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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Fiidov, August 18, 1972 THI IHHBRIDCE HERALD 13 Controller, still haunl 11AIIOLD MOIUUSON t 1 LONDON who was commissioned b; OECD to prepare the first par of the report, hnd fully com jiletcd his review of Canada' policies. He said the department wi be providing additional ma er ial for Dr. Jurdy, a 'i water T b Complete R f Toronto economics professor, n Dr. Roy Tinney, director gen- n ral of the department's policy nd planning directorate, sail o was reluctant to comment n an unofficial antl draft docu- ment, but he did say there arc Iways two sides to the envi- onmenL question, The federal government has i harl to work within the areas of a shared jurisdiction over most of its waterways, he said. The general approach has boon to determine standards with which all provinces can agree. The effluent standards form a common base for all provinces, ie said. Every enco'uragetnen is given to try to have the individual provinces set higher standards whenever possible. In a federal stale, this co-operative approach is essential, Dr. Tinney said, although certainly it could come under criticism in looking at standards for a single state. These kinds of matters will have to be taken into consideration in reviewing the final report of OECD, he said. The draft document was circulated on a restricted basis to committee members and to government departments in the nine countries that are taking part in the International study to analyse and compare water management IN STORE? by Lois McLean Davis looking at garden, T lhat It would remain ft loday. Raspberry canes how under the warned of danger MONTREAL (CD Las Presso says n brief submitted to the council of nearby Ste. Theresa last fali by (he town's police brotherhood warned thai inexperienced policemen lack-Ins proper training could con stilutc a danger lo other off! ccrs antl the public. Chart os-Ed ouard Dcsjardins Stc. Thcrcse cSerk, sak Wednesday n brief bad beer submitted to the council but K lermcd it a working docu men t'tmt had not been marte public He would not, comment on butterflies ond tho lettuce plonls clasp sunshine n ihclr evt-ry fold. Bt'oro horvtist lirno beckom a frosty nigVit I'll caplura ihli mn- drenched food. THE FREPZIN' SEASON Your garden and -Mar produce department aro tho tourccs (or frozen foucK t la cut food cosli while well as canning) ii a 10 al your L-Mart. The best methods arc oullinod in (He DRparlment of Agricuhurc baoklcl: "PRESERVE BY FREEZING." FREEZER FACTS Da solccllve about slocking your freerer. Althouoh halri eniymo growth ond retains color and product- They will still bo over ripa stf ingy beans thai have occupied valuoble frozen iForage spnco. So, freezing 1ho bcsl foods ot peak malurily and especially Frrm fruit, plums or bfuBborrioi require prevent foods from freezing In1o a lump, work bag gently one hour a ter pulling them m the The newspaper says the re p ort of n houl 20 pages w a. submitted to the council Nov 26 and deplored the inform; method of training new police men. Constable Anrfre Goulet, 2 was charged Saturday wit criminal in Hi shooting death ]asl. month of ond flavor by keeping moiilure in and air out. even slorafjc tempera lure ensures highest quality so prepare sinoll amounls al a Ifme and cfon't overload PLEASING FREEZING Ono for Tobfo, for Iho Free ter. Thof >V If pcciehns orn on tho dlFicr menu, prPparo ond EASY WAY INTO A JAM Roth M.C.P. and Cerlo have oul with new roc police officer hn horn nn the force for Iwo years Irii Presse quotes Ihc without cxcosiive bo incj, Note ihar llieio jams musl bo erored itt I he 'fridge. As well