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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE November Leftists killed in Argentina Faith without works fails to save girl BUENOS AIRES (AP) Four young leftists have been killed in Argentina in a 24- hour period, police said today, in apparent right-wing retalia- tion for the bomb murder of the country's top policeman. The bullet-riddled bodies of Patterns Team It Up! PRINTED PATTERN TWO main parts for the lithe jumper! Whip it up in an evening, then sew the rest of the team. Sleeveless jacket swings over shirt, pants. Printed Pattern 4892: Misses' Sizes 8. 10, 12. 14, 16, 18. Size 12 (bust 34) jumper 2 yards 45-inch fabric. SI.00 for each pattern cheque or money order. Add 15c each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Ont. residents add 7e sales tax. Print plainly Size, Name, Address, Style Number. Send to Anne Adams, Lethbridge Herald. Pattern Department. 60 Progress Avenue. Scar- borough, Ontario. MIT 4P7 Holiday-Glow! Spark holiday outfits with this glamorous top. Layer glowing, lacy, ruffled top over a shirt who met with producers Tuesday, said that although their returns are lower this year than last year, producers are not abandoning the industry. "They are looking to the future. They want to keep the industry alive." The agency reported that as of Oct. 1, there were approx- imately 77 million pounds of turkey in storage in Canada, almost double the figure for the same period last year. The agency is anticipating producers to market another 57 million pounds in the final quarter of this year, bringing the total available to 132 million pounds. However, Mr. Tanchak stressed, the agency an- ticipates the sale of-30 million pounds, in October, another 15 million pounds in the traditionally slow month of November and at least 55 million pounds in December. Despite the increased sur- plus, Mr. Tanchak said all the turkeys will be sold even- tually. Stringbean's killers plan conviction appeal NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Defence lawyers say they plan to appeal the convictions Saturday night of two cousins for the murders of banjo player David (Stringbean) Akeman and his wife. John Brown, 24, and Marvin Douglas Brown, 23, were each sentenced to 198-year prison terms. They will be eligible for parole in 30 years. "I think the sentence was too harsh, but I wasn't sur- said Joe Binkley, Marvin Douglas Brown's lawyer. "My client took it well. I had prepared him for this." Arnold Peebles, John Brown's lawyer, said he will appeal too. In closing argument, he termed the case against Brown "a bunch of scrambled slop." Akeman, 57, and his wife, 59, were shot last November at their rural home north of Nashville after returning from a performance at the Grand Ole Opry. Police said they apparently surprised burglars at the home. Stringbean was a regular on the television show Hee Haw. The jury of nine men and three women deliberated about three hours- Mexicans favor Canadian employment MEXICO CITY (AP) Mexico's consul-general in Toronto says migrant workers are being encouraged to go to Canada where they can earn good wages plus free room and board and free round-trip air passage. Alfonso Ballesteros said in an interview here migrant workers can earn up to a month under contracted farm labor, and that Canadian farmers are interested in hir- ing Mexican workers under the Migratory Farm Workers Program that began last August. He said the program, the re- sult of an agreement signed during a visit to Ottawa by Mexican President Luis Ech- everria, benefits both countries since Mexico has surplus labor and Canada lacks farm manpower. He said Mexican workers, in addition to return air fare and room and board of good quality, are guaranteed wages of an hour, if they can drive tractors or trucks, under six-week contracts which can be extended- 10H OOQ LIFE INSURANCE I Wp WWW (lniti.l Amount) Level Term Option (20 Year decreasing Convertible Term Insurance) ANNUAL PREMIUMS Age 20-155.00 Age 35-226-00 Age 25-160.00 Age 40-321.00 Age 30-167.00 Age 45-475.00 f KEN BELSHER OCCIDENTAL LIFE of California 439A HOLIDAY VILLAGE Phone 32S-0944; 328-0994 HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS Required for highway division of integrated transportation company based in Whitehorse, Yukon. Jour- neyman rates rising to S7.55 per hour January 1, 1975. First class mechanics without license will be considered. Standard Teamster labour contract provides for full range fringe benefits in- cluding medical and pension plans. Relocation assistance plan available. Call collect 403-667-2511. or write: N. F. Rudolph Personnel Manager, Whitehorse White Pass Yukon Route Box 4070, Whitehorse, Yukon WHITE PRSS VUHOn ROUTE leisure wars made easier. East Canadian Retirement Savings Plan Rrst Canadian Retirement Savings Plan helps you plan for your leisure years. Retirement can be the time of your life. But vou have to plan for it now. while your earning power probably your expenses high. You can start by reading about First Canadian Retirement Savings Plan, and how it can make your leisure years, as well as your saving years, much, much easier Reduce your income tax while you save for your retirement. By investing in First Canadian Retirement Savings Plan any time during and up to 60 davs after a taxation year, you may reduce your taxable income by the amount of your invest- ment, up to the lesser of: of your earned income. S4000 if you have no pension plan. if you arc a non-contributing member of a pension plan, or less the amount of your contributions to a company pension plan. Your tax reduction is not affected by payment into the Canada or Quebec Pension Plans. Income tax will have to be paid on your savings even- when used as retirement income or if you with- draw your savings prior to probably at a lower rate than during Your peak earning years. For more detailed information on how this can be to your advantage, ask for R.RS.P. specialist RAV. Wake field's booklet. "Registered Retirement Savings Plans Choose from two options. At present there arc two options available. Both are eligible for registration with the tax authorities so that you can reduce vour annual income tax Option Canadian Mortgage Rind. In todays financial market, investment in a quality mortgage fund is considered a good bet to produce a relatively secure high vicld over the long term. At the same time, investors may realire an increase m value of 'heir units in this Fund depend- ing (in prevailing mortgage interest rates There is no load on 'he purchase or redemption of these units. Option II-Rrstbank Special Retirement ACCOUnt. Your deposits m this speiial bank account will earn interest .1' the Rank s l-ivc-Yc-ir-Tcrm Deposit Receipt rate This rate of interest will be fixed every lanuarv 1st and Inly 1st at the rate prevailing that day- and remain in effect for six months Coming November 18 Interest is calculated and payable on your minimum monthly balance and credited semi-annually. Over the long term, the yield will vary but always be tied to the upper end of the scale of bank interest rates. Option I and Option II. If you wish, you may buy into both First Canadian Mortgage Fund and Firstbank Special Retirement Account. In fact, over the long term and as eco- nomic conditions fluctuate, one option may become more profitable and appropriate than the other. You may switch your savings contributions from one option to another without penalty or charge. The cost of this plan is ininimaL Unlike many other registered retirement savings plans. there is no charge for opening or closing a plan. There is an a.mual Trustee fee of 1 5 of T'o of your per account, to cover registration and the expense of the Trustee of the plan. The amount will be deducted from your share oi the i ncomc of the plan and will be indicated on your statement. The standard management fees will also be applicable MHI start by investing as little as The minimum initial contribution into First Canadian Mortgage Fund and Firstbank Special Retirement Account is (If you invest in both, your first contribution is into each Contributions mav be made at anv iimc. However, the most effective method of participation is on a regular basis. Ask your bank manager to help you work out a regular payment schedule and automatically transfer funds from your bank account to your R R.S.T., as per your instructions. The best time to start is right now. Now is the time to arrange vour saving program for the linurr First Canadian Re- tirement Savings Plans. (Complete information and applications at branches where vou sec this sign ;