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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta First plant generating CENTRALIA, Wash, A million, kilowatt sleam generating plant is now in op- eration here. It Is the first of a series of new plants planned by a consortium of eight power companies. The 24-slorcy-high boilers are using oil fuel initially, hut will switch to coal from mines near here. The second and Ihird planls at Raincr, Oregon, and Rich- land, Washington, will use nu- clear fuel. HEADS LAWYERS ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) James Cobb, a Washington, B.C., lawyer, has succeeded Judge Ed Bell of Detroit as president of the predominantly- black National Bar Association. flana, 'niurance cJ-td. INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH RECEIVES A II T IFICIAL HEART Ilaskdl Shanks. 6.1, a plant guard lor Uni- royal Corp., in Detroit, re- ceived a permanent partial artificial heart in a hazard- ous 10 hour operation in De- troit's Sinai Hospital. Dr. Adrian Kantrowilz headed a team of surgeons in perform- ing the operation. MR. GARRY GOUGH of COUGH'S AUTO BODY LTD. 206 llth St. South Phone 328-5145 Is Pleased to Announce the "GRAND PRIZE WINNER" of the Draw Celebrating "RENOVATIONS COMPLETE" at Cough's Auto Body Ltd. THE LUCKY WINNER IS MR. KEN HOWELL OF 1517 13 Ave. South, Lethbridge MR. HOWELL WILL RECEIVE IN SERVICE OR MERCHANDISE The management and staff at Cough's would like to thank Iheir many patrons for Iheir palience and understanding during ihe recent building act- ivilies !o ihe service area at Cough's Auto Body Shop. Now giving us an addition- ol sq. ft. of working space to serve you more. COUGH'S AUTO BODY SHOP 206 llth St. S., Lethbridge, Phone 328-5143 Parliamentary notebook Publicity-seeking MPs should be on the ball OTTAWA (CP) If public- ity-conscious politicians were on the ball, they would be in Ot- tawa once a week during the sununer doldrums to denounce somebody. In fact, there is even good mileage nowadays in praising somebody. Apart from, say, a cabinet shuffle or garbage strike, things are so quiet in Ottawa that any public utterances by any politi- cian become the highlight of the day. When David MacBonald (PC issued a statement this week calling for the forma- tion of a Commons committee on youth, liis suggestion was re- ported all across Canada. Had he said this during a busy day in the Commons, he'd be lucky to get any attention at all. Northern Development Minis- ter Jean Chretien, who recently visited Siberia, held his second news conference since returning to Canada and he appeared NFU seeking loiver tariff SASKATOON (CP) The National Farmers Union has asked the federal government to begin immediate negotia- tions with the United States to have the tariff on Canadian com reduced. NFU President Roy AUdnaoD told Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin in a telegram that the tariff level on Canadian corn entering the U.S. "is unaccept able and is creating adverse marketing conditions and hard shir on Canadian producers when connected to the buying practices of the Canadian grain trade." Mr. Atkinson urged the gov- ernment to get the U.S. to lower their tariff to the Canadian tar- IT -el on imported U.S. corn A high U.S. tariff meant Cana- dian farmers got a lower price for oth thei export and dom- estic sales. The U.S. tariff policy ant cheap U.S. corn entering Can- ada "is used as a sledgeham- mer Canadian produc- taid. amazed when some 35 reporters would likely hove a sellout audi- cr'owded into his office. Ite-runs like this arc generally non- events, but Mr. Chretien couldn't have done much better with a moon walk. Prime Minister Trudeau's cabinet appointments this week, of course, was a massive event for reporters. Not since he shat- tered the summer with a 90- minute general news conference first in Ottawa in 19 there been so much excitement. Another big event was the re- turn from China of Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield. But once these highlights had passed, it was back to the changing of the guard. New Democratic Leader David Lewis really brought the situation into focus when he at- tracted 30 reporters to a press conference to talk about China of the few countries he hasn't his party's stand on China's admission to the stand that has been consistent for 20 years. Even if John Diefenbaker called a news conference to