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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta August 21, 1974 LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Dateline Alberta Draw system for hunters EDMONTON (CP) Alberta lands and forests announced Tuesday a special authorization will be required to hunt anterless elk during an open season in southern Alberta this fall. Hunters will also be required to register their kills. The season will extend from Nov. 19 through Nov. 30 in big game zones 9, 10, and 11, all south of the Bow River. Gordon Kerr, fish and wildlife division director, said that a draw system will be used to reduce the number of hunters and distribute them more evenly through the designated hunting areas. Each authorization will be for a specific wildlife management unit. Fish deaths natural CALGARY (CP) Natural causes have been cited by provincial biologists in the death of hundreds of whitefish in McGregor Lake Reservoir 80 miles southeast of Calgary. The fish were found floating belly-up on the banks of the lake about three weeks ago after an unusually hot speell during July. Perch and pike were not affected. "It would now appear to be a natural phenomenon as against anything said Gerry Thompson, a provincial fisheries biologist in Calgary. Energy centre planned CALGARY (CP) Plans for an energy research institute at the University of Calgary will be completed early next month, university president Dr. William Cochrane said Tuesday. Details of funding, administration and constitution of the institute have been largely worked out, he said, but a formal agreement will be signed in two or three weeks by provincial, federal, university and oil industry officials. The institute, proposed a year ago, will be developing an economic research ability in all phases of energy from petroleum, coal and hydro to nuclear power. Yancey the Great dies EDMONTON (CP) Funeral services will be held Thursday for George Victor Yancey, known to a generation of Edmonton football players and fans as Yancey the Great. He died Sunday at 79. He started playing football with Edmonton Eskimos in 1920 and gained recognition for his strength and speed on the left middle wing. He went with the Eskimos to their first Grey Cup game in 1921, a 23-0 loss to Toronto Argonauts. He retired from football the following year after tearing ligaments when his foot was trapped in a gopher hole on the football field. Mr. Yancey was also known in Edmonton for his boxing exploits and skills in throwing the shotput and the caber. Mr. Yancey worked as a switchman with the CNR at Edmonton at the time of his retirement in 1957. GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET H L Pre. Lethbridge...... 61 48 Medicine Hat 59 43 Pincher Creek... 64 45 Edmonton 61 45 Grande Prairie 69 44 .01 Banff........... 66 48 .05 Calgary......... 59 45 Victoria 65 44 Prince Rupert... 57 52 .28 Penticton....... 79 47 Kamloops....... 79 54 Vancouver...... 66 50 Saskatoon....... 59 38 Regina 61 48 Winnipeg 61 50 .95 Toronto......... 84 55 Ottawa......... 83 58 Montreal 80 57 St. John's....... 65 49 Halifax......... 80 59 Charlottetown 77 55 FORECAST Lethbridge, Calgary Mainly sunny today. Isolated evening showers or thunder showers. Highs around 65. Thursday sunny. Lows 35 to 40. High near 70. Medicine Hat region Today and Thursday cloudy periods with a few evening showers or thundershowers. Gusty southerly winds this afternoon. High both days near 65. Lows near 40. Columbia Kootenay Today and Thursday sunny in the Kootenays both mornings, otherwise mostly cloudy. A few afternoon and evening showers and isolated thunderstorms both days except a few showers persisting overnight in the northern Columbia areas. Highs both days 70 to 75 except in the mid-60s in the North Columbia area. Lows tonight 45 to 50. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Sunny periods and warmer today with rain ending extreme east this morning. Parly cloudy and warmer Thursday with chance of a few afternoon showers. Highs today 65 to 75. Lows tonight 40 to 55. Highs Thursday 75 to 85. West of Continental Divide Variable cloudiness with widely scattered afternoon showers today and Thursday. Slightly warmer days. High temperatures 70 to 80. Lows tonight 40s. CROWN ROCK PICKERS HYDRAULIC DRIVEN ROTARY Now is the time to buy a rotary or the 400 Crown Rock Picker while at SPRING PRICES See Ken Thompson or Ken Dickton At GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 PORTS OF ENTRY opening and closing times: Carway 6 a.m. to 12 midnight; Chief Mountain 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Coutts open 24 hours; Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Kingsgate open 24hours; Porthill-Rykerts 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.; 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Rooseville 8 a.m. to midnight. (Times in Mountain Daylight Time.) Probe hears city hall names in diary EDMONTON (CP) A Fort McMurray, Alta., developer told a judicial inquiry Tuesday he didn't know why the names of Edmonton city hall officials appeared in his diary. Douglas Bodie told the inquiry into Edmonton city hall affairs that he was "surprised" when he reviewed his diary for Dec. 17, 1973, and discovered a notation reading: "Raphael, Mayor, Una Evans, George Hughes.'