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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 1971 favors for oil firms EDMONTON Special homes, universities, senior cili- tax concessions fur petroleum sens' tomes and similar or- industries should In1 removed, ganizations be exempt from delegates to the Asso- i 'Hie motion -said taxation ci tion of Munit'ip.il Districts i adds to the operating of Counties Wednes- such organizations. Tho County of Foothills-Little How submitted a resolution which asks for the same elec- tion dates for rural and urban i resolution three-fifths and day The} approved which required majority. Introduced by the County of Vulcan, the motkm said tax concessions to people who de- veloped petroleum industries and thereby cre.iU'-d employ- ment were desirable in the past but the economic picture has changed. ''These companies now recovered their capital invest- ment plus a tidy profit. "Tlie economic picture has changed drastically and grain farming is in a depressed con- dition while the petroleum municipalities. Tho motion, ap- proved by delegates, said the existing difference in dates "causes considerable con- fusion." Delegates approved a resolu- tion asking the AJbcrta govern- U grads find jobs ADULT TRiCYCtE groce Ev Atk store on a three-v A Vancouver tyct nson peddles home from heeled bike thai makes shop manufoclures the EDMONTON fCP) Univer- dustry is booming." the resolu-1 sity Of Alberta students com- tion said. j pleting graduate and post-gra- Delegates also approved a. duate programs are generally resolution submitted by the meeting success in finding County of Newell which asks jobs, Dr. J. H. McGregor, dean that publicly-owned nursing I of [n-aduate studies, says. ment to co-operate with Sas- katchewan on a cost-sharing basis in an effort to push the rat "frontier" further cast. Al- berta now has n program in effect along the Saskatchewan border and is considered rat-free. Illegal strikers don't scare Cote By SUSAN BECKEfl OTTAWA (CP) Postmaster General Jean-Pierre Cote said Wednesday that illegal strike actions by letter carriers will not force him: into decisions he feels are not good for the postal service He also told reporters follow- ing a lengthy session with posial union leaders that a decision probably will lie made this weekend regarding prosecution Otto E. Lang the manpower crop year, Canada sold 30 mil- i.-kcd Japan t'xiav to lower in and immigration minister and j lion bushels to Japan. (arm impfi'-td nil imports of also responsible for tho wheat) The minister also said_thal In visiting Canadian board, told a news conference view of Japan's liberalizing her ho made this request during meeting with Kcktiei Tanaka. and industry minister. Lang said Japanese officials showed "a very sympathetic un- derstanding" to the request. Canada exported ?2 million j bushels cf rapeseed tn Japan during the last crop year ending July 31, and to export to Japan i has been doubling annually, Ire said. Lang arrived Wednesday for a three-day visit to meet with j Japanese government and basi- ls' ti'.'c in .-it Calgary, Ho ness leaders concerned with the in 1W2 to de- ability of Canadian exporters tn vnir his tuno to Brahma provide grain mid meat compel- buli downing. itively (o Japan fcnivr rccX'O inan ap- i Ho expressed the Canadian in a r.'nnlnT of movies, j hupp to sell Japan more barley fin- pic'uros with and rapeseed. said the Adult Authority, was frood on a clerical error. The 46-year-old iron worker re- sides in Oakland with Ids wife and two children. Swoops net 23 gunmen BELFAST (CP) British troops seized 23 suspected gun- men in pre-dawn swoops today, wringing the total arrested under emergency powers in Northern Ireland to more than The raids centred on known strongholds of the outlawed Irish Republican Army. They bring to the num- ber known arrested since the Northern Ireland government nvukeri powers of internment without trial Aug. 9. Of those, about half have been subsequently released. Approxi- mately 300 are under inaeunite Internment as suspected IRA men, and the rest are in jail awaiting assessment of their cases. In addition, more than 300 men have been arrested since Aug. 9 under the normal crimi- nal law controlling use of fire- arms and explosives. Security forces claim that ar- rests on this scale, coupled with ms seizures ar.d battle casual- ties, have dealt a major blow to the LRA's campaign to unite Northern Ireland with the Irish Republic. Barricades went up again In Londonderry after the shooting of a 14-year-old boy who the arrr.y says was hit; by a gun- men's bullet intended for a Brit- ish soldier. On the political front, Harold Wilson, leader of Britain's Labor party, has rejected the idea cf suspending the Northern Ireland government for a year to let a commission sort out its troubles. Weather and road report SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNSET S or hi government of- j recovering cuts men's UJERR Tlie Shape of Things to Conw and hums in hc.