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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HEP.AID Wstlncitlny, Fi-brunry 9, 1971 Pin I ol tdc UJM'OX (AI'l The: Ira- ditiimal pinl i'[ ;.U' will vivv in KnKli-'li OtlKT (VlllUric.S-llld IliraSUlTS Midi ;is inc'irs :inl ounct's will (In1 in UriUiin us il moves inlu ihu t'lrmnum Marh'l. Tllr unvi'i'imu'iil 1'ii'ixirnl today tn phase mil Ite yards ard and pounds "and im-lrcs. litres and dc'dnnl sjstem of mcasiiri'mi'iil used in ICurope and moM cf I'ne rest of the world. Ilrilain joins ;he Kuro- Kccncmiir Community in 1673. A gcnurmucni jioliey doi'U- I nii'iil said traditional [Irilish mea.sni-es will die gradually, with no alirnpl transition like UK? last yi'ar when pounds, j-ltillintis and jiennies were changed In a system (if pounds and new ponce. ''The poveniinent lias no lu dixmiuiiw the f.'dc of draushl lira- by the the uiiilc- piper assured. they see no reason In fur-hid ils .-ale hv measures ni a lilie or ils sulmiulliple." j TiMi-'.i.i'ss I'I.ACT: j There is r.o lime al the Pole all lime zones con- verge. BISSETT ELECTRIC (1971) 226 12lh 51. A N. Phone 327-7508 LEON J. CZAJICOWSKI Authorized Dealer and Service Centre for Leland Elecfric Motors Prestolite AC and DC Specializing in three phaso wiring Trudeau aide hints Canadians may create own auto WASIILVGTON (CD Cana- dians want their cuiinlry to be less vulnerable to aelions .such as Presidenl Nixon's economic measures last Augibl. a parliii- mentary secretary lo Prime .Minister Tiudcau said Tuesday. Those measures, willi their reslrielions on trade, "r.etu.'illy helped eoiTeet inler- nalional trade and monetary distortions wre bad for of Barney Danson, Liberal member of Parliament for Tovnnlo, North York, tolil the Koeiely of the Plastics In- j dustry. "l-'orUmatcly, the damage to our cc'onomy was moderate but i Ihe apparent laek of awareness nf Hie Canadian position lias galvanized Canadian public epinion into a determination to 1 reduce our vulnerability to such massive and potentially disas. tjnus nclions again." lie also said American com- panies operating abroad should act as good corporate citizens by "hiring and training local management and buying as much equipment and sup- plies domestically as are avail- able." The "social, economic and na- tional objectives of Ibc host country" should be used as guides for conducl, he added. He eilcd from his own cxperi- Summer's airncst upon ub! Si ore away those winter clothes for another year in cue of Canada's finest lighlweight vinyl trunks from Union. They're great for mov- ing or ;ust plain storage same even have cedar linings- Blue, Green, Melon. Roomy metal trunk wilh tray. Blue only. Extra Large Storage Trunk .Sturdy vinyl trunk f rag rent cctJor lining x Melon, Green. Vinyl covered covert ply lamina'cd llcol willi vinyl binding. -10" x 21" x Blue, Green, Melon Trunk with Tray Green, Mr-Ion. EACH 26.95 Open 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. anrl Friilny 9 n.m, lo 9 p.m London police hunt killers LONDON (Hcutcr) Police hunted today for killers who wrapped the mutilated bodies of a mother and child in. kerosene- soaked blankets and set them ablaze. Tlie bodies of Margaret Rich- mond, 25, and her two-year-old son, Justin, were found badly charred with multiple slab wounds in the bathroom of a south London house Monday. Police in west England have been asked lo watch for two young as hippie to be hitch-hik- ing lo Cornwall. The two men, Mrs. Richmond and a number of others, are be- lieved to have attended a parly a few hours before the murders. ence as a of plastics industry equipment some cases where American subsidiaries in Canada chose lines of equip- ment used by Ihe U.S. parent rather Ilian Canadian-made al- ternatives. "Most nations are increas- ingly conscious of the need lo develop technological and scien- tific capacity within their own he said. But Canada cannot maintain its level of prosperity without a healthy and prosperous Ameri- can economy. "By the same token, you can well understand that we cannot be the authors of Ihe undue de- pletion of our own strengths and resources, not to mention eco- nemic sovereignty." Canada faces two options, mergar with the US. or "neces- sary protective he said. He dismissed merger as in- consistent with Canadian pride and loyalty. He hinted that the govern- ment's new foreign-investment policy will make no attempt to cut off capital investment but that "selective" controls will ensure foreign investment is re- lated to national objectives. He suggested Canada may work to create a domestically- owned automobile industry if current negotiations on the Can- ada-U.S. auto pact result in se- rious disadvantages. "As a Canadian I would feel more secure as a bargainer il we had just one domeslically- mvncd automotive company, and I don't think tin's is beyond our technical competence or market potential. "That is nol Ihe case, how- ever, at least not at Ihe mo- ment, and presumably will not be so if we resell fair agree- ment on the present basis witli the big three U.S. auto compa- nies being the