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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Govt. Stands Finn On Welfare Plan CALGARY (CP) Social do- [provide only fond and sheltei velopment .Minister Ray Speak- i for ucompioyed employables, er told a group of welfare re- j except where an urgent need cipients and social workers i is demonstrated." here that provincial allowances! "But our policy is not to pro- for incidental expenses would; vide for .people in between not be re-instated for persons i jcbs.'' temporarily receiving assist- Mr. Speaker said during June ance. 773 persons started receiving The minister told the group temporary welfare in Calgary i after a three-hour meeting" they w'hile 819 were removed from had proposed "no concrete or'.tne specific reasons'' why the allow-1 ar.ces should be resumed. The allowances were discon- tinued, except in cases or ur- gent need, last month as an economy measure. The situation has been care- fully investigated, Mr. Speaker Alberta Challenges Ban On Broiler Chickens I EDMONTON (CP) Agricul-1 .Mr. Ruste said in a statement! similar action, we have i hire Minister Henry Ruste lias the action requiring sales per- 12 Balkan stales rather than asked ruling from the mils and tagging of the product; our present confederation." Saturday, Auguit 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 15 uiixiiis A-TEST lu'Miw I Turner Aide NEW DELHI (Reuters) 0'ITAWA HT> Apixiinl- I rime Minister Indira liandlii mem Vancouver lawyer Mi- domed in Parliament that India chad W. Hunter. 27. as execu- j is making secret preparations live assistant to Justice .Minis- ter John Turner was announced ipreme Court of Canada on i "is severely curtailing ship- The restrictive regulations imposed j ments of broiler chickens to Hkelv by the British Columbh Broiler I B.C. from Alberta farms." broiler Board. "If all the provinces i Seattle Blast Breaks Glass said, and "we will continue to Fry Before You Buy! UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE 618 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5447 SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) A bomb blast early tcday broke most cf the windows in a build- ing which formerly served as instate headquarters for the Ij American Legion. The building apparently was ur.cccupied and there were no injuries, police said. Damage v.-3s estimated at most cf it in broken glass. i A private detective driving by on his night rounds told police he saw a car leaving the scene at the time of the blast, which j I strewed glass into the nearby street. I LM UOK boruc figure is not a jack-in- Ilie-Ijox. but a worm's-eye view of halfback L. K. Cum- inings about to deliver a tlive-iiass during rugby prac- tice in Suva, Fiji. Exploration Protest Lodged board's action will in a shortage of in British Col- looli 1 umbia. he ssid. j The British Columbia board I Thursday refused a request from the Alberta Marketing Council that exemptions be made for shipments of 5.000 pounds or less. Mr. Ruste said i that i! this had been allowed. it would have enabled Alberta processors to service most of I their long-standing customers. Park Case Dismissal i CALGARY (CP) The Kan-1 The letter, signed by associa- anaskis Lakes Association has i tion president Ray Hopland sent letters to all members of j Cne legislature protesting coal I exploration in the mountains j southwest of tile city and urg- ing a ban on mining in the are; GETS A IK POST The letter asks ihe govern- merce abcut six months ago. Geins of Truth: PRESENTED WEEKLY BY: VAN PELT CUSTOM INTERIORS LTD. SUPPLIERS OF BUILDING MATERIAL SPECIALTIES LETHBRIDGE fn speaking of a person's faults. Pray don't forget your own; Remember, those with homes of glass Should seldom throw a sf-one. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Industrial Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON- Etc. Truck Loads Carloads- Truck Crane Service National Salvage Company LIAAITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap Is Our Business" BANFF (CP) After invest- naturalist, the director of Can- ada's national parks service said here the action was jtist- j ffied. I John Nicol of Ottawa said he did not speak to the naturalist, i Brian Levy, or his direct super- j ior but received a "full report" from park superintendent Har- ley Webb. Mr. Levy, a 23-year-old Aca- j dia University student, was dis- missed Aug. 22 after he dis- regarded Mr. Webb's order not to discuss at a slide show a re- cent oil spill into the Kicking Horse River. Mr. Levy had asked that his dismissal be investigated by the national parks regional of- fice and the Public Service Al- liance of Canada. About gallons of fuel oil was dumped into the river when a Canadian Pacific gravel sump broke. During the slide show, is part of the naturlaists duties, Mr. Levy said the escaped fuel was a casket for the wildlife shown in the presentation. i ment to establish priorities for j suitable J the region with preservation be- i cause of natural beauty- and j watershed value at the top of the list. Non-commercial rec- reational and commercial rec- i reational use followed with in- dustrial development last, and then only if it did not interfere with the higher priorities. ism is bad.' "A greater need for restora- tive relaxation is becoming ur- gent as populations soar. Bunk I Profits Reports Vp Pollution Bill Sets Precedent LANSING (AP) A precedent-setting pollution sur- veillance bill, including provi- sions for monitoring and regu- lating wastes discharged into Michigan