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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tliunday, Novembir 11, 1971 THE LETHBRIDOI HERALD 5 Socreds will take stock of themselves HAJillV STROM Post at stake Blamed for 3 killings COVns'GTOX, Ky. (AP) United Stales authorities are trying to extradite a 40-year-old man being held in Nova Scotia on two Canadian murder charges to face a third murder charge in I ho slaving here last month of a retired Oneonta, N.Y., college administrator, the Kenton County prosecutor said Tuesday. Prosecutor John J. O'Hara said extradition processes are being pursued through the U.S. state department in an effort to return James Harris here, where he faces a capital charge of wilful murder in the heating death of Harold Bninc, 69. for- mer associate director of ad- missions at I-Iartwid: College. A Kcnton County judge signed a warrant N'ov. 5 charging Har- ris with Baine's death. Harris was arrested the same clay near Halifax, on a non-capital mur- der charge in a Calgary, Alia., slaying. He later was charged in a Truro. N.S.. death and has since been held by Canadian au- thorities there. Bainc died of hemorrhages from cerebral contusions, O'Hara said. Ill's body was found in a mofcl room. O'Hara declined to speculate on a possi- ble motive and also would not disclose where the alleged mur- der found. EDMONTON (CP) -The first meeting of the Alberta So cial Credit party since it lost power in the Aug. 30 provin- cial election will be a confer- ence of appraisal, party leader Harry Strom said Wednesday "We'll be assessing our posi- tion, reviewing our policies and determining whether these policies are the kind we want for the Uie opposition leader told a news conference, his first in the legislature build- ing since the upset by Peter Lougheed's Progressive Conser- vatives. "It's very important to us because this year we're no longer Uie government." He said his position as Social Credit leader would be up for review at the conference Fri- day and Saturday Nov. 19-20, in Calgary but this did not mean necessarily that he would he replaced. Tile conference will be preceded by a caucus meet- ing. "The leadership is under re- view at every convention. The leadership position is cither confirmed or rejected and if rejected, a leadership con- vention must be called." cnrncizEs TORIES He criticized Uie Conserva- tives for failing to implement some programs promised dur- in the election campaign. It is now very evident that Uie Conservatives don't intend to change Social Credit policies set a while he said. The province's economic situ- ation "is no better cent reports showed unemploy- ment on the Prairies has in- creased "seriously." "I don't see anything positive coming out that indicates they (the government) hove any solution to the problem." Mr. Strom said Premier Lougheed's announcement IJiat he he intends to increase petro- leum royalties could be a de- terrent to further oil industry investment in Alberta. "Even if the royalties were to be doubled" it would not cover costs in many expanding programs "and it would drive tlie oil industry out." The answer, he said, i? to es- tablish spending ticularly in education, health and social development. Still on energy resources, he said a proposed provincial of- fice in Washington to keep tabs on oil markets would be a bad move by the Conservative gov- ernment. Lougheed was likened to child who says "if you don't play marbles my way then I'll take my marbles and go home'' because of his apparent unwill- ingness to co-operate with the federal government. "It's not a good said Mr. Strom, pointing out that his government always had had a policy of consulting Ot- tawa on such matters as cn- ergv resources. ANYTHING BUT DEAD Commenting on a statement by Grant Notley, leader of the provincial New Democratic Party and its only elected mem- ber, that I hi! Social Credit party is "dead in the oppo- sition leader laughed. "We are alive and he said, adding that the Social Credit party had dropped only marginally in the popular vote in the Aug. 30 election while the KDP, despite gaming a seal in the legislature, rnd j dropped "considerably" in the