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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Solu.day, Augu.l J, 1972 THE IE7HBR1DOE HERAID 19 Greene ponders future OTTAWA cr for Kouth and was minister of agriculture Ironi IOCS lo 18611. In he ran for the Ontario Liberal leadership against llob- ort Nixon ;ir.d defeated. The next year he challenged Mr. Trudcau for llw federal leadership, and agiiin was de- Redistribution In 19M elimi- natcxl bis Renfrew South riding, so he ran and won in Niagara Us. Immediately after the election Mr. Trudcau namct him minister of energy, mines and resources, a post he belt until forced to resign the office following his heart attack, the third In a series dating back to November, lie says bis decision will be more difficult if an election is called this fall than If it is called for sometime next spring. The decision would be based mainly on the stale of Ms health. Migratory bird hunting regulations same as '71 Strike causes tourist slump Youth finds, returns witllct MONTREAL (CP) A strike STIRLING Wayne by city hlue collar workers in May, poor weather and a late opening of Man and Ills World "havo combined to cause one of the worst tourist slumps In Montreal's recent history" a spokesman for the Montreal Hotel Association said here. Claude Lorram, president o! the association, said hotel occu- pancy in July was generally down 15 per cent from last year. Many large downtown hotels experienced a 20 per-cent occu- pancy drop while smaller hotels clipped from a 95 per cent oc- cupancy rale in 1971 to 50 per cent Ihis summer. Jensen was both nleased when he was notified that his wallet had been found. He had not realized It was missing. Holt Zaujsg, 13, found the wallet on the side ol the road. He showed It to a companion, Scott Pcrrc-tt, and they discov- ered it contained SM. The wal- let was then promptly returned to Mr. Jensen. FAST SWIMMER The webbed feet and tall rud- der of a river otter give it such speed and control that some- times trout. it can outswim even Unemployment insurance Canada OTTAWA (CP) Migratory bird hunting regulations will Ire much Ihe same in most prov- inces this fall as they were in 1971, the Canadian Wildlife Service announced Thursday. The agency, a branch of the federal environment depart- ment, said bag limits lor some species have been altered slightly in some provinces, and some seasons have been ex- tended to n minor extent, bul nun-tors can generally expect a similar situation to last year. The agency also announced it will issue a new standard li- cense this year. It will bo printed in 12 colors, one for each and cost the same as in the past. The per- mits will available at most post offices. No major changes have been mado In regulations affecting NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Form Induitrial Anything Mado of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Loach Carloadi Truck Scnlci Magnet Crane Servlco National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rcl Slreel Norlb Phone 328-1721 "Scrap It Our Builneift" lie Atlantic provinces, although lie teal season has hcen Icngtli- cr.wl in most areas of Nova Scotia nnd some seasons in Prince Edward Island will start a few days Inter than last year. In Newfoundland, seasons en most species will be marginally longer and, in New Brunswick, :he bnn on woodcock hunting, Imposed in 1971 because of "ligli DDT residues in some birds, will continue. In Quebec, onu area of the Cap Tourmcnte national wild- life area will Ire opened from Oct. 2 to Nov. H on an ex- perimental basis, primarily for hunting of greater snow Goose hunting in Ontario, dosed last year in seven pro- vincial townships, will be closed in two more this year (lie township.s of Tay in Simcoe County and Camdcn in Fxinnox and Aldington counties. Regulations in Manitoba, Sas- FAT OLIVE SURVIVES Fot Olive- a to meal who broke two legs in a record 16- srorey fall from his Toronlo penthouse Ju 15, 15 home his babysitter, Pat ciroff, Fat Olive's plunge will go into the Gjiness Book of Records os "greatest fall for eclipsing Ihe old record of 11 floors, Drug advocate banned from Switzerland BERN (Renter) The Swiss government said today It has ordered American drug advo- cate Timothy Leary to leave Switzerland by Oct. 31, The date was set hy the Jus- tice and police ministry after it Las t D ccember, Svritzerland rejected a United States re- quest for extradition. At the same time, it turned down his application lor politi- cal asylum. Ho was arrested near Lake Geneva in June, 1971, under a tunicd down an appeal hy warrant Issued on the basis of Leary against an earlier deci- the