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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta NDP to disclose fund sources in byelection CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta New Democratic Party will disclose the source of all its funds used in the Calgary Foothills byelection, leader Grant Notley said Friday. Not only would the source be accounted for, so would the use to which the money was put. He told a news conference that unless the voters know who is financing a candidate "those backing him are getting a pig in a poke." The NDP fund disclosure would include spending outside the local campaign organization EAST AFRICA from Choose from 14 Safari holi- days amidst Africa's unique wildlife reserves and tropical beaches. Year-round weekly Jet departures. For free color brochure contact: NILESTAR TOURS 106A-709 Dunsmuir, Van. B.C. (604) 687-1131 Ret. 224-0087 but which benefits the cam- paign of party president Nancy Eng. Mr. Notley challenged the Progressive Conservatives to make the same disclosures. He said the proposed two- price system for natural gas is an "enormous bonanza" for the oil industry and noted Conser- vative candidate Stewart Mc- Crae is an oil company law- yer. "Is the oil and gas industry contributing to their cam- Mrs. Eng, seeking election in the June 25 vote, said the Con- servative government has stop- ped school construction and prepared to bus elementary students in an effort to save money. "Economic efficiency indeed it just means teachers and children can be manipulated but not foreign owned oil cor- porations." Reads oath Argentina's new pre- sident Hector Campora reads his oath during swearing-in ceremony at Congress in Buenos Aires Friday. Looking on is vice- president Vicente Solano Lima. DOOR OPENING SPECIALS MONDAY, MAY 28th ONLY CRIMPKNIT -New patterns [ust arrived -Reg. 4.86. SPECIAL, yard 3.33 ZELLERS FACIAL TISSUE -Yellow, Rote, White -2 ply -Box of 200 3 for MEN'S AND LADIES' TIMEX WATCHES Styles NOW 20 OFF LADIES' BRIEFS -Nylon Acetate -Various colors and Styles 3 RUSTIC GARBAGE CAN -20 gallon capacity -Reg. 3.94 SPECIAL 3.17 ONE SIZE PANTY HOSE -Beige or Spice -Reg. 2 pair 96e SPECIAL MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE TERRY KNIT SHIRTS 1.96 -Sizes S-M.L EACH 24 PIECE FLATWARE SET -Stainless Steel -6 each Knives, Forks, Dessert spoons, Teaspoons. -Reg. 7.97 SPECIAL i 6.96 FURNITURE THROWS 7.94 foam backing Reg. 9.94 SPECIAL ADJUSTABLE WINDOW SCREEN -All steel -Fits window -Reg. 2.69 SPECIAL 1.96 MADRID TUMBLERS -10 Pack -Green, Blue, Gold -Reg. 2.22. SPECIAL 1. OLD DUTCH POTATO CHIPS -Tri Pock -8 oz. box. LADIES' HAND BAGS finishes or Brown -Reg. 9.76 SPECIAL PAISLEY COMFORTERS 4.96 lined for camping -Reg. 6.96 SPECIAL ZELLERS GIANT GARBAGE BAGS -Reg. 2 for 84c SPECIAL ZELLERS 1600 LINE PAINT ROLLER KIT -High Pile rollers -Reg. 1.49. SPECIAL ZELCO OIL FILTERS -For most -Reg. 1.95 SPECIAL 1.36 5 PIECE AUTO CLEAN-UP SET -Large pail -Polishing mitt. Sponge -Polishing cloth -Scouring sponge -Reg. 96c SPECIAL 74" DARE CANDIES 2.1.50 package -Reg. 97c SPECIAL ZELCO WADING POOL Inflated -Ideal tor the smaller child -Limited quantities EACH Located in Zellers Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Daily 6 P-m- Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 Mediation offered in air disputes OTTAWA (CP) The federa labor department is ready to o fer mediation services to Ai Canada and two groups of its employees bogged down in con tract disputes, a governmen spokesman said Friday. The two separate disputes in volve machinists and cus- tomer-service personnel acres. Canada and about 450 employ ees of the airline's financ branch in Winnipeg. Employees involved in the larger dispute will have th right to strike at midnight Ma; 29. A strike vote is expected tc be held next week. The workers are represented by the Inter national Association of Machin ists. The labor department spokes man said the parties in this dis pute have not been in confeac recently. Conciliation Commas sioner Roy Gallagher of Winni peg, couldn't resolve the dis pute, which involves several non-monetary issues. Mr. Gallagher was the firs conciliation commissioner ap- pointed by tie government un- der changes in the Canada La bor Code that took effect in March. The government source sai< the labor department is keeping a continuing watch on the situ ation. Earlier, Acting Prime Minis ter Mitchell Sharp told the Commons the government is taking the disputes seriousl; and that Labor Minister John Munro, attending the federal provincial premiers' confer ence, had his officials working on the problem. The Winnipeg dispute, in vplving members of the Cana dian Airline Employees Associ ation, resulted in a walkout Thursday by clerical workers. The labor department has been in contact with both par ties for their views on the provi- sion of mediation services in the second dispute, Hie govern- ment spokesman said. In the Commons, David Orli fcow (NDP-Winnipeg North' said the Winnipeg strike was caused by the refusal of Air Canada to accept a unanimous Star prints despite strike WINDSOR, Out. (CP) The Star published a 16-page edition for the fourth consecutive day Friday despite a strike by about 150 composing room employees. A press run of about was planned for the edition pro- duced by supervisory personnel. Publisher J. P. O'Callaghan said The Star hopes to publish a similar-size newspaper each publishing day "for the time being." The Star, with a normal press run of publishes every day except Sunday. The aver- age size of weekday editions is 40 did not publish Tues- day, May 15, or last Friday or Saturday. Mr. O'Callaghan said there were no developments in the dispute. Unions involved in the strike are the Windsor Typographical Union 553, Windsor Printing and Pressmen and Assistants Union 274 and the Windsor Star chap- ter of the Detroit Stereotypers and Electrotypers Union 9. Key issue in the dispute is ju- risdiction over new technology in the composing room. MESSAGES SENT The first electric telegraph messages in Canada were ex- changed between Toronto and Hamilton in December, 1846. conciliation board report. The report was made public a week ago. The strike will soon have an effect on all Air Canada oper- ations, Mr. Orlikow said. Saturday, May 26, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGC HERALD 9 Dead or alive prank LOS GATOS, Calif. (AP) Lorenzo W. Milan wanted to get away from bill collectors. So he announced his death. The 39-year-old radio sta- tion owner distributed brochures last October fea- turing eulogies and pictures showing him in repose. "At the time I was really poor with no he said in an interview. "I sent the death notice ahead of time to people who really cared for me say- ing it's a joke and don't worry about it. "But I didn't do anything to the bill eolWtors, saying Mr. Mian has died. There were; some irritated phone calls from people who found out I wasn't dead. I probably re- ceived 25 letters in the last year beginning 'I thought you were dead.' "f Milan, a former college stu- dent, said the only real ac- complishment of his prank was that "schools and col- leges I dropped out of stopped asking me for money." Now the owner of KTAG- FM, a community non-in- stitutional radio station with widely varied programming, Milan formerly operated sta- tions in Seattle where he also was a newspaper man and in Portland, Ore., and is a part- ner in a St. Louis station. 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