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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO SONS LOST - Mr. and Mrs. Louis Johnson and sons of Portland, Ore., show pictures of two other sons who were killed in Vietnam. The U.S. defence department announced the death of Army Sgt. Clifford T. Johnson, (in left frame). Charles (right frame), a Navy medical corpsman, died less than three years ago. Youngest boy Gordon (left) has not been in service. William, 28, was in the Marines for four years. "They're not going to get my youngest." said Mrs. Johnson." I think we have contributed and suffered enough." High-powered trade team heads for Moscow soon OTTAWA (CP) - A high-powered Canadian delegation headed by Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin will go to Moscow late this month for the launching of an ambitious industrial exchanges agreement between Canada and the U.S.S.R. Officials here see the agreement as opening an era of close co-operation between the two countries in industrial technology. Under negotiation for about a year, it was to have been signed for r ada by Prime Minister Truv on his planned Soviet tour last October. But Mr. Tru-deau postponed the trip because of the Cross-Laporte kidnap emergency. The prime minister plans now to make the journey in May. In the meantime, the agreement has been initialled in Moscow, and Mr. Pepin will formally sign it Jan. 27. Travelling with the trade minister will be about 15 senior officials from seven federal departments and agencies, and a like number of high executives from Canadian industry. Besides signing the document, Mr. Pepin will lead the Canadian delegation to the first meeting of a mixed commission to be established under the CANADA are invited by The Parliamentary Committee on the CONSTITUTION OF CANADA to a PUBLIC MEETING to discuss your country, Canada, and the way you want it to be vous etesl'invitSdu ComitS parlementaire sur la CONSTITUTION DU CANADA aune ASSEMBLEE PUBLIQUE pour discuter de la constitution et de l'avenir du Canada LETHBRIDGE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE KATE ANDREWS AUDITORIUM "Wed., Jan. 13-7:30 p.m, mer. le 13 janv. - 19h30 The special Joint Committee of the Senate and the House of Commons on the Constitution of Canada is travelling across Canada to find out what people think about our country and its future-whether our present constitution meets all our requirements. It wilt be something like a Town Hall meeting. Everybody who loves Canada and has some ideas about the way it should grow and develop is invited. You don't have to be an expert or represent any group. We want the opinions of individual Canadians-men and women, old and young, rich and poor and in-between. Your thoughts can be spoken or you may wish to present a brief, or you may prefer to sit and listen. You will be most welcome. Come and enjoy a friendly exchange of views on questions that affect the future of Canada-the constitutional aspects of questions like: Lc Comite special mixte du Senat et de la Chambre des communes sur la Constitution du Canada visile toutes les regions du pays pour connaitre cc que les ci-toyens pensent du Canada, de son avenir et pour savoir si la Constitution actuelle convient a leurs aspirations. Les reunions du Comite revStiront le caractere de reunions publiques. Cette invitation s'adresse a tous ceux qui aiment lc Canada et qui veulent le voir se dcvelopper comme il convient. Point n'est besoin d'etre expert ou de rcpresenter un groupement. Le Comite veut connaitre l'opinion de tous les Canadiens quels qu'ils soient, hommes et femmes, jeunes et moins jeunes, riches et pauvres. 11 est loisible a chacun d'exprimer ses idees oralement ou par ecrit ou bien simplcment d'assister aux reunions. Le Comite* vous invite cordialement a participer k cet cchange d'idees sur les problemes constitutionnels qui faconneront 1'avenir du Canada. .,. X "y REGIONAL DISPARITIES / Nlesjmspariteb region ales/ EDUCATION ^tlpUCATION THf'iSENAW  tE'$6NAT i^^MO^ARCHI^ ^ MONARCHY For further information write or calk MR. MICHAEL B. KIRBY, Joint Clerk of the Special Joint Committee on the Constitution of Canada, HOUSE OF COMMONS, Ottawa, Ontario (613) 992-9987 Four plus de eMails, pritre de eommnlquer aveer M. MICHAEL B. KIRBY, Cogreffier du Comite special mixte sur 1% Constitution du Canada, CHAMBRE DES COMMUNES, Ottawa (613) 992-9987 agreement, charged with identifying areas of co-operation in the technology field. He will be in the Soviet Union Jan. 26-Feb. 3. MEET YEARLY The commission, under terms of the agreement, will meet once a year or more often if necessary, reliable sources say. Canadian officials expressed hope that the pact will lead to a wide range of co-operative