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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wilson's troop decision one of riskiest in Ulster's history British soldier guards gas station LONDON Prime Minister Harold Wilson's order to British troops to take over fuel depots in Northern Ireland on Monday was one of the riskiest decisions by any British leader in the 53 years of Ulster's often-violent history. Army leaders were reported wary of using troops to try to break the Protestant political which is aimed at undermining power-sharing between Protestants and Roman Catholics and proposals for forging links with the predominantly-Roman Catholic Irish republic to the south. The three days of high-level consultation that preceded the order to the troops indicated the cabinet decision was not taken without considerable heart-searching. At it leaves the armed forces with the daunting task of maintaining essential services for the people of Northern Ireland if the few remaining workers in key in- dustries heed the strike leaders' call to refuse all co- operation. At in a tinder-dry situation after two weeks of the paralysing there is a risk of bringing British soldiers into armed conflict with the Ulster's one million the majority community whose para-military organizations are known to be well armed. The gunmen and bombers of the Roman Catholic-based Irish Republican Army have been dormant since the strike but the troops fear a nightmare situation of being fired on by both sides of the sectarian divide. So the strikers' resistance has been non- violent. The decision to act was made almost inevitable when the Ulster Workers' which is running the refused to back down Saturday night when Wilson underlined in a broadcast that the British government would meet its obligations to maintain essential services. The cabinet here was reported also not willing to tolerate much longer a situation in which Protestant groups were usurping the functions of an elected controlling distribution of gasoline by issuing coupons and telling shop- keepers when they should close or open. The scales were finally tipped in favor of army intervention by signs during the weekend that failure to meet the Protestant challenge would mean the collapse of the power-sharing Northern Ireland executive. The in which Roman Catholic moderates share power with Protestants under the leadership of Chief Minister Brian was coaxed into existence only five months largely through the efforts of William Whitelaw of the previous British Conservative government. The strikers are demanding fresh Ulster elections which would almost certainly sweep away Faulkner and his power- sharing with the Roman Catholics and links with the republic. THE PASSPORT FACTORY 5 min Service on Citizenship. 1.0 and Visa PHOTOS Upstairs Suite E 303-5th So. 328-9344 Proposed chicken board would increase prices OTTAWA Implementation of a proposed national chicken marketing board would increase chicken says Maryon SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Threatre OF THE in color. Starring Lee Marvin an Earnest Borgnme. May 28 Show at 8-15 p m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN FORT Theatre in color. Starring Ter- rence Hill and Bud Spencer May 28 show at 8 00 p m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILD REN PINCHER Theatre MULES FOR SISTER m color. Starring Clint Eastwood and Shirley Maclame May 28 show at 8 15 p m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Theatre and in color Double Feature May shows at and 9 00 p.m. RE- STRICTED ADULT May 20 June 1 And his change of habit At The INERS' 733 -13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests Only1 president of the Consumers' Association of Canada She told a public hearing on the feasibility of a national marketing agency for that such a similar to those for eggs and would push up prices. The hearing is being held be- fore the National Farm Prod- ucts Marketing Council. The Canadian Broiler representing provincial chicken marketing has proposed the formation of a national agency to improve and co- ordinate marketing by provincial groups. Fourteen representing most aspects of the chicken industry along with consumer presented briefs at the open scheduled to move to St. and Winnipeg later this month. The majority of the submissions lavored establishment of a national board. Mrs. Brechin said that low- income consumers depend on chicken as a high protein source oi food and the adoption ot Ihc broiler council's plan would lorcc prices for chicken lapidly upwards The broiler council has rec- ommended that the national board be made up of one direc- tor appointed by each partici- pating province and have the power lo control marketing of excess quotas by provinces in an eltoil lo protect the pro- ducer Other recommendations in- All participating provinces must remain in the plan for two years establishment of the size of the national provincial allocations and the adjustment of allocations to meet supply and demand. under which chicken trade may take place between provinces and tor ex- port. concurrent and co- ordinated exercise of the ANGLO Sells... SPEAKERS At Lower Prices 419-5th Street S. federal authority over interprovincial and export trade and the provincial authority over inter-pro- vincial trade marketing boards have the power to act as agents for the national Mrs Brechin said that while the plan has provisions for an advisory committee with con- sumer more public input is needed requirement that the consumer interest be taken into account is not being met in