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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LFTHBRIDGE HERALD Tueirfoy, SeplcnAor 19, 1971----------------------- Nixon hikes oil imports flow to meet emergency WASHINGTON (AD Pres- ident Nixon moved Jlondnv lo increase sharply the flow of oil imports into Hie Unilod States because lagging production of petroleum products luis not kept pace with rising demand. The president's actions mean imports of all petroleum prod- ucts could rise to about 2.3 mil- Missions go abroad OTTAWA (CT) The federal government will be sponsoring trips abroad by representatives of two business fields shortly, Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin said today. The government will sponsor a national exhibit during an in- ternational ocean development conference tn Tokyo from Oct. 4 to 9. Leading Canadian com- panies engaged In the ocean- ological and marine Industry will participate in tho exhibi- tion. Ten Canadians will give pa- pers nl the conference and the Canadian Scientific Ship Pa- rizeau, an oceanopranhic vessel with satellite navigational de- vices and special hydrpgrapluc equipment, will be in Tokyo. Ten representatives of Can- ada's furniture industry will visit manufacturing plants in Italy, Germany, the Nether- lands, and Belgium from Sept. 23 to Oct. 9. The Canadians will study lat- est European designs and tech- nology while in Europe. Zenith makes four quality hearing aids priced from S85tos195. Come In for a free hearing lest and 161. us show you the wide range of Zenilh models and styles.'There's a Zenith hearing aid lo malch any loss a hearing aid can help. IFyou aren'l saliiliecl Wuhyour purchase, bring It back within 10 days 2nd we'll give you your money back. Remember, Zenilh hearing aids have suggested retail prices significantly below those of most foreign imported LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Bldg. Ph. 32B-40BO ion barrels a day east of the i the Rockies from obout 1.7 million aid >ari-cls ri day, officials said. In addition, liis actions could ilmost double tlic daily rale of mports lor No. 2 fuel oil, a used extensively foi1 :iomo healing in the north- eastern United States. The changes In the Import quotas made by presidential proclamation relate to districts east of the Rocky Mountains. DEMAND INCREASES The steps were necessary, said Elmer Bennett, office of emergency preparedness gen- eral counsel, to cope with "im- mediate short-term require- ments" resulting from a level- ling off of production and e marked increase in demand. Bennett said he could not pre- dict what impact the increased imports would have on prices. Acting on the recommenda- lion o[ OEP director Georgo Lincoln, Nixon issued a procla- mation which: by barrels a day on an fjumal rale the 000 barrel a dr.y import allow ance for No. 2 luel oil. Since this oil will be imported during the last three months Bennett Mishap a fake MAH'I'IGNY, Switzerland (Heuter) A 28-year-old for- mer policeman, Marcel Carron, was sentenced Monday to life imprisonment for killing his two children and seriously in juring his wife in a fake car accident in order to collect in surance. The prosecution said Carron sent his car hurtling over a precipice in April, 1971 and jumped clear at the lasl moment. The court found Car- ron guilty of murder and at- tempted fraud. the actual daily rate of In- crease is barrels a day. terminal operators vho hold Import quotas to im- port an oiMilional 10 per cent of (heir 1972 allocation of all types of petroleum products, in- cluding No. 2 fuel oil, This, pl'is a distribution of Canadian and contingency Import quotas will mean ati additional bar- rels a day in imported oil dur- ing the last three montlis of [his year, Bennett said. TV HIGHLIGHTS THE GOOD LIFE Strelched our and sopping up ihe sun, a kangaroo relaxes at Stanley Park 700 In Vancouver. With The coming wel and chilly wealhor, however, things aro bound lo slarf hopping. Angry at ivage freeze TUESDAY CRIME DRAMAi Hawaii Fivc-0. p.m., Cli. 13. A millionaire plans lo drive a murderous lull-climb up a Ha- waiian mountain but someone kilts liis mechanic. COMEDY: Mary Tyler Moore, 8 p.m., Cli. 7. Mary Is put on Ihc spot by a TV columnist who is known for twisting a few words, ADVENTURE: Search, 8 p.m., Cli. 13. Tony Frandosa stars DS an agent on Hie trail of a missing colleague. VAHIETV: Flip Wilson. p.m., Ch. 7. Tim Conway, the Fifth Dimension and Flip doing four of his comedy characters. MUSIC: Ian Tyson, p.m., Cli. 13. Charlie Rich and Buffy Same-Marie are lan's special guests. SPORT DOCUMENTARY: Tuesday Niglll, 10 (i.ni., Ch. 7. Hockey at the Pee Wee level is the subject of the opening program in lliis series third season. MEDICAL DRAMA: Marcus Wcluy, SID, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. The story of a mentally retarded young man, Locations in- clude the work (raining centre for the mentally retarded at Sunland, Calil. WEDNESDAY MOVIE THRILLER: "How Awful Alioilt 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A suspense film about a near-blind man who thinks someone wants to kill him. KDMONTON (CP) About COO members of the Civil Ser- vice Association of Alberta are angry at what they claim is a wage freeze imposed by the provincial government. The men, who earn an aver- age of a month, say the provincial government should not be able lo reclassify them as maintenance mechanics and separate their wage rates from tradesmen employed in the pri- vate sector. The new government policy was announced last week. It said the labor value of the men is estimated at The men claim the effect o( the ruling is to freeze their wages for at least