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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Revision Income Tax Laws Is Aim OTTAWA, ilay sea- ate income tax committee Tuesosy the collection of evidence tax scinirsstrstion Whittling Down Flag Designs Will Fly North To Pay Treaty Money EDMONTON'. May Affairs officials toll take off from" 27. oa na aerial ing meetings at the sacae race track. OTTAWA. May With se- cut England. May the traciuona! of arms; de- I p Peter John Lazaruk. 02 Snsf assessment -o be low and not interest en money over- 'c- iricome tax, s witness seisre the asreec a simo.e CVT TIMBER? EDMONTON. Ma> 15 r hundrtrc c: the nearoy m c'.e-s. at tne rec-allec to ins He -Crl C warnea sakin; state-, ments. and that they could be lisec asamst him if "The nrst two interviews were he oat on the signed bv Donald Baird of NJS.: 15 Votes- 26. of Lcckpon. Man., yesterday 1 vras ocuna over for years or Mr. "Q of the 31 crown com- "7" of red ar.d to set up curing bearing a green er he o3eacied ,o three hac. oeen cJsameec. Mae were; Jeas- the of 6f assaulting "residents of beine anc Sve were be-. line separating the two! ing: kept in operation. designed bv La du Before debate on the resolution'-------- taking; Msamin C tablets. Meanwhile, u was leameo. that m brother. Patrick Fleming, serving a 12-month sentence in Daibhn for "refusing to account for his move- ments." nas been liberated on seven days' parole to MSH David Jn Bel- last prison hospital. An ADohcauon of mandamus for the release of the hunger suiter is expected to be heard in Ulster fciga court Fndaj. Start Experiments With Atom In Q.C. DIDCOT. Berks. England. Mav Fifteen scientists in some of probed the secrets of the atom in v artime research National of Quebec; five oeer. broash', and was adjo'jmecs :p_a later date, joan Mueller as the _u had pu; the rc-pe aroinsd Lehmann's i-rged that if the was the cour" and ior2 i men wculu stnie district where tes wife lives and j to one charge of doing malicious Canada. are at wcrfc in a ssnall camouflaged laboratory at nearby Kara described as Britain's fut- ure ctomic city. to a house. I Surrounded "by barbed wire cut- The Brcsecuuos did not proceed j orf an neht-mile stretch of white essisa with a red -hree charges of entering from the slope of the Berk- a red circle in the 2y j nouses ,vijh intent to murder his shire Downs, the men are conduct- ing experiments which will deter- Canadian army officer said J would be repatriated at the use of atomic energy in UNDER SPECIAL- GUARD ed ilueller Feb. 11, a second statement was prepared by wit- ness. Tius statement was also en- tered as an exhibit, with Mr. Rice objecting. WORKERS from Front Page.) ot senhng the oispute, any acaon is cissriy illeeal End the interests of everyone co: cemeti." CoHspse at yesterday's conference resulted" wheti both parties refused to bacS: down In stands raVm.. The unicn had agreed to cell o2 the on condiaon rha- ooerators agreed to an hourly wage increase hour week. Tee operators wotild cot accept these demands and refused to ea- ter into negotiations wita the t the strike WES Tending. Idaho and Montana 10 autncr i2e s. stnke if necessary, wili c-egin coni here Friday. IRAN TROOPS (Continued rrom Page.) oroblem e-rA sought firmer action from the shah.) LOOK FOR OIL _____ _ (Contiriued-rom Ftost Page.} LONDON, May 15 hac witn each year tor the council 10 The Moscow radio, quoting a Soviet i oa the activities of the network. j mine "whicii of these shall be mace j news agency dispatch from unorS- I Laian was reoortec; as ex- avatlsble to nierabers of tne coal sources in Tehran, last night jjjogg saitj several reuresentauons of Sin- clair Od Co_ a United States con- SECRET cern, had arrived in an Baluch- Orsiiial tnuon demanos included I Found Mrs. MazeraB was opposed to j Sawmm Wo-kers TJmon suggestions that pro-j copas reso-ut-on said that there vide certain 'chars indications" tha' al- reported to Moscow thsr a i ihwgh federal govermsen-j total of S200 nad aval.- Tfire _____s -VQ Tvrfc'vr'arf -rani! rv rpTTTivec sole for network enko then identified a tele- rom "the director" m Mos- i-e onlv the lesser skSed i cow to Col. X._ Zabotp, former f. "certain classes" to I mflitary nere- a PROBLE3I istan and had beg-jn siirveys for oil sub-committee on Frarico j deposits with the assistance of local .eel Egairi tocay. Mem- jnhabitarits. Spain the committee took home of the Spanish Heoabhcan to expedite their study. ive cosies "of is bulsy charges to Secretary-Genera! lYrsrre" Lie of the united Nations in "his oSce at Hunter College by ______SZld T. Tn i.