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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE IHHBRIDCE HERALD Werfnoiday, October 25, 1972 citizens to be treated as aliens By KEVIN DOYLK LONDON (CP) After Jan. 1, 1973, Commonwealth citizens wishing to enter Britain will be treated as aliens, for the first time since the origins of the British Empire. Under new immigration rcgu- latioiw published Tuesday, Commonwealth citizens wishing to live and work in Britain will be permitted entry for a max- imum of 12 montlis for a par- ticular job with a specified em- ployer. They will also require work permits. At the end of the 12-month period, a Commonwealth citi- zen may apply fer further one- year extensions as is the case now with aliens here, A home office spokesman said the "nature of employment and continuity of residence" will be crucial factors in the decision for such extensions. new regulations, p u b- lishsd under existing legisla- tion, take effect at the moment Britain officially joins the Eu- ropean Common Market Jan. 1. From that time, citizens of the other eight countries in the enlarged community will free to enter Britain and take jobs here merely by producing a passport or identity card. They will be given five-year renewable residence permits. Prior to Canadians and most other Commonwealth citi- zens were allowed free access to work hi Britain without tlie need for visas or work permits. RULES TIGHTENED Later legislation has made it somewhat more difficult to work in Britain for an extended PIN-UP GIRL PERCH a curvy Hlllo made of and styrofoam, isn't about to jump from her perch about 500 feet above ground on ihe third tower of the Toronto-Dominion Centre complex in Toronto. Suzie, the name given her by her const ruction worker is eight feet tall and securely fastened io a crane's boom. She made her debut last when the structure, to house elevators and stairs, was topped off. Body found at Ponoka PONOKA (CP) The body a iiiun iniss'ng since Oct. 16 was found Tuesday in a field one mile from where his car had plunged off a road and overturned. Police identified the victim as Dennis I-ang, 27. manager ol an Edmonton bowling alley. His car was discovered near Ponoka, 55 mites south of Ed- monton, shortly after the acci dent but there had been nc trace the body and a search was started. An RCMP spokesman said the cause of death was not im mediately determined and an autopsy had been ordered. but Commonwealth citi- ens have continued to enjoy 3Ccial consideration. Employment vouchers have en relatively easy to obtain or citizens of the old Com- Australia New :iem to work in Britain for iui ndefinite period. Recently, however, Immigra- lon authorities have insisted noro and more on issuing ei- lier three-year or 12-month i-ork permit's which are renew- ible. A home office spokesman aid that under the new rules, f a Commonwealth citizen 1; emitted to stay for four yean n the same job by obtaining successive permit renewals, he vould (lien be eligible to appl> or removal of all restriction? on his term of employment and residence. A Commonwealth citizen who las already lived here more than four years can make the same application. In order for a Canadion based in Britain io take advan- tage of the relatively free movement of labor among Common Market countries, he would have to take out British citizenship, the spokesman added. Tories outline housing policies OTTAWA (CP) A Con- servative plan to deal with the rising cost of housing includes "ederal funds for residential .nnd banks and elimination oE ;he ll-pcr-cent tax on building materials. The parly also said in an ur- ban affairs policy paper that a Conservative government would provide incentives to encourage mass production of housing ma- terials. In a transportation policy pa- per released at the same Tuesday, the last two papers to be issued focfore the election, the party said the Trans-Can- ada Highway should be up- graded and a new roads-to-re- sources plan implemented. On housing, the party said land costs have spiralled to the point where home ownership is beyond the reach of many Ca- nadians. A Conservative gov- ernment would set up a federal fund wilh provincial participa- tion to help establish residential land bank -agencies throughout Canada, The