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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta g _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, Octobir I, 1970 .Sadat Named Neiv Arab President CAIRO (AP) The Egyp- tian National Assembly unani- mously nominated acting Pres- ident Anwar Sadat on Wednes- day to succeed the late Presi- dent Gamal Abdel Nasser for a full six-year term. Sadat's name will be pre- sented to the public in a yes- or no refer e n d u m Oct. 15. There will be no opponents, and a majority vote approving him is expected. CONSUMPTION HIGH The average Yugoslav family spent nearly twice as much on alcohol as food last year. 1971 PLYMOUTH DUSTER Record Low Readings Recorded EDMONTON Eecord ow temperatures for Oct. 7 were set in 13 Alberta centres as the mercury dropped as low as zero. Calgary reported a low of 15 LETHBRIDGE OVERTURE CONCERTS proudly presents 1970-71 SEASON IOWA STRING QUARTET The Superb Iowa String Quartet Thursday Oct. 15, 1970 THE CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY 'Orpheus in the Underworld' Friday In English, with full orchestra Nov. BECKETT and McDONALD acclaimed duo-pianists Saturday Jan. 16, 1971 TERESA STRATAS Canadian Prima-donna of The Metropolitan Opera Thursday Feb. 25, 1971 MEMBERSHIP SUBSCRIPTIONS ON SALE NOW! Votes Memorial Centre and Leister's Music Store or The Secretary, Jean Ringland. Apt. 2C 820, 15th St. 5. Lethbridge, Alta. ALL MEMBERSHIPS ONE PRICE: for the season Valid for concerts in other Overture Centres throughout Canada ALL CONCERTS AT THE YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE SEATING IS LIMITED. JOIN NOW! degrees, breaking the previoi record of 16 degrees for Oct. set in 1900. Edson reported zero degrees The previous record low was degrees set in 1957. Edmonton reported 13 d grees, three degrees below th record set in, 1927. Other record temperatures were: Grande Prairie 16, pr vious 19 in 1957; Fort McMur ray 16, previous 19 m 196 Peace River 17, previous 18 1961; Red Deer six, previous 11 in 1957; Medicine Hat 1 previous 18 in 1939; Pinche Creek seven, previous 14 1946; Coronation 12, previous 20 in 1959; Vermilion six, pre vious 18 in 1947; Lethbridge 1; previous 18 in 1925, and Ban 14, previous 16 in 1925. Commission Faces Loss OTTAWA (CP) The unem plbyment insurance commission vill probably have a deficit d >etween million and million next year, says the un- employment insurance advisor; committee. The committee, in a reppr ,abled in the Commons, his should not create a prob- em for the commission as th unemployment insurance fun lias a 'current balance of million. The commission had a surplus or 1S69 to 1970 of ?76 minion but this was less than the pre- dicted surplus of million The estimate was based ,o assumptions on unemploymen hat did not prove correct, th advisory committee said. Un employment had worsened" during the year. The advisory committee sail ts estimated deficit for the coming year is based on unem, doyment being between 5H per cent and per cent of thi abor force. The report was signed by ommittee chairman Anatole jesyk. Get a taste of the good times with Old Vienna Lively sip after sip. BREWED RIGHT HERE IN ALBERTA, O'KEEFE BREWING COMPANY LIMITED Canada Pleased With U.S. Ruling WASHINGTON (CP) The United States tariff commission reported yesterday that two controversial customs duty ex- emptions which benefit Cana- dian and other foreign manu- facturers should, in effect, be allowed to stand despite pro- tests from organized American labor and despite surging im- ports. The Canadian embassy here declined to comment officially on the report but an official de- scribed it as an "encouraging development in relations be- tween Canada and tne U.S. in the trade sector." However, a spokesman lor the powerful AFL-CIO, which has pressed for repeal of the exemp- tions said the labor organization will continue its fight in Con. gress, where it has found sup- port in the past from both la- bor-oriented and protectionist representatives and senators. Approximately million worth of goods entered the U.S. from Canada