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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, January 27, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 9 No need for ID cards Prospects of Alberta election this year strengthened EDMONTON (CP) - The prospect of a provincial election this year in Alberta was Gave Hitler orders NUERNBERG (Reuter) - A man who gave orders to Corporal Adolf Hitler in the First World War died Monday at the age of 78. Rev. Karl Frobenius was Hitler's company commander. He became a Protestant minister in the 1920s, and was an outspoken opponent of nazism. strengthened Tuesday in a Social Credit party statement issued with Premier Harry Strom's approval. The party statement, outlining party activity in preparation for the next campaign, said an election is "expected before fall." The "critical path" to election day was outlined by the premier Monday to party candidates who have spent several sessions planning for the cam paign, the party said in the statement. There has been published Ceases publication AMMAN (Reuter) _ The Palestinian commando newspaper Fatah will cease publication beginning Wednesday until further notice, the paper said Tuesday. No reason was given for the decision, made by the central committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization. speculation of an election in May or June, Social Credit has been in office since 193S. Premier Strom's government has a mandate io 1972, but he said previously that traditionally Alberta has an election every four years and he sees no reason to change it. The Social Credit party holds 55 of the 65 seats in the legislature and redistribution, approved last year, will provide 95 seats in the next election. The Progressive Conservatives have 10 seals. Mr. Strom told 39 of the 44 candidates nominated so far that the party lias built a province in which social development policies are second to none. United Appeal target missed CALGARY (CP) - The city fell $170,340 short of its $1.8 million United Appeal target for 1970, says campaign chairman George Robbins who blames high unemployment and tight money for the shortage. The final total is $1,629,660 which includes $1,568,331 in money received and pledges and $61,329 in interest. "We will be happy to go tho electorate for continued support as has been traditional in Alberta every four years," Mr. Strom said. "We stand on our performance, not the loudness of our political criticism nor the slick-ness of our images." GREATEST CRUSHER The spotted hyena's jaws are reported to have the greatest crushing power of any animal. JOHN TURNER . . , Opposes Idea By THE CANADIAN PRESS Some of Canada's senior law officers agree with Justice Minister John Turner that Canadians shouldn't be forced to carry identity cards to be produced on police demand. A Cross-Canada survey by The Canadian Press shows little support for the system proposed by Quebec Justice Minister Jer-1 ome Choquette. A. H. Mackling, Manitoba attorney-general, said he would not object if the cards were issued oh a voluntary basis. "But having compulsory cards with finger prints and photos are objectionable and are a step toward a regimented police state." Justice Minister L. R. Curtis of Newfoundland said: "I have no objection to identity cards. 