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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Thursday, December 17, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Israeli to rejoin talks LONDON (AP) Israeli For- eign Minister Abba Eban said here he believes his country will rejoin the Middle East peace talks under the suspices of United Nations mediator Gunnar V. Jarring and that new negotiations "will open in the early part of 1971." Gban made the statement in response to a question after an address to Britain's Royal Insti- tute of International Affairs. "My own feeling is that in what remains of 1970 the Israeli cabinet will want to bring this matter under review and deci- Eban said. Until recently, Israel had in- sisted there could be no resump- tion of the talks until Egypt agreed to pull newly-placed anti-aircraft SAM missiles back from the Suez canal ceasefire ABBA E'BAN Killed his Canadian, fiancee MUNICH (AP) A West German court sentenced a Ger- man today to 15 years imprison- ment for the murder in Munich March 16, 1969, of his Canadian fiancee. Albert Korder, 28, pleaded guilty to shooting Jean Ellis, 27, of Ottawa, 11 times in the street outside her home. She was born in England, but was a Canadian citizen. He then shot himself six fames in the chest, but his life was saved in hospital. The court was told the girl had left him for another man. Reds slow down arms buildup WASHINGTON (AP) The defence department reported Wednesday the Russians may have recently started slowing the construction of huge SS-9 missiles and could be levelling off in their major missile buildup. A top Pentagon spokesman confirmed recent unofficial re- ports that the Soviet Union ap- parently had slowed deployment of the SS-9, which United States authorities regard as a major threat to the survival of U.S. missiles in any surprise attack on American bases. Jerry W. Friedheim, deputy assistant secretary of defence, told a news briefing "We now believe that the Soviet Union could have somewhat fewer than 300 SS-9s operational or under construction." Friedheim said more than 250 of the SS-9s are already in com- bat readiness. No hot water in cold snap NEW YOPJC (AP) Resi- dents of New York City, sec- tions of Westchester County and nearby New Jersey faced the shivering prospect of cold ra- diators and no hot water as fuel oil tank truck drivers and oil burner servicemen went on strike today. The walkout began after members of Local 553, Interna- tional Brotherhood of Teams- ters, voted 891 to 443 Tuesday night to reject a contract offer. Edward Sulzberger, a spokes- man for city landlords, said many apartment buildings had oil reserves for only a day or two- Toivn has clean air again but residents lose jobs SAN JUAN BAUTISTA, Calif. (AP) This mission town, one of Western Amer- ica's oldest, will have clean air once again, but few jobs. Faced with a 52 million bill to meet air pollution stand- ards, tlie Ideal Cement Co., the town's only industry, says it is closing its 52-year-old plant here Jan. 1. Grain exchange to be elosed during holiday WINNIPEG (CP) The Win- nipeg Grain Exchange an- nounced today it will remain closed Monday, Dec. 28, mak- ing a four-day Christmas holi- dsy break for the exchange. The exchange also will have an abbreviated schedule Dec. 24 and Dec. 31, closing at noon rather than its usual p.m. CST closing time. Nickel company changes made SUDBURY, Out. (CP) Thu chairman and chief officer of International Nickel Co. of Can- ada Ltd. announced three changes here in the company's administration staff. Henry Wingate said John A. Pigott, vice-president and divl-' sion general manager for On- tario, will bo moved to Toronto to assume the duties of vice- president of operations. John McCreedy, vice-presi- dent and division general mana- ger for Manitoba, will succeed Mr. Pigotl and Copper Cliff, Out.. Donald K. Munn. assistant division general manager tor Manitoba, will move into Mr. McCrccdy's former job. Mayor Leonard Caetano, an Ideal employee himself for 28 years, estimates that 800 of "the town's residents de- pend on the cement plant for their living. Caetano, a nat i v e of this rural town 75 miles south of San Francisco, says he is moving to take a job at an- other Ideal plant, and that he expects many of Ideal's 160 other workers to move out San Juan Bautista, too. "I've got seven children, and I've got to find a way to make a good said Caetano. About a year ago some resi- dents complained to state air pollution authorities that smoke from I d e a 1 's four stacks soiled the air of their warm, secluded valley. The state found no violation of present air pollution laws, Caetano said, but warned that "we were violating the nui-s- ance laws under the state public health code and could be sued." Last month the company <-.nnounced the plant would ba closed. Tiie town's only other source of revenue is tourists who come to visit its 173- year-old mission, one of 21 founded by the Franciscan fathers who explored and set- tled California. TIIE RIVER The name Yukon, name of the great northern river as well as of the territory, is an Indian word meaning river." U.S. economy hailed by Nixon WASHINGTON (AP) ThR United States economy moved past the 51 trillion mark yester- day, a milestone to its wealth, production and inflation. President Nixon hailed the oc- casion, calling the U.S. economy the key to the country's ability to embark on social programs such as family assistance and education. In ceremonies at the com- merce department, Nixon un- veiled a new gross national product clock; an electronic de- vice that ticks off the U.S. eco- nomic growth at tlxs rate of a second. It measures minute by minute the annual rate of the U.S. output in terms of goods and services. u SIMPSONS-SEARS Distinctive fragrances -For the man on your list... A. JADE EAST COLOGNE. In 4 oz. size.......4.95 B. JADE EAST AFTER 1... 4-oz. size.........3.9S C. GOLDEN TANTULUS GIFT SET. Contains 4 ozs. cologne, 4 ozs. afler shave, 9.75 Not Shown. GOtDEN LIME FRAGRANCE. In 4 oz. cologne 4.95 4-oz. after shove. 3.95 BRUT D. BRUT SPtlT. After shove, 3.2-ozs. 6.00 E. BRUT FtlGHT SET. Containing 1 oz. after shave, 1.5 OZ5. Brut lotion. 5.75 F. BRUT SNIFTER. 1-oz. lotion.........1.25 Not Shown. BRUT DEMI............ 10.00 SOAP ON A ROPE.......3.00 SET OF tOTION, after shove, deod. 7.00 'Vsv.- C G. SET of 4-oz. cologne, 4-oz. afler shave and 4-oz. soap on a lan- yard.............. 18.00 H KANON AERSOt COLOGNE. 3U ozs. 8.50 ENGLISH LEATHER N. AFTER SHAVE LOTION, In 4-oz. size, Nat Shown. oz. cologne.......... 5.00 OI. cologne...........4.50 All purpose cologne., 4-ozs. R. HIP POCKET KIT. 2-oz. cologne 3.00 S. ESSENTIAL PUB. 2-or. shove, deod. BRITISH STERLING U. TRAVEL KIT. Containing 3-ozs. cologne, 3-oz. after shave lotion, deodorant and talc................ 16.73 V. TWO PIECE GIFT SET. Containing 4-ozs. after shave lotion, 4.ozs. cologne.............9.50 iBRITISH STERLING cologns ond after shavg lotion also in popular Bitter temon fragrance. T. CLASSIC PUB. 2 piece set containing 2-ozs. afler shove, and 2-ozs. cologno. 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