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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuriday, Dewmbur 3, 1978 THI IETHBRIDOI HERALD 21 Howard Society failed 12 men EDMONTON (CP) An em- ployment placement officer with Ox correctional services branch of the Alberta govern- Plan inquiry into shirts OTTAWA (CP) The textile and clothing board announced Wednesday it will hold an in- quiry into the impact of imports of men's and boys' shirts made from woven or knitted fabrics on Canadian production and em- ployment. Hearings rail begin alter next Jan. 15. Briefs must be submitted to the board by in- terested parties before Jan. 15. PAPERS FOB SALE NEW YORK (AP) Manu- scripts and other papers of Igor Stravinsky, the 88-year-old com- poser, are being offered to pro- spective buyers at million for the package. Included in the offering is the complete, cor- rected score of Le Sacre du Brintemps, the 1913 work that revolutionized modern music. The package also includes additional pages of manuscript, mostly early drafts, and some documents. menl says the John Howard So- ciety has not been any help to the ex-convicts he tried to place in jobs. Ken Osborne said the prob- lem is that the ex-convicts may need special clothing to wear on the job or need money to support them until their first pay cheque or help in finding a place to stay. However, he said in an in- terview that of about a dozen men he has sent to the John Howard Society with such problems no one be helped and the result was return to crime on several oc- casions. John Eamoutar, executive secretary of the society, said his organization operates on a tight budget and just can't help everyone who needs it. Mr. Ramoutar said the John Howard Society is not basically a financial assistance agency but is involved in parole work, counselling, public education and the Halfway House project. Mr. Osborne said he could have placed men in truck-driv- ing jobs during the summer if they iiad been able to get from the John Howard Society the needed to rent a truck to get their licence. CONlRDFNTIAL I .Y YOURS Carbarn 'Brent A ptrfect TORONTO, December- 3rd lake every fimel And by perfect I mean light, moist and with good, old- fashioned flavour. I've used MONARCH CAKE MIXES for many years first because of their consistently high quality and-because they are packed in pouches, which I find ever-so-much more convenient than bulky boxes. Like all, _ housewives concerned with to-day's food prices, I appreciate Monarch's substantially lower cost. And the size'is just right when I want a single-layer cake, I-use one I want a 2-layer cake, I use 2 Pouch-Paks. Simple. The directions are on every Monarch Cake Mix package. THREE CHEERS FOR LE SISUR 3 BEAN a new and exciting salad for all seasons from the Jolly Green Giant. This 3 Bean Salad is a tantalizing combina- tion of'3 delicious varieties of beans... green beans, wax beans and deep red kidney beans... prepared in a tempting sauce embellished with, onions, sweetred peppers, sugar and spices. Simply chill... then serve this 'time-saver' as a main salad course, as an appetizer, a side dish or as a garnish. I know you'll enjoy this new addition to the Giant's famous family... Le Sieur 3 Bean Salad... in the distinctive silver can! JUST IN CASE Mountain-bound car caught by cam- era on Vancouver street is apparently occupied by skier who believes in insurance. Program strangled in own red tape MCLENNAN (CP) The federal provincial incentives program in this northwestern Alberta centre is being strangled in its own red tape, says, former mayor Theo Van Den Elzen. 'Several Interested e o m- panies have decided to locate dsewhere because no action was taken on their applica- tions." SIMPSONS- WHY PAY MORE? Storm King Retreads Give Dependable Snow Traction at Low Cost All These Sizes For The Same Low Price 13 While Quantities last Shopping Only Whilewalls in 8.25-14 and 8.55-14........... 14.98 If you want new snow but don't want to pay full price for new first line tires get Allstate Storm King retreads. They offer the same traction and perform- ance QI new tires ot a fraction of tho cost. Same quality rubber In now tread as In new tires. Select quality used Ice-Grip Studs ONLY 0 EXTRA PER TIRE Guaranteed for the life of the trend against ALL lira failures, plus guaranteed 12 months against tread weareut. SERVICE STATION OPEN DAMY FROM 8 A.M. CENTRE VILLAGE 13th ST. AND 2nd AVE, N. LETHBRIDGi Mr. Van Den Elzen, head ol a commission seeking solutions to the problem, said "these people spent a great deal of money preparing proposals and they got nothing." "There have been no nega- tive results Just no results at all." TERMED RIDICULOUS The area is full of govern- ment people who spend a lot of time talking to people and discussing possible Industrial projects, but nothing concrete ever comes of it, he said. "Nobody knows what they're doing. Personally, I think its ridiculous." The commission plans to meet Friday with Industry Minister Ray Ratzlaff and So- cial Development Minister Ray Speaker to find out what the government plans to do in the area. "If they're not going to