en ionic tempt ng reefpei, the M.C.P. folder special circumstance, the rookie policeman could lie cotnn n danger lo his follows o the pulilic s'ncc )ic rnccivcs n jinlire training, .specifically i Hie use of firearms." The brief called on the low In st-t up ,1 firing ran go In tear young officcrr, lo use (lie guns and enables experience officers to prarlice their bar tiling of firearms, La Press jelly ma king. OUT OF A JAM AND Tlio following recipe always success. I usual flio rich colors and varied nre tho P pi to mo of horvo BREAD AND BUTTER P 3 quorls small cu 1 quart silvc.'skm nrncn peppcis 3 rfti prppori >.i run sail ft f.upi wfiifn 2 tips, tumoric Ftps, niuilard sc wailinit. m.pfir Pcol nncl W rnro ri.rl A PICKLE '.or Bread ond Rufter PicMes Is quadruple tlicie quantities. A'i shapes arc combined, Iheso picVIci si. CKtES umberi r cd cd cucumbers into Hiin rouni group enjoys lour FICTUnK BUTTK niNS) The Happy Oldlirnrrs1 Chi i Picture Untie sponsored ;t i for 111! senior to g.iry this week under tlic Nor Recreation Program, federal project. Tlic senior n CO yeni's and older, enjoyed rlinner of fried chicken n vlstlcd Horilage Park. 5 (J corse's Island and a shoppi centre In Calgary. Alice Anderson, public convenor of the club, said t bus trip was financed by t clnb nt S.I. 50 per person, p n givmf under Iho rcrrr J tion in loiirj shrcrli, Combine Drain. Add !hn of ingrpriienU ond iuffic jari and ITEMS TO ADD 7O YOUR l-MART UST HOME FREEZING CONTAINERS-ba0> and closure! SEALERS- QUARTS or PINTS CERTO or M C.P. PICKLE INGREDIENTS Sanrf your to 'WHAT'S IN STORE-BOX 12-1, lothbrltlee Joe Tamava President of Lethbridge's Newest Mobile Home Dealership MOBILE HOMES LTD." "Joe" Tarnava Borrt, raised and educated In Lethbridge, Joe is well known to many residents in this area having spent tlis past 35 years in business with most of this time in the auto- mobile and mobile homo business. INVITE ATTEN JOE'S MOBILE HOMES LTD. Located at: 1st Avenue and 32nd Street South on Highway 3 East to Taber Phone 328-0166 or 328-0181 Days After Hours Phone 327-4006 or 327-4216 TODAY SATURDAY SUNDAY AUGUST 18-19- SEE THE KNIGHT-SCHMIDT INDUSTRIES All HQMES HOMES of AVAILABLE IN A WIDE SELECTION: SINGLE OR DOUBLE WIDES (FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED) AQUARIUS by KNIGHT SCHMIDT WORTH OF BRAND NEW 1972 UNITS Come in and ask about The Grand Opening Savings No Gimmicks Just Honest Cash Discounts! GENDALL'S NOR' WESTERN Going at OPENING SPECIAL NOTICE! To my many past customers and friends I wish to extend my sinceresj thanks o everyone whom I havo hod the privilege lo do business with over the past years and also extend o warm invitation for all to visit me al my new business. If you have any problems I can solve t would be only 1oo happy to offer my assistance in my new place of business just as I have in the past. I took forward lo serving "Joe Tarnava Reasons Why You Should Den! at Joe's Mobile Homes 1 am pleased to Inlrodute Mr. Bill Romanchuk Sales Representative Bill was also bom and raised in the cily of Lethbridge. He is o married man with 4 children and more than qualified lo serve you in oil phases of the mobile home business. He has been an associate of mine years ond I am pleased lhat Bill has joined forces me in my new business. Please feel welcome lo toll Bill 327-4006 onylimc and ha will be happy lo serve you] 1. Quality All units carry CSA approval 2. Long Term Financing Taka up to 16 years to pay 3. low Rate Terms 4. We Guarantee Service and Satisfaction after Purchase! pp-------itmm "Remember .You ALWAYS Buy For Less at Joe's Mobile Homes Ltd." OPEN 8 A.M. TO 9 P.M. DAILY SATURDAY 8 A.M. TO 6 P.M. SUNDAY TO P.M. ;