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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta lucxlny. Junn 1. IHE tETHBRIDGE HERAUl 11 Trudeau, Hopes Pacific Tour Will Strengtlwn Friendships Mcel OTTAWA (OP I--- Prime Mill-1 'tile p'-inic he j through tlie eyes (if the news. ester Trudeau, repurtiiig lo tlie' Commons on liis just-concluded Pacific trip, said .Monday he hopes that tlie Ill-day tour will result ill stronger friendships was impressed with the deep i men wlio accompanied me and belief in Hie United Nations in who were so painstaking in all counlires visited, and in the four member countries there was also a belief in the their coverage of all official functions. "If nothing more were to be and inci eased Canadian interest Commonwealth. W i t h i n the i than this in tlie countries he visited. I Commonwealth, he said, it is I e x p c r I e n e e. an experience We must increase our possible to have more tricndlj I to tolerance and 1111- s of Illis important and frank discussions Hum j da-standing, then the trip would le he said. might otherwise occur. regarded as worth awareness Mr. Trudeiiii said Unit hi his lie was imprivssed with UK official visits to New Zealand, dynamic economy ol Japan and Ife viewed from Australia, Malaysia, Singapore I encouraged by that country's in- j is an exciting and st- aid Japan he found "a sincere i teiltion to ease import quotas i co friendship for Canada and Cana-1 and nsliidions on investment (Kails of which we can all be j capital, proud." j "The implication.-, for the While il was difficult to mea- j trade of each ol our countries (it .nire the value of such 11 visit, tlie possible entry of Britain into ictive country. "I return to Canada with in- j creased pride in being a Cana- j dian." j TKjVSliU OI'1'OSITIO.N j In their responses to Mr. Tru- i dean's statement, opposition j parly leaders did not pass up the opportunity to tease him j about the various ol j public kissing, mattress testing .ir. Zealand and the "con- i trolled frenzy" of his dancing at i I Expo '70. j Opposition I., e a d e r Robert j Istanfieid. in liis best dry style, wanted lo know UK- address the judu expert who managed to throw the prime ruinislcr in Japan. lie also listed sad develop- menls at home while Mr. Tni- dean had been continued deterioration of the posl office, a change in Canadian-lV S. tion.s. loss of control of Finance Minister Kdgar Benson uvor hi> department, Democrat Leader T. C. Douglas was also warn-, in his welcome and a tittle pointed. "While ue missed the- prime i Mr. l-Juimlas said, I "we didn't miss him as much as his colleagues did." Kola n d Gedin HJiTditlste- Portnetif) congratulated Mr. Trudeau on his skill at combin- ing business with pleasure hut pleaded that Canada should make no committments to im- port more goods Irom tlie Pa- cific nations Ijcfore il found ways to distribute within the country its own surplus produc- tion. MON'THKAl, iCI'i The HUh triennial congress of the national commission on Imv.i' dams was I o r m a I I y Monday before a host ol digni- and a worldwide delega- tion of alxinl I.-IIKI. The congress, nt'iim held in Canada for the first time, was declared open by Gerald T. .McCarthy of New York, president of tin- eomiris- sion made up ol representatives from ij'ii countries. On band for the ceremony were Quebec Premier Robert. Bourassa. federal Trade Minis- tin- Jean-Luc IVpm and Mayoi Jean Drapeau ot Montreal. Mi-, limirassa uclci.'ine'l tlic engineers or other (lam-biiiloi'u; Mr IVpin lie would irelp them purchasi' Canadian-madi 1 engineering equipment. HIT IIY i JAKAIM'A i API The moioiiica! Centre here a medium stjengih eartbquake eaiiy Monday. miles easl of this Indonesian capital. would put the quake's epicentre in Xew flninea. tlie prime minisler said "Can- ada would lose opportunities for increased trade and influence the European Common Market i were also discussed, especially in Australia and New Zealand, awl will no doubt be the subject svere such trips not !o take place on occasion.1' of further discussions in the Canada's "brilliant' purtici-, months ahead.'' nation in ws matter; -MADE VIKW'S KNOWN nf "deep pride to me." ROLE FOR CANADA Mr. Triuieatl said his U.'ur gave him "the invaluable expo- Mr. Trudeati said the visit j ricoce oHistJ.-ro'iig lo the views gave him an opportunity to find of important world leaders both out the concerns of the coujv j on their own. regional problem'; as well as on their relations with Canada. This in turn has the rim of the Pacific, particularly tlie Indochina war, (rii aid the most imeful role that i given (he Canadian government Canada could play. (the opportunity to make its Multilateral trade was also discussed, and both New Zea- views better known on matters of mutual concern." land and Australia had agreed "But perhaps of more imporl- !e hold periodic meetings at lire i ance is the opportunity ministerial or official 'eve! Tith I given to Canadians to see some- ihedr Canadian counterparts thing of the Pacific neighbors Birthday Bash For Sinclair TORONTO CCP) They're Stowing x civic biilliday party for Gordon Sinclair Wed- nesday. But the veteran .journalist- broadcaster, whose controver- sial views on even-thing from God to money have made him a Canadian