activities involving both coun- New Zealand orders new plane device MONTREAL (CP) - Air New Zealand has ordered a DC-10-30 aircraft flight simulator, costing about $3.6 million, from CAE Electronics Ltd. of Montreal, it was announced Tuesday. The order includes the new CAE visual simulation system being developed in conjunction with CBS Laboratories of Stamford, Conn., to meet the requirements for training pilots to fly the aircraft of the 1970s. The visual system will provide pilots with a full-color view of an airport and surrounding terrain during taxiing, take-off, approach and landing in the simulator. It involves the projection of pictures on to a screen in front of the cockpit windshield. The scene is precisely what the pilot would see if he were in an ac tual aircraft performing identical flight manoeuvres at the real airport. tries, from simple exchanges of expert personnel to possible joint industrial ventures and sales of equipment to go with exchanged knowhow. The possibility of Canadian plants being established in the Soviet Union in areas of special Canadian competence is not excluded, though officials emphasized that no specific goals have been set. Pulp and paper and the asbestos industry have been cited informally as areas where the Soviets might seek to benefit from Canadian expertise. Those areas in which the Canadians acknowledge they may learn something from the Russians include northern construction and communication, forest-based and mineral-based industry, long-range power transmission, and fossil fuels. Authoritative sources said that while in Moscow Mr. Pepin will also discuss with Soviet officials a general exchange agreement between Canada and the U.S.S.R., to cover cultural, educational, scientific and other exchanges. AWARDED $44,613 MONTREAL (CP) - Helmut Englehardt, a CBC film director who suffered extensive injuries in a helicopter accident in 1967, was awarded damages of $44,613 here in Quebec Suae-rior Court. Mr. Englehardt and his cameraman were flying over Expo 67 when the helicopter crashed. Mr. Englehardt suffered multiple fractures and facial disfigurement. JANUARY ENTIRE STOCK OF COATS-SUITS-DRESSES (OATS Untrimmed - Entire Stock Must Go! Reg. to 49.95 Reg. to 89.95 NOW AS LOW AS NOW AS LOW AS 19" 45 .00 PLEASE NOTE: W� carry q full line of Fur Cellar* and Cuff* - mink in many thadu, coon, fox, and muikrar. All cellar* eatily attached. Purchase an untrimmed coat and we will tupply the collar and cuff* for at lew as V� price. DRESSES and 2-PIECE OUTFITS Wools, crepes, fortrels, metallics, sizes 7-20, 16V4-24V4. Reg. to 26.00 Reg. to 35.00 NOW NOW p.oo 15.0012'�?20'0� Man Made % and % FUR COATS Olta Pur, Persian lamb, SmI, Berg, Broadtail, Mink. ALL SALE PRICED Reg. 49.95 1ft QC NOW AS IW*'9 LOW AS____ � W Reg. to 69.95 fbffc QC NOW AS V W� LOW AS .... m W Full Length Man-Made FUR COATS Untrmimed and fur trimmed, Otta Fur, Persian, Broadtail, plus a host of ethers Reg. to 59.95 ft ft QC NOW AS #W*�3 LOW AS . ... -Mi 1 Reg. to 139.95 # A% AC NOW AS All*73 LOW AS .... W # ENTIRE STOCK OF �/4 and '/� LENGTHS CAR COATS Plaid, Wools, Corduroys, fur trims. Reg. to 29.95 Reg. to 45.00 NOW AS NOW AS LOW AS LOW AS 14.95 25-00 ENTIRE STOCK OF SUITS AND PANT SUITS 2 and 3 PIECE STYLES Reg. to 45.00 NOW AS |Q Qf> LOW AS ... |7�*J BRAND NAME FORTREL SKI JACKETS A large assortment of color*. In sixes 12 to 20 Reg. 25.00 NOW ONLY 16.98 SLACKS STRETCH FORTREL, CORDUROY Reg 12.98. NOW C QQ AS LOW AS ... Oe09 Reg. 9.98. NOW � QQ AS LOW AS . . . OmW EXTRA SPECIAL! 10 ONLY UNTRIMMED COATS NOW ONE PRICE Regular to 45.00 15-00 A FEW AT 10.00 extra special I COATS Assorted Stylet Reg. to 34.95 ONE PRICE, NOW IO.00 A FEW AT 5.00 HOUSE COATS now AT GREATLY RE0UCE0 PRICES Reg to 12.98 now 9*98 Reg. to 19.95 now 14.98 All SAIES FINAL - NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS! SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION! MODERN FASHIONS 309A 5th STREET SOUTH PHONE 327*3039 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. CUNNINGHAMS CENTRE VILLAGE MALL phone 328-8442 JAN. 7-9 ARRID EXTRA DRY DEODORANT SPRAY 6-02. SALE, EA. .78 PROTEIN 21 SHAMPOO 'BEATS THE FRIZZES" Regular. Dry or Oily. 7 oz. SALE, EA, MACLEANS TOOTHPASTE 44 6M SALE, EA. 27.58 SOFTIQUE BATH OIL FOR YOTJR BATH" 25 oz. SALE, EA. .88 SUDDEN BEAUTY SUDDEN BEAUTY HAIR SPRAY "EXCEPTIONAL VALUE" 16 OZ. .78 ASCORBIC ACID TABLETS ORANGE FLAVORED "VITAMIN C and the common cold" I0O MLv25ff8 SALE, EA. FOR ORAL USE B & D ACE THSMOHEIBj .98 ISVIRY M HOURS. CONTAC C COLD CAPSULES "FOR THOSE JANUARY | COLDS" 10*$ SALE, EA. .78 BAYER ASPIRINS FOR HEADACHES & COLDS 100's SALE, EA* BENYLIN DM A COUGH SUPPRESANT 4 a& PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CUNNINGHAMS ;