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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LETHBRIDGE HERA1H W'-diic-srlny, Fcbrunry 23, 197? giiieriiiiienls and Ih.1 pi'n.iV in iheir drive Ic make a i'licl. on '.'Din1 new .--cl i'f clenl'i: flic old ways ilie hard 1" u-i iim- vuuu "ho sc'l aired dcnl'.ir- are .-lill suhjeit 10 police raid.-- airll.vri-.Til liy '.ill- i-ve- den'isl.-.' The i-ulvl I-y dcn.uv- I'l-iMJiiiis. Tin1 aLso n in Dulario where iii'f'ii iiuliualious i'' iLsv-rvrillve government .-ciiu1 pro-dciiturisl 'iT'.-ie hi'i-n no sign fif -I'll fliTitiifist prc.s- Newfoundlanfl l.ilv Island. iinsuick denial iys Ihcrc hns hc'.n pressure cam- i-T clKinjic lie-cause of liv connlcr-pressure hy on techni- cuin.- lately depend or a Uv- the Denial me- For denlLsLs in tho manufacturing and fitting of leeili in I hose provinces whore H is illegal lo .sell di- nvi Tho denli.si final for the denture and d c u t u r i s t s claim liicrc's a hitl and unnecessary in price well. lii losing 'Hip .MIHIMI: don- I Uirisls is lli.'il (Iri'.iui-c.-. oflcn rnsl Kvk'C' as much IhniiiRh a (k'Mlisl as throu'th :i ilnitiirisl I filling cliroi'l. TllO IHl-U crn CiiiKula: Maciiliilia '1'nr impro- daiiiicil liill ii'l'iwmc (K'nlur- isls lo sell Ic'fih cliKTily lo I tlip public pi'dvisi) I Ihal Ilie pi'rson m-oivmK an upper plnle have1 im live; upper Ici'lli and ih" for ;i lower. 'I'lii1 IWIUT.I must also a ccrufic-aic1 of oral hciillli from a cli'nli.-l. In praclic-'O. cic'iiuirisl.-; have been [ollowklf; tin1 live lerlli rule and ilic m-lifi- rule ilie clcn- i li.sls' a.ssocicuiou has up allcnipls lo police! [he dc'lltur- ists. Thai uifiins no move pch lice raids. Sl'Ol'K Susknlrlirnan The Denial Profession Act says only (Ion- i lisLc can work inside a per- j son's monlh and technicians are reslrictcd lo ''minor re- 1 Business S Telegram victim of modern era TORONTO CPl The tele- j pec.lcd In drop nbout 25 per cent grnm. once considered n vital: during the 1070s telex usage is means col cnmnnmicalions, is expected lo double, becoming a victim of a nev, era "Mr. Daly says the country is in technology. I "on Hip threshold of a new era If the number of lelecrams in communications." continues In decline at Ihe same "The pace of technological rate it has for Ihe last in years, chance in electronics is so great a messenger should deliver Ihe that five years is the maximum last one early in laiil. we can plan for." But Canadian National-Cans----------------------- dian Pacific Telecommuni- cations, which racrvK'd their op- erations four years iiL'o. say they do not plan lo let Ihe serv- ice die. De-rniot Daly, director oi de- velopment for Canadian EIKTJIV hoard CT) Declm- ir.g r.rJnral gas and oil ra- tinnal, says there is ue can do about falling biisini'ss'' except buclcct lor il and corcen- tratc on a hard core of loyal users by "Irvine lo make that LcnK in Alberta indicate the service economical.' national cncrsv board was The Iwo companies- cxnect ihe rjrh; ;n liniiiiiiir export of ad- decline in traffic, no-.v about pas to UK percent a year, to slow 10 ai..i'j[ Granl Kolley, three per cent durine Ihe next Albcrla Democralic Tarty 10 years. leader, .v.id today. ACCOUNT FdR DECI.INF: The Alberta Energy fie- The telephone, and more re- source'. Observation Hoard, in cently telex, are two major fac- a re-pert Holiday, said prodlic- tors responsible, for Ihe decline Hen in 1371 far outstripped new in telegrams. reserve djVcjoveries. and crude There now- are atom E.Don j Oji production during the year telex subscribers in Canada and ,vas largest level in'his- the number is expeeted to in- torv crease to by ..'Tilc Alberta government The bulk of telegram business ,vas seriou.sly short-sighted in Is made up of small husmesscs ,hcir oppofiijon lt) lhc national too small to subscribe to telex cncrgv hoard's Mr and individuals v.-ho want to caid cable money. poijciM must Dc radi. "I don't think there v.ill he call allercc: to cnsurc adc. too much more office-closing, for domestic usc but there -will be a lot more Ulc says Mr Daly. .'