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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Step up campaigns against V November 1t7f THI LITHSIUDOE HCHALO 3 Farewell from the G. G. Gov.-Gen. Roland Michener adjusts a National Press Club a gift from Parlia- ment Hill reporters. Mr. fylichener said good-bye to the press corps at an informal luncheon and called their mutual relationship Mr. Michener spent a busy week-end in Toronto attending the college football championship game Saturday and the Grey Cup classic Sunday. Both were held at the CNE stadium. GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET H L Pre. Lethbridge...... 28 5 .04 Pincher Creek 31 21 Medicine Hat 30 4 Edmonton 18 -6 .01 Grande Prairie .23 5 Banff........24 12 Calgary........ 28 -2 Victoria 44 42 .04 Penticton 35 29 .01 Prince George 28 12 Kamloops 35 25 .02 Vancouver...... 40 37 .30 Saskatoon....... 12 1 Regina ......19 -1 Winnipeg......34 14 .14 Toronto 41 36 .02 Ottawa....... 33 29 Montreal.....32 28 St. John's 31 20 Halifax......... 35 22 Charlottetown 31 20 Fredericton 30 16 Chicago 49 48 New York 45 45 .05 Miami 79 74 Los Angeles 66 46 Las Vegas 53 29 Phoenix 60 38 Honolulu........ 85 69 Athens ........68 63 Rome 52 46 Paris........... 40 28 London .......41 27 Berlin.......... 30 27 Amsterdam..... 37 32 Moscow......23 14 Stockholm 28 25 Tokyo.........66 39 Lethbridge Today and Mostly sunny. Gusty west winds. Highs 30-35 both days. Lows 10-20 above. Calgary-Medicine Hat Today. Mostly sunny. Highs 25-30. Lows zero-10 above. .Variable cloudiness. Highs 30-35. Columbia Kootenay Region Cloudy with periods of snow. Mostly cloudy with a few snowflurries. Highs today up- per 20s and lower 30s. Lows tonight 20 to 25. Highs Wednesday 30 to 35. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Partly cloudy and warmer today and Wednesday. Scattered snow showers over western mountains Wednesday. Gusty winds along east slopes of rookies Highs today 34 to 45 west and south 25 to 35 northeast. Lows tonight 20 to 30 west and south 10 to 20 northeast. Highs Wednesday 45 to 55 west and south 35 to 45 northeast. West of Continental Divide Cloudy with periods of snow today thru Wednesday. Highs today and Wednesday mostly 30s. Lows tonight 20s. Iran plans exhibit at Expo 674 Wash. Iran announced today it would participate in Expo World's Fair officials said. Iran becomes the 10th na- tion to announce plans to spon- sor a national exhibit at the environmental fair opening a six-month run in Spokane next May 4. Officials here said Iran sent its formal announcement from Tehran to the U.S. state department where it was released by the office of U.S. Commissioner General J. Welles who is devoting full time to soliciting foreign participation. Other nations along with the United are the Republic of the Republic of Mexico and Australia. Labor unions out to breach pay code LONDON Labor un- representing three million step up their separate campaigns this week to breach the Conservative government's pay chief weapon in Prime .Minister Edward Heath's attempt to hold down inflation.. Already the government has declared a state of emergency because of industrial action by coal miners and electrical engineers seeking bigger pay raises than the government limit. An overtime ban by the miners has cut coal produc- tion by 25 per cent in the last two weeks coupled with the reduction of oil supplies from the Middle led to the threat of a major power shortage. Leaders of London dockers meet today and are expected to slap down a big Power struggle started in ranks of Labor party New York limes Service JERUSALEM A major power struggle has erupted between Hawks and Doves in Israel's ruling Labor party in the wake of the October war. An angry group of more moderate members of the party has mounted what appears to be the most serious challenge in years to the leadership of the more hard-line figures who have set the nation's policies for the last six years. The outcome of the struggle will have a telling impact on the composition of the next Israeli government and the positions it adopts in a full- scale peace conference with the Arab states. is the moment of truth for both the Hawks and the Mattitiahu Dief raps lack of oil action TORONTO The teu- eral government should have acted earlier to avert the oil shortage now facing former prime minister John Diefenbaker said Saturday Mr. Diefenbaker told mem- bers of the Scarborough East Progressive Conservative Association that there is no reason why Canada should be short of oil. The' former prime minister said Prime Minister Trudeau ignored warnings to extend the interprovincial pipeline from Sarnia to Montreal to carry Alberta oil to eastern refineries. As a he Quebec and the Mantimes now must rely on expensive afffl increasingly scarce imports of foreign oil. It was Mr Diefenbaker's Progressive Conservative government that established the 1961 national oil which divided Canada into two areas fon oil consump- east to be provided with imported which was then relatively and the west with more expensive Canadian oil. The purpose of the policy was to guarantee a market for the Alberta-based Canadian oil industry. a former top general who has emerged as a leading Dovish said in an inter- view. the older it's a question of survival. For the it's a matter of whether they have the courage to come of The surprise Arab attack on Israel on Oct. 6 has strengthened the position and influence of the moderate elements in the Labor party rather than diminished as originally was thought. Many of the views of the Hawks were discredited during the war and the hard line leaders are taking much of the blame. The main targets of the moderates are Defense Minister Moshe Israel the influential minister without