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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta r ON WAY OUT Japanese prime minister Eisakn Sato may nol hold office much longer, sonic qualified U.S. observers arc led lo predict bcean.se of a combination of pressures from Washington and Peking. STOCKED TIIOUT New York stale fish hatcher- ies produced and stocked more Uian 5.7 million trout and salmon totalling pounds. FIRST IN SALES! FIRST TO ARRIVE! 1972 TOYOTAS JAPAN'S NO. 1 IMPORT ON DISPLAY NOW TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Coulls Highway PHONE 377-3165 Tory sweep forecast CALGARY (CP) Dr. Hugh Homer, a Progressive Conser- vative candidate, says his par- ty will sweep the rural areas of the province in the Aug. 30 election and finish with a total of 55 seats. There are 75 constituencies. "They (Social Credit) don't have anywhere near the or- ganization tliey had when I came to the province 20 years ago." "That's why I'm predicting 55 seats and it could go higher." The one-lime Conservative MP told a news conference there is not a single rural con- stituency where his parly does not have a chance. "Social Credit has not come up with one thing that will help rural Alberta at all." All of the Social Credit prom- ises for rural areas are copiea of whal Conservative leader Peter Lougliced offered eaflicr, the candidate in the riding of Barrhead said. He predicted the Conserva- tives would hold a fall session Air Canada Irnck used lo grab loot MONTREAL (CP) Bandils disguised as Air Canada em- ployees escaped with about Tuesday from Montreal International Airport, it was learned Friday. The two men, driving an Air Canada truck, intercepted an airport employee taking the money from a Swissair flight to a warehouse. The armed and masked men forced him to hand over boxes containing the money and fled in the Air Canada truck lo the edge of the airport where they had a car waiting. of the legislature to Bet up feed and seed bank for farm- ers. Mr. Ijoughced has said that because of the late election date a fdll session is unlikely, although his party would hold them regularly in following years. Dr. Horner also urged an im- mediate start on a rural grid- road system and said the ap- propriation for highway build- ing should be increased million lo million so It could match the amount raised by provincial fuel and road taxes. He also criticized tie Social Credit government for not elim- inating medical care prem- iums for persons over 65 be- cause it would only cost million. _____ Solurdoy, Auguil 21, 1971 _ THE lETHBSIDGE HERAID 19 HOLMES APPLIANCES COMPLETE DISPERSION AUCTION SALE Friday, August 27, 1971 TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Having received instructions from the executor of the Rosi Holmes Eslale we will sell the entire slock of new and used appliances, parts, 2 trucks and all equipment by public auction. TO BE SOLD AT P.M. Good seleclion of new and rebuilf Beafly and Jacuzzi pomps 3-pressure tanks; Sump pump; Complete refrigerator testing and repair kit including; vacuum pump, charging cylinder, vacuum gauges, leak detector, acetylene 1orch, Frean tank, misc tools and parti; Approx. 125 ceilng and light fixtures; Remington typewriter; Smilh Corona electric adding machine. Cheque writer; Bill machines and misc. office equipment; watered; Approx. 28 hog walerers; Fleclric motors; Drill Elcctrolux floor conditioner; Bench grinder; Hoover upright vacuum; 2-vices; Tools; Selection of appliance parts. Many More Items Too Numerous To Menfron TO BE SOLD AT P.M. APPLIANCES Refrigerators various sizes and colors; Ranges aos nnd electric in various sizes and colors; Washers and Dryers Various colors New and usel; Panasonic 16" color TV; Wringer washers Rebuilt and usel, Eureka vacuum; Mangle; 4 Toasters; 3-Antique washers; Sunbeam snow thrower; Pana- sonic lope recorder; Panasonic casselle player; Panasonic turntable. TRUCKS 1968- Ford [crinoline 100 Very pood condition 1966 G.M.C. !i ton. Hems Mqy Be Viewed Sunday, August 22nd 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, August 25fh 1 to 5 p.m. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Hurlburt Auction Service Ltd. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave. S. lelhbridge AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN lie. No. 41 Lie. No. 458 Eric Kiel-nils, former federal communications minister, has been appointed visiting profes- sor of economics, McGill Uni versity. It marks Iris return to the university after 11 years ah- sence. Mr. Kierans resigned from the Trudeau cabinet in April tliir yeai to criticize the ernment's handling of the eco- nomy. Between 1953 and I960, Mr. Kierans was professor of com- merce and economics and later director of the university's busi ness school. He left McGill to become president of the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges be- fore entering politics. The Prince of Wales has joined the jet air age with wings to prove it. After four months of inten- sive training with the Royal Air Force, Charles earned the ac- colade every would be pilot dreams about. He got his wings pinned on his tunic, evidence that he is checked out in jet aircraft. The prince made the grade quicker than most because he already had flown smaller air- craft. Retired deputy commissioner J. R. Bordeleao died at home in Hawkeshury, Ont., Ho was 62. Mr. Bordeleau began work with the RCMP in 1933 at Ot- Jury rules >vomaii poisoned TORONTO (CP) A coro- ner's jury decided Friday that Geraldine Heights, 46, of Owen Sound, Ont., was poisoned bv a "person or persons unknown who her strychnine and it recommended that relail sale of the poison be banned. The five man jury followed the recommendation of Coroner David Marshall that no crim- inal allegations should be made against anyone, although it termed the death a "culpable homicide." Mrs. Heignes died Feb. 20. 1970, in a Toronto hospital about 45 minutes after going inlo con- vulsions on a bus. Her husband, Rae, 5G, apparently shot him- self in his Owen Sound home Aug. 6, a few hours before he was lo have testified at the in- quest into his wife's death. New UN member UNITED NATIONS (AP) The United Nations Security Council recommended Wednes- day that the General Assembly admit Bahrein to membership in Iho United Nations. The as- sembly is expected (o endorse the council action at its session Iweinning Sept. 21. John Kennedy, 10, son of the late United States president, secretly spent two weeks on a nearby island camp for chil- dren of all social classes, it was confirmed at Plymouth. England. The cost for two! weeks was V Peter J. Nicolero, 53, of Oma- ha, Neb., has been found guilty of intentionally biting off a piece of his nephew's car din1-1 ing a scuffle in a judge's cham-; bers. Nicotero was charged with mayhem after the Nov. 6. 1970. incident which happened while a relative's will was being read. Alberta elk transplant announced TRAIL, B.C. (CP) Ninety- five elk Banff National Park in Alberta to mountains near this interior British Columbia city this fa as part of a trans planting project for hunters. The project, sponsored by the Trail Wildlife Association, be- gan last whiter when 30 of the animals were moved to the area. It is expected to produce its first harvest of elk in three to five years. Association spokesman Bud Muffly said provincial fish and wildlife officials will keep the hunting season on elk closed for three (o five years until the elk population grows to about This backhoe is built especially for you-il you depend on a last-cycling, nigged and reliable backhoe lo earn a bcllcrnrolil. f his special price is made possible by manufacturing economies resulting from buildmp a machine with only a very limited number ol factory options, You eel eel INese choices: 43.5 hp gasoline or diescl engine. Mechanical Shullle speeds foiward, Hydra- Shuttle (hydraulic reversing) A Torque Converter. nrU'-.'-ll. hackee. Anti-cavilation loader valves and anti-vandalism attachment arc standard. Ask your International Industrial Dealer In show you all the reasons Ihe integrally constructed International Hackhoc Special is your best buy. iviRccilrrf prkr, F.n B. IK- mmi.ln, 17V, Ulnr.khnc, INTERNATIONAL BACKHOE 04441 SPECIAL TO RENT OR PURCHASE IH INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT CONTACT INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 Stafford Drive, lalhbridgo Phone 327-3 US YOU ARE INVITED TO THE GRAND OPENING of CONTINENTAL APARTMENTS 1611 SCENIC HEIGHTS Official Opening Sunday, August 22nd at p.m.-Refreshments will be served VISIT THE BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY SUITES AND SEE HOW GRACIOUS LIVING CAN BE! All suitei feature: Colour co-ordinated stoves and fridges targe liveable balconies luxurious SHAG broadloom Handy in-suite storage Assigned parking with winter plug-in Year-round icenic view Near schools, shopping, churches, transporlalion CHILDREN WELCOME! Rentals: 1 bedroom suites with 669 sq. ft. have an early occupancy rent of only 2 bedroom suites start as low as Display suites furnished by: Renaissance Galleries, Capitol Furniture (Lethbridge) Ud-, Golden Delphi n Bath Boutique Professionally Managed by Developed by: Aronovitch Leipsic Alberta Limited Ithacan Development Group We wish to thank the following Lethbridge firms who made Continental Apartrments possible. General Contractor: GLEN LITTLE CONSTRUCTION LTD. Electrical: KING ELECTRIC (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. Plumbing and Heating: JOHN REIVE PLUMBING LTD. Stucco and Dry-wall: JOHN GUZOWSKI SCHULZ PAINTING DECORATING LTD Roofing: C. A. SHEET METAL LTD. Vinyl Windows, Aluminum Patio Doors TANCO MILLWORK LTD. Phone MR. DALE RUDE In Lethbridge, at 327-4065 Aronivitcli Leinsir Alberln Limited 614 6th Avanuo S. W., CALGARY 2, Alberta ;