-Vc-n t Uw cm_ Cost culling, however, has from ,_, thing can get our hands on !o recognizing our own supplies meant a reduction in some ol the traditional services. RELAY BY I'MONK The two companies now relay most messages by telephone A are pre.lty limited.'1 staff chief service. However. Ihe eompa- arrjves for talks nies stih will mail a copy al no charge. WELLINGTON 'Keillor) _ hau1. to nuke cxira Gen. I-' Sharp. Canadian charges for exlra so chief of defence staff, arrived in now hand delivery is an oplional Wellington this week for a mcel- exlra." Mr. Daly ing uilh New Zealand's new Much of the lelegram busi- prime minisler, John .Marshall. ness CN-CP loses it picks up Sharp will visit New Zealand again in the lelex operation, i d ef e n ce insiallalions before While telegram usage is ex- flying on to Australia Thursday. LIMITED NUMBER OF COPIES NOW AVAILABLE SPRING 1972 FARM AND RANCH DIRECTORIES A lisfing of all forms and ranches in ihe Lethbridge trading qrcn wilh mailing addresses and land loca- tion. ,00 EACH Available at The lethbrukje Herald Printing and Lithographing Division Corner 5th Avc. nntl 7th St. S. LETHBRIPGE pairs'1 lo dentures only. How- ever. Micro's an active hoollefi trade. The dental association ha.s recorded at least. 37 suc- cessful prosecutions against (k'ntuvisls in recent yews. Fine.s range lo SHOO from SIOO. .Mhcrla While dcnliirisls can malic and sell full den- tures direct, Hie old liosUlity is sliJI Ihere. The official clon- sociely position is againsl "anyone noL trained in a university working hy them- selves lo provide ilcnlurrs v.-ilhttut the supervision of a dc-nlisl." For n full scl of false leoth, rural price is alxnit ?MO through a dentist and in the cily. The "prel.lv general" deninri.-l quote is British ''dental mechanics'' are al- lowed lo make and sell full dentures (iirecl, but would like Iheir authority cxlended lo cover parlial plates. Den- lurist. full .set price is ahout half tlic charged den lisls New institution for insane seen UAUGAnY (CP) A new in- stitution for Ilie criminally in- sane is among measures being considered lo prevent s'uch people from escaping custody, AUorncy-Gcncral Merv Ijeitch said here. Scciuily measures at Ihe Al- .Jazz hopefuls ee festivals bcrta hospital in Ponoka are also being reviewed, he said. The attorney-general was re ceiitly given a petition with signatures from MagraUi, which asked for tighter secur- Kelired Calgary, reallor dies CALGARY (CPJ Funeral service for realtor and former alderman E. B. Lyle, 71, were, lo he held today He died Sim- day. Mr. l.yle was a council mem- ber for two years as well BS a member of llr.! Calgary and Rural General Ilnspilnl Board The petition by a slabbing in the area last December. Since that time, five persons considered dangerous by pol- ice have escaped from the and a governor of Mount Iloyal was prompted j College. N0111-.1, WINNKI1 DIRS I Dr. .Maria fioejiperl Mayer, I Ilieoretieal pliysieist Mini non (lie Noljcl ri-izi- in ltlli.1, clircl at San Diego, Calif. She anil the first woman lo win a Prize since .Macl- aiu Cilrir. merl-al hospital hut TORONTO ICT'i H m-pxm- lalcr recaptured, e.rs can raise enough money lo cover a S2G.SOO budget. 35 To- ronto jazz musicians will fly lo New Orleans at Ihe end of April lo perform at the New Orleans jass festival. Toronto bands j planning lr perform at the festi- val include Jim Galloway's Mclro Stompers, Kid Camelia Jazz Band, Iho Doivn- chikl niues Hand, and Ihe Tony Gee Quartet featuring singer Ada Lee. A benefit concert, a (rust fund and a charter [light lo Ilie festival arc being organ- ized on behalf of Ihe musicians. were all He entered the real estate business in and served as presiilvnl of the Alberta Heal Estate Association and re- gional vice president of tho Heal Kslale In.slilulc of Can- ada before retiring. 1! KITCHENS, WASHCARS, DINERS, OFFICES, BUNKHOUSES, WELISITES Contact Sales Deparlmenl 5115 CROWCHILD TRAIL CAtGARY 242-1101 You really are demanding! You asked us for a double knit pant with flare legs, belt loops, patch pockets and man tailoring You also said it had to be washable but not too here it is! If they held a Panl-Of-i he-Year award, we'd have to win with these super Courtelle double knit flares. They're our Junior Bazaar's best seller, and if you buy them right now you'll save Now that's value. Courtelle double knit, the really livable fabric machine washable, crush resistant, shape retaining tricot lined split back seam, low rise fashion shades including Mocha, Grey, Blue, Navy a complete size range: BELT IT in rugged leather wilh TOP IT off with a neat sweater idea or e big, brassy buckle. Reg S5.........3.49 a great body shirt trom Jr. Bazaar Reg. 3 days only SAVE QUALITY COSTS MORE AT SIMPSONS-SEARS T n VAIUI I Available fran t toasi in comhin- s lirn? qtulily Dlt lowosl possible pnca, STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 5-.30 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 n.m. ID 9 p.m. Conlro Village. Telephone 320-9231 ;