to a lesser Premier Golda Meir. The moderates want to see .Deputy Premier Yigel Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir and Minister of Commerce and Industry Haim Bar-Lev move into the key positions. They are also call- ing for significant cabinet roles for such as Yitzhak former chief of staff and ambassador to the United and Maj. Gen. Aharon the chief negotiator in the current talks with the Egyptians. The struggle is likely to reach a climax this Wednes- day when the party's 150 member central committee is scheduled to hold a day-long emergency debate. At the end of what promises to be an acrimonious the com- mittee may well vote on con- fidence motions on the government. This challenge to the leadership has emerged with surprising force and speed in the last two to three weeks. The struggle broke into the open last Thursday at a stormy meeting of the Labor coalition in Tel Aviv. On the same the Labor party's official published an article by Zvi a leading young demanding the resignations of Mrs. Meir and Dayan. The appearance of the arti- cle in the official party jour- nal enraged Mrs. who took the floor to demand a full scale debate to determine is for who is for what and who writes Linden Post Drivers Buy Your Post Driver Now and Extra Discount While Stock Lasts At GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutta Ben 1202 Phone 329-1161 Highway 1 reported bare and dry. Widening of one mile sec- tion of Highway No. 3 east of Fort Macleod Is in progress. All remaining highways are in good driving condition. PORTS OF ENTRY and Closing Carway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.-Chief Mountain Coutts 24 Del Bonita 9 a.m. to 6 Kingsgate 24 Porthill-Rykerts 8 a.m. to wild Horse8a.m. RoosevilleSa.m. to midnight. Logan Pass closed. You have to meet your future in-laws in the East sometime. Do it right now and youll save on your Air Canada fare. That's right take an 8-30 day trip to the East and you can save on your return economy air if you go when our special Canada apply. See your travel agent or Air Canada and ask for further details. Then come see what you've been Al R CANADA EXPLORE CANADA FARES make it easier lo get around Canada l. l-Min m hitih I ri mid. Sun main pay claim. An unofficial com- mittee of dockers leaders has called a one-day strike across the country for next Monday to press claims for a huge raise. Representatives of local council manual workers will meet Tuesday to discuss a pay offer which falls well short of their demand. it is the turn of gas workers to lodge their claim for a big raise. Also standing in the queue to challenge the government's policy are ambulance provincial jour- London trans- port London the two million workers in the engi-. neerine industry. All the unions are demanding raises in excess of phase three of the government's wage-price controls. These limit increases to an average of seven per cent with extra payments for working social Prime Minister Heath has called the miners' leader in for a meeting Wednesday. He is expected to emphasize that on no account can the gov- ernment limit be breached. But miners' leader Lawrenca Daly are not going to Downing Street to be told by Ted Heath or anyone else that we accept the the overtime ban the government Pedestrians big problem during driving ban was coming under increasing pressure from oil companies and the road haulage to introduce oil rationing. The government has appealad to companies and individuals to reduce consumption by 10 per cent. A government plea to motorists to save gasoline by not driving on Sunday met with a mixed response. Traf- fic in Northern England was down by up to 50 per cent. But in the London area there were more cars on the road than usual on Sundays though many filling stations remained closed. The government estimates current oil stocks at 64 days supply. At the present rate of consumption it will reach the accepted of 54 to 55 days around mid- oil industry sources say. FRANKFURT Two West German highway patrol- men spent most of their time shooing curious pedestrians and cyclists off an empty stretch of autobahn near Frankfurt airport. because of the driving people think they can go wherever they said one waving back a middle-aged couple trailing a dachshund along the highway's shoulder. Many of the strollers were armed with cameras to record the first day of the ban by the West German and West Berlin governments on Sunday pleas- ure driving. Normally as many as cars pass hourly along the stretch of Germany's primary north-south highway. But on the country's first earless Sunday there were more jetliners landing than cars on the road. In one 90-minute the patrolmen stopped only nine cars to check for official waiv- ers All nine passed. Police throughout West Germany re- ported overwhelming com- pliance with the ban. suggested the bad weather played a role. Along West Berlin's mam the it was regular Hundreds of youths danced in the street and a bonfire was lit at night. One youth dressed as an Arab sheik was chased by four cvrlists to the amusement of milling crowds. Bans on Sunday driving be- cause of the Arab oil squeeze were also in force in the Neth- erlands. Swit- zerland. Denmark. Lux- embourg and the tiny prin- cipality of Liechtenstein. Italy joins next Sunday. The conser- vation measure cleared about 25 million motor vehicles from Europe's 20 million of them in West Ger- many. DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN LETHBRIDGE Burning Rectal Itch Relieved In Minutes One of the most common af- flictions is a condition known as It is most embarrassing for the sufferer during the day and especially aggravating at night. If you want satisfactory good news. 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