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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Tuosiloy, Ottoy." 17, 1975 treat or ivar I, (C1M 'Use nil- has nut U'sscn- cxPthe threat of global war and (he diallense peacemakers has never heon prealer, former Mr. Pearson, who received an embossed plaque from the Jcwisli-Clirisliaii Dialogue Com- mit lea (or distinguished service in (lie cause of peace and hu- manity, said: great as ever never equalled before In complexity and intensity." T h c penalties for failure to establish peace "have never been greater." No less than our very stir jui.i nv r-- ICS5 UKlll urn v ut oui Lester IV.rson ,acc a, THE ALL NEW 1102-3rd Avenue South All new models on display now We have the most up lo dale parts ond service in Southern Alberto ond Southeastern British Columbia. DATSUN FROM FOREIGN CAR (Lcth.) Ltd. Is Open Mon. Frl. till 9 p.m.; Sot. 6 p.m. ill you need DATSUN; PRODUCT OF NISSAN Phone 328-9651 ST. WALBURG. SasV. (CD diaries Larre and his irother Gabriel are so con- vinced they shouldn't have to nay llic Saskatchewan govern- ment its share of sales lax that they're risking the loss of their rnmcnt anthori7alion to pro- ceed with ttic seizure. Finance Minister ElwooA Cowlcy has said only that at east 'three suggestions have jeen considered, including tho store and hotel. The province has served writs of seizure against the brothers' property and goods because Ihey have refused lo pay in hack taxes. Mayor Larre says he and hi brother refuse to pay the taxes until the government finds Ih solution to a problem which has been plaguing Saskatchewan towns near the Alberta border for many years. The problem is that Saskatchewan has a five- per-cent retail sales tax while Alberta is the only province without such a tax. Many of. the small towns on the Saskatche- wan side of the border feel they can attract customers from Al- berta if they don't charge the sates tax. REFUSE TO PAY possibility of talks with the Al- government, "but ther e will definitely he no decision made before Christmas." Break-up of IBM proposed On basis, the Larrc OUTA SPACE The Shah of Iran, Mohommed Reza Pahlevi, appears a little cramp- ed but in good humor as he sits in the training spacecraft at Eviezdny Gorodok (Star Town) installation of the Soviet cosmonaut s, where he visited this week. brothers have refused to (he lo the government until it finds a way to enforce its sales tax legislation. "If they can't properly en- NEW YORK (AP) The jus- lice department has proposed that the huge International Business Machines Corp. he broken up inlo several separalo entities to further competition in the computer industry. The proposal came in U.S. district court here, where the government tiled a podtion pa- per seltng out "tentative remedies to IBM's alleged mo- nopoly in the computer field. VISITOR SPENDING Conventions in 1971 brought to guard Leivis FORGER WEDS WITNESS SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) Thomas Rosslcr, 40, married 19-year-old Susan Warr of Syd- ney, Australia, tliis week, about two months after she helped convict him of forgery. Court officirtls said the couple met shortly before Rossler was -srged with writing bad force it, then they had belte says Mayor Larre, who says he has 46 receipts showing no sales tax was charged on purchases in the town of Lloydminsler which straddles the border. He and his brother inlend to fight the provincial government "to the biller end" even if it means losing the hotel and gen- eral store. H. J. Buschman, Ihe sheriff at North Baltlcford, has con- firmed that writs have been registered against Ihe brothers and that he is waiting for gov- Edmonton 53.064 delegates who spent an estimated S3.2 million, 100 Copies S3. 30 plus tax Instant Prints Copy Biv. 7269 Third Ave. S Weekend special tnps excluding Fridays and bun- days between 3 p.m. and 9HP'siay between 8 and 30 Save30% on snort flights on weekends ibarireen cities in Canada less ihan 700 miles apart) n Applies to return tickets only. OSHMVA, Ont. (CP) David Lews, under police protection for the first time in his cam- paign for the Ocl. 30 federal election, said Monday the se curity results from a shooting incident involving a New Demo- cratic Parly candidate in Kitch ener. Ont. A NDP spokesman said late the party agreed, at RCMP in sistence, to allow security afte shot was fired at Mike Shep rd in Kitchener last week. The party turned down a RCMP offer of security carlie the campaign. Plainclothe ficers began appearing wit Lewis in Manitoba wher was campaigning when th Kitchener incident was r wrled. B Fly Ihere and back on the same weekend, between 9pm. Friday and midnight Sunday (excluding 3 p.m. lo 9 p.m. Sunday) and the same 30% saving applies. Toronto Ottawa I Montreal 1 Halifax travel days during 'holidays. Fly between 9 p.m. Friday "nd midnight Sunday (excluding 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday) SOME SAMPLE SAVINGS_ Calgary to Vancouver Regina Saskatoon Victoria 72 50 62 43 78 55 22 22 23 Some other "Explore Canada l-ares e on, o. ihe can save a on our nev, regular economy faros by ioinins cur "Swmg Air" Club" anrt by travelling. economy class on a standby basis. we one third, children kiddios 2undera2 uaisl free. Another ASR Bousing c? 'must have variety' VANCOUVER (CP) Mu cipal Affairs Minisler Jam Primer says Ihe provinc government would no Ion Become involved In fede housing schemes which do provide a variety of housing various social and econon areas. He said many existing low-in- come housing projects arc nothing more than "ghettos which create more social prob- lems than they solve." He was commenting on a let- ter from Urban Affairs Minis- ter Ron Basford offering sub- stantial additional federal mon- ey toward such projects during the current fiscal year, ending March 31. Mr. said the letlcr did not make specific proposals but dealt only in general! ties "which we are following up." He said future schemes woujc have to provide a complete mix of housing types including ren tal, lease, for-sale and sub sidizcd accommodation. On another matter, Mr. Lor: mcr said no further subdivisio will be allowed on the Oulf Is lands until a complete study o the irlands' future has bee completed. In the meantime, he said, "il a district wants anything rlone in a particular area then that's okay, but applications 'for de- velopment) from individuals or corporations will have to he de- layed." MacMillan Blocdel had announced plans earlier this year for subdividing some of its tree-farm holdings -on the is- lands. RiniLey iiuni dies in explosion EDMONTON (CP) A HI- year-old Rimbcy man was kill- ed in an explosion on the east- ern outskirts of Edmonton today. Itnymond Linus Dahins died while attempting to thaw out a fuel tank valve with an open flame. Join your credrt union It's where you belong Your credif union is a group of friends who hove pooled their resources for ihe good of alf. When you join you can save wilh confidence. Or, if you need money, borrow at competelivo rales. Al yovr crerfit union, you'ro a membar, no! o customer. And lhaf means o lot. But you'll never know, Jill you belong. During Credit Union Week, October 15th to 21st, we welcome you to join the Albertans in 230 creciit unions in over 100 cities, towns and villages throughout Alberta. CREDIT UNION FEDERAT! ALBERTA LTD. 1410 First St. 5.W. 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