Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
20 1HE IE1HBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Aujcil 26, 1971 Increase shown in eonslnielion d'lT.AU'A Conslruc- Lion slinli'il un 17.731 new houses apa'.'lmont (lur- ing .luly, in I'rinnpal urban c t1 M t r e s "f r.imula, Central Morlpgi' and Hewing Coip. rc- porH'd The Federal buiismg agency said Ibis a in- prlivitv over July and pushed I he- annual rale of bousing slans for I'.'TI I" M-UOO unils, up ncarh lll.OOi) [rum June's rate aU nf dwell- ing? shared in ihe ,luly increase in S'nKle. dciached dwellings n ere up warly do per cenl, while ronslraction of mul-1 Liplc unils such ns apartments way up Hi per em. The cumulative total of actual ron.Mruction slaris during tlio; firsi seven months of I'JTl 91.702, up -l.i per cent licm a year earlier. Tlie average imcre-i rale on j loans under Ibe National Hous- i ing .-V-I for liDiiie-ou'nership houses rose in July to n.i'Ji per cent from 0.81 per cent in June. The average rale on loans for renlal unils rose to 9.31 per cent from Boyle's Column IBy HAL nOYLE NEW YORK (API Things a columnist might never know if he lidn'f open bis mail: Man wouldn't breathe as well without foresls. An acre of young and growing wood- land yields four tons of oxy- gen a to salisfy the needs of a dozen people. Overeating may make some people more suscepliblc to the invasion of cancer. Labora- tory studies have produced EXPORTS L'J' India's export? in 1970 amounted to KZ million, an in- crease of 10." per cent over Ihe previous year. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dentol Mechanic Capitol Furnilura Bldg. Ml PHONE Police stoned in outbreak at plant BRANTFORD Out. Supporters of a striking union stoned police and fire vehicles and Texpack Ltd. plant in a vio- lent demonstration by about lino persons Wednesday. A national union lender was i arrested on arson and walchmii and besclting charges when il ended. R. Kent Rowley President ot the Canadian Textile and Chom-, ical Union, was released on liis i recognizance Wednesday niplit followinR his arrest. The near-riot, watched but not j interrupted by 31 police in riot gear, was Ihc most violent in a series of incidents that have: marked the six-week strike hy 150 union members against pack. Rocks and Lin cans were thrown at the plant, breakir." windows and wooden panelling during the two-hour riemoiislra lion. Mr. Rowley was Hie only per-' son arrested GOSPEL MEETING 2720 2Jsf Ave. South, Lethfaridge CHURCH OF CHRIST Come heor lha BIBLE preached by Mr. John Coffmnn of San Diego, Calif. No denominational creeds no doctrines of man- Bring your Bible and a friend. You will have (He opportunity to ask questions at the end of each lesson. THERE WILL BE NO COLLECTIONS FROM THE PUBLIC EACH EVENING AUG. 22nd 29th EACH EVENING Transportation will be provided if needed. Phone 328-5781 evidence that underfed rats don't develop cancerous tu- mors as often as those that are overfed. Kor centuries one of the most valuable drugs came from an animal lhat never ex- isted. It was called alicorn, supposedly made from Ihe liurn of the legendary unicorn, and thought lo be Uie best an- tidote for poisons. Actually made from the tusk and horns of other sea and land animals, alicorn lit- erally sold for its weight in gnld. although medically worthless. W'KDDINO COSTS Sl.lifi The marriage mill in Lenin- grad is the suite-owned Pal- ace of Weddings where every day. including Sunday, cou- ples can lie wed during an eight-minute ceremony cost- in.2 St.R.I. Champagne and tlou'crs arc available just as in capitalistic coun- come extra. Household hint: After wash- in" and drying the garbage can. ;prinkle moth crystals in ;i. They'll help ker-p flies and other insects away. Have your parents ever told you the first words you ut- tered as a child? It is re- ported lhat the first sentence by Ernest Hemingway, spo- ken before his second birth- day. ,vas? "I don't know Buf- falo mil." Durable: The monarch but- lerfly is one of the p.'