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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednndoy, January S4, 1973 _ THE LETHBIilDGt HERALD 19 U.S. air power plans slow withdrawal Pussywillow lime Littie Teresa Boumon of North Vancouver clutches an umbrella fhe first pcssywiliews cf the season Ihis week on the west coost. one hand, find Barrett suggests Lougheed chasing Staufield's job VANCOUVER (CPi British Columbia Premier Dsve Bar- reii said ihis week Alberta Premier Peter Lougheed is try- ing for the national leadership of the Progressive Conservative Party. The B.C. Premier was com- mcntirig on Mr. Loueheed's during the weekend tha; Alberta, the only western j 'Cozv deal nonsense' A offer EDMONTON (CP Peter Lougheed's wild and ir- responsible" srswmeas about socinlism duririe the weekend could prejudice ths proposed western economic conference the- federal government. Gran: Alberts New De- mocratic Party leader, said Tuesday. ALr. Lcugheed said fee was making his remarks because of something tha! "comes out of trio cory relationship between the Literal? and tin and the approach to a federal-pro- vincial conference on western economic opportunities in July, An aide said later there is fear the NDP influence on the federal government. alleging a coty dcj! between ;he fixlera'l Uivrals the NTiP ihe prc- is tslk-.r; NO APOLOGY "The New "Omcoritie Party m..sos no atxilwrv :or its t-t' tt.tike wvvk We r.ot which gro-jp province a Conservative government, will no: be surfo- cated by the socialist philoso- phies of its neighboring prov- inces which are governed by ihe New Democratic Party. making a national move, obviously.'' said Mr. Bar- rett. l'I think the person who has most to worry about from his statement is Robert Stan- field." naiional Conservative leader. Mr. Lougheed told a cheering crowd of about 1.000 delegates 10 his party's annual conven- ticrn in Calgary that Alberta nill co-operate with the Eoveraments of B.C.. Saskat- chewan ar.d Manitoba, but miy ;o a point. "Ar.-d the point is this. We are not prepared to co-operate fa any attempt, directly or in- directly, to impose socialism on Canada." Mr. Loug- heed said. "We intend lo stand up as A'ibenans and westerners for frc? enterprise, for a society of opportunity or initiative and of freedom of choice." Asked for comment. Mr. Bar- ret; said of the Alberta pre- mier: ''I attacked him. I haven't met him. I've never even spoke to him. I look for- ward to the opportunity of talk- ing to this happy chap." By WILLIAM BEECHEK New York Times Service WASHINGTON Pentagon planners report that United Stales air power is scheduled lo be withdrav.Ti from South- east Asia very slowly in the ini- tial period following any cease- fire in the Incochina WET. "Until every one of our pris- i oners of war has been returned and Ihe missing accounted lor." j one high-ranking defense offi-; cial declared, very few of the approximate total of l.OM air j force, navy and marine corps j combat aircraft will be pulled back in the first 60 days of any truce. Thereafter, (he Pentagon of- ficials say, many B-52 aral; fighter-bomber squadrons will j be reassigned. But. they add. a force of sereral hundred strike aircraft probably will remain for several months .while American analysts study events in Soatb Vietnam. Laos i and Cambodia to see whether i any serious truce viotetioas occur- Over the longer run. assuming there are no major military op- erations by North Vietnamese forces, the planners continue. the United States will probably scale down to a presence in Thailand of three to six com- bat squadrons, totaling 72 to 344 aircraft. This plan irould also include aircraft carrier with 70 to 90 planes aboard that would oc- casionally cruise off the eras: of Indochina to deirionstrate the availability of additional air. power to respond to any pos- sible invasion of the south by tanks ami troops from t b e north. AlthouEh there are about 50 D-52's in Thailand, veil- placed sources said the future scaled-down force there would j prcbably be made up e.xclusive- ly of fighter bombers and not the giant B-52 bombers. In a fsre-.vell news confer- ence last Friday, retiring Sec- I retary of Defense. Meivin R. Laird, was asked: "Do we have a further commitment to rein- vckc American air or sea ptr-ver in Vietnam should things go badly in the nest year or j Laird dodged a direct answer, saying only that the South Viet- namese had been armed and trained to provide for their own I defense. He also spoke of the need for efforts among t h e major powers to restrict large North Vietnam or South Viet- nam so as not to upset the bal- ance of power in Indochina. Other administration ofiicals. in the Pentagon and other de- partments, said Henry Kissin- ger had made it clear during his negotiations with North Viet- ramese representatives in Paris that President Richard Nixon would not hesitate to reappry sir and sea power in Indochina if Hanoi should liolate any agreement in a sn; WARNING Kis-inger. the president's na- tional security adviser, has besn Washing-ioa's principal ne- gotiator in Paris. His last H-OTJ- ing of this sort, officials said, waj made before the heavy B-52 raids in the Hanoi and Hai- phong aress late in December. The purpose of tb; warning, ranking officials say, was to try to discourage the North Vietnamese from feeling that American troops have v.'thdrsvm from the south