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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October 16, 1973-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-21 M CONTRACTS Bobcat work done Phone 327 1227 1346-6N Economy painting and decorating Very neat very reasonable Phone noon or evenings 328 4570 5542-tf J O CONCRETE Quality cement work and Bobcat work sidewalks patios driveways etc Reasonable prices Phone 327- 3432 Free estimates 9885 tf PUBLIC NOTICES' INVITATION TO TENDER Furniture Furnishings for the LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY Lethbndge Alberta Sealed tenders for the supply and m- stallation of Furniture and Furnishings for the LETHBRIOGE PUBLIC LIBRARY will be received up to two o clock p m Mountain Stan dard Time Thursday November 1st 1973 at the office of Robins Mitchell Watson Architects Engineers 529 6th Street South Lethbndge Alberta Tender documents are available from the architects Robins Mitchell Watson after 1 00 p m Tuesday October 16th 1973 Each tender must be accompanied by either a bid bond or certified che que in the amount of 10% of the tender THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED 044 Ethnic worries similar By ANDY ROY OTTAWA (CPl Delegates to the first national con- ference on multiculturalism said Mondav that complaints by various ethnic groups across the country are essen- tially the same We find that delegates from other ethnic groups whether they are black In- dian Italian Polish Slovak or anything else are expressing our own complaints said Toronto lawyer John Vojteck Stephens president of the Slovak Canadian Business and Pt otessional Men s Association It s basically inequality before the law and society As an example he said that in all of Canada there was no one of non-British non- French origin that could be found for the Canada Develop ment Corporation Nina Timberley of Ed- monton said recommen dations from regional meetings of the Canadian Con sultative Council were al- most identical to recommendations and com plaints expressed bv delegates at the three-day conference The Canadian Consultative Council is a 102 member body with members named for three year terms and said to be representative of all ethnic minorities After an opening speech by Stanley Hatdasz minister of state responsible for mul ticulturalism the more than 400 delegates broke up into six workshops to discuss and prepare recommendations to the government DEM4NDS TOLERANCE Mr Haidas? emphasized the government s determination to make multiculturalism work despite the difficulties it imposes because it demands tolerance generosi- ty of spirit and abiding belief in the mate goodness of men It was not a cynical form of tokenism or a sop to keep some ethno-cultural groups happy it was here to stay In a later interview Mr Hai- rejected charges by some delegates that political affiliation determined grant recipients We have no way of know- ing nor do we care about the political affiliations of those who apply for grants the minister said CHARGES ILL-FOUNDED He also said charges that expense arrangements for delegates made by the depart- ment weie unfavorable to poor people were ill-founded and that had the department been notified of any case where advance money was needed prepayment would have been made Complaints from Senator Paul that the conference delegates "handpicked by the government were not representative of the ethnic minorities were also rejected by Mr Haidas? We invited resource people prominent in cultural affairs and human rights and orientation programs he said "The presidents of ethnic organizations were all invited Workshop reports will be made to the Canadian Con- sultative Council in a plenary session today the lasl day of the conference Births Cards Of DEATHS MIKULAS Passed away in the city on Monday, Oc- tober 15, 1973, following a lengthy illness, Mr Joseph Mikulas, at the age of 74 years of the Edith Cavell Nursing Home Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted MARTIN BROS LTD are directors of funeral arrangements C2718 STAPLETON May, pass- ed away in Vancouver on Thursday, October at the age of 56 years She leaves to mourn her passing one daughter Linda Loudfoot of Chilhwack, B C and a brother Mr Wilf Paulson of Lethbndge Funeral services will be held Thursday, Oc- tober 18 1973 at 1 30 p m in the Christensen Chapel CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD in charge of arrangements C2716 SARCEE Jack, of Stan- doff passed away suddenly on Saturday, October 13 1973 at the age of 76 years He is sur- vived by an uncle Jirn Prairie Chicken and two aunts, Mrs Charlie Bull Shields and Katherme Medicine Crane Funeral Mass will be said Wednesday October 17, 1973 at 11 00am inSt Catherines Church