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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, July 8, 1970 Aerospace Sales Abound In Nation WASHINGTON (CP) The United States has good pros- pects for continuing its predom- inance in the growing Canadian market for aerospace products, the commerce department says in a report published here. Despite the fact Canada ranks fifth in the world in dollar vol- ume of aviation and aerospace production, "almost 80 per cent of the registered civilian com- mercial aircraft in Canada were manufactured in the United States-." Canada continues to expand and improve airport facilites New Delivery Quotas Set WINNIPEG (CP) New de- livery quotas for a number of Prairie centres were an- nounced today by the Canadian wheat board. A two-bushel, quota is effec- tive immediately at one Sask- atchewan point while a three bushel quota has been author- ized at 15 locations in Mani- toba, 51 in Saskatchewan and 21 in Alberta. A four-bushel quota is effec- tive immediately at 18 Alberta points, 11 tres and lions. Saskatchewan cen- six Manitoba loca- Sentenced To Death SAIGON (AP) A five-man tribunal has sentenced Prince Norodom Sihanouk, former Cambodian chief of state, to death in absentia for crimes against the state. SEIZE MARIJUANA BOSTON (AP) Police Tues- day arrested a Newton, Mass., woman at Logan International Airport and confiscated what they estimate to be worth of marijuana. Irene M. Kline, 22, was charged with ille- and a projected has been earmarked for new airport construction, equipment and support facilities in the next few years, the report says. "All terminal facilities cannot be furnished by Canadian sup- plies thereby leaving room for U.S. participation." The summary of (he Canadian situation is presented in World Survey of Civil j acia 1970, the 12th in a series o such publications of foreign civ il aircraft markets by the com merce department's business and defence services adminis- tration. OTHER STUDIED The series has already studiec the industry in Britain, Japan Central Europe and Ireland and other areas. "Air Canada alone plans to spend over during the next decade on new equip- ment and the sur- veys says, "while other Cana- dian airlines also are expected o add aircraft and equipment as they fulfil their growth poten- tial. "In addition, private flying has increased more rapidly than commercial aviation, and this trend is expected to continue. The percentage of private air- craft in the total fleet rose from 40 per cent in 1951 to more than 63 per cent in 19C8." The Canadian industry, the survey finds, "increasingly produces military aircraft, en- gines and parts under licence." A large share of total dollar production comes from work performed under subcontract for major U.S. air craft manu- facturers. HEADING HOME UNDER FULL SAIL T hfe Norwegian barkentine Regina moves out of the Sydney, Australia, harbor for home but it'll-be another 12 months before she arrives. The vessel is on a world tour. Parliamentary Notebook Send Material To Newspapers OTTAWA (CP) Eleven.gov- gal possession of marijuana eminent departments say they with intent to delive; I send1 unsolicited material such J M ELECTRIC LTD. We are pleased to announce that our company has expanded and has mov- ed into Lethbridge to serve this area "IF IT IS ELECTRICAL CALL US" We are equipped to serve you better "No job Too Big Or Too Small" INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL Oil FIEtD RESIDENTIAL MAINTENANCE FARM WIRING TRENCHING FREE ESTIMAfES Call 328-6768 or 328-6960 or drop in at 430A 13th' Street North Lelhbridge as press releases to Canadian daily and weekly newspapers. But eight others of the 19 de- partments which replied to Commons questions by Rud Whiting, Liberal MP.for Haiton and a sales and public relations executive, declined to make any such admission. The aigriculture department said flatly it never sends unsoli- cited material to the only agency to make such a claim. Prime Minister Trudeau's off- ice said1 it issues prsss releases to 213 papers but doesn't know whether the material is solicited or unsolicited. It just sends it. The justice department made a similar reply. The defence and works de- partments maintained that their distribution of press releases is The consumer, fisheries and regional economic expansion de- partments were non-committal about the whole thing. Of the departments which say they mail out unscEcited mate- rial, Indian Affairs led aill the rest by saying it sends press re- leases to dailies and week- lies. The secretary of state's de- partment sends such material to 995 papers, the labor depart- ment to 973, the health depart- ment to 896, the veterans affairs department to 710, the energy department to 608, the immigra- tion department to 458, the in- dustry department to 109 and the communications department to a "small number." Mr. Whiting did not ask whether there is any record of how much unsolicited material gets into print. Ed