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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Oclobtr 1971 if You Ask by RUDY HAUGENEDER Hewers of wood and drawers of Thats what many American businessmen think Canadians The slogan is also silently used in many world capitals and Canadians are becoming increasingly resentful that it A strong sense of nationalism is growing in Can particularly since President Richard Nixon introduced the 10 per cent import surcharge on man ufactured No such charge is placed on Ca nadian raw materials which American industry is so dependent Nixons couldnt care less what happens to Canada attitude has done much to make Canadians aware of their national all the nationalism in the world wont help unless Canadians housewives and business men adopt their own temporary if if Now is the time for Canadians to boycott rnanufactured goods and purchase Canadian prod ucts or products produced in nations with which Can ada does not have a large degree of What would be the affect of this it would help Americans understand that Canadians wont be pushed Canadian industrialists could also spend more time and money looking for other buyers instead of selling out our resources to Americans at pre mium Its time the Canadian industrialist got off his comfortable butt and worked Most of the large department stores and super markets and manufacturing industries IB Canada are If the housewife cant avoid purchasing products manufactured by American owned Canadian sub sidiary companies she can at least purchase prod ucts from Canadian owned Most smaller type stores are an ideal new place to do more Insurance companies in the United States have considerable lobbying influence in the Senate and If Canadians refused to purchase insurance from companies it would be realistic to guess that some pretty rapid attitude changes would take place in the In recent years the United Kingdom adopted a Buy British policy which boosted their industrial Russian premier Alexei Kosygins state visit to Canada was marred by groups who expounded the principles of They told him Youre mistreating our brothers living in the but didnt mention noticeable mistreatment of the are being killed and not only On the island of near 200 laborers working at a Texas industrialist controlled gam bling casino recently asked for a raise so they could earn SI per The Texans replied by firing the entire group and saying a dollar per day was too much Gambling casinos have a record of reaping a fairly high However no mention of these injustices by these principle freedom But these same people risked offending a country USSR which Canada desperately needs as a trading Nowthat your blood is boiling either it still remains time to BUY Christmas is Puddin Head actors named Anne Wolstoncroft will appear as the King in the Southminster Junior Girls Choir production of Puddin Head 23 and 24 at the Yates Memorial Other roles in the operetta will be filled by Judy Melnyk and Kathy McKeen the Peggy Johnson the Jane Etherington and Cathy Spoulos QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture M PHONE 3287684M Leona Sereda Toby Tunkey Melodic Jensen Cathy Gommeringer Tin Sol Diene Lola Livergood and Faith Takeda In cases where more than one performer is listed for a single the girls will alter nate in playing the Puddin Head is directed by Anne Perform ances will be at and 23 and Tickets can be obtained at Leisters Music or from choir An open reception will be held following Sundays HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS 324 9th Phone 3281778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitations Announcement 24 Hour Service If Necessary Bride Boob Thank You Cardi Napkins Matches We provide Complimentary Personalized Head Table Ploce Cards with each Orderl FREE CUSTOMER PARKING TO SYMBOLIZE FOND MEMORY Choose wisely the mont o honor your lovad We will bo pleastd to assist LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS Wo hav been Satisfying for Ovor 60 Years 325 8th Lethbridge Phone 3273930 FRED PEACOCK new minister of industry Albertas foreign trade offices come under governments fire By JIM MAYBIE Staff Writer Fred Albertas new minister of is not at all pleased with Albertas eign trade and the gov ernment will be planning some The southern Alberta council on public affairs was told Fri day that production of the trade offices is almost nil and they are costing provincial taxpay ers a lot of Research is under he to determine what changes can be effected to bolster The research will help the new provincial government estab lish objectives ajid come to a decision on the trade He suggested that contracting the work of trade offices may be more The govern ment plans to take the rifle ap rather than the shotgun to establishing mark ets for Alberta In a brief talk to the group on the governments plans for sec ondary industry in this prov Peacock said one of the priorities is expansion of the Industrial Incentives Police capture escaping youths Jean Charles and lonald James both of were re captured shortly after 4 Friday at They were apprehended by members of the RC1IP high vay the Lethbridge RCMP an RCMP provost official and Coaldale own The arrest followed the re ort of a break and enter to a ruit cellar in which food and lothing were An