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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IFIHDRIDGE HERAID Momlciy, May 1, 1975 More active role by provinces York-Scarborough ridino; Ions in ejection voting CT I f? O'tTAtt A Prime of all provinces bui Al-1 indication of ils desire lo "en- Isler Trudeau has inviMl pm- berta (JiK'biv. suggests thai I Mire effective .-mil constant par- vinrial lit lake a more planning hy fiovcriniient.- ess and labor on lons'.ruclion or develop- active role in adapling fwlonU numpowei' pnu'.nuns (o the specific- iuvd> uf llieir twn people In a teller lahled in Hie Com- mons. Mi-. Trudeau thai more ivpoiwibihl y for planning and co-ordinal ion of manpower programs be piven lo federal provincial tormmUees set. up under llir Uccupa- (ionrd Training Ac'.. The IOUIT. sr-nt to '.lie pre- ''The clcsirc for grealer lii lily and provincial parlicipa'iion in Iliese programs OTTAWA (CP) York-Scar- borough is still the vndispuled iimong all federal rid- ings in terms of residents of voting age, .says isliey Can- ada. The Toronto-area riding, now represented by federal COIIIIIHI- nicalions Mini.sler Jiobcrt Stan- bury. liad I iwidpnts of im EI v Sail llie ciuniinllees could become ;t.s I iidpaliun of the provinces in the urll trie meaib of of manpower JiwN and in the planning of Iraimnc I in the Kival variation injvnlinK nt the lime of the programs." conditions and manpower need.-? I ]nsl (Tnsus in June, 1971. from one part of tin; country lo another, and the varying ap priKiches of individual provinces in iiicvliiiH those noL-ds." .Mr. Trudeau chides some of Ihc provinces for overlooking cvi.-tmH for flexi- bility, hui adds that there, is a need for improved consultation procedures. proposes thai Hie inint The letter takes nole of crili- i-i-sni thai, existing manpower programs "do not adcriualely serve some i n d i v i d u a I s Quebec was in groups on Ihe fringes of "I.e i hi; one lo Alberta con- j labor force (aifU'd additional specific idfor-' Ii. also nckmnvlcdfles Dial sev- .era! provinces have sought a Mr. Trudcim adds in Iht: leller voice in train- llial the federal proposal is an inf. At the other end of the scale, the riding of Yukon, represented by Conservative Erik Nielsen, lias ll.ion residents of voting age, smallest in Canada. York-Scarborough was known us the country's largest, constit- uency in terms of voters as long ago as (lie 1937 ami I05W elec- tions. The Quebec riding of Ilcs-dc- processing coin mill cos, now eniDloyen1 to assies manpower needs in eatii o.e. ear. CV-CP Tolcenm- municalions bought S3.8 million wnrth of heavy-duty teleprinter anri 1 equipment from the Teletype Corp., Skokie. in of III. and paid SI.2 million in duty and sales tax. French language prevented him from understanding fully Lhe in- junction Jnvoh- Hissho Murila, they ac- companied .Mishima on 25, 1970. when the 45-year-old novel- 'Hie cases disposed of loday 1st invaded the Japanese army's followed earlier fines and prison eastern headquarters and Iriod to incite the Iro.ips to sentences against 21 union lead- ers and fines only against Lwo others as a result of injunction violations during ihc strike Several unions have been fined up to in the con- tempt cases. LEADENS The 21 union leaders sen- tenced to prison earlier have incite the tro-.ips to rebel against Japan's tion. When the a M e in p t failed, MLshima discinbowled himself, Moi-ila pcrfoL-uiwl (he Iraoi- tion.'il bi'licading. then Mori t a conuniUed hara-kiri and Ihroy- asu Koga cut off his head. Thvec judges of the district been released pending