Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, October 14, 197) THE lETHtRIDGI HERAID 15 Alberta Liberal party to get shot in the arm o EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta Liberal party has adopted a new plan to rejuve- nate the party in time for the next provincial election, says party leader Bob Russell. Mr. Russell said in an inter- view that the Liberals plan to elect officers in all provincial constituencies by the end of 1972. He and the party presi- dent will visit each consti- tuency in the same period. The party plans to hire a pro- vincial organizer next year. Mr. Russell also said that a thinkers' conference on provin eial affairs will be held in 1973 instead of the party's annua convention. SEEK 4-DAY WEEK ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) The Civil Service Employees Asso elation says it will seek a four day work week in its next rounc of bargaining talks with Nev York state. Under the proposal state employees would work tin same number of hours a week for most New York work ers. FALL CLEARANCE From PREBCO! 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Finance road to pulp mill GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) County council has approved a million money bylaw to fi- nance eight miles of paved road to the new Procter and Gamble cellulose pulp mill southeast of hero. Residents of the county have tired to stop passage of the by- law twice, saying the ?80 mil- lion mill is entitled lo a road but that gravel would be cheap- er County councillors however, say pavement witl attract oth- er industries which will broad- en the tax base of the county. Tories shelve election promises EDMONTON (CP) Oil and revenues will have to increase gas revenues mil have to in- .crease before Alberta's Pro- gressive Conservative govern- ment can make good its elec- tion promises, says Provincial Treasurer Gordon Miniely. Because of the drift of ex- ploration interest from Alberta in the years since royalties for oil and gas were last ne- gotiated, new approaches to re- venues must be studied, he said in an interview. New meUiods for collecting oil Bridge repairs lo be shared EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta government has agreed to pay Edmonton 75 per ccnl of the cost of a million renovation to the High Level Bridge near downtown, Mayor Jvor Dent announced today. The province originally had refused to pay the money, but it was discovered that the bridge is a connecting link to proincial highways royalties, designed to increase exploration investment were being studied by the govern- ment. "The industry possibly could get a better break royally-wise if it is developing jobs through renewed exploration." WILL HAVE TO WAIT Mr. Minielv said removal of some social costs from prop- j erty tax is one commitment! that will have to wait. But, some form of senior citi- zen relief would be granlod, likely at the first session of the legislature next spring. ''We will have to implement spending programs on a staged basis. It will take some time, we aren't going to do it in month or in a year." Mr. Mimiely estimated that if education costs w ere dropped from all properly tax, including industry, the govern- ment would have lo get million, S20 to S25 million from homeowners alone. He said restructuring of the property tax must be accom- panied by a total review of municipal and province! pow- ers, and even federal powen. Want to become an Electrician? Wire your basement or garage We are offering on introduction to the electrical trade for those who plan to apprentice, but the progrart, is also designed for individuals who desire to acquire a basic understanding of electrical work. Length of Program: 8 weeks (October 25 to December 17, 1971) For further information contact Director of the School of Technical-Vocational Education LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Phone: 327-2141 SIMPSONS-SEARS Favorite Treats for Little Ghosts and Goblins SAG OF 40-5c SUCKERS. Reg. 1.66 120 ALLAN'S TREAT POPS. Reg. 13-01. COIN CHEWS. Reg. 99c 50-Jc MINT PATTIES. Reg. 99c UCORICE TREATS. 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