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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, September 26, 1974 Medicine Hat housing Poorer countries face bankruptcy situation desperate OTTAWA (CP) Poorer members of the Com- monwealth have warned that they will be bankrupted unless there is some relief on prices of oil fertilizer and other commodities. Arnold Smith, Com- monwealth secretary-general, said at the end of the first day of the annual Commonwealth finance ministers meeting MEDICINE HAT (CP) The housing situation, described as desperate, will be one of the issues taken up by the recently formed Medicine Hat local of the Metis Association of Alberta Stan Daniels president of the Alberta organization which represents the province's non treaty Indians is scheduled to visit the southern Alberta city within the next week to dis- cuss with Mayor Harry Veiner "the problems of the native people and the possibility of a housing Harriet McArady, local president, says the situation in Medicine Hat was described by Mrs McArady as above average 'If you look for discrimina- tion in any community you will find some, but Medicine Hat is fairly she said in an interview "Natives and Metis are not discriminated against any more than any other minority group Of the 30 members of the local, formed in April and en- dorsed last week by Mayor Veiner, only two were welfare recipients The public school system was "as good as anywhere in Canada and education is available to anybody "We've never experienced any discrimination among the doctors and hospital staff It is the housing situation which presents the greatest difficul- ty and not only with the native people The situation is desperate with everyone WILDE ROSE HOMES Showing Their Fine Line of Single and Double Wide Mobile Homes. Also N.H.A. Approved Modular Homes. BUY NOW AND SAVE AT WILDE ROSE HOMES Located 1 block North of the Water Tower on Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-2732 2102-2nd Ave. North Share a joke Prime Minister Trudeau, left, and Finance Minister John Turner, right, share a joke at Commonwealth finance minister's conference in Ottawa dealer introduces an exciting achievement in luxury, comfort, room and economy. Put together in anew precision size automobile. 1975 Mercury Monarch.Precisely right. Ifs not just .1 t.n... it's .1 u lu >le idea. 1'nielieal luvurk interiors. The idea behind Monarch this design a car trim enouch to cnt >ou e-ctllent operatinc econorm. tfctthtr with tht room and cornfort iwialh -Mth a biccer car Prca-ion we Monarch in koooir 5 in comfort Mi'i 17 1-. -1 j- 3 c -i Con" 1] M T c" tin o, i o d n-i-bit Moi) IMPORTANT NEWS FOR NEW CAR BUYERS. 1975 cars require the use of more unleaded gasoline which is no} readily available We wsnl you to know all Ford of Canada 1975 carltnes can be refueled with any gasoline at any pump any station anywhere This aJso means you can select the gasoline price that suits you best "ECONOMY EXTENDERS" j 1 n. i i i You arc ccmlialh invited lo src the Mcrcun s at the of the cat. MERCURY MONARCH i MERCURY All provincial governments spending madly EDMONTON (CP) The Canadian Federation of Independent Business has turned its concern about public spending to provincial administrations from the federal government, John Bullock, federation president, said Wednesday Mr Bullock told the Ed- monton Chamber of Commerce that the federation evolved four years ago to fight increasing federal taxation The Toronto-based organiza- tion now has members The federal government now is preferred over the provincial governments whose spending, particularly on health and welfare programs, contribute to inflation The Conservative governments of Ontario and Alberta are as guilty of these policies as the NDP in British Columbia, he said Huge welfare expenditures in addition to the billion flowing from the unemploy- ment insurance commission are for high government costs and labor shortages "The provincial governments are spending money like drunken sailors because they can get it at four per cent interest from pension funds.' Mr Bullock said He said big government and multi-national corporations are a far greater threat to the independent businessman than the tragic, unnecessary and phoney issue of east-west conflict The east-west debate is simply squabbling between the provinces and the federal government over inflated resource revenues, Mr Bullock said The current distrust of big business adopted by con- sumers also is shared by thousands of small, indepen- dent businessmen who find their operations hindered by huge international cor- Copper wire price drops TORONTO Tex- asgulf Inc said Tuesday it has reduced the price of copper wire bar sold in Canada by three cents a pound to cents effective last Friday The price for customers in the United States is 81 cents a >ound. down six cents Appropriate adjustments 'or other forms of copper were also made. Texasgulf porations "This growth of big inter- national corporations, along with the growth of government, are the biggest threat to private Mr Bullock said after the meeting Smaller firms in the business community must become politically active because they cannot expect organizations dominated by large multi-national concerns to speak for them He said the federation is op posed to the Canadian Arctic Gas Pipeline Ltd proposal to export Canadian natural gas through a pipeline down the Mackenzie Valley but sup- ports the all Canadian project sponsored by Alberta Gas Trunk Line Ltd He said the Arctic Gas pro- ject would lead to additional exports of Canadian natural gas while the advantage of the Gas Trunk proposal is that it would be built entirely for Canadian needs over a six- year period rather than the two years proposed for the Arctic gas line "A rush project like that would mean welders would leave their jobs throughout Canada to work on the pipeline and this would aggravate labor problems throughout the country that there appeared to be a consensus, for a co-operative international approach to the question of oil prices The United States, meanwhile, appears to have adopted a hard line suggesting retaliatory action if prices are not brought down Mr Smith said there was agreement that there should be mechanisms to stabilize prices of essential com- modities The message from the less developed countries was "un- less we get some urgent short- run action we'll be out of busi- ness Finance Minister John Turner said he hoped the precedent set by the Organiza- tion of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in setting oil prices would not be extend- ed to other commodities This would be disastrous for world trade Mr Smith declined com- ment on types of urgent action discussed, saying this should more properly come out at meetings of larger inter- national agencies such as the International Monetary Fund which meets next week in Washington The US threat came in speeches earlier in the week by President Ford and State Secretary Kissinger Mr Ford said at a world energy conference in Detroit "Sovereign nations cannot allow their policies to be dic- tated, or their fate decided by artificial rigging and distortion of world commodity pnces A A Ayida, permanent sec retary in the Nigerian ministry of finance, said after the meeting here Wednesday that his delegation agreed there should be a co-operative approach to the question of oil prices and supplies But he said the way to deal with the price question was through OPEC Nigeria is the only Commonwealth member which is a major oil exporter Mr Smith said there was concern in several countries about the split on oil profits Producing countries now get about a barrel while taxes in industrial countries range between and a barrel Mr Turner said he agreed that there should be a co-oper- ative approach but it must be one which has a chance of be- ing accepted by industrial countries The tone for the meeting of ministers was set at the public opening session Prime Minister Trudeau, speaking at the formal cere- mony discussed economic de- velopments and said there is an "absolute requirement for cooperation in our attempts to deal with those events in order to turn them to our benefit N M Perera, Sri Lanka s finance minister asked diplomatically if countries had not been guilty of "dawdling" in moving to deal with the problems Time was working against the poor and solutions must be found quickly YjEAR AFTCR AFTCR YCAR CAT AFTER e CAT, 3 FAST CATS, FAMILY CATS, WG CATS, LITTLE CATS... INSCPTCMDCK I and well toss in worth of Arctic Wear suits, boots. Cat accessories you name ft. Bui donl wait to buy your Cat. Special offer ends September 30. The move follows similar eductions by three other companies Hudson Bay Min- ng and Smelting Co Ltd. Nickel to of "anada Ltd and Noranda Wines Ltd UNIQUE ABILITY Bate are the only mammals able to flv LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1 1117 2nd Ave. South AFTCR YEAR AFTCR YEAR ;