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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, August 14, 1974 NOTICE TO NON-RATEPAYERS Take notice that persons who are Canadian Citizens or British Subjects who are or will be of the full age of eighteen years prior to October 16th 1974 and who have resided continuously in the Province of Alberta during the period commencing six months immediately preceding the 18th day of September 1974 and who are or will be a resident in the City of Lethbridge or in an area annexed to the City on the 18th day of September 1974 may make application at the Assessment Department in the City Hall, Leth- bridge to have their names placed on the list of Electors during the period from the 1st day of January to the 25th day of September, 1974, during normal working hours of each day ex- cept Saturday, Sunday and any Public Holiday Arthur L. Larson Registrar Arrested Lorraine Major, niece of Harvey Major, Ameri- can Indian Movement (AIM) advisor to Indians occupying Anicmabe Park in Kenora, Ont was arrested by police as she left the park Tues- day. Authorities have sealed the park and have cancelled an am- nesty Police now will charge any lawbreakers including those who un- lawfully occupy the park Car recall LEOMA NJ (AP) British Levland has announced the recall of approximately Triumph TR 6 sports cars for possible leaks in the fuel system that would be a fire hazard Interpreting the News Ford speech short on inflation cures WASHINGTON (CP) President Ford's first formal report to the American people won full political marks for its conciliatory tone, but it may have managed little more than a passing grade on proposals to fight country's No 1 problem His 35-mmute speech Mon- day to a joint session of Congress pledged "com- munication, conciliation, compromise and co- operation It also called for an economic summit meeting and for reviving the cost-of- living Council and it was in these areas that the applause appeared conditional Proposals for a balanced federal budget for 1975-76 and reductions in government spending, however, brought the first murmunngs of solid criticism Senator Edmund Muskie (Dem -Me chairman of a new Senate budget com- mittee, said he felt "the presi- dent seemed to suggest that bringing government spending under control would solve the problem "It isn't that he said "Cutting government spending alone will not cure inflation Such cuts, he said, if drastic enough, could trigger a reces- sion resulting in unemploy- ment and "worse problems than those with which we now deal There has been general ap- proval for Ford's retention of Treasury Secretary William Simon Simon won surprising popularity when he set up the old federal energy office, despite the fact that he led the country close to gasoline rationing during the recent oil crisis There has been less applause, however, for the president's retention of Allan Greenspan as chairman of the Council of Economic Ad- visers Greenspan is regarded in some circles as far too conservative in his approach to the problem of inflation control Another economic adviser held over from the adminis- tration oi Richard Nixon is Arthur Burns, chairman of the powerful Federal Reserve Board Only three days before Ford pleaded for cuts in govern- ment spending, Burns told the congressional joint economic committee that he favored a billion program of public service employment to provide 800000 government jobs should the country's un- employment rate rise above six per cent Many Democrats and some Republicans are forecasting that Ford will run into opposi- tion when he defines his proposals They agree that inflation is the chief problem, but there is skepticism about the president's ability to balance the budget in 1975-76 without deep cuts in defence spending which he opposes James Duesenberry, chair- man of the Harvard economics department, com- mented, "I don't know how far he means to go on the budget, but I would be opposed to any large budget cuts Senator Jacob Javits (Rep N Y is one member of Ford's own party who takes issue with the president's hands-off policy concerning the defence budget 'I don't believe he can ex- pect the defence budget to be Javits says Inflation runs wild LONDON (CP) To the average Briton, reports from North America about alarm over 11-or 14-per-cent inflation rates there sound strangely like a storm in a teacup It's not that Britons dismiss the gravity of such price in- creases It's just that they sound so much less startling than their own The average Briton was just beginning to learn at the start of this month how to live with an inflation rate of 20 per cent a year In practical terms, that meant that a pound of