popular vote. "We are still kicking and we are still going to lie around. I'm afraid that they're not in a position to get very far or to talk about another party." Bankruptcy decision ited awai .WINNIPEG (CP) A bank- ruptcy hearing against Church- ill Forest Industries (Mani- toba) Ltd. ended here with Mr. Justice Israel Nitikman of Court of Queen's Bench reserv- ing decision on petitions filed by fliree firms. i 'Mr. Justice Nitikman did not specify when he would an- nounce his decision. The three firms are attempt- ing to hare CF1. original own- ers of a multi-million-dollar pulp mill at The Pas, Man., de- clared bankrupt in order to re- cover money they claim is owed them. Dominion Catering Co. LM. claims CFI owes it Metropolitan Investigation and Security (Canada) Ltd. is 1 a im i n g S26.218 and Pile j Foundations Ltd. is seeking r I CFI and three other firms in j an integrated forestry develop- ment were placed in receiver- ship last January on an order from the provincial govern- ment which claims the firms defaulted on aspects of a loan agreement. The development was built with about million in loans from the Manitoba Develop- ment Fund, a provincial indus- trial development agency. CFI is fighting the bank-! ruptcy petitions on grounds it is a solvent company but is un- able to pay its debts because of the receivership action. Make it a MERRY CHRISTMAS all through the house this year (Including the kitchq i) With a fine, automatic WESTINGHOUSE DISHWASHER let us give you n FREE HOME TRIAL and DEMONSTRATION -by our fully qualified reprcsen- MACDONALD No obligation tu bi hat-so-ever. Just c< Pc.y cis Little os 1 0 Per Month Westinghouse PROVIDES 1 YEAR UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEEI 326 5lh Street South Phone 327-8578 Save hundreds during Dunlop Ford's PRICE FREEZE! FACTORY VOLUME PURCHASE SALE! Because of Hie temporary "Price Freeze" on 1972 models, we have made a large factory volume purchase so that we may guarantee our customers the best possible price on a new car; we now have a two month supply of 1972's which are all being sold at price freeze prices, regardless of government policies. 1972 PINTO 1600 cc Engine 4 speed floor shifl Bucket seats Whitewall Block heater Wheel covers 1972 MAVERICKS 2-Doot 6 cylinder Standard Irons. H.D. Battery W.W. tires Wheel covers 2-aoor hardtop sports root equipped with 351 2V V8, oulo. trans., bucket sects, floor shift, bright lime in color, and many mere Ford Better Ideas. THESE LEFT OVER 1971'S SELLING AT FANTASTIC SAVINGS! 1971 CUSTOM 500 1971 GALAXIE 500 1971 TORINO 2-DR. HDTOP. DEMO 2-DR. HDTOP DEMO This unit has very low mileage. While and green in color. Equipped with 351 V8 enainp, outo. trans., P.S., P.B., rodio, W. mony other Ford better ideas. Now Med. blue metallic with o dork blue vinyl roof. 351 Vg, auto, trans., pwr. Mrg., pwr. disc brakes, radio. o. Med. blu WW tires, wheel covers. A NOW AS LOW AS 1971 MUSTANG 1971 LTD BROUGHAM 2 ONLY! 1971 CUSTOM 500 4-DR. HDTOP. 429 2V, aulo. trans., pwr. strg., pwr. brakes vinyl roof, lite gold in color, pwr. windows power split bench sea's. Stereo, automatic air 2-DOOR HARDTOPS Dcmoy.) fully equlped, V-B, oulo., F.' Low mileage demo. AS LOW AS YOUR CHOICE, EACH 1971 LTD COUNTRY SQUIRE 1971 TORINO 1971 GALAXIE 500 10 PASSENGER Will, air conditioning, ennlnr. cuto., P.S., P.B., radio, dual reor sneok. deluxe roof rxjck, only miks and ex metallic with wood panelling, deluxe knitted vinyl scats. AS LOW AS ONLY 2-DOOR HARDTOP (DEMO.) Dark blue with blue vinyl roof, outp P.5., P.B., W.W. tires, wheel covers, radio and stereo equipped. Only miles. 2-DOOR HARDTOP Dork Ivy green in color with white roof, V-5 engine, aulo., W.W. tires, wheel covers, block heater. No miles on this one. 1971 LTD 2-DOOR HARDTOP light blu equipped v.-ifh air rondilioniny. Thi-v ii mileage unil and ii our manoaoj s demonstrator. 1971 GALAXIE 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP aulo., P.S., P.B., rodio Our body shoo agci's car. A real low mileage unil, clea OPEN HOURS: a.m. to p.m. Weekdays THIS IS FORD COUNTRY CORNER MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE. 16lh AVENUE SOUTH WHAT DO YOU DRIVE? ;