appeal, court convicted Lhe !wo Kogas some of (.'iem aHer one and of arsaiit: and bat- night in jail. ten, mun.Vr bv rccjuosl, unlaw- Tlic llircc lup offiL-iiils oi the till ilelcntion, mfliciing injury common front of public service and coercion unions which launched the strike April 11 ;i n n o u n c od they heen or- dered lo ;ippear in court next Thursday lo fnrp conlempl dl tions invoKxil in violation.1-'. The three president "f Pcpin. hear tion and Yvnn Cjnr he- uitl enormous (.bi'y the plead guihy prido'' to rofu uijunclions. Tlic strike i-ndnl at nurl- nighl I.-isi Kriday night by Inugh legislation priced ;rL the end nf nlmos! '.'A lmiii> of nun-slop de- bale in Ilk1. u.-'.r iihl Winni- puilly lo Ilifll nl in mnncv nrdci> .xinli'ii Jiiink -.-i.s in pivu'ln- Cimrl Inld Cheryl lii-lli I'niiiin mis licmp ln'W in ;i.- a witness in ii rcl.-ili'd in ;hi> .s.mif IIH'illl'lll Tin- Ihal .she cashed ,'inil In eash Iwi) sinlen Si. mill inoni'i orders .'mil liail in her iiossrssinll slulcn Mini iiinnrv orders. i floating Arclic island ol cxpcrimenl EDMONTON (CPi The Journal says Canadian. Ameri- can Kiissiaw t'k'L'i'ronic sci- entists are making a joint re- search experiment on ;t float- ing Arctic ice island. The newspaper says three Russian experts flew (o a wind- swept cluster of 30 desolate huts on the grinding polar ice pack .150 miles norlh of Point Bar- row, Alaska. and American su enlisLs already were on the ice inland on a joint experiment in which they have been conduct- ing over .1 wide range frr two years. Hans I'ukkmen, bast: mana- ger of the polar coniinciHnl shelf experiment at Tuklovak Ink. NAV.T said the trading of ideas and informalion will pau1 the wit.v lo morn complete un- Arclic phcnn- ini.n.'i. (HASH KII.I.S 211 JAKARTA i AIM Twenty persons were killed when ii loaded Inis lieail-nn with a speeding li-nek earryiiiLr pas- senyeis 11, central the iieuspapei' Menleka repnrlivl Friilay. I'nlice said Ihe drivels ul liiith were taken nilo cnslody fur an inveslii'alion of !he crash. SIMPSONS-SEARS TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY SPECIALS Lady Kenmore Curling Iron 6-" Reg. Professional hair in just curling iron lets you minutes. Beauly and Heallh your Sears Heating Pad Reg. 4.98 Healing pad lias 4 leed for 2 years. sellings and is guaran- Beauly and Heallh Sears Exercise Bike .98 Reg. Suitable for the whole family. Comes lirner and speedometer. Benuly und Henllh Men's Short Sleeve Knit Shirt 3ga .33 Denim look-zip neck in easy care 65% poly- ester, colion. 5.M.L. Assorted colors. Men's Furnishings CLOCKS Children's Shoes Cordless Kitchen Clock. "Phinney Reg. Eleclric Alarm Clock. 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Stylish lurrmcr in asserted colors and 1 fnbiics. XS-S-M-L. Lingerie Short Sleeve Sport Shirt 5-" Ma do styled cr is jo. In esc Today's Man. Sire S.M.L. Furnishings nith nro Assorted Ladies' Long Robes Reg, -j .99 ie stylos nncl colois. Sizes 5.M.L., nqln 52. Lingerie TRHES Green Ash Box Elder Griffith Papular 4'-5' European Mountain Ash .99 .39 .99 .99 Amur Mnple Gnrclcn Shop (iosls More A I. Simpsoni-Sears STORE HOURS: Open Dtiily 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231 The Lethbridge Symphony Association FINAL CONCERT OF THE SEASON Monday, May 1st p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE FEATURING THE LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY CHORUS Conductor WAITER GOER7.EN Soloiblv ARTHUR HUNT onrl WALTER GOERZEN FOS1ER TRIO O TRANCIS QUINTET llir LARTER GROUP KAUFMANN DUET LIMITED RUSH TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR ;