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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Friday, May 18, 1973 Western MPs voice opinions Gov't mineral policy aims blasted By PAUL JACKSON Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Two Western Ca- nadian MPs from two different political parties took hefty swipes at the minority Liberal government Thursday after Energy Minister Donald Macdo- nald had tabled a document in the House of Commons on min- eral policy objectives for Can- ada. The document, which re- vealed that Ottawa and the provinces will set up a formal consultative and co-ordination mechanism for mineral policy, was criticzed by both Alvin Hamilton, the Conservative energy spokesman and New Democratic Party spokesman T. C. Douglas. Mr. Hamilton, MP for Qu'Appelle-Moose Mountain, Sask. and a former cabinet minister in the John Djefenba- ker government, was vigorously critical of the taxation burden mining companies have to bear New programs to stimulate ethnic awareness in Canada OTTAWA (CP) Seven new and expanded programs de- signed to stimulate ethnic awareness at a cost of more than million were an- nounced Thursday by Stanley Haidasz, minister responsible for multiculturalism. Also announced was creation of a Canadian Consultative Council on Multiculturalism comprising spokesmen for dif- ferent ethnic groups. Mr. Haidasz told the Com- mons the strengthening of the government's policy of "multi- culturalism within a bilingual framework" entails an increase in funds for the program to in the 1973-74 fiscal year from in 1972-73. "Our identity has a dynamic rather than a state quality, constantly revealing new facets and new dimensions of that illu- sive creation called a national identity. "What we do know about our country is that there is no typi- cal Canadian, no stereotype that we must all strive to imi- ate. The new programs include a Canadian Identities Program designed to increase an "aware- ness on the part of all Cana- dians cf the different lifestyles and cultural traditions" within society. This is to include an annual folk festivals part of the Au- gust program of the National Arts Centre in Ottawa and re- gional festivals in winter. It also encompasses a com- petition for plays, in English or French, which reflect some as- pect of multiculturalism, publi- cation of a book on Canadian foods, translation of literature about Canada written in "ethnic increased ance for the National Film Board and travelling exhibits by the National Museum of Man. The other six programs are: to "promote an awareness of Canada's multi- cultural diversity and to encour- age Canadians to share their cultural heritage." grants to the multicul- tural centres program started in January, 1972. co-ordinating service for academics involved in ethnic studies as well as extension of IMPORTANT to LETHBRIDGE HERALD DISPLAY AND CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS EFFECTIVE Friday, June 1; 1973 DISPLAY ADVERTISING DEADLINES WILL BE AS FOLLOWS: ADVERTISEMENTS REQUIRING PROOFS (Minimum size page) COPY AND MATERIAL MUST BE RECEIVED AT THE HERALD BY 12 NOON 4 PUBLISHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION DEADLINE for: MONDAY is NOON PREVIOUS WEDNESDAY TUESDAY is NOON PREVIOUS THURSDAY WEDNESDAY is NOON PREVIOUS FRIDAY THURSDAY is NOON PREVIOUS SATURDAY FRIDAY is NOON PREVIOUS MONDAY SATURDAY is NOON PREVIOUS TUESDAY DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS NOT REQUIRING A PROOF MAY BE RECEIVED ONE DAY LATER 12 NOON 3 PUBLISHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEADLINES ARE UNCHANGED Alt regular and classified display must be in The Herald office 3 p.m. the day prior to publication a.m. Saturday for publication Monday For further information contact Display or Classified Advertising 328-4411 The Lethbridgc Herald commissioned ethnic historiss. of space in ethnic newspapers to publish informa- tion "for many elderly people and recent immigrants who read neither English nor French.'' national conference of ethnic organizations to be held this fall and which will be held bianially in different cities across the country. language teac? aids to be prepared, at govern- ment expense, by ethnic groups. Mr. Haidasz said ttis main function of the new multicultu- ralism council will be to act as ethnic affairs consultant to the government. It will consist of a national chairman, two vice-chairmen, five regional chairmen and other members across the coun- try. National chairman is Julius Koteles. 42, a Winnipeg lawyer who also is national director of the Canadian Folk Arts Council. He is president of the Folk Arts Council of Manitoba and vice- president of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. The vice-chairmen are Dr. Agatha La Certe, 70, of Quebec and Dr. Lino Magagna, 40, of Port Credit, Ont. The five regional chairmen are Linden Maclntyre of Syd- ney. N.S., a journalist; Dr. Saul Hayes of Montreal, a lawyer; Tel Glista of Mississauga, Ont., president of the Polish Alliance of Canada; Prof. M. R. Lupul of Edmonton, western vice-pres- ident ofthe Ukrainian Canadian Professional and Businessmen's Federation; and Horst Koehler of West Vancouver, B.C., a well-known producer of ethnic television programming. Immigration changes all at one time OTTAWA (CP) The gov- ernment plans to deal with amendments to the Immigra- tion Appeal Board Act in one fell swoop and ''not a bit at a Immigraticn Minister Robert Andras told the Com- mons immigration committee Thursday. A s committee members sought hints on the substance of the promised bill, Mr. Andras said it "would not be in the public interest" to reveal gov- ernment plans to clean up the current backlog of ap- peals against deportation orders and to make sure it "stays clean from there en." The amendments will be in- troduced when the government is fairly certain they can be carried through the House from first reading to royal assent with no major interruptions, Mr, Andras said. Fingerprint check fails to identify robber KENORA, Ont. (CP) Insp. Walter Mychalysbyn of the Kc.nora police department says in Ottawa has failed to reveal the identity of a bank robber who was blown up by his own home-made bomb last Thurs- day in Kenora. Insp. Mychlyshyn says the man's prints have now been sent to the FBI and several other agencies for further checks. He refused to name the other agencies or to discuss other aspects of the incident which are still under investiga- tion. Meanwhile, officials of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce say less than of the money is missing, even through much of it was shred- ded and blown over a block- long area when the bomb ex- ploded. The bank has refused to reveal how much was stolen In the holdup. in this country. He also charged that the Liberals have dis- covered 12 years too late that the Diefenbaker government knew what it was doing. The Saskatchewan MP said in 1961 a joint federal-provincial Canadian Council cf Resource Ministers was established. But the federal Liberals had let it break down. As far as taxation policy went, Mr. Hamilton said the tax reforms brought about by for- mer finance minister Edgar Benson "will destroy every single Canadian mining com- small companies within 10 years anl the big in- tricate companies within 30 years when the mines run out." H unless there are sen- sible changes to the tax laws regarding the mining industry its future is hopeless. Mr. Douglas, MP for Na- naimo-Cowichan-The Islands, B.C., said he agreed with Mr. Hamilton that Canada needed a national minerals policy and leadership rather than just an- other consultative committee, but he said he could never agree that taxes on mining companies should be eased. "I cannot shed tears over In- ternational Nickel Company which has been making hun- dreds of millions of dollars out of the resources that belong to the people of said the former premier of Saskatche- wan. The New Democrat said he was glad that the Liberal gov- ernment had taken a first "timid" step to set up a con- sultative machinery, but he said a national minerals policy was desperately needed and so were pkras to have more processing done in Canada and better world prices obtained for the nation's resources. 10 youths indicted in slaying DELAND, Fla. (AP) Ten young persons have been named in murder indictments returned by a grand jury in connection with the April 17 tor- ture-slaying of a California teen-ager in nearby Daytona Beach. All of those named Thursday by the Volusia County grand jury are already in custody on murder charges in the slaying of Ross Michael Ccdiran. The jury also returned a sealed indictment on an llth person, not yet in custody. As- sistant State Attorney Horace Smith said Cindy Black, 15, of Toronto, also charged by Day- tona Beach police with murder, will be turned over to juvenile authorities. Circuit Court Judge "Uriel Blount ordered that those in- dicted be held without bail. Cochran was killed by a blow from a club after being tied to a table, flogged with chains and slashed with broken glass, po- lice said. First reports indicated that Cochran was a human sacrifice by a devil-worshipping, witch- craft-practising cult. Police said the table on which Cochran was tied was in an altar room of the cult. However, police now say the witchcraft angle has been over- emphasized. Instead, investiga- tors say, Cochran was probably killed because someone thought lie was a police drug informant. OPPOSE PUMP COALDALE (HNS) Local service station operators are not in favor of permitting an application for a keylock pump establishment here. CAREERS DRUG STORE OPPORTUNITIES! New "drug store group being developed in Cal- gary and Edmonton areas to meet advancing com- petition. Pharmacists Interested in obtaining retail loca- tions and joining for group benefits contact Box 10T> Lethbridge Herald MAY 14, 1973 BE IN BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF Career Opportunity as representative for one of Alberta's most progressive marketing outlets. The per- son we seek is successful at his present job but some- what impatient with his progress. The applicant must be sales oriented and have an interest in people. We offer unlimited earning potential and the independence of his own business with no capital outlay. We Provide: 1. Company Training. 2. Opportunity to move inifo management when qualified. 3. Stock Option Plan. 4. Exceptional fringe benefits. The individual must be mature, neat in appear- ance and own a late model car. Please send resume to: Box 103, Herald AGRICULTURAL FIELD MAN required by THE MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF PROVOST NO. 52 QUALIFICATIONS: Diploma in agriculture. Experience desirable. Duties: Weed Control, Agricultural Chemicals Act En- forcement and other activities related to agricultural service boprd work. Salary commensurate with experi- ence. Maximum per year. Please submit application on or before May 26, 1973 to: THE SECRETARY TREASURER MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF PROVOST, No. 52 BOX 300, PROVOST, ALBERTA SATURDAY SUPER SAVERS MERCHANDISE ON SALE FRIDAY 6 TO 9 P.M. ALL DAY SATURDAY LIMITED QUANTITIES BIG BIG BUY PAINT gallon pail -White only -Reg. 10.86..... SPECIAL TERRY KNIT SHIRTS -Sizes S.M.L. -Assorted colors -Reg. 2.96 SPECIAL, EACH BOYS' JEAN 'N JACKET SET -Assorted colors -Sizes 10 to 16 -Reg. 8.86 SPECIAL, SET MEN'S BAGGIE JEANS -Sizes 28-36 -Blue denim -Reg. 7.96 SPECIAL, PAIR COOL CUSHIONS -For cool driving during the summer months -Reg. 96c SPECIAL 77 gallon -Galvanized steel -Reg. 4.96 SPECIAL, EACH -10 per pkg. -Reg. 2 for 84c SPECIAL shades size stretch SPECIAL pair JJ Q STP ENGINE COOLANT -Reg. 1.96 SPECIAL, EACH POTATO CHIPS -Old Dutch -Tri pack SPECIAL DINNERWARE SET -16 piece -Gold band -Reg. 5.94 SPECIAL, SET FLUSH A -Toddlers -60 per pack -Reg 3.19 SPECIAL BEACH TOWEL patterns and colors -Reg. 3.28 SPECIAL FURNITURE ROLL OUTS -Weight load 2000 Ibs. -Installs in seconds -Reg. 2.44 SPECIAL -King size and Regular -200 per carton SPECIAL, CARTON 4.52 leller's County Fair Located in Zeller's Shopping Centre an Mayer Magrath Drive. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 ;