Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thunday, May 7, 1770 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD Tire Recall Announced WASHINGTON (AP) -The transportation department an- nounced Wednesday the recall of Goodyear tires that the United States government agency said "could be hazard- ous under certain conditions.' The GOodyear Tire and Rub- ber Co. of Akron, Ohio, will fe- call size 700-13 Power Cushion passenger tires and size 915-15 Custom Power Cushion tires because of test failures. Nine of 20 Power Cushion tires tested failed government requirements for strength, and four of 28 Custom Power Cush- ion tires tested did not meet the standard for high-speed per- formance, it was said. In Akron, Goodyear said its tests had shown that the tires to be recalled pass all government standards and are safe for high- way use. The company said that at least half of the 700-13 tires "probably already have been worn out since they were pro- ffnced in May, June and July of Some giant species of bamboo reach 12 inches in diameter and 120 feet nigh whfle there are dwarf species that grow only a few inches tall. STUDENT SERVICES INC. IANDSCAPING-GARDENING PAINTING-FENCE BUILDING CUTTING AND RAKING LAWNS All minor repairs and services Fast and efficient service at reasonable rates PHONE TODAY GREG ar VIC 327-0872 328-7433 "Using a student could be the best investment you will ever make" Canada Has No Worries LONDON (CP) British entry into the European Com- mon Market should not have an adverse effect on Canada, David L. Nicholson, chairman of the Canadian division of the British National Export Council, said today. .Nicholson, who has just com- pleted a coast-to-coast tour of Canada on behalf of the coun- cil's export sales drive, said at a press conference he sees "no real danger" to Canada's ex- ports to Britain should this country join the European Eco- nomic Community.. "In he said, "if we go that is by no means de- cided should give British business a considerable fillip and put us in a much better po- sition to invest in things lik participation in the developmei of the Canadian West." Nicholson, a British induslri alist, added: "A strong Britain, in my opin ion, would be a very good thing for Canada because Britain would like to take part in the in vestment Canada will need fo future development." Israel Would Make Concessions TEL AVIV (AP) Foreign Minister Abba Eban has de- clared that, in exchange for "true peace, Israel would 'be prepared to make concessions that might surprise the world." Speaking at a labor meeting in Jerusalem last night, Eban said there was a need for a "balanced policy which would concern itself with the need for security requirements and the pursuit of peace at the same time." The concessions, he said "would not come at the expense of Israel's security." He did no elaborate. Eban's remarks sparked an immediate angry outcry from Israel's minority National Reli gious party, which sent him a "strongly-worded" objection de manding he immediately clarify his remarks on concessions, tin state i-adio reported. Makes Rare Public Appearance MOSCOW (Reuters) eran Bolshevik Vyacheslav Mol- otov, once Stalin's right-hand man, made a rare public ap- pearance here today for the fu- leral of his wife. With the 80-year-old Molotov and his family at the graveside was another former premier now rarely seen in public, Mar- shal Nikolai Bulganin, 74. 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Avco Financial Services I Would like more information about your mortgage loans Address. Phone_ QUEBEC (CP) Premier Jean-Jacques Bertram said yesterday there will be a meeting this fall of the Union Nationale party, defeated in last week's general elections. At a news conference follow- ing a cabinet meeting, Mr. Ber- trahd repeated several times: "I am the democratically elec- ted leader of the Union Nation- ale." He did not specify the agenda at the fall meeting but said "It will discuss all subjects sub- mitted to it." When asked w nether he would step down as Union Na- tionale leader, he said: "I am leader of the Union Nationale, All the rest is rumor and spec- ulation." He also said Education Min- ister Jean-Guy Cardinal and In ter'governmental Affairs Minis- ter Marcel Masse have denied reports that they will quit the Union Nationale. PLAN TO MARCH MONTREAL (CP) def- ence committee for two accused Quebec terrorists plans to or- ganize a march on the Montreal Stock Exchange next Tuesday to "stimulate" public support for Pierre Vallieres and Char- les Gagnon. It says Vallieres, currently serving a 3-monlh manslaugh- ter sentence for a 1966 bombing death in Montreal, and Gagnon, awaiting trial on three conspir- acy charges for terrorist bomb- ings in 1966, are "political pris- oners" in Quebec. BABY NOW NORMAL TORONTO month- old baby taken April 2 from Kingston General Hospital be- cause her mother does not be- lieve in blood transfusions, is 'absolutely normal." Glen How, awyor for the Jehovah's Wit- nesses, said here. Mr. How said the child of ,ynn DeWaal was examined by doctor who said she is "ac- tive, developing well and with 10 evidence of any abnormal- ly." Mrs. DcWall is a member of he Jehovah's Witnesses whose icliefs forbid blood transfu- iions. DEGREE FOR DOUGLAS BRANDON (CP) Brandon Jniversity will confer an honor- iry doctor of laws degree on C. Douglas, New Democratic 'arty leader, at its third spring onvocation May 15. Mr. Douglas is a 1930 grad- ate of Brandon College, the niversity's forerunner. He will the convocation .speaker. Training Centre Short Of Money CALGARY (CP) _ Advance Industries, a training centre for the mentally retarded, is in financial trouble and has asked for provincial support. 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