-' Raphael Ghermezian is an Edmonton developer with whom Mr. Bodie and two partners worked on a proposed Fort McMurray shopping centre. Mrs. Evans is an alderman and George Hughes is chief commissioner. Asked about the notation, Mr. Bodie said: "I can't make any special significance of it. I don't recall why I made it. Nothing followed from it." Mr. Bodie said Raphael and his brother, Eskanadar, occasionally mentioned that they were having problems with city officials over proposed developments and suggested that Mr. Bodie "see some of the aldermen" about the problems. But Mr. Bodie said he "never took it seriously and as evidence I never had meetings with anybody for them." He added he had not seen Edmonton mayor Ivor Dent or Aid. Evans for about five years, with the exception of ''a couple of social occasions." He had never met Mr. Hughes. "The Ghermezians were aware my family name was not unknown at city hall and I had had contact at various times with some aldermen and because of that, I was kidded quite often by the said Mr. Bodie, son of former alderman Les Bodie. Referring to testimony by the Ghermezians, commission counsel Greg Forsyth asked Mr. Bodie if he recalled saying he knew Aid. Alex Fallow and wo'uld get the alderman off the Ghermezians' back. Mr. Bodie said he did not recall saying it. CONTROVERSIAL MONEY The inquiry, in its 13th day, was called after Aid. Alex Fallow said he had been offered by the Ghermezians after he had voted favorably on a rezoning that permitted establishment of a shopping centre proposed by the brothers. Raphael Ghermezian has testified that Aid. Fallow asked for the During Mr. Bodie's evidence Tuesday, the name of Rhys Eyton, vice-president of Pacific Western Airlines, was mentioned. Mr. Bodie said he had seen Mr. Eyton in October, 1973, to discuss a "cattle venture" in connection with a public Library service urged EDMONTON (CP) A government operated library service to establish and en- force standards for library services has been recommended in a report commissioned by the provin- cial government. The report, by L. W. Downey Research Associates Ltd., also described the current library system as fragmented and suggested that the government increase its funding. Provincial financial support to libraries has not changed since 1966 and the available funds, "systematically eroded by inflation, are widely held to be inadequate for providing reasonable library service. The-report said that while urban libraries generally ranged from adequate to superior in services offered. 89 per cent of rural public libraries failed to meet a minimum standard. "Without the dedication and commitment of community volunteers, library trustees and the staff of the libraries division of the department of culture, youth and recreation, the situation in rural areas would be far worse." An Alberta Library and In- formation Network (ALINET) could be in- strumental in updating the library system, the report said. offering being made by a company with which Mr. Bodie was associated. Mr. Eyton was previously mentioned by Aid. Fallow, who owns a hotel in Yellowknife located on land leased from PWA. Aid. Fallow said he discussed the feasibility of a hotel in Fort McMurray with Mr. Eyton. Mr. Bodie was also asked how he reacted when Eskandar Ghermezian asked him how he would like Aid. Fallow for a partner. Mr. Bodie said he "placed no special importance" on the exchange where the question was made and thought no more of it. ATTENTION FEEDLOT OPERATORS What are you doing about the high cost of barley9 Are you using silage corn to its maximum potential' Silage corn for sale 7 miles north on Broxburn Road Inquiries invited Box 1315 Coaldale Phone 327-9048 FRIENDS'N NEIGHBOURS MELDS 318 6th Street South BACK TO SCHOOL. SALE: Thurs., Fri., Sat., August WHILE QUANTITIES LAST 70 STORES SERVING B.C., ALBERTA AND SASKATCHEWAN SWEATER SPECTACULAR Ladies' and Teens' Sweaters. A back-to-school fashipn "74" Accessory. Vests, short and long sleeve pullovers and cardigans. Wide array of pat- terns colours styles. S, M, L. Reg. Value to 10.98 BACK-TO-SCHOOL and LADIES' AND TEENS' WEAR PANT TOPS AND BLOUSES Long or short sleeve styling and some full button front. Polyester and acetate print for easy care. Sizes 10-18 and 38-44 Reg. to 8.98 BACK-TO- SCHOOL 5 99 LESS THAN Va PRICE PRETTY POLLY PANTY HOSE Smart fall shades. One size fits 95-150 Ibs. 5'-5'8" Reg. 99C 44 LADIES' PANTS- SOLIDS AND PATTERNS Pull on styling. 100% polyester stitched front, crease wide waists Machine washable and dry- able Size 10-18 Reg. 10.98. BACK-TO- SCHOOL 7 99 LADIES'SKIRTS 100% Polyester Button front or gore style. 