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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE HERALD Thursday, 26, 1971 Ix'Jt' Strom favors price restraints ED.MONTUX cr Chief r'reel S'u.iiir nienihcis nt hi- i are inquiring (Iliiii; ol a iciek iinhiy, anvMs ueri' ni.uli' :il mi' [isimil in Clarke iciuled by almnl pci-snns. "This is ihc lyiic u( thing we do uilli anyilun" Hint is a lillie iiniis-.ial." lie said, tailing it a normal prueedurc. Tiu> t'hicf said lluil huld- ing Ihcse the police can delermir.L' how Miiiilar ev- ents can best bo handk-d in the future. "We cerlainK1 are noi going to take any action thai re- sult hi a more adver.-c reac- tion from the croud." he .said. uTi-lVmier Harry Strom said Wcdnesdav thr fcdcud fiovcniment shmild consider ecommiie and trade restraints similar lo those ap- plied President N'ixon lo uimbat inllalion in the I'nilcd Slates. He had urged the enactment of interim controls on Hie ceo nomy five inunths ago. but had been criticized for his stand, cnce. Price on vital prod-: nets such as steel should lie considered, as should the el'. (ccf on export and import trade' and on long-term investments 1 from allowing the Canadian dollar to float on world mar- kets. lie said he did not flic j information to stale wlial effect tho new U.S. economic policy; would have on Canada. The The L.C.i. Students Union Proudly presents SNOW THE FEELING" Friday, August 27th-9 p.m. at the L.C.I. BE THERE! The dance is open to all Senior High School Students. Tickets From Sludenl Union Members or ot Ihe door. I'nilcd Slates relies heavily on, Canadian Iradc and "would he ill-advised lo create economic problems wilh Canada." i .Air. Slroin also said lie rec-J Pops off lo Moscow VATICAN CITY (AP) Very Kov. Pedro Arrupe, supenoi- lieneral of Ihc Jesuits, will fly to Moscow next week, Vatican sources said loday. rather Arrupc, known as Ihc Black Pope because ol the power ot bis position, will be the iliiri! high lioman CaUiolic to visit the Soviet capital within a Tin1 fit-si two wcie -Most Rev. AsosiiiK) Cassiiroli. a (op Vati- can diplomat, and .Ian Cardinal Wilk-braiiils. ticad of (he Vati- can's Christian unity Oflice. The purpose of Father Ar- rupe's trip as not disclised. IlmveuT. sources said Ihe dates and agenda for Ihe snpcrior- gcneral's visit would be an- nounced on Thursday. This will be the first linie a head of the Roman Catholic Church's larg- est order of priests has visited Moscow. ugnizcs lhat there is a icclinp, of discontent with Ihe Albcr- la govci'imiejit amoni; civil ser- vanls. Officials of the civil ser- vice association nirl vtilh him Tuesday and he told them he would lie tflad lo discuss1 Ihcir problems, but not until after the clcelion. He said he supported At- lorney-Gcneral Gcrharl's decision lo lire any prison cm- i ployees of eoiveclional insliui- i lions who parlicipale in a Citl, "1 cannot sec them tak- ing any action that would flcct on their good work rec- ord." he added. Mr. Strom said in reply lo a reporters question that if there bad been complaints lhat some Social Credit veterans of Ihe legislature were not worlunt' bard enough it might be be- cause the party was using a new campaign style. A tew members of the last legislature had not laken lo Ihe new. more- he said. Camera pianl lo be closed TV car fuel mil be iii-uiiabie soon STITI'CAKT (Al1) West Xci.s.s-lkon AC! ivill its Vnigllacnder camera plant at I'runswiek by (he end I of S c p t c in b e r, n company spokesman said. i The Voigtlaendcr line was forced from Ihe market by less- expcn.sive cameras of similar quality made in Japan, China and fjertnany, Ihe spokes- man The Voigtlaendcrs sell in (lie range. Production at Zeiss-Ikoi'.'s Slutlgarl plant is nr.l by the Brunswick closing, the spokesman added. OLD COUUSE The old golf course al SI. An- tlrcns in Scotland was built in 1 1971 COMIWUNITY On behalf of the communify summer program plan- ning committee, I would like to extend a sincere thank you lo any group, organization or individual who, by their generous donation of lime or supplies greally con- Iribuled lo the successful produclion of many phases of this summer program. of fhc Cominunily Sunn N. E. ELLSWORTH Progrni' LOS A-NGELES (AIJi Mo- forisls may be able lo pull into a service station Ibis fall and till up with compressed natural same kind Ihcy burn in