1 don't see anything wrong with the principle of it." COULD AID CITIZENS Attorney-General Gordon Bennett of P.E.I, said that although the matter had not been discussed by his government, he personally could see nothing wrong With the idea. "It could be a help to the individual citizen." Justice Minister Turner said | in an interview in Toronto Jan. 19 he opposed the idea. "You always have to weigh the security of the state against the privacy of the individual, the advantages against the disadvantages. "In this case, the advantages | are far outweighed by the disadvantages that would flow from | that kind of invasion of privacy." However, Mr. Justice Frederick G. MacKay of the Ontario Supreme Court said crime in Canada would be greatly reduced if Canadians carried the cards. He said honest men should not mind surrendering some civil liberties if it helps combat crime. Nova Scotia Attorney-General Leonard Pace said there would be little need for the cards in his province. "They can always be forged. The people you wanted to iden- j tify would readily do this. . John B. M. Baxter, New Brunswick justice minister, in a province of 600,000 people?" Other government officials said citizens already carry plenty of identification such as medical care cards and drivers licences. Attorney-General Arthur Wishart of Ontario said he is not as much against them now as he was when Mr. Choquette first came up with the idea but "I just believe they are not much use." "I also think the public does [ not need any more labelling," he said. "God knows we have | enough already." Attorney-General Arthur Ger-hart of Alberta said he agrees wilh Justice Minister Turner. "I don't think any kind of compulsory identification card is necessary. This is a free country." British Columbia Attorney-General Leslie Peterson said lie had "no comment." GERMANS DEFECT ttSCUWEGE (AP) - Two East German soldiers, wearing uniforms and carrying weapons, crossed the frontier into West Germany Sunday night and asked for asylum, police reported. The two told West German border patrolmen they left East Germany because they were dissatisfied with condition! there.    * GIGANTIC STORE-WIDE FINAL 3 DAYS! it Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday! ^ Free Delivery! This is it ... th final 3 days of the year's biggest sale. Still a good selection of chesterfields, bedroom and kitchen furniture, gas and electric ranges, refrigrators and freezers, black and white, color TVs! Buy now and save as prices will never be any lowerl Convenient Budget Terms Available! / 249.00 CHESTERFIELD SUITES e FOUR SEATER. Foam filled Sofa and Chair. Rtgular 239.00. 4 CQ All RED TAG SALE, 2-pcs........... I VViUU 0 SPANISH DESIGN SOFA and CHAIR. Heavy Durable cover. Reg. 498.00. OQQ AA RED TAG SALE ................ 0�O.UU 0 New Arrival. KROEHLER 3 CUSHION SOFA and CHAIR. Choice of lop quality nylon*. 4QQ A A Regular 429.00. RED TAG SALE .. 9.UU  HEADBOARD 102". fiC A A Reg. 80.00. RED TAG SALE...... U9.UU  NIGHT TABLE. 07 AA Reg. 49.00. RED TAG SALE...... OI.UU G 4-DRAWER CHIFFONIER. �A A A Reg. 89.00. RED TAG SALE...... U9.UU e 5-DRAWER CHIFFONIER. 7Q AA Reg. 99.00. RED TAG SALE...... I 9.UU  SET OF 3 OCCASIONAL TABLES. Modern or French Provincial style. 7Q AA RED TAG SALE, 3 tables .......... I 9.UU e FRENCH PROVINCIAL STYLE. Buffet CQ A A and Hutch. RED TAG SALE........ 09.UU  Still a Good Selection of: La-z-boy, and Swivel Rockers all at Red Tag Sale Values. G ADMIRAL 30" ELECTRIC RANGE. Floor Sample. Regular 209.95. 1 OA AA RED TAG SALE ................ I OU.UU G WESTINGHOUSE 30" ELECTRIC RANGE. Floor Sample. Reg. 279.95. 9iQnn RED TAG SALE ................ Si I 9iUU  ADMIRAL 22" APARTMENT ELECTRIC RANGE. Floor Sample. Regular 159.00. 4 OC AA RED TAG SALE ................ � 03.UU G 13 CU. FT. 2 DOOR ADMIRAL REFRIGERATOR. Custom dual temperature control. Mfgs. Sugg, list 349.00. 040, AA RED TAG SALE ................ 4.99.UW WITH TRADE  1 ONLY GIBSON 12 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR. Avocado. Mfgs. Sugg. List 329.00. 4 AA AA RED TAG SALE ................ I 99.UU WITH TRADE G 15 CU. FT. WESTINGHOUSE 2 DOOR FROST-FREE REFRIGERATOR. Mfgs. Sugg. 44Q AA list 389.00. RED TAG SALE...... OOW.UU WITH TRADE  WESTINGHOUSE 30" ELECTRIC RANGE. Automatic oven. Infinite heat switches. Mfgs. 4 AO AA Sugg. List 249.95. RED TAG SALE . . I 90.UU  22" BEACH ELECTRIC RANGE. Mfgs. 4 EC AA Sugg. List 198.00. RED TAG SALE .. I WWiUU  5-PIECE METAL DINETTE. With swivel chn'r-. F!n-H design. Reg. 199.00. 4 CQ AA RED TAG SALE ................ I 99.UU  7-PIECE METAL DINETTE. Choice of c'-ni- Cc'c-s. Reg. 149.00. 1 90 AA RED TAG SALE ................ I C9.UU  30" BEACH GAS RANGE. 1971 styling, floor, sample. Regular 259.00. 4 QQ AA RED TAG SALE ............... 109.UU G BEACH 30" GAS RANGE. Coppertone. Floor sample. Regular 289.00. 4 QQ AA RED TAG SALE ................ I 99.UU  See the Red Tag Values on Almiral and Westinq-house Stereos. RED TAGGED 4 QQ A A AS LOW AS ................. I99.WU G ADMIRAL PORTABLE. Black and .. 4 CQ AA White. RED TAG SALE .......... � 99.WU G EXTRA ALLOWANCE on your TV set on Westing-house Color 25" Consoles. 1 full yeor Free West-inghouse Service on any Westinghouse Appliance RED TAG SALE VALUES ON QUALITY BOX SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES. Perma-Foam Units. The finest Foam and Dacron Mattresses and Box Spring made.  Queen Size. 60"x80". 99R AA Reg. 269.00. Red Tag Sale, Unit . . fctW.UU G Standard Size. 54". 4 AJ- AA Reg. 225.00. Red Tog Sole, Unit . . � Q9.UU G Medium Firm Queen Size 6$"x80" Box Spring and Mattress Unit. Reg. 169.00. 1 AO A A Red Taq Sale, Unit ............ I H9.UU e Sealy Firm Box Spring and Mattress Units. 54" and 48" widths. Reg. 129.00. QQ A A Red Tag Sale, Unit ............ 99.UU e Simmons' Medium Firm Box Spring and Mattre�t Unit. 54" Width Only. 7Q CA Reg Tag Sale, Unit ............ I 9.9U G Simmons' Continental Units Fenti>nng Box Sp'!n�i and Mattress and 6 *7Q CA QQ CA legs. Red Tag Sale, Unit � 9.9U to 99.9U CLEARANCE OF ODD BOX SPRINGS, MATTRESSES AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Don't Miss These Wall-To-Wall Markdowns During Our Giant RED TAG CARPET SALE! New carpers will be arriving toon and we must make room for them, that's w hy we're offering such fantastic specials on full rolls, short end rolls and remnants. (Sorry, no special oders at these prices-stock only)! Reg. SALE - 12' Roll Gold Nylon. 41 Sq.Yd. ................7.95 Sq. Yd. 3.95 - 12' Roll Indoor Outdoor Carpet Plush. 36 Sq. Yd. .. 6.95 Sq. Yd. 3.95 - 12'Roll Blue Plush Shag. 38 Sq.Yd............. 13.95 Sq. Yd. 8.95 - 12' Roll Level Loop Dupont Nylon. Green 80 Sq. Yd. 9.95 Sq. Yd. $.95 - 12' Roll Carol Court. Red Patter n 24 Sq. Yd.......7.95 Sq. Yd. 5.95 - 12'Roll Cadon Nylon. Gold Pattern............13.95 Sq. Yd. 8.95 - 12' Roll Acrylon Patterned. Snowflake.42Sq.Yd. 15.95 Sq. Yd. 10.95 - 12' Roll Dupont Nylon. Green Tone. 19Vi Sq. Yd. 8.95 Sq. Yd. 4.95 - 12' Roll Shag Nylon. Gold. 17Vi Sq. Yd........14.95 Sq. Yd. 8.50 - 12' Roll Polyester. Tangerine. 26 Sq. Yd........, 15.95 Sq. Yd. 8.50 - 12' Roll Forest Hall Wool. Green. 27 Sq. Yd..... 27.50 Sq. Yd. 12.95 - 12' Roll Avocado Green Shag Nylon. 35 Sq. Yd. 11.50 Sq. Yd. 7.95 - 12'Roll Long Shag. Green, Gold............... 11.50 Sq. Yd. 12.95 - 12'Roll Dupont Nylon. Tone on Tone Green.......8.95 Sq. Yd. 5.95 - 12'Roll lynwood Plush Aery Ian. Turq/Green. ... 13.95 Sq. Yd. 7^5 - 12' Roll In-Outdoor Patio Plush. Orange. 62 Sq. Yd. 10.95 Sq. Yd. 7)95 - 12' Roll Polypropylon. Red/Blk. Comm. 60 Sq. Yd. 9.95 Sq. Yd. 5.95 - 15' Roll Nylon. Floral Pattern........... .....15.95 Sq. Yd. 8.95 Many, Many Remnants to Choose From! FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS! All SALES FINAL! 1-12' ROLL HEAVY TRAFFIC _ NYLON SHAG Two tone gold, 128 sq. yd. Regular 12.95. SALE, sq. yd........, 1-12' ROLL GOLD TWEED AVION EXTRA SPECIAL. 94 sq. yd. Regular 7.95. SALE, sq. yd........   e t c IaIpJTLLJoI l _ IH - D j tIM - J ......JittHutvie ;