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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta July E LETHBRIDQE HERALD-9 Anti-freeze may hit per gallon By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Otuwa Bureau OTTAWA-Motorists face the certainty of having to pay two and three times more for antifreeze this than last and possibly con- more in isolated cases towards the end of the year. This means to a even a gallon later in .he winter. In for the first time in shortages of an- tifreeze are expected to occur sporadically throughout the fall and winter season at retail Millets in both eastern and western according to jfficials of the country's two intifreeze Dow Chemical of Canada and Union Carbide Canada Toronto. The shortage of ethylene an- already resulted n Dow reducing allocations to nost of its customers by 20 compared to last rear's supplies and refusing to iupply some new customers. 3ut Dow has decided to car manufacturers vith the same amounts of an- ifrseze in bulk as last or use in new cars. Space docking jinx broken MOSCOW Two cos- monauts coupled their capsule to an orbiting laboratory about 170 miles above the earth Friday in the first successful Soviet space dock- ing in three Tass news agency reported. Mission director Alexei Ye- liseyev said the vehicles' new docking a critical factor for next year's joint Soviet- United States space Yeliseyev said have no doubt about its The last time the Soviets docked in space was in when three cosmonauts spent 23 days in the Salyut 1 space then perished when a valve on their Soyuz 11 craft failed as they tried to re- turn to earth. Since Soviet space ex- perts have been trying to per- fect the Soyuz-Salyut systems and build a reliable docking unit. An attempt to establish a second working space lab was scrapped after the unmanned Salyut 2 station broke up in orbit Early Col. Pavel Popovich and flight engineer Lt.Col. Yuri Artyukhin flew their space Soyuz to within 100 yards of the Salyut 3 space the govern- ment news agency reported. They took over from the automatic achieving a soft Tass reported. Less than 33 hours after they lifted off from the Baikonur launch pad in central Asia on Wednesday. Popovich and Artyukhin switched on the Salyut station's checked the life support systems and went to work. HENRY KISSINGER New toy code announced OTTAWA New regulations on toys for children under three years old will set a size limit for separable the consumer affairs department announced Friday. The amendment to the Haz- ardous Products Act will take effect Sept. 1 It is designed to prevent accidental swallowing of small parts. Another amendment prohibits sale and importation of toys and other children's articles containing plant seeds used as stuffing material. Some seeds are toxic or have been treated with a toxic pesticide and can be harmful when lodged in ears and nose or inhaled into the lungs. The ban is effective immediately. Chinese to visit Alberta OTTAWA A 10- member delegation from China begins Sunday a 14-day visit to Canada to study laser research and application. The science and technology department said in a release today the will visit Ot- Quebec Montreal and Que. Kissinger may testify for defence WASHINGTON -The United States government rested its civil rights con- spiracy case against John Ehrlichman and three other White House Fri- day and the judge left open the that State Secretary Henry Kissinger will testify for the defence. He may also allow Ehrlich- man's lawyers to submit ques- tions to President Nixon and have the sworn answers read to the jury. As the prosecution finished with its 16th witness in 4Vz U.S. District Judge Ger- hard Gesell indicated he may drop one of the four perjury counts levelled against only Ehrlichman. And he warned the lawyers for the former Nixon domestic aide against attempting to show that the president gave instructions to withhold infor- mation about the Ellsberg break-in case from the grand jury that indicted the four defendants. Bernard Eugenio Martinez and G. Gordon Liddy are charged with conspiring threaten and in- timidate Dr. Lewis in the Sept. break-in of his office. EARLY WEEK SPECIALS Party PrfdiAuortid oz. Ml wt. pko 99 Ice Cream Snow Stir Assorted Flavours. 6 quirt tub 2 89 do Ppio v op ma This Monday July 8th... over 13 million Canadians have the right to choose who will govern their country. If your name is on the voters' you have the right to vote. By now you should know whether or not your name is on the voters' list for Monday's federal election. If it is on the you have the right to cast your vote for the one candidate you would like to represent you in the next parliament. The place where you live is probably just a skip and a jump from the place where you vote. You vote at the polling station for your polling division. In most parts of the polling station is close by in the neighbourhood or community where the voters live. This coming your polling station will be open from 9 in the morning to 8 m the evening saving Voting is as simple as marking an In the circle. Instructions on the simple voting procedures are in plain view in the polling station and in the polling booth. They're easy to follow. if you need any help just ask the person who gives you your ballot paper. That person is your deputy returning officer. The ballot paper he will give you looks like the one pic- tured here. The names of the candidates are listed alpha- betically and their political affiliation is printed under the name of each candidate You can vote for only one candidate. You vote for your one choice by making an in the circle after his name. Your vote is your business and your business alone. The ballot is secret. published by the Chief Electoral Officer of Canada Elections Canada Lemonade Bel Air Frozen Concentrate Pink or 6Vi fl. oz. tin Waffles Peanut Butter Empress Homogenized or Chunk Stylo Tomato Juice 95loo Town House Canada Fancy. 48 fl. oz. tin R I Apple Syrup Empress Pancake and Waffle Strawberries 95ioo Rio Sliced. Canada Choice Frozen. 15 oz. net wt. R I Macaroni Jelly Powders 7sioo Enurass Assorted 3 oz. ait wi.Dka............... R I Many more In-Store Grocery Specials effective July We tht right to limit quantltlee Copyright Canada Safeway Limited ;