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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Auguit 22, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Gas Rate Hearing ii r n-iMrFiFi TV WANTED THI CALGARY (CP) Tim Al- berta Public Utilities Board lias scheduled a hearing to be- gin Sept. 22 into an application by Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. Ltd. to increase rates. The increase would affect 31 southern Alberta communi- ties, including Calgary and Lethbridge, and raise the aver- age homeowners bill by to annually. At an initial hearing Friday, the board set aside eight days to hear the application. Calgary Mayor Rod Sykes said last week he would oppose the application and at Friday's hearing representatives from other southern Alberta com- munities indicated they would also object. Canadian Western cited high- er costs for natural gas and in creased operating expenses as reasons for higher rates. If board approval is granted the increase would become ef fective Feb. 1, 1971. IMMIGRATION DOWN Immigration to Ontario de clined 11 per cent in 1969 to a total of persons._____ INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES no. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Floor 517 41k Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 KtOIIAUWMB AWGI1.A YVONNE BAVfS Senate Skips DownWar Help Scheme It would also cut off financial e of Vicc-Prosidcnl Spiro Ag- CAWON member of the FBI's list of Ten Most Wanted fugitives New Chemicals Developed By FRANK CAREY WASHINGTON (AP) A team of Texas researchers said today it has developed chemi- GREGOR CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS Show us. Show yourself. In the Canadian Armed Force you'll have a real opportunity lor modern infantry training in man's world of action among men. We're interested in you and we look after you. You'll gel experience and good pay. You'll enjoy Ihe benefits of 30 days leave each year. As a the opportunity to see new places. The Military Career Coun- sellor will give you all the de- tails on the infantry-make your move. BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL 32 Noon to 8 p.m. Tuesday, August 25 THE CAMADIAW ARMED FORCES DR-70-3 als which could increase the jfectiveness of hebicides while ecreasuig environmental polk- on. The chemicals, called "wa- ter-degradable also be used as a pharmaceuti- al aid or in the packaging in- ustry, the researchers said. M L Beasley and B. L. Col- both of Austin Science As- ociates Inc., told of the devel- pment in a report to the tech- ical journal Science. Polymers are compounds cre- ted by the union of too or nore similar molecules. The ew compound has the same lements as the original but possesses a higher molecular reight and has different physi- cal properties. The new polymers differ from hose already discovered in that hey break dawn in the presence of moisture. STICKS TO PLANTS Tha when com- bined with conventional herbi- cides, produce a sticky resin which can be applied to plants. The addition of moisture causes the polymer to break down, releasing the herbicide. The researchers said conven tional weed and insect killers pollute water supplies becausi rain and irrigation wate washes away much of the chem ical. Farmers thus must use 1 times as much pesticide a would be normally needed, the) said. Tests of a polymerized on -grazing lands in Kansa "showed exceptional control" o weeds at application rates o one pound an acre. "No evidence for migration o herbicide was the re- searchers said. MIGHT AID DOCTORS Because the new chemica break down slowly in the pre ence of moisture, they conceive bly could be used, with med tines that need to be slowly re- leased within tlie body. They also could be used in conjunction with conventional packaging materials, the re- searchers said. The two scientists said "This wide class of water-degradable polymers offers great promise for the controlled release of her- bicides, insecticides