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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LtTHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Auguii 26, 1971 Stranded youths Good crop yields are expected hauled from peak Tuo ion fiTl on offinals I1.: I'ark liplil :ii'! mi fowl. Getting Nowhere? LEAREs! TO TYPE Nicjhr lyping classes Start al the beginning Of every month. NEXT CLASS SEPT. 1st College of Business Lacaled above Woolwortli's in Downtown Lellibridce CA1L NOW 327-3968 Res. 327-5328 notified park wardens ;i p a r I y sfl mil alioul OTTAWA id') Most prai-j Alberta: Ilarve-liug opera- ne grain farmers have skirled lions resumed Tuesday follow- ...Milliinf! their crops and many, ing a week of irel weather, bill in siuillu'in districts have, well-advanced crops in Ilic -1 a r I ed combining, Statistics south will mil lienclil from the C.nMila reported Wednesday. j rain. fieeenl hoi, dry neallier The federal statistics bureaui predicted generally good crop MI ids iliis year in a regular lei- cr.raphir crop icport compiled n em telegrams from corrc ..jii'iidnils aciH.v, Canada. I'omliiions by provinces. forced crops to ripen early and will cacse iuwer yields, liar- vesting should be underway in all areas by l.he end of August. Some rapesecd in northern areas lias been lodged by wind from exposure an I :i lack oi food bill were uninjured. A parks spokesman said (lie li" registered hr.1 tailed lo properly indicate Ihe Ir-nnili of their trip and easilv could have stranded dinner. Lake ship ('iir overturns LOUr.HEED iCI'i Shan- non Doieen Pecvcy, lo, of Cm-- onaiion, Alia., killed in a single vehicle accident ht'iv. Tlic girl was ;i in a cnr iliat nvpriiirned hi a ctiu-h on a rminit-ipal road JIM sirie of the town. Longhecd H aljouL 75 miles southeasl of Ed- moiHori. Garry WitLmeir. 2-1. of Cal- gmy was the driver of the and received only minoi- in- jiines in the accident. CARPET nnd LINO (ComplelG Free Estimates! No Obligation! PHONE 327-8578 CAPITOL FURNITURE "Th? CarppJ of Ihe strike MuNTOEAL fCP) The TOO of more than 200 Ca nau'iiin lave freighters plan to strike Nov. I for higher pay and working conditions. The Canadian Marine Officers 1'nion said today it will hold piv.-'s conferences in Toronto Mid Monli'cal Monday lo discuss Ihe planned walkout by marine eiipncr-rs, have been work- inL without a contract since Juno ships involved are owned members of Ihe Canadian Lake Carriers Association. Ne- between the assoeia- ror ,T.K! the union broke down Au2. in to improved fringe b-'.ifiis and working conditions, Ihe engineers want pay in- i-'eases lotalling SIfiO a month s n r e a d over three years. I'res.ent scales were not dis- and rain and root rot is report- ed in the Peace Hiver district.. Early samples of barley yields in the Peace Iliver region have bcejj hut. wheat samples arc reported good. Early reports sug- gest good yields of most of the major cereal and oilseed crops. SiralliinR is general Hiroiiglioiit the province and about a third of the cereals have been com- bined. Dry weather lias caused a below normal second hay crop. Saskatchewan: Hoi weather last week has caused crops to ripen quickly. Swathing opera- tions are under way throughout the province but combining, though "ell advanced in the, has been delayed in olhcr disli'icts. LEOMD BREZHNEV Soviet ton brass Molorcyclisl killed near ISpanvood to visit rrance DOUG MILLER TABER-WARNER d by Tabcr-Warner Social CreHif Constiluency Association PARIS (TMLrtni-) Leonid Brezhnev, So vie I Communist party leader, nnd President Xi- kolai Podgorny will I'isil France at (lie end of Ociobcr, shortly after a visit here by a Chini'se government delegaiinn. in- formed sources said Vu-dncs- diiy. Pudgoniy ;.nd will be pajing his first YMI lo the West since becoming Soviet jGirl charged in Irunk dculh TORONTO (CP) An Ifl- y c a r -o 1 d Toronto girl charged Wednesday non- capiUil nuinlcT in the death o) her airl-frieix! whose body found in the trunk of a in Ccbourg. Onl.. July fi. Mary Ameiil had boon charged with offering an i to a dead body, She j nppoiii rd in court :md was remanded without hail to Aug. 3 for ;i preliminary hearing. The body of Brittle Jahn. 17. found wrapjjL'd in a Jilnnkrt