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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ________________. TJiundoy, December 16, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAIO 29 ASTRONAUT MATTINGLY AT APOLLO 16 ROLLOUT Asircnaul Thomas K. Matlingly II, the Apollo 16 com- mand module pilot, explains the upcomln-g flight to the moon's central highlands as ihe rocket leaves the Vehicle Assembly Building at Cape Kennedy, Fla., enroute to the lounch pad for three months of checks leading to a plan- ned St. Patrick's Day blastoff. Con won't listen to str EDMONTON (CD "A con might listen to another con where he wen'I to a straight Joe." Director Jerry Lewandiwsky was telling why ho thought his FUTURE Society is effective where oilier established agen- cies, such as the John Howard Society, might fail. FUTURE, composed of pris- oners and former prisoners of the Fort Saskatchewan provin- cial jail, can establish a rapport with prisoners before they are released, Mr. Lewandhvsky -Many of the agencies former prisoners may turn to are just "institutions on the street" but the FUTURE house, on tile out- skirts of downtown Edmonton, is a home to these people, he added. "The inmates won't go to out- side agencies." said Leslie Singh, a director. "They counsel you while you're hungry and jobless, and at that point a place to stay is more impor- tant." The society feels it has sue- ceeded with someone even when j all it does is keep him out of jail for a longer stretch than he would have otherwise. But FU-! TUKE is trying to get former prisoners to stay out of jail per- manently. The society refers people who need professional counselling to other agencies. i Three prisoners have spoken j at an Edmonton church and Ihe society is lining up speakers for schools and other groups. The aim is to show the general pub- lic that people in jail arc just people. Of the 40 men who have i passed through the house, only i three have so far returned to jaij. In a month Mr. Lewan- diwsky found jobs for :a men and 27 were still si work this fall. i "We don't said j Mr. Lewandiwsky, "we just pro- i vide the vehicle. j "The person has to rehabili- tale himself." Concorde supersonic plane "aims important admirer year despite administration PAliiS K'P) The Aiialo- pleas that it he continued. French Concorde supersonic i Britain has vowed in make airliner has gained :i must im- the Concorde a commercial sue- portant admirer. cess despite its soaring costs. The sleek droop-nosed aircraft The President of Aerospatiale. returned to Paris TucMlaj night Henri Zieglcr. announced today alter carrying French President each plane will cost mii- Georgcs Pompidou In and from j lion. The first six Concorde pro- his two day meeting with Presi- 1 duetion aircraft arc guaranteed dent Nixon in the for delivery in October. 107-1. Nixon o h v i o u s 1 y was im- The SSI. 2 million figure is the pressed. I base unit COM! established by tin- France's Aerospatiale and the companies. The airlines, in fad, British Aircraft builders "'ill surely pax- more because of the swept-wing Coneordc, research and development hope the flight will help to hoosl. cosl.s, to be determined hy the sales, particularly in the United I French and Hritish govern- States. I have not Ix-en added in. The slim supersonic aircraft Ziegler said eight operation was parked prominently on Concordes will lie off the assoni- view when Nixon arrived 'in his j Hv lines hy the end of 107.1. conventional subsonie airliner, j Twenty-lour more produced Nixon commented at a dinner Monday that Ihe French presi- dent flew o the island three times as fast as he did. He added "I do not speak in envy. T only wish we had made p'ane ourselves." I'.S. I'imCltA.M STOITKl) Congress killed Ihe U.S. pro- gram to develop a (aster and bigger rival for Concorde Ihis Concordes will he built each month. Pan American Airways is leading Ihe U.S. airlines w'ith an i option on eight Concordes. Hie same number of options as held by I10AC and Air France. Alto- gether U.S. airlines have taken more than half Ihe 7li options so far registered. Eaton's Christmas Gift Concludes Saturday! Viking Zig-Zag Portable Sale, 79 .95 At our lowest possible price! Makes buttonholes Overcasts Sews on buttons Monograms and appliques Sews all stretch fabrics Sewing Accessories Savings Sewing Baskets 3.95 to 13.95 Sewing Hassocks 'JdJ Qg Sewing Bench "J 2.50 10% Off All Floor Models and Demonstrator Sewing Machines Sewing Lower Fleer o CORD SALE Top Hits Stereo IP's J Manufacturer's Clearance Stereo Alburns Hurry for Ihis outstanding value! A manufacturer's clearance of stereo albums at a low, low price. 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