Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
[J TUB lETHRRIPCr IIKMO Monday, Morcti 77. 1973 Oil sales aenda d iH on In1- In i i i it 1 t iiu mt t n LI r I to L i o faun I t uu i m CH n nf Hit IK i I ku1 Hi (.1. In I_LI o I t i di r iiii H 11 r di ui i >n aim u u nd d Main 2 v.i li ofliu il fi n t1 t t d n im nt n il i' i i i mm uin 1 i I I I IU U tLlltl HI I I! 11 ttl, h JU Cit till 0! i t i qti unkd II ;i. uith ;i pnmai-v aim ot I viewpoints on ener_ i u IM i u qii >rt in n uritisin t n lei h i-, n di (lull i Cimti i u on Id Okinawa, which Ihe United The government says the I Slates will return to Japan May to ship additional supplies for personnel who will be sta- after reversion. OlilJKKS KliTUUX n lias promised co resnnine per- sa-vs lhc government will sonnet to quiet public ant-er and I -1'200 mc" tlierc bcfore nnxicty. this year. Ills oppo- Militarisin is a touchy subject' in Japan, where many slill re- member from personal ence Ihe influence of officers I rrp, who led civilian governments', RED DfjtM (cp) "ccl- into (he last war. i Enterprises Inc. of Flivcr- The Japanese say defeat in j side, Calif., has announced Ihe war taught them a lesson j p'niis lo build a trailer mann- and they are determined now lo facturillg in [llis be pacifists under a constitution nenls accused the milil.iry o[ overstepping authority. The government apologized anil or- dered the cxlra supplies re- turned. A self-defence force created after the war .is a police force, was looked o'own upon for years by a public which had suffered from war. But the military gradually regained public re- spect, especially tor its help in rescue work and oiher disaster operations. Trailer plant for Red Deer The government has been careful, however, to have it maintain a low posture in pub- lie. The force now has 230.000 volunteers, most of llicm drawn from among farm youngsters who find military life more compatible than the competitive rigors of civilian society. ft is equipped with missiles and jets, but nutch of its equip- ment still dates from the Second World War and there have been requests for Ihe government lo modernize it. Heads TOPS PINCIIER CREEK (Special) Josephine Robinson was elected lo lead members of TOPS (Take off Pounds Sen- sibly) at lhc recent meeting. Other officers: Lama Fisher, treasurer; Charlotte, D w y e r, secretary; Penny Elliott, co- leader; Doris Bollon and Myrtle McGlynn, weight rec- orders; Brcnda Fisher, atten- dance recorder; and Marge Kcnney, reporter. Plans lo attend "provincial recognition days" at Edmonton during May were discussed when Mrs. Diane LcPard led the short business meeting. .Northern which restricts power in govern-. Alberta j lo civilian's. j The U n i t eri States firm. Opponents of Premier Kisakn which has 45 plants in 20 states, i Sato are using the controversy I said the new plant will occupy j square 'eel on a 22 acre; site, which has already been! acquired. The plant will employ about 150 persons when in full pro- duction, said president Jack E. Dahl. Construction will begin shortly and the plant is cd to begin operation hi Ocio- Ibcr. A CHERUB IN THE MIDST OF CRIME Greg Clark, fovorJre story leller, recalls how he lost in a visil lo Al Capone's corrupt Chicago in the 1920s. M's one of the many interesting oiliclei IN YOUR LETHBRfOGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE IH.-A frne offer o! fpc-ciai interest in v-'hc hoar but do not understand words lias he-en anriouncGtl Viy Br-none, A non-operating model of smallest Beltone aid be piveu absolutely Jrre in anyone answering thia p.'ivi-ru-f-Ji'jrnt. :l. lo bow it is "Worn in llir privncy of your homnv.-iihoui cost or obligation of run- kind. It's yours to free-, [i, thnn a third, f'l ?.n and it's all at ear 3c-vct, nnci unit. Xo wires lead from hrjfiy to hc-ad. Tlir.-n models nre free, so we sugarsi- you write for yours ive rnpeaf, there is 710 eor-t, obliga- tion. V.'ritr: 10 .Dopt. 5433 TJr-1- Victoria, 111, GOG16. Hailstorms lo he hit i by rockets I WASHINGTON (API The government plans to rockets to attack the hailstorms that cost the United States up to million R year in crop and prop- erty damage, it was learned here. Scientists said small rockets carrying silver iodide will be fired from planes into thunder- storms suspected of being po- tential hail-producers tn see il such seeding can cut hail for- mation. The. plans were disclosed o'licials ol the National Science Foundation in Washington and scientists of the National Centre for Atmospheric Research a Bolder. Colo. The tests are to be carried ou this sAimriier at. a midwest les site. j rl'he researchers .s a i d seeding is lo t.ry to rli.snipt growth in a thundorhcad most of Ihe moisture will fall t rain or small ice pellets. Special loans for homeowners at Associates r.K.ir.-, we rtV'lc to you .1 better deal, 1 'T nr longer nr even both. .imnimt <-.in li tintrd only bv c 'iiniv nil havr in vour home. SIO.OCO, vim h'U-r ck'bts tnifsLinifing, or YOU second car, a bo-it. or .my other n'ui fjll-: !n Associates about .1 nrm'owner 1 tmn. Sco much better off vou'il c 1014 Third Avenue South 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGACK CREDIT LIMITED ON SALE: MARCH 27 28 29 3O APRIL 1 MSSSES DENSAfl JEANS GBRLS DRiSSES KRESGEPRrcE A glamorous gilt for your special 'lady' for Easter! Easy cars A Amel gowns that touch the floor are .i ruffled around neck 'gf' shorl sleeves. The empire is ior s'yle Easy sr jeansareultra ick with front lac- 2 pockfels and red legs. Blue nim color. GIRLS CULOTTES KBESGF PRICE sleeves. 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