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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, August 57, 1970 TH! IETHBRIDSI HRAID 19 Oooops! VERNON, B.C. (CP) City Engineer Ed Ouchi founi! what IK thought was a Japanese Maple in Poison Park in this Okanagan Valley city and nur- tured it careMly for 10 days. The only trouble was, he could not remember planting Japanese Maple when he help- ed lay the park out. An RCMP officer helped him with identification. The thriv- ing, 10-inch high Canadian mar- ijuana plant now is in police headquarters. While They Last! 1970 TOYOTA COROLLAS TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Located at General Farm Supplies Coults Highway Phone 327-3165 _ "NOTHING HURTS OUCH! ME" J ohn Chavez, 8, and thousands of others were inoculated as a diphtheria epidemic continued in San Antonio, Tex. At left he casts a wary eye as Dr. Sidney Brockman prepares to give shot with injection "gun." It hurt, but John recovered. _____ Prepaid Dental Contract Signed CALGARY (CP) A pre-, paid dental insurance plan, covering Alberta resi- dents, was signed here by the Alberta Dental Services Cor- poration, three food marketing companies and two labor unions. Dr. M. J. Lipkind, president of the dental society, said the plan is the first in Alberta and negotiations are under way to include several other groups in similar schemes. Under the plan, the market- ing companies contribute five cents to a trust fund for each hour worked by each em- ployee. The fund is then used to pay up to 60 per cent of the dental costs incurred by the employee and his dependents. Employees make no contribu- ions. The companies Involved are Canada Safeway Ltd., L-Mart Ltd., and Woodwards Depart- ment Stores with the employees covered either members of Lo- cal 397 of the Retail Clerks Union or Local 393 of the Re- tail Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America. Dr. Lipkind said the plan is aimed at high-quality dental care and goes beyond basic coverage. Included are x-rays, oral ex- amination, fluoride applica- tions, diet advice, teeth and New Car Engine Durable In- FOR RENT Building with Sq. Ft. or Less Located on 3rd Avenue with good parking Feasible for any type of business Write Box 24, Lethbridge Herald SUMMER CLEARANCE SPECIALS 1 only USED 9 FT. BOAT. I only 10 FT. BOAT. Res. TRI-HUU 12 FT. CARTOP BOATS. 5239 Reg. W 14 FT BOAT 40 H.P. MERCURY MOTOR, TRAIIER, 1 JAQ ,te. Reg. 1-NiW HYDRA CYCLE with 25 h.p. motor. (S729 Reg. 1-NEW SIX-SLEEPER WOODS BARON CAMP TRAILER 16 FT. CANOES. 7.S h.p. MERCURY 1 only- 10 h.p. MERCURY I new 14 Glastron Jet Flite with 80 h.p. Mercury, Speedo tach, trailer, etc. Res. 20% DISCOUNT ON ALL ACCESSORIES PURCHASED WITH ANY OF THE ABOVE ITEMS. SILVER STAR INDUSTRIES 6th Ave. end 4th St. S. Phone 328-4850 or P.O. Box 15, lethbridge J" SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) venter Wallace Minto said today his Freon-powered, pollution fighting auto engine will run hours, more than 50 times the life of the conven- tional internal combustion en- gine. Minto, president of Kinetics Corp., announced earlier this week the signing of a contract with Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., of Japan, manufacturer of the Dat- sun automobile. He said in an interview that about 100 of the engines will be i- placed in Datsun automobiles in L972 for a year of highway test- ing. The engine is much the same Compensaion Application Turned Down EDMONTON (CP) An ap- plication for compensation for pecuniary loss resulting from the death of her daughter was refused to Vavh E. Edwards of Medicine Hat. Mrs. Edward's son in law, Marcel Parrish, was convicted of manslaughter in December, 1969 for the death of his wife Janice and Mrs. Edwards claims she incurred liability on a loan made to the couple. The Crimes Compensation Board said that under the act only persons incapacitated and in actual financial need be- cause of a criminal act of some other person can receive com- pensation. Adult High School Lethbridge Community College School of Continuing Education FALL SEMESTER: and Mafriculaticn begin Wednesday, September 2, eptember 3, and end Wednesday, December 17 or Thursday, December 18. Upgrading September 