their stoves. The low-polluting (uel is ex- pected to he available by Oct. 1 al (wo stations in the Kivcrsidc area for motorists who 11 e i-tiuippcd their cars wilh con c sion kils cosling about SliHO. Two subsidiaries of Pacific Lighting Corp. arc working Gut details wilh Union Oil Co. which will provide the refuelling stations. The subsidiaries a c Dual Fuel Systems, Inc.. wl ch will maikct the conversion k Is and S'outliern California Co., which will supply Ihe n 11 ral gas. If the idea catches on, the firms say, the number of sla. lions likely will be expandc I Already, thousands of fleet xel i clcs in Ihe area barn natural gas fuel. The relatively simple con e o f instal ng two small devices v.n the eng ne a dashboard gauge and storage enable a cai' to opei ale on cither natural gas or g The c o m p a n y said com pressed natural gas lias a nutn ber of other advantages over I gasoline. It is cheaper and easier o Ihe engine, Ihe company says Disadvantages arc a limited driving range; the space usually in (he by fuel tanks; a limited number of refuelling stations; and a possi- ble reduction of up I o J5 per cent in horsepower. MUIIK COINS SAO PAULO, Bnizii (AP) Ncvio Barbosa, religious mystic and occasional politician, an- nounced he would run for presi- dent, wilh one of bis major pro- posals the minting of moie coins "lo end arguments be- tween housewives and market cwncrs over change." Hail damages crops PAMPLONA. Spain Heavy rain and nul-sizcd hailstones smashed car wind- shields and flattened crops dur- ing a five-minute florin over northern Navarre province for Ihe second slraighl day. Dam- age was estimated al S-1.-3 mil- 'bon. jzrow- inu loci. A u ay lo beat llic HM :i II lifidin nruk'rat. Forcvcry r.-.i-on. 4 NEW GOVERNMENT Col. Hugo Bonzer Suarez waves lo crowds outside ihe government palace in La Paz, Bolivia. Banzer, one of ihe fhree officers who led fhe uprising that overthrew ihe leftist regime of Presi- dent Juan Jose Torres, was sworn in to be president. The junla hos promised tho) elections would be held soon. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH THURSDAY, AUG. 26th at 8 p.m. THREE JACKPOTS, 1 in 59 Nos. 1 in 54 Nos. 1 in 49 Nos. NO ONE UNDEB 16 YEARS AtlOWED! Public Upstairs Elks end Guests Downstairs Including The lounge ond Dining Room "COME ONE COME Alt" ENTERTAINMENT for EIKS and GUESTS in ClUB BOOMS HURSDAY AUG. 26 HIGHWAY SOUTH 4 r'RIDAY _ AUG. 27 BRIDGETOWN TRIO SATURDAY AUG. 28 RAYMOND CANADIANS SHOE STORE Centre Village Mall Phone 328-5030 CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13lh ST. N. ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS TONIGHT "ACES HIGH" FRIDAY and SATURDAY 'ALBERTA RANCH BOYS" k Members and Invited Guests! MOVIE: The li-ni.. ll: A ghoulish goulash scl in an eerie UntflMi cuunlry mansion, a perfect felling for Hie experiments ul 11 dwlor obsessed wilh a plan to revive Nazi corpses. Daiiii Andrews is I he star. VAIIIETY: DCS OTuunnr .Slum, p.m.. til. 13; The final show of Ihe summer skin-inn Ilic Cnglisli cntcrlaincr. SI'KCIAL: Wlial's I'p. 11.111.. Cli. 9: Jackie Cooper liiels I his comedy Ihe secne through blackouts, interviews and iicwsreel foot- age. Here Conic. Tlic til. 13: Reusing waste materials to combat pollution is llic theme of this show wilh ccolugist Darry Commoner. SPECIAL: Election Itcpml. p.m., I'll. 7: A look at Ite candidates and issues of .Uwulay's Alberta election where Tory leader Peter is challenging the 30- year rule of Ihe Social Credit Party. rUIIJAY MOVIE; Alibolt ami t'mlcllci Alert the Keystone Hops, 1 p.m., Cli. 7: A couple of gods hncoiuc the victims of a swindle when Ihcy buy a film slndio. u Trimbles TV Progroml are by the Any Variation in program .hrtullirfl changgi by the stolen! dnd 1( reiponilbllity of Hernld or TrirriblM if CHEC THURSDAY NIGHT Ron I e John Oliver Hi) ir-Ji't) Country Digest FRIDAY Back lo me Jolin Voice o' Triina Sttaa The Livinij Word rnunlry Di( John Oliver ;ihow News, Sporl CJOC B.3T NQ-.VS Richard Gordon 12'CO lolal Inlormalion 1-16 Did Country wilh Murry THURSDAY NIGHT World al 6 Rogues! Acfion Show FRIDAY Tliyi 6 on CBC rjf-v.j Rob Ingram Show Mews, ;.'Hi Jchn Walker Lhow Din Doug Anderson Wayne Bar I -C'3 ir-fjr! f-O Jonn Oliver Show Rob Ingram CHEC FM News Hourly Wihr. Half Hour Boh FViON. 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