14" length in attractive solid colours. Sizes 8 to 16 Reg. 8.98. BACK-TO-SCHOOL LADIES' TOPS AND T-SHIRTS Long and short sleeve T-shirts of 100% nylon rib Necklines include Mock, V, and Turtle BACK-TO-SCHOOL 5 99 O99 GIRLS' AND KIDDIES' WEAR GIRLS' JACKETS Sherpa or Fur Trim Jackets are a welcome to your fall wardrobe. Ski Jacket is pile lined, nylon cire outer trim slash pockets. Bomber cire with sherpa trim Sizes 7-14 Reg. 12.98. BACK-TO- SCHOOL 10 88 GIRLS' SWEATERS 100% Acrylic in the latest styles and new Fall colours. Embroidered and plains, long sleeve cardigan and pull- overs. Sizes 8-14. Reg. to 5.98.................. GIRLS' PLAID PANTS Beautiful Fall plaids of 100% Acrylic completely washable also some denirn stretch styles Sizes 7-14. Reg. to 6.98.................. KIDDIES' SWEATERS Just arrived. New for Fall Pullovers and Cardigans in 100% orlon or acrylic. Boys' and Girls' styles also for tod- dlers Sizes 2 to 6x. BACK-TO-SCHOOL TODDLERS' AND KIDDIES' PANTS Machine washable tough wearing pants. Cotons and nylons, plain and patterns in smart colours. Sizes 2-6x. Reg. Value to 4.98............ 399 499 2 2 MISCELLANEOUS SLEEPING BAGS Cham wide purchase of quality sleep- ing bags, considered slight subs. Finished size Reg. 17.95 NOW AT ONE LOW PRICE LUNCH KITS Dome style kit. Colourful plastic, sturdy long life hinge, tough snap action latch, easy grip handle complete with 10 oz bottle BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL FLAT CHARACTER KIT Includes Snoopy. Roadrunner. Barbie, etc Complete with 10 oz. thermos bottle. BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL WEBSTER DICTIONARY A must for every student. ONLY Q99 O99 290 57' BOYS' WEAR BOYS' CORDUROY SLACKS Fine pinwale cotton cord with belt looped waist in shades of brown, navy, green, etc. Sizes 8-16. BACK-TO- SCHOOL SPECIAL 3110 00 ROYS'SKI JACKETS Instructor style 100% nylon Schuss outer and polyester insulation Warmth without weight. Colours in royal or red. Sizes S. M. L, XL Reg. 12.98 BOYS' CORDUROY SLACKS -BY G.W.G. First quality jean style of 100% cotton Excellent colours in medium wale cord with popular flare leg Sizes 7 to 12. Reg. 9.95..................... Sizes 13 to 18. Reg. 10.95 6 yes BOYS' NAVY DENIM JEANS Made in Canada. oz. cotton denim in popular jean style with flare leg. Size 8 to 18. Reg. 8.98.................... BOYS' DRESS OR SPORT SHIRTS Jacquards long sleeve styling Nylon. Polyester knits, assorted pat- terns Sizes 8 to 16. SPECIAL 5 2 SPECIAL OFFER BOYS' DRESS BY MCGREGOR Orion and nylon blends in ribbed nylon cushion sole and soft step. Reg. 1.49 pair................ BOYS' FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS Pipe edge 100% cotton, assorted bright prints. Size 8 to 12. SPECIAL ACRYLIC PULLOVERS This Fall's -favorite Boys' mock turtle neck assorted jacquard patterns with smart raglan sleeves. Sizes 8 to 14. SPECIAL BOYS' DRESS SOCKS Textured nylon or cushion sole Sizes for both big boys and little boys Reg. 968 388 master charge MEN'S CORDUROY JACKETS "Borg Pile Lined Smart basic style corduroy jacket with 100% orlon pile liner Zipper front, self collar, and two slash pockets Reg. 19.95 14 88 MEN'S NYLON SCHUSS SKI JACKETS 100% Orion pile lined Practical draw string waist. brown, loden. Sizes S. M. L. XL Reg. 14.95 10 MEN'S JACKETS Jean style corduroy jacket, by a famous American maker (you'll recognize the label instantly) Metal button front-closure flap pockets Colours- Navy brown, burgundy Slight irregulars if first would be 18 95 Sizes 36-44 SPECIAL 6 99 CO-ORDINATE WITH LAND-LUBBER Corduroy boot jeans Popular style, first quality, recognizable label Brown navy, grey Sizes 28 to 36 SPECIAL MEN' FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS Blend of polyester cotton. Perma full cut Wide arrangement of patterns and colours. Sizes S. M. L, XL SPECIAL 5 4 99 99 FISHERMAN'S KNIT PULLOVER Popular Acrylic Sweater in bulky knit, cable stitch design in back and front Long sleeve, turtle or crew neck Bone shade only Sizes in S. M, L, XL Reg. 11.98. BACK-TO- SCHOOL 8 99 MCGREGOR "HAPPY FOOT" 25% Made of wool, cotton and nylon Stretch to fit 10-12 Assorted plain shades. Reg. 1.75.................... PENMANS T SHIRTS 100% cotton, first quality with crew neck and short sleeves. White only. Sizes S. M. L. XL Reg. 2.25.................... PENMAN BRIEFS Fortrel and cotton, m low rise cut Colours include blue, green, gold or white Sizes S. M. L Reg. 1.69.................... CORDUROY JEANS- BY G.W.G. First quality in the popular smooth jean style fitting Western pockets and flared leg In fashion shades Sizes 28 to 36 Reg. 15.95................... 1 1 30 DRESS SOCKS Stretch textunzed nylon in plain or neat patterns Colours include navy, grey, arown. gold or black Fits sizes 10-12 1" gee MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS AND DRESS SHIRTS Smart new patterns for Fall at big savings. All perma press 65% polyester, 35% cotton Regular long point collar and long sleeves with button cuff Checks, pattern or plain in assorted colours Sizes S, M, L, XL, and 14'4 to 17 Reg. 6.98. BACK-TO- SCHOOL 4 99 ;