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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta V'idn.iday, November 13, tHI IfTHMIDGI HHALD Peaceful solution for Mid-East aim HALIFAX (CP) A former Israeli fighter pilot, a Toronto consulting engineer and a freighter are to be used in an attempt to find a peaceful solu- tion to the conflict in the Middle East. Ken Davis, the Toronto con- sulting engineer, was here Mon- day. He described efforts to turn a Dutch freighter into a transmitting and receiving sta- tion to broadcast the basic truths of the position of all sides In the dispute. Paper firms win BOSTON (AP) A legal ef- fort by the United States postal service to put four Boston-area term-paper firms out of busi- ness has failed. U.S. District Judge Frank J. Murray denied a motion Mon- day by assistant U.S. Attorney Frederic Kellog, representing the postal service, requesting a court order to halt delivery of the firms' mail. The court said sale of term papers "is indeed a shabby business" but the government chose the wrong way to try to stop it. Had the government used a criminal statute and prosecuted the companies for "having, de- vised any scheme or arti- fice to defraud." the case might have ended differently, he said. Defendants were Champion Term Papers, Term Papers Un- limited and Academic Research Group, all of Boston, and Inter- national Term Papers, Inc., of Waltham. To gather evidence for the federal government's ease, postal Inspectors posed as Northeastern, Boston University and Boston College students, applied to the four firms for term papers and had the papers mailed to them. Monetary crisis is not threat MONTREAL (CP) Mone- tary crises will never threaten the non-Communist world if a balanced international mone- tary system is made to work successfully, the executive vice- president of the Mutual Life As- surance Co. of Canada said Monday. J. H. Panabaker, in a speech to the Canadian Club of Mon- treal on behalf of the Canadian Life Insurance Association, said that "we are headed into an era in which no one kind of cur- rency will be dominant in the world, and that is a construc- tive step." The western nations are "moving painfully toward mon- etary maturity" now that the world has. lost "its security American dollar." The western nations "will have to learn to work together and can no longer depend on the United States to see that ev- erything turns out all right." He said he was confident western nations will leani to live with this new responsibility and will not regress into child- ish tantrums and disastrous trade wars. Canadians were particularly concerned when the American dollar's problems became too serious to be ignored in 1971 be- cause the Canadian dollar ap- preciated rapidly, Mr. Pau- abaker said. "Since more than two-thirds of our exports go to the U.S., and since many of our domestic industries are subject to in- creased foreign competition when the U.S. dollar sags, this is a matter of fundamental im- portance to our economy. "We are more dependent on exports than any other major western industrial power, so we have a lot to lose when inter- national monetary arrange- ments become unstuck." The prime mover of the proj- ect is Abie Nathan, 43, a former fighter pilot who sold his hol- Ings in Tel Aviv to raise 000 for the project. Mr. Nathan will be a constant participant aboard the 75 ton freighter, do- nated by people of the Nether- lands. Mr. Davis said it is hoped the ship will be on station in waters in the East area before Christmas this year. The vessel is currently being prepared in New York. In an interview, Mr. Davis said the peace ship will monitor broadcasts from both sides on a 24-hour-a-day basis, retrans- mitting news reports to all people within the ship's range. It has a broad-cast- ing set. This will let everyone know what both sides are saying, he said, not just what the various partisan governments want the people to hear. Mr. Davis said newscasts now heard from both sides are dis- torted versions of the truth. The broadcasts will be in Hebrew, Arabic, French and English and aimed at reaching about 30 million of the people in Israel and Arab countries. Christmas tinsel in U.S. ousted WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. Food and Drug Adminis- tration says that "not a single strand" of lead Christmas tree tinsel should be found on U.S. store shelves this Yule season. "It's gone. We have