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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta TIM Dateline Alberta Decentralization project EDMONTON (CP) A manufacturing workshop for equipment used in parks and campgrounds will be established at Valleyview, about 180 miles northwest of Edmonton, Allan War rack, lands and forests minister., announced Friday. Between six and 10 persons will be permanently employed in the manufacture of such items as picnic tables and toilets, with additional personnel to be hired on a seasonal basis, said Dr. Warrack. Firm meets regulations EDMONTON (CP) Swift's Canadian Co. Ltd. has met government regulations requiring installation of emission control equipment at their Edmonton meat- packing plant, Bill Yurko, provincial environment minister, said Friday. Swift's was ordered last summer to take steps under the new clean air act to reduce odors from the plant Violations of the act could cost each. Mosquito problem seen EDMONTON (CP) The Edmonton area faces a potentially serious problem from mosquitoes this spring and summer, a city report warns. The reason was a wet summer and fall last year combined with excessive snowfall this winter. The report accompanied a recommendation that the 1974 mosquito abatement program be increased by to a total of Liberals celebrate anniversary OTTAWA (CP) The federal Liberal caucus held a sixth anniversary party Wednesday for Prime Minister Trudeau. Saturday he will have been national Liberal leader six years. GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge...... 61 40 Medicine Hat 57 40 Pincher Creek 54 37 Grande Prairie 39 32 .05 Edmonton 35 31 Banff........... 46 35 Coronation..... 35 28 Calgary.. 48 34 .01 Victoria 58 43 .02 Prince Rupert... 50 42 .39 Penticton 48 41 .03 Kamloops 52 42 Vancouver...... 55 45 16 Winnipeg 32 16 Toronto....... 43 27 .01 Ottawa 46 27 Montreal..... 47 31 Chicago 40 35 New York 71 45 .36 Washington 67 44 .23 Miami 80 61 .60 Los Angeles..... 85 56 Las Vegas...... 78 61 Phoenix 90 53 Athens....... 63 52 Rome 64 50 Paris........... 64 46 London 59 41 Berlin...... 61 37 Amsterdam..... 63 43 Madrid......... 63 32 Moscow...... 59 34 Stockholm 59 34 Tokyo......... 63 48 FORECAST Lethbridge Cloudy with showers through foothills, winds W20 gusting to 45, lows near 33, sunny periods Sunday, highs near 55. Medicine Hat Cloudy tonight and Sunday, lows near 30, highs near 35. Calgary Cloudy with showers of rain or wet snow through foothills, winds W20- 30, lows 20-25, sunny periods Sunday, highs near 50. Columbia Kootenay Today and Sunday cloudy with isolated showers except in Columbia district, occasionally mixed with snow in the morning. Highs both days mid 50s except upper 30s Columbia district. Lows 35 to 40 except lower 30s in Columbia district. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms today and early tonight. Sunday partly cloudy with a few showers east Gusty winds at times. Highs both days 50s except 80s east today. Lows tonight 25 to 35. West of Continental Divide Showers today ending tonight. Sunday partly cloudy but with a few showers again by evening. Highs both days 50s and low 60s. Lows tonight 30s. THRIFTY RITCHIE STOCK WATERERS Electric Heated Waterers... For Cattle, Hogs and Sheep. Most available now. Buy Early and be Ready... GENERAL FARM SUPPLES Coutto Highway Box 1202 Phon. 328-1141 AMA ROAD REPORT as of 8 a.m. April in Southern Alberta are reported bare and dry. except Highway 3, Vulcan to High River and Highway 36, Taber to Brooks, which are bare and wet. Highway 2 aorth, Red Deer- Edmonton snow, slushy conditions, occasional slippery sections. Traas Canada Highway Calgary to Banff, bare and dry; Banff Golden, bare and dry, some wet sections; Golden Revelstoke, bare and dry; Banff Radium, bare and dry; Banff Jasper, one inch of new snow, with some drifting, plowing and sanding in progress. Pens of eatry: Times m Mountain Standard Time (Alberu; opening and closing times: Carway S a.m. to 5 p.m.; Chief Mountain closed; Coutts open 24 hours; Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Kingsgate