existing agencies and will not be met by the proposed chicken she said. is therefore imperative that the national chicken mar- ketmg agency be made accountable to the public She said the agency's board of directors should consist of representatives of all segments of the chicken production and marketing including consumers. The only other groups to raise strong objection to the proposed plan were the National Anti-Poverty Organization and the Canadian Association ol Social Workers In a joint the two groups also said the plan would increase chicken prices. is a producer-oriented group and one that has a fla- grant disregard for the Cana- dian said A .J CASW executive director. strongly recommend that your National Farm Products Marketing Council spend the taxpayers' time and money in more productive and socially beneficial concerns than perpetuating your own influence and power over the he said. Some of the groups that sup- port the formation of a national board are the Canadian Federation of the Ontario Federation of the Ontario Commodity the Canadian Egg Marketing the Ontario Chicken Producers and the Quebec Federation of Poultry Producers. REMAINS POPULAR One of man's earliest and most reliable forms of trans- the ferry still draws eager customers from the coast of Alaska to the Bos- porus I xllbcrra YOUTH AND RECREATION GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA the Alberta musicians registry A published directory of conductors and all categories of performing either soloists or resident in Alberta and available for public engagements. A guide for organizations seeking the services of musical performers1 An opportunity for increased employment for Alberta musicians1 Alberta both soloists and are invited to submit their names for inclusion in the together with a personal noting musical current sample recordings recent and forthcoming and copies of press reviews. Indicate if also availability and fee desired DEADLINE MAY 1974 WRITE TODAY Alberta Musicians Registry. Music Section. Alberta Youth and Government of 11 th CN Edmonton T5J OK5 Telephone 424-7327 RICH IN FLORA The Yukon Territory has more than 500 species of wild flowers and shrubs and 175 varieties of birds. aramount TONITE WED. RESTRICTED ADULT Tear-gab chemical prohibited OTTAWA The sale or advertising of products containing ethyl bro- moaecetate has been Consumer and Corporate Attairs Minister Ucrb Gray announced Monday. The used a.s a 1 sometimes was found in vials sold as novelty or joke products The vapor irritated all mucous membranes and direct contact with the eyes could cause permanent damage. The bull wins Spanish apprentice matador Angel Corral is about to make an upside-down landing after being seriously gored in the left thigh while performing at Vista Alegre ring m Madrid. Alberta government says Taylor Clerics guilty TORONTO Three Toronto clerics who picketed a Dominion Stores Ltd. super- which they said was selling lettuce not picked by members of the United Farm Workers were found guilty of trespassing Monday in provincial court Rev. Vincent T. Rev. Van Samuel Mather and Rev- Howard charged after they refused to leave the store when asked to do so by the manager and were remanded to Thursday for sentencing ONE ONE DOWN Tenn. Willard who specializes m raising sunken rented a barge to salavage a 65-foot yacht which sank in Old Hickory Lake during the April tornadoes I can say for York the barge went under about five seconds after the yacht came up EDMONTON The provincial government has been by a group ot 20th century into locating petrochemical industries in Alberta where they cannot he says Nick provincial Liberal leader premier should know thai mosl industrialized societies today aie doing then- best to locate refineries and petrochemical where they don't pollute and can best be used to alleviate he told a constituency meeting. He said Alberta didn't want the side effects of large petrochemical including the necessity to import up to persons to fill labor demands don't understand why the government cannot see since recently had to take over a small obsolete plant with 12 employees east of Edmonton from an oil company because the plant had become obsolete Can you not see a similar trap ahead All plants should be built whore there was a labor he with Alberta owning the plants and getting as much ot the end product as necessary Alberta would get prolit plus the while Ontario geth the employment it needs 656 up MOSCOW The Soviet Union launched a satellite the 656th in its Cosmos series. The news agency Tass said equipment on the satellite is working but did not give details of its precise function FIRST TO GET CABLE The first transatlantic cable was landed at Heart's Nfld in 1866 SEAN CONNERY rZARDOZ paramount cinema TONITE WED. at p.m. I I AVCO EMBASSY YUL hENRY BOGARDEi and Thursday Show Times I'UUMOI M Mil Mill Short Subjects. 7 00 9 00 ZARDOZ 7 15 920 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 RESTRICTED ADULT I'MUMDI M IM Short Subjects 7 t5 9 15 SERPENT 7 25 9 25 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 15 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT HI.I I.I.I. IM THE GREAT GATSBY 7 00 9 25 No Shorl Subjecis TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 7 00 9 25 ADULT ENTERTMNMENT green acres drive-in RESTRICTED ADULT 18 Years and Over HUSTON'S RAT CITY COLUMBIA PICT URLS RASTAR PRODUCTIONS STACY KEACM JEFF BRIDGES 2 FIRST RUN FEATURES HI.no 2 Starring Jim Brown___________ Gates optn p.m.-Ont complete thow p.m college cinema TONITE WED. p.m. ROB6RT R6DFORD ond mm ffiRROUU ADULT GfKflT ;