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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, December 22, 1971 THE IETHBRIDSE HEKAID IB Nixon words 'great relief to Canada' OTTAWA (CP) Prime Min- ister Trudeau says President Nixon's that the U.S. does not want to dominate Can- ada economically are "a great relief" to Canada. Those who do not gel Mr. Nix- on's message are blind, tho prime minister added in an in-1 given liim assurances Dee. li in terview with the New York Washington that the U.S. did i.ot Times. A transcript of the inter- view was made public Tuesday by Mr. Tnideau's office. "The prime minister said it might not sound very revolu- tionary thaf Mr. Nixon had want an annual trade surplus with Canada. "It has been pooh-poohed al- ready in Canada as saying, 'Big deal, the U.S. say they don't want to gobble us up.' W '4f, -r- Q Irv if. 1972 f (CP) The In- i Air Transport Asso- announced Tuesday that have been com- on a 1972 fares agree- for airlines flying between Euiope, the Middle East, uca, Asia and the southwest An (ATA spokesman that the fares must be voted on by two A TEST OF STRENGTH -Three fallow deer pit their strength in a battle for who have deferred their ion of a tree branch in their pen at High Park in Toronto. In a spirited display the until Jan. X while they as- took turns bumping heads and testing their were not named. spokesman explained that will be effective if the Captured register an abstention, but will have to be renegotiated if there is a dissenting vote. Agreement was reached in and announced in Mont- HONG KONG rAP) One by our fighters and peo- 1 blows" to refer to military by the head office of the four American pilots shot association of 108 world over North Vietnam Saturday was wounded and all reference to "punitive blows" does not necessarily ttmf HIP nilots had other captured pilots are Maj. Kenneth R. Johnson, -airlines. Sample round-trip fares arc showed "great fear on their 1 beaten up hy their captors. The faces" after they were cap- j Vietnamese Communists Kenneth Roth Wells. 24, and Maj. Leland Louis follows: Feb. 1, 45-120 day individual excursion fare Lon- lured, Radio Hanoi use the term basic; London-Auckland Radio Hanoi said Lieut. Samuel Richard Vaughan, 26, suffered leg wounds when he was shot down and captured in (lie Tan Lac area of Hoa Binh patienl dies STANFORD. Calif. (AP) She received her new heart Stanford University Hospital Sept. 1969, the )7th heart has disclosed that its third long- transplant patient operated peak; Nov. 1. 10-30 day group-inclusive tour for groups of 15 passengers between Europe Japan a decrease from the current for groups Describing the appearance of Vaughan and the other three captured American pilots at a Hanoi news conference Monday, Radio Hanoi said "all four looked very m i s e r a h 1 c and showed great fear on their faces because of the punitive surviving heart-transplant patient, Betty Johnson, died at the hospital. The hospital said here that the death of Mrs. Johnson. 47, a Logan, Utah, housewife, resulted from "late rejection" of her new Dr. Norman Shumway and his surgical 25 or more passengers April 1, 30-90 day individual excursion fare London-Singapore Copenhagen-Bangkok S618; Zurich-Hong Kong S8G3; Athens-Manila Tlie fares are subject to the approval of the government of RISK The risk of mid-air collisions will be reduced during the 1970s through use of communications satellites for air traffic "But if wi; know you arc not. organizing your economy thai in ir.ind, then this niakus it very much easier to deal with problems, say, of foreign owner- ship, control of capital coming into Canada. Mr. Trudeau said the purpose of U.S. 'IVcasury Secretary John Connally was "to shake up world." But Mr. MX on had made clear to him that Mr. Connally was speaking only in the short term and was "not enunciating a long-term policy." "This is great relief to us. and (hose who don't get the mes- said: ''We're not going to move away from the U.S. We're going to be friends willy-nilly, and probably more willy lan nilly." On (he subject of Quebec, Mr. Trudeau said it is sometimes a duty to challenge authority. But authority had been too vi- olently attacked in the province in the last five or six years. There was a danger of Quebec's elite finally convincing (he people that separatism was right. there would be reaction against this "self-centred type of nationalism." Separatism was against "the countries where the airlines concerned are based. IATA announced Monday that ill international air fares will he frozen temporarily at rates that existed before the interna- tional monetary revaluation an- nounced during the weekend, All IATA fares are based on the pound sterling and the U.S. dol- lar, both of which were affected sharply by the revaluation. IATA said adjustmenl will be made in fares following a Jan. 5 meeting of its member airlines in Geneva. The Geneva conference an- nounced last week a fares agreement for other regions, in- cluding the busy North Atlantic, which had been faced with a possible price war because of disagreement among certain airlines over fares for the route. sage, well, I Ihink they're Rut. interest and tlic gilt feeling i blind." I of the average At another point, Mr. Tnideau dian." Communal property act needs revision-Russell Smooth alive with deep-down satisfaction CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta Communal Property Act needs revision lo bring il in line the province's human rights legislation, says Munici- pal Affairs Minister David Rus- sell. The government will begin a study of the 1947 Properties Act next year, lie said. During the study there M-ould likely be a six months suspen- sion of activities of the Com- munal Property Control Board which was set up to administer the act. The two members of the board were fired Dec. 3 after a dispute following the board's recommendation that a new Hutterite colony be approved near Drumheller. The act, which prohibits the acquisition of b.nd by commu- nal groups without provincial approval, upheld as con- stitut i o n a 1 by the Supreme Court of Canada in 1969. PILOT'S FAULT PRETORIA, South Africa (AP) Private pilot George M. Hattingh's plane hit a power line and he made an emergency landing, so lie sued the Electric- ity Supply Commission for dam- ages. The court rejected his claim and awarded the commis- sion for damaEe to the power line. HOLIDAY OFFICE HOURS During Ihe Christmas and New Year's holidays Can- adian Western offices will be closed on December 27, 28 and again on January 3, in addition to Christmas Day and New Year's Day. As always the company will be available for emer- gency service. The emergency number is 245-7511. Requests for service calls relating to normal appli- ance adjustment, meter installations, account inquiries and general business should be made during normal office hours on days other than those listed above. Your friends at the gas company take this oppor- tunity to extend to all of our customers the warmest of seasons greetings. canaoian uuesiem naruraLoas company umrreo J Serving Albertans since PANASONIC oertect for Christmas J Come on over to Calgary Export. It's brewed from the world's finest malt- Alberta's Conquest barley malt ripened to golden perfection under the western prairie sun. Here's beer the way beer should taste bursting with flavour, alive with deep-down satisfaction from the very first glass. Earned a man-sized thirst? Reach for Calgary Export. Come on over to Calgary Export. It's big, bold and beautiful! Panasonic-Ike Gifford CT-392 Color Portable with 185 square inc'nes viewing area (19" Di- Panalock AFT. Automatic deguassing. 3 IF stages. 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