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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ______Friday, August 35, 1972 _ THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 17 Damage to escort ship exaggerated OTTAWA (CP) Defence Minister Edgar Benson says the extent of corrosion damage to Hie destroyer escort Ilesti- gouche lias been greatly exag- gerated. Corrosion damage resulting from a cleaning operation at Halifax Ship Yards Lid. has been estimated by some sources at million' The ship was built at a cost ol mil- lion in Ihe mid-l'J50s. Mr. said the damage was found during trials of Iles- Licence plate licence taboo AN OUTSTANDING HAIRDO Twonty-yeor-old Barb Raney would be a standout in any crowd with this hair- style, the rcsull of volls at one-tenth of a milli- amp passing through her bcdy. She was touching a large metal sphero wh.ch par! of a Van da Graaf static generator at Ontario Hydro d.splay at th, clian National Exhibii.on in Toronto. electro- i Cana- TORONTO (CP) Ex- pecting '.he worst, the Ontario government ha.s prepared a list of 323 words residents cannot have on their new li- cence plates. With the introduction of multi-year plates, the govern- ment is allowing car drivers to pick a combination of threo letters and three num- bers for a fee. However, motorists will not bo allowed to choose a plata with that other word for don- key, for instance. That's under the ban. The Ontario government also has banned SEX and a number of three-letter epi- thets for racial and national groups. Also on the provincial ban are KDP aJid CCF. The ministry of trans- p o r t a t i o n and commu- nications sent for and re- ceived the blacklists of every jurisdiction in North America that uses letters in licence numbers. The list of three-letter no-no words stretches on and on and covers seven languages. It comes down hard on tlie drug culture, POT and f-SD are 0-U-T. However MDA, the chem- ical known as tha "love drug" will begin a scries of licence plates for medical oclors. Transport minister Gordon arton said the province ex- acts lo sell between and of the specially-or- eicd plates. There are about licenced vehicles in he province. Only Three Feathers blends a light four year old with a smooth mellow eight year olrj. Join the light brigade. PARK Your ossuronce of qualify Surplus buffalo up for sale CALGARY (CP) Surplus buffalo are once again for sale he National Parks Branch has announced. Bids close Sept. 21 on W yearling to bo sold in four clocks of 13 females and 1 nrales at a minimum price o an animal. The sale is open only U> Car adian residents, partnership and corporations. Harley Webb, superintende of Elk Island National Par! whirh has the surplus animals said sales in 1963, 1869 and 19 resulted in the establulunent more than a dozen commerci bulfalo herds. douche sooi! after the S12 mil-1 on cleaning and major rtfitt- g job was completed. Jfe said he did not know the ;terA of damage and was wait- ng for results of a closed in- quiry into the matter. in- luiry began Monday in Halifax under Lt.-Gen, M. E. Pollard, chief of technical services at efenco headquarters in Ot- tawa. Although Mr. Benson doubted (he damage as serious as suggested, he said if costs ol repair were the government would not keep the ship. MJG1IT BE RETIRED "We have announced plans lo retire four ships. We rnigfr have lo consider retiring the Restigouche if it Is that badly damaged." He said the government to find out who was re- sponsible for tho corrosion damage. Unconfirmed reports Indicate that a neutralizing agent in tho cleamer caused corrosion of nearly every pipe, fitting and valve in the slip from the boil- ers lo Ihc steam lurbines. The corrosive agent was car- ried in steam to the turbine en- gines once tho ship got under way during tho trials, reports say. Replacement of tho engines would be complicated by a costly electronics warfare sys- tem installed over the engine room during tho refit. SOUTHALTA KENNE1S Limited Boarding New Modern Facilities CALL AHEAD Phone 1-223-4130 Enjoy the crisp, clear days of Fall on a Honda. See the completely new, just- arrived 4-cylinder CB 350 Super Sport... trail bikes and s full range of larger molorcycles, all with 4-slroke, overhead cam engines. For extra low prices and easy credit, sen your nearest Honda dealer. THE LARGEST MOTORCYILE MANUFACTURER Distributed by: Clarke Simpkins Honda, 7EO AldertridjaWay, B.C. LETHBR1DGE HONDA CENTRE SALES SERVICE CHARGEX H17 2nd Ave. S. Phona 327-8889 Soultiern AlbeMa't Largest and Moil Progressive Molorcycte Dealtr FRIDAY SATURDAY AUGUST 25th and 26th THESE SPECIAIS IN EFFECT ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE MARTENS COALDALE WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, AUGUST 26th TABLERITE CANADA CHOICE STEER BEEF TABLERITE CANADA CHOICE STEER BEEF RUMP ROASTS SQUIRREL PEANUT BUTTER 48 OZ. TINS 12 FOR BANANAS rip8 FRESH FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY LEMON OR JELLY DONUTS CANTALOUPE Serve with ice cream 3 for ;