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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IE1H8RIDCE HERALD Wednctdoy, Marth 25, 1970 LONDON' (AP) A year ago Conservative party led the ;3bor government in public jinion polls by more I h an 20 wrcentago poin'ts. By last wwk JOE NAMATH TO STAR IN FILM Ann-Margrel and Joe Namalh have announced they will appear in a new movie, "CC. Ryder to be produced by Alan Carr and Roger Smilh. The New York Jets quarterback will take lo the roads in the film, portraying C.C. Ryder, a motorbike-riding drifter, who encounteri Ann-Margret during his travels. Olson Challenges Machinery Firms British Leader May Cash In On Poll Trend llaclunc Dealer jets Two Years EDMONTON John iwelka, 53, ef Vcgreville, was sentenced to two years on 18 "ounls of fraud involving 00. The charges were laid by ttassey Ferguson Ltd. for vhich Swelka was a dealer for 25 years in Vcgrevillc, CO miles east of Edmonton. He was originally cliarged vith 47 counts cf fraud, but five vere withdrawn and he lound not guily of 24. the Ton' lead had dropped to 5.5 points. Members of Parliament and political commentators are pre- dicting that if the trend contin- ues through next month, 1'rime Minister Wilson may call Brit- ain's first general election since 19C6 in June. must call the election by May, 1971, but he can call it earlier. White Later stniggled through a long series of defeats, in the opinion polls and in byelections for vacant parlia- m e n t a r y scats, the smarl money was bolting the prime Stage Play Again P1NCHER CREEK ULNS) The Windy Hollow Players will perform the comedy Never Too Late by Suinner Arthur Long a I the Isabelle Sellon High School, Blairmore, April 3 at 8 p.m. minister would put off Ihe bal- loting as long as he coidd. The picture appeai-3 to have changed radically in recen! weeks. Unconfirmed accounts s a y Wilson has lold cabinet col- leagues he hopes to get the elec- tion ovei' by the summer holi- days if tlie polls are favorable. These reports say may go to the country if the Tory lead drops to two points or less. Tlic party in power can nor- mally expect a swing to its side of some four points during the campaign. ECONOMY KECOVEIIS Britain's renewed economic health, after yeais of financial crisis, appears to be the major factor behind Labor's The government's political costly ol Ihe pound in 1M7, wage freezes and credit now paying off. The balance of payments, the difference between Britain's earning and spending abroad. has been a key to the eco- nomic wellbeing of tliis trading nation. Earb'er this m'onlli the government announced Britain's first foreign payments surplus since 1962. equivalent to about for 1969. For the first time since deval- uation. Irade unions are winning wage increases of up to nine per cent. The budget to be an- no'.mced Apiil 14 is expected In include tax concessions that would be favorable lo Labor's eleclion chances. MPs from bolh parties believe public reactions to the budget and the results of local elections 1IAKOI.D WILSON Slav Call Vole ART DIETRICH COM. DENTURE CLINiC 5th Si. S. Ph. 334.4095 Above Metropolitan Store next ntonlh will play key roles in determining when Wilson will go to the country. Some still think October is more likely. Profpecls that an economic slowdown in Hie Uru'led Stales will curtail imports from Brit- ain later in (lie year are also cited by Labor politicians who favor an election snon. INSURANCE LIABILITY 9 BONDS AUTO FIRE RQSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABIISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4ih I. Phone 327-1541 EDMONTON (CP) Agricul- ture Minister II. A. Olson said Tuesday he has challenged the four big farm machinery manu- facturers in Canada to do some- thing about theif high Canadian prices, but reaction has not been encouraging. Mr. Olson, in a speech to a joint convention of the Farmers' Union of Alberta and Ihe Al- berta Federation of Agriculture, indicated he has been unable to g e t satisfactory explanations from the companies on why their Canadian prices are higher than in other market areas. The minister said he has talking to trade officials in Czechoslovakia, Romania and j Japan to see whether machin- ery from these countries could find a market in Canada and provide increased competition. The "big four" companies were identified as "Massey-Fer- guson, International Han ester, John Deere and Ford." Mr. Olson noted that the re- cen! royal commission report on Ihe industry s'ngled out the four companies l.e mentioned for "most serious" criticism for charging higher prices in Can- ada than in Europe for the same tractor. He said he had asked the companies "lo offer some ex- planation" of Ihe commission findings and had also "chal- lenged them