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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wedneidny, November 8, 1972_________________ Americans get no favors under immigrant rules I Potato board liopes Czech french fries pan out OTTAWA (CP Americans, including draft dodgers and deserters, will be treated like citizens of any other country under Canada's tiglrtened im- migration rules. Immigration Minister Bryce lUackasey has made it plain: ''Nrobody will be allowed to ap- ply for landed immigrant status from within Canada." The new rule, imposed last Friday, puts an end to the right of visitors to Canada to apply for immigration while visiting here. Under a I9C9 law, visitors had an advantage over appli- cants from abroad because they could stay in Canada whilo their npplicalion wont through appeal process that could last several years. Mr. Mackascy said Friday the new rule has "nothing to du with draft-dodgers." Like other visitors, they had been allowed to apply for landed immigrant status in the past, and many had been accepted. But from now on, they must apply from outside Canada. The minister acknowledged, however, that visitors from any country could convince immi- gration officers they are gen- uine tourists, then "fade into cblivlon" in Canada and ille- gally get jobs. That was a problem faced by all countries accepting tourists. Generally, visitors are per- mitted lo slay in Canada for up to days and are not allowed to lake jobs. The United Stales Is the pest source ol both tourists and immigrants. Mr. Mackasey also explained the government's view on ac- cepting draft-dodgers as immi- grants, however they apply. decided as government policy that this was an inlernal U.S. matter and we weren't go- ing lo penalize these young people because of laws unioue to Lheir own counUy. We weren't at war." GHARLOTTETOWN (CP) Czech trench fries from Prince Edward Island po- lalODG'.' The P.E.I. Market Develop- ment Centre and I he Island Potato Marketing Board hope it pans out. One .hundred pounds of island-grown potatoes en route by nir for Prague where thtly arc to he used lor testing in the making of french fries. The shipment is a follow- tlrough of n visit to Prince Edward Islouid last summer of a delegation from Czech- oslovakia. Don Wood of the Develop- ment centre said Tuesday about half the Initial shlo- ment to Czechoslovakia will he used in processing french fries and (he remainder in field (rials to gauge yield and quality. He explained Ihat Ihc East- o-ii bloc country grows mainly vcllow fleshed "o- tatocs which are not salistac- loi'V for Trench fries. If the tests prove favorable, re Ihe potential for sale.s In Czechrwlnv'-ja is very promising Indeed." STRIKE FRAIl Volcanic eruptions have cnntl- vatcd, dismayed and terrified mankind from primitive times lo the present. YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER 642 13th Street North Phone 328-5742 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Prices in Effect November 9th, 10th, llth. Foods Meats Canada Choice Canada Good "We invite you to try our meots The Best In Town" "We will cut our meats to suit your requirements" t foods t No. I or 2 Canada Grade A Chuck CHUCK STEAK or ROUND BONE ROAST No. 1 or 2 Canada Grade A Cross Rib Roasts Burns Bulk Wieners Rib or Butt End Pork Chops Whole Fresh Frying Chicken I B.C. 4 QQ AppleS Cee Grade Vu Pack............Box brOpCS California Emperor Ib. Mandarin Oranges Alberta Grown Canada No. 1 ..........2 Ib. bag BC cooker 3 Coffee SBERRJFS ASST. Nabob Ail Purpose Grfeund 2 Ib. nett wt. Jelly Powders Go Apricot si FIVE HOSES 20 IBs. net wt. GRANULATED 10 IDS. net wi. Mayfair Foods Dairy and Frozen Products fa, 1-DO Kraft Canadian 1 -00 Kraft Parkay Margarine 3lbsnelwtpks Swanson Dinner Strawberries "70, w, 1 Aylmer Cream of Muihroom, Chicken i AA Noodlo or Chicken 10 02. net 0 f0r I Detergent OI. 79c UXydOl King Siio Size Free........ pkg. 2.1 9 rac. Tissue pink, while, or Ydiow 2oo'i 3 phgj. 1.00 Tomatoes 3 ,in, 1.00 T.V. Australian Raisins 2 ,b nsl wt.....pkg 69s T.V. Australian Currants ,b nel wl. pkg 37c Hersheys Cbc. Cwips nc, 65c AL_-M' _ Aylmer Red Giacs i AP Cherries ,t nc, 1.05 Cherries 59c Glace Fruit Cake Mix Pk9. 