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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDOC WldlHKtoy, 13.1174 to our Terrific Sound VALUES! PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL FEBRUARY 23 31-2045 31-1973 Regular 84.95 SAVE 259 95 Realistic 70-wott NOW Stereo Receiver with FOUR CHANNEL Synthesizer Realistic STA-75. The "value-sensation" for '74 has our exclusive Quatravox built in for derived 4-channel sound from any 2-channel stereo source! Just add four speakers for "surround-sound" similar to what you hear in night- clubs and theatres. Or, use it as a stereo receiver and add two extra speakers for quad sound later on. 31-2003 Regular 89.95 Compact 24-watt Solid-State Amplifier ...and a Matching Stereo Tuner Realistic SA-175C. Mini-sized, lot of stereo in a little space! Switch selects magnetic or ceramic phono input, tape inputs and outputs too. direct-coupled circuit. Hz response! Realistic TM-175B. FET FM front end. Wideband AM circuit. Sensitive V circuit pulls in more stations, more clearly. 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It is no fantasy that the right of some countries to use their vastly disproportionate amounts of resources to support wasteful energy consumption could soon be challenged by the world community, Mr. Strong told the Men's Canadian Club of Ottawa, Canada, with less than one per cent of the world's popu- lation but with large oil, coal and uranium reserves, would be one of the first countries to be challenged if it adopts a policy "of narrow and defensive said Mr. Strong, a Canadian who is executive director of the United Nations' environment program. Up to now, the sovereign right of a country to its bounti- ful resources has not been se- riously questioned, he said. But values are changing, just as the once sacred concept of private property has been eroded by the concept of benefitting the greatest number. There is no reason why a value system based on respect for national sovereignty will not similarly be eroded as people come to realize this is "a planetary society" and that no one country can act irresponsibly as resources and commodities diminish, he said. Many countries are adopting "narrow and short- sighted concepts of national including the Arab world which has restricted its. exports of oil, he said. However, the Arab countries were probably doing the industrialized countries a favor, albeit "a tough by making the developed countries adopt energy conservation practices. In an interview, Mr. Strong said his view is based on a per- sonal assessment following observations and talks with leading public figures, scientists and thinkers throughout the world. Because Canada is reasonably self-sufficient in energy resources, it could become "a ghetto of privilege and plenty in a world of growing scarcity and said Mr. Strong, secretary- general of the 1972 Stockholm conference on the environ- ment. This would not only be mor- ally repugnant, "but would also be the height of political folly and for it would be ultimately self- destructive, he told government and business leaders in a luncheon speech. Mr. Strong said Canada has a special responsibility in managing its resources and its environment. "It must regard itself not just as the sovereign owner and possessor of these advantages, but in the larger sense as their trustee. "It does not mean that Canadians should be denied the benefits of these resources, swear it's the only machine I'll ever buy! That's why I chose the Bernina in the first place it's the only machine I'll ever HAVE to buy! 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