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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 SKCONI) SIOCTION Lcthbrid NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL ELDG 740 4lh AVE. S. IETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA Ask oboul Phologray k-n% iKct changes with th- Quo new U of L arts, science dean Dr. Q. Quo has been ap- pointed dean of arts and sci- ence al the University of Lclli- Liridgc for a four-year Icrm, ef- fective July 1. He has been acling (Iran of the faculty since Ihc resigna- tion of Dr. Philip Deane from Ihe post late last year. Dr. tjuo, chairman of llic pol- itical science department, has been with (lie U of L since its founding in 19D7. Commenting on the appoint- ment, Dr. Hill Beckel, prcsi- denl o[ Ihc U n[ 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 .is his abil- ily to deal with people, and his industry in pursuit of the academic excellence of Ihe fac- ulty of arts and science." Sutherland to leave university Mike Sutherland, c o-ordina- tor of information services at the University of will resign from the post July 31st. Mr. Sutherland, 28, said he has hp.en involved in education for the past 10 years, five as a student and five with the U of L, and now wants to take some lime off to travel. fie joined the U of L when it Ijegan operations in 1967 and was the first co-ordinatnr of in- formation services at the in- stitution. There has been no indication when a successor will be ap- pointed. Soutli students visit U of L Twenty one students from high schools in Milk River, Warner and Magrath spent Thursday having a first hand look at the University of Leth- bridgo. 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 hoped that several more tours can he arranged to en- able high school students throughout southern Alberta to become betler acquainted with the university and wtiat it has lo offer. PHARMACY FACTS from O. C. STUBBS Here in oiir pharmacy, when we pick a bottle containing a liquid solution, we'll occa- sionally we that some of its in- Ercdients sellled lo llic Iwttom. Tlie i-c- Jsult of this settl- inR is called We llhen sliakp the Khottlc vigorously ijin order to bring cf the solu- 'tJon back lo its consislciicv. So, when you're taking for a lirj- Hid prescription -or liquid non- pre.scripfion al- ways best to shake Ihc r.onU-iin- er wlwllier you see sediment or not in order lo he certain you arc receiving the best- possible results. Also, you may be inlcrcslod to know lhat thc word "sediment" comes down lo us from the old Latin won! "scdcre'' which meant to sit or settle clomi. i I 1'rcc parkinR? Of course. Vrcc j prescription delivery? Of course. Friendly, helpful ser- vice? Of course. Slnbhs Phar- macy at 150G nth Avc. S OF COUDSE! Open daily a.m. (o p.m. Sund.-iys and Holidays p.m. (o p.m. and p.m. to p.m. 'No useful tn (lie government elevator In delivery poinl-; for farmers Saskatoon and durum '.o IhaL farnu'rs (lie in Moose Jan. he (o liiiiii ntjl n.'c.'vLved in- 'o lhci nriuT.'. c striicliuii inillion j elevator in ha.s no- I tiling to do wilh the lack of i grain at this mumeiH. I Mr, Turjier llic facilfiv offered for lease or sale last fait bul thai nothing ac- ccolahlc hnd rereived. Because of thi.s. Hie Cana- dian drain Commission will ronlijiue to operale eleva- tor. The reason thc elevator heic IF, empty is thnl all Ihe stot-ks were needed .it Vancouver for export, said Mr. Pound. "If thc SCO-million bushel ob- Use of Canadian government elevators i.s not a practical solution to the grain movement tial time free period. Mr. nc-attic said grain could he shipped from farms directly to Ihc inland government term- inals but Ihis would nol be practical, becnufe cf road bans, this Tiie study staled lhat lo en- sure delivery lo inland (erinin- 1.25 million-1 a's a chartered or pur- chased trucks would be needed at Ry JOE MA llcraiil SliiK Writer Insecticides have (heir haz- ards, such as destroying non- target species as fish, birds, and other wildlife as well as beneficial insects, ami causing pollution. fiut insecticides arc neces- sary lo protect farm crops, hu- man health, foreslation and