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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Hursday, May 25, 1972 THt LfTHBmDCE HERAID 9 Trudcaii iiiusl: call fall _A TREGINA (CIO A- C. Mcnnctl tive Leader Rohcil announced lie has ac- said Wednesday that an invitation to visit the Minister must call Union in 1973. general election this premier of the province "Any refusal to do so British Cnlumhia I have re- he an admission of a special invitation from (hat no political leader with government of Russia to grain of self-reaped would Russia and I intend to mit Mr. SLanfield it next year, Mr. a luncheon of Conservative told reporters in Vic- sociations of lie .said Mr. Tnxlcau's noted that lie liad re- sion not lo have a July an invitation to visit the "betrays a degree of fear Union when he toured uncertainly on the part of 1970 world's lair at Osaka "It is the clearest now I liave a very ble indication that we are on invitation sent through way up and the Trudeau channels and I will ac- ernment is on the way down." "All the indications that I have are to the effect that we are going to get more than it next he said. The premier said he could not reveal the dale of the visit. seats (in the Commons) that we are tfoniR lo form Kniewjisscr, 4; next government nf CoiiFcrviilH os rou' hold assistant depuly minis ler of the federal department o[ scats in Hie trade and commerce, Mr. Slanfield said 1 lie hccomc the first lull-time priority of any government should he the fight against of Ihc Investment Dealers Association of Canada again will a so-called battle against inflation he 1. Sir. Kniewasser, an economist and graduate of Queen's Univer- ned on by slowing down KingstoKn. Out., was gen- economy to a point where mass unemployment i s manager of Expo 67 in Montreal, and before that H Ca- That is a trade commissioner in In a situation of Beirut, Cairo, Caracas he said he would not Paris. as a temporary measure, to wage and prices controls dentist Ferdinand said in Oslo he could Text of Mr. Stanfield's that the charred body was issued lo the press by Soviet troops hi Berlin May. 1943, was that of Adolf He said that after work- XEROX on Ihe case since 1945, he now had final evidence that Hitler died in a Berlin bunker. Newspaper .1. IMacMillan, chair- Typed, Primed or and president of Canadian Railways, was named GENEOLOGY of Ihe year by the Ameri- Railway Development Asso-cinlion. Mr. MacMillan a s at (he association's G3rd 1207 3rd Avenue meeting in Montreal for LETHBR1DGE, contributions to railway de- Phone in the of disc] introduction, cen- PREMIER BENNETT going to Russia Iralizcd traffic control, market- ing policy, computerized opera- tions and development of CN buildings. f Addle Davis, author of four books in the United States on nutrition and natural foods, says consumers should avoid while flour and bread as well as soft drinks. Miss Davis, 63, in Toronto to participate in the Canadian Health Food Dealers1 conven- tion, said in an interview Tues day the "vitamin enrichment of while flour and bread isn't worth a hoot.'1 "The milling process Lakes out 40 nutrients and the govern- ment puts back two or three. A WHOLE NEW THING IN SUMMER FUN WITH Not since Ihe invention of the outboard motor has there been a summer fun happening lo equal the Honda mini trail bike craze! Every year more and more people are taking to counlry trails and over the fields with, those delightfully safa 50 and 70-cc Mini Trail bikes from Honda. Every member of the family will love the way those big, fat knobby lires grip surely in almost any terrain, and climb litje a mountain goal! A wonderful way lo teach a youngster control and coordination and make him a safer driver, too. Mini Trail ZSOA-7 Only weighs 112 pounds, wilh fold-down handlebars so you can lake it anyv.'here, in your car or boat, 4-stroke engine like Ihe big bikes, ends smokey motors. CT-7D Trail Fold-down handlebars for easy portability. Tough, S-bp engine. Fiont and rear brakes. Automatic clulcfi. Sroovy! (Also see Ihc C-70 Deluxe, step-through bike. ?o easy lo handle.) CT-90 7 bhp overhead cam, "1-stroke engine, smooth brakes, rugged no-nnyv.'hcrc suspension R-speod transmission. Full liqlils ,'iTl ly equipment for cily driving. Scrambler 100- Most versatile Honda of all. A great on-or-oll Ihc road machine, weighs under 200 Ibs.. yet has plenty ol gcl-up-and-go. Weed a bigger motorcycle? See fho and 750. From Mini to Mighty, Honda has it nil! .MINI TRAIL Z-50A Documents entered at trial TORONTO (CP) Invoices and cheques seized by federal tax investigators were entered as exhibits here at the trial of Harold E- Ballard, president of Maple Leaf Gardens. Ballard, G7. is charged with fraud and theft involving the al- leged misuse of from January, 1964, to December, 1970. He has pleaded not guilty. Among documents presented by Thomas McGeachy, an audi- tor in the lax avoidance division of the revenue department, was an invoice from Brown's Sports and Cycle