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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta f VHS IFTKBKIOBE HCRAtD 4uiu Residents Of Red China Dressin Better Changes Coming Promises Heath HONG KONG AP Kesi dents of Communist China are living better these but travellers to Hong Kong tell more and more talcs of political trials and mass Clothing and food still arc plain in the mainland Chinese but people arc reported dressing and eating better than they have for several And stores in Shanghai and Canton are put hint consumer goods in I heir Claims Americans Also Concerned TORONTO CP John Ken neth Galbraith says people in the United Slates are as con cerned as Canadians about the power of large corpora arguing for selective wage and price con said large not now have the power to determine what the consumer spoke here at the 50th annual meeting of ths Society oE Industrial Ac countants of A native of lona he is a professor of economics at Har vard University and a former ambassador to The money and time required modern production make companies seek ways to ensure their products are he What people get is not what they want but what they are persuaded to he He said the original Ford car was madewith a capital outlay of and major design changes could have been made in two or three It re quires and three years work to develop a recent he He said it does not matter where the head office of a com pany is in terms of its impact dn the The individual felt himself in the grip of large impersonal At a news conference later Galbraith said American one of every five persons used seat the council domination should certainly be among the lower order of wor ries for Traffic Deaths Shocking Says Safely Council EDMONTON CP was a shocking increase of per cent in traffic deaths in the province in 1969 compared with the Alberta Safety Council said The to its annual re said there were 468 traf fic deaths during 1969 and the percentage increase compared per cent during the same period at the national Injuries also increased by per cent during 1969 while the number of accidents rose by per The council said property damage for each accident in 1969 averaged S437 compared with in A survey of cars re vealed that the drivers of only On urban fewer than 27 per cent of them and 28 per cent of the wore jeat He said his proposal to stop inflation in the would be for a sixmonth freeze on wages and At the end of that period wages and prices would be freed in those areas where there was no market power power to create consumer The market power was in the control of the large corpora which had employees that were members of large Galbraith discounted the guideline approach to inflation control with the comment The day for that nonsense is At the end of the sixmosSi he wage and price controls should be imposed on the sectors of the economy that had market aril uana Research Under Way CP A federal government scientist says chemists of the food and drug directorate involved in marijuana research have been able to isolate two pure chemi cals from the The scientists have a re stricted use for the chemicals and 9THC and must use them on testing animals such as dogs and ham sters to determine their toxic Denys Cook told the British Columbia Pharmaceuti cal He said hallucinogenics such as LBJ and others have no known medical uses at this adding that re search could find possible uses in the The use of these agents Is still restricted as is The only people who can legal ly possess these agents are re search Stan president of the Professional Phar macists urged dele gates to hold the line on fees and to cooperate with the gov ernments call for voluntary re We have a duty to our pub as well as to our national economic to do all in our power to economize in the provision of our he display replacing the political posters that had domi nated until At the same Pekin continues to drum up tearsof and mass trials and executions are common throughout the country of The cities of Tientsin and Canton sit atop mazes of tunnels and bomb ob servers Hundreds of thou sands of Chinese are reported digging underground shelters and fortifications in every major Many Western analysts be lieve Pekings leaders do no really expect war but have launched a preparation cam paign to unite people separated during Chinas bloody Cultural SHELTERS SHALLOW Most of the reports indicate that the shelters are shallow and weak and would not provide any protection from Ihe effects of even small conventional The reports come from travel mainly European and Asian traders and Western gov ernment who visit the mainland and leave through Hong Pekings news agencies and radio stations re port generally good harvests in irost as well as the usual substantial production in creases in manufacturing and heavy These official give neither production figures nor increases in But some Pekingbased Westerners believe i n d u s t r y is making slight but definite Many of the persons reported tried and executed recently hi China have been village and commune officials accused of graft and corruption diiring the Cultural Others have been charged with robbery and BEST AVERAGE Ed Marsh had the best colle giate punting average in the United States in His punts averaged SAVE From 25 to 30 On Select Used Cars YOUR CHOICE OF 4 1968 PLYMOUTH FURY 1 4 door less 30 652 NOW ONIY YOUR CHOICE OF 3 1967 PONT1ACS 4 Was less 25 592 NOW ONLY S1783 6033A 1967 CHEVROLET 6 4 Was loss 25 568 NOW ONIY 42108 1967 BUICK ELECTRA 225 4 door