Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD Seplombtr 16, 1970 SURVIVED FAILURE George Cram, 32, is back in Toronto alter three years in Venezuela where he was an Anglican staff worker. Ten trained staffers were orig- inally sent but only Mr. .Cram and his wife remained the full three years afler workers found problems of finance, planning and language in- surmountable. The self help project, termed a "mistake" by Mr. Cram, cost the Angli- can Church of Canada 000. Hotel Workers Favor Strike CALGARY (CP) More than 200 employees of the Pal- liser Hotel have voted in favor of a strike after rejecting a conciliation board recommen- dation on a wage dispute. The board suggested an In- crease of 20 cents an hour in tlie first year and 15 cents an hour in the second year of a two-year contract. The employees, members of the Canadian Brotherhood of Railway, Transport and Gen- eral Workers, are asking for an increase of an hour on a two-year contract. Hourly wages now range from to A hotel spokesman said ne- gotiations are continuing and a strike week. is not expected for a QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. Hi PHONE 328-7684M1 Predict Empty Bins JASPER (GP) that all the grain Prospects in Canada be disposed of within 12 montlis are excellent. Senator Harry Hays (L Alberta) said Tuesday. that at this probably ;I undersatnd time next year all the grain in Canada will be disposed of and there will be hardly any he told the Canadian Agriculture Chemicals Association conven- tion. Senator Hays said his state- ment was based on "very good authority." Later, at a news conference, he said the United States has lost 10 per cent of its corn crop and there is a fantastic de- mand for barley, particularly in Japan and Europe. "In the last 30 days, it has been most encouraging and I have reason to are some large believe there sales coming up in the near future they've already tiated.' probably been nego- Call Off Search For Youngsters BELLA BELLA, B.C. An air and sea search for four small Indian children missing for six days in their small boat was called off Tuesday. The children, all from this Indian community 20 miles southwest of Ocean Falls, dis- appeared last Thursday in a 12- foot fibreglass skiff. RCMP have found no trace of the boat, but a gas tank be- longing to it was found at the Addenbrook lighthouse, 25 miles south of Pointer Island. Presumed drowned are John Starr, 14. Aldred Hall, 6, Rob- ert Harris, 9, and his brother Jackson Harris, 5. THREE HIGHEST The three highest mountains In the world are Mount Everest in Nepal, Mount K2 in India and Mount Kanchenjunga in Nepal. Olson: Need Fast Solution To Chicken And Egg War OTTAWA (CP) Agriculture Minister 11. A. Olson said today that restrictions on inlerprovin- cla" trade in farm products are threatening to spread to other commodities. He said a fast solution is nec- essary to the problem raised by some provinces restricting im- ports of farm products, such as chickens and eggs, from other provinces. Mr. Olson said there now Is general agreement between the federal authority and the prov- inces that the problem Is so se- rious that there is no time for a reference to the Supreme Court of to test tte validity of the provincial marketing regu- lations. Mr. Olson made Us com- ments in an interview just be- fore today's opening of the fed- eral-provincial heads of govern- ment conference on economic matters, including the market- ing problem. Premier Ed Schreyer of Man- itoba said in a separate inter- New Technology Absolutely Vital' WINNIPEG (CP) Canada must spend more on scientific research and the development of technology if it wants to maintain its national indepen- dence, its standard of living and its expenditures on social programs, a member of the senate committee on national science policy said here Tues- day. Senator Allister Grossart told delegates to an .annual meeting of the provincial gov- ernments' trade and industry council the role of advanced technology is "absolutely vital" to the country. He said increases in the gross national product brought about by advances hi technol- ogy are important to social de- velopment programs because governments now take about one-third of the gross national product, and spend about half of this on health, education and welfare. The Progressive Conserva- tive senator said studies have shown a large percentage of in- creases in the gross national product above a certain point toward "social justice" payments. Canada has failed to provide enough funds in the social sci- ences and in regional research incentives, he said. "I've spent months trying to find the amount spent on so- cial sciences from the DBS (Dominion Bureau of Statis- tics) and the treasury he said. "It's so small nobody SUPER SAVINGS AT THRIFTWAY DRUGS Phisohex Sudsing and antibac- terial skin cleanser. 5-fluid 02. Reg. 1.98. SPECIAL Breck Shampoo For Dry Hair 12-oz. Reg. 1.99. SPECIAL Eno Fruit Salts 7-oi. Reg. 2.29. SPECIAL CORICIDIN 'D' Decongestant for colds. 24's, Reg. 2.19............ Colgate Toothpaste are and in good driving con- dition. The Logan Pass Is now open 24 hours daily. This road has been ploughed and sanded. PORTS ON ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coutts H hours: Car-way 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. MST. 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