waders, was signed into law here by Gov. Wil- liam Milliken. The governor said the measure, wlu'ch also sets a fee schedule to be paid by those businesses under surveil- lance, "gives Michigan the legal power to enforce our anti-pollu- tion efforts and to keep a close watch on potential polluters." TORONTO (CP) Toronto Dominion Bank reports balance of profits for the three months to July 31 of or 34.2 cents a share, up from 154 or 28.8 cents a share for the corresponding period of 1969. The bank said in a report to shareholders that revenues rose faster than expenses during the quarter, resulting in a drop of in balance of revenue for the three months as compared with the same quarter of last year. Appropriations for losses were lower by S2.6 million and I provision for income taxes up j million, I For the nine months to July j 31, earnings were or 3.2 cents a share, up fronr or 77.9 cents a share for the comparable nine-month period of the previous year. said the "public now recognizes j OTTAWA (CP) W M: that uncontrolled commercial-j (Walt, of Ottawa'i has been appointed director of civil aviation, the transport de- partment said yesterday. He succeeds Rav Goodwin, re-1 areas are becoming cently appointed regional dhec-' scarcer. i tor of air services "for the On- "In Alberta, the Kananaskis i tario region at Toronto. watershed, because of its close j proximity to the largest part of I the population and its unique i beauty, is the most important i recreational area in the forest: reserves. i "We urge the government io embark on an immediate pro- i gram to manage its forest re-; serves, clearly designating im-1 portant areas for recrea- j tiona! purposes." i The Elbow River, which sup- plies Calgary with water, orig- j inates in the Kananaskis Lakes region. INSURANCE LIABILITY 9 BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ITD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. 5. Phone 327-1541 FOR RENT Building with Sq. Ft. or Less Located on 3rd Avenue with good parking Feasible for any type of business Write Box 24f Lethbridge Herald RENOVATIONS SPECIALS ALL FLOOR MODELS IN STOCK MUST BE SOLD TO MAKE ROOM FOR RENOVATIONS. IN ORDER TO HAVE GREATER FLOOR AREA, EVERYTHING MUST GO. SPECIALS START MONDAY, AUGUST 31ST. SUNBEAM HEDGE TRIMMERS 12 ONLY Regular 24.95 SALE PRICE 18 ,75 SUNBEAM MOWERS WHILE THEY LAST WITH CATCHER JACOBSON LAWN MOWER Regular 139.95 WITH CATCHER 11495 JACOBSON ROTO TILLER 1 ONLY Regular 199.95 TRACTOR TYPE RIDING MOWER 2 ONLY! 7 H.P. HIGHEST BID OVER ____ '500 PLUS MANY MORE UNADVERTISED SPECIALS ON DISPLAY Booze Kills Boy BREMEN (Reuters) A three-year-old West Berlin boy has died near here a month after drinking a half pint of brandy. The boy never regained consciousness in a hospital, where he died during the week- end, it was revealed Tuesday. Police said he started on a bot- tle of brandy at home July 26 and passed out. 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 io 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 05 an ROTP cadet. You would continue your civilian studies toward a degree at your University. To learn more about Ihis excellent plon, come in, telephone or write to: CANADIAN FORCES RECRUITING CENTRE, 115 8th Avenue S.W. (On The Mall) Calgary 2, Alberta. Phone: 269-6736 THE REGULAR OFFICER TRAINING PLAN FOR UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATES AVAILABLE FROM Att THE FOLLOWING PARTICIPATING DEALERS ATHABASCA The Auto Mart BASHAW Maple leaf CAMROSE G'cmibeck Motors, 5021-49 St.7672-5969 CARBON Buyer's Feed COLD tAKE EDMONTON Andrew's Motors Ltd., 10604-1 llth EDMONTON Medicar Diagnostic Clinic, 104 Ave.-118 EDMONTON Scona Cycle Centre, 9956-82 EDMONTON Travclairfi Trailer Mfg. Ltd., 5723-104 HANNA Sportsman's Gulf 854-34BO INNISFAIL R.T.K. LETHBRIDGE Lethbridge Honda Centre, 1307.3rd. Ave. 327-8889 MIUARVIUE Millarvllle Motors 255-9174 OtDS Mount View Form 226-3304 PINCHES CREEK Hi tand Farm Equipment, Box PINE POINT, N.W.T. Romeo Dostaler, Box 121' 392-2365 PONOKA Mid Way Ponliac ltd., Box RAYMOND Ridgeway Sales and 752-3474 RED DEER Trnvelair Trailer Mfg. Ltd. Box ROCKYFORD Superior Feed and 533-3811 ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE Dewey Browning, R.R. No 232-2461 SPRUCE GROVE Grove STETTLER McTaggart STRATHMORE Superior Feed and 382-3331 THORSBY Vern Mulh VERMILION Vermilion Farm Equipment WESLOCK Weslock Farm 324-3720 WETASKIWIN Wetaskiwin Implements, Box Distributed by: Alberta Engineering Ltd. P.O. Box 2017, Wetaskiwin, Alberta Phone 352-6061 SNOW MOBILES The Lethbridge Kiwanis Clubs ANNUAL APPLE CAMPAIGN Monday, August 31st through Saturday, September 5th BASKETS of Fancy B.C. Melntosh APPLES If you have a large fam'ly order two or three baskets. Here are a few of the projects supported by The Kiwanii Clubs of Harciicvillc Boy Scouts and Girl Guides Hall I Girl Guides and Brownrej Camp at Fort Macleod Lethbridge Sharp Shooters Gun Club for young 1 Three Tourisl huts at Henderson 1 Kiwonis Playground 7fh Ave. and 4th Street S, 1 Assist Minor Sports with grants for equipment 1 Sponsor award winners of the 4-H Clubi 1 Present high school scholarships annually for (ugh scholastic ability Scholarship to the Outstanding Music Festival participant Manages and supports the Kiwonis Junior Band DONATIONS ARE ALSO MOST WELCOME MOTOR MOWER B17 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-2669 Buy a basket of these juicy red fancy Melntosh Apples when a Kiwanis member calls at your home next week and help to further these plus other worthwhile Kiwanis Community projects. ;