household furniture, unless oth- er effective means come lo be known, Dr. Neil Holmes point- ed out. Dr. Holmes, head of the, en- tomology seclion cf Ihe depart- ment of agriculture, and chair- man of the board of governors of the University of Lelhbridge, Post office was speaking on Insecticides: Uo We southern Need Them? at Alberta Council on safe this year RELIEVES CAS PAINS VW CAMPERS SLEEPS 2 SLEEPS 3 different versions and prices. RAEWOOD MOTORS 3rd Ave. and T6fh Si. S. Sales 328-4539 Cor Lor 328-4356 Clock watchers wilt be able (o obtain Ihc time, for at least the rest of this year, from (ho downtown post office clock. A spokesman for the federal department, of public works in Edmonlon told The Herald Thursday it is doubtful lhat nny recondslrncfion will be done on the post office this year. While approval in principle has heen received for demoli- tion of Ihe original portion of thc post ofiic'L1 mid con.slniction of a new federal building the site, detailed planning is lotitf way fiom beinij cornulcto cd. The department is si ill pre- paring a .submission for final del ailed planning and design. When finnl del ails are com plctcd, they have to he present' ed lo llic Treasury Board before conslrnclion can start, L li p said. Museum films The films bv (he 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 Ihc museum, and the public is in- vited without charge. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. PHONE 327-2822 LEROY'S PLUMBING GASFITTING SERVICE WORK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE 028-8403 Public Affairs lunclieon Thurs- day at Sven Erickscn's Family Restaurant, attended by 40 per- sons. Hesenrc-h Into other methods to control (lie insect population is complicated and slow nnd presently there ap-jcars to he no other economically feasible means lo control insects, he said. Inseclicidcs, sudi as DDT, 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 Ihc problems caused by are unlikely to Dr. Homes said. There nre at least spe- cies in Canada and about BOO of them attack farm crops. Cer- tain insects arc agents of dis- eases, especially in (he tropical and sub-tropical countries, he said. "In Saskatchewan alone. cides seems relatively insignifi- cant. During the question-and-an- period after the speech, Dr. Holmes said more educa- tion of thc public about insecli- cides and their proper use seems dcsirahle He pointed out that (he sale of insecticides in Canadi is already under con- trol in Ihe sense Hint manufac- turers need licensing to make them. A scientist with Ihe agricul- ture research slalion, asked by the chairman of Ilia 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 insccls. He suggested that it might he possible lo fabricate such chemicals to attract male in- serts and kill them. Another comment from Ihc was that households, not large-scale organized users ot insecticides, were the worst of- fenders in causing insecticide pollution. grasshoppers would have con-j Asked to make a summariz- sumeu 83 million Ions ol plants inK position, thc speaker said just lo reach maturity had they nol been controlled by insecti- Dr. Holmes said. lie said some people allacfc [lie use of insecticides for caus- ing pollution. However, he said compared with oilier problems such as Ihc depiction of natur- al resources and the poviulalUm explosion, pollution Ivy insecli- Redd renu in custody llay- Vincent HccM, 21, of monrl was remanded ii tody April 10 for sentenc- ing on cbaipes of arson, break- ing and cnlerinp, mid posses- sion of n sawcd-rvff sliotgun The remand resulted when D. V. Ilarligan, npenl for tho attorney general in Lcth- bridgc, wns unable to appear in court lo present thc Crown's evidence in tliu ca.se. Redd previously hail pleaded fiiiilly to Ihc three charges, which resulted from a March -1 fire Ihnt completely deslroycd thc Ilayinond P'ord Garngc, David Court Ducll, 20, of Lelhbrkfge was also charged wilh breaking nncl cnlcrinfi in connection wilh Ihe March 4 in- cident. He has heen frco on property bail following a preliminary hearing April 5 ind is scheduled In appear in magistrate's court at, Ray- mond, April 13. the use of