.ost color- ful of earth's migrants and looks lo be one of the most fragile. Vet in its erratic pil- grimages it travels thousands of miles at a speed ol up lo 20 miles an hour. Sun peril: Recent studies have confirmed the fact that ultraviolet rays from the are implicated in lip so beware this danger in get- liug a fashionable summer tan. Because they spend more time outdoors and don't wear lipstick, men are more likely than women to get lip cancer. Men living in southern areas of the United States also get twice as many lip cancers as those wlw> live farther north, where the sun's rays arc weaker. Folklore: It is bad luck lo give advice or pass the salt unless asked lo. It is a good omen if a falling knife slicks in i.he ground. A marriage will prosper if performed at the time of a full moon. If two bachelors drink lo a girl, she will marry not nec- essarily to one of them. A dream about chains forelells marital troubles. It may be one-man show SAIGON' (AP> President j Nguyen Van Tliieu confirmed Wednesday I bat he plans to go Ilirougli w'illi Ihc South Vietnam- ese presidential election Oct. II as scheduled, despile. Hit- polili- cal crisis generated hy (ho wilh- draual from Ihe race of his only hvn opponents. U n i 1 c d Slates Ambassador Kllsiiorlli Hunker railed on Tbieu livicc during the day ap- parenlly in renewed efforts to avert a one man campaign and LIKE FATHER LIKE SON Both the Prince of Wales and his falher. Prince Phdlip. wear the wings of the Royal Air Force as they chat ol the RAF College in Cranwell afler (he heir apparent to the British throne received his wings. Prince Phillip, who wears uniform of marshal of Ihe RAF, watched the ceremony. The Prince of Wales is to join the Royal Navy later this year. Net earnings By THE CANADIAN IM1F.SS Denver Lumber Co. Ltd.. six m a n I h s ended June :io ccnls a share; 1070, 2f> cents. preserve al least the facade of a democratic election. Tliieu, however, told a cam pnign meeting that he intends to n'n unopposed regardless of the consequences, indicating that lie j rejected any new proposal made by Hunker. i U.S. officials have suggested privately that, a one-man race with Tliieu Ihe only candidate could luivc serious ramifications for Ihc Nixon adminislralion's Vietnam policy, including a pos- sible reduction in U.S. aid. TiVO QUIT Both Vice President Nguyen Cao Ky and retired Gen. Duong Van quit the presidential j race charging that Tliieu was rigging Ihc elections. Ky's name will a p p c a r on flic ballot through a legal technicality. PRESIDENT TH1EU Floods increase famine llireat RAWALPINDI, P a t i s I a n the swollen Ganges River, fed ''AP) Heavy flooding over a i last week by six days of mon- area of East Pakistan is. soon rains, has flooded increasing the threat of laminc I square miles, killed more than in a region already devastated by five months of civil war and the cyclone that destroyed crops and look more than lives last November. ?0 persons and affected nine million others. CLOSELY RELATED Squids are closely related to The government reported Ibat i octopuses, but smaller. Deal for People The Alberta New Democratic Party health program will elimin- ate medicare premiums and extend coverage to include: dental care, prescriptions and community clinics. The New Democratic Party will institute a program to provide a health service rather than a sickness service. In LETHBRIDGE WEST vote KLAAS BUiJERT LETHBREDGE EAST vote DOUG POILE MACLEOD vote DR. SID CORNISH INSERTED BY THE ALBERTA NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY THE PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE ON FOSTER CHILD CARE appointed by Order-fn-Council No. dated April 5, 1971 INVITES SUBMISSIONS from any interested person or group relating to the Law and Procedure of Foster Child Care in Alberta. Where possible, briefs should be typewritten in triplicate. However, briefs, especially from private citizens, need not be typewritten or professionally prepared. All briefs should be forwarded lo HIS HONOUR JUDGE A. P. CATONIO Box 704. EDMONTON, ALBERTA before the 15th day of September, 1971 The Commitlee Will Hold PUBLIC HEARINGS PLACE Camrosr? Whilecaurl Edmanlon SI. Paul Wain wn on I Lar. La Liicn Vermilion Lcl-.on Calgary DATE September i September 8 September 13 September 15 September 7.0 Soplnmbor September 11 Sf-piomber ?9 October 4 All persons presenting briefs are invited lo attend (he Public Hearing in their area and speak in support of their submissions. 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