beef, for example which cost 80 pence 84) Jan 1, 1974, would cost 96 pence 21) Jan 1, 1975 But now a new batch of figures on wholesale price increases has been released, indicating the rate may turn out to be closer to 25 per cent or even higher before the end of the year The economy has, says the authoritative publication, The Banker, ground to "the most shuddering stop there has ever been confidence has collapsed The point now has been reached where shoppers find noticeable price increases in goods each time they do their weekly buying A dozen eggs cost roughly 25 pence (57 5 cents) a couple of years ago Now they cost 45 pence and by the end of the year, experts predict the price may reach 30) FRIENDS 'N NEIGHBOURS PRE-BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIALS AND SUMMER CLEARANCE MERCHANDISE ALL PRICED TO BRING YOU EXCEPTIONAL SAVINGS AS ONLY FIELDS DOLLAR DAYS OFFERS SHOP AND SAVE THURS., FRI., AND SAT. LABIETT0P3 Short sleeve, polyester and cotton 100'c nylflns Variety Of styles in prints and solid shades S-M-L GIRLS' PANTS MEN'S DOUBLE KNIT SLACKS ci denims an Rig. 4.98 and 5.98 machine wasn Reg. to 18.95 LADIES'WEAR LADIES' PANTS 100% polyester Sizes 10to 18 LADIES'SLEEPWEAR S M L SUMMER SPORTSWEAR CLEARANCE S3 M 2 FIELDS OWN PANTYHOSE Q (Limit 6 pr per customer Reg 89c pair MEN'S WEAR COLOURED T-SHIRTS S-M-L WORK PANTS Sizes 30 to 42 STANFIELD T-SHIRTS S-M-L-XL 3 LADIES' NYLON SQUALL JACKETS S-M L LADIES' HALTERS, SHORTS, TANKS Not all sizes available Reg to 3 98 LADIES' ANTRON III BRIEFS Reg 1 49 LADIES' BIKINI PANTIES 9 1 S-M-L Reg 79c for ACRYLIC SLEEVELESS VESTS S-M L-XL 3, S1 '2 ZJ2 FUN T-SHIRTS S-M-L XL ATHLETIC BRIEFS S-M-L "TOUGHIES" TERRY SOCKS Sizes 10 to 12 ACRYLIC T-SHIRTS S-M-L XL SOCKS Sizes 10 to 12 LADIES' TEENS' BRAS Sizes 30AA to 38C Reg to 2 98 LADIES' PANTYHOSE (Limit 9 pr per customer) Reg NAME BRAND PANTYHOSE (Limit 6 pr per customer Reg 99c and 1 50 SUPPORT HOSE Slight irregulars If firsts S5 to 2 si pair I BOYS' WEAR STAPLES BLANKETS 72 x90 6 BOYS'OUTER SHORTS Were 2 98 to 3 98 BOYS' NOVELTY PRINTED T-SHIRTS S-M-L WHITE T-SHIRTS S-M-L GWG DRESS PANTS Sizes 13-16 Reg to 9 98 KIDDIES' GIRLS' WEAR KIDDIES' SWEATER CLEARANCE Boys and girls sizes 3 to 6x Reg to 4 89 GIRLS'SWEATER CLEARANCE Sizes 7 to 14 Reg 498 GIRLS' T-SHIRTS Sizes 7 to 14 KIDDIES' AND GIRLS' SLEEPWEAR Sizes 3 to 6x and 7 to 14 KIDDIES' T-SHIRTS BLOUSES Sizes 2 to 6x TODDLERS' KIDDIES' PANTS Sizes 2 to 6x INFANTS' CRAWLERS To 24 months Berlin Walt anniversary Teen-agers visit wooden cross alongside the Berlin Wall on the 13th anni- versary of its erection Cross is a memorial for Peter Fechter, who was shot as he tried to cross the wall near Checkpoint Charlie on Aug 17, 1962. Dairy firm suit dropped WASHINGTON (Reuter) The farm co 1972 b> the government for The justice department said operative which operates in conspiring to restrain trade in Tuesday it reached an agree- 13 midwestern states and the production and sale of ment dropping an anti-trust Texas was sued in February. suit against the largest United States dairy co-operative in an agreement barring future at- tempts by the organization to monopolize the milk trade CAREERS for BOYS' GIRLS' SQUALL JACKETS Sizes 3 to 6x GIRLS' PANTYHOSE One size 60-100 Ibs Reg 79e INFANTS' T-SHIRTS To 24 months INFANTS' SLEEPERS Sizes 0 to 3 INFANTS' PLAIN RECEIVING BLANKET 24' x 36 Reg 1 98 Associated Milk Producers Inc which pleaded guilty last week to making illegal cam- paign contributions, signed a consent judgment in federal district court in Kansas City that will prohibit future violations of anti-trust laws REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Experienced waiter or waitress for Alexander Restaurant, experience necessary Please apply in person REAL ESTATE IS THE GAME AND BLOCK BROS. HAS THE NAME AND ,o, TAUIFI VESTS _ TOWELS BATH SIZE Reg 2 98 HAND SIZE Reg 1 to 24 months O 2 vests per pkg pkg. VESTS AND UNDERSHOOTS 9 sizes 2-6x CM for 1 FACE SIZE Reg for AND GIRLS' AURITONE RADIO Transistor Reg 7 9 Sizes 2 to 14 im for SOCKS 9 Sizes 6 to I 70 Stores Serving Thurs., FrL, Sat., Alberta and QUANTITIES 15-16-17 THE NAME OF THE GAME IS PROFESSIONAL MARKETING We want people who are interested in learning the game. We can show you the way to become a leader in the real estate sales field. Our training program is among the best in the business. Our incentive program (Hawaiian trips, bonus, cash, profit sharing, etc.) is un- equalled. For more information on the fascinating field of Real Estate call our office now. Frank Tinordi 327-3478 Tim Grisak 328-2266 BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL 328-2356 REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. ;