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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASH! New and reduced student fares now available maximum aye 25 For further information contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIUAGE MALI PHONE 328-3201 SECOND SECTION Lcthbridgc, Alberta, Friday, April 7, 1072 PAGES 13 TO 24 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. IETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA Ask about Phologray k-m iKot changes with Quo new U of L arts., science dean Dr. F. Q. Quo has hcon ap- pointed (loan of arts and sci- ence at the University of Leth- bridge for a four-year term, ef- fective July L lie has been acting dean oE the faculty since the resigna- tion of Dr. Philip Deane from the post late last year. Dr. tjuo, chairman of (tic pol- itical science department, has been the U of 1, sincn its founding in 19G7. Commenting on ihc appoint- ment, Dr. Bill Beckcl, presi- dent of the U of L, cited Dr. Quo's "excellent record as a scholar, as an administrator while chairman of political sci- ence and acting dean of arts and science, as well as his abil- ity to deal with people, and his industry in pursuit of the academic excellence of the fac- ulty of arts and science." Sutherland to leave university Mike Sutherland, c o-ordina tor of information services a the University of wilt resign from the post Jul1 31st. Mr. Sutherland, 28, saitl In has been involved in educatioi for the past 10 years, five as i student and five with thi U of L, and now wants to taki some lime off to travel. fie joined the U of L when it began operations in 19C7 ani was the first co-ordinator of in formation services at the in stiUition. There has been no indicatiot when a successor will be ap pointed. South students visit U of L Twenty one students from high schools in Milk River Warner and Magrath spenl Thursday having a first hanr look at the University of Leth- bridge. The visit by prospective stu- dents was organized by two members of the newly elected student's council at the U of L. It is hopeci that several more tours can be arranged to en- able high school students throughout southern Alberta to become better acquainted with the university antl what it has to offer. PHARMACY FACTS from O. C. STUBBS Here in oiir pharmacy, when we pick up a bottle containing a liquid solution, we'll occa- sionally we that some of in- gredients have sellled. lo Uie bottom. TIw re- lt of this ins is c a 11 e ci I We llhen sliako the Sliolllc vigorously qm order !o bring of the solu- 'tjon back (o its required consistency. So, when you're takinr. for a liq- uid prescription -or liquid non- prescription medication-it's al- ways best to shake the contain- er wtiellier you see sediment or not in order to lie certain you arc receiving the best- possible results. Aiso, you may be interested to know that the word "sediment" comes down to us from the old Latin word "scdere'' which meant to sit or settle down. Free parkins? Of course. Free j prescription delivery? Of course. Friendly, helpful scr- Of course. Sliibbs Phar- macy at 1506 9th Avc S' OF COURSE! Open daily a.m. to p.m. Sundays and Holidays p.m. to p.m. and P.m. to p.m. :IY0 useful purpose' By Kit' SWI1IAHT j tn the government elevator In- delivery points for farmers. Herald Slaft Writer Saskatoon and durum <_o fannors will The Canadian Government the ekuilm1 in Moose Jaw, be to (hivcUv Elevator in I.cthbndye is "We- nu! received in- striiclion ii'miii the Canadian wheat board; to fill it 'the! Lelbbridge eleva- I.cthbndye is empty. W. E. Turner, general man- ager of government elevator system, said in a telephone in- .said "Mr. Turner. terview this morning that the i The is responsible Canadian wheat board has justj ordering the movement of ordered all grain out of the ele- 1 firain, whet her from the farm be aski to Die- facilihlo grain iTKivpnu-ul Mr. Turner sai.1 that wiu'ii shift of deliverv conu'-i about lie it mean in- t sec I business for the Le-ih- i elex'iitor. lie said tlie cmph.i- terminal elrjva- 1 sis on I he use of interior valor, i to country Following a meeting in Win- lois or1 from elevators to ex- nipef! Thursday with officials i port position. of the grain transportation in- i "The Lethbridge elevator has dustry, it was stated that more j never served a useful pur- use of Ihe government elevators said Mr. Turner. ''But in Western Canada is needed i Hint doesn't mean it won't.'1 for tiOO million bushels of grain Otto Lang, mini.-lcr rcspon- to he moved into export this! sible for Ihe and Uud 01- year. son, federal agriculture minis- mission, said during the Mr. Turner said there has ler. both have stilled that Ihe view 'hat (he operators WINTER GAMES DINNER DANCERS-Indian dancers from the Blood reserve joined sports superstar head table gf-ests in entertaining about 120 people at the Western Canada Native Winter Games Sportsman's dinner Thurs- day. Head fable guests included: Archie Moore, George Armstrong and Bill Russell at the dinner to which only a handful of Lethbridge residents turned out. Good heavens! An Easter been greatly increased activity Canadian government cleva- in the movement of feed barley I tors should become alternate Government grain elevators not grain movement solution riisc'U'-sion atmut the use of unit trains loarlcd with one lype ul grain from a government olcvalrr thi? fulure for the facili- ty can be hiigiu Del Pound, chief er for the Canadian drain ink-r- jf the The first of the new-look city transit buses will