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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Embryo stars found PASADE.VA. Calif. (AP) A group of yoing stars and v.-hat apparently are several others stiU in the process of being born have been discovered about 000 light years away from earth, California scientists re- ported here. j The embryo iiars. baing formed by condensation in a i liugc cloud of iniersii.'llar gases, were detected by California In-1 stitute of Technology astrono-! mers using sensitive infra-red devices. The enormous gaseous cloud makes them invisible to ordinary Astronomers detected tiie radiation by using instruments attached to the KXMncii and 200- j inch telescopes at Mount Wilson ar.d Mount Paloniar. The observations are reported in the current issue o: Monthly Notices cf the Royal Astrono- ittical Society. Drs. Gareth Wynr.-Vviilianii. Erick Becklin and Gem- Xenriehei-'er of Cal- i tech here did the research. Scientists believe stars born when gas clo'jds condense and shrink, becoming increas-' iagly hotter until nuclear reac- tions are set off and the stars begin to glow with visible liEht. fl-.e cloiid called that con- Tous of otlier equipment is part cf the Way galaxy, just as our solar systera is. Soturdoy, Jonuory 17, 1973 THE LITHMIDGE HRAIA _ British political figures to quit active politics Henry ivould never recognize it 5cm Wade of OSio r-.akes adjustments to his ccr_lhe the Automotive Building in Toronto's Canadian National Exhibition. The cor, originally a 1929 Ford, can GO more then en hour. 11 is one of ihe machines entered in Speed Sport '73, opening today. More fmids for salmon South Vietnam swamped with planes LONDON (CP) Duncan Saadys, former Commonwealth secretary and the last remain- ing member of Sir Winston Churchill's post-war adminis- tration still in active has announced he wiU quit Par- liament at the next general election. Sandys, iviw turned 65 this week, said the decision had nothing to do with his healih and declined further comment. A MP for 37 years, he has rep- j resented the South London rid- ing of Sireatham since 1950. The tall, craggy-featured Sandy? was formerly married to Churchill's daughter who died in 1X3, three years after they were observers saw a great influence by his father-in-law on his polit- ical views. He has been a tireless toiler for Britain's entry into the Eu- ropean Economic Community since was one of sev- eral such pro-Europe supporters revrarded in the Queen's New Year honors this month. He was rosde a Companion of Honor. Vfnen Churchill formed his 1951 administration, Sandys was appointed to ministerial rank as a kind o! high-level trouble- shooter, charged with the task of dismantling Labor's steel na- tionalization and returning the industry to private enterprise. He subsequently became housing minister, defence min- ister and sviation minister be- fore taking over as Crai- I monwealth secretary in 1950. just as the stirrings for inde- pendence in colonial Africa and elsewhere began. j As Commonwealth secretary. j Sandys often favored a federal principle, trying to hold to- gether black and while in On- tral Africa with the ill-fated fed- eration composed of what then were Southern Rhodeisa. North- ern Rhodesia and Nyasaland. This broke up under the pres- sures of black nationalism In the two northern partners. Eandys also presided ma establishment of the now- defunct Malaysian Federation and the short-lived South AM- can federal connection. LONG DISTANCE CALLS More than 500 million long- distance telephone calls in rcade in Canada each year. QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD 8 IB. [NORMAL GARMEHTS) PRE-SPOTTED AND AFTER-SPOTTED BY OUR ATTENDANT FAST SERVICE -USUALIY 1': HOURS -NO NEED TO WAIT -LEAVE YOUR LOAD WITH (IS -WE'LL DO IT FOR YOU AND HAN6 IT UP -CALL BACK LATER INDIVIDUALITY YOUR LOAD IS DONE IN ITS OWN DRY CLEANER Parkside Coin-Op Laundry Dry Clean Ltd. FIBST IN 1ETHBBIDGE WITH COIN-OP DRY CLEANING 2634 South Parkside For FuMher hformotion Phone 327-0811 p.m. WEEKDAYS p.m. tAT. By IAIN HINTER Herald Onaus Buresn OTTAWA Fisheries MirJ5- yesterdsy that the federal gov- ernment is extra rnonev this year for ire clear- me o: salmon streams in'B.C. He made the siatetient Li the House of Commons in answer to a question from Tom Earnett Bamet; noted that the B.C. government has s'-ispe-rced log- ging in at least one salmon spawning stream on ancouver Island and has indicated an in- terest in tlie preservation of these streams. He asked when Ort.iwa set aside rr.onev and assign staff to catch the "long- st.Tjding of neglected salraor. spav-nirg streams 'in the province. certi_nly welcome the new-found interest c: the gov- emrnent of British Cohimbia in salmon streams on the West Coast." Davis retvied. adding that additional funds for clear- ing ihe streams -.nil be pro- vided in tre bii.ieet to be in Parlar.ient in a fe.i weeks. JOSEPH B. TREASTER York TimfS Service SATGOX Racing against a ceafe-iire. v.hic-h is scheduled to hegLi SiL-.da} nornins. the Lnited States has in recent Ty.orths swamped the South Vlelr.ar.ese air force with hmcireds o: v-arpiines it can neither f'v nor maintain. The new pl.ir.es arid thous- ards of tons o' supplies and k-a-red thnt the draft cease- fire atTtomsnt stipuiated thai ial after a formal cessation of combat v.oillj be en an item- The South Yiet.naniese nrw received nearly S50 new fiehter-bcmbers ar.d tra.