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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta letvrdey, March 20, 1971 - THI 3.ETHMIDOI HERALD - 2S No plans for N-subs OTTAWA (CP) - The deface department has no intention at the present time of acquiring nuclear-powered submarines to patrol Canada's Arctic waters � Robert McCleave (PC-Halifax-East Hants) asked in the Commons Friday whether the government had such plans and Donald S. Macdonald, defence minister, replied simply: "Not at the present time." NEED SUPPORT ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) - The Pakistan government announced it will bar hippies and beatniks from the country unless they have enough money to support themselves. The order did not explain how much money was enough nor how offi dais were to identify hippies and beatniks. Fore fashion thafteyepK t4 The Queen will reinstate Emperor Hirohito of Japan to the oldest and most exclusive order of knighthood in the world, EMPEROR HIROHITO ... To Be Reinstated October said the Queen will announce tile reinstatement dur-the Order of Che Garter, diplomatic sources in London say. Informants connected with arrangements for the emperor's state visit to Britain next Pension plan claims will move faster HAMILTON (CP) - John Munro, federal health minister, says Canada Pension Plan disability claims will be processed more quickly and the current backlog of claims will be cleared up in a few months. Ii a lette* to the Hamilton and District Labor Council, the health minister says the backlog developed because of a shortage of staff to proces claims. But the review board now has been increased to eight members from two members with further hiring planned. The labor council had complained that some of its members had waited as long as eight months for disability benefits. ing the visit as � gesture of good will. The emperor, together with other prominent overseas monarch* or "leading politicians, was struck off the roll by order of the late King George VI, the Queen's father, at the time Japanese troops were marching into Singapore in the Second World War. The emperor was invested with the Order of the Garter in 1929.    Earl Warren, whose leader* ship of (he U.S. Supreme Court through 16 turbulent years led the United States into a social revolution, says he is confident the country does not face any real danger of armed revolution. "Everyone talks of revolution," says the former chief Justice who recently was 80. "The president speaks of one kind. Others talk of another kind. But I don't think we're in danger of an armed revolution to determine whether out institutions will stand. "I think this largely because I feel our young people will do something about the problems that nave brought us so much divisiveness."    Ronald Craig, Canadian-born owner of the barque Endeavour II which ran aground and was wrecked in northern New Zealand last month, plans to build another, more accurate replica of Captain Cook's discovery ship and to call it Endeavour in. He said In Wellington, after seeking endorsement of his idea from Prime Minister Sir Keith Holyoake and several cabinet ministers, that the new ship would be used as a floating display centre for New Zealand. COST OF VOTES WHITEHORSE, Y.T. (CP) -It cost $7.03 for each vote cast in the Yukon Territories election held Sept. 8, a report on 1970 election expenses released by Commissioner James Smith's office showed. Total election costs were $36,260.56 as 5,152 of a possible 7,700 voters cast ballots. CANADA'S BEST- IN STYLE COMFORT & ECONOMY... npra�a�i MOTOR HOMES By HAICO. Designed and styled for those who demand the very best in performance, liveabilify, and prestige. Luxuriously appointed throughout, Empress interiors offer all the features you'd expect in your own home. Mounted on a Dodge chassis - the Empress is a pleasure to drive, and parks with effortless ease. a 3 MODELS - 20, 24 and 27 ft. ELEVEN MODELS - 13 to 28 FOOT TRAVEL TRAILERS By HAICO. Superbly crafted throughout - all models incorporate the very latest in trailer features. Haico advanced engineering design reduces wind resistance - making them easier and more economical to pull. Whatever the size of your car - (or pocket book) there's a Skvlark Trailer Ideally suited for you. MOTORLODGE By HAICO. Chassis mounted on an F350 ford 1 ton truck and fully equipped. Maximum room for living and relaxing inside while maintaining outside compactness for ease of handling and parking. Full kitchen and bathroom appliances, cozy dining area, wide beds, color co-ordinated fixtures, drapes, and upholstery. CHASSIS MOUNTED-FULLY EQUIPPED] THREE MODELS -8, 10.5 and 11.5 FOOT For name of nearest dealer and free brochure write (indicating which brochure desired) to: HAICO MANUFACTURING LTD., LETHBMDGE, ALTA. (Subsidiary of the Wicket Corporation) TRUCK CAMPERS By HAICO. For people who like to explore off the beaten track - yet want the comfort, convenience and security of. a home away from home. They're built sturdy to last, planned carefully to make every square inch of space count, and handsomely furnished Inside. Here's liveability, versatility, reliability, all at a practical price. HAICO-THE ONIY WAY TO GOI YOUR LOCAL EMPRESS AND SKYLARK DEALER IS TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE BOX 1202 - IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA DENIED "FAMILY OF MAN" AWARD - An upheaval In New York City's Council of Churches ha� forced It to cancel plant to give It* annual "Family of Man" award to comedian Bob Hope. Objections to hit selection were toid to have centred partly on claims f"hat he was Identified with the military establishment and the Vietnam war. Hope It shown entertaining troops last December at Cu Chi, 20 miles northwest of Saigon. N-test may cause 'quake nation protests to U.S. OTTAWA (CP) - Canada has lodged another protest against United States nuclear tests in the North Pacific. Informed sources say & note delivered three weeks ago by the Canadian embassy m Washington to the