Swiss-American extradition sion that ho must leave Swit- treaty, but was later released. zerlaml. The 51-year-old former Har- katchewan and Alberta be virtually the same as last year, but an experimental goose hunting season will be held on one zone of the Alberta goose management area. In British Columbia, hunting seasons for geese and Wilson's snipo have lengthened in most areas and the daily bag limit on coots has been raised lo 25 from citfht. Tbe wildlife agency warns .hat hunters should check pro- vincial regulations for restric- tions ofher than those imposed at the federal level. Plan to test shipping of cattle by aircraft AUCTION SALE B E HARDWARE LTD. IN BANKRUPTCY AT 414- 13ih St. lethbridge OF NEW AND USED Appliances, Office Furniture, Fixtures and Hardware Monday, Aug. p.m. TERMS: CASH Phillipi TV, 10 Darbcciuci, Wcilinghouso vacuum, fry pan, EEcctrohomo record player. Bed lamp, Eleclfic window fan, G.E, floor polisher, G.E. twccpcr, Arrow floor polisher, Swivel cluiir, Caffoo table, McClory electric rnngo, Vikint) olcdric RCA whirlpool combination waslior oml dryer, 2 fertilizer lawn roller. Hoover vticuum, Red Devil pninT mixnr, Key culler nna motor, Grais teod diipcnscr, icalc, quantity of nails, nuri and pipo liflingi, all colon of painl, paint mixer, crinl cooler, work mailer !V drill, Stanley IV drill, Bits anci eoto, Barbequo foalt, offico desk, 1 choirs, Paymaster check writer, 4 laddari, 12', 6', 3', T, brooms, 2 dolliei. Lawn chain, Caici of Dorilox, garden IIOSDJ, filoelric Sectional eheilcrfiold, 2 lamps, qunnity of rjlan Chnstmai dccoralioni nnd lighU, Dishes, Plnques, Rarori, Heajen, Waleliai, Ccimcius, Notional emh ronjster, 16 ten rind" Islandi, Elcclric blnnkcl, 1965 Foid Vj-lon Irucfc, Sutleaios, Garden 15 Scopes 3 sholgunt, 5 rifles, 8 fiunlJng knivei, 2 binocular, 9 fishing rodi, Fishing lackb. Waders, Tacklo box, Kooki, Llnoj, Skalei and Hockey equip- ment, Lable ttomp machine. Safe, Air condilianor. AND MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION .AUCTIONEERS NOTE; Having rocieved from fho uuthoririoi wo will icll hy Puhlie Auction ine above Kit- ed merchandise nl tho iloro premises. Viewing of tho sain will be Sunday, AUJJ. 6th from p.m. lo p.m. and Mon- day from noon till tain lime. With trio Icirga volume of morthandito there is a good ponibllity of a on lha Tuesday evening ni well 10 como early and parlicipalo in thii gigantic tloso out icilo. FOR FURTHER INfORMATION CONTACT; HURLBURT AUr ON SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-4705 1920 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDOI AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. -41 Lie. 458 REGINA (CP) About JOO1 head of cattle Is to be shipped by air to Toronto from Saska- toon next Wednesday in an ex- periment by the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. Cliarlcs E. Lcask, director of the pool's livestock division, said in a news release today the shipment of pounds of cattle by Air Canada DC-8 is Ireing made to test the feasi- bility of regular shipping by air. "Hopefully we can avoid some of Ihe problems we have encoun- tered while moving cattle by conventional means and reduce losses due to death and he said. "The reduction In over all Oil revenue plan rapped by Strom EDMONTON (CP) Albcr- a's new oil revenue plan, lesigncd to raise more money rom the oil industry', could cod lo higher gasoline prices or Albertans, Social Credit Deader Hnrry Strom said here. Mr. Strom said the Progres- sive Conservative government should tiike steps to insure Ihat iddilioiiEil revenue from the )lan comes "directly oul of the lockets of the oil companies and not the pockets of Alber- :ans." Hearings on Ihe oil plan earl- ier this year were n farce, he said in a prepared statement. "Tho hearings were not In- tended to solicit the viewpoints of Ihe public nml oil industry on Ihe uovi'rnmenl's obtaining a l.irger siinre of Ihis resource, bill rnlhtr an attempt to cloud Ihe issue of .iildilional taxa- tion." The pliin. announced last is expected In bring additional S70 million a year into the government coffers. Paper unions to vole on merger plans VANCOUVER (CP) Mem iers of the two largest unions n Ihe pulp and paper industry n Canada and the United States vill vote next week on o pro- posed merger of the two organ zations. Tbe proposed new union vhich would be known as ttv Jnitccl Papcnvorkers Interna ional Union, would have abou members including more than in Canada. The two unions, the Interns ional Brotherhood of Pulp, Sul ibilc and Paper Mill Workers ind the United Papermaher and Paperworkcrs, will hoi separate conventions in Denver Mo., lo