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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16-THE LETHMIDQI HERALD WcdftMdty, OctobW 12-1401 Stereo Atfl< Compact System With Built-in Quatravox Realistic Modulette. The luxury of vibrant stereo within the reich of any budget! And the Quatravox circuitry makes it ob- solescence-proof) Just add a second pair of speakers to enjoy 4-channel from stereo sources. The sensitive tuneV provides excellent stereo FM and AM reception. Stereo hea'd- phones lack, built-in antennas, inputs for external FM aritehria. With 13' speaker'cables. 4 Optimus-2BF "T A95 Speaker T The enclosure looks great just the way it is or you can customize it by decor- ating the vinyl covering with patterns, painting it solid. The grille cloth can be replaced to match. 8" woofer, 3" tweet- er, high-frequency switch. '75 31-1981 Auto-Magic Tuner 19995 Realistic TM-1000. One of the world's most advanced tuners! Exclusive Auto-Magic is the simplest, most accurate tuning system we know of. The FM is superb- dual-gate FET front- end, three ceramic filters, 4 low-noise integrated circuits. Versatile Stereo _____1 Realistic SA-IOOO. Our rnoit; most yeiiatiie plifier ever! Full power butp'ut at any audible frequency assu- res solid bass without "boom" and crisp, transparent treble. Loudness provides rich, natu- ral-sounding bass even at low volume. We've Mote Our Most Popular Receiver Even Low-cost stereo never looked or sounded better) The amplifier delivers full power at any audible frequency for spec- tacular, room-filling sound from main and remote speakers. The STA-47 is also a feature-packed control center tape monitor, loudness, bass and-treble controls, stereo headphone jack. Qua- recovers "ambient" sound hidden in most stereo sour- ces and uses it to synthesize spacious 4-channel sound. '75 Music Country SptcticuUr 50-2034" Collectors' Set Either Set of 3 Portable Cassette Recorder with Radio 119" "Triplf-Pliy" music center couldn't be easier to use! Hear or AM and-at the same time record the program on a.cassette. Mike "live action" tapes with the sensitive built-in condenser mike. Auto-Level circuit assures perfect volume recordings every time and Auto- Stop preserves batteries, tapes and heads. .14-822 ,75 Now is the time to buy and en- joy these collectors' set LIGHT CONCERT FAVQrtl- TES, consisting of 3 full al- bums of immortal melodies by the world's best loved compo- sers Eke Tchaikovsky. Debussy. Puccini. Bizet and others. MU- SIC COUNTRY SPECTACU- LAR. three full albums fea- turing the great stars of coun- try music like Charlie Rich, Campbell, Anne Murray. Johnny Cash and many more. For 50-2035 U9M Concert Favorites n A fwvitiftw TAWnv CAYWtra nn At _ "High-Velocity" 49 IY-10 Headphones A new concept! Unique elec- tro-acoustical design and 2" dynamic elements assure full fidelity with dean, extended bass. The LV-10 vents the back of the earpieces without raising resonance or inhibiting trans- ient response. O1V1S1OH OF TAWOT CO. OF CAttKM UMITtO UNI DIVISION CO. OU CANADA IMMTEE 327-5th ST. SOUTH DOWNTOWN, LETHBRIDGE nun 328-9466. Own Ttan. lid Fri. tl 9 p.n. Calf slaughter A Curtis, Wis., farmer holds a gun to the head of one calf while a second man prepares to slit the throat of another animal, The calves were among an estimated 600 killed Tuesday at this centraj Wisconsin community in protest of low prices paid to beef farmers. The protest was called by the national Farmers Organization. Bodies of slain calves can be seen in the ditch at "right, Indian housing program 'short by 90 per cent' OTTAWA (CP) Govern- ment bousing programs for In- dians are able to supply far fewer houses than necessary to shelter the country's registered Indians; the Com- mons Indian affairs commitee was told Tuesday. Pierre Lesaux, assistant deputy minister lor the Indian affairs department, said 000 new houses for Indians are needed in the next five years. But only a tenth, or houses; -will be built in 1974. The Conservative Indian af- fairs critic, Flora MacDonald (Kingston and the described the figures as "shocking shattering." After the meeting, she said she had "no idea so little was being done." Mr. Lesaux said the de- partment is still -await- ing final approval by the National Indian Brother-hood for a new hous- ing program which will allow Indians to use Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. (CMHC) funds for house construction. In the meantime, the bulk of Indian housing is paid for through government grants of for each new house." Part of the department's reno- vating and repairing, older houses. Liberal Ian Watson (Lap- rairie) asked why there had bjsen more than a year's delay in implementing the new agreement with CMHC which would allow Indians the same access to housing funds available toother Canadians. Mr. Lesaux replied that the Indian brotherhood had only submitted its feelings on the program last summer, and that it would have presumptous for the depart- ment to go ahead without the brotherhood's approval! Later, he said the broth- erhood had asked for an out- right grant for the to million needed to supply In- dians with adequate shelter. But the government had taken the approach that In- dians should accept some of the responsibility in building and financing new houses in order to develop a "sense of pride of ownership." Mr. Watson said he did not want to attribute blame, but added that mere appears to be a lack of communications be- tween the department and the Indian brotherhood, the brotherhood is the official spokesman .for the country's registered Indians. Mr. Lesaux said the depart- ment's current housing pro- gram will never be able to match the need for'houses. "It's a fall-behind But the new joint CMHC-de- partment programs should be ready to recommend to cabinet soon. S. African UN ambassador credentials accepted UNITED NATIONS (Renter) United Nations Secretary General Kurt Waldheim accepted today the credentials of newly ap- pointed South African Am- bassador Roelof Botha, despite the General Assembly's Sept 30 rejection of all the white-ruled republic's delegates. There was no immediate of- ficial explanation of Waldheim's action. The South African delega- tion has neither voted nor tried to address the Assembly since-its credentials were refused because of South Africa's apartheid policy. Botha, 42, was appointed to the UN post prior to that Gov't oil export tax cut urged CALGARY (CP) The largest producer of heavy erode in Saskatchewan says the federal oil export tax most be reduced to a much lower level if heavy oil is to find a steady market at American refineries, Arnold Larson, senior vice president of Husky Oil in Calgary, said the high export tax on heavy erode production means that Americans are becoming more inclined to buy light and medium grades. decision: The Security Council is ex- pected to meet next week to consider a bid to suspend the South African delegation or expel it from the UN. It was not disclosed whether the secretary general had time to consult key members of the UN on his decision to accept Botha's credentials. But diplomatic sources said Waldheim might reasonably argue that South Africa remains a member state, en- titled to a permanent representative in New York. The sources also said Botha's appointment as South Africa's permanent UN representative is separate from his membership in that country's delegation to the General Assembly. Canada not told of India N-test plans OTTAWA (CP) The ex- ternal affairs department has not been informed of any plans for farmer nuclear test explosions by India. A spokesman said Tuesday the department therefore had no reaction to a recent pub- lished report of plans for a second test The report quoted official Indian sources as saying a parliamentary committee had been informed by Energy Minister K. G. Pant that further testing would be re- quired by India's nuclear scientists for research into peaceful uses of atomic energy. India's first 10- to-15 kiloton underground test on May angry reac- tion from Canada which bad supplied a reactor on condi- tion it be used strictly for peaceful uuipuines. India is suspected at having used plutonium produced by the reactor in its explosive device. Mr. Pant said timing of fu- ture blasts would be "en- tirely" op to India's nuclear scientists. Despite claims by Indian officials that nuclear knowledge would be used to further economic development, tbere was widespread belief after toe first blast that India had to be considered as at toast a poten- tial nuclear power. The first test gained India access to the noctear club pre- viously., limited to Britain, toe Soviet Union and the United States. TWO TOP CITIES Bolivia has two capitals, La Paz and Sucre. ;