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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2i-THE LITHBmOOl Movtmbw Bus drivers of student will vote on contract EDMONTON City bus drivers will conduct a general membership vote Tuesday on a conciliation commissioner's recommenda- tion for a new contract. Results of the vote by 740 members of the amalgamated Transit Union will be available W. L. union business said Friday. Mr. Mack said the recommendation involves -30-month package but declined to reveal details. The bus drivers' last contract expired June 23. Wages now average about an hour. SAND GRAVEL TOLLESTRUP kSAND andGRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 3ie-17W-327-M10 feels like token Indian EDMONTON In- dian chief from Fort N.W.T.. who said he felt like a token Indian at a conference on northern says natives want to assist and participate in Arctic development. Chief Francois Faulette told the conference Indians need a land on their claim to square miles of the resource-rich north to participate in development. the government of Canada responds to recognize land claims and gives us full satisfaction and fulfillment of the we are willing to assist in development so peo- ple can live side-by-side without controversy and have a good Chief Paulette. studying political science at the University of made it clear that natives are not interested in kicking put the major companies doing exploration. MANIPULATE WHITES His statement that he is go- ing to university to leam the INSTALLATION HUMIDIFIERS 1709 2nd Aw. S. 32S-5973 white man's way so he can them for the benefit of his people drew a surprising burst of applause from the 500 mining experts and government officials at the triennial conference. The chief caused a minor controversy when he said in an interview that there should be more Indians at the a forum for.dis- cussion of northern problems. He said only three Indians were- registered at the where all delegates pay their own transportation and costs. A delegate raised the state- ment at the conference when the chief was out of the asking that he be recalled to elaborate. i But conference chairman N. A Lawrence of Edmonton saying such discus- sion was not in the best interests of the conference. Stan Milner of president of Chieftain Development Co. Ltd. and a conference said the three-day meeting is open to anyone in but can't afford to bring everyone in the north MERGER TALKS OFF NEW YORK Gulf Oil Co. and CNA Financial Corp. says they have broken off merger talks indefinitely after failure to reach agreement. The two com- panies had announced ten- tative merger plans Oct. 1. Getting ready to move Making final personal arrangements in case they are shipped to the Middle East for peacekeeping duties are Edmonton-based soldiers with the Canadian Airborne Regiment. The 600 men based at Namao are making arrangements for pay medical and dental needs and storage of personal items. Regiment awaits orders EDMONTON The Edmonton based Canadian Airborne Regiment will find its assignment as peacekeepers in the white-hot political heat of the Middle East unusual. Col. Guy the regiment's com- manding says. fact that we are going there for some logistic work is not he told reporters as the unit waited tor orders to move. An advance party of about 100 from the regiment had been expected to leave Friday night with the balance of 400 combat troops anticipating an airlift to the military zone possibly next week. a sudden objec- tion by Russia to Canada's membership in the United Nations which emerged now appears the only hitch separating the regi- ment from desert sul- try heat and possible ceasefire violations. Col. Lessard said he was awaiting orders from Cana- dian Forces headquarters in Ottawa to move to the war- torn ceasefire line between the armies of Israel and the United Arab Republic. He said the choice ot the regiment as the nucleus of Canada's role as the logistics component of the UN force was we are Col. Lessard said precise rules will not be known until the troops arrive in the military zone. this Chromacolor n will be yours'.' What is it that shortens the life of'atelevision A thing. A furnace for another. Every time they turn on orxoff they may affect the voltage going into your TV. Sometimes too much. Sometimes too little. It's a shock to the system that finally takesits toll. What have Zenith engineers done abcJut They've invented the A voltage regulating transformer that delivers a steady and even flow of power in spite of voltage variations in the home. not only protects all the parts inside your it also helps keep the picture bright and They've also made the chassis solid-state so there are no chassis tubes to burn out. So when you buy a new Zenith Chromacolor pick out a cabinet you like. You're going to have it for a long time. Model Avante E4760 X SOLID STATE At the quality goes in before the name goes Simulated TV picture. SMITH'S COLOR T.V. A APPLIANCES LTD. ZMiNrlnttftrft SMITH'S COLOR T.V. APPLIANCES LTD MUME.UTA. ------Mttttt RADIO T.V. CINTRI ALTA. ISMM7 ROW T.V. CINTRI ma MB. ALTA. FSMI MT-Htt THORNTON AND SONS FURNITURE STORE i ALTA. BAKER'S APPLIANCE LTD. lit Ml SMI 1 JW-IITI. W-1W Credit union bill may hit banking