Iier head rcvcn-fi by a plastic ban. She had k-cn in Ihe cf Ihe lioari. The hody nf .Miss Jahn was found in the Lrimk of Miss Amcnt's car "hen it was Lowed lo s Ojl.iourg fiaract1 for repairs. I Cohoin -j. is about .10 miles east. of here parly leader in I9W, are ex- pected lo stay in France for three or four days and.will meet wild President George Pompi- dou. Under bolh Ihe late Gen. Charles de Gaulle and Pompi- dou. France has been anxious to develop its links with Moscow as part or the policy of giving r ranee an independent position in world affairs. At the same time, the French have been working recently to step up their relations with Pe- king, sending several prominent politicians on visits to China. The Chinese government dcle- KKlion is expected here at the end of September or in early October, the sources said. The Chinese government has not yet disclosed who will head Ihe del- egation but there has been spec- ulation thai il could be a figure as highly placed as Premier Chou Kn-lai. The Chinese and Soviet visits, coming so closely together, will give the French government an unusual opportunity to discover the thinking of the IIVQ major Communist powers on world af- fairs. SPAIWOOD, B.C. (CP) Steven .Jones, 21, of Burnaby, B.C., uas killed ivhen a motor- cycle be was driving left a sec- ondary road four miles north of this community on the Brit- Mherta border. Excitement boosts morale of volunteer firemen CALGARY (CP) The ex- feel Ihe bombings and arson w- cjLemenl of a good fire can do curi-infi in the Uniled States wonders (or morale in a voluiv will not appear in Canada, ho tary department, the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs was told here. "We get no fires, that's onr complained one dele- gate. Another Alberta fire depart- ment head said his entire volun- teer slaff quit at one point be- cause Ihcy were tired of wait- ing for something to happen. Such problems can be over come said seminar chairman William Wade of New Minos, N.S., by effective leadership and community involvement Prevention of [ires was just as important as fighling them and "the fire department with no fires is a damn good one. the ones that do are fuither down the ladder." ARSON INCREASE SEEN Delegalcs lo Ibe week-lung convention were also fold they could expect an increase in ar- son. Daniel Lemieux, a special agent for Ihe Fire Underwriters investigation bureau, said in times of economic disruption some operators burn faltering business to obtain Hie insur- ance. Political extremism and syn- dicated crime have already in- creased the number of arson cases in Canada, lie said. People are "sticking their heads in the sand" if they don't VENICE 'APi China is en- leniif; the Venice Film Festival. Officials said il is the first time the Peking regime has sent a work to anv film festi- val. The film was described as "a ballet on a contemporary revidinionary INTRODUCES HEK 1970 COLLECTION OF READY TO WEAR EYE MAKEUP WITH A GREAT NEW FASHION LOOK- THE GLISTENING SATIN EYE To introduce her new Ready To Wear Collection of eye makeup, Estee Lander has created a fashion- significant eye-look that defines the here, now and tomorrow of eye makeup. Tl IE GLISTENING SATIN FYE looks wide -open ,incl innocent, wilh a cfimmering finish. And Eslue Lauder's Ready To Wear Collection makes this meltingly lender look so c.isily, expertly attainable. The over-all shimmering of THE GLISTENING SATIN CYC is achif.wl wilh: D KO crcd ni PRESSED EYELID SHADOW 6.50 D a muled I Yl I ID LINER CAKE 6.00 D a tintecl-ljiacksliricieui .ikc-form LASH-LrNGTIILNINGCAKLMASCARA 6.50 D two shades of EYfllKOW CAKE makeup 6.00 D and, applied over eye makeup, the glistening finish 6.00 Downtown at 305 6th St. S. Phone 328-1212 WHERE SMART WOMLN SHOP BACK TO SCHOOL SALE 20% OFF T-SHIRTS AND SWEATERS 9.17 RCE. to O 3.99 la 10.99 A wide variety ol l-shirts and sweaters in various colours and sizes. PANTS AND JEANS tOJLU 5.99 lo 12.99 Double knit. polyMnr. denim, corduroy 01 wool Assorted colours Sizes 6-20. BLOUSES .97 0.77 to O 4.99 lo 10.99 Acrylic polyslor, cioubln knit, and wool skins, in sizes G-20. Absorlcd colours. JEWEL PANTY HOSE 25% OFF ONC. regular, all sheer, non run and junior miss. colours,