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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta If73 THI LITHIRIDO! HMALB 5 Auto emissions standards eased WASHINGTON (AP) The United States Environmental Protection Agency said today nitrogen dioxide is not a wide- spread air pollution problem after all and that a 90-per-cent reduction of nitrogen oxides in auto emissions is not necessary. EPA said the national air quality standard for nitrogen dioxide is still needed to protect public health, but the problem is not as widespread as was once believed. EPA said the nitrogen dioxide Mather Church names Watson BOSTON (AP) Roy G. Watson, former publisher and editor of Houston Post, was named president of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, at the denomi- nation's annual meeting Mon- day. Watson had been treasurer of the church for 32 years. Delegates elected Marc Eng- eler, former Swiss bank execu- tive, to succeed Watson as treasurer. More than delegates at the meeting were urged to "help humanity through spiri- tual means." levels were overestimated ear- lier because of the peculiarities of the measurement method used. The agency began reassessing nitrogen dioxide levels a year ago and it reported last April 17 that the problem seemed less serious than supposed and that the auto emission standards ap- peared unecessarily tough. Under the Clean Air Act of 1970 automobile emissions of ni- trogen oxides must be reduced 90 per cent by 1976. At present auto emissions are limited to 3.1 grams a mile of nitrogen oxide and would have to fall to .4 grams a mile in ve- hicles sold in 1976 and there- after. 3 CITIES POOR But EPA said only three Angeles, Chicago and exceed the national nitrogen oxide standards by 1977 if the present 3.1-gram standard is retained. The EPA noted that this did not take into account further ni- trogen oxide reductions through other measures such as trans- portation controls and control from other sources. The agency said that ex- tremely stringent control of auto emissions would be neces- sary only in Los Angeles to meet the ntirogen dioxide stand- ard. Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat It's simple how one may lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Use this home recipe dietary plan. It's easy, no trouble at all and costs little. Just go to your drug store and ask for Naran Reducing Plap. Pour liquid into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Take two tablespoonsful twice a day as needed and follow Naran Reducing Plan. If your first purchase does not ibowyou a simple easy way to lose bulky fat and help regain slender more graceful curves; if reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, arms, hips, abdomen, calves and ankles just return the empty car- ton for your money back. Follow this easy way endorsed by many who have tried this plan to help bring back alluring curves and graceful slenderness. Note how quickly bloat disappears, how much better you feel. More alive, youthful appearing and active; Poolside romance Young Kelly Coley, 2, left ,and Eddie Jr., 16 months, share a kiss while cool- ing off on a warm spring day in a fountain pool in Memphis, Tenn. German investors wary of Canadian controls OTTAWA (CP) German businessmen want to invest in Canada, but are wary of con- trols that could be imposed un- der the government's foreign in- vestment legislation, Hans-Gun- ther Sohl, president of the Fed- eration of German Industries, says. Mr. Sohl, leader of a 25-man delegation touring Canada this week, said Canadian resources and an underemployed labor supply are attractive to Ger- man investors, who are squeeezed by a labor shortage and a domestic investment tax. Increased German investment would provide jobs and tech- nology and spur competition, he said. But he voiced reservations about tfce effect of the foreign investment bill, now before the Commons finance committee. The bill would empower a screening agency to block in- vestment or bargain for various benefits, including export per- formance, research and devel- opment and employment. 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One year unconditional guarantee 25% TO 50% OFF RINGS (10 and 14K) Ladies and gents gold rings. Select from our complete selection of genuine and synthetic stones, modern and traditionally styled. 