be on the streets by noon Tuesday. You won't have any trouble recognizing it the colors will be yellow and pruple. But the colors are really im- material. The reason for tho change is to attract more at tention lo the transit system and boost its image, Oliver Er- dos, utility director caid. There arc 35 buses in the city fleet. Ten will be re-painted during the summer. The city _tas budgeted for that Purpose. By the end of the summer, he bus drivers' uniforms will be replaced with yellow- rimmed purple jackets and y slacks. The cost for new uniforms is Mr. Erdos said during budget discussion uniform replacement Ballet Sunday at Yates The performance of the Al- icrla Ballet Companv sched- uled for March 20 will be held his Sunday at 8 p.m. in the Yates Memorial Cenlre. The company, sponsored In .ethbritlge by Ihe Allied Arts Council, is in ils second pro- essionai season and its fourth ear as a provincial company. The three newest additions to s 48-ballel repertoire will be erformcd Sunday. The company wilt present ex- erpls from the full-length hal- does not represent any extra expenditure. New uniforms are required this year of their color. regardless The changes go along with oth- er steps which have been taken to increase transit patronage. The free standardization, JO cents per rider, is at least par- tially responsible for 12 per cent more people (aking the bus this January compared with the previous year. The same increase was shown in February. Use of Canadian government is not a practical solution to the grain rnovemenl problems according to a study by the Alberta Wheat Pool. The Pool compiled a study about the possible use of the Lethbridge government eleva- govcrnrnent elevators will ho given word, if needed, to grain through the facilities. He said the pemlint! lease nr sale of Ihc l.N million bushel elevator in Lcthbridqp has no- thing to do with the: lack of grain at this moment. Mr. Turner said Ihe facilitv was offered for lease or sale last fall but that nothing ac- ceDlable hnd been received. Because of this, the C'ana- lo tlie'inlancl government term-1 tiian Glilm Commission will inals but this would not be; continue to operate the clcva- practical. because cf road! lor- bans, during this The study stated that to en- tial lime free period. Mr. Bc-allic said grain could be shipped from farms directly 'the reason the elevator here Is empty is that all the stocks tor a spart of a proposal to sure delivery to inland terrain-1 were Vancouver purchase the 1.25 million-1 als a fleet of chartered or pur-; cxPfirt- iir- bushel facilitv. chased trucks would be needed ny JOE MA llcraiil Staff Writer Insecticides have their haz- ards, such as destroying non- target species as fish, birds, and other wildlife as well as beneficial insects, and causing pollution. But insecticides arc neces- sary to protect farm crops, hu- man health, foreslation and household furniture, unless oth- er effective means come to be known, Dr. Neil Holmes point- ed out. Dr. Holmes, head of the en- els, Coppelia and The Nnt- racker; Classic, Ihe firsl lovement of the ballet, Parli- i; Carnival of the Animals; 'arpsthian Kaleidoscope, a Ukrainian folk ballet: and Horn o Dance, a contemporary ance. Tickets are available at I.cis- TS'S Music Ltd, RELIEVES GAS PAINS vw CAMPERS SLEEPS 2 SLEEPS <1 3 different versions nnd prices. RAEWOOD MOTORS 3rd Ave. and 76tli Si. S. Sales 328-4539 Cor top 328-4356 tomology section of the depart- ment of agriculture, and chair- man of the board of governors of the University of Lelhbi idge, Post office safe year Clock watchers will be abli to obtain the time, for at leas the rest of this year, from (ho downtown post office clock. A spokesman for the fetlera department of public works in Edmonton told The II e r a 1 Thursday it is doubtful that any recondslrnctipn will be done on the post office this year. While approval in principle has been received for demoli tion of the original portion ol the post ofiice and conslruciion of a new federal building on the site, detailed planning is a long way from being cornnlete- ed. The deparlmenf is slil! pre- paring a submission for fimf detailed planning nnd design When final details are com- pleted, they have to lie present' ed lo the Treasury Board before construction can start, t spokesman said. was speaking on Insecticides: Do We Need Them? at southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs luncheon Thurs- day at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant, attended by 40 per- sons. Heseorcli into other methods to control the insect population is complicated and slow and presently there appears to bs no other economically feasible means to control insects, he said. fnsecticides, such as DDT, Museum films The films sponsored by the Kir Alexander Gall Museum will be shown Sunday between 2 and 5 p.m. and not and as published in Thursday's Herald. The films will be shown in Ihe museum, and the public is in- vited without charge. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL 81DG. PHONE 327-2822 LEROY'S PLUMBING GASFITTING SERVICE WORK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE 328-8403 have not been known to adver- sely affect the health of man. "Most of the insecticides we now recommend in western Canada are short-lived and non- accumulative and therefore the problems caused by persistence are unlikely to Dr. Homes said. There are at least spe- cies in Canada and about GOO of them allack farm crops. Cer- tain insects are agents of dis- eases, especially in (he tropical and sub-tropical countries, he sairl. "In Saskatchewan alone, grasshoppers would have con- sumed 83 million tons of plants just to reach maturity had they not controller! hy insecti- Dr. Holmes said. He said some people attack the use of insecticides for caus- ing pollution. However, lie said compared with oilier problems such as the depletion of natur- al resources attd the populatinn explosion, pollution hy insec-li- Redd rema in custody Vincent Redd, 21, of mond was remanded Ray- cus- tody unlil April 10 for sentenc- ing on charges of arson, break- ing and entering, and posses- sion of a sawed-off shotgun The remand resulted when D. V. Harligan, agent for tho attorney general in Leth- bridge, was unable to appear in court lo present the Crown's evidence in the case. Redd previously had pleaded giiilly to the three charges, which resulted from a March 'ire that completely destroyed he Raymond Ford Garage, David Court Ductl, 20, of Lethbridge was also charged vilh breaking and entering in connection with Ihe March 4 in- idcnt. He has been free on property bail following a ireliminary hearing April 5 nd is scheduler! lo appear in nagistrate's court at Ray- mond, April 13. cides seems relatively insignifi- i Al Eealtie, public relations manager for the Pool, said the study showed that use of in- land terminals would mean a greater expenditure of money. The inland government ter- minals would clean grain and J prepare it for direc cant. During the question-aud-an- period after the speech, Dr. Holmes said more educa- tion of the public about insecti- cides and their proper use seems desirable. He pointed out that the sale of insecticides in Canada is already under con trol in Hie sense that manufac- turers need licensing to make them. A scientist with the agricul- ture research station, asked by the chairman of the forum to make comments, said one area of controlling insects being looked into is that female in- sects apparently possess cer- tain chemicals to attract male insects. He suggested (hat it might he possible to fabricate such chemicals to attract male in- sects nnd kill them. Another floor was comment from that households, large-scale organized users of insecticides, were the worst of- fenders in causing insecticide pollution. Asked to make a summariz- ing position, the speaker said the use of insecticides, similar to the flnoridalion of water sys- tems, is subject to much de- bate. The Er.tomological Society of Canada, whose membership in- cludes both professionals nnd Ihc lay public, has a posilion simibr lo his speech, saying thai insecticides are necessary tariti] other means are known, attd more education aboul in- seclicides and their use should be desired. at a cost of aboul per "If the SCO-million bushel ob- jective for export this year is r, to he reached, it is anticipated week, tf shipped by rail, a ta.c SQmc nf stop-over charge of 5.25 cents j the elevator before per bushel would apply. I the crop year is finished. gram and i ct loading isovernment inav .step in. onto snips rather than putting j it through coastal terminals. TB TC t t TT Calculated on a volume of fij I iff I IflfKnilf 200 railcar of Number 1 c.w. wheat per vrcek out of Lctli- bridge, Ihe added cost per bushel would be 14.5 cents if the grain wash shipped from the farm by truck. If the grain was moved to the inland terminal by rail, which would defeat the purpose and tie up additional cars need- ed for grain movement to the west coast, tho additional cost would he 0.0 cents per bushel, said Mr. Beattie. He suggested that the added cost would be "justified" finan- cially from the producer view- point only if it avoids heavy ship demurrage penalties Ships wailing iti port (o be loaded cost grain producers up (o per day after the ini- Tlic Herald Legislature iiurenu EDMONTON The Alberta department of labor and man- B.C. man remanded George Leslie Ryan of Brit- ish Columbia was remanded in custody so he might obtain a lawyer after he lockouts affect Ihc public i interest look at the effect of I unemployed workers." t h e minister .said in an interview. "Vi'c can assist thro ugh power may step into the Catel- j mediation, in particular by get- li Ltd. lockout at Lethbridge in j ting them together and trying an attempt to "sort out do a sorling mil of jobs and defining problems." the issues" said Labor Minister Bert Hohol. Tho company locked out members of the Canadian Food and Allied Workers Union Tuesday after the union reject- ed conciliation board recom-; mendafions March 0. Dr. Hohol, replying to a ques- tion in Ihe legislature Thursday from John Anderson (SC Lelhbririge East) said his department is looking into ways lo get the two sides hack lo the bargaining table. tie promised to report to Ihe j legislature whether Ihe provin- cial board of industrial rcla- tions will be asked to inter- vene. 'In my view there is no long- j er a private labor manage- merit affair because strikes EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR Cg-MS; ST KITCHEN APPLIANCE CLEARANCE! 5 ONtY! HOOVER TOASTERS Automatic, slim line Reg. 29.95 8.88 14.88 CLEARING AT, EACH 1 ONLY! PHILIPS GOURMET COFFEE SERVER Reg. 21.95 CLEARING AT 3 ONtY! HOOVER ELECTRIC TEA KETTLE Reg. T5.95 each CLEARING AT, ONtY I 4.88 Housewarcs 327-5767 SUNDAY IS DAY at ERICKSEN'S (SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU) EXCELLENT FOOD GRACIOUS SERVICE both basic ingredients for relaxed and enjoyable dining! 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