fungi- des, rodenticides, defolian nd Pharmaceuticals." But they warned that "b i g n" polymeric formation ould have to be found befo ley could be used with met ines. WASHINGTON (Kcutcrs) -Tire Senate Friday adopted an amendment to prohibit United States financing of South Vietnamese, Thai and other non-American troops fighting in support of the Cambodian or Laotian WultlU illOU UUl. UI1 support for South Vietnamese roops who might be fighting in support of the Hoyal Laotian government, which also is in running battles with jommunisl forces. The vote was taken on mission to Agncw is to Nixon hile House in alif., Saturday f for his 10-da South Korea, a, South Vietn The Senate acted swmiy vnicp vote soon after Green, assistant secretary of state for Far Eastern was questioned by the foreign relations committee on the ministration's reported plans >rovide more than (CP) worth of aid to the and political Western Canada will Green clearly failed to by 55 teen-age vince leading members of from the four committee that the U.S. was at the second increasing its involvement seminar at Goldeye f Aug. The senate vote on the so-called mercenary issue came on an amendment 'by Senator J. William Fulbright Dem. Ark., lairman of the foreign topics as minorities in Western Canada, bilingualism, freight rates, the white paper on taxation, rural poverty and the rural exodus, are to be Manul VEN tions committee. It was SEWN WITH tached to pending POLYESTER weapons procurement IN HEM FOR The amendment would block reported administration ANDSTR r to provide financial support fo about 5.000 Thai volunteers >eing prepared for action in Cambodia to support the Lon Nol CLINIC Certified Dentnl Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. Gems of TO CON COVER AND L PRESENTED WEEKLY 1 VAN OPT CUSTOM INTERIORS SUPPLIERS OF BUILDING MATERIAL LETHBRIDGE No voice of prayer to Thee can rise, 1 But swift as light Thy love >e- Not always what we ask, jre But, O most Kind, what most we confer with mission was not men- tioned during Thursday's de- bate on American war assist- ance, but congressional sources said the issue of American fi- nancing of the Cambodia and Laotian governments against North Vietnamese and Viet Cong attacks was certain to bs part of his Asian discussions. FOB FORT MACLEOD 2000 BUSHEL GRAIN STORAGE UNIT SUPER-TOUGH FULCON REINFORCED PLASTIC Manufactured by Inland Plastics, Olds, Alberta SUPER TOUGH; WATERPROOP I REINFORCED PLASTIC (TWO WEIGHTS AVAILABLE) INTERVALS TO SECURE COVER SNOW FENCE LINED WITH REINFORCED PLASTIC CLOTH [IT BREATHES) This 22' diameier circular grain storage unit can be put into use in minutes, then be rolled up and stored when not in use. Is constructed in super-tough reinforced plastic to insure long lasting service. Store grain safely at 3 fraction of normaf SEVERAL OPTIONS AVAILABLE BUY ONLY WHAT YOU NEED Order early and avoid delay AVAILABLE NOW AT; Manufacturing Co. Ltd. PHONE 234-3977 PO. BOX 435 FORT MACLEOD, ALBERTA TOOD FOR THOUGHT ACROSS 1 Source of Blue Nile. 6 Modified leaf. 11 dancer. 15 Abrade. 20 First-rate. 21 Gourmand. 22 Means of access. 23 Goes by plane. 24 Chateau Yquem; e.g. 26 Cabbage of a sort. 28 Timetable listing. 29 Willing. 30 Pierce. 32 E. Indian soldier. 33 Relative: abbr. 34 Pealed. 36 Girl's name, 38 Siouans. 40 Thorough- fares: abbr. 41 WWII pilot. 42 all evil." 1 Crown. 2 Kick, 3 Pewter coin. 4 Christmas. 5 Fruit. 6 Thick slices off the haunch. 7 Tartar steak, e.g. 8 Monkshood. 9 Patchwork. 10 Unexpected pleasures. 11 products of Madison Ave. 12 African worms, 13 Grimaces. 14 Snatches away: rare. 15 Hardened, 44 Cease: 46 Indian drug: Kipling. 4B Stew. 51 stioshonesi 54 Neighbor- hood. 56 Intense sounds. 60 Gaffe. 61 Optometry term. 64 African, dialect: var. 65 Biblical character. 66 Lotus tree. 67 Bargain sale 68 Stitch. 70 Roman cloak: van 7J Sinbad's bird. 72 Shoemaker tools. 73 Platter. sounds. 80 Mexican 110 Quiescent. favorites. 112 Tryst. 