the next five years. The men have been paid on the basis of 93 per cent of the tradesmen's wage scale in pri- vate industry. BAD PRACTICE "It's bad practice to lie your- self to something outside your said Public Service Commissioner Keith Bobert- son. CSA president Bill Broad has prepared a letter to the gov- ernment expressing the men's militancy. "We totally reject the plan to freeze said Mr. Rroad. "The scheme, while of- fering carrots to some grossly- underpaid mechanics and ma- chinists, would freeze the wages of about 400 electricians, plumbers and craftsmen until about 1973. Mr. Broad attacked the gov- ernment for taking the line of least resistance by freezing ivages of government trades- men whiie they're reluctant to tackle the same issue in pri- vate industry. About 3BO men attended a meeting and voted unanimously to oppose the new policy. Woman, 106, dies at Medicine Hat MEDICINE HAT (CP) Laura Jordan, 106, believed to ae one of the oldest women in Canada, died here at her home. Mrs. Jordan, born in Ohio in 1866, moved to Canada in 1012. Funeral service will Ire held in Moose Jaw. Mrs. Jordan, whose husband, Jack, died in 104G, moved here in 1960 lo live witli a son. She is survived by five children, in- cluding one daughter. TNT 1973. Ride the Silver Bullet, Performance; the new Silver T'NT 294, 340 and 440. Twin cylinders for rapid power acceleration. Standard is tachometer, speedometer and disc brake. Carbide runners on wide-stance skis grab the snow track. Many more new features including beam, contoured seat and choice of slide suspension or bogie wheels. Get yourself a winner. At your Ski-Doo dealer today, SKIDOO the machine that changed winter ...has changed M j'lt olBorfittrdiei Limit Bert Mac's Cycle Ltd. 913 3rd S. Phone 327-3221 LETHBRIDGE, AITA. Ranchers' Supply Ltd. PINCHER CREEK, AITA. PHONE Raymond Motor Co. Ltd. RAYMOND, AITA. PHONE 752-3284 Anderson Supply Lfd. BOX 15B, WARNED, AITA. B R Service (Cardsfon) Ltd. CARDSTON, ALTA. PHONE 653-3672 Southland Cycle Ltd. Box 2598 TABER, ALTA. PHONE 223-4211 Ranchers' Supply Ltd. CLARESH01M, AITA. PHONE 239-3711 YOU'LlrIND THE BEST BRANDS ADVERTISED IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Couples defect REGEN (API Two young German couples, one of lem carrying on inlant, [led to 'est Germany zechoslovakia by way of during Ihe reokcnd, Bavarian state police eported Monday. The couples, anging in afie from 17 to 21, nade their way through bar- ed-wire obstacles under cover darkness, police aaid. Priest arrested MONTEVIDEO (Keillor) A French' Roman Catholic priest was among nine persons ar- rested in northern Uruguay during the weekend [or alleged links with the left-wing Tupa- maro urban guerrillas move- ment, security forces said Mon- day. A communique from the security forces aairi Rev. Louis Ilcuve Denaud, 40, was charged with helping suspected Tupa- maros to elude authorities nnd plat-big his car at the disposal of the guerrilla movement. SPECIAL MEETING All persons interested in the continuation of the LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY BAND are asked to attend a special meeting at the BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE Friday, September 22nd, p.m. "HYWAY" AT THE MINERS' TUESDAY, SEPT. 19th MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY The Hoolcind Trophy Shuffleboard Tournament will be held at the Mincn' Wed., Sept. 20, at 8 p.m. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! i.ro listed by ihe radio and lelevlilon itolioni. Any variation in program li due to fait- mlnula changes by the ttolioni and li not reipon- ilbillly of th> Herald or Anglo DIsTrlbuten Slereo end Photographic Ctnlre. CHEC Roger Ctiamion with Contemporary Sporls Mw y McGill with Contemporary News TUESDAY NIGHT Cnecllne WEDNESDAY t.co Dow Show Dave King Oliver JacX Ncufeld Buryl Clark Dava King TUESDAY NIGHT World a! six John Walker John Charlej CJOC i Jim Ellto) NevfSj WealKer anrJ Sports Phone Hill WayriH Barry Probe >220 Moon Farm News, Weather and Sporls News and Grain Prices Jack John World dl Stx CHEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Dan 'AacMasrer Concerls (Bob Don Hedman a.m. Slgn-Ofl CBR Radio 1010 Calgaiy TUESDAY MIGHT As It Happens Tuesday NlgM Introduction Tuesday Night News, Wlhr., Sporls From Ihs Capitals Five Nights a Week Music of Scriabln Radio Noon Rupert's Land Rock SlotV, Market Slide 11 from WEDNESDAY Max Ferguson Eye Opener Henry Wood World at 9 Eye Opener This Country Signal nations Provincial Affairs Concer Homo Run BBC News Bnd Commentary News World el Six See It It's New at ANGLO MODEL TC126CS SONY PORTABLE STEREO CASSETTE-CORDER WITH SEPARATE SPEAKER SYSTEM Take ihh unil anywhere. Featuren lop a selector iwilch for chromium dioxide 3 wall oulput through bolti tpeakerjj pause button; adjustable monitor sound Independ- ent of recording level) automatic recording level; record but- ton can be pre-iet before recording to check sound tourcej 3 digil tape counter; jacks for Jine inpuls and outputs; twing balance mechanism) aulomalic thul-ofF in all models; speaker lyslem, AC cord, balleries, one poinl slereo microphono F995, carrying case, earphone, handy carrying "ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo ana Center 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cnblevlrion Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Weather (c) Chez Helena Le1s Make Deal StfimpeiJa 11 ;PQ JMR Walcrficr Tcleprobe 7 Avenoers Luncheon Dflfc Mission ImnoHlbl Irfsh Rovers WEOHESDAt Football '12 t.m Marvel Super Mary Tyler Moore Mr-roes Flip Wilson (c) Fronl Page Challenge (ct Tuesday Nlla cc? 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