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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Oclober SO, 197T- German troops may train in Canada EDMONTON (CP) Eifiht t ficiuls were being held on the West German officials have ar-1 possibility of reaching an rived in Canada to study the; agreement similar to the one possibility of using traminR fa-1 signed recently with Britain. dlities in various'parts of the! The defence white paper re- country for the West German army, the Canadian Forces an- nounced here. A Canadian Forces spokes- man said discussions between the Germans and Canadian of- leased in August said Canada could make additional contribu- tions to the effectiveness of NATO by providing training fa- cilities. The spokesman said the West .HpUSE OLD FASHIONED DAYS at College Mall MATTEL HOT WHEELS Sets and Accessories OFF Old Fashioned Price YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR Glidden Paints and Accessories Large selection of wall coverings Crafts and Hobbies Models of all kinds ROLLING STOCK HO and N Gauge OFF .HOUSE OF German group is examining the feasibility of German train- ing in Canada. A decision was not expected for several months. The group was in Ottawa Tuesday and was scheduled to visit Shilo, Man. Wednesday and Calgary and Suffield, Alia., Friday. It is lo return to Ot- tawa Oct. 211 for further discus- sions before departing for Ger- many Oct. 30. The large Canadian Forces training grounds at Suffield in southeastern Alberta are to be used next year by British soldiers on training exercises. Conservationists have pro- tested tlie training plans, say- ing that the proposed exor- cises will cause irreparable damage lo the delicate grass- lands of the area; FEWER GLACIERS The total number of glaciers on the Hardanger plateau of Norway has been reduced to 15 from 22 since 1936. COPP THE SHOE MAN Old Fashioned Days Sale ONE RACK Women's Shoes Reg. to 16.98 Old Fashioned Days Special TABLE OF Children's Shoes All styles. Broken lines. Reg. to 4.99 Old Fashioned QQ Days Special COPP THE SHOE MAN COLLEGE MALL 328-1567 Space money arguments RED DEER (CP) Finan- cial arguments against space exploration are misleading and unnecessary, says Sir Bernard Lovcll, director of Jodrcll Banb Observatory in England. Sir Bernard made the state- ments -in a news conference here. The maximum Budget spent by the United States on space exploration has never reached billion a year even at the height of the moon exploration program, he said. It amounts to less than one per cent of that countries gross national prod- uct or less Uian the total spent by Americans on drinking, smoking and cosmetics. He disagreed with those who say UK money spent on space Sherwood Park man crushed SHERWOOD PARK (CP) Ronald Fleming. 211, of Sher- wood Park, an Edmonton sub- urb, was crashed to death when an earth-mover he was opera- ting overturned. misleading exploration would be better spent lo ease poverty. Tho question ot whether the nations of the world should pur- sue a space program is not really connected to financial poverty, but is determined by the will of the people, he said. If people want money spent on aggression or pleasure, they have chosen the road leading to the decay of civilization. COLD PERIOD Most colds occur between Oc- tober and May. Special hop pa for GIFTS GIFT WRAPPING CARDS FOR ANY SPECIAL OCCASION UNUSUAL AND NOVELTY GIFT IDEAS Now is the time to mail overseas sur- face mail for Christmas arrival. When you care enough lo send the very best Coutts Hallmark cards from in College Mall 'loppe 328-7522 Calgary man given lor injuries CALGARY (CP) Edward C. Limoges, 40. of Calgary has been awarded by tho Alberta Crimes Compensation Board. Tho man was injured in a family dispute Feb. 12 and the money was granted to sate for lost wages. Spic Span Dry Cleaners your headquarters for GUARANTEED Suede and Leather Cleaning and Refinish- ing. Guaranteed Process Try your luck pan for prizes during Old Fashioned Days at College Mall. SPIC SPAN Dry Cleaners 2 LOCATIONS COLLEGE MALL Phone 328-8211 327-6986 327-8116 COLLEGE MALL ORIGINAL 2025 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE LETHBRIDGE See 3 BIC DAYS OCTOBER 21-22-23 Old Time Dancing in the Mall Thursday 7-8 p.m. Friday 7-8 p.m. Saturday 3-4 p.m. OVER 1000 Staffs Dressed in Old Fashioned Clothes PAN for PRIZES All you need is proof of purchase from any mall merchant Antiques Altamount Museum COUTTS Displayed in the Mall Children must be accompanied by an Adult Scene Sports College Mall Cafeteria Hay Agencies ltd. E. P. Figure Control Centre College Cinema Spic and Span Dry Cleaners Design Lighting Studio Lee and Yee Green Grocer Marguerite Jewellery Merle Norman Cosmetic Boutique Woolco L-Mart Singer Sewing Centre Hollinsworth Copp the Shoe Man Reitmans The Betty Shop The Sewing Basket Parsons Hardware Special Occasion Shop Lethbridge House of Color Acme TV Toronto-Dominion Bank Tamblyn Drugs Schwartz Agencies Ltd. The Shake House House of Beauty Sweet 16 Juniors Agnew Surpass Shoes Canadian Acceptance Corp. J and L Grocery Enso's Barber Salon Kollege Koin Laundry Orange Julius ;