to do something voluntarily, or at least advise me as to what might be done, to correct these discrepancies." "I might say that the results of the meetings with Iliese com- panies have, to date, been somewhat less than encourag- I ing." Mr. Olson said Komania, Czechoslovakia and Japan say i they can produce tractors to sell I in Canada at "substantially less I retail cost" than what farmers pay now. But he noted that nil' costs of actually marketing the' tractors in Canada have not been assessed. Boss Of All Bosses Charged In Plot NEW YORK (AP) Carlo, natc commitlee as one of "the Gambino, reputed to be Ihe i most powerful umlerwoild lead- Cosa Noslra's "boss of all has been arrested by Ihe FBI and charged with con- spiracy to hijack an armored truck vith in hank funds. After the arrest Monday, the FBI described Gambino's role in the alleged plo! as providing "automobiles for the robberv and a means to dispose of (be money." GambEno, 67, was freed in bond after being ar- raigned before U.S. Commis- sioner Earle Bishopp. The armored truck which al- legedly was to Iw hijacked was to deliver new money and pick up old bills from Chase .Manhattan Bark branches in Ihe city, said Daniel V. Holt- man, chief of a justice depart- ment strike force organ- ized crime in Manhattan. Federal officials did not olfer any explanation why the alleged plot, said to have been put to- gether between March 1 and May 15, 1969, never was carried out. Gambino, described by a So- ers in [he United Slates." has been appealing a 1966 federal deportation order which is based on his entry info Ihe United States as a 19-year-old stowaway. He is a native of Pal- ermo, Sicily. In addition lo his position as. the reputed overlord of organ- ized crime, federal authorities say Gambino heads the 1.000- mennber Mafia family whose former ruler, Albert Anaslasia, was slain in 1957. Garr.bino has been described in published reports over the years as controlling Brooklyn waterfront rackets and having a large slake in construction, labnr, gambling and loan shark nickels. Pioneer Oil Finn Back In Business i FvuuI-Haising Plan -Stopped CALGARY (tT> -Tumor Valley Oil Co. Ud. of Calgary. i one of Alberta's pioneer oil I I (inns, announced here that it: will ask sharetolclers to approve acquisition of two groups of companies, Turner Valley, established in i EDMONTON Wl Opera- I3I! nr'l one the first firms' lion a raising pro-'M'sted on the Calgary Stock Ex- jcct o! Edmonton Jaycces, has I change, seeks to resume activity! been sunk by the provincial dc-' 'n Kns exploration after' partment of health. several years of partial rlor-' The .iaycees placed .'i car on niancy, secrct.'iry-lrMsurer A. j Ihe iVorth Saskatchewan Itiver Ifiir.es said in an inlcmow. j and sold tickets im the time it The company proposed pur-' would sink tbe ice. They i chnse of Gaffr.ey Clirc Assoc- hopcd lo raise more than inles of England and W) for a school from the pro-1 Ihe Sterling Group, oil and g.is jwt. properly managers of Calgary Eugene K. Kupchanko. heart! Billings, Mont, of Ihe vnler pollution control! Gaffney Cline r.rc exploration section, said I lie .Iaycees were; and development consultants violating the I'ubl.c Health Act.: and data processors operating j Tnc car has been removed I in Umdon, Trinidad and Tobago I from Ihe river. 'Singapore and Indonesia. BUYS NAME WRITING EGGS ASPEC1AL OFFER! Snap Them Up By The Dozen. till in box. otescnl to Everybody gets a name _ entire family, even grand.-notlier. So shop alillloearly.it Woolworth and rjnt your supply. At this tow price we can't (juarii.itefc last until Saturday SUPER SPECIAL LOW PRICE I Never Such A Low Price X You asked for We have Special Offer On Blister-pak Chocolate Bunnies Your choice of decorated 10 moulded standing or sil- ling rabbit in a large picture frame box. A great value and a winner with all the kids. Disney Characters Smiles Chuckles You'll Just Love Them Mickey, Winnie-the-Pooh and your old friend Don aid Duck, all dressed u; for Easier in a specia see-lhru box. 6.8 or. o pure milk chocolate 33 EACH SPECIAL PRICE' WHAT A BARGAIN Special Decorated Bunny Puie milk chocolate dec- orated Rabbit stands a- bout 8" high. Comes in attractive window box. This is another inn you can't aflord to miss to round out your Easier Candy List. What A Low Price1.! 3 Easter Pals in Box .1 assorted cliocolale novelties in see-thru window box. Some- thing different from the usual traditional linns. VERY SPECIAL PRICE' Your choice of Elcubiinl. Duck and in Baskcl. Will keep smoll ?i large children occupied end- lessly enjoying Ihe ant- ics of these characters. Plastic Figures They're Play Fun, Eating Fun I 49 Skip Rope Pop-A-Ball Bolo-Bat Fun Candy Filled Eggs Bunny Head Bank Low Prices! Pectin Jelly Bird Eggs ;