under the terms of the two exemptions in 1969, out of a total from all countries cf million. LARGEST EXPORTER Canada was the second larg- est exporter under the exemp. tions, after West Germany, but may have been the chief benefi- ciary since its exports generally contained larger proportions of exempt material than the Ger- man exports. The tariff commission's re- was made to President lixon. There was no immediate com- ment from either the tariff com. mission or the White House on what action, if any, the presi- dent now is likely to take. Of the two exemptions, the more important 'allows compo- lent parts made in the U.S. to le sent abroad for assembly or ncorporation into larger units, liese can be re-imported to the J.S. without customs charges m the U.S.-made portion. The :otal value of imports under this >ection in 1969 was mil. lion. For Canada, this exemption involves snch items .as in- lustrial tractors, civilian air- raft, air conditioners, office machines and a wide range of other goods valued in 1969 at million, on which million in duty was saved. The second exemption covers articles made from base metals which are partially procesed Lion Numbers Fall MORGES, Switzerland (Reu- ters) The number of Asiatic lions living in the wild fell last year to 150 from 175 in the for- est of Gir in the Indian state of Gujarat, their only habitat, the World Wildlife Fund said here. outside the U.S. and returned here for further processing. Of a total of million in imports from all countries under this section last year, Canada accounted for' half, or million, of. which million was duty free: Canada's share involved mainly transportation equipment, industrial machin- ery and processed aluminum. The-commlssion's report said repeal of the exemptions would affect adversely the ,S. balance of trade by reduc- ing exports of material for proc- essing. It also said It would be un- likely that more jobs would be created in the U.S., and that such action would likely result in increased imports, since ex- empted goods would probably be replaced by goods mado wholly abroad. NIXON GIVES DINNER WASHINGTON (Rsuters) President Nixon will address the United Nations General As- sembly Oct. 23 and give a din- ner at the White House the fol- lowing day for world leaden attending the UN 25th anniver- sary celebrations, the House announced here. CHOOSE FROM OUR WIDE SRECTION OF SNOW BOOTS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Don't be caught napping. Get your boots now before winter sell In. LADIES': HIGH CUTS TO THE KNEE LOW CUTS-ANKLE HEIGHT WATERPROOF VINYLS MEN'S WINTER BOOTS ANKLE HEIGHT BOOTS WARMLY LINED WITH ORLON PILE SNOWMOBILE BOOTS CHILDREN'S BOOTS FOR THE Waterproof vinyls and leathers for thg ul- WHOLJE FAMILY timate in warmth and comfort. YOU'LL FIND THEM ALL AT GREEN'S SHOES on SIXTH STREET S. RBORITEF. JDECORATIVE LAMINATES n l.8'd mot What's been stopping youf 1 Just because laminates look like a million, doesn't mean they're priced that way. You can re-do an entire room-and it'll be well within your budget! think of it In the bathroom, on vanity tops and doors. On-desk and bureau tops in the kids' room. Table and counter tops in the laundry room. In the kitchen...or on any surface in any room of the home for that matter. Then go right ahead and do it. The cost of materials for an entire room is surprisingly low-and well within your budget! WBORITE is a reo'd trads mart! Ativanco Lumber Co. Lid. Bird Building Supplies Crostllne Builder Market Hi. LEALTA Building Suppllei Why not see your dealer today? He'll show the Moulded Counter- topsi the Cabinet Laminate, standard grade. Edge Trim and Con- tact Cement How it works. And supply you with a handy "How to Apply" folder. find them along with all the other fine ARBORITE deco- rative laminate products on dis- play at the following dealers; symbol ontho tackd Northern Asbostoi Dulldlno Supplies Ltd. Bpnvor Lumber Co. Ltd. [All Branches) BavolstoKs Building Materials Ltd, North Amorlcon Lumber Ltd. (All Branches) Federated Co-op (All Branches) Crown Lumber Co, I td. (All Crunches) .every parieU ;