open 24 hours; Porthill-Rykerts 7 a.m. until 11 p.m.; Wild Horse 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Rooseville 7 a.m. to ll p.m. Logan Pass. (CaMda Cntoms hurt moved one hoar earlier Jan. I when Montana went M daylight Ambulance service takeover advocated Interim president Alain Poher, president of the French Senate arriving at Elysee to take over his functiQn as interim president of the French Republic after the death of Georges Pompidou. U.S. bill curbs flow of smokes and liquor CALGARt Modelling and Simulation in Chemical Engineering With the advent of digital computers and their ability to handle large quantities of information there is a need to establish a strategy for solving large and complex problems and to apply it to real proceses In the course mam emphasis will be given to those cnemical engineering systems that, when analyzed, lead to models involving ordinary and one or partial differential equations The HMIM to covered wW The techniques of digital simulation developing information How diagrams and its numerical form, planning the calculations, finding and calculating a recycle set Unit computations Multicomponent vapor liquid equilibrium reaction kinetics, fluid flow, staged operations and distributed systems Fortran IV computer programs that are designed for solving sets of differential equations, thereby simulating the dynamic behavior of chemical processes, can be made available Lecturer Dr Yaroslav Stanislav Dates. Time., 9.00 12 00 noon; 1 00 5 00 p m each Thursday for three Thursdays April 18, April 25- May 2, 1974 Fee For further Information contact Dlvlilon of Continuing Education at ZM-S431 QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Carttltod Dental Mechanic Capitol Fumttura BWg. PHONE: 328-7884 S L SZULAK FARM AUCTION 2 North and 2 West of KIPP, ALBERTA Tuesday, April 9 1 p.m. sharp TERMS CASH LONCH WILL IE SERVED Having boon favoured wttti from Lloyd Siulak, wlH offer for MM following of equipment M which to nMrtty a guide and In no way warranty or guarantee to condition or age and Is itibjacl to or minor you may find them the day of the TRACTORS: John Deere 80 steering, PTO, hydraulics, International M row crop King loader and manure bucket and hay fork, hydraulics. COMBINE AND SWATHER: Case 700 S.P. combine 10 ft. pickup and 12 ft. reel; Cockshutt 502 S.P. swather, air cooled and hay conditioner. MACHINERY: Deere 10 ft. press drills; John Deere 10 ft. double disc; John Deere 10 ft. rod weeder on rubber (centre Glascon 10 ft. cultivator; 10 ft. rod weeder attachment; Land leveller 10 ft.; Massey Harris 3 bottom plow; Mayrath 30 ft. weed sprayer; Massey Harris side delivery rake; Cyclone fertilizer spreader; 2 wheeled trailer. TRUCKS AND CAR: 1968 Chevrolet V4 ton, 292 motor; 1973 Dfltsun pickup (low 1950 CMC 3 ton (just 1959 Pontiac 6 cylinder sedan. MISCELLANEOUS: B S gas motor, B S block, battery charger, skill saw, W electric drill, jet torch kit, gasket material, hammers, hand saws, funnels, gas pumps, grease guns, spark plug pump, chains, V belts, extension cords, anvil, trouble lamps, tools, filters, forks, shovels, oil, axle grease, 900 x 20 tires, 750 x 17 tires, tubes, water pump, lumber and posts Picture Butte Auction Market ideally located in centre of a large cattle feeding and hog raiting country 16 MILES NORTH OF LETHBRIOGE ON HIGHWAY 25 BOM 130 732-4400 Picture JIM JURIS, Uc. 01M11 TID NIW1V, Ue. 01MM JERRY HAMMOND, Ue. 01 MM Get up to off extras when you buy a new Winnebage motorhome. You can start outfitting your new Winnebago motorhome the day you buy it. And at no extra cost to you. You get worth of ex- tras on the purchase of any 73 motorhome in stock. Or on any 74 motorhome or new 73 or 74 5th Wheeler in stock. Choose from things that fit mo- torhoming just perfect. In all, over See what a grand guy your Winnebago Dealer can be! 300 items, each listed in our Spring Accessories Catalog. So come to our Grand Give- away. It's happening from now until May 18. MiiSSiSSS. EL DORADO SALES 2910-1st AVI. Sun IHv WVlNNnRPv 1WIW PhtM 827-1233 ;