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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 28, 1970 THE lETHBRIDGE HEMilD 21 Cross transfer report denied BERNE (Reuter) A Cana- dian embassy official denied Friday a press report that James A. Roberts, Canada's ambassador here, had negoti- ated In Algeria to arrange the transfer of the kidnappers of Honorary militia post for Mmiroe EDMONTON (CP) Boss Munro, 57, publisher of the Ed- monton Journal, has been ap- pointed honorary lieutenant colonel of an Edmonton based militia unit, the 20 Field Regi- ment, Royal Canadian. Artillery. The appointment was an- nounced by Donald S. Macdon- ald, minister of national de- fence. A distinguished journalist and former war correspondent, Mr. Munro served overseas as cor- respondent for The Canad i a n Press during the Second World War. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 British diplomat James (Jas- per) Cross from Canada. Lucien Villeneuve third sec- retary at the embassy, told Reuter the ambassador arrived back from Algiers two weeks ago after a three-week: stay Roberts is accredited to Algeria as well as Switzerland, and the visit was among regular con- tacts maintained with the Alge- r i a n government, Villeneuve said. Roberts may have brought up the subject of Cross unofficially and in general terms during his contacts there, but he had not been engaged in any negotia- tions for the transfer of the kid- nappers, said Villeneuve. The ambassador was away from Berne Friday and not available for comment. Monsoon kills JAKARTA (AP) Fifteen persons have drowned in raging floods following heavy monsoon rains in the towns of Tjiamis and Garut in West Java, the inde- pendent daily Merdeka reported Friday. Merdeka said villagers found the bodies after the flood waters covered hundreds of acres of ricetields' and roads, cutting off connections with sur- rounding towns. AIL-TIME RECORD PRICE This portrait, painted by Velasquez in 1649 just for practice, was sold af auction in London to a New York dealer for the all-time record price of million. Spanish master's work is a painting of his mulatto Juan de Pareja. LONG DISTANCE IS HALF A BUCK IS HALF A BUCK 0 ON SUNDAY ON SUNDAY Onry Alberta hss it! DDD rates. You can phone anyone in Alberta from any. other Alberta point at fifty cents or less for three great minutes if you dial direct. Best of all, low SUNDAY-50 rates are In effect every week .from Saturday midnight to 6 a.m. Monday, dp not apply to person-to-person, collect, third party billing, tins and charge, pay phone, or credit card If you happen to live in an area without DDD service, SUNDAY-50 rates apply to station-to-station calls placed the .Operator. Sclerosis grant awarded CALGARY (CP) A grant of has been awarded to Dr. J. N. Hawthorne, a Univer- sity of Calgary scientist, for a study into the causes of mul- tiple sclerosis. He will co-ordinate the work of an eight-man team. They are investigating the parts and functions of nerve cells, espe- cially the outer layers of the cells, the myelin sheath. Multiple sclerosis is a disease of nervous tissue, especially the brain and spinal cord, which is progressive and which eventually can cause tremors J paralysis. Cause of the dis- ease is still unknown. New price control talks set TORONTO (CP) Business and Industry leaders are sched- uled to meet with the prices and Incomes commission in Ottawa next Tuesday for another dis- cussion on the future of price restraints. The present which business agreed to keep price Increases below cost in- Big spender bets on Stampeders OTTAWA (CP) Steve Paproski Centre) offered to wager in the Commons Friday against Prime Minister Tru- deau that Calgary Stamped- ers will win the Grey Cup. He asked Speaker Lucien Lamoureux to "book the bet." The former Edmonton Es- kimos player said he under- stands that Mr. Trudeau has picked his hometown team, Montreal Alouettes. Mr. Trudeau gave no sign that he would accept the wager. Looking for a Great Buy in a Truck? See STOCK NO. AY9J2 1969 GMC TON Long wheel base, fleet side, V-8, 4 speed, custom rear bumper, miles, spot- leii. ACT FAST, ONLY 2495 Trade Accepted! Many Mara Truck Buys Just Like This ati UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd AVB. 3rd St. S. Phone 327-2805 duo to expire at the end of this year. The commission Is seeking a six-month extension, although perhaps with some amendments in the formula. Ever since the commission started asking business for some new agreement, business has been taking a tough stand. Its main complaint is that or- ganized labor has not agreed to any moderation of wage de- mands. Business leaders now arc re- ported to be in general, al- though not unanimous agree- ment, on accepting some new agreement. J. AUyn Taylor of London, Out., immediate past president of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, gave a hint of the stand business is taking in a To- ronto speech this week when he said: "I believe business and indus- try will turn a deaf ear to sug- gested extension pf their volun- tary restraint commitment Into 1971, unless there la clear evi- dence of labor participation. Neither cajoling nor threat of compulsion is lively to persuade them otherwise." STLWULATED INDUSTRY The railways' demands for rails and wheels stimulated Canadian iron industry. Banff, Jasper, Yohp and Kootenay National Parks Public Hearings parts are-hereby aedicated to the people of Canada for their benefit, education and and such parks shall be maintained and made use of so as 16 leave than unimpaired for the enjoyment of future generations." SECTION 4: NATIONAL tARKs ACT Public hearings are being held across Canada on provisional mastor plans for devel- opment and use of national parks. The plans outline the Government's proposals for intensity of park use, interpretation of natural history, protection of park environment and development of visitor facilities. Hearings will be convened in Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver to hear end recommendations on the provisional master plans for Banff, Jasper, Yoho and Kootenay National Parks. (Separate- public discussion will take place on plans related to the townsites of Banff and Jasper.) There are four individual plans to be reviewed but because these parks are contiguous they are being considered as a unit for the pur- pose of public hearings. Dates and places of these hearings will be announced in near future, but a minimum of 90 days from November 13 will be allowed for the pre- paration of briefs and submissions. Interested individuals and organizations are invited to sitenit written briefs, in either official language, on any one or all of theplans and to indicate if they wish ot speak at the hearings. Copies of all four plans may be obtained for S2.00 or individual copies for each (remitmoney order or certified chequepayable to theReceiver General of Regional Director, WesternRcgionB National and Historic Paris Branch, 300 Customs Building, Calgary 21, Alberta. Written briefs andiequcslstospeal: atetobesentto: Secretary, Public Hearings Pro National and Historic Paries Branch, 400 Laurier AvenuaWeat, Ottawa 4, Ontario. lieHon.JeffiChre'tien.P.C.M.P. Minister of Indian Affairs and, NoitllcnilDfiTcIopnisnt Present Philips Stereos Play For Keeps FULLY TRANSISTORIZED FUNCTION CONTROL TAPE INPUT AND OUTPUT TUNING METER CONTROL CENTRE PUSH BUTTONS PRIVATE LISTENING DIAMOND STYLUS RECORD STORAGE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRES Styled for you and your World MODEL R400 Enjoy the luxury of a long, low contemporary cabinet that never losei touch with demandi for this kind of styling. The cabinet Is a full tlxty Inches long. End gables are of heavy wood, finished with hand-rubbed veneers. 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