do anything they should say so and we can wasting our time and money." MacEwan College new concept EDMONTON (CP) Bring- ing school to the pupils instead of pupils to school will be the philosophy behind the Grant MacEwan Community College which is due to start classes next fall. Planners envisage a central building housing administration and some classrooms, with branches at strategic locations in the city. Barry Moore, chairman of the bojird of governors, said in an interview that among ideas being considered are "store- front" classrooms in poorer areas of the city, branches in suburban shopping centres and "drop-in" classes for people in- (ferested to upgrading their ed- ucation. Mr. Moore said the final cur- riculum has not been chosen yet, but courses will be offered in community development, re- creation, medical aides and so- cial services occupations. Merger deal announced CALGAHY (CP) Exploration Co. has announced plans to merge with a wholly- owned subsidiary, Canadian Seab o a r d Oil Co., under the name Texaco Exploration Can- ada Ltd. Dec. l. Texaco Exploration is an ex- ploration and production com- pany owned by Texaco Inc. d New York. It operates out of the same Imilding as Texaco Canada Ltd., which is another subsidiary ot the New York company but has operations separate from Uiose of Texaco Canada. HEAVY LOSS More than 44000 Canadians ost their lives in the Second World War. U.S. toughens air attack policy WASHINGTON (AP) Tho Nixon administration has ex- panded its policy on air attacks against North Vietnam in what appears to be a deliberate strat- egy of increasing pressure on Hanoi while continuing U.S. troop withdrawals. Officials report a toughening attitude by administration lead- ers toward Norn Vietnam dur- ing the past months. The rea- sons appear to include frustra- tion over lack of progress in the Paris peace talks, the prisoner- of-war issue, and a determina- tion to prevent Hanoi from tak- ing advantage of declining American troop strength in Southeast Asia. The United States ended bombing of North Vietnam Oct. 31, 196U, and until earlier this year air strikes against the North were explained as retalia- tion for attacks on U.S. recon- naissance planes. In recent months, however, defence department spokesmen have expanded the reasons to include "protective reaction" against North Vietnamese rocket batteries firing a planes over neighboring Laos, interdic- tion of supplies moving down to South Vietnam, Cambodia or Laos and retaliation for terror shcllings of South Vietnamese cities. CONFIRM POLICY Furthermore, officials p r i- vately confirm the policy of ex- p a n d i n g retaliatory strikes when possible to include other targets in the general area to destroy supply buildups. Officials have also made clear that American combat planes flying protection for bombers operating against Communist positions in Laos can fire at missile bases in North Vietnam when they detect Communist radar locking on the bomber. Neither President Nixon nor his spokesmen have pulled all these reasons together into any formal new policy statement on bombing the North. And no responsible informant in the administration that Nixon has any intention of resuming the bombings Presi- den Lyndon B. Johnson finally brought to an end after bitter and sometimes violent public controversy. Small car size, small car price, 6 or v-8 engine 2-doors or 4, sporty styling. Move It! Mercury's all new little car, Comet, Is whatyou might call a thrifty swifty. Oreven a nifty swifty. You can zip past gas stations with any of Comet's three 6-cylinder engines. Or zoom along in style with Comet's performance- proven 302 cubic inch V-S. Either way, you're on regular gas... and getting small car mileage. Transmission? Choose from aflpor or column- mounted 3-speed manual or opt for the extra relaxaiion of Comet's 3-speed Select-Shift automatic. Groove it! Driving Mercury's new little Cornet is like wearing a groovy newoutfit. People notice. Yet for all its rich good looks and sporty styling, Comet is priced much lower than you'd expect. The interiors live up to Comet's promise of quality. They're bright and tastefully designed. Comfortable and roomy. With easy-to-clean cloth and vinyl seats and warm carpeting colour-keyed to match the upholstery. Comet is fun to own... and practical, too. Low initial cost, low maintenance cost and low operating cost Who could ask for morel Swing it! One thing about a low priced car-tt makes those extra convenience options easier to own. And the new little Comet has enough options to turn it into a mini-limousine. They include ah AM or stereo radio, Whisper- Aire conditioning, tinted glass, rear-Window defogger, a consolette with electric a complete GT package. With all this going for it, you might find it easy to forget that Comet is a small compact. But you'll believe it when you finally drive in for gas. refafi for base not including distribution and delivery, preparation nd conditioning iicencs. gas and Provincial Sales Tax. d or shewn are optional. The little car with better ideas. See it at Canada's small car headquarters, Your Mercury dealer. ;