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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Grading stations DEER Alberta vegetable growers have endorsed the concept of grading stations throughout the David Zaychuk of president of the Alberta Vegetable said Friday. Zaychuk also said members of the who have had the chance to. express their opinions in a series of meeting Eavor a minimum price for any grade of vegetable com- ing out of the grading stations. LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. .Established 1911.' Lower Ftoor 517 4M An.'S. PhoiM Keep Christ in Christmas Inserted by Knights of Columbut If you've got three free weeks and the urge to see some fabulous cities and meet interesting tours leave Vancouver monthly -for Hong Singapore and Penang. Spend additional time in Honolulu on the way back if you choose. Write us today for further information. KOWLOON TOURIST SERVICE INT'L CANADIAN AGENT FOR KOREAN AIR LINES 455 Abbr- St.. Vancouver B.C. winding road A Montagnard family and their prized possession a work elephant move down a hifly road in southern central highlands of South Vietnam to escape fighting in their home district of Kien Due. Police jailed in scandal CHICAGO Eighteen Chicago policemen Friday received prison sentences ranging from six years to 18 months for ex- torting'.money from bar owners in one of the biggest scandals ever exposed in the city force. Capt. Clarence who when indicted a year ago was the most senior Chicago policeman ever to be was sentenced five years for conspiracy to extort and one year for the sentences to be served consecutively. The policemen were members of a amount bar owners were alleged to have paid the police to avoid trouble. In all. 57 Chicago policemen have been indicted in the last vear and 35 convicted. Pat on the back for Allmand OTTAWA A three- day federal-provincial conference on corrections ended Friday with all par- ticipants saying it was a success and many provincial ministers praising Solicitor- General Warren Allmand. Although Mr. Allmand gave few concrete answers to provincial calls for more federal financial he showed considerable sym- pathy td ideas and said he will study a of some 18 ideas. That sympathy and the fact that the conference was able to deal with a few corrections such as that have been bothering the provinces for years satisfied ministers from the 10 provinces. been said Corrections Minister Syl Apps of Ontario who came here with some strong demands. Attorney-General J. B. M. Baxter of New Brunswick said if the federal cabinet is as and as Mr. Allmand showed himself to be. the conference will have been a great success. Attorney-General Alex-Mac- donald of British Columbia said Mr. Allmand is to be complimented for calling the first high-level conference in 15 years and he was joined in that by Helen Hunley of Alber- la. STARTING POFNT Femand Lalonde. Quebec minister of said the conference is a stepping stone or a starting point to a new era of federal provincial co- operation in corrections. And Mr. Macdonald and Alex Taylor. Saskatchewan minister of social said a lot was accomplished. He noted the trend away from incarceration for offenders. Mr. Allmand showed himself highly sympathetic to proposals designed to keep the offenders out of prison. They would undergo correc- tions in the community and in province and out 01 bursting federal pentiten- tiarys. For many corrections authorities the fact that penitentiaries are full to the doors indicates a failure in the criminal Justice in Canada. Thus the minister will give close study to the .idea of federal money going into various forms of provincial programs designed to people out of prison and to djvert such cases as drug ad- and alcoholics out of the criminal justice system. .The general feeling wai that incarceration should be reserved for those who en- danger the public. But both the offender and the offended would benefit if the first and rehabilitate offenders are removed as soon as it it safe and possible away from the bricks and mortar of pentien- tiary. Nixon's nephew linked to call-girl parties LONDON Former call girl Norma Levy Alleges in a new book that many girl