vote on Iho merger. If both unions vote to approv the merger, a joint meeting o botli memlwrsbips will be hel lo formally initiale the ne union. vard professor asked for asy- lum on tile grounds that he was leing pursued by U.S. author- ties because of his opposition :o the Vietnam war. This was rejected by the jus- tice and police ministry. Leary escaped in September, 1970, from prison in California where he was serving a 10-year sentence for a drug offence. He later went to Algeria where he joined Black Panther leader El- dridge Cleaver. Leary and his wlte Emily have been living at Villars, an Alpine village, but have had to report twice a week to the local police. chcmaga Canada 445 Mayor Magi ath Drive Holiday Village Complex tress due to speed of service nd improved handling will re- uce shrinkage (weight essen the chance of disease and the ajiimals should arrive t their destination in the same ondition they were bought In lie west." He would not say how much he shipment was costing be- :ause there were "hidden" fac- ors such as feed. To ship 100 cattle in Iwo boxcars w oil 1 d cost about not including eed or trucking costs at either end. 'If the experiment proves successtu, it will improve our ability to take advantage of ex- >ort opportunities in the south- ern United States and other countries provided reasonable health inspection regulations can be worked oul." The caltlo, from the pool's livestock yard at North Battle- ford, have been bought by Ross Dcatly of Stayner, Ont., a pro- minent livestock leeder in that province. FEEDERS FARMERS WELDERS HANDYMEN HOMEOWNERS Wo carry o complete itock oF STEEL IN FIATS ANGLES CHANNELS BEAMS WIDE FLANGES RAILS ROUNDS SQUARES PLATES SHEETS RECTANGULAR AND SQUARE TUBING REINFORCING STEEL WIRE MESH PIPE GALORE FOR FENCE POSTS CLOTHESLINE POLES CARPORT COLUMNS OR FOR ANY OTHER USE YOU MAY HAVE. TONS TO CHOOSE FROM Bring In your truck and load up at bargain prices We alto deliver locally Bring In your Krap ileel cast Iron bolteriei copper bran and got tho besl trado value ever also pay caihl STEEt. YARD LOCATION 2808 2nd Ave. N. SCRAP LOCATION 3402 2nd Avo. N. EGGS ON SHOItE In May or June of each year, female snapping turtles leave their watery homes lo lay eggs in well-drained, spots on shore. often sunny Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAl ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION (2JMAICO SMITH-JONES WARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAl 618 3rd Ave. S. Phono 328-5447 ftloreililn INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Sovifls place grain orders WASHINGTON (Italtcr) Russian Irade delegates, now in New York, are placing orders for further substantial quanti- ties ot United Stales wheat and feed grains, say informed sources hero. The unexpected retuni visil of Ihe Soviet officials Ibis week re- mains shrouded in recrecy, but 1 are known lo have lakm place with at least two big grain export houses. Speculation is thai Ihe Soviets waril to buy another five million tons of wheat, corn'and onls for shipment during Iho next few monllis. Under n Ihree-yenr agreement signed last month, the Soviet Union has already bought an es- timated 7.5 million tons ol grain. Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORKERS Required In varfoui loco t ion i throughout Alberta for iho new Services for tho Handkappcd Droneh Depl. of Health and DovHopmenl. Duties: the develop, mcnr and provision of services lo menially and pliy lie ally handicapped persons in trin area, B.A, (Social B.S.W. or M.S.W.j preference will he given fcr rc- lofod experience, Training m menial relardolion an asset. Salary range to per month. Starling inlory de- pendent on qunlificaiioni, Compelilion Number 9351-C-l. Cfoiei Aucjuil 15. (Pleaso quoin compelilion number in cou- APPLY: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEl ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 500 TERRACE BUILDING 96 AVENUE AND 106 STREET EDMONTON, ALBERTA T5K 2O IN CONCERT Some 200 sludenfs of music attended the Department of Culture, Youth and 14lh annual Music Workshop at fhs Camrose Lutheran College this summer- Now, ihese talented young musicians will display the of professional -T they hove attained, in their presentation of CONCERT BAND Edmund Marty, Conductor WOMEN'S CHOIR SUMMER SHOWCASE 72 MONDAY, AUGUST 7th, 8 p.m. YATES MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM, LETHBR1DGE Nancy Vang, Conductor MIXED CHORUS John Albertson, Conductor SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Horry tanfi, Conduclor You ore cordially Invited to attend NO ADMISSION CKAKCI CULTURE, YOUTH AND RECREATION ;