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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October LETHIRIDOE Interpreting the News split Informal chat Alvan Antle, left, from Newfoundland and Margaret Cavers, centre, from B.C., members of the Canadian 4-H Club chat with Governor-General Jules Leger at Government-House in Ottawa. Six club members per province were in Ottawa to attend a 4-H Citizenship Seminar. I Income tax cut urged JASPER (CP) The Alberta government should reduce personal income taxes to "the lowest of any Cana- dian 240 delegates to a manpower crisis conference said in a resolution approved here. The resolution, one of 32 approved at the conference sponsored by the Alberta Chamber of Commerce, said surplus government funds from oil taxes, reduced taxes, coupled-with no sales tax, no succession duties and school tax rebates "would help sub- stantially in attracting employees to Alberta's labor force." Bob Chapman, chairman of the conference and president of the Chamber, told a news conference that people shouldn't hold their breath waiting for the government to take action. "But we have created a momentum at the conference that will not stop and we will push our resolutions to all the appropriate boards." In another resolution, delegates from industry, labor and government asked the provincial government to "review with our citizens the implications of further in- dustrialization prior to the es- tablishment of development programs." "This could mean there would be public hearings but I would suggest the conference wants to have the government explain the philosophy of WANTED REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Youthfrl personnel for fully modern auto- motive shop. Must have acetylene welding knowledge, top wages, company benefits, good working hours. Right person can advance repidly. APPLY BOX 69 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WANTED Feed Mill Operator for Feed Mill. Agricultural, Grain Elevator or feed mill experience very benefical. Wages negotiable.- State age, experience and phy- sical fitness. Duties to commence immediately. Contact: HOLT'S FARM RANCH SUPPLIES LTD. 5308-51 Strwt Uoydmiiwter, Alberta LARGE GENERAL MOTORS DEALERSHIP IN LETHBRIDGE Requires Journeyman Mechanic or Apprentice. Full Company Benefits. Contact Gordon SmHtoon, Sorvfco Manager Beny Chevrolet Oldsmebile PhoiM 328-1101 RESTAURANT MANAGER Required for Lethbridge location. Must have minimum two years experience as a manager of a successful restaurant Liberal salary and bonus program. Replies held in strict confidence. SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. Sto. 107, TOt Ml AvWHM S.W. Caloarf Alberta Phone aC3-9tS3 development and develop a public rapport for the discus- sion of said Reg Basken, president of the Alberta Federation of Labor. Industry and labor were called upon in another motion to eliminate unjustified barriers in job placement and to provide inducements such as child care services to get more people into the job market. In emphasizing the need to bring more women into the labor force, delegates asked all sectors to implement programs to ease the entry of women into the work force and to develop upgrading programs specifically design- ed for women. The provincial government was asked to increase both the quantity and quality of long range forecasting and to have labor information dis- seminated by one government agency. Ambassador welcomed at Dakar DAKAR (Reater) Presi- dent Leopold Senghor accepted the credentials Wednesday of Canadian am- bassador to Senegal, Joseph Couvrette, and said Senegal will open a diplomatic mission in Ottawa soon. Couvrette paid tribue to what he termed the excellent relations between the two countries. Plague kills WINDHOEK, South-West Africa (Reuter) people have died from bubonic plague in the Ovambo district of South-West Africa Dr. J. A. Ossthuysen, director of health services, said Wednesday. The outbreak was confined to one area and the situation is under control, Oosthuysen added. Draftees out WASHINGTON (AP) The United States Army announc- ed yesterday it will discharge its last draftees before U.S. Thanksgiving Day, Noy 28. The army said the action is possible because of what it called its "success in recruiting a volunteer force.1'' Authority to draft men into the armed forces died on June 30. 1973. NEW PRESIDENT PORTCARLING, Ont