-v-J rernain zi work mdefmitely. i The resolutian added: I "More ftsa half of the 9.000, Genaan prisoners of war reported j _, io-mir iHCHSSTES. May that the presence of Nazi A'fiat; with a silver and red Maj.-Gen. Kun Mejer in Dorches- "on a'biue square in the mast- penitentiary has stirred unrest comer and three red maale in the prison were dismissed as ua- on a white field in the Sy; founded oy an authoritative source. ;d by Col. A. F. Duguid, This source also denied reports that additional guards and police ay heraldry expert; two votes. other designs received one VETERANS DOING WELL AS STUDENTS HALIFAX, May The general average of achieve- ment of veterans returned to universiiv work was "consider- ably higher" than that of non- Teterans, Dr. A. E. Kerr. presi- dent of Dalhousie University, said at convocation, exercises. haie been cetaileo at the peniten- tiary, anc5 thai Meyer is kept under saecial guard away from other pris- oners and eats privately. Trans- ported secretly to Ztorchester after reaching Canada aboard the Aoui- tania. the war crunina! has been in the penitentiary since May 1. NEW AIR COMPANY LONDON. May Gen. A. C. Calgary-bom NO MATTER WHAT MAKE YOU DRIVE COME TO US FOR FAST. ECONOMICAL SERVICE Tour car or truck needs service today stifi we can provide it. Our mechanics cars the era equipment to repair eil rrBfcas of cars or tracks. We're ansious to perform any service you need large or CAKE FOE YOUR CAB. OR TRUCK rrs TOUR ONLT SURE TRANSPORTATION Beny Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Ltd. TWO DOWNTOWN LOCATIONS Main Garage open 7 am to xoldnisht, Monday to Saturday Sunday: 9 ajn. to Midnight Phone 4055 fo- service talk witn j d Arkady assistant in charge several sheets of security counciijnatters, Mr had taken from EogoVs anef-case, One was ellegecly a on reoort Prof. Halperm by a Russian, em- feassv frtsn named "Gouzeev Irte- ported Halnerin would give oniy oral information, that he described i the general Dnncpies of an elec- j trdn "shell wmcn caused the ac- curacy of rocket bombs and thai; he said he knew nothing: about the Chalk HiTer. One, atom-e bomb project. hands of the Unites. Nations and t; is up to tnat organization to decide what is going 10 be done about the Spanish case." CITIZENSHIP (Continued rrom JTOBX. Paee.) and the right to Canadian Court then adjourned until diplomatic protection. 7. Naturalized Canadians will lose their aazensmp if they remain out of the Dominion for six years COLD SHOULDER (Continued rrom Front Paee.) div after their White House While most miners are back at work under a. two-week trace that began Monday, hope vir- tnallv vanished for a speedy settlement of the dispute which cut off bituminous production for 42 days. It was reported Mr. Lewis thump- ed ths table so hard at yesterday's session that ashtrays bounded on its polished surface, as he declared that the making of a contract de- pended upon acceptance of the health and welfare demand- Lewis vowed he would negotiate no contract "new or later, that does not provide such a fund." Mr. ILewis ridiculed as "grotesque a nri absurd" operators' estimates that it would cost a year. He ceclared this estimate was based on a production year and actual output will fall far snort of that volume. As a scant trickle of coal started air transport has been formed un- der his chairmanship, to be known as "Skyways Limited." The com- paav will operate world-wide char- er services. Barter r'nls year Gen. Crltchlev resigned as director-gen- eral of British Overseas Jorporatioa. I CLARIFIES STATEMENT OTTAWA, May 15 Justice J. C. McKuer of the Ontario suoreme court said today he hac not, or rcore without declaring intention intended certain remarks made yes- j to remain Canadiaris. terdsy to "reject en the integrity" j Once tne dause-by-clause-----. j of defence counsel in four j of the citizenship bill was complet- age cases before him. ed. the commons" i _ t-na, -.f- 1 At the afternoon opening of the OTHER BUSINESS ofSr" orfthefroS i case of Z. TV. IfazeralL ne said a! Heard Reconstruction aGnister "construction has been put on my Howe state the government pians to TTAT.vi7 will acknowledge that remarEs that was unintended j operate inceSnitely Polymer Cor- j "arreducibie numoer i by me." poration. the crown-owned syntne- j of superviso-y empiovees mav be The chief justice yesterday said tic rubber 3TI ATSFTIHIS' j defence cctmsel had actea in a' "highly improper" manner ia send- ing "two parues" to interview po- teatiai jurymen. SDeoScally and tne Sdoraco Mining and SeSnicg company, source of one of the world's largest supplies menaoned R. A. Hughes, ilazsrall's