at Standoff, with Father J Regnier officiating Interment will follow in the Standoff Cemetery Wake ser- vices will be held Tuesday Oct 16 1973 from 6 00 p m at St Catherines Church SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD Cardston Directors of Funeral Service C2717 CR4DDUCK Passed away at Lethbndge on Mon day October 15 1973, Wilbur of Taber at the age of 64 years Born at Lee County, Illinois May 30 1909 he came to Canada with his parents in 1910 and has fanned south of Purple Springs until the time of his passing Survivors are his wife Helen of Taber, three sons Mervm Philip, Alvin all of Taber his mother, Mrs Mary Cradduck of Taber Funeral services will be con- ducted from Knox United Church in Taber on Thursday, October 18 at 2 p m with Rev Ralph Whitrow and Rev Ben Wall officiating Inter- ment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden In lieu of flowers donations to the Cancer Society care Oddies Central Drug Taber, appreciated HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME Taber, in charge of arrangements C2719 NORDQUIST Funeral services were held in Van- couver for Mrs Alice Nord- quist formerly of the Nobleford district wife of the late John Nordquist She leaves to mourn her passing, three sons John of Van- couver George of Calgary and Roy of Kamloops four daughters Mrs Harvey (Joyce) Norgardt, Lethbndge Mrs Ken (Ada) Holt Vancouver Mrs Bill Garrett, Shaughnessy and Mrs Bob (Kay) Sallenbach Calgary, three step-children, Mr Arvid Nordquist, Mrs Ver-, nal (Lenora) Davy, Nobleford and Mrs Peter (Lois) Shaughnessv and many grandchildren and great- grandchildren Memorial ser- vices will be held at 11 00am Thursdaj October 18 at Mountain View Cemetery, Lethbndge with Rev Lee of- ficiating 1808A CARDS OF THANKS ROLLAG I wish to thank my many friends and relatives who called to make my birthday such a happy oc- casion Many thanks for the cards telephone calls, flowers gifts and food I also want to thank all who assisted in any way at the party Inga Rollag 1804 TALBOT We wish to ex- press our deepest apprecia- tion to our relatives, friends and neighbors for the many kindnesses extended to us dur- ing our recent bereavement Very special thanks to the doctors and nurses of Cardston Hospital, to the fourth ward bishopric, to the pallbearers and the honorary pallbearers to the Cardston and Del Bonita Relief Societies for the lovely lunch, for the lovely flowers and cards of sympathy from friends far and near God bless you all Talbot family 1775 J Deaths, Funerals, Thanks, In Memoriams IN MEMORIAMS BASTIAN In loving memory of our son and brother "David Leslie" who passed away so suddenly on October 16th, 1971 A silent star shines o'er the grave Not very far from here, Where lies the one we can't forget As it dawns another year always by mom, dad and Don C2703 BASTIAN In loving memory of a dear grandson, nephew and cousin who pass- ed away suddenly October 16, 1971 Your end was very sudden It made us silently cry The saddest part of all David You never said goodbye remembered by Grannie and Butler Nalder, Auntie Del, Uncle Angus and family 1740 MUELLER In loving memory of a wonderful mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Catherine Annie, who passed away Oc- tober 16, 1972 October brings sad memories Of a loved one gone to rest, You will never be forgotten By the ones who loved you best remembered and sadly missed by daughters, Mary, Helen, and Clara and families, sons, Arthur, Henry and Fred and families, and Shurh Maxwell 1741 IN MEMORIAMS TREPAN In loving memory of a dear father, Nick Trefan, who passed away October 15, 1966 Although gone he'll never be forgotten remembered by wife, Mary, son Peter, daughter-in-law and grandsons 1738 CHRISTIANSEN In lov- ing memory of our brother, Ron, who passed away Oc- tober 16, 1969 Every day in some small way Memories of you keep com- ing our way remembered and sadly missed by Gary and Anne 1776 Another step for act The province's Disaster Services Act has received se- cond reading and now proceeds to committee study The act which gives the government extensive powers of entry and confiscation in the event of an emergency has been praised by both sides of the house with reservations shown about the extent of the powers and the lack of an appeal procedure The government has promised to replace one contentious clause on remuneration with a compensation one Canada exporters told the future looks good 6 arrested for theft By IRVING C. WHYNOT CP Business Editor MONTEBELLO, Que (CP) Canadian exporters heard a conditional forecast Monday that the country's secondary industry faces the chance of a lifetime for future develop- ment on a worldwide scale i But the optimism was hedg- ed with many preconditions, including