investigation of the neigh wrhood revealed a youth had melled cigarette smoke in an unused Dentists to seek fluoridation Lethbridge dentists insist flu oridation of the citys water system would help prevent tooth decay and not pose any health A delegation from the Leth bridge and District Dental So ciety will ask city council Mon day to see that every pos sible effort is made to bring the public health advantages of flu oridated water to the city as soon as The society unanimously de cided at a recent meeting to I It is too limited and he raid plans will be for mulated to extend it to such areas as agricultural processes and service In reply to a query on the application of provincial incen especially in relation to designated areas which qualify for federal government incen Peacock said a task force is looking into the situa tion and the government will be coming up with a plan for nonj discriminatory application of i incentives in j In reply to a question on the i location of economic develop ment officers in Cal gary and Medicine deputy said Lethbridge was fortunate in having a man of the calibre of Dennis the citys economic development Hat isnt that for he Peacock said his govern ment is conscious of many prob lems it is going to try to re some of a national na Transportation disparities are going to have to be met in Ot he For it costs more to ship products be tween the western provinces than it does to ship from To ronto to A northsouth commercial transportation similar to the Ontario auto should be established for this Lethbridges proximity to the would be of benefit to the city if such a scheme were de Markets have been for because there is no Alberta representative on the Canadian wheat There is no feedback to Alberta farmers to guide them in their produc Transportation of agricultural Lethbridge The coop was searched and send delegates to the escaped pair was fount hiding in the Golish and Kellington escaped from the Lethbridge Correction al Institution between 9 End 11 Thursday by sawing through some bars on Hie tele vision loungeroom Peacock said the new governments objective is to de velop and attract laborinten sive industry to the Alberta cant continue to rely on its natural OH a major contribu tor to the provinces economy in the is falling The government is going to develop a total in dustrial he start ing with a marketing gets Tlie Lethbridge Symp h o n y Orchestra will soon be richer by Shirley Ann president of the Symphony Womens will present a cheque for that amount to the Lethbridge Symphony Associa tion at its 17 A major portion of the dona tion will be used by the orchestra for the purchase of a new possibly a The remaining will go to meet expenses of the symphony Th was raised through a bake sale and the annual symphony products is going to have to be Cleaning grain here to alleviate the bottleneck at Vancouver was suggest ed as one measure which might be A lack of communications is going to have to be the research council is going to have to take on new the Alberta freight bureau is to j be reorganized to do research on such things as slurry pipe lines and he Alberta Commer cial Corporation is going to be broadened to include agricul tural processes such as trout Treasury Branches will re Peacock and will be a vehicle for One of the most vital things we can do is help the small guy with financial and economic he While these services now are they will be expand The effectiveness of the new government in its industrial program is up to the individu Peacock The gov ernment would like to see es tablishment of an economic ad visory council from the private sector for feed in and direct The minister and deputymin era Truck Body Manufacturing plant in the citys in dustrial EATING OUT POPULAR Spokesmen for the American foodservice industry proclaim that one out of every three meals is now eaten away from On an equivalent price it appears that the away fromhome market accounts for about onefourth of all food con A 1966 study esti mated that the total retail value of food served away from home in that year to be bil There are 56 eating es tablishments listed in the yel low pages of the telephone di rectory for They have escaped custody three times since Crime patterns changing says senior RCMP officer j Library discussions continue The fact that Lethbridge could become the centre of a regional library system would not affect the size of the build ing for tire main says chairman of the library j The library city and architects are continuing to plan the library building for the j 9th and 4th the city council urged the library board not to feel locked into that Council suggested the size of As unemployment figures iroughout Canada steadily con inue to climb the job situation m Lethbridge and area is not Lethbridge Canada Manpow manager Frank Besplug aid labor conditions in this rea largely are subject only o Although the job market is still fairly with each assing day more people are vailable and fewer jobs are oming he Jobs in the construction field re going to be more difficult Army An Alberta Army Cadet League was formed recently at a meeting in The army cadet league rep resents 40 individual in v o 1 v i n g approximately 000 young men from the prov Board of governors and ex ecutive elected included Brig adier General Eradburn of