loaded with Was M475 less 25 868 NOW ONIY 52607 5200A 1967 ACADIAN 4 Was less 25 518 NOW ONLY S1S57 2374A 1967 CHEVROLET Waj SI 475 loss 25 368 NOW ONLY 51107 Woman Wants Mink Coat Back Australia Reuters A woman traveller said today she will camp in the Sydney air port terminal until customs offi cers return her mink Anya Staners grey mink was taken by customs officers for verification of age and value when she arrived at Kingsford Smith Airport from Israel with her sixyearold daughter Travelling on a Canadian Staner said she bought the coat in Winni peg five years ago with money paid to her in compensation for being interned in Auschwitz con centration camp during the Sec ond World who was bound for Melbourne to visit relatives and possibly said she was told customs could not check her coat until Ive cancelled my flight to and Im going to wait here because I dont want to go without my she Phone Help For Parents LONDON AP En raged parents who feel their i children have provoked them beyond endurance now can phone for A 24hour phoneapar enL scheme has started this week in tile London dis tricts of Chel sea and file aim is to slop child beat It is organized by a re search department of the National Society for Preven tion Cruelly to Robert Castle of the unit ex plained has been found parental behavior is kmattc of deprivation w their own expect the infant to supply the emotional warnith they havent been able to They have un realistic expectations o f their childrens int For A Resurgent Britain LONDON Renters Ed ward Britains new bach elor prime minister who achieved a lifelong ambition by leading his Conservative party to a sweeping victory at the polls last took up off ice with the promise of a blue print for a resurgent The blueprint involves a new look at Britains problems at home and including a new defence strategy east of A man of restless Heath is motivated by a driving ambition to modernize Britain so it can play a full role in the competitive technological world of The 53yearold silverhaired politician campaigned largely on domestic Yet he has pronounced views on foreign In one speech he said We appeal to those who care about Britains place in the world be cause we believe in standing by our friends and building up a real influence which Britain can use for peace and understanding One of the most urgent mat ters before the new prime min ister is the opening of negotia tions in Luxembourg June 30 on Britains entry into the Common Heath is also expected to stop a planned British military with drawal from the Far East and press ahead wiUi plans for a firenation Commonwealth def ence organization made up of New Zea Malaysia and He is expected to take new in itiatives to try to resolve the problem of wlicro Prime Minister Ian Smith of Uie breakaway whiteruled territory continues to defy Britain and the At home he is expected to re view explosive questions of race and immigration Worried by industrial disputes which have caused production losses and by soaring wage de Heath has pledged re forms in industrial He wants to outlaw wildcat His government is expected to sound out union chiefs and in dustrial leaders Birring the election campaign Heath and his Conservative can didates made an allout effort to capture the housewives vote by promising b halt the trend of rising commodity Some observers believe the housewives vote may havo been one factor which helped to produce the nationwide proCon servative swing of about five per cent that ousted the Labor Businessmen traditionally support the Conservative as returns from the polling stations indicated a Conservative share prices had the biggest oneday lift in recent memory on the London Stock Heath must give lop priority to the negotiations lor Britains entry to the Common He has less than two weeks in which to appoint a negotiator and draft a brief for Britain has been trying to join the six nation trading commun ity for nine and Heath was the negotiator in the first This was vetoed in 19C3 by Charles de then presi dent of He also blocked a second entry attempt in Heath has argued in the past that membership would boost Britains opening up opportunities for economic growth and higher living stand In recent he has been stressing that Britain must get fair entry terms if it is to join j the One key issue is j the price Britain has to pay in raising farm produce costs to match standards already set by the Heath has stressed that his government will stand by Brit ains alliances and strengthen military He has said the Conservatives will seek to revitalize the 15na tion NATO regarded as fundamental ID Britains def He has been severely critical of the Labor governments deci sion to withdraw about British troops from Malaysia and the Persial Gulf area by the end of He believes such a withdrawal would expose British commer cial interests and the safety of Britains friends east of Suez to unacceptable Takes Over Firm KHARTOUM Reuters Su dans economy and foreign trade Ahmed announced Sunday the nationali zation of The Modern Industries which produces PepsiCola and other soft The now prime minister be lieves Britain must retain inde pendent control of its nuclear weapons to deter an On Healli is re ported ready to make a new ef fort lo find a political solution in accordance with principles that would leave the way open for eventual black African rule in the breakaway former British The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE 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