assur- ances that not one ounce will be sold this said Malcolm Jensen, director of FDA's bu- reau of product safety. Last Christmas the agency was accused of agreeing se- cretly with several lead tinsel manufacturers not to publicize an understanding that produc- tion would stop Jan. 1, 1972, but sales couid continue through the 1972 Christmas season. Jensen denies it. "There was never any effort to hide he said in an Inter- view. After the charges of secret- dealing surfaced, Jensen said: "We got back to the industry and said, 'You haven't got a saleable product anymore. You might as well get out of the lead At the same time, he said, the FDA asked customs agents to freeze any lead tinsel imports. The FDA campaign is based on persuasion of manufacturers and importers following a con- clusion by FDA in August 1971 that lead tinsel was an unneces- sary risk to children with symp- toms of lead poisoning. Plant inspections have shown that no lead tinsel is being made in the United States, Jen- sen said, and customs officials have not reported any foreign products arriving. Controlling interest purchased EDMONTON (CP) -Great West Steel Industries Ltd. of Vancouver has acquired 60 per cent of the outstanding shares of International Brick and Tile Ltd. of Edmonton, it was an- nounced today. The interest, totalling about J1.2 million, will be used to en- large the firm's brick manufac- turing plant at Wabamun, Alta., and to develop facilities for the manufacture of tile. Great Weft purchased the controlling interest from Gene rochet, one of the founders of the firm. To close mine VANCOUVER (CP) The j Coast Copper Co. Mine, man- aged by Cominco Ltd., at the north end of Vancouver Island is to be closed down at the end of November, Coast Copper President J. H. Sailer said today. Mr. Ralter said operating losses at the mine in recent months caused the shutdown. The company recently reported a loss of in the first nine months of 1972. Dream shattered MIAMI (AP) For the last six months, John Roomy has spent all his spare time work- ing on a ninc-ycnr-old now home for his wife and two smnll sons. The dream was shattered during tho weekend when someone driving n bulldozer smashed repeatedly inln the partially constructed Ihrce- bcdroom house, ripping up large sections of foundation, floor and plumbing. "I feel as if somebody close to me had said Mrs. Roonoy, surveying the wreck- age of the house that her 29- year-old iron worker husband "liad hoped for and worked fui so very long." Pre-Christmas Bargains! CART AWAY THE BARGAINS COFFEE Edwards Regular, Fine or Eiec. 94% QQ Perc. Grind Vne Pok V 2 Ib. tin ea. GENUINE JAPANESE Taste Tells Taiwan Choice Sliced, Whole, Buttons E 10 fl. oz. lin MB for Town House Sweetened M ............48 fl. 01. lin BBi for JUICE 0TEA BAGS AFRESH BREAD BUTTER CHEEZ WHIZ WHITE FLOUR 20 1 Canterbury Orange Pekoe 125 bag 16 oz. net wt. pkg................. ea. POLLY ANN White or Brown Sliced 20 01. net wt. loaf Lueerna Canada First Grade MANDARINS Taste Ticklers from Japan Get Yours at Safeway! Kraft Processed..........32 ez. net wt. jar g or ,29 Match Fresh Emperors or Ribiers Brocade 3 Colors 600 1 ply 4r0llpk9......................e ,U 31 .00 TRY A LITTLE TENDERNE ROAST Thick Rib Icon, Easy to Carve Canada Grade A Beef Frozen Hem and Tomt Young Canada Grade Utility 10-20 Ib. avge.....Ib. BACON Campfire Slice it yourself and lave BUTT BANANAS Beit Quality Ctolden Yellow Fresh Pork Roast.................................................. Ib. Don't Miss These Safeway Specials Fresh Yogurt Lucerne Assorted Flavours 16-Gi. net wf. ctn....... Dotato Salad Lucerne Fresh 16-cz. net wt. cln. Sweets to give...to enjoy at home Marmalade Empresi Seville Oi G.l.O.......... Soy Bean Oil Crisco Cake Mixes Duncan 13 flavours Puddings Empresi Seville or G.l.O................. 24 fl. 01. tin Crisco 38-fl. 01. btlt. Duncan m 13 flavours 19-oi. net wt. pkg. 'Or Moirs.Pot '0 Gold 1 Ib. box........................ea. I 0 0CHERRIES 2 DIES PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge Nov. 15-18 We Reserve The Right To limit Quantities. Dog Food Qri Dr. Ballardl Beef or Wt liver...... 15-01. net wt. tin W for W Detergent 071 Robin Hood parfait 4 Flavours 5'-Voi. net wt. pkff. Lowneys 14 01. net wt. box.......................... fa. Ultra Fine Yuletide Assorted 16 oz. net wt. bag..............................ea. SAFEWA 49 lux liquid. 32.fl. 01. O COPYRIGHT 1960. CANADA SAFEWAY ;