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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 - THE IETHBR1CGE HERALD - Saturday, October 3, 1970 SHOULD KNOW SUBJECT - Ernest Manning, who retired as Alberta premier in 1968 after 25 years, lectures to a class at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. He is serving as a part-time lecturer in the political science deaprtment. Hong Kong's Face Changes SHOE REPAIR Fast dependable service at reasonable prices . . Also repair and replace all types of zippers . .. Repairs to all leather goods MIKE'S SHOE REPAIR 1021 3rd Ave. S. (Next to Lethbridge Locker and Seafoods) HONG KONG (AP) -They're moving mountains in Hong Kong, and throwing them into the harbor. Jagged peaks are blasted down to base level or hewn into terraces. Millions of tons of rock and earth are dumped at the water's edge. The blasting produces flattened spaces, suitable for all kinds of development, where previously the rugged terrain was useless. Some of the most valuable real estate in the world is thus created. A prime newly-made waterfront site was auc- BE IN BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF Career opportunity as representative for one of Canada's most progressive life insurance companies. The man we seek Is probably married and doing well at his present job, yet is somewhat impatient with his progress. While applicant need not have life Insurance experience he will need ambition, determination and the desire to serve others as well as himself. Previous sales experience helpful. To this man we offer a permanent position, unlimited earning potential and the Independence of his own business. Company training plus qualified referred leads system. Opportunity to move into management as soon as qualified. Stock option plan available to all representatives. Send resume to BOX 97, LETHBRIDGE HERALD S61 At the International of Calgary if we weren't a hotel we could be your OWn Office (or your home) For about the same price you pay for a room at other fine hotels, you get a one or two bedroom suite at The International. So you've got an extra room that can be an office by day (we'll provide the secretary if you need one)... a luxurious living room by night. What's more? The International has tl intimate gourmet restat rants with exquisite Italian, French and Canadian cuisine. Plus full health club facilitic . And a fully equipped boardroom. Other features: color televisio i -Living Room cocktail lounge-piano bar-roofdeck gardens -penthouse suites. tm * *( Mi 1 J* i *2s&, the international *r oFcaLqaRy ?.:.0-4rn AVFNtT. SOUTH WEST. CALGARY. Ht f-ci ..uio,,.,, c.i .1 zt'j-loco. Ttltx CUH47I0 Stnifor our[rtc color brci'r.urt. tioned for $800 a square foot last June. In New York City, prirne real estate, including waterfront property, now costs $200 a square foot. All this is changing the face of Hong Kong. The island part of the colony used to plunge straight down from the peak. Now a shelf of reclaimed ground juts into the harbor. On it is built the major part of the downtown area. The Suzie Wong bars and tailors' shops of Wan-chai are on reclaimed land. The famous Kaitak Airport, with its runway stretching like a tongue Wi miles into the harbor, is all reclaimed. Virtually the '^ngth of the waterfront has been reclaimed. In some cases the reclamation is only a few feJ; wide, in others it is almost a mile across. With Communist China on one side and the South China Sea on the other, Hong Kong doesn't have much elbow room. Areas reclaimed along the waterfront have produced slightly more than five square miles of land with the advantage of harbor frontage. File Appeals At Calgary CALGARY (CP) - Notices of appeal were filed here by two of 13 men convicted of noncapital murder and sentenced last week to life imprisonment. Ronald Lambert Emkeit, 24, and his brother Lou Irwin Emkeit, 20, both of Calgary, filed the notices in Alberta Supreme Court. The other 11 are also expected to appeal. The men, most of them members of the Grim Reapers Motorcycle Club, were convicted recently after a five-day trial. They were charged in the beating death March 7 of Ronald George Hartley, 23, the president of a rival motorcycle club. Olson Faces Fight By VICTOR MACKIE Herald's Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA - Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson is facing the fight of his career as minister if he persists in trying to get the present bill to set up national agriculture marketing boards passed in the upcoming new session of parliament, Opposition members said Saturday. The controversial bill has heen before the Commons agriculture committee where Manitoba's a g r i c u 1 ture minister Samuel Uskiw appeared this past week. While agreeing with the principle of the legislation Manitoba disagreed with several of its details. Other submissions have been heard by the committee from such organizations as the Canadian Cattlemen's Association, the National Farmers' Union and the Canadian Federation of Agriculture, objecting to many provisions of the proposed legislation. BAD LEGISLATION The measure provides a "perfect example of the value of a strong opposition preventing the enactment in a hurry of bad legislation", Gerald W. Baldwin (PC - Peace River) C o n s e r v ative House Leader said in an interview. He said flatly that government house leader Allan Mac-Eachen's simple plan for getting on with the consideration of the farm bill will not work. Mr. MacEachen as the government newly appointed house leader had quickly realized there was no hope of getting the controversial bill (C-197) passed in the tlmee days left next week of the second session of this parliament. A bill not passed dies on the order paper. The bill that has stirred up a storm in agricultural circles will be re-introduced into the new session scheduled to open on Thursday, Oct. 8. Mr. MacEachen has assumed that there will not be much difficulty in getting the bill past first and second reading in the house. Jumbo Jets Findings Disputed WASHINGTON (AP) - The Federal Aviation Administration today disputed findings by the National Transportation Safety Board that engines of the 747 jumbo jets are operating at near-critical temperatures. Richard S. Sliff, deputy director of the FAA's flight standards service, said "none of the engine failures which occurred so far on the 747s resulted in conditions anyone felt was anything near critical." The safety board urged the FAA Thursday to take quick steps to avoid "potentially catastrophic results." Sliff countered that the 747s are designed "to protect against anything catastrophic occurring." "It is not unusual to have engines shut down in flight and this plane is designed to accommodate these failures safely," he told a news conference. Several weeks ago the FAA quietly ordered airlines to inspect the engines of all 747s because of similar engine failures and fires during two flights. 1W00D Manufactured Homes advertisement which appeared Wednesday, Sept. 3 which read: Basic Home Package includes all installation, dry-wall, doors, windows, cupboards, corlon and paints. SHOULD HAVE READ: Basic Home Package includes all insulation, Drywall, doors, windows; cupboards, corlon and paints WE GUARANTEE TO SAVE YOU MONEY WRITE OR PHONE Rollie Jalbert Rosewood 1632 Mayor Magrath Dr. Box 763" Lethbridge Ph. 328-9333 327-7566 Res. 328-7546 OR P.O. 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