lawyer. I Today, the chief J-JSUK said the of Gave third reading to a bJll mak- ing it compulsory for weignt to oe accord- ing to one informed Tersion of Mr. five super- visors- workers on each working shift." Foremen's Issue The foremen's issue caused a 23- sfc-own or. oags containing feed for day "foremen's strike" last fall. 1 Jcorsstnicaoa' baa ceen "quite un- i li-.estock. Mr. Lewis now is willing to exempt fair to defence counsel ana paruca- j Gave third reading to a bill per- j one EUDenntendent. one mine man- larly to Mr. Hugnes." raittmg more tnan one i According to flts information and' so.cianon to hold trotnng wfcere mnfcvorife flavor was boro Konnd about 1897 big doings -rere going on in that little bonse. For C "W. Post was busy creating that one really different flavor in breakfast tfii- malty-rieh, nut-sweet flaror. Nowadsys the glorious flavor cre- ated in that little wkite {oiks eazerly to breakfast in bt- lle houses and r-ig isoD'e? all over Canada bi GRiPn-NLTS FLAKES as well as And Grape-Xnt? FlaVes give j-on seeded conrifbrnect in every spoonful: carbohydrates for energy; for muscle: phospboras for and iron for the blood; other food essentials. fo-grams not jast one Flakei so good. and malted barley are blend- ed, roasted and iben loaned for goldra cnepness- fraud digestion. Get tbe giant economy package at your grocer's. Pods Grape :Nuts Hakes R with the Aldrich Familv, Fridays, 6 pjn., A fredoct of DnORCE BILLS PASS OTTAWA. May !5. Tea i t divorce bills vsere giien second read- j recv ls-, ing in the commons without debate i last nisrrc The ouiet nassase was in marked contrast with second readme of three divorce bills last Fridav night when members cnuc- BREAD KAT1ON1NG LONDON, Mav The Exchange Telegraph report- ed from Capetown tliai brtai would be rationed in all large urban areas of South Africa. The daily ration frill be eight ounces of bread, or six ounces of wheatmeal, or ounces of meaL WANT OPEN SESSIONS BSRUX, May or foreign correspondents adopted unanimouslv a 'resolution urging sessions of the four-powered Allied control council and Berlin Kommandantur be opened to the press. The reporters, including Bri- tish, United States. Stench, much and Danish writers, criticized "sec- goiemment of Ger- ized the svsiem of uarliamerit deal- ing mih Quebec divorce measures. NO CONFIRMATION N, May nomic Affairs Minister A. J. iiooke sais today he had recer.ed no con- firmation of a report iroax Ottawa Tuesdav that the University of Al- oerta -troiild get 35 United States air base huts for stadeafc- linns ac- cormnodauon. MAYOR FIRST OFFENDER IJVTXGSTON. Mont., Mar 15. ijp) Tsro hours after parxiEg meters began oper- ating here, the Srsi oSender appeared in police court for overtime parking and paid his SI Sne. The culprit Mayor Walter C. House. THERESAFU1UREFORYOU IN THE 73 7HE JOB: There are openings in many of the ground trades, in- cluding aero-engine and air-frame mechanics, armourers, telephonic and photographic workers, clerks and cooks. In some trades training will be provided. All offer advance- ment in return for hard work and proficiency. Applicants without pre- vious service must be over 18 and under 26. THE PAT: Basic pay plus living allowances for non-commissioned ranks runs from S95 monthly for Air- craftman Class 2 to S188 for Warrant Ofncer Class One; extra pay for trade proficiency and increased pay after three years in any rank; marriage allowance of S20 a month; free uni- form clothing and medical and dental service. THE PENSION: A lifetime in- come on discharge after 20 years' or more service; pensions or gratuities in the event of prior discharge on medical grounds, and pensions or gratuities to widows or children in the event of death while on service. VETERANS' PREFERENCE: As among applicants, war veterans applying for reappoiiitment will re- ceive preference, and if accepted will be reappointed to the ranks they held at the time of their discharge, or to the nearest ranks which estab- lishment permits: and their prior service wiU be a factor in promotion and pension. TERMS OF SERVICE: Accepted applicants enter Interim Force, which terminates on or before Sep- tember 30.1947; good conduct, satis- factory medical category and trade proficiency will enable airmen to enlist in Regular Air Force for five years and re-engage thereafter for further five-year terms. WHERE TO APPLY: Applications should be made to No. 2 Air Com- mand, RCAF, Stevenson Field, Winnipeg, Man. i }ERviCE i DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENCE FOR AIR I OTTAWA, CANADA Hon. Cofm Gibson, Minister H. f. Gordon, Deputy Minister 'APERf ;