-isrx3ri IX STORAGE of naw aircraft are in storage hangars, and seme Sor.h Vietnamese officers say that i; rnsy take as lerg as nvo years to T-ecr.iit ar.d train eriCugh pilots and ground :ech- rjcians to put ail of the places LT.I fijil The States had accel- erated its to expand ihe South air force as American troors were b-eir.g ranidiy sent home in 1971 anc i Heath to Bonn LONDON' Prime Wjusier Ed-.vard Keath svill pay an official 10 Bc-nn for talks West German Chan- celior Willy Brand; March 1 ar.d 2, i: was a-nnouaced here. Old soldiers prefer B.C. and Ontario I OTTAWA i CP Old 1 were once to fade away, ii_: in Car.ada they seem to pre- fer retirutc to Ontario or Brit- Col-LLmbia. i Informatioti proM'ded by the Car.adian Forros indicates that of the former Canadian sailors and airmen no'.v retired. live in On- tario ar.d ?.033 in British Col- 1 By ;he ei.d of last summer the air force hid reached the size tha; the I'ni'M States had ex- it ;t !v by 1974 The air force 50.COO raen and between and I.2W air- crafi a combination of pro- peller ?-u w tombers. propel- ler ard jct-Si.-isied ar.d 5iXi helicopiers. One place South Viet- officer said tha: in order 10 har.cle the latest air- c--ifi ar.d supplies as well some additional plar.es thai are to bo iurned over by .American units the air force will need a 30 per cert increase in personnel to about men. The officer said that about 'jiiots verc needed imnie- c'2te'y a-td ;'.t2i several thous- ar.d undergo basic advanced training in main- ier.arce and supply handling techrjques. of the trairbg is now core in the United States. It lakes a rr.ir.imum of 14 tc-r tl'.e basic je: fighte- pro- gram for and nine to 10 ivtraths to leam to Cy a beli- copier. Teciinicians ard mech- anics must spend nearlv a year it; schoo'.. There are only a couple cf hur.dred South Vietnamese airmen I raining Ln the United States r.0'.v. Training programs Li Softh are being up. but even so. the al- ready greatly ove-ettended air force seems vjilikely to meet its immediate mar.power needs. To fill the gap. American civ- il'sn have been hired by the United States gov- er-.neri and poups of about 500 are to have been to the principal bases in South Vietnam Some of the civilians are run- sing classes in aircraft main- tenance others are carry- itt? cui compbcaied repairs themselves and also assembling ihe new aircraft that have re- cer.tlv arrived. TEACH AIKMEV i Oiber American civilians have been teachbg Vittnaaese airmen who have I ul the transport now to iiy the larger C-130 cargo air- craft that arrived toward the eixi of last year. 1 Eince '.ate IKO's. w'-eti 1 the air force began growing at a rate in it had 16.000 rr.en ar.d 4W air- craft iro biggest problems for the service have get- ting spare pans and equiDraerit to v-.'here tr.ev were needed ar.d Iteepnc the places Ln 2y- i-s cordJtifti. Even vdth the heln of ihe frrcc has bc-c-a ur.able to keep up with tr.e re- quired for its aircraft. "irai in a'.'-ojt half of the squad ro." ihe air fere; only abcu X per cent cf the pLines assign to the tmit were operaiiori With a few exception, -..i-tere as mar.y as 75 per cf tue plaits w-ere available for use. the resi of ibe tnits tnat far fewer than ha'lf their planes vrere opera- NO GLARE! POLARIZED LENSES cc-npV.eS' Jrcm W3ier bigh'-vays and bescheE. And now you rsvs them In cwi Drive ssfe.y. Eee mere Framed in cur new plsttsrc, squares, cvdls or cctsccis. Specializing in the fining of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Prescription Stnalos-es Children's rramet Mcgnifien Repair! Eecsonab'o PricM OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. _ 308-7th ST. S. 337-3609 The wore nrovtdeci ir. deserve to pay. less TOT The rex; n-.ost life insurance _ior .irmexi tor retires armvxi torces pcr- personnel are Xcn'a Sco- tia, Qr.e-Sec and Alivrta. Found (lend cr> Benja- irto rr.in fir.-- Ifwiti T.n'.re-. is. of hcr-e HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 120) 3rd.Ave. S. Phone 328-7777 A55TAISERS' Poiit-e appar- cr.t'.y o: H'.? KViy u.i5 foutsd his birthor ar.d tut-'tliir yo.itli who looking for him whm he f.iiliM to riMum Ki .1 tr.vplino cril'ir. in which the three were Lethbridge Kinsmen Donate CITY OF LETHBRIDGE SAVE RE: Prepayment of 1973 Property Business Tax Prepayments will be accepted after January 1st to February 28th, 1973, and interest will be allow- ed from date of payment to June 30th, 1973, on PER ANNUM amount not exceeding the 1972 NORTH LETHBRIDGE "Your Pro Store for Hord-to-Find Hardware" 324-13th Street North Phone 328-4441 WILL BE CLOSED FOR ANNUAL INVENTORY TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY January 30 and 31, 1973 If you earn a year or less, you should know about AIM homes! N'a-ufaciursd Homes' hcor'S i; possible for y.-u to ZCMJR :y s r.onthiy paymenls ,-s as f.-y re in rent! CLIP AND MAIL A-1 P.O. Box 303-J, Poslal Slali-i.i '3'. Calgary, Alberta. 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