Broadbent, NDP MP for Osha-wa-Whitby, has discovered through Commons questions that in the agriculture depart- ment there are seats in depart- mental lounges for two out of every three employees. But in the works department, lie raKo is only cue lounge chair for every 254 employees. Two recent quotes from Han- sard Mr. Trudeau: "I personally supervise the work of all minis- tea's." Defence Minister Leo Cadieux on the CF-5 fight "The range is relatively short, but it Is relatively long also.' Music Magistrate Tackles Backlog MICHAEL BENNETT Canadian Press Stafl holds a cigarette up to the camera: "Marijuana. Drug Cases Woodstock rock festival may go (town in history as the weekend Max Yasgur's farm became the fourth largest city in New York State. And if you weren't one A." While Wadleigh succeeds in capturing the spirituality of Woodstock, he glosses over the more mundane organization and planning of an (CP) A backlog of 56 drug cases, mostly for possessing or trafficking in marijuana, hashish Or LSD, are before magistrate's court this week as a result of arrests in who invaded last 10 days. N.Y, last summer, whirr above of the arrests were Wadlcigh's movie, Woodstock'. It's almost providing a shuttle service for performers, by RCMP at the east gate of Banff National Park the Hog Farm searches of east-bound producer Bob Maurice and their 25-man film crew take a up food lines and volunteer doctors treat everytlu'ng from bad trips to Many of the vehicles contained youths planning, to at- color the Festival Express1 an incredible the second day, show at McMahon Stad- of music, mud and were- forced by in Calgary held last of numbers to opens with an commercial trip into Calgary, 16 young persons monologue by a in magistrate's court awkwardly kids were told with similar offences explain what happened. are going to take to 40 the number next three hours, a since last week. s editing of 120 hours audience never does. It was the birth of a legend, the Woodstock Nation brought together by its music and revelling in the beautiful Woodstock was a long time coming and it will be a long time EXPORTS UP JERUSALEM (AP) Israel's gross exports rose by four per cent to in the first half of 1970 compared witi a happening. Unlike Monterey Pop, Woodstock puts as much emphasis on the performers in the audience as the ones on BEARS LONDON (AP) London's :lean air policy has had a same period last ysar', the bureau of statistics reported Tuesday. Gross diamond sales, Israel's largest industrial export, decreased by seven per Guthrie, Joe the polar to and The Family Stone, Ten Years After. Country Joe and The Fish, The Who whiter. The bears at Regents Park Zoo always used to say grimy despite DENTURE a n t a n a were the of their days in the but the stars were said a spokesman, is 5th St. S. Ph. 378-7684 of a new side effect of reduced Capitol Furniture Texas and that has been DIETRICH, C.D.M. Ontario and the zoo. loot, by car and on horseback, they came. There were harassed pw trying to unplug the New York Thruway; SCHOOL deaths and tons on once MADE IT there also people getting their own terms and Limited Number of Openings Are Still Available In it TRAINING split-screen sequence showing an argument You Are Seeking a Challenging Career, onaUy Bethel citizens exempli-'ies the polarization of the ;enerations. A sanitation truck operator Promotional Opportunities Based on Merit Arrange To Discuss Your Future With Us By Contacting Any Branch Manager Or Apply Direct admits: "My boy K. and I've -got over in 8th Ave. S.W., (23rd Garcia of the Alberta Telephone GREEN'S SHOES SUMMER SHORT AND DISCONTINUED LINES OF TEENERS1 SHOES MUST BE CLEARED CHILDREN'S SHOES Reg. to 12.95 pair NOW ONLY 20% OFF ALL SUMMER SANDALS LADIES7 PUMPS and DRESS SANDALS MEN'S SHOES MUST BE CLEARED Deluding Boys' HUSHPUPPIES to li Reg. values to 25.95 NOW ON SALE AT 1 GROUP Reg. to 25.00 pair NOW ONLY 25% OFF ALL LADIES' PURSES A SPECIAL SELECTION OF "HEEL MUGGERS AND SELBY "EASY GOERS" Reg. to 26.95 pr NOW ONLY GREEN'S SHOES OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL p.m. ON SIXTH STREET DRESSES THE VALUES ARE UNBELIEVABLE! Formerly to 35.00 CROUP 1 GROUP 1 GROUP 3 '81012 PARIS STAR CO-ORDINATES Boucle Knit Fabric SWEATERS, SHELLS, SKIRTS, PANTS ALL PRICE DOOR-OPENING SPECIALS These door opening specials will go on sale Thurs- day morning at o.m. Quantities are limited on some items so be here early. SPRING COATS Reg. to 69.95 NYLON STRETCH PANTS DRESSES WASHABLE FORTREt in oo 49.95...... lU.OO SKIRTS, PANTS, VESTS, BLOUSES, JUMPERS JUMP SUITS Rtductd right out of our rtgular slock. ALL RAINCOATS Including the wet look Now Off SPRING COATS THIS IS FANTASTIC Refl. Values 4 M QQ 2 and 3-Pce. SUITS Reg. to 29.95 3-PCE. IMPORTED WOOL SUITS WESTERN BLOUSES All Off WESTERN WEAR VESTS AND PANT SETS Juit In time Ji A QA for rodeo wttlc. 1 %4 Ktg, 33.00 I W Closed All Day Wednesday Open Thursday a.m. till p.m. 509 Avenue t. Phone 327-2655 JWARTHUR'S LADIES WEAR ;