Ltd. lo Ballard's son, Bill, for S23 referring to parts. The invoice, according to the indictment, purported to involve repairs to a mootrcycle pur- chased by the Ballard family. The indictment says Hie repair bill was repp-esenled to lie for repairs to carry-all bags and hockey stick bags for the Gardens. Other documents allegedly link payments to the snorting goods slore for hockey skates which in fact were for repairs and balance of payments on two motorcycles. Invoices from Limousine Liv- ery for SCO were entered aipd Mr. Mcfieachy said they were altered lo read "airport serv- ices." The indictpncnt alleges these were for use al the ived- ding of Ballard's daughter in March, 1967. OUT FRONT AGAIH IN 72! VOW? NLAnCST HONDA DISTRIBUTED BY: CLARKE SIMPK1NS HONDA 760 ALDERBH1DGEWAY, RICHMOND, B.C. Jail passes i cancelled CALGARY (CP) All tem- porai-y release posses at Spy Hill Provincial .liiil have been cmicellcd bccuase two prison- ers failed lo return last week- end. Warden J. S. Jackson said Wednesday. The move is temporary and would affect about 15 to 20 pris- oners a week. Mr. Jackson said that 20 of the passes issued in the last, year were abused although all prisoners were eventually returned lo the institution. The temporary p-clcasc sys- tem is a good schc-me, the warden said, hut Ihc Iwo pris- oner's aclion during (lie u'cck- end was the last slraw. "We have an obligation lo Ihe public as well as lo the prisoner." Police were seeking Gerald Thomas Drown, 27, and James McaKcnzic, .10. LETHBRIBGE HONDA CENTRE SALES SERVICE 1117 2nd Avc. S. Phone 327-8889 fsSraisFSPsI Southern Albcrlo'i and Most 'V'l.''.'..' Progressive Molorcyclo Dealer nmii ON PHOSPHATES OTTAWA (CP) There are many "relatively harmless" suhslanccs which dclergcnf manufnclurcrs can substitute for phosphalcs, Environment Minister Jack Davis said here, liffective next Jan. 1, Ilic phos- I pliale content pcrmiltcd i n I laundry 'detergents drops lo fivo per cent from 20 per cent. "STEAL-A-DEAL" DURING DUNLOP FORD'S Lei an easy guy from Dunlop Ford take you for a ride In one of our excil.ng 1972 models and (hen make you an offer you can't refuse, as we pass faclory volume discounts and hold- backs on to you. Now every 1972 in slock discounted by hund- reds of dollars. OVER 100 NEW and EXECUTIVE DRIVEN CARS ON SALE] door pillar hordlop. Green vjnyl roof and dark green metal it paint. Aulo., conditioning, twin comfort lounge seats, till wheel, linted glass, bumper deluxw whoel covers, -129 4V engine. Radio and ilerfio laps, power steering and power brakes, plus many oiher Ford Better Ideas. Our Stock No. 1791. Two-lone green, sporfi custom cob 390 motor, auto trans., P.S., P.B., H.D suspension, overload spring, 25 gal extra tank, 9.50 x 16.5 ipecial camp er tires. Regular Retail 6020.60. YOURS FOR 6 pass., yellow in color. 4QQ-2V V-8 engine, aulo. trans., power steering, Timed gloss, deluxe luggage rock, power brakes, radio, rear tires, H.D. suspension. Ready lo go. Our Slock No. 1992. Regular Retail 6259.40. YOURS FOR Reg. Retail YOURS FOR ONtY 400 2V engine, oulo. trans., P.S., P.B., H.D, suspension, tinted glass, yellow in color willi brown vinyl roof, radio, rear speakers and many olher Ford Belter Ideas. Our stlock No. 1951. Regular Rfttail 360 V-S, aulo Irons., P.S.., P.B., extra cooling package, sliding rear window, exlra fuel 1cnk, brown and while in color, our slock no. 175. Regular Retail YOURS FOR ONIY____ 400 2V V-8 engine, oulo. Irons., P.S., P.B., radio. Deluxe rock and many other Ford Bellcr Ideas. Regular Retail YOURS FOR ONLY Our Slock No. 1969 ALSO ON SALEI 65 A-l USED CARS! tjj 1 Brown wilh brown vinyl roof, fully equipped willi slereo. A-1 PASSENGER HOLIDAY VAN V-8, aulo., P.S., P.B., miles, real clean, A-l 4 DO AN V-8, oul ifj P.B., radio, G} VI DOOR SEDAN V-8, auto., P.S., radio, Jusl Inl A-l unit. f i DR. HARDTOP Gold in color, 351 V-8 engine, aulo. trans., P.S., low mileage, A-l DOOR 1200 cc., 4 speed, faslbock, Told in color. A-l DOOR RIDEAU V-8. auto., P.B, Special on this passenger, country squirt station wagon, white in color, VS. auto., P.S., P.B., radio, and slereo. This is a local owned, wall-cared for A-] unit. DR. HARDTOP, V-8, oulo, P.S., P.B., radio, yellow in colcr, a well cored lor A-l door, 4 cyl., 4 speed SPECIAL DR. HARDTOP, miles, fully equipped, factory air and sfereo, p. windows, split bench seal, over 57.100 3 ipied with radio, be-lance of factory worronty, A-l unit FARMERSI COMING IN SHORTLY FARMERS AND CONTRACTORS WS HAVE T ONLY i onrl while in color, 390 motor, aulo. Irons., P.S., P.B.. radio, miles, owners nomr nvnifoblr. A- 1 V-S, 3 speed euslorp camper, 700-15 tires, gold and while, miles, 15 IP. Mrrl md lioisr, low mileaae. n 1 long wheel boje, chossij and cab, V-8, 4 speed, duol rcor wheels, A.I unil. USE DUNLOP DOLLARS -ALL ARRANGEMENTS MADE HERE FOR ON-STOP SHOPPING OPEN HOURS: Weekdays 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CORNER M.M. DRIVE and 16th AVE, S. PHONE 328-8861 ;