backbone of the industry in your country and mine." Saskatchewan Tor SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. (CP) Jack Mdnlosh, Pro- gressive Conservative member of Parliament for the southern Saskatchewan constituency of Swift Curent-Maple Creek, has announced his retirement from polilics. Mr. Mclnlosh, C2, said in an interview Tuesday be will nol allow his name to stand for nomination in the next federal election. He has represented the constituency since ISnl. Art Kobalzek, a Swift Current auctioneer and real cslale bro- ker, said at a Conservative meeting Monday night he in- tends to seek Ihe nomination. V (i. it a Women's Crinkle Pump fashion Buckle Open Doily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. Thursday ond Friday 9 a.m. la 9 p.m. .vfjWlv College Shopping Mall; 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ITV HlGHUGHTS! WEDNESDAY SPOUT: Pro Hockey, fi p.m., Cli. 13. Ths Pittsburgh Ten- quins meet the Maple Leafs at Toronto. SPORT: Olympic Games, 8 p.m., Cli. 7. Men's compul- sory figures, 1500-metre speed skating, men's giant slalom and hockey will be seen. COMEDY: ABC Comedy Hour, 8 p.m., Cli. II. Ed Sulli- van and Will Jordan help the Kopycals spoof "All In The "Columbo" and "Laugh-In." DOCTOR DKAMA: Marcus Wclliy, !l p.m.. Ch. II. A drama about the unexplained phenomenon that kills thousands of healthy babies year. DRAMA: 0 p.m., Cli. 11. An outbreak of botulism is the major emergency tackled by doctors and paramedics in tonight's show. MUSIC SPECIAL: Two In Concert, p.m., Cli. 7. A recital by cellist Zara Nelsova amd her husband, pianist Grant Johannesen. MOVIE DRAMA: of p.m., Cli. 7. The story of a relationship between a disillusioned sailor and a factory girl, THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The Third 1 p.m., Cli. 7. A composer and his sister-in-law plan to murder Hie compos- er's wife. MOVIE DRAMA: "Eight O'Clflck 1 p.m., Cli. 13. The slory of the trial o[ a cab-driver accused of murdering an eight-year old child with the famed Old Bailey courtroom providing the setting. ANGLO'S are lined by Ihe radio and television stations. Any variation in program .to rnlnute changes by the nations and li not (hi' rwipon- ilbiliiy of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. A CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill wilh Contemporary News WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAr 17-nn Inlnr Deryl Clark B 00 Barry He-gland Jack Newfeld .Mm Sheare Checline Leo DoW IrCD jcnn Ofivrjr Beryl Clark WEDNESDAY MGHT THURSPAY World at Six Jim Elliot Rob Ingram Show CBC News Regucil Aclion Mews, Wlhr, ?pc Jcrin Walker Show Phone Bill Show a.m. Doug Wayne Biirry son Show Probe 1220 News, Will Ncy.-s and 1 Rob Ingrarr World al S lir, Sport Grain -A- CHEC FM TV News Hourly Wlhr. Hclf Hour WON. THRU SAT. 6 00 Den MacMfislcr Concerts (Dob Consie) Don MacMasler Don Hcdman Sign-Olf Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Alberla Conccrls THURSDAY World al Six News 6'D? As II Happens Vancouver Chamber World al 9 6'01 Concern Arli 1 His Cc'Jnlry Belwecn Ourselves Arls V Sports. Wlhr Drcncslra lOrlo From the News, Sparls, Wlhr Mnx Ferguson Five Nighls a weeK Jazz Track 6.00 World el 6 First Becduse We Last MODEL HP-149 All built in one compact unil Stereo Record Changer Cassette Recorder Complete with Speakers 31CK85 o See the complete Sony line at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steleo and flftotopiapltic Cenlet 419 5rh St. S Phone 32B-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT News (c) Truth or Telcprobc 1 Consequences Earl Nighlmgate S 30 Telcgrobe 7 11-.J5 6-.m Movie: A Nice Litllc Bank That Should be Robbed Prnliac Olympics Wan at Ihe Top Two in Ccncerl 10.30 Tomrny Danks Porl of Call THURSDAY Farm and Cily Rompor Rr.srr Mr. Pre.ssun Friendly Gi.inl CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cahlovision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAV r-lintslanes (c) Tnnuqhl Icr Day Univcrsily or Air 6.00 NHL Pittsburgh House of (it Toronto (c) Fritjhlrjnslpin 8 30 Sportsbeat Program Hilirihk Marcus Wolhy Cc) Fashion Scwiny Tlie Persuaders (C P.irlons Francais" 11-nn NPVJS (c) Yoga in "Convprsnlinn PcnrJulum Erl Allrn 12-ltO FroSl Plerro Bcrlon 3-.M Ano'upr VJiirld Ic) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Carol Durneti Mndirnl Centre Mannix 9.00 i Am a Fan (c) 10: W Winter Olympics THURSDAY OH Our World Wmler Olymnli Today Snow Twlay in Cfinccntmlirn L'rlfji Sillfi 0( Iho tenliiry DO 1 c vc 9 30 Hollywood SdUrircs Slyli- lO'dO Jeopardy 3..'d Who, V.'hflt, Where VGn I ncV .1- hi Onii'i Ncw.s A'.v 11 i Sn 11.MO As ll.e World Tin 17-00 Ncv.r, (c) 5-.I..1 I'lkihlly '11 Di-k (c) KFBB-TV Grcaf Falls Channel 5 (Cablovision Ch. H) WEDNESDAY NIGHT News d G.I.-c 6: CO News Room in 7. QO Pnrlrklqe r.imMy ['drlir-'s Tnlhrr 7 ho Kopy If) l (O Dirk fnvrlt THURSDAY rnrm Nnvvj. (c) News Ciipl.iiri K.T (l.r.U Diiinli's I'lricc r Jack LaLlnno (1m Audrey (cl Our G-lllopinfi Grurriof 'j J1 Ct i Where Hio llrnrt Is Kir News 10.Ji) f-Mrrh t, r -j All My Children Lcli Mnka a Dcnl Nr; ;