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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HERAIO y, Mutch 197t M.IMU- .loan Drapoiui an- -tX'.rviM Tucsttay Hint Montreal iu5 French architect Tcullibeit lo the for (lip 1976 Olympic TaiLltoert. of the Pare des Princes soccer stad- ium In Paris work vith MAYOR DRAPEAU Stadium plans standards go into effect, "This, of course, poses a very serious problem to all of tlie companies in the automotive said Oscar Lundiu. "It's'our task find or chal- to try to do the things ttie government is mandating at a lower cost antl provide proper and appropriate bene- fits to tlie customers of our ve- hicles.'1 Prime Minister Ian Smith's -son, Alexander Douglas Smith. ,22, pleaded guilty in Salisbury to a charge of illegally possessing or ac- quiring marijuana. A former law student, he was alleged to have had 734 ounces of the drug on him when he was searched at a border post at Mozambique, about 125 miles northeast of Salisbury, i last Dec. 20. j Premier (iolda Mcir said in Jerusalem she "would be tie- I lighted to go to Amman" if King Hussein of .Jordan invited tier At a foreign Press Associa- fion luncheon, she was asked if j there bad been contacts lie- twcen Israeli officials and Hus- sein, orj a Middle East settle- ment, j There were no meetings. 1 would be delighted to go to Amman if Hussein Mrs. Meir said. She rejected the concept of an independ e n t Palestinian state between tho borders of Israel and Jordan, the city's public works depart- ment. headed by Charles A. Chiang Kai-shek. Nationalist r.roleau j China's president Eor 24 years. The mayor said in a state- drafted today for another meat Grolcau and members of his department, have vi.siteri six-year term It is the generalissimo's sixth j lumber of cities to collect the j term. If he compiles it, he j technical, architectural and i be 90. i The National Assembly gave S votes to Chiang, the only nominee. Eight members ab- nrganization data necessary for these studies." The executive vice-president of General Motors Corp, said in Los Angeles that new car prices may rise by nearly In 197G, when new federally-re- quired safety and smog control stained. Early in Uie new term, start- ing in May, Chiang is expected to proclaim the first general elections since the Nationalists fled to Taiwan in 19-59. Poll 264 ridings solve vote riddle OTTAWA fCPt For polit- ica] parties, the great, (.tiling of public opinion polLs Ls thsit popularity percentages cannot be translated into a given number of Commons Thus, predictions on tho mil- roine of the next federal gen- eral election nre running the complete spectrum: Liberal majority, Literal minority, Conservati v e minority, Con- servative majority, NDP of'i- cif-1 opposition and ,sn on. One nimor made the rounds Hois week that an aase-ssment for the cabinet showed Hint an election svilhin the next coiiple of months return the with a minority. Both Uie pri rne ministcr's office and Liberal headquar- ters denied knmvledge of any Mich survey and, forecast a Liberal majority whenever the election is held. VO OVEK-AU. POM, One Liberal party spokes- man said the only known way of trying to predict accurately the number of Commons seats a party will win is to poll all 2G4 ridings individually. No party had ever tried In do In llic IDW election. t.hc Lib- erals took about 41 per cent of ihe popular vote in Manitoba but won only five of 13 seats. Their popular vole w.is ap- proximately the same in Brit- ish Columbia but, there they won 15 of 23 scats. Ihe Liberals in IOCS took -16 per cent of the vole and 60 per cent of the 2ftl seats. Ths Conserv- atives polled 32 per cent of 'he popular vote, the XDP 16 aiifl Sccial Credit end others six per cent. The Liberals have lost a few .seats .since in byciections and the current Commons stand- ing is Liberals 150, Conserva- tives 71, N'DP 23, Serial Credit :I3, Independent. Liberal 1, In- dependent 2, and vacant 2. LIBERALS SHOW HI.SI-; The latest public opinion polls show the Liberals pick- ing up again after a decline. Their popular vote is 40 per cent, the Conservatives' 30, the NDP's 22 while eipM per rent goes to Social Credit am) others, Some say they believe that the Trudeau administration would lie re- duced to a minority position is, fewer than half the 264 the Conserva- tives could win 40 seats in On- tario. They now hold only 13 of the 88 in the province. Many MRs say they nre on ''campaign ,tk-rl.'' pr> (hfi momrnL Primft Mwi.ster i Tnideaii namrjs the election i date. i And at least one Quebec j Literal vho fears be might 1 not be re-nominated by his party has put, out a feeler to the Conservatives. Just to keep things on the boil, a couple of Conservatives have put round a uimof that there won't he an election et all this a Liberal leadership convention next January- Margarine O plant aiiiioiuicctl RF.GINA fCP) AGRA In- duiitries Ltd. ttxlay aurounccJ j a expansion program which will bring margarine j manufacturing to the province for the first time. Premier t Allan Blakcney and AGRA president B. B. Torchinsky on- i nouncwi at a news conference llic plant at NipaM'in will dou- ble its criihlc oil refinery capa- city to million pounds a t year install a ''complete margarine packaging plant Bank obtains court, order VANCOUVER fCPl The Royal Bank of Canada yester- day obtained judgment for S303.2-U against a former cm ployce Mho stole close to S300.- '000 from a F'cnticton, B.C. branch of the hank. Mr. Justice W. K. Mclnlyre gave the bank the judgment in British Columbia Supreme Court against Ann Kathleen Spiller, now out of prison after being sentenced to six years. A receiver appointed earlier to administe1- the sale of her assets will he discharged after i the proceeds have hecn paid 1o the bank. j No onr> appeared for Miss Spiller in connection viih ap i plication for judgment. j The I heft of occured between 1964 and 1963, COW CAPTURED MARSEILLES, France (Reu- ler) A cow with a taste for wandered on to an ex- pressway here causing a three- to avoirl it. N'o one seri- ously Inii't ;md firemru fvrntu 1 ally raptured the animal. i I I PROVE IT MEN AND BOYS DRESS BETTER FOR LESS! Boys' Jacket in Western styiiiig that's Number One! Fashioned from pinwole cor- duroy in the sfyle dial's in de- mand! Front yoke, flapped patch breast pockels, lay down collar, dome fasteners, rayon lining. Na vy, Wi n e. Plum in sizes 8-18. EACH Repeat of a winner! Men's quality perma press sport shirt in latest plains! This men's long sleeve shirt Is fashioned by one of Can- ada's largest qualily shirt makers. 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