-pifal Police identified tho man as Joan-Uic RniveL, possibly from (.ho Quelx'f ,iron. They .said he was the bnmb it exploded in his hands. Dr. Gerai'd Auniont, assistant medical director at St. Luc Hos- pital, said the man was brought in Wednesday night "in pretty i bad shape and He said his (PI today. Bums covered 15 per their own meeting and would I HI ill ncr. comment on the talks. increase over l T the terms of an j Loiigliced would be night "m pretty j rip d badly burned." I lOD I Ol'V condition was bet- i J LCthbr'ulgc Medicine Hat Creek Calgary Edmonton Banff Brando Prairie so" 1nncc Vancouver bilralion report issued today by Mr. Justice Nathan Ncmetz of the B.C. Court of Appeals. Tue binding decision gives the j members of the Interna- i prj tional Brotherhood of Electrical Battleford Workers a per cent increase cent of _ his bcdy. There had Bill'Downton, oeen serious danuige to his eyes CALGARY (CP) Lawyer retroactive to last April 1 when their prewous contract expired and another 7.9 per cent start- ing Jan. 1. The appointment of Mr. Jus- for campaign I but a prognosis on whether he Credil condidat says would Jose his eyesight could Pclc.r I not be made. j North Bay Regina Winnipeg Toronto Oltawa Montreal Phoenix Rome Paris L Prc i London ___ Berlin .01 .03 61 37 S3 37 54 47 59 50 43 34 50 41 44 32 lice Ncmetz brought about tlie i Quebec end of a province-wide strike I 1 JEbati censure motion close JLWSALEM CAP) An op- position party motion calling for the resignation of Foreign Min- ister Abba Eban was narrowly j election, said the premier has I defeated by a vote 27 to 22 in a increased his executive assis- I sloiiny session in Israel's par-! I liament todav. a teani of executive assistants to seek the; federal Progressive offcred ]2 cent Conservative leadership. He told a service club Mr. Lougheed would quit pro- vincial politics before the next Alberta election and try for tlie federal leadership in 1973. Mr. Downton, who worked earlier this year after months of I Halifax fruitless negotiations. The union Frcdericton Chicago for Jay Salmon In the Aug. SO tsnts to five from two. "A premier can't, by any The attack on Eban arose stretch of the imagination, use from remarks he made regard- ing Naxi war trials while on an American television slrow last five executive assistants for business, but these would be useful In a federal TAKE A GOOD LONG LOOK INTO THE FUTURE Then and nut on a good front In a fine Cabretta leather Coat from McGwire's. Madn from quality Austral Sheepskin it has a soft velvety finish for com- fart supreme truly a lol of coat for very littla broad. OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS! People Going Maces Shop McGuircx! ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH 11th St. and 4lh Ave. S. SERVICE OF WITNESS Friday, Nov. 19th- 7 p.m. THE VERY REV. H. C. N. WILLIAMS PROVOST OF COVENTRY CATHEDRAL He will be accompanied by the Bishop of Calgary, THE RT. REV. M. L GOODMAN had sought a 22-per-cent crease and Hydro had originally Los Angeles San Diego In his report, Mr. Justice Ne- San Francisco metz said both sides agreed to (he two-year term of the new agreement. i On tlie issue of contracting out by Hydro, the crown corpo- j ration must in the future re- quire contractors using unor- ganized later to maintain the same standards of wages and working conditions as the union agreement. "It is apparent that the Hydro is now distributing its work among larger number of small contractors, many of whom have no collective agreements with organized tlie re- port said. Cn BolnUon allowances, Mr. Justice Ncmciz ruled that it would not be advisable to make any charge in the index prior to a scheduled review of the sys- tem next year, "I have every confidence that after receipt of that (review) the parties will be able lo estab- lish an equitable cutoff point on the revived isolation index be- fore the termination of the new he wrote. Amsterdam Brussels Madrid...........53 39 Moscow 37 30 Stockholm IS Tokyo ............52 50 FORECASTS Ldllhridgo day: Cloudy prrinds. Light srmv this evening. Lows in flic I'Yday: Sunny periods and windy. Highs 43- 511. Medicine Most- ly cloudy with snowflurries. Lows in the mid 20s. Friday: A few sunny periods. Highs 45- 50. Koofenay, Columbia Today and tomorrow: Sunny witi) doudy periods, except mostly cloudy with snow in the north- ern Columbia region. Highs to- day, 35 to 40; lows tonight, 25 30. Highs Friday in the upper 30s or lows 40s. WELCOME STAMPEDER5 About turned up at the airport here early today to wel- come the Calgary Stampeders hack from n 23-21 win over Saskatchewan Roughriders. HIM-' J IIIC DOWNTOWN ON FIFTH STREET SOUTH For your Dining enjoyment at loum (Elief (NOW LICENSED) "Ria" Will entertain you with her folk songs in our Dining Room from lo p.m. THURSDAYS and FRIDAYS Profeiiional Blclfl. Acrosi from Paramount 'the hub of successful feeding' A complete Factory engineered nrain handling centre for cattle, hog, and poultry feeders. 'Ask about our "Trade-Grain" or "5-year" Finance Plan' GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES g COUTTS HIGHWAY IETHDRIDGE, Alberta OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COUKTESY OF AMA All highways In the Lcth-1 ice sections. Banff-Radium and bridge district are bare and in good winter driving condition. Highway .1, Trans Canada Highway, Calgary lo Golden is bare and in good condition. Golden to Revelstoke has 2 in- ches of now snow, plowed nr.d sanded. Molorists are advised lo watch for slippery and black Banff-Jasper highways are mainly bare, occasional slip- pery sections. Snow tires or chains are required while tra- velling over Hie Rogers Pass, Hanft-Jssper highway and on all Banff National Park ski ac- cess roads. POUTS OF ENTKY (Opening nml Closing Coulls 2-1 hours; Camay 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. MST; Del fionita 9 a.m. to G p.m.; Uoosevillc, B.C. R a.m. lo 5 p.m.; Kingsgntc, B.C., S-l hours; Porthill Uykcrls I! a.m. In Chief Mountain closed. Wildhorse, a a.m. lo p.m. Logan 1'ass closed. ;