Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Power's Duughler In, Film Debut ROME (AP) Taryn Power, the 17-year-old daughter of the late Power and actress Linda Christian, is going to make her movie debut. She .will star as St. Clare of Assisi, founder of the Poor Clares, in a film on the life of St. Francis of Assisi, called Brother Sun, Sister Moon. No Decision Yet On Dnig Issue OTTAWA (CP> The govern- ment has not yet decided whether to make marijuana possession an offence that would draw only a fine rather than a jail term, Health Minister John Munro said Wednesday in the Commons. He also said in reply to an- other question by Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield that his department hopes to introduce in the next few months an infor- mation program for drug users. 1971 DODGE DEMON Energy Policy Needed EDMONTON (CP) Canada needs a comprehensive energy policy to make sure that the mblic'gets the maximum ben- efit from any future sale of nat- ural resources, says Dr. W. D. lainer, an economist at the Uni- 'ersity of Alberta. He rejected a proposal that a 30-per-cent export tax be im- posed on the natural gas that is to be exported by four differ- ent firms in the next 15 to 20 years following a recent gov- ernment decision. "A contract was made and it is only fair to industry that you indicate in advance what the terms he said in an inter- view here. Dr. Gainer said that In fu- ture the National Energy Board "really ought to have more con- cern with the price paid and the uses to which it is put." He said gas is a premium en- ergy fuel and "we are selling off the source of energy that's Thursday, Oclokir I, THE LETHMIDOE HERALD Nixon Endorses Oceans Waste Proposals WASHINGTON (AP) Pres dent Nixon endorsed Wednesda recommendations from hi council on environmental qua ity urging strict regulation waste dumping in the oceans. Nixon sent the council's re port to the current Congres and said he would submit cific legislative proposals imple menting its plan to the nex Congress to be formed in the Nov. 3 elections. The council said ocean dump- ing is not a serious problem ye but it may become one quicklj unless action is taken to preven It recommended an outrigh ban on ocean dumping of mate- rials known to be harmful to the marine environment or to man and the phasing out of dumping of- potentially harmful materi als. Terror Grips Colony in greatest demand and that 'Other types of dumping might the moment is underpriced in I be permitted, the council said terms of its social cost." I under regulation. SIMPSONS-SEARS Springfield 67 Reg. 12 gauge pump action shot- gun with side ejection. Hand rubbed walnut stock and forend. Chamber- ed 22A" or Parker-Hale I IB Super Safari 30-06' or 308 calibre with 5 shot clip. Monte-Carlo chuckpiece, roll over Reg. stock, checkered stock and forend. HAMILTON, Bermuda (CP) Police, with leaves cancelled, kept careful watch on the streets of this British resort col- ony Wednesday following five nights of violence which so far has caused damage estimated at Since Friday night, roving gangs have covered wide areas of the 20-square-mile Atlantic r.esort throwing Molotov cock- tails. The wave of lawlessness, which has included arrests after running battle in the streets be- tween the 330-man police force and the roving thugs, has con- tinued since Friday night. On that night, hundreds of youths gathered in Hamilton and a police riot squad was called out to deal with them. It was then all police leave was cancelled in this island colony of people. Acting government leader of the United Bermuda party, Sir Edward Richards, appeared on television Monday night and radio and referred to outbreaks that have occurred sporadically over the past two weeks until Friday. He gave this warning: "All the forces of law and order have been mobilized to stamp out this evil and bring lo justice those responsible, and to these people, whoever they may be, I will say this: Make nil mistake, law and order in Ber- muda will he maintained." MIGHTY HOT The temperature of fluid lava may range from to degrees fahrenheit. "Charge 7t" Winchester 94 30-30 calibre lever action car- bine with 7 shot capacity. Hooded front sight and sport- ing rear sight. Walnut stock and forend. A DRYING RACK lets you dry'ilems that you don't wan) tumbled tennis shoes, bulky 'knit sweaters, wigs, teddy bears or even a soggy newspaper. Extremely practical with the "air" temp, setting. MANY OTHER UNIQUE FEATURES ALSO. ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION! EH ffl E3 E3 E3 E3 13 53 ITS E3 S3 E3 r SAVE AN EXTRA When you apply your VOUCHER GAS IS THE- CLEAN, EFFICIENT FUEL r, n r; en the purchase of your nature! gas dryer. Offer expires Nov. 14, 1970. Vouchers are being distributed by Canadian Western Nat- ural Cos Co. to their customers throughout q the area. Winchester Single Shot Sandhurst Sporting Rifle Down Filled Hunting Coat QO-99 %JC. Re8. Reg. Reg. fnd wi.h Monte Carlo stock and 'recoil Quilled nylon outershell with rubberized aom. hammer ochon. 12 aauge chambered lo pad. 5 shot capacity, drilled and topped for sids pocket ond podded action shoulders. S.M.L.XL. mount, North Pole Sleeping Bag J'99 Reg. Warntlll tcslcd lo 40 dearo 5 Ih. 100% walorfowl down and water rcpellanl twill ihcll Moulded Hunting Boots 1 Teleshop 3284611 for fast home delivery Store Hours; 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily; Thursday and Friday 'til 9 p.m. Centre Village 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N., Icthbridge 10" high pile insulated bool with clcalcd rubber ond heel, Slub arch form shank. Good jizs ronfle. 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