i- k i n g alongside non-union personnel. Mr. said that the C B RT not suppo i1 1 a n v legislation which ccnlcJ he inter- preted as weakening; lite effect of pickclinjr or a refusal to han- dle so-calkxl "hot cargo." MONTKKAI, (C1M 11-1 The expenses-paid project is uary lo .Innc, J973, Hie Canadi- oprn to Chilian cii.ras j..-., ivjll work oil siieh plan Jimmied hy a j iwcen the of H> ai'd Sin wells iininlainini; ersnl Irom the secretary of dents must completed sec- anil ex- stale v.ili nnaj; 1MI1 Ca-1 ondary school, ar.d workers crre'icrtkr' AITl.V Housed in wnik camps or at Iho homes of selected Directors of Canada World! The "in par'kip.-.nts will be t Cfliinleii.a.ts, (tie teams L-oulh, a private, or- from a random sam- shitt (o projects set no hy a Ri-c.up o! n 1 L n c of -Him m various regions unbss they .Uonlrealers last April, told a thiwli n series of intervi-v.s involved in particiilai :mvs corferenco the fejlernlly- and te project will involve I and medical tlie chid aim the final phase lasting June to August, 1973, each Ca- nadian team will bring back an equal number of young people with whom they have worked'in Ihe. host country, (o lake: part in three months o[ living and working in the Canadian camps and evaluating the program Mr. Hcbcrt said lie hopes (he evaluation will lead to a multi- national organization regularly sponsoring projects where work- ing together is a means of com- municating and learning. The cost of the experiment's first year Ls bring handled by the secretary of slate, who also paved the way for negolblions Lhc governments of the ex- change partk'ipanis, Mr. Hebort said, adding that the other coun- tries will pay their own way inter. The program intends to diver- sify ils financial backing by calling on provincial govern- ments, other countries, private enterprise and the general pub- lic for support. Calgariaus die in road crash OLIVER, B.C. (CD Po Hce identified the two victims of a trailer truck-car crash three miles cast of this Okana- gan Valley community. Dead are Patrick Ryan, 39, and his wife, tictiln, of Calgary. Two other occupa- with undetermined injuries. v.-hidi of rie Municipalities are permitted to buy equipment for building or for clearing mads w firelight- ing without, paying the 12-per- ccnt .-.ilcs tax. Rut the regulations stipulate that any time sni'h equipment is used for anything other than these pur- poses, or used outside municipal limits, Hie exemption Is vio- Tatcd. In siioh cases, revenue depart- ment off ioi a Is sition of i Mciiireal publisher ami organi- sociolv prcsk'ntt. Similar criteria to "We want to give yotnij: peo- from the (ivo ex- pie now nep'.ectrcl by exchange UK"