party also said a Con- servative government would re- view with Ihe provinces the fed- eral role hi inter-city trans- portation. This would be aimed at providing cheaper trans- port a lion within and between cities. H also would seek ways of easing financial problems fac- 'ig municipalities, "The heavy dcpendctice of municipal governments en property taxes to finance their programs has placed an undue burden upon property owners and tenants, as well as upon the municipalities themselves." On transportation, Hie party favored a complete review of transportation needs with the prcvir.ccG. A Conservative gov- ernment would undertake to provide economic freight rales for transporting farm products. The party said it would also bring in a new roads-to-rc- sources pi tin Unking southern anada with the North. Dealhs yesterday By 1'IIK CANADIAN PRESS Stamford, Ilol> inson, 53, the first black to play major league baseball, of a heart attack. Wakcfield, Stocker Rcuthcr, SO, mother of llw Reulher brothers who i helped form and run the United Auto Workers union. N e w A. McAvity, 65, Canadian-born for- mer vice-president of NBC tele- vision and general program ex- ecutive from 1963 to his retire- ment Oct. I. Los AUos Hills, J. Taylor, 73, author of nine hooks and hundreds of non-fic- tion articles iti American maga- of a self-inflicted guii-shnt wound. KAUNKD S2 BILLION Foreign workers in Switzer- land earned about billion in 1971. SALE! SALE! SALE! BEAUTIFUL THOMAS ORGANS From Only PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COLLEGE LTD. 530 5th Street South Phone 327-7524 covers area EDMONTON (CP) Mel jmile trek through his Nova Hurtig, Liberal candidate for Scotia riding. Edmonton West, will take a! Wearing a red, white and somewhat unusual approach to blue outfit and sneakers, he canvassing this week, attempt- ing to cover his home constituency in three days on j foot. Mr. Hurtig, who has already knocked on more than doors the last six months, will be accompanied on his trek by a group cf canvassers carrying signs and pamphlets. He'll walk for six hours Thursday and Fri- day afternoons and all day Sat- urday. The Edmonton West seal has been held since 1957 by Con- servative Marcel Lambert. J. Patrick Progres- sive Conservative seeking re- election to the Annapolis Valley seat he held in the last parlia- ment, has just completed a 153- Pattern solicited voles during 20 days ol his walking campaign. "I have never fount! a better way to discuss issues and meet people in all my campaign ex- he said after his trek was over. He now is using the converted bus which served as his home at night while cnmpaigr.ing on foot. Pattern The crocheted look is Lops With the young school set. INSTAKT CROCHET vest and Lank top both for girls, boys. Use big hrxjk and knitting wor- sted in 3 colors. Ea.sy single, double crochet. Pattern 7M'J: sizes 4-M SKVENTY-FIVK CK.NTS for each patorn choquo or money order. Add cents for each pattern for finit-dass mailing and special handling to Alice Brook.s, care fyf Print plainly PATTKKN' NUM- BER, NAME, ADIWKSS. THE LETHBKIWJB HKKAi.D Headers Mail Limited front Slrert Toronto OntariCi Pants partners and dress, with an easy, gliding fif. zip-, front, tabbed neck. This wear- able trio coulr! be the basis of! your 1973 wardrobe. t Printed Pattern NEW] Half Sizes IfJ'i, J2'2, li'b, IS'.z, Size M'.z (bust 37) pantsuit yds. Print plainly NAME, ADDHRSS, .STV'I.f: XUMflEK. Send older to AN'NK ADAMS, care of Print plainly NAME, AWHIKSS, STYI.K Send order to ANNE AIMMS, care of ANXK ADAMS, VI Front Si. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM. BKFi, YOUK AD- and the name of Ihe Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald. eller' COUNTY sove _ ELECTROPHONIC total music systern And the price 8-track stereo tape player BSR automatic record changer u v multiplex radio ..with a matching rollabout Stereo tape, phono, sound at a phenomenal price. The 4-speed BSR record changer comes with tinted dust cover. The radio plays mono and FM stereo. And the twin speakers mounted in matching enclosures sound pure and sweet. Plus special bonus value: one 8-track stereo tape, one stereo LP record, stereo headphones. Hurry! Limited time! located Tn Zcllcr's Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 ;