entertainment in- stitution, faces the event with "Surs I'm pleased ao! Bat- bs aaM is sn Sate- KSBW. "But I tore to atop as! wbethe? tbay're do- 'asg ft because I'm me or just because I've mads it to Tfl, "It's soft of a double-edged hoTMT to be the oldest, cranki- est newscaster still 3'h've and lUter 47 yeai'i as a. reporter nod SO as s iw- ing isonnespottdent iff To- tssets Star '3? aa'% pcy agy ssBwastef sjrf eanmen- 4ato? tor Tbronia fsSio stadoE he's going SB strong as sver, He does broadcasts a week for CFRB as well as ap- pearing as panelist oil the CBC's weeldy TV' show, Front Page Challenge. TRIED TO EARN MILLION But -Kith a hint of regret he ing CDntrovei-sy n n usuaEy he's1 to tlie middle of it. He's a i well-known opponent of fluor- once called fhiori-j ides "rat proha-! bly his biggest rhubarb was: ttie one that fallowed his ques-i tioniug of Olympic sivimmer; Elaine Tanner of Vancouver i on Front Page Challenge last; year. Hs aAed her men- struation interfered wift isa? atiitetic questJOD be still thinks logical and reason- able. Hiss Tanner wasn't shocked, but Vancouver news- paper rnan Les Weriman was abandoning retirenient hopes. "I could have done it at he says, "but now it's too late. He admits his taxable income last year was and his preoccupation with money has been a constant irritant to clitics who have seen him em- barrass Bront Fags Challenge gueste by bluntly asking how money they tare. Last season, when the tables ftere in an encounter sith Finance Minister Edgar Benson, Sinclair placed his own estate at S870.000. But now. lie itflUiV im GORDON SINCLAIR Mixed Feelings and lie sparked an campaign, broadcast- er said resulted hi hate letters, CBC Pi-csideiit George Davidson said the question': should have been deleted From tljG sllOW, Each weekday morning at: a.m.. Sinclair wheels his: shiny I9G1 Rolls away from his home in posli suburban tsluig-1 says, stock market declines and heads for UFRB's niirl-, 'have Jit him hard. Sown studios. "I've lost 2.5 per cent of my! He arrives 43 minutes before money tins year' alone." air time, without much hi mind i He says be became conscious i tor the first: two broadcasts of! the day. "I b'ke lo keep it fresh. A lot! of guys spend hours tvriting -i Uicir "I write last, I don't write !J gixtti, but I sure I He scans the pers, repwts, letters awi notes, then churns out his copy in 3 t'urious two-finger- aiirj that ius loud, Jed typing style. cloUuiig and his Kolls- j Barely n niiwite beture i Rqyce arv, to some extent time he into Lite broad- OTIS to drtiw attention, He iievgr suits, of money when he was a child, "t was the son of very poor people. I used to sec neighbors put on the street, a terrible in- dignity, not knowing where to go. My mother used to draw this to. my attention and say "Gor-r-r-die, never let this hap- pen to you.' Be frankly confesses "I'm s He has the fenaek of cast studio, asking "who the J hell's our sponsor today, anj'-jj French President Pompidou j Critical Of Countrymen you get more than low to save you more money on tires. Well match bargain prices with any tire wallets. For the 4-ply Nylon Cham- pion at means value you won't beat anywhere else. But the real test of tire economy has to be measured in not just dollars. And that's true, no matter what you pay for your tires. That's we offer Biding System Service, As the diagram suggests, your tires are part of your riding system. And defects hi the riding system will do more than anything else to butcher your tires. What kind of defects? Wheels out of alignment. Worn shocks, Grabby brakes. Loose ball joints, They can pound and scrape and scuff the life out of your tires. What's more, a small problem in one part: of the system can lead to very big problems, And very costly problems. For instance, mis- aligned wheels can damage the ball joints and steering rods. What should yon do about it? Drop in for a free Riding System Analysis. We'll check the alignment, shocks, brakes, ball joints, and so on, There's a very good chance we can make a minor adjustment or two that will save you a lot of money later on. "What if you need new tires? Vou're certainly not under any obligation to buy ours, But when you see what we have to offer in quality and value. we think maybe you will. Bi't thats lot >oc to deude, Riding at these legations' FAKIS (AP'4 President. F-'oitipuluti rturiks hii tal, ignorant of rconnmics and love money too much. In an interview in the Jwie issue of the magazine Heal- itcs, P o m p i <1 o u says the French are hard to This complaint has been beard from tJir early and Charles tie Gaulk-. Porn- pidou's to sxpress it by asking: do you propose to govern country uhicli has more than 3CO dillercnl fcmds rf. P r? ii-t p i fj r; u, hnian Is unduly optimis dfiy and tlir "1 t nationalist npp day. ynd dp fcatisl. llic next.. That, we have had so many revolu- Lions iji a country fl.s- pires only for order." A.nd lip says his poople be L'fiighl alxmt ramomio, He proposes to rfiduce ine French m a n 's ''Utste of nioncy'1 and "show him that i money Uoosn'l have any value in itself, Ui.it it has value only you c'o ivif.h' i A division of TIRE 8, RUBBER Company limited Corner 3rd AVQ. and 8th St. S. Phone OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. TO 6 P.M. ;