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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IHHSRIBGE HERAIB March 1971 FREEDOM FLAME Rabbi Simon Eckstein lights a symbolic freedom flame outside the Russian embassy in About 400 Jews demonstrated against alleged Soviet mistreatment of Russian Manning critical of CDC project CALGARY CP Plans for the Canadian Development Cor poration should be Senator Ernest Manning because the company is subject to inevitable political pres Such a situation is o s t undesirable for resource devel opment and individual Manning told an audience at the University of Calgary the objectives of the CDC could be better met if the government formed single corporations for specific projects and financed them by The former Social Credit premier of Alberta also criti cized what he termed a nega tive brand of emotional nation Too many politicians and news commentators cannot speak of Canadian sovereignty except in the context of anti American The realities of Canada relations must be he The may be able to live without but could Canada livs without the The senator noted Canadas vulnerable military posit i o n and said the country must maintain realistic nego tiations in areas of mutual in terest with the The present methods of rais ing money for Canadian pro jects needs he There is very limited oppor at for indivi dual investors to get involved But millions of Canadians form a vast pool of untapped investment capital which could significantly decrease our for eign investment Prospects for fishing season looks grim EDMONTON CP Pros pects for the spring sport fish ing season looks grim in Al a fisheries biologist said If this snow doesnt melt soon we will be in bad chief fisheries bi ologist for the department of lands and said in an Paetz said hsavicrthan usual snow cover this year is robbing Alberta lakes of oxy at this time of ice on lakes is beginning to deteriorate and sunlight is able to reach oxygen produc ing This the sun isnt get ting through the snow and fish in some lakes are not getting enough he Paetz also said anglers will be warned aqam this carj not to eat fish taken from the North and South Saskatchewan These fish con tain more mercury than is accept ed for human On the brighter lie said there should be some good catches of Coho salmon in Cold Lake in east central Alberta this The department ex pects anglers mil be akmg sal mon six pounds and U9 from the lake by Record Soviet harvest MOSCOW RenterI Soviet Communist leader Ixxmid Brezhnev announced toda a So viet record harvest of more than 186 million tons of grain last Brezhnev also lold delegates to the Mth Communist party congress that List cars raw cotton harvest was million tmc never rt had such high gross he said of Ihe It was the first cffuial an nouncement of oars record grrun allheunh anahsts had alrcadv estimated a figure o about million tons The figure represents an in crease of more thrn II million tons the last grain record set in aKo announced that nlnut Sill million will bp in vested in state and collective during the ees It depends on Ottawa says Aalbcrg EDMONTON fCP Alber ta would consider attending a conference on foreign invest ment provided the federal gov ernment uas pro vincial treasurer Aalborg said The to which pro j vincial and federal ments representatives would j be was proposed Tues I day by the Ontario government in its throne speeclT Aalboig said the benefits of such a conference would bo questionable if the federal gov1 ernmrnt didnt attend because I it docs most of the dealing with foreign GreatWest Life seereiary quits VIXMPEG CPi The VICP president and secretary of Great West Life Assurance li A said here hs tional responsibilities with the firm April 1 Hunter said in a state ment he plans to puisup a sec ond the nature of uhich he exited to in ai monh Hr a i member of the firm s lxard of j H K associate scc O your wardrobe to the good looks ccfree comfort of these handsome dress Tailored exclusively for Woolco in Can nua bjone of the countrys finest mcmufac Vade of a premium quality broadcloth 65 35 Colton in a permanent f Lwtothe minute fashion A new rcmt collar for todays new wider COLOURS in ten new Spring VI deep tones Dusk Corn SIZES to SAVE Per Shirt SAVE When You Buy Two Woolco each for Each ONLY TIE and SHIRT Sets Just in lime for Easter Handsomely slyled deeptoned dress shirt with a profes sionally colour coordinated Polyester tie in Ihe new wide Shirt is available in shades of Sizes 14i SAVE 13 Woolco per set Shop With Ease Say Charge It Please were a Department Store anillWliicnUVii yflnafjtn nHU UKMttUli I IE 1C VOUR SHOPPING COSTS VOU LESS nomie i personnel elitvftor n HpiTMnts iic same1 Campnm and umnsel II 1 I iimoiin in mn uiliiiic in the two meuai IMMLJ in then plans he I lo 6 p m use We r rVE GOT And Because Were YOUR SHOPPING COSTS YOU LESS COULD WANT ;