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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, October 22, 1970 Orr Gave No Authorization BOSTON (AP) Hockey star Bobby Orr of Boston Bruins says his picture is used on polit- ical literature for Louise Day Hicks, candidate for the House of Representatives in the Mas- sachusetts 9th District, without his authorization. "I have no political associa- tion with Mrs. Orr said Tuesday. Orr's lawyer, J. Alan Eagles- ton of Toronto, charged Mrs. Hicks with "trying to pass off a connection between Bobby and her only because he is the most famous of the Bruins." Eagleston said the unauthor- ized use of the star defence- man's picture was "just bad manners." A picture of Mrs. Hicks, 52, with OIT appears on the back cover of a 4-by-2V4-inch Brains schedule .which she and, her workers have been distributing at campaign appearances. CALL HIJACK PARLEY .BRUSSELS (AP) The United States announced recent- ly it is calling an international conference in Washington at the end of November on ways to combat air hijacking. The an- nouncement was made to a meeting of the North Atlantic Council. WHEAT PRODUCTION DOWN BY HALF The Domin- ion Bureau of Statistics reports the Canadian wheat crop for 1970 is 52 per cent less than last year's crop. The bureau said the wheat crop on the Prairies is about 311 million bushels, compared with 665 million bushels last year. The low wheat crop is'a result of the federal government's program encouraging farmers to grow less wheat this year. Dust Blown Off War Laws LONDON (Rcuter) Invok- ing of the War Measures Act in Canada has caused many other democracies to blow the dust off their .own laws directed against subversion. West Germany passed emer- gency laws as recently as June, 1968, to give the government sweeping powers in the event of external aggression or internal tension. These laws provide for the Bonn government to take over the Western allies' rights to tap telephones and open mail. Freedom of movement can be restricted, all men over 18 can be conscripted into the armed forces or civilian services, and soldiers may be used to rein- force the police. France has several proce- dures available for invoking special powers. The best-known of these, Article 16 of the 1958 constitution introduced by Gen- eral de Gaulle, gives the presi- dent broad discretionary powers to "take the measures dictated by the circumstances" in a cri- sis. Finance Firms Figure In Deal NEW YORK (CP) C.I.T. Financial Corp. and General Ac- ceptance Corp. announced here an agreement in principle un- der which C.I.T. would acquire for cash all the personal loan operations of General Accep- tance in Canada and Puerto Rico. The transaction is subject to approval of government regula- tory agencies in both countries. The General Acceptance of- fices in Canada will be merged with those of Canadian Accep- tance Corp. Ltd., the C.I.T. Ca- nadian financing subsidiary. Bed Blankets Advertisement Stirs Up Fuss CANBERRA (Reuter) Australian Army Minister Andrew Peacock offered his resignation today because his wife appeared in an ad- vertisement praising a brand of bed Prune Minister John Gorton refused to accept the resig- nation. The double-page adver- tisement in a national women's magazine also showed a picture of the min- ister's bed. His wife, Susan, is in her 20s. Peacock told a news con- ference today he regarded the matter so seriously the only proper course for him was to submit his resigna- tion. But the prime minister apparently did not regard the matter as sufficiently serious to warrant such an action, Peacock said. In the aftermath of the 1961 uprising by military men and Algerian settlers, General de Gaulle invoked Article 16 to im- pose house arrest or internment on persons suspected of subver- sion, to lengthen the period for which police could hold sus- pects, and to ban publications. STATE OF SIEGE Even more severe would be the decreeing of a state of siege, which would give the French military many powers normally exercised by civilian officials. Britain has no current equiva- lent of Canada's War Measures Act. The Emergency Powers (Defence) Act of 1939, enabling undesirable aliens to be de- tained, lapsed after the Second World War. But the 1920 Emergency Pow- ers Act, amended in 1964, gives the government the right to pro- claim a state of emergency if vital services are in peril. This act was invoked during a sea- men's strike in 1966. The Northern Ireland govern- ment in Belfast has strength- ened its own legal powers, banned religious parades and imposed local curfews since Protestant Roman Catholic riob flared up two years ago. The United States president would be barred from adopting such drastic measures as those of Prune Minister Trudeau. A state of war viih a clearly-iden- tifiecHoreign enemy must exist before most of the presidency's extraordinary powers can be used. Pope Paul Lashes Out At Brazil VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope Paul condemned Wednesday terrorism, skyjacking, kidnap ping, armed robbery, traffic in taigs and "cruel and inhuman police methods." The pontiff deplored police torture used to extract confes- sions in what he termed "a great country undergoing the stresses and strains of eco- nomic