Edmonton as Syl McKinnon and Henry Owens both of Ed Boyd of and Fred King of Lelhbridge were ap pointed as vice George Lynch Staunton of Ed monton was elected secretary Bill Ron Reed Ainscough and Bob Hut ton of were among Acreage source Rapeseed growers should carefully examine their permit books to be sure that all acres of rapeseed grown under con tract are assigned under the Other Rapeseed for There has apparent ly been some misconception with growers believing that if the rapeseed was contracted those acres need not be as Farmers must apply for a correction or crinngc in their assigned acres before October There nrc acres of rnpcsccd under contract in southern two of those escapes in Golish and Kellington escaped earlier from city police cells when a commissionairewarden accidentally left the key to their cell in the LARRY BENNETT Staff Writer Inspector Venner of the Edmonton RCMP told the 19th Law Enforcement Coordination Conference in Lethbridge that patterns of organized crime in Canada are He said many areas of interest for criminals are now Areas of previous importance such as safe forged cheque book making boot legging rings and smuggling are now being replaced by higher profit Loan gambling and loan sharking combined called a smuggling unacceptable aliens into a country for a large sum of credit card thefts and armed robbery and securities frauds are all on the He said loam sharking may ake many forms all of them He told the law enforcement officers that the affluent society demands cash be readilyavailable and the need for quick cash opens the door by taking out a large life insurance policy on the life of the H the borrower cannot meet tills debt he can be killed and tlie loan is paid off by the or he may just be killed and the premium be collected in addition to the heavy loan The junket gambling and lean sharking combined depends on getting a gambler away from his home causing him to lose excessive amounts of money and then using loan shark Tlie twist may again enter The smuggling of unacceptable aliens into both Canada and the United States has become a profitable he Credit card thefts and swindles are the result of our affluent said the These swindles often include deliberate late reporting of stolen cards or dealing in airline tickets and room which may be obtained with a credit Inspector Venner said a review of the records for the past two years indicated there was an increase in the number of professionally conducted armed especially in Western Securities frauds are on the he because many times large and issue so many securities they are unable to keep track of them He said many times large companies have been notified of recovered securities which they were not even aware were The inspector said he thought law enforcement officers were confronted by two major problems when dealing with organized Every definition put forth in an attempt to identify organized crime is far too he so a more specific definition must be Attitudes of the public arai many law enforcement officials also create a major Tlie attitude which most frightened said Uie was that some criminals are so high they cannot be touched and only lower level criminals could be dealt with the He said organized crime is not invincible it can be totally destroyed by using the laws that exist and by working within the existing planned location might no lend itself to a functional li brary wilh computer and star age It was noted that the equipment would be necessary if the library were to become regional in the said he had complete confidence in those who were planning the new but he hoped that further involved discussion would not hold up the buildijig of the new The need for the library space is he and the library board is anxious to gel the building tient situation inpower says to obtain than last Besplug During the past summer construction laborers were brought in from other areas to fill job vacancies that He said continuing large numbers of housing starts are providing many as are other larger projects including construction of a hotel on Mayor Magrath Drive a nursing home in northside Lethbridge university work still under way an exension to Alberta Hospital in Claresholm and a construction building surge in LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Floor 517 4th Phone 3271S4I eague formed the board members The league will operate with three geographical zones centred in Calgary and each lead by a The aim of the cadet program is to develop in youth the attributes of good citizenship and and to promote physical Army cadets have existed In Canada since when they were organized into drill Army cadets will perform similar functions to those of the Navy and Air cadet leagues of six to five loan Loan sharking is particulary harmful to the independent msiness man who discovers the need for some quick he The loan shark is always and never questions he moneys use or the clients ability to pay it This type of sharking often results in a business being over by the shark when lis client is unable to meet lie The shark is often backed by a crime and control of another business acts as a topping stone for organized he Another practice among sharks is called the Tiis practice creates insurance for It is felercdith 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