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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 LETHBRIDGE HERALD-Wedneoday, November 20, 1974 Finds business is booming Fanne Foxe meets the press m Boston before re- Mills and a jump mto Washington's T.dal Basin The summg her stripping career bolstered by publicity mcident caused her salary to jump from a week she received after a late-night drive with Rep Wilbur to about S3 000 Cause host of problems Auto-makers irked at gov't budget TORONTO (CP) Cana- dian auto makers say the special excise tax on heavy cars proposed in the federa'l budget Monday will cause a host of problems and solve nothing James G Dykes general manager of the Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Association said Tuesday "As we understand it the tax is to be assessed on the weight of the car at the time of the sale to the dealer including all articles in the car at the time Who has the scales, and where will they be9 A full tank of gas could boost the cost another S30 The tax applies to cars weighing more than 4 500 pounds and station wagons of more than 5 100 pounds The tax is on the first 100 pounds an additional ?25 on the second 100 pounds and more on each subsequent 100 pounds Mr said it will further widen the gap m Cana dian and United States car prices which the government has been urging Canadian producers to close It Aill H'scrirninate against the sale of larger North American built cars and will be an asset to im- ports The tax won t save fuel and will cause to delay ordering optional equipment, he said Wheat Pool earnings up Sugar firm profits up REGINA (CP) The Saskatchewan Wneat Pool earned million on its 1973 74 operations the Pool s board of directors reported to day as the organization open- ed its 50th annual meeting further details were given in a statement by Pool secretary J 0 Wright except for the statement that the earnings are Mgmficath higher than the previous records for the organization SAGmw Mich (AP) Michigan Sugar Co said Tues- its profits during the past 12 months were up 2000 per cent the 1973 fiscal year with sales just about doubled The profits would have been a 4 000 per cent increase ex cept for a change in ac- counting procedures the com- pany said Michigan Sugar is the states largest piocessor of beet sugar wlco Beautiful x 10" Portrait COMING TO WOOLCO: TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 19th and 20th A.M. to P.M. 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College 2025 Mayor Msgrath Drive Monday Tuesdav Wednendsv 3 00 s rr ;r t CO p m Thu-sday A 3 3C a TI to 9 30 p n 9 CO 'o 6 o I- m f BBlWIIHCOTOfclUI SATISFACTION GUARANTEED May operate some flights immediately Air Canada gets new U.S. routes WASHINGTON (Reuter) President Ford has signed an order giving Air Canada new routes between the United States and Canada, the U S Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) announced today Some of the new i outes may begin immediately Others will be phased in over the next live vears Authority for the new flights came as a result of a bilateral agreement between the U S and Canada last May 8 amend- ing the air transport agree- ment ol 1966, the CAB said The CAB said Air Canada may begin operating imme- diately the following routes Halifax to Boston and New MLA hopeful to seek Grit party leadership WINNIPEG (CP) Paul Marion, the former deputy mayor of Winnipeg who was elected to the Manitoba Legislature last year, today announced he will seek the leadership of the Manitoba Liberal Party He is the first candidate to declare himself formally for the leadership post being vacated by Izzy Asper The leadership convention is to be held in late February Mr Marion also announced, as expected, that he will contest the Dec 20 by elec- tion in St Boniface Con- stituency in an effort to retain the seat declared vacant by the courts after an election dispute over the 1973 results in the Winnipeg riding A Liberal nominating meeting to select a by elec- tion candidate is to be held SALE PRICES INCREASE TORONTO (CP) The average sale price of proper- ties sold in Canada during the first nine months of 1974 increased 32 per cent from the same period last year the Canadian Real Estate Association reported Thur sday The average price of properties sold through the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) this year was compared with in 1973 Thursday Mr Marion won a slim vic- tory in the June 28 1973, contest over New Democrat Larry Desjardins then minister of tourism recrea- tion and cultural affairs However, the minister started proceedings under the controverted Elections Act Mr Marion did not contest the petition and the election was ruled void by Manitoba Court of Queen s Bench Mr Marion told a news conference today he had decided to seek the Liberal leadership after a meeting Monday with Liberal MLAs But he added with a note of optimism that his cam- paign would not begin until he had regained the St Boniface seat York via Saint John, N B and Yai mouth, N S Montreal to New York, Toronto to New Yoik, Toronto to Cleveland via Hamilton and London, Ont Montreal and Toronto to Chicago and Montreal to Tampa and Miami, Fla Also Montreal and Toronto to Los Angeles, Edmonton and Calgary to San Francisco, Calgary and Winnipeg to New York Toronto to Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston, Tex Quebec to New York, and Halifax to Montreal via Bangor and Portland Me Other routes involving Cal- gary, Montreal and Toronto and Chicago Cleveland and Boston will be permitted April 25 1976 New routes affecting Edmonton and Calgary to Los Angeles Sydney, N S to Boston and Regma and Win- nipeg to Chicago will go into effect April 30, 1978 A route between Montreal and Toronto to San Francisco will begin April 29 1979 TROJAN Exploding one more myth about vodka I'lmetoM'i straight on i lip old pot no i ill.u v CUM; vodka doc-Mi I ome from spud'- tiadit lon.ilK n m ide hom pine mMin is one odk.i ih.u ,js 11 irl.tion d i fillet nm for pin il I he diffcieni e plain and il i inlo i! -wouldn't die Jin of uoini: .IIMHIM the ji.nn Genuine vodka Genuine value i 11 l r MIC l 1 r "I I i n. n n n 11 1 i ;