29 and end Thursday, December 10 Each course operate, two evening, per week p.m. Ihr.ughout the 16- week schedule. COURSES OFFERED HIGH SCHOOL MATRICULATION BIOLOGY 130 MW CHEMISTRY 130.............. TT ENGLISH 130 ................TT FRENCH 130 .................TT MATHEMATICS 130.......... MW MATHEMATICS 131 TT PHYSICS 130 MW SOCIAL STUDIES 130......... MW HIGH SCHOOL PREPARATORY BIOLOGY 120 TT CHEMISTRY 120 ENGLISH 120 TT FRENCH 120 MW MATHEMATICS MW MATHEMATICS 120 .........MW PHYSICS 120 ................TT FABRICS 20 and 30 times and dates to be announced. UPGRADING Basic English TT English 80 TT Mathematics 80............. MW Science 80 MW TT indicates classes will operate each Tuesday and Thursday MW indicates classes will operate each Monday and Wednesday Courses labelled 130 are equivalent to th. regular Grade XII eve subjects. Courses labelled 120 are equivalent to the regular Grade XI eve subject.. Courses labelled 110 are equivalent to the regular Grade X level sub.ects. CREDITS RECEIVED MAY BE USED FOR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR FOR CKfcUils Kti. UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE in a regular high school may not register in the evening High School Program without permission ef the principal ef the high school. __ Deadline, for application in eachcourse is one week prior to the dale scheduled for the class to begin. Tuition fees listed for each course ore based on the length of the course and the materials and equipment provided. Registration may be made in person at the College or by mailing the completed application form together with the requir- The. Co'llege reserves the right to with- draw any course for which there Is in- sufficient demand. People who have registered in a course which has to be cancelled will be notified and will have fees refunded. For Further Information Please Contact: SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION lelhbridgc Community College Icthbrldge, Alberta 327-2141 REGISTRATION FORM Please complete this form and return It, together with the prescribed fee, to the School of Continuing Education, Leth- bridge, Alberta. NAME Address........................... Telephone Occupation....... I v.-ish io register in the following course Course Name Course Name.......... Fee: Receipt No...........Date as the steam engines which lowered such famous cars as the Stanley Steamer early in the century. But it uses Freon instead of water to provide steam and Minto said he can get about iree tunes as much horse- power from his engine as from an equivalent water steam en- gine. HAS TWO MOVING PARTS "Our engine has only two moving parts, helical gears that when high pressure Freot is squirted against Minto said. "There's no trans mission or drive shaft, so we save a great deal of weighl there. "You can use any kind of fue! to heat the boiler, but we prefer kerosene because it has no leac and emits very few pollutants.' Freon is a liquid chemica manufactured by DuPont Co. I flows into the boiler controlte by a solid state computer the size of a pack of cigarettes Here it is converted to gas to be driven against the helica gears, fiien converted back to liquid through a condenser and used again. Minto said the first production models probably will cost f good bit more than present Dat suns, but he added: "When we start mass producing these en gines at a million a year or so they should cost 10 to 20 per cent less than present cars They're easier to make. "One possibility we're looking at is selling an engine and chas sis, and letting the buyer re- place the Fiberglas body every year or so." Prisoner Parole Law Rewritten KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) Prisoners from federal peniten tiaries released free under the old remission laws now will be required to report to a paroli officer until their sentences ex pire, Solicitor-General George Mcllraith said in a statemen released here Friday. The law, part of Bin C150 amended the Criminal Code, the Parole Act and the Penitentiary Act. All prisoners sentenced or transferred to federal peniten tiaries after Aug. 1 of this year will be affected. Prior to this section becoming law, prisoners released as a re- sult of remission or "gooi time" were not requierd to sub- mit to supervision. Under the new system, a pris oner can earn three days off his total sentence for each month he spends in prison. When he gets remission, he must report to a parole officer until his sent ence expires. Mr. Mcllraith said the num her of prisoners who break pa- role is extremely low and man- datory supervision would fur- ther reduce the number of per- sons who commit offences after their release. He said that of prison ers released on parole since 1961, only have been re- turned to penitentiary for parole violation. A Year For Jel Pilots CHICAGO (AP) A contract reported to provide guaranteed pay and salaries as. high as a year for 747 jumbo-jet pilots of United Air Ijnes was ratified today by the master ex- ecutive council of the Air Line Pilots Association. .heir supporting structures, mdgework and dentures. An employee's wife or No. 358 Aloft MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet Union launched No. 358 in its series of unmanned Cosmos sat- ellites Thursday, the official news agency Tass announced Friday. MALE UNIVERSITY UNDER GRADUATES ARE YOU A LEADER? Anyone will tell you that the Leaders are enjoying the advantages of military training and University subsidization through the Regular Officer Training Plan If you plan to enter or return to University in the fall of 1970 as an Undergrad, you should know about the op- portunities that the Canadian Armed Forces can offer you as an ROTP cadet. You would continue your civilian studies toward a degree at your University. To learn more about this excellent plan, come in, telephone or write to: CANADIAN FORCES RECRUITING CENTRE, 115 8th Avenue S.W. (On The Mall) Calgary 2, Alberta. Phon.: 269-6736 THE REGULAR OFFICER TRAINING PLAN FOR UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATES band is covered under the plan and all children to age 21, or 25 a full-time student. Photogroyj glasses They know when to turn on... id off an They darken -when it's sunny and bright. Then clear indoors and at night. Smoothly. Comfortably. Automatically. A neutral gray that never hides your eyes, doesn't disturb natural coloring. Corning created the glass. We make the glasses to your prescription. Just come in and ask. OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 30S-7th. ST. S. LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3608 _ Harvest Bonanza WAIVER OF FINANCE ON ALL WINDROWERS WITH APPROVED CREDIT INTERNATIONAL MODEL 161 S.P. SWATHER 16 foot platform Water cooled MODEL 163 S.P. SWATHER 16 foot platform. Water cooled MODEL 201-16 FOOT S.P. SWATHER HAY CONDITIONER Dual Drive Wheeli. Water cooled engine. (705) JOHN DEERE 200A S.P. WINDROWER 16 foot platform. 30 h.p. MASSEY FERCUSQN NO. 30 16 FOOT P.T.O. MASSEY FERGUSON NO. 30 16 FOOT P.T.O. SWATHER 10% INTEREST ON COMBINES WITH APPROVED CREDIT. INTERNATIONAL 1964 MODEL 403 COMBINE 13 foot platform, cab, straw MASSEY HARRIS 1944 MODEL 410 COMBINE 14 foot platform, McCoy-Renn pickup, hydraulic reel lift, power steering, straw INTERNATIONAL 1965 MODEL 403 COMBINE 14 foot platform, straw chopper, cab, power steering. (897) MASSEY HARRIS MODEL 410 COMBINE 14 foot platform, McCoy-Renn pickup, lights, hydraulic reel lift, power steering, straw MASSEY HARRIS 1959 MODEL 92 COMBINE 14 foot platform, cab, grain tank extensions, 9 foot Innes pickup, straw MASSEY HARRIS 1959 MODEL 92 COMBINE 14 foot platform, power steering, cab, 9' Innfi! pickup, straw spreader. (988) MASSEY HARRIS 1959 MODEL 92 COMBINE 14 foot platform, 9 foot Innes pickup, straw spreader, rebuilt engine, power MASSEY HARRIS 1959 MODEL 92 COMBINE 14 foot platform, power steering, cab, 9 foot Innes pickup, straw MASSEY HARRIS COMBINE 14 foot platform, straw spreader, power steering, Sund pickup. (739) INTERNATIONAL 1968 MODEL 503 COMBINE 12 foot bell power steering, 13 foot platform, straw chopper, INTERNATIONAL 1965 MODEL 403 COMBINE 14 foot plotform, I.H. belt pickup, straw chopper, cab, power 1969 SUND RAKE PICK UP FOR I.H. MODEL 503 Variable speed pickup drtvi. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Mm Sales Service H LJ 304 Stafford Drive, Lethbridge, Alberta Phone: Doug at 758-6555; Henry at 328-3265, or dob at 327-3125 ;