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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November 19, 1971 THE IEIHBRIDGE 15 Turner: don't blame Canada TORONTO (CP) Minister John Turner said m Thursday that any strain on I f jjpfw Canada's friendship with tile United Slates has been caused W Ja >y the Americans and not the K ederal government. r t "Your government is not r he told an Em- pire Club meeting here. "If you vcre to ask me, anti-American- f sin is bad politics in Canada." Those who accused the fed- J eral government of being anti- American backed up their claim 1L jy quoting Prime Minister Tru- deau out of context. LA Mr. Turner cited the 10-per- irji t cent surcharge on imports en- 90L tering the U.S. and the nuclear t test on Amchitka as strains on Canada-American 'These U.S. actions, taken to- JOHN gether with pending economic Blames jroposals before Congress, jrovoked a wide range of in any country that wants ,ion in Canada, from jobs for its to he Turner said most DID NOT RETALIATE Canada had responded to the surcharge by trying to analyse .he American predicament, trying to show the U.S. it was not contributing to its economic problems, and Sy avoiding measures. Mr. Trudeau "maintained his calm" and relied on a want to become more independent of tire U.S. A wise policy would insist upon a balance reconciling political sovereignty with economic stability. But there were limits to Canada's manoeuvrability in revising its economic position in North America. No country, mons' resolution calling on the U.S. to cancel the the U.S., was truly eco- m nomically independent. test. He had rejected unemployment rate able pressure to intervene totally unacceptable and sonally with President rapid growth of the "These are the facts and made it necessary end no support to an investment and an American Mr. of gross national of nine per cent over Broadening links with two to three and the Soviet Union was country's economy anti-American but only in that sense in the case of peace the gross national product the interest of trade. upon foreign trade Arctic waters wasn't of that was with can either. Canada had a he ,o protect its is difficult to And insisting upon a a trading partner rsther than a continental energy policy "is legitimate one conducts billion of mutual business Elk herd EDMONTON (CP) to the Clear Hills ports '.hat some elk are of Peace of starvation at Elk Wand Alberta Fish and1 ional Park have created said today the campaign to transport the dehorning, Blames and moving from 50 to 100 elk Mill total between and It has proposal to move some of the herd to Clear Hills, WINNIPEG (CP) north of the park, Manitoba Development after parks officials ation took control of all stores of King Choy Ready Foods was overgrazing in the limited park area, 16 miles ast August "after the tion had lent the firm federal parks department Industry and Ccmrr.erce said it will trap the ani- Leonard Evans said this winter but will not The firm, a Winnipeg for the cost of feeding, cer of frozen Chinese dehorning or trans- ceased production this them. after a bailiff's notice was fish and game associa- sued to recover are trying to raise the re- owing the owner of the pany's rented downtown Mr. Evans told a news conference bad management caused the company to fail and there were no suspicions GOLLeoe LAKE (CP) T died Wednesday when swept through their homes, the Forg Lake Indian re- 120 miles northeast of Wv arc Elaine, 3. Ruby. 2, Steven Cross, three weeks, of Mr. and Mrs said Mrs. Cross, a Sp worker for the Indian department, was visit- relatives when trra fire ifrSsk out. Mr. Cross, employed C a reserve housing project, at a siore in the nearby i of Hingsburg. ilfiSyMiiii provincial fire commis- office is investigating cause of the RONALD W. new Mr Gordon G. president of College (CP) Industry and Commerce Minister is pleased to announce Evans says a appointment of Ronald representative has Paulcnco to the position to Latin America to Night Service Manager. new markets to has over 10 years service lost in (he United perience and welcomes a result of the many friends and 10 per cent U.S. to stop in during our service shift which between 5 p.m. and Monday thru Friday. Ron PER CENT ticularly welcomes truck (CP) A fleet operators to visit British Columbia's night service department Indians shows save money on down per cent of Hum were last ALL ITEMS ON SALE SAT. NOV. 20th ONLY 25 STORES AND SERVICES FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE ALUMINUM DOOR In old fashioned fruit jar. Lime, liloc, carnation, rose. Reg. 3.50. SALE Sizes Reg. 29.99 SIMPSONS-SEARS 8.5-or. Reg. 1.89. SPECIAL SHOPPERS DRUG MART GOLDEN DOLPHIN BATH BOUTIQUE BLACK MAGIC CHOCOLATES SWIVEL MOULDED The perfect Christmas present. Red, gold, olive and black. Mb. Reg. 2.50. SPECIAL MACLEODS SIMPSONS-SEARS VILLAGE" SPRAY SACHET COCONUT COOKIES ,27 Long-lasting fragrance for linens, lingerie, luggage and closeti. Reg. 2.50. SALE..... GOLDEN DOLPHIN BATH BOUTIQUE "VILLAGE" FRUIT SOAPS Lemon, sage, bayberry, strawberry ,cinnamon. Reg. 4 for 1.00. SALE for GOLDEN DOLPHIN BATH BOUTIQUE 26-ei. Reg. 1.89. SPECIAL SHOPPERS DRUG MART GILLETTE FOAMY SHAVE CREAM WASH AND WEAR Regular 14.95 GOOD COLOR SELECTION 11 oz. Reg. 1.35. SPECIAL Choose from 4 mouth watering vanetiei SHOPPERS DRUG MART MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM SIMPSONS-SEARS WINCHESTER SUPER X SHOTGUN SHELLS ,09 BORN FREE SHAMPOO 15.5-oz. SPECIAL SHOPPERS DRUG MART POLYFOAM WEATHER STRIPPING 16-oz. SPECIAL SHOPPERS DRUG MART LADIES' "FURRY" SUPPERS .99 3 colors to choose from. S.M.I BATA SHOE STORE With crepe sole. Sizes 5-10 BATA SHOE STORE JUST ARRIVED FOR CHRISTMAS MAILING STORM WINDOW ,65 I? ,25 Available in 1, 2 and 3-lb. sizes. PRICED FROM B to LAURA SECORD Reg. 1.00 per pair. SALE KSSI toi BETTY SHOP frr IRSHEYETIES Little candy covered bits, WINNIE THE POOH Next Week At CENTRE VILLAGE Watch For Times Reg. 99c......................Ib. SIMPSONS-SEARS lined with fur pile. Sizes 6-12 BATA SHOE STORE 13th Street Mati that luts it ;