82 Nothing: Fr- 113 Gladly: Ger. 114 Personnel nuclei. 115 Huzzahs. 117 Raps: si. 119 Furnish. 121 Obscenity. 124 Inhabitant: suff. 126 Holland cheese. 128Quahog. 129 Three feet. 133 Propeller, 134 Suiting. pan 138 Solo. 140 Neckpiece, 141 Hot dogs. 144 Tow! sauce. 83 Consumi escargots. 85 Remitted. 86 How to economize, maybe. 89 Cash register. 90 Brinks. 93 Trouble. 94 Red dye. 95 Gossip; colloq. 96 Slope. 97 Erroneous form for Portuguese coin. 98 Cut at one 147 Penthouse. bob 143 Dole out. 101 Signet. 149 Obliterate. 150 Harangues 151 Stalk. 102 Progeny. 103 Metal beam. S0u..u3. 104 Voyaging. 76 Rubber tree. 77 Cuss out. at Gettysburg. 152 Editor's instruction. 153 Grates. 154 Gorged. DOWN 16 Personal pronoun. 17 Howling monkey. 18 Plus 19 Prevent: law. 20 Former ruler. 25 Scotch, sans mixer. 27 Used on violin bows. 31 Pertaining to plants. 55 Stableman. 37 Behind. 39 Out of 41 Violin section. 43 Pronoun. 45 Minute. 47 Not taboo. 48 Tail ends. 49 Cupid's 50 An aid to shopping. 52 Overhead railway. 53 English sheepwalkc 55 Stocks and bonds, 57 Gun part. 58 Hole in one. 59 Dirks. 61 Old tar. ,62 Necessary, 63 Wigwam. 66 Gloria 69 Arms, 72 Mountain crest. 73 Specks. 74 Lounge. 75 Clever. 78 Biblical name. 79 City on the Orne. SO Saber handle. 81 Succor. 83 Son of Chislon. 84 Device to measure plane speed 86 Kind of metabolism. B7 Western mountain range. 88 Though! 2wds. 90 Forbids. 91 English author. 92 Fathers. 95 Protects, 96 Breakfast dish. 99 Sassy: dial var. 101 Bristles. 102 Ice pinnacle 103 One of the Roosevelts, 105 Miscellany. 107 Chart. 108 You and I- 109 Scratcht 111 Klepto- maniac. 114 Journeys, in 121 Div the South 122 Duke of West. Bassano. UeWickerwork 123 Curare, strainers, as 125 Heron, for malt 127 Region of 118 Arabia. 130 Diminish. 132 Periods of time. "134 Snow shoe. 135 Diminutive ending. 137 Island west of 139 Site Taj Mahal. 142 Sudden, sharp cold. 143 Establish. 145 Religious order: abbr. 146 Inform: si. APPOINTMENT Gordon G. Palerson, Prcsid.nl of Mercury is pleased I" anounce the appointment of Guy J. Peloqu.n as Service Manager at College Mercury. the general motoring public. We ut College Mercury, like you ;li> public, extend o warm welcome to Guy and his family. h AVINUt t STHET, IMl SHUT 1 AVINUI, IITHBI1IOOE, AllHTA Service Dept. 6th Avenue and 6th St. S. Phone 327-5763 Diagramlcss 17 Gallon Jr. ACROSS I Cultivated land. New York's Bridge. I Second largest suspension bridge: U.S. II Tubes. 12 Assam silkworm, 13 Smooths. B Stately residences. 16 Persons, 17 Manner of movement. 18 Lamprey. 21 Alborgers. 23 Member of the family. 24 Vote. 27 Decays. 28 Brilliant colored fish. non grata. 30 Eagle of the sea, 31 Odorous medicines. 33 Military 48 Cooking manual; abbr. order. 34 Vaporized, 36 Fuel container. 37 Prize. 33 Cuts and fries, 39 Hindu monkshood 40 Helsinki residents. 41 Newt. 42 Gem. 43 Mud. 44 Wisdom. 17 First pope. 49 Fees for crossing. EOThnrton Wilder's bridge. 53 Sawtooth. 54 Arranges in layers. DOWN 1 Van Gogh painted tha span at 2 Frees. 3 Presidential nickname. 4 College official. 5 Silver. 6 Imbibes to excess. 7 Paddles. 3 Donates. 9 Cravat. 10 Painting stands. 11 Glass sheets, 13 it spans the Seine, 14 New York's Bridge. 15 Islet. 17 Pacific isiand. 19 Concealer of goods. 20 Britain's Bridge. 21 Gown, 23 Footless. 24 and call. 25 Land measures. 26 Pools. 22 Blood trunks. 23 Minerals. 29 Fasteners. 31 Soul: Fr. 32 Follow. 35 Perfumes. 37 Old Irish nobles. S9 Gorilla. 40 Becomingly. Egg dish. 43 Scuttle. 15 Federal agency; init. 46 Vases. 47 Harbors. 49 Former ruler. 51 Swiss eantoit. 62 Passion, CRYPTOGHAMS l.ASK WOAZZFAOK DIPPSY LKKITWM WOAZZYK ZFAOKX 1-U.ME LNUGN WORDMANOLDER SOLUTIONS OF LAST TKEK'S IW.ZLE5 JI I Jl F E A FAG? jiv Nathan W. Harrii e. ZYXWVUTYSBO: POVKVKQYPOT. WY-UMUZSVPMN, INT 3.TFF PTSKRZ RKRF ZRTP YPF PTS- Last Week's By Earl Ireland 1. Snail-eiting (M over matter. 2. The lory? History fells his story. 3. 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