and social development." Vatican observers interpreted this remark as referring to Bra- zil. Addressing a crowd of thou- sands at his weekly general au- dience in St. Peter's Basilica, the Pope lashed out against "the sc-called theology of revo- lution." He also assailed "violence and terrorism employed as a normal means for the overthrow of the established order." The Pope devoted most of his speech to' abuses by vested au- thorities on one hand and ter- roristic attempts to overthrow authority on the other hand. "Cases of he said, "are spoken of as a widespread epidemic in many parts of the world." USE FORK Religious cults of South Sea Island cannibals did not permit them to eat human flesh with their were al- ways used. E'RE ON THE MOVE! I We will be moving to our new location soon and therefore we are most anxious to liquidate as much of our present new and used car inventory as possible by taking advantage of this situation you will save yourself many dollars on the new or newer car of your choice. Just try us. We're saying yes for less much less. OPERATION LIQUIDATION Is Still Underway... 35 1970 Model Automobiles and 17 1970 Ford Light Trucks Still Available at Terrific Savings! Fantastic Savings On 1970 Demos Now Being Cleared at Hundreds of Dollars Below Factory Invoice Cost! 1970 GALAXIE 500 DEMO 2-DOOR HARDTOP. Dark Aqua metallic. 390 2V engine, auto trans., deluxe belts, electric clock, H.D. Battery, visibility gru'jp, tilt wheel, power steering anjd power disc brakes. White walls, wheel covers, radio, rear speakers and many other better ideas from Ford. Total Retail LIQUIDATION PRICE rrom rara. 1965 FORD XL CONVERTIBLE V8, auto., P.S, PB., radio, LIQUIDATION PRICE------- 1967 FORD LTD SEDAN 4-DOOR HARDTOP 390 V8, auto, trans., radio, P.S., P.B., luxury interior 1969 FAIRLANE SEDAN Beautiful blue, white roof, 302 V8. auto., P.S., radio. An ideal family car 1952 MERCURY 3 TON With grain box, 8 cylinder, 2 ipeed rear axle, good tires. LIQUIDATION PRICE 1965 METEOR RIDEAU 4-DOOR WAGON 352, V8, auto, trans., P.S., P.B., electric rear window. PRICED TO CLEAR AT........ EXTRA SPECIAL! 1967 PONTIAC STRATO CHIEF SEDAN V-8, radio, all vinyl interior. This unit will make an excellent car for a young fam- ily. Buy this 1967 aulomobila at 1965 price level. Special only................, 1965 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE 2-DOOR 1970 GALAXIE 500 DEMO 4-DOOR HARDTOP. Royal Maroon and white vinyl roof. 429 2V V-8 engine, auto, trans., deluxe belts, electric clock, remote mirror, visibility group, block heater, radio. Power steering, power disc brakes, white wail tires, rim blow steering wheel. Knitted vinyl inter- ior, rear defogger, rocker panel moulding and many other better ideas from Ford. Total Retail LIQUIDATION PRICE..... 1966 CHRYSLER 300 SEDAN V8, auto., radio, P.S., P.B. HOT BUY AT 1966 GMC J TON Long wheelbase, big six, 4 speed, big tires, new paint, excellent for farm or ranch 1967 FORD CUSTOM 500 4-DOOR SEDAN 8 cyl., auto., radio. LIQUIDATION PRICE IDEAL FAMILY CAR 1970 MAVERICK GRABBER DEMO Bright Yellow, 250 cu. in big six, w.w. lires, wheel covers, auto, trans., black neater, grabber package. Total Retail LIQUIDATION PRICE 1966 PONTIAC PARISIENNE 4-DOOR HARDTOP Red and black, a beauty, excellent tires, V8, auto, P.S., P.B., radio. YOURS FOR ONLY 1969 FORD HALF TON Long wheelbase, custom cab, 360 V8, 3 speed trans, with power steering, excel- lent camper unit............. 1969 COOGE CREW CAB Vt ton, V8, 4 speed, radio, good rubber. LIQUIDATION PRICE........... Immediate Delivery Over 90 Units to Chooso From! Low Rate Financing! On-The-Spof Appraisals! "This Is Ford Country What Do You 1718 Third Avenue South Lethbridge Phone 328-5526 ITV HIGHLIGHTS! THURSDAY MOVIE: Gidget Grows Up, p.m. Ch. 7: Thte ex-bayou girl combines romance with her job as a UN guide. Stari Karen Valentine (of Room MOVIE: The Biggest Bundle of Them All, C p.m. Robert Wagner and Raquel-Welch star in a 1968 comedy about an inept gang of would-be crooks. VARIETY: Dean Martin, p.m., Ch. 13. Guests are Engelbert Humperdinck Dom DeLuise, Patricia Crowley and Charles Nelson Reilly. MOVIE: The Last Time I Saw Archie, 9 p.m., Ch. T: Robert Mitchum stars as a Kb. 1 con-man in the U.S. Air Force. PUBAFFAIRS: Here Come the 70s; p.m., Ch. U: A study of North American youth and its search for relevance amid sex, drugs and political involvement. DRAM: Mannii 10 p.m., Ch. 13: An episode, directed by Fernando Lamas, about a last-minute attempt to save a convicted murderer. With Alex Dreier. MOVIE: Dingaka p.m., Ch. 13: Stanley Baker and Juliet Prowse star in a drama about a native South African who is accused of murder. MOVIE: Journey to the .Seventh Planet, p.m. Ch. Ti A five-man expedition comes under the domination of an evil brain on Uranus.. With John Agar. FRIDAY MOVIE: The Conjugal Bed, 1 p.m. Ch. 13: A girl from an Italian family is taught that a woman's sole function is to have children. Stars Marina Vlady and Ugo Tognazzl. MOVIE: Malaga, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: Two men join forces to rob a titled London celebrity of her famous diamonds. Stari Trevor Howard and Dorothy Dandridge. Pnirmu fctW br ndfe en4 Hkriifoii wMam. 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