69c Glace Mix Fesl 35c Pineapple Rings 35c Miracle Whip Krefr..............32 79c Bleach Frtneh Mnid.................. 89c YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER MIHALIK'S foods 642 13th Streef North Lethbridga Phone 328-5742 FREE CITY DEIIVERY ON LARGE ORDERS STORE HOURS: Mon., Tuoi., Wad., Sal. a.m. till p.m. Thursday nnd Friday n.m. lo p.i SEARCH FOR MISSING GIRL Mrs. Gisela Bauer watches as Toronto billboard crew pastes sign seeking her 14-year-old daughter, Ingrid, who has been missing from her Klienburg, Ont., home since Aug. 16. Ingrid walked out of her horns to hitchhike to visit her boyfriend and hasn't been seen since. A lolal of 42 billboards have been put up across Canada, Native groups in north unhappy with omcial OTTAWA (CP) Uneasy re- Union. In Russia, he said natu- The native groups lations between ral gas pipelines and their that they were not sure how de- Stuart Hodgson of the vclopments were hailed velopment of Russia's northern west Territories and great was done but they as- grouos in the North hit a it did not follow tha low Tuesday when the expected In a demo- accused him of being ready sociely. sell out Arctic resources at associated with tha release were the Indian He has, as well, no of the N.W.T. and for native rights, thev charged. "We hope he is not Yukon, Ihc Committee for the Original People's Entitle- for the federal government jffliSte Inuit Taplrisat of Canada though we know he Ls a Brotherhood) and public the representing Metis and groups said In a news Federation of Alaskan Na- 1 Mr. HodPson, speaking to H Canadian Club in Toronto Hodgson first aroused lha H said firms which of the groups when a let- millions of dollars in the North H should be encouraged "instea( H of being slighted and In some H cases condemned." H Hu a bo contrasted Canadian 1 viewpoints on northern A" Ik "tiL JL nL BHHb he sent lo Northern Development Minister Jean Chretien earlier this year questioned the government policy of funding native organizations. He said the policy was frus- ment with those in the the will of UK N.W.T. which he heads Tha has most of the legisla- 1 Order powers of a provincial gOT-eminent. In their news release Tues- day, Uie native groups said Hodgson was sliowinff a 1 forged for the concern of native people" who are seeking compensation for their land claims before development place. OSHAWA, Ont. (CP) Investigation was said that his remarks could I Msyor Ed McNeely said by Mr. McNeely after harm talks now going on day Uie investigation into Osh-1 awa's role in the crash of an er, Sabre jet last Sept. U in B Sacramento, Calif. Ihat allegedly destined to be a monument in Oshawa, crashed inlc an ice-cieam parlor in ncilivc organizations and federal officials who are seeking a compromise on development problems. 22 persons, disclosed that spokesman said the matter 1 city's purchase order for a government be taken (o Mr. Clirelien 1 airframe contained n in Washington said other cabinet ministers lo 1 signature. 1 The mayor said the invostiga-1 lion now is in the hands of Ihc accident that Crown As-sols Corp., which disposes whether Mr. Hodgson's remarks arc jovci.-iimcnt policy. H C'OWn attorney's office HOW- CnniKt.i'c cnmlni: E ever no one at the office would 1 told two Gripped 41slf, down F-8G jets lo Oshawa. j 1 11 i McNeely said the cily or- j dcreil only one jet ant ICflFllCll Oil it now is a monument at E made airport. He said he has instructed Ihe city solicitor to investigate the ownership of laics (CP) 'die trans- news Mann, former general of the Chamlny- of Vn <-sr" Commerce which wan involved lo, wllh 1 OTTAWA (CP) The the purchase, said a oi iccicrai car safety 1 choice open to persons more 1 than 05 years of ago is to him during Ihe investigation did have an department said in a press release Monclav that the 1 for nn average M.200 more than ono "has been warned that it 1 or retire on a year, when Ihe comply v.illi all provisions 1 tlic fiu.hcrs of ,1 report on my hands lo go to the federal Motor Vehicle 1 economics of was just one nirframe Act." j The Canadian Press he said investigations dis- 1 erroneously Nov. 2, when McNeely said that Renault did nol fol- I paper was presented at a no question (hat (here was regulations in eight known 1 sor meeting of the signatire on (he by not attaching lo cars 1 Committee on Urhnn which nrrivcd in safely Information la- ics, that the choice cited by authors was between labels give information nually in retirement or work engine sellings needed for about a cxhansl emissions, (ire Tho main point still is Ihal IJealll maximum loading the elderly arc destined lo manufacturing dale. poor whether they continue to work or retire. Dr. Honald press release said lonmill has begun additional Crowley said Tuesday In an checks at its SI. llninn. Morocco plant as a result of Iho Crowley, n researcher A military Iribunnl ivilh (he urban affairs depart- .rentenccs licrc on II company has also lakcn mcnl, prepared Ihc paper in co- crs on n mid-air nllcinpt lo ensure thai all vehicles operation with David P. Moss assassinate King Hnssnn last their possession through Can- Ihe Cannlian Council on Social is. The verdicts were re- comply wilh Ihc regu- Development. nflcr n Ihrcc-wcpk Cars Imported bv Iho Or. Crowley said Ihc 220 air force officers nnd nr assembled' for figure In Ihc report, nnd ircd men accused of com- in Canada are lioing by CP, represents Ihc average C'ily in slrafinr; king's monitored by ministry salnry level of only cent 727 nirernfl ns he re- transport enforcement cngi- of the work force ovor 05. from a vlsll IB Franco. J ;