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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHDRItiOE HERALD Friday, April 18, In fi surance r out m n trouble By UU Mi-lNTYlll'' llrnild Stuff CAJ.i.JAKY HT Moum.iin l.lti- ils having linai'i ul diffi- KIHIOXTOX ARriciilluro cullies and wilh Minisler Hugh Homer was "em- nlKitic" in rcjcL-linrr a laud bank ;incHlier I :in.i d i n in-iiii uni-e c.., firtn llopins; IK- re-.snlvnl. ,fint I- (i il. ill Kooky Mountain, m ;i nous ri'lr.iM' he IIOIH-S Hit pro- posed IIUTCLT In1 tlie lines proposed in SHE.- where th menl would the laud. John Italmk 1'C Vegrc- AM JANE'S BREAST !fn ways (Kn'S br i i omiplinu'm somelinu s hinder wmn in tinlify.' i he iVinalo hrcayi lnj more llrui iusl ,L decomlion, ;ind ;i prnp lu lln Ju'iiutlo c'fift? I Imv is itiL t ix i i ntVccled liy y, nurs- ing, iuid nu'iKHMuso'.1 U'baU do rLvoinincnd lo women vhosc hrcasis ant ritlicr too small, or iro laru'o'.1 (let the answer In -May pleader's Also not one, bin. three, simp] is do-it-yourself icsts In check; for breast cancer. Kenxl r AM JAKE'S of liS articles nnd I'l-aturcs in May Header's Diycsl. Gel your copylodayl UH. plans to set up a land bank In Alberta aflcr the National Farmers Union "severely cri- the plan in Saskatche- wan. "If we have a land bank In Albeit a, it would have to be one that is said the minister. The government is currently enronroging farm 'ownership and "the proper use plan nulsiilc Ihc house, Dr. Honicr said he liid not object lo Iho kli'a of a land bank, "bul I don'l want to sec llic i. il own tlie land. The leas- ing f'trm land doesn'l g'vc Ilie kind of incentive lo (level- A bill was inl i-txluccd iu tlie legislature I h i s month to permit a lanel bank cummissiem buy up land anel rent it hack lo farmers. Tlie lulls stales tbal a farm- er buy property until he lias leased it for at least five Agriculture Minister Hornci- saiil this kind of land bank lias been tried in other countries and failed. Tlie inn pcise of tlie Saskatchc- of credit" in an attcmrjl lo im- prove farm incomes. NO OBJECTION wan proposal is to allow resi- dents lo establish or mainlain farms by increasing I h u i r chances of acquiring land. It is also aimed lo increase tlie op- portunities of lliose wishing lo relirc, lo rjcl a lor i Iheir properly. New bylaw Brighter future for rail service This is the zaniesl new addition lo Ihc delightful array of characters in Ihe SESAME STREET comic slrip. He'll make his first appearance on Mon- day, May 1. Readers ore invited lo parlicipale in a contest to make up an appropriate name for him. Although this wacky choracler has no name, he has an unending variety of shapes. He can be anything he wants to be. One minute he's bigger than Lotto Elephant and the next he's smaller than Worm. He can become round, square or triangular, fuzzy, sticky or smooth, checked or polka- Jolted. For Ihe 100 most imaginative names sub- milled, SESAME STREET educalional loys, puppets and books will be awarded. There will be 20 SESAME STREET loys valued at from to 30 puppels from to and 50 books valued at ffom lo Ten SESAME STREET poslers will be addi- tional prizes for entrants from this area. To find out tiow easily you can join in the fun, READ-- MONDAY in The Lethbridge Herald y MAIL COUPON BELOW TO What's His Name? SESAME STREET CONTESf THE ItTHBRIDGE HERALD P.O. Box 670, IclhWiJge, Alberta bans use of firearms CALGARY (CP) Final ap- proval has been given to a by- law banning the discharge of firearms in the Municipal Dis- Irict of Hockyview, which bor- ders Calgary on all sides except the south. It was passed with liltle de hate at a municipal coun c i eline earlier this week. Pro- tests were previously register- ed from the Calgary fish and game associtiliou find thp, pro- vincial fish and wildlife divi- sion. PENALTIES PROVIDED The bylaw provides (or pen- alties of for the first of- fence and for second and subsequent offences. A munici- pality spokesman said RCMP will be alerted but there will be no additional enforcement sfnff involved, except the by- law enforcement officer. Harold Carr of. Calgary, re- gional biologist for Hie fish and wildlife division, said he is "disappointed" tlie bylaw was passed. A amount of lum'.mg is done on road allow- ances in the municipality, es- pecially in the eastern region. Tom O'Keefe of Calgary, president of the Alberta Fish and Game Association, doubts Ihfi bylaw can be adequnlely enforced. He said it would hit hardest at responsible hunt- ers and not at vandals and youlhs armed wilh small cali- bre rifles. Four northern hase.s selected TV .satellites OTTAWA fCP) Canada's remole television earth stations have laken to (he road. fn a press release Thursday Tnlesal Canada announced thai four of the stations are