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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta g _ 1H1 IE1HBRIDG! HtSAlD Wednesday, 1971 Originated in Aiberta for Alberta Families. VALUES EFFECTIVE TiL 6 P.M., SATURDAY, OCT. 28, 1972 Side Swift's Eversweet 1-lb. SHOUtDER ROASTS FRESH HOCK COFFEE PEACHES BUTT STEAK FRESH, LEAN of Arabia Contadina Choice Grade of U.S.A.......28-fl. oz. tin Canada Product Nabob 44 fl. oz. jar Tuna Pantry Shelf Solid Bonila .....6Vi 01. net wt. tin Macaroni FRENCH FRIES Catelli 7V Ihis year, far too much for a city of about to bear. The possibility of a hack up or volunteer fire brigade will he investigated. In its ''urgent message" to the provincial cabinet, alder- men asked- for "some form of labor court" lo replace arbi- tration boards, made up of Canada is a cinch. "The man said entering Can- ada would be very easy. Wo vere to say we were tourists ting Canada for 15 flays and staying at the Four Seasons Ho- .el in Toronto. "But there were no bookings made at the hotel, we didn't enow any thin g and had no- where to go." The Ecuadorian travel agent iccompanied the immigrants io Toronto, but when the auUior- ities began asking questions, ha disappeared. M r. Na va rrete wants immi- gration officials to allow him to remain in Canada a few monfhs longer so he can earn m oney to pay his own fare back. "I don't want the Canadian government to pay the fares for said. Abducted manager of hotel HIGH PRAIRIE (CP) Gary Gerald WLllicr, 19, who robbed a H'gh Prairie hotel and abducted ils manager Oct. 12, will be sentenced Nov. G in pro- vincial judges court. Willicr, of the Sucker Creek independent chairman and Indian Reserve east of High equal representation from both sides of a dispute, More professionalism is need- ed in settling labor disputes, said council, adding that the large arbitration award has po- tential effects on all cities in the province. for ib dropped plant CALCiAKY (CP) ATCO In- ductrios said it has drop- ped plans build a mobile home plant in Penlicton, because costs were higher than anticipated. ATCO also announced that a contract will let soon on a square-foot factory to industrial living (juflrtors. The facility in south- v.cst Calgary could provide lo 200 jobs and will lie Cures (irnos as large as one destroyed by fire here last March. Prairie, pleaded guilty to rob- bery v.ith viobncc and abduc- tion h efore Pro vi nci al Jud ge R. 0. Raker in court here, about 175 miles northwest of Edmon- ton. About was taken in the robbery of Ihc park hotel. The forced lo drive Wil- licr lo Valley view, escaped! tvhon went to get a ca.se of beer. IF, A T.ONDON rrP> The trarll- TJritish break is in jeopardy, snys a report liy the Automatic Vending Association. The "hand-made cuppa" wastes more than an hour cvcrv day of a secretary's working lime, the report says. In a factory, a 10- mimite morning and afternoon brofk for 1.000 workers absorbs man luiiirs cnch week, it adds. "Vending m.nchines can improve I lie sihinlion, if not Uie the report concludes. ;