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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BEAR-STYLE BACKSTROKE The some, unmistakeable in the Manitoba capital. Elizabeth Lugsen displays fine refreshed and happy expression on their faces, these Iwo polar-bear form, almost on o park to the real thing in his Winnipeg residents hod Ihe same idea to escape Ihe heat city pool zoo. Canadian sales benefit Japan switches wheat buying policy TOKYO (Rcuter) Japan has been switching part of its wheat purchases to Canada and Australia because of the United States West Coast dock strike, a food agency spokesman said today. Tlie spokesman said the pol- icy will be continued and ex- panded if the strike becomes protracted and if worker's in U.S. ports along the Gulf of Mexico and on the east coast go on strike when labor contracts end Sept. 30. He said Japan had built a suf- ficient stockpile of wheat in an- t'-inition of the U.S. strike, but had been makina some emer- gency imports from Gulf ports as well as Canada and Australia to replenish the stockpile. The food agency buys most of Japan's wheat imports through its weekly tenders. These emergency imports are known lo include tons of Australian wheat, tons of Canadian wheat, and Ions ol American wheat from Gulf ports. The agency has already in- vited offer's of tons of wheat for October shipments at weekly tenders starting Wednes- day. The agency spokesman said he did not know how much American wheat would be of- fered at these tenders from west coast or Gulf ports. Any shortfalls in offers of American wheat will have to be covered again with emergency imports from Canada and Aus- tralia, he said. Jordans Fashion Leader Carpet Guarantees Carpers of equal quality, color and design cannot be purchased for less in Canada! AUGUST SALE Of "Fashion Leader" BROADLOOMS Important Savings On Four Distinctive, top qual- ity Broadlooms made exclusively for Jordans by Burlington Carpet Mills. JUBILEE SALE 7.99 A boldly sculptured pattern soften- ed by lip-sheared pile. Multi-colour- cd yarns of Duponf Carpet Nylon. fl Sq, Yd. VILLAGE FAIR Gay, carefree Nylon Shag. Exhil- eraling Iri-colour harmony in eoch me fl'orious new 11 shades. SALE 8 Sq, Yd. TRADEWINDS The exciting colourful core- free Californian style of long shag lurr.bied disarray of vibrant new colours. SALE 10 Sq. Yd. The most fashionable, colorful and carefree tly lings of today's Carpet World are yours lo enjoy of rha remarkable savings. "Fashion Leader Carpels" Jordani exciting and brilliant new concepts in liroadloom sfylrngs, with a magnificenl array of colours from tho bold and daring to tho quiet and subdued. Now you can your home in tha same flair for fathioni as you drcn yourself save money, tool ESCAPADE SALE The more subdued, "civilii- cd" Nylon Shag most dur- able and a gala colour selection. 11 .99 Sq. Yd. NO DOWN PAYMENT! TERMS TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET! WE HAVE CARPETS FOR EVERYONEI Ono Location Only DOWNTOWN nl: 315 6lh St. S. Phono 327-1103 Oul-of-Town Residents may Phone Collect for Service in their own homel The Lethbridge Herald THIRD SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, August 11, 1971 PAGES 31-38 The Arab ivorld silualion Communist infiltration story is one of success and failure CAIRO (AP) Communist infiltration in the Arab world is a mixture of success and fail- ure. It has given the Russians a big voice in the area, but it hasn't done the Arab Commun- ists aoy good. For 15 years the Soviet Union has been the main supplier of arms to many Arab slates. Thousands of Soviet technicians, army officers and diplomats roam about freely in some Arab countries. The Soviets have undertaken mammoth construction schemes in Egypt and Syria. Egypt's bil- lion-dollar Aswan High Dam, its near-billion-dollar iron-and-stecl project at Helwan are exam- ples. The Soviets have gained strong footholds in the Middle East and at the northern gates of the African continent. But there is a growing trend in Hie Middle East toward rejecting! local Communists, their ideology as well as their physical pres- ence. The 74-hour Communist coup in Sudan last month aroused so much resentment in Egypt and Libya that vigorous efforts were quickly mobilized to quench it. After Maj.-Gen. Jaafar el-Ni-l meiri was restored to power, he ordered a ruthless hunt for all Communists in his country. FAlLUltE WEAKENS Sudan's Communist parly, al- though officially banned, counted more than follow- ers and was considered the largest and best organized in Africa and the Middle East. The failure of the coup has reduced its strength substantially. El-Nimeiri's crackdown o n the Communists and his execu- tion of the Sudanese party's to leaders angered Moscow, which attacked el-Nimciri violently in its newspapers. Ef-Nimciri ex- pelled Soviet, and Bulgarian dip- lomats Iroir. his country, re- called his ambassador to the two Communist countries and Air force returns to Glasgow base GLASGOW, Mont. The U.S. air force will start using the large air base here again. When it was "deactivated" three years ago, the mil- lion base was the most modern in the nation with a population of Glasgow is in northeastern Montana, about 200 miles south- east of Medicine Hat. B-52 bombers and force tankers will use the base on a tegic Air keeps nuclear armed bombers in the air at all times, wiil use this and other bases as satellite faciMties, to disperse whatever planes are on the grovnd. Two hundred men Mill be stationed here when the new plan is operative next spring. Meanwhile, base facilities are sent his defence minister to Pe- king to discuss economic and military iad, previously sup- plied by Moscow. At the onset of the coup, the Soviet ambassador to Egypt, VJadimir Vinogradov, was re- ported to have called on Presi- dent Anwar Sadat and urged him to support the rebels. Sadat is said lo have reacted angrily telling the ambassador he could never do so. Hours later, Boris Pono- marcv, a secretary of the Soviet Communist party, met Sadat in Cairo and again appealed for support for Hie coup. Mormed sources say Sadat replied tiiat communism could never be ac- cepted in the Arab world, and he would fight it unflinchingly. Because its stakes in the Arab world arc high, the Soviet Union seems to have toned down at- tacks on el-Nimeiri and pres- sure on Sadat, and decided to drift with the Arab currents for the moment. Experienced ob- servers of Commvnist trends in being used for more and more I the Middle East say Moscow civilian purposes. One main I has always realized the futility 'of trying to implant communism in (he Arab mentality, which is basically religious and conven- FINAL SUMMER CLEARANCE ORIGINAL PRICES REDUCED UP TO 501 OFF! Now Is the time for a real savings spree as Tracy's cuts original up lo 50% off] Additional slocks have been gath- ered together from our other loca- tions to clear here in Lethbridge, and Red Deer. Use your charge account or open an account lomorrow and pick up a complete summer wardrobe at up to half the original price. SPRING COATS A wide seleclion or styles, colors and fabrics. Original Pricei Reduced up fa 50% OFF DRESSES AND HOT PANT THE ENTIRE SUMMER STOCK OF BLOUSES AND T-SHIRTS DRESSES RIGINAL PRIC EDUCED UP T 50% Off ORIGINAL PRICES REDUCED UP TO SWIMSUITS A good seleclion of bilcmis and one piece slyle THE ENTIRE SUMMER STOCK OF HOT PANTS SHIFTS AND HOT PANTS SETS ORIGINAL PRICES REDUCED UP TO ORIGINAL PRICES REDUCED UP TO SKIRTS and SLIMS ORIGINAL PRICES REDUCED UP TO ;