a period of protec- tion to allow industry to gear up and become competitive in the world marketplace F S McCarthy, senior vice- president of Du Pont of Canada Ltd told the annual conference of the Canadian Export Association that the current General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade GATT talks provide the opportunity for unprecedented growth and development of secondary in- dustry The first opportunity would be lowering of the barriers to Canadian manufactured products in world markets the second a chance to con- vince other trading partners that a small economy such as Canada's needs a certain amount of protection Mr McCarthy said it would take time and huge amounts of capital to move Canadian secondary industry from its relatively small scale to one capable of competing world wide But it would need protection during this development period "Free trade may very well be the right policy for the larger economically powerful countries It may well be the right policy for Canada in the long run But dogmatically applied it is certainly not the right policy for all Canadian industries now "Give us in secondary in- dustry a chance to capitalize on our advantages encourage us to build world-scale in- dustries provide interim safeguards and then expect us to compete in a free-trade en- vironment He suggested that Canada's emphasis in the GATT talks, aimed at a freer flow of world trade, should be shifted away from primary industry to secondary industry Canada would have no trou- ble selling its raw materials and food so no concessions should be made in those areas What Canada needs to negotiate at the present stage of our development is better access to world markets for the upgraded products of our raw material and the flexibili- ty to implement policies which will permit us to take advantage of the opportunities provided Mr McCarthy said Canadian industry would need time and protection from imports to develop on such a competitive scale Interim protection and adequate safeguards are ab- solutely necessary to those in- dustries where we cannot compete today but where we have a high probability of be- ing world competitive in the future TALKS COMPLICATED J K Grandy deputy minister of trade and in- dustry said the GATT talks will be the most complicated ever and could also be the most comprehensive The elements are there if all concerned are willing to make this a major negotiation Howard Hart president of the Canadian Pulp and Paper Association said the talks offer the possibility of expand- ed markets for the pulp and paper industry if Canada can negotiate equal access to the European Common Market, duty-free access for some products to the United States similar to that enjoyed by U S imports into Canada and a general lowering of pulp and paper tariffs E C Hill chairman of the export association, said in an interview that Canada must continue to look for markets other than in the U S to "con- solidate our position as a world exporting nation Trade was directed mainly to the U S and development of new markets would mean that "when the shrink comes and business becomes less buoyant, we'll have a greater number of customers to look to for business Mr Hill is vice-president and general manager of Dominion Road Machinery Co Ltd of Goderich Ont Co-operation between Lethbndge City Police and RCMP Monday resulted in the arrest of six persons in stolen cars near Burdette 60 miles east of Lethbndge Sgt Bill Zavchuk of the city police was driving to work Monday morning when he noticed two cars speeding on Highway 3 at the west edge of Lethbndge He tried to follow them but they outran him City police failed to locate the cars in Lethbndge, so Sgt Zaychuk telexed the informa- tion to surrounding RCMP detachments and municipal forces The cars were stopped by Bow Island RCMP near Burdette about an hour later 483 candidates file in Quebec By PETER LLOYD MONTREAL (CP) Nomi- nations closed Monday for the Oct 29 Quebec general elec tion with 483 candidates listed to contest the 110 seats A flood of candidates filed last-minute nominations papers including 18 Com munists 16 of them members of the Quebec Marxist- Leninist group The governing Liberals the Parti Quebecois and Union Nationale all filed full slates of candidates while the Parti Creditiste will run in all ridings except Montreal St Laurent Among the candidates were a record 29 women As nominations closed the four party leaders continued their campaigning with Premier Robert Bourassa and Rene Levesque Parti Quebecois leader taking more swipes at each other over the Parti Quebecois proposed budget for the first of an independent Quebec AGREES TO DEBATE The Quebec Liberal partv announced that 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