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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July 11, 1970 THE lETHERIDGE HERALD 7 Pollution Control Zone Subject Of Quiet Talks OTTAWA (CP) Canada is holding quiet discussions with its fair-north neighbors to try to persuade hem to accept this country's claim to a 100-mile offshore pollution prevention control zone in the Arctic. Officials say the discussions have been friendly and appaar to have been successful so far. IN CAtGARY STAY AT THE ATLANTA MOTEL WHERE YOU ARE A STRANGER ONtY ONCEI 45 Modern and Deluxe Units Bridal Suite Free TV and Ice Dial Phones in all unlfs Minufes from Downtown- Shopping Stampede Grounds Moderate Rates Phone 243-4651 3630 MACtEOD TRAIL However, it was much l account as one factor in its deliberations Uie government's anti-inflation policy of wage increases no larger than six per cent. In any cabinet make-over, look for ons member to stay whore he is: Jean March'and, regional economic expansion minister. Mr. Marchand got a tremen- dous lift in morale when Princo Edward Islanders approved the Ottawa Charloltetown develop- ment plan in their provincial el- ection. WIDE PERFORMANCE EDMONTON (CP) Tho youth oriented offspring of the Citadel Theatre, Citadel-on- Wheels and Citadel on Wings, last season covered miles by road and air (o visit schools in Alberta and the Northwest Territories. A b o ut stu- dents watched plays performed by the six young actors asso- ciated with each offspring. LAST TIMES TONIGHT WALT DISNEY'S Family TECHNICOLOR: HIT NO. 2 "YOUNG BILLY YOUNG" OLLEGEfT. COLLEGE MALL 328-6300 CLINT EASTWOOD ...ike deadliest man olive...takes on. a whole aimy with; two guns and fistful oi dynamite! TONITE thru TUES. Tortile p.m. AIR CONDITIONED COOL CHILDREN 'TWO MIELIS FOB SISTER SARA' COMING "GRASSHOPPER" NEXT BISSET JIM BROWN NOW SHOWING CONTINUOUS SHOWS SAT. P.M. MONDAY MATINEE P.M. ADULT Another Smash Hit In Our Summer Parade of Entertainment! NOVEL OF THE YEAR-HOW A MOTION PICTUflE AROS MIHUR AIRPDRT DEAN MARTIN JEANSEBEBfi NEXT ATTRACION I Pi a OF! 1UDEMT iWMIlS! HELLO, DOLLY! MONDAY and TUES. PHONE 71100 DRIVE-IN REEN ACRES K I E I H 'UNCTION OF MAY04 MAGRATH COUTTS HIGHWAY MONDAY and TUES. The fun picture of the season! THSHUSTK SUZANNE PLESHET1E lANMcSHANE COLOR Debus Ihitarflriiriv 4WHT nrmuntont This is a picture of the perfect embezzler! He not only gets away with millions- ADMIT but the redhead ADULT as well! Peter Ustinov-Maggie Smith Karl Maiden, ssHot Millions" GATES OPEN 8 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOWING AT 9 P.M. ;