an- nounce he planned to vote Con- servative in the next election he Saturday, August 14, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD IS Didn't work Friday 13lh r- HAVE YOU EVER SEEN A TRUCK TIRE? KIRK'S TIRE SALES HAVEI And It's On Display Now On Location at 1621 3rd Avenue South, Lethbridge This Tire Weighs 2693 Ibs. Size 2700x49-42 ply Is 83" in diameter Has enough rubber to make 118 normal car tirci Sec us BRAKES Service Department Special! COMPLETE WHEEL ALIGNMENT SPECIAL ONLY 1 WEEK ONLY ENDS AUG. 21it for the best lervice on SHOCKS anil RALANCE. TOOI DAYTON BLUE RIBBON 4 PLY NYLON WHITEWALl Siie 7.35x14. Kirk's Price 23.50 (Exchange) Size 7.75x14 and 15. Kirk's Price 24.95 (Exchange) Size 8.25x14 and 15. Kirk's Pricn 26.35 (Exchange) Size 8.55x14 and 15. Kirk's Price 27.75 (Exchange) Dayton A true premium quality tire offering outstanding safety mileage and performance. Full 4 ply nylon cord whitewalls. Size 6.50x13. Kirk's Price 15.75 (Exchange) Size 7.00x13. Kirk's Price 17.95 (Exchange) Size 8.25xH. Kirk's Price ___ 17.5O (Exchange) Siie 7.75x15. Kirk's Price ___ 17.50 Dayton m WHITEWALL NYLON TIRES A lot of lire at a low initial cast Size 5.60x15. Kirk'j Price 20.25 (Exchange) Size 7.75x14. Kirk', fries 22.45 (Exchange) Size 8.15x14 and 15. Kirk's Price 23.60 (Exchange) Size 8.55xH and 15. Kirk'j Price ____ 25.40 (Exchange) _ Knee. On particularly bad days even press gallery mail is read av- idly. A New York public rela- tions man, obviously aware of the doldrum days, sent the ex- citing word that one o[ the world's greatest experts on hoi dogs would soon be visiting Ot- tawa. Then there was the letter from "a friendly concerned in- former" in Kamloops that the federal government shouldn't give any grant to the Pacific Great Eastern Railway. But nothing is read with more intensity than a press release, which might just possibly con- lain the daily nugget, and, like the New York hot-dog man, the Russians seem aware of the sit- uation. A massive cable has arrived from Moscow with word that the Communist Central Commit- tee and Council of Ministers have examined the report of the Soviet delegation attending the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance in Bucharest last month. Apparently it as a first-class meeting. EDMONTON Taylor was relaxing on his liv- ing room sofa watching tele- vision when a car smashed into his house and knocked him the room. "S'.vish, boom, that's all I re- he said. "I was r' "ked for a minute anu v.'hen I looked up I eou'd see across 112th Aveni'c and Clarke Sta- dium, nothing else." A few seconds lalcr the driv- er of the car and .Mr. Taylor, who were both uninjured, came acmss the car's passenger who had been thrown onto the living room floor by the crash. The pasfnger was taken to hospi- tal wil'i possible back injuries. The car was demolished and the house wall smashed open. Mr. Taylor, who works for the defence department as a caretaker was asked if he was going to work today. "Friday the Not a chance. GIRLS WANT JOBS JAKARTA (Renter) About nightclub hostesses, thrown out of work in Medan, North Sumatra, by the provin- cial governor's decision to close down dimly-lit bars and restaur- ant, have pelilinned for their reopening, [he Indonesian news agency Antara reported Friday. INSURANCE 9 LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Floor 517 4lh Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 VOTE GRAY, Dick PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE IN LETHBRIDGE WEST Inserted by Dick Gray Campaign Organization "THE BEST DEAl-FOR EVERY WHEEL" IBBB JUST SAY I I rn. TIRE SALES LTD. LETHBRIDGE-1621 3rd A vs. S. Ph. 327-5985 TABER-6201 50lh Av.. Ph. 223-3441 FERNIE, B.C. Ph. 423-7746 MEN'S WEAR LTD, SALE STARTS MONDAY, AUGUST 16th 9 a.m. 314 7th Street South Phone 327-2232 TMiniiiiMiMiiMif iMiiinimr BLAZERS, SPORT COATS CO-ORDINATES Regular 65.00 to 105.00 4250.6950 WOOL, FORTREL KNIT SLACKS Regular 18.00 to 33.00 12-.21" SUITS Regular 105.00 to 160.0( 75M05 IITTTTTITITTTTTTIIIIIIII USE YOUR CHARGEX II 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 KNITS and BEACK WEAR tt OH ALPACA SHORT SLEEVED SWEATERS NOW SHIRTS and SPORT SHIRTS Long and Short Sleeves to H nun 1 1 1 1 1 ALL SALES CASH AND FINAL EXTRA SPECIAL! 1 GROUP of SUITS 4Q-K Regular to 110.00 1 GROUP SPORT COATS OC 00 Reaulor (o 55.00 AJP illllllllTfllllMllTT I I IIP ALTERATIONS EXTRA PLEASE ALLOW MINIMUM TIME ;