being laken by tractor trailers lo the communities of Watson Lake Yukon; Fort Nelson, B.C.: Pine Point ami Fort Smith, N.W.T. The four communities arc pa ft of 1A Canadian northern bases selected by the CUC to in- clude live nrogramming by Te- satellite relays to the fai Norlli. The first of the satellites. Anik, is scheduled for Imnichinj. from Capo Kennedy, Fla.j early November. (drains council head named WINNIPEG fCP) Gordon Allan, vice-president of the Hour division of Maple Leaf mills ir Toronto, has been appointee new chairman of the Canada grains council. The announcement was made by federal cabinet minister Otto Lang at a dinner honoring A. M. Rimcimrrn, retiring chair man. and George Heffclfingc-r rctiring vice-chairman. Mr. Allan has been a dircclot of the council, a Winnipeg-based co-ordinating body aimed at im- provements in various aspects of the gram industry, since its start in Mr. Lang, minister responsi- ble for Ihc Canadian Wheat Hoard, snid In an interview a successor lo Mr. neffcHingcr as vice-chairman will he announc- ed al a later date. J, W. OTTAWA (CP) J. W. Pick- ci'sgill, pte.suienl of the Cana- dian transport commission, said Thursday that he has greater hope in the future of passenger rail service than he bad Iwo years ago. Mr. Pickersgill, who lias ex- pressed doubts nboul the long- term future of 'rail passenger service, snid the campaigns ngninst pollution and crowded highways have helped change bis mind. He .old the Commons trans- port conmiillue that (rains may attract more holiday travellers anil persons (ravelling short dis- tances. "I'm modoslly he said. "But I'm not optimistic about passenger train service in sparsely populated areas. There is no fulure in that.1' People in congested areas where highways were clogged wilh cars would be interested in Irnins. But in remoter areas, people would still prefer lo use their cars Mr. Pickersgill said there must be enough customers to justify n train service. Earlier in Ihe bearing, John S k o b c r K (KDP -Moose Jaw) said (lie transport commission president has "determined lo do n w a y wilh transcontinental! service because it doesn't pay." Mr. Pickorsgill disagreed. said the commission has or- dered discontinuance of few passenger services in Us year history. Transcontinental passenger services from the Atlantic prov-' inces lo the West Coast were still in operation. Ileplying to Charles Thomas lie repealed his opposition lo Ibc current meth- ods of making reservations on Irains and aircraft. Mr. Pickersgill .said that pas- sengers should not be allowed lo make u'.seivattons wilhout pul- ling clown a deposit arid con- firming the reservation 24 hours before departure. Tbu commission hnil found Iwo years ago that os much as 40 per cent of Ihc reservations on the Canadian Pacific Rail- way's transcontinental train, The Canadian, were not used. SIMPSONS-SEARS DISCONTINUED LINES, BROKEN SIZES AND COLOR RANGE PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY! WATERFORD DRAPES Size Color Green Green White Blue Green Blue Green Green Green Green White Gold White Gold Tangerine Green While Quantity 4 1 Reg. 29.98 19.98 19.98 39.98 54.98 41.98 63.98 14.98 19.98 13.98 13.98 27.98 16.98 24.98 24.98 24.98 24.98 Sale 14.99 9.99 9.99 19.99 27.49 20.99 31.99 7.49 9.99 6.99 6.99 13.99 8.49 12.49 12.49 12.49 12.49 NEW MADDEN DRAPES Size Color Quantity Reg. Sale Gold 1 16.98 8.49 Tangerine 1 16.98 8.49 While 2 16.98 8.49 Gold 1 22.98 11.49 Tangerine 1 22.98 11.49 Green 1 22.98 11.49 NEW .BONANZA DRAPES Sale 42.49 32.49 Size Size Color Quantity Avocado 1 Antique Gold 1 Avocado Avocado Antique Gold ADRIAN 1 3 1 Color Ivory Gold Green Quantity 1 1 1 Reg. 84.98 64.98 64.98 94.98 124.98 Reg. 54.98 25.98 25.98 32.49 47.49 62.49 Sale 27.49 12.99 12.99 BERGEN DRAPES Size Color Melon Green Gold Melon Green Gold Melon Green Melon Gold Green Melon Green Gold Gold Gold Green Melon Green Green Melon Gold Green Melon Gold Green Quantity 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 5 4 2 3 3 5 5 4 4 5 2 2 2 1 2 3 2 A 2 Reg. 20.98 20.98 20.98 28.98 28.98 28.98 26.98 26.98 36.98 36.98 36.98 44.98 44.98 44.98 54.98 59.98 54.98 42.98 42.98 65.98 65.98 10.98 10.98 22.98 22.98 22.98 Sale 10.49 10.49 10.49 14.49 14.49 14.49 13.49 13.49 18.49 18.49 18.49 22.49 22.49 22.49 27.49 27.49 27.49 21.49 21.49 32.99 32.99 5.49 5.49 11.49 11.49 11.49 TERGAL VOILK Color Quantity White 5 Gold 1 White 6 Gold 1 White 7 Gold 1 White 2 White 2 White 1 White 2 58.98 Size DRAPES Sole 5.74 5.74 9.24 9.24 15.24 15.24 21.99 9.74 15.24 29.99 Reg. 11.49 11.49 18.49 18.49 30.49 30.49 43.98 19.49 30.49 CHECK FOR MANY MORE UNADVERTISED SPECIALS STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Cenlrc Village. 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