insecticides, similar to the fluoridalion ot water sys- Isms, is subject lo much de- bale. The Ei.tomolosical Society of Canada, whose mrmbership in- cludes bolh professionals nnrl MIC lay public, has. a posilion simiirir lo his speech, savins; that insecticides are necessary until other means arc known, and more education about in- seclicidcs and their should he desired. cost of annul per week. If shipped by rail, a slop-over charge of cents per bushel would apply. Lcthbridgc government eleva- tor a spart of a proposal to purchase Ihe bushel facility. Al Ecallic, public relations manager for thc Pool, said the study showed that use of in- land terminals would mean a grealer expenditure of money. The inland government ter- minals would clean grain and prcpnrc il for direct loadinB VCl'II Itl Gil I onto ships rather than pulling it Lhrough coaslal terminals. Calculated on n volume of 200 railcar of Number 1 c.w. whca'. per week out of Lelh- bridge, Ihc added cosl per jeclive for export Ihis >car to he reached, it is nnlicipated liial there uill he some use of the Let bin-ids: e. elevator before J the crop i.s finished. busliel would be U.5 cents if' the grain wash shipped from the farm by truck. If thc grain was moved to the inland terminal by rail, which would defeat Ihe purpose and tie up additional cars need- ed for grain movement to Ihe west coasl. the additional cost would he 9.0 cents per bushel, said Mr. Beattie. He suggested th.il thc added cost would be "justified11 finan- cially from the producer view- point only if it avoids licavy ship d e in u r rage pcnallies Ships waiting iti port (o be landed cosl grain producers tip (o per day after the ini- step in Catelli Ltd. lockout in Tlip Herald EDMUNTON The Alberta deparlment of labor and man- and lockouis affect the public interest look al Ihe effecl of unemployed workers." t h e miniver .said in an illicit Jew. can assist t h r o up.h B.C. man remanded George Leslie Ryan of Brit- ish Columbia was remanded in custody so lie might obtain a lawyer after he reserved his plea to charges of possession of a dangerous causing wilful damage. Court was also (old Mr. Ryan v.as wanted on warrants in R.C. He was arrested and charg- ed following a window break- ing incident at 50-1 7lh Avc. S. laic Monday power may step into thc Catel- j mediation, in particular by pet- li Ltd. lockout al Lelhbridge in j ting them tupcther rind Irving an attempt to help ".sort oul j to do a sorlins oul of the issues" said Labor Minister jobs and defining problems." Herl. Hohol. The company locked out members of thc Canadian Footi and Allied Workers Union Tuesday after the union reject- ed conciliation board recom- mendations March 9. Dr. Ilohol, replying to n qncs- lion in Iho I e g i s 1 a In r c Thursday from John Anderson (SC Lelhbridge East) said his department is looking into ways lo get thc two sides hack lo the bargaining lablc. 1 lie promised to report to Ihe j legislature whclhcr Ihc provin- citil board of industrial rcla- tions will be asked to inter- j venc. "In my view there is no long- j or a private Irt'or mcnt affair KITCHEN APPLIANCE CLEARANCE! 5 ONIY! O HOOVER TOASTERS Aulomctk, slim line Rog. 39.95 CIEARING AT, EACH I 8.88 1 ONlYt PHILIPS GOURMET COFFEE SERVER Reg. 21.95 CIEARING AT 3 ONLY! HOOVER ELECTRIC TEA KETTLE Reg. T5.95 each CLEARING AT, ONfY I 4.88 .varcs 327-5747 14.88 SUNDAY IS DAY at ERICKSEN'S (SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU) EXCELLENT FOOD GRACIOUS SERVICE bolh basic ingredienls for relaxed and dining! DINNER MUSIC 6 to B p.m. by LEN ZOETEMAN, Accordionist rN TWt OlO THADmOM OF WTSTERH HOSPITaLrTT lestaulant Phone 328-7756 for Reservaliorul EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR DOWNTOWN 317 7lh SIREIT SOUTH HI-STYLE DRESSY SLINGS ARPEGGIOS' SANDALS Navy or call. Made in Holy. Loalh Ilicr sole, Icalhur lined, Available fn sizes 5 lo IT, Exclusive al Comni's 14.95 MANY, MANY NEW TEtNEES' STYLES NOW ON DISPLAY. DROP IN SOOHI EXCLUSIVE AT CAMM'S DACKS Shoes for Men Sec many sfyfei in our Men's Depart Shoemakers lo Canada's Best Dressed M Open Mondayi QJ usual Thun. and Fri. lill 9 403 5th St. S, SHOES ;