most and sea power have bean removed from the region, they could plan a major nsw invasion of South Vietnam a year or from DOW, if events n ihe south do riot go as they The waning was given, the officials continued, after Le Due Tho. Hanoi's principal negotia- Milk hike sought HALIFAX iCPl A national associEtign representing Cana- dian cain- fanners has de- marded a PO-cents-per-hun- dredweight increase in the price farmers receive for industrial The Dairy Farmers of Can- ada 5 it] a statement during th: ks: Afy of their four-dsy meerirj ths: the de- mr-d is not nfgoiab'e. The statement said it could be paid for either by price in- creases on skim milk powder and products made from industrial by in- creasing rates of the federal government's stabilization pro- gram. The association said the 60- cent increase is a minimum re- quirement arjd canrjot be used as a bargaining figure subject to future i-eduction. The policy statement also rec- ommended that milk producers work wiih federal and provin- cial governments to develop an integrated quota system, and that legislation be introduced to provide longer-term security planing for the dairy industry. The statement proposed a government task force be set up to find a solution to whit it termed the "crisis" in finding farm labor. It said workers have been driven away by long hours and low pay. tor, argued that it mattered further military "inia'ii'.ies.'1 litcje what ihs actual cease-fire Senior ffashinsioa p.'ar.ners agreement said. do not expect the fights? in If there is goodwill on all Vietnam to end vil'n "the sign- sides, he reportedly Kiss-1 ing of a cease-fire agreement. inrer. any agreement will be j Rather, they expect the nature effective. If there is no good- j of the struggle to shift to will. Tho was reported to have one official described as "lower said, the language of the agree-, intensity struggle mvolvbz as- meet will not deter North Viet-' and skuli- nam and the Viet Cong from druggery. on both sides.': 1 officials ihirJt the south VieuiLmese should be able lo '.nth ihls son o; If "they do not have the will and the desire ;o handle that security problem.'1 Mr. Laird said in hts conference last week. "They would have a very, VST difficult time gening fur- ther support Iron the United Stales. BULK MEAT PRICES EFFECTIVE Jan. 25, 26, 17 We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. ALL MEATS FULLY GUARANTEED A. 45 Ib. Total for 10 Ibs. Round Steak 10 Ibs. Rump Roasts 5 Ibs. Stewing Beef 10 Its. Ground Beef 5 Ibs. Pork Beef Sausage 5 Ibs. Pork Steak B. 30 Ib. Total for 524.75 5 Ibs. Short Ribi 5 Ibs. Ground Beef 5 Ibs. Perk Chops 5 Ibs. Beef Sausage 10 Ibs. Be erf Pol Roasts WEEKEND BUYS SMOKED PICNICS Whole. Ib. Ranch Style 550 BEEF ROASTS Canada Grade 'A' beef. Prime Rib, Cross Rib, or Rump. Your 1 1 Q Choice Ib. I I 3 GROUND BEEF Fresh 3 SPARE RIBS Young Pork.....Ib. I 3p SAUSAGE All beef, beef and pork, pure pork. Your 7EW Choice ib I 3C STEWING BEEF Leon boneless Cubes Ib..... 950 C. 100 Ib. Total for JO Ibs. Rib or Rump P.ocsts 10 ibs. Round Sisal. 10 Ibs. Beef Loin Steaks 10 Ibs. Pork Chops 5 Ibs. Slewing Beef 15 Ibs. Ground Beef 10 ibs. Pork Spore Ribs 10 Ibs. Beef Fct Roasts 10 Ibs. Pork Bufl Roasts ECONOMY PACK 86 Ib. Total 10 Ibs. Ground Esef 10 Ibs. Beef Sausage 10 Ibs. Short Ribs 5 Ib. Piece Bologna 10 !bs. Bee! Pot Roastj 10 Ibs. Pork Chops 10 Ibs. Blade Steok 1C Ibs. Pork Bull Roast! 2 Roasting Chicken (Utility Grade) SIDES OF BEEF CANADA WADE A 230 560 Ib. ovg Ib. !0c IB. FOS CUTTING AND WRAPPING TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS." 71c MEATS WESTMINSTER PLAZA 13th St. and 5th Ave. Ph. 328-0637 pipeline feasible VANCOUVER (CTi A re- port released here this week by Mackenzie Valley Pipe Line Research Ltd. says a pipeline capable of transporting crude oil from Alaska's north slope to Edmonton is technically feasi- bly and could be constructed without major or irreparable damage to tS1 environment. Mackenzie Research. consortium oi 16 companies. was formed ui 13S9 to prvbleins o: defining, con- structing and maintaining s.ife ar.d efi'cier; oil pipeline system in rh-3 norji. The repon deal? the foriSibiiity o{ 2 P'.pelise. 4S in diainc-ter. from Prjdlw Bay. Alaska, to Edmonton where i: can- the vircial 2nd trins The 'in? v o'-ld "W srd. sl-tifr.s in a capacity of l.s million a day, would cos: about S3. 4 ANNUAL FINAL WEEK SALE ENDS JANUARY 31st Jf you purchase one of these appliances and find it advertised for less within the next 12 months we will refund the difference in cash! Admiral 19" Color TV Top of line NOW ONLY Admiral 26" CoJof TV EXCEP- TIONAL kUY G.E. Frost Free Refrigerator Harvest gold EXTRA SPECIAL Philco 26" Color TV S367 medil Dent mitt thit eska pipeline The research company is con- tinuing studies on the possibi- lity of an all-Canadian pipeline out of the Mackenzie River Fvl- :a. This lino w.uld be about l.J.W miles long. The ropon siys tho Pnidhoe- Edmontoti line could be in oper- ation within four years after a fins', decision to proceed, pro- ridinp final govcrnnwnt appro- vals arc granted within a year. The study s-lid northern res- idents would benefit from the economic and the jobs crented by [he project. The pipeline oould lv de- signed lo withstand the moder- "te seismic pround aeec-lcr.i- t'ons to be along its route, the study said. G.E. Gas Dryer S219 NOW ONLY G.E. Washer and Electric Dryer