parties took place financier Robert Vesco's private plane and says Donald Nixon. President Nixon's arranged details. In the I. Norma she relates events leading her association with' Lord Lambton and his resignation'' last May as air force in the scandal that follower exposure. Publishers Blond and Briggs declined to say how much she was paid for the book but said the advance payment was than that paid to Harold Robbins for The Shortly after Lambton re- signed. Earl Jellicoe quit Prime Minister Heath's government after saying he had been involved with call girls. Jellicoe was Lord Privy a post which carries special responsibilities. In her book. Mrs. wife of a taxi describes how the call girl ring was run by.a woman named JeanJiorn who used to throw for now faces fraud charges in the United States. He resides in the Bahamas where U.S. attempts have failed. he came to London. everything Norma Levy writes. She says he telephoned Jeart- Horn and send every girl you've got round to my suite CURRIE'S FINE FOODS EATS Fresh Produce OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK am to p.m. 15169thAve. S. BETWEEN THE TWO HOSPITALS IY DRY CLEAN 2684 South ParktMo Drive 12INQLI8 WASHERS 25 to. WASHER 6 INQLIS DRYERS QUALITY DRY CLEANING by the load PkOM 327-0811 Christmas Car Give a Car for Christmas Pay for Slock No. 9578 Slock No. 9503 1974 Pontiac Parisienne Brougham 4 door block rear window w radial tinted 400 cu. inch V8 gold with brown vinyl front and rear bumper guards. Mileage 777 miles driven by Tom McCready. Retail Price Christmas Sale Buick Le Sabre 4 door cinnamon brown and white saddle custom tinted custom rear rear four note block custom wheel steel belt radial whitewalls. Mileage 2300. Driven by Frank McNalr. brown Interior 5 Retail Price Christmas Sale You Save 4.00 You Save Stock No. 9527 1974 Le Sabre Luxies 4 door BO x 40 power wi Slock No. 9512 Buick Riviera 60 x 40 power air vinyl positractlon rear cruise tilt AM radio stereo tape. This 'unit is loaded with many more color brown vinyl top. Retail Price Christmas Sale You Save I Retail Price Christmas Sale. Slock No. 9521 1974 Pontiac Parisienne Brougham 4 door color mint 350-4 p.b.. radio. rear body side miles 1300 driven by Terry vinyl top green houndstooth. Power electric air tilt and telescope wire wheel max. stereo tape. 60 x 40 seats. This car has to be seen for additional color gold gold vinyl top. Mileage 2200. Driven by John Sargo. cruise radio You Save Slock No. 9515 Pontiac Le Mans Retail Price Christmas Sale You Save Stock No. 9566 M Pontiac Parisienne Brpygham color silver cloud 350 air rear window 1200 miles. Vinyl top. o' driven by Tom Earl. Retail Christmas Sale POMTIACS BUICKS WSTOCKI IMMEDIATE 4 door beige color with green cloth vinyl 350 cu. In. turbo hydromatic remote control protective side block deluxe wheel Covers and mileage driven by Stan Krlstjansen. Stock No. 9571 Pontiac Ventura Retail Price Christinas Sale You Save H380 4 deer color beige with white cloth end vinyl 350 V8 rear block radio deluxe wheel bumper guards and side remote miles driven by Ian Wilson. Retail Christens Sail Stock No. 9533 p.b.. You Save Buick Le Sabre Luxus 4 door Burgundy with while vinyl roof with matching AM and power door air cruise tilt tinted electric plus many mileage driven by Al Dorge. I Retail Price Christnu Sale '7322 You Save Meek No. KM 1974 Parisienne Brougham 4 door 400 cu. In. 2 barrel turbo-hydramatic p.s.. tinted vinyl rear air radio. tteel belled radial block bumper Fire Bronze-Beige top. Mileage driven by Emlle Bleuklns. You Save Price CMstMs Sab You Save John Brooks Tom McCreidy Tom Eirl Howard Long Dale Brooks lin Wilson Don Miller Lorno Fong Emilo BlooKons 9 Tony Rosiim Julius Longyol Colin McLiy Stan Krisiiiainn AT Automatic Transmission PS Power Steering PB Power Brakes AC Air conditioning Slock No. 9542 1974 Pontiac Catalina 2 door Qultmlut Aqua with white vinyl roof. Has many extras such as 400 rear rear radial tuned suspension and power trunk and many mileage driven by Julius Lenygel. Retail Price Christmas Sale '5089 You Save Wide Open til 9 p.m. ENERSON'S of Pontiac Buiek Astra Q.M.C. Telephone 329-4444 Corner 4th Ave. 9th St. Downtown ;