U.S. state department forcibly stated Canada's objections to a planned test on Amchitka Island off Alaska this fall. Contents of the note were not revealed. However, an Ottawa informant suggested that it was even more "specific" than a similar representation made by Canada 18 months ago. At that time Canada protested against a whole series of under-g round experiments on the Aleutian island, planned to perfect a warhead for the U.S. Safeguard anti-ballistic missile system. The first blast in the series took place soon afterward, Oct. 2,1969. Canada based its challenge on the fact that Amchitka is located in a geological zone prone to earthquakes. Fear was expressed that the test might cause an earthquake which in turn might set off a tidal wave capable of causing death and destruction on Canada's West Coast, among other places. REMAIN 'ABOUT NORMAL* No such convulsion occurred, and an Atomic Energy Commission report three weeks later said seismic activity in the region of Amchitka appeared "about normal" during the period immediately following the explosion. Canadian officials always conceded that the risk of a major cataclysm was small. But they argued it was present in some degree and contended this was sufficient reason to speak out against the tests. The contention is that such blasts might well loose seismic forces that could produce a WEDNESDAY MEETING COALDALE (HNS) - The Coaldale Home and School Association will hold . a meeting Wednesday night at the Kate Andrews High School at eight o'clock. major earth shakeup in time. There have been suggestions in non-official circles here that recent earthquakes off the western coast of North America, including the major shock at Los Angeles some weeks ago, could have been an indirect result of the 1969 test. That detonation had an explosive force of about one mega- ton, or a million tons of TNT. There has been speculation that the next test in the series will be in the four- to six-megaton range. Exact date of the blast has not been fixed. The state department in Washington has said about Canada's latest protest: "The Canadian views are being considered." Mackenzie line discussion set OTTAWA (CP) - No firm decisions on the building of a Mackenzie Valley pipeline will be taken next week when federal cabinet ministers meet senior executives of oil companies. Northern Development Minister Jean Chretien Friday in the Commons said that he and Energy Minister J. J. Greene would be having "preliminary discussions" with companies supporting the proposed Alaska line. The idea was to discuss the Mackenzie as a possible alternative to the Alaska line. "The government will not be making concrete proposals," said Mr. Chretien. Replying to New Democrat Leader T. C. Douglas, the minister said another summer of research is needed to determine all possible environmental damage a proposed Canadian line could cause to the tundra. Mr. Douglas pressed the minister for answers on which country would control the Mackenzie line if it were built; and on whether Canadians and the federal government would be allowed to invest in it. Mr. Chretien said soma of these questions are not finally solved. But guides issued last August would allow Canadian investment and fully protect the Canadian public interest. The minister also said U.S. oil officials would be told of ecological studies so far in the Canadian North and the requirements they would have to meat if a line were built there. LOW IN BUTTERFAT Holstein cattle are noted for their extremely high production of milk which contains a rather low percentage of butterf at INSURANCE  LIABILITY  BONDS  AUTO  FIRE R0SSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lowtr Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 H. M. DICKSON FARM AUCTION SALE 6 MILES SOUTH OF WARNER ON HIGHWAY NO. 4 MONDAY, MARCH 29th 10:00 A.M. TERMS: Cash or ejrafn, with arrangements being made prior to sale time with owner. COMBINE, TRACTOR, TRUCK 1965 Massey-Ferguson self-propelled Id ft. combine with cab, Heston straw chopper, Melroe pickup. Case 900 tractor, cab, lights, dual hydraulics, 18.4x34 ttres, wheel weights, completely overhauled, also dual front end loader. 1953 Fargo 3-ton truck, Renn hoist, grain box with steel floor, 8.25 tires, reconditioned motor in December and new paint job. MACHINERY 1966 28-ft. Edwards rod weeder (wing type); 18-ft. Victory blade and marker; 16-ft. Case cultivator; 16-ft. IHC spring tooth cultivator] 16-ft. rod weeder attachment; 16-ft. John Deere rod weeder; 14-ft. John Deere hoe drill with fertilizer attachment and marker, overhauled; 20-ft. John Deere surflex; 36-ft. loader; 1964 Massey-Ferguson 30 16-ft. swather; Massey-Harris 16-ft. swather; 1968 36-ft. Allied grain auger, 3-h.p. elec. motor; 16-ft. auger with Wisconsin motor; 12 volt drill filler; 3-3-ineh grain augers; Cose ham-mermill; 2-wheel manure dump wagon, BUILDINGS 4 hog houses 6' x 8'. Hog rain shelter 12' x 24'; Chicken rain shelter. TANKS 1000-Gallon water tank en skids. 300-Gallon water tank; 4 tanks, various sizes. 500-Gallon fuel tank with stand and hoses. 90-Gallon field fuel tank and hoses. MISCELLANEOUS Carter disc cleaner with discs for Durum wheat, wheat and barley; Platform scale; 200-bushel 3 compartment feed mixing tank; Cement mixer; Sludge pump; Gear box; Sacker Acetylene welder; Esco electric welder; Seed treater; Various electric motors, all sizes; 4-5 Wisconsin gas motors; Quantity scrap iron; Quantity shop and hand tools; Palomino gelding, 3Vi years old, well broken; Many other items too numerous to mention. lunch available from the Women's Uniform Organisation SALE CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave. S. lerhbridae, Alto. AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN License No. 41 License No. 458 WE HAVE RENOVATED wmmm tJ)65. DUE TO THE INTERRUPTION OF OUR WINTER WORKS PROGRAM caused by the renovations of our showroom and plant we are continuing our Winter Works Program until the 15th of April. 10% SAVINGS ON ALL WORK ORDERED UNTIL APRIL 15th #>/f