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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta M THI UTHUIDCI HERALD F.idoy, F.brgory 12, 1971 France warms up to NATO allies BRUSSELS (AP) Major taken place, but they were on a French participation in allied naval manoeuvres was seen at North Atlanitc Treaty Organiza- tion headquarters here Thurs- day as a new sign of growing warmth for it in France since the late Gen. Charles de Gaulle spumed it nearly two years ago. French participation in the exercise, code-named Sunny Skies 71, was announced in Lis- bon. Other joint manoeuvres have Peasants killed in landslide LIMA, Peru (AP) Police disclosed Wednesday that 24 peasants died Monday in a land- slide near Cuzeo, 600 miles southeast of Lima. An officer of the Civil Guard Corps in Cuzco said an undetermined number of persons also were missing in the landslide in the district of Limatambo, 50 miles from Cuzco. The landslide occurred after heavy rains. smaller scale and attracted less attention. There have been other signs that France is working more closely with its NATO allies. Gen. Michel Fourquet, the French chief of staff, has aban- doned his predecessor's idea that France ought to be ready to defend itself from an attack "in any though the United States and Britain also were potential enemies. He paid his first call to Allied European up near Casteau, Belgium, in 1967 after de Gaulle said he no longer wanted it on French soil 27 for talks with Gen. Andrew J. Goodpaster, the American supreme commander. Though de Gaulle took French forces out of the integrated command of the alliance, France has always remained a member. France is not expected to return soon to integrated Al- lied command but officers and diplomats of the alliance consi- der increased co-operation likely. INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS ANNUAL INSTALLATION SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20th Cocktails p.m. Smorgasbord p.m. HENDERSON LAKE GOLF COURSE Tickets by reservation only Not later than Monday, February 15lh CONTACT R. Wheeldon 327-6141 I. Carefoot 328-1327 M. Tremel 328-3785 lodge Office 328-5701 SCHOOL FOR GAMBLERS A. B. Irwin instructs his five-girl staff on the finer points of roulette at his El Casino College, a school opening in Toronto March 1, where he will teach customers how to break the bank in four easy lessons. Police, who recently took a look at the gambling school, have decided to reserve comment until they see the school in operation. Govt. helps Rolls-Royce LONDON (AP) The British government announced Thurs- day night it will finance some production work on the RB-211 jet engine until March 5, in a new effort to help Rolls-Royce stave off bankruptcy. It said the aim is to give the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. of the United States more time to con- sida- negotiating a new contract for use of the engine in Lock- heed's Tri-star airbus jeis. Rolls-Royce went into receiv- ership a week ago after declar- ing that skyrocketing develop- ment costs on the RB-211 made it impossible to deliver the en- gine to Lockheed on time. The British government stepped in to take over Rolls- Royce's aero-engine division, but promised Lockheed that the RB-211 project would continue only if new prices and delivery dates could be negotiated. The government announce- ment was made in the House of Commons by Aviation Supply Minister Frederick Corfield at the start of debate on the gov- ernment's bill to nationalize the Oddities in the Tuop 60% MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS BRISTOL, England (AP) .G Thompson, 43, Rev. Charles Shells has been appointed a canon of his teeth in his sleep. He underwent the first of HAVE: A MUFFLUR FOR MOST CARS Cathedral. "I always INSTALLATION I should be a canon with MINUTE INSTALLATION name like said (AP) GUARANTEED MUFFLERS Ralph Varchetto's INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES the Illinois Bell AT COLOMBO, Ceylon (Renter) A giant oil tanker has been delayed hare on its maiden voyage from Japan to including for U.S. tax. The company blamed a "computer mistake" and said Persian Gulf because receive a corrected radio operator swallowed false teeth. The INSTALLATIONS tanker T. G. Shaughnessy made an emergency stop UNITED STATES In' 1969, persons 509 6th Avenue South Phone 328-8134 Monday night after Radio aeronautics division of (lie stricken company. CorfieW said the government Government to continue EMO backing CALGARY (CP) The pro- vincial government will main- tain its present level of support for the Emergency Measures Organization, Attorney Gen- eral Edgar Gerhart said Thurs- day. The province provides 25 per cent of the fund? for the or- ganization's annual budget with the federal govern- ment supplying the remainder. Mr. Gerhart told 250 dele- gates at the start of the annual meeting that a good emergency measures plan is the surest way of preserving sovereignty over Canadian territory as well as a necessity to save lives in a natural or man-made disas- ter. would finance "such RB-JIt work as the government decide is necessary to keep open the option to continue the program." E. Rupert Nicholson, who as government-appointed receiver now is the man running Rolls- Royce, was authorized by Cor- field's statement to finance ex- penses "reasonably incurred" to keep the project going until March 5. The statement was left delib- erately vague as to how much work would continue on the RB-211. This could depend on progress in the talks involving Rolls-Royce, Lockheed and the British and U.S. governments. 300 SUNGLASSES to choose from AVAILABLE IN YOUR RX LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE invites applications for the position of LABORATORY ASSISTANT EDUCATION: Applicants should possess at least yean training past grade 12. Graduates from university or chemical technology programs preferred but con- sideration will be given to persons with chemistry of biology beyond the grade 12 level. EXPERIENCE: Desirable but not essential. SALARY: Salary for the above position is commensurate with qualifications and experience APPLICATIONS! Applicants should apply for the standard "Application for Employment" form to: Director of Personnel, Lethbridge Community College, Lethbridge, Alberta Concludes Saturday Consider Contemporaries by Carriage Lane Think it over! The superb craftsmanship, ihe sale prices, ihe Eaton assurance of qualify. 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