25% TO 50% OFF ROYAL LEERDAM WINE GOBLETS-To serve the finest imported Set of 6. Reg. PRICE MENS LEATHER GOODS A large variety of items perfect for Father's Day er Graduation ..............ALL Vt OFF BUY NOW. -.AND SAVE DURING OUR SALE AFFILIATED WITH MAPPIN'S LIMITED ZIE'S MERCHANTS JEWELLERS IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 328-4214 briefed on the bill by Industry Minister Alastair Gillespie and officials, Mr. Sohl told reporters he is especially concerned that administration of the law could cause delays in investment de- cisions. He also expressed distaste for any conditions that would be imposed on business investors. WANT FREEDOM "What we want, naturally, is to be free." If conditions were excessive, "I wouldn't make any in- vestment." But he stressed that German businessmen favor Canada as an investment prospect, citing political and economic stability along with the supplies of labor and resources. Canada already attracts a large share of German in- vestment. German investment in Canada, about million, is about the same as in the United States. Asked whether more in- vestment would create more Canadian exports to Germany, Mr. Sohl replied: "It could be." Canada had a deficit in trade with Germany last year, with million in exports against million in imports. Bullfighter fatally gored BARCELONA (Reuter) Bullfighter Joaquin Camino, younger brother of Spain's fore- most matador, died in hospital here Tuesday after being gored in the local bullring Sunday. Camino, 29, was assisting his brother Paco as a the man who places barbed spikes in the bull's back prior to the the bull's horns pierced his groin and ab- domen. Paco and two other leading bullfighters, Luis Miguel Domi- ngirin and Palomo Linares, vainly tried to "cape" the bull away from Joaquin as he lay 'prostrate on the sand. Then, as his brother was taken to hospital, Paco com- pleted the bullfight, killing the bull in traditional style. Joaquin Camino was the sec- ond bullfighter to be killed by a bull in Spain in the last two years. In July, 1971, matador Jose Mata died in Madrid after being injured in Villaneuva, Spain. Nominations are invited EDMONTON (CP) Nomin- ations are open for the board of directors of the Alberta Edu- cational Communications Corp., the government announced yes- terday. The government is inviting nominations from any citizen or group and says it hopes the board will have representation from industry, labor, profes- sions and concerned institu- tions. The corporation will provide the framework for educational broadcasting and production of educational programs and ma- terials. It will be operational by Sept. 1. It will also take responsibil- ity for the operation of CKUA Edmonton and negotiate to ac- quite educational television out- lets in Edmonton and Calgary. Bighorn sheep killed CADOMIN (CP) Members of the Smallboy Indian Band near this foothills community about 180 miles west of Edmon- ton are slaughtering bighorn sheep in the region, a provin- cial fish and game spokesman said here. Bob Tanghe of Edson, vice- president of the Alberta Pish and Game Association, said the band slaughtered 11 bighorn rams May 28 and the remains were observed by a govern- ment wildlife officer at the In- dian band's camp about 80 miles south of Edson. Mr. Tanghe said hunting of bighorn sheep in the area has been halted for the last three years to enable the association and the fish and wildlife asso- ciation to conduct a five-year study into the habits of the sheep, described as among the best trophy sheep in North Am- erica. Wayne Brown of Edson, a fish and wildlife officer, con- firmed Mr. Tanghe's statement that the sheep were killed. He said Indian treaty rights allow them to kill big game on crown land. CRASH KILLS 3 ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) Three persons died Sunday when their single-engine plane crashed in the Atlantic Ocean here. Officials said the plane crashed in fog, and a hospital spokesman said the victims may have drowned. Zeller s BEDDING BONANZA SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY JUNE 7, 8, 9________ BIG, BIG BUY BLANKET -Queen sire 80" x solid colors. -Reg. 7.96 Special, each MOD ART PILLOWS -Shredded Foam -Size -Reg. 1.44. Special, each 96 POLYESTER fORTREL PILLOWS -White with Blue Stripe Ticking -Size -Reg. 4.44. Special Tripe iiciiing 2.'6 SEMI-SOLID FOAM PILLOWS -White Cotton Cover -Sire -Reg. 2.44., Special, each 1. POLYESTER FORTREL PILLOWS Pattern Ticking -Sizt -Reg. 2.97. Special, each 9 222 TEMPO BLANKETS -Size -80% Acrylic, 20% Nylon. -5 Colors to from. -Reg. 5.55. Special iywn, 3.96 ZELLERS COUNTY FAIR BLANKETS -Size Colors to choose from -Washable -Reg. 6.96. Special JTOfll 5.55 STRIPED AND SOLID EXECUTIVE SHEETS Twin Bed Size......................... each 4.66 Double Bed Size each 4.96 Queen Size each 6.48 Pillow Cases........................... pair 2.66 ZELLERS COUNTY FAIR BLANKETS -Sizt Colon. -Washable -Reg. 8.96. Special....... 6.66 ROSE BOUQUET PILLOWS -Site Foam. 2.56. Special 1.94 CHENILLE BEDSPREAD or Twin Bed Size Colors -Washable -Rtfl. 8.97. Special I 9IZ0 7.77 SCOTIAN BEDSPREAD -Twin Bed Size -7 Colors -Washable -Rtg. 11.94. Special CIUO 934 SCOTIAN BEDSPREAD -Bunk Bed Sizt 100" -7 Colors -Washable 9.96. Specie 7.96 SCOTIAN BEDSPREAD -Double Bed Size -Washable -Reg. 13.58. Special 12.44 BIG, BIG BUY BLANKET Lilac, Grttn, Blut, -Washable -Re8. 4.96. Special..... BlUtr 444 PILLOW -Chicken -Rtg. 2.54. Special 1.84 CHICKEN AND GOOSE FEATHER PILLOW -Size -Pink or BliM -Rtg. 3.86. Special 2.85 SEMI-SOLID FOAM PILLOW -Silt 3.26. 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