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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wodnesdoy, Ottober 57, 1971 __------------------------------- Russia wants to widen Canada economic ties TORONTO (CP) The Soviet Union wants to broaden its eco- nomic ties with Canada in the fields of industrial techniques and science technology, Pre- mier Alcxei Kosygin said in an interview televised Tuesday night. He also suggested Canada and ihe U.S.S.R. could get together on problems of Arctic pollution why bring any third party into Mr. Kosygin taped the Inter- view with Ron Collister, the CBC's parliamentary c o r r e- Pepin suggests oil firm purchase OTTAWA (CP) Trade Min- ister Jean-Luc Pepin suggested Tuesday that Panarctic Oils, partially owned by the federal government, should consider purchasing Supertest Petroleum Corp. Ltd.. the biggest all-Cana- American seeks world chess tide BUENOS AIRES (AP) Bobby Fischer, a lanky New York bachelor, has won the right to play the world chess champion for the first American ever to reach this level in chess competition. He gained the right to play Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union by defeating Tigran Pe- trosian of Russia for ihe fourth consecutive time Tuesday night. Fischer clinched the 12-game series in his ninth game against P e t r o s i a n, giving him 6Vi points. Fischer will receive S7.500 prize money and Petro- sian The 28-year-old high school dropout from Brooklyn, kingpin of American chess for half his life, was once considered the en- fant terrible of chess. But he has put aside temperament and quarrels with officials in his bid to be the first non-Russian champion in 25 years. His 24-game match with Spas- sky will be held next April and May at a neutral site yet to be chosen. dian petroleum retailing com- pany. Supertest shareholders will meet Nov. 2 to consider a take- over bid by British Petroleum Ltd. controlled by the British government. During the Commons question period, T.C. Douglas Is- lands) asked whether the gov- ernment is planning any mea- sures to prevent the foreign takeover of the last major Ca- nadian-owned distributor of oi] products. Mr. Pepin said the situation has been under study, and the government would make an an- nouncement in due course. Mr. Douglas said Panarctic Oils, 45 per cent owned by the government, has indicated it hopes to become a fully-inte- grated company, adding distri- bution to current production op- erations. Had the government had dis- cussions with Panarctic to see about the possibility of it taking over Supertest? Mr. Pepin said he was not aware of any discussions be- tween Panarctic and Supertest, but "if such conversation has not been held I suggest that it might take place." Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) Volcano erupts SANTA CRUZ DE LA PALMA, Spain (AP) A dor- mant volcano spat fire, smoke and stones on this Atlantic is- land in the Canaries group Tuesday. It was the first erup- tion in 12 years. About people living nearby were evac- uated. POTENTIAL PATIENTS HAMILTON (CP) A Hamil- ton doctor says more than city residents suffer from or wiU develop respiratory dis eases. "They're all potential pa- says Dr. Michael New- house, who is appealing to the public to take part in a simple but important test that helps de- tect lung disorders. Zeller'sj TODAY THRU SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30th STxIO" Living Color only C PORTRAIT 'Plul50Jew York.......75 60 mi........... 86 70 57 32 Stockholm.......48 .56 j Moscow 57 46 50 32 36 21 39 Tokyo..........66 48 FORECAST: j Lelhbriclge-Mcdicine Hat Today: Cloudy with snowflur- rics. Winds N20 and gusty. Lows tonight 10-15 above. Thursday: Mostly sunny highs near 33. Calgary Today: Cloudy pe- riods with snowflurries. Winds NW20 and gusty. Lows 10-15 above. Thursday: Mostly sunny. Highs 30-35. Columbia Koolenay To- day: Sunny, except a few snow- flurries in southern sections with highs in the mid 30s. Thursday: Sunny with a few cloudy periods. A little warm- er. Lows tonight 15-25. Highs Thursday near 40. BEHLEN STEEL BUILOiGS CANADIAN MADE HEAVY GAUGE SPECIAL 38' wide x 52' long Behlen Building complete with end walls and large double sliding doors, and including steel base plates and anchor bolls. Regular ONLY J2637 Special Ends Oct. 30 GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 327-3 T 65 LETHBRIDGE, AITA. P.O. BOX 1202 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways in the Leth- bridge district are 100 per cent covered with ice or packed snow, are extremely slippery and have all been plowed and sanded. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, Calgary mostly bare with with slippery sections through- out. Snow tires or chains are compulsory while travelling over the Rogers Pass. Highway 2, Fort Macleod to Calgary is very slippery and travel is not recommended un- less absolutely necessary, Cal- slippery sections and has been plowed and sanded. Golden to Golden is gary to Edmonton is mostly occasional cported to the commissioner's fticc. Second on the list was careless smoking, accounting or .10 fires. Electrical mishaps jiused 27 fires. bare will) occasional slippery sections and blowing snow. Tlie Logan Pass is now closed is in fair condition, for tha season. POUTS OF ENTKY (Opening and Closing Coutts 24 hours; Carwny 6 n.m. to 9 p.m. MST; Del Bonita 9 a.m. to (i p.m.; Hooscville, B.C. n a.m. Io S p.m.; Kingsgalc, B.C., 24 tours; Porthill Rykcrts 8 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain closed. Wildhorsc, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Logan Pass closed. ;