world OTTAWA bill that could have strong effects on the chartered banking world was given final approval in the Commons Friday. Comprised of a series of amendments to the Co- operative Credit Associations Act. it among other broaden the invest- ment base of credit unions. It now requires only Senate approval and routine royal as- sent before becoming law. Finance Minister John Turner told the House that broadening investment powers of co-operative credit societies will bring them into with other federally- chartered such as trust and loan com- panies. when the bill is will have more flex- ibility. They now are restricted mainly to accepting deposits and making certain kinds of limited loans. Mr. Turner said he expects the co-operative credit organ- izations to go more heavily into short-term loans rather than long-term arrangements such as mortgages. COULD OWN It would be possible for credit unions to own sub- sidiaries such as mutual fund or real estate companies. would be s.ub- ject to cabinet approval. They also would be empow- ered to make loans and re- ceive loans government and to put their funds into any deposit-accepting in- stitution in the country.. during second read- ing debate. Mr. Turner said the bill was drafted in response to requests from the Canadian Cooperative Credit Society and its provincial sub- sidiaries. Resignation is accepted EDMONTON The University of Alberta board of governors accepted the resignation of W. D. vice-president in charge of planning and development. Dr. Neal. whose resignation will become effective next will have served a five-year term as vice- president. He will remain at the university as faculty member in the department of educational administration. Dr Neal said he has always thought limited terms of ap- pointment to senior ad- ministrative positions were appropriate indication of their strength and importance can be seen in the fact that the total assets of local credit un- ions amounted to little over billion at the end of Conservative spokesman Marcel Lambert supported the as did New Democrat spokesmen. Lome Nystrom said total credit union deposits in Saskatchewan are about more than for each resident of the province. AFFECTS PAYMENTS Earlier the Com- mons completed third reading on a bill requiring ship cap- tains to pay duty and taxes on goods smuggled at sea and pilfered on docks. Revenue Minister Robert Stanbury said the bill will plug a leak that could be draining away as much as million a year that rightfully belongs to the Canadian No legislation exists to hold vessel masters accountable tor tees owing on goods reported to have landed in but which cannot be produced for customs clearance because of irregular delivery or other reasons. In other the Com- mons gave second reading to a Senate bill enabling Canada to comply with an international aircraft agreement signed in Geneva in 1948 which estab- lishes a central aircraft registry to reduce the legal complexities of dealing in air- craft. Members also began se- cond-reading debate on a Senate bill to create 10 new national one each in Nova New British Columbia and the and two in Quebec and the Northwest Territories. There now are 18 national parks. U.K. BANK IN U.S. LONDON Barclay's which last week an- nounced plans to acquire a New York State intends to make further expansion in the United a spokesman says. He said that as a broad would like a branch in every financial center in the United States where the banking laws will allow MIKEOLIJNYK FARM AUCTION SALE 3 MIlM WMt and MIlM North Of ALBERTA Nov. 197311 a.m. Having been favoured with Instructions from Mr. Mike Olijnyk who has we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed which is merely a guide and m no way a warranty or guarantee as to condition or age and is subject to errors and minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. CMh of ttw with wtttonwnt In full before PWIIOVll niMII tlM I-I.H.C. Farmal Model M Row Crop l-Allis Chalmers Model B l-John Deere Model AR Tractor. COMBINES l-Massey Harris No. 26 Self Propelled 10 ft. I-I.H.C. McCormick No. 141 Self Propelled 14ft. Combine. I-I947 Studebaker 2Vi Ton Truck Beet Box IRRIGATION x 40 ft. Major Pipe end x 40 ft. Major Pipe Centre x 40' Major Main 1-Berkley Model B4J Irrigation 4x6 Pump. SUGAR BEET 2-I.H.C. Beet I-I.H.C. Beet l-John Deere Beet l-Case Beet l-Beet Elevator. l-Bale l-Csse Side Delivery Rake Model l-Wooden Land 2-Steel Wheel 1-Malco Weed Sprayer ft. 1-John Deere 2 Bottom Horse 3 Sections of 1-Dump 4 Sections of Diamond l-Potatoe I-2 Bottom Plow on l-Tumble I-6 ft. Discer on l-John Deere 8 n. 1-John Deere 6 ft. 1-V Ditcher 2-Dump l-John Deere 10 ft. Drill on l-Case l-Steel Wheeled Manure Spreader. l-Part Holsteln Milk Cow 6 yrs. old 2 month Calf FUEL I-300 Qal. Single Compartment Fuel Tank. SHOP TOOLS A MISC. Quantity of 1-Bench 1-Leg Quantity of Wrenches Forks Shovels Log Chains and Many More Items Too Numerous to Mention. l-Table Chair l-Cream l-Coal 4-Chrome l-Upholstered Size Bed Box Spring l-Steel l-Steel Several Lamps. CONDUCTIO iV HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. ALBERTA the South by Word of Far FiMtar liifcimHten or MM Ownw USNMHUY flillWTW MSBNMHET m. ft. eioiti m. n. omis ue. m. 010121 ;