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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Dateline Alberta Woman's body found WETASKIWIN A cross Canada bulletin has been issued by the RCMP in this town 50 miles south of Ed- monton who are trying toi identify the body of a woman found near here Friday Police said the woman's found by a farmer near the community of nine miles north of was partially decomposed. Tests were conducted during the weekend to determine the cause of death. Because the body was police speculate the woman was the victim of foul play. News reports have quoted police as saying the death may be connected with the deaths of at least three and perhaps as many as five women in British Columbia late last year Shooting at Cluny GLEICHEN A woman will appear in court today charged with attempted murder following a shooting incident near Saturday. A brief RCMP statement said the woman suspect was wounded in the leg by RCMP gunfire during the incident. No further details were available. Trains rolling again EDMONTON Passenger tram service on the Canadian National Railways mainline 100 miles west of has returned to a railway spokesman said The line was blocked by the derailment of six grain cars about 30 miles north of Blue B C. There were no injuries. Dry delta too wet EDMONTON The Peace-Athabasca Delta in northeastern said seven years ago to be drying up and now has more water than is good for trappers and biologists report A rock weir installed as a temporary measure to ease the former drought is being blamed for much of the current excess of water. A biological study of the delta reported two years ago that construction of the W. A. C Bennett Dam upstream on the Peace River in British Columbia had been a factor in lowering water levels to a point where the wildlife in the delta was being hurt and the livelihood of trappers affected. GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge...... 69 49 .33 Pincher Creek... 71 41 .08 Medicine Hat 70 49 12 Edmonton 65 46 .07 Grande Prairie 59 44 .07 Banff..........62 40 .02 Calgary......... 59 45 .33 Victoria.......62 49 Penticton....... 74 26 Prince George 64 49 .05 Kamloops....... 75 43 .02 Vancouver...... 62 51 Saskatoon...... 73 49 Regina 75 45 Winnipeg 88 54 .06 Toronto......80 59 Ottawa......... 76 61 .12 Montreal......76 57 St John's......73 56 Halifax......... 70 58 Charlottetown 73 56 Fredencton..... 79 54 .03 Chicago .....92 72 New York 90 74 Miami......87 77 97 Los Angeles..... 79 64 Las Vegas 102 73 Phoenix 106 84 Honolulu .....86 74 Mexico City Athens 70 55 82 66 Rome......... 66 64 Pans.......... 72 54 London......... 64 55 Berlin 66 54 Amsterdam..... 70 63 Moscow 79 64 Stockholm 68 59 Tokyo........ 71 67 Lethbridge Calgary Medicine Hat Regions Sunny breaks this morning. Cloudy this afternoon with a few showers and scattered thundershowers. Highs 65 to 70. Sunny with afternoon cloudiness and a few afternoon or evening showers and thundershowers. Lows 45 to 50 Highs near 70 Columbia Kootenay Regions sunny at first clouding over by noon with a few afternoon showers or thunderstorms. A few showers persisting in the Columbia area overnight. cloudy periods and a few afternoon showers or thunderstorms in the Columbia otherwise mainly sunny. Highs both days 70 to except near 80 in the West Kootenays. Lows tonight 45 to 50. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Cooler with scattered showers or thunderstorms today decreasing tonight. Mostly fair Wednesday. Highs today 75 to 85. Lows tonight 45 to 55. Highs Wednesday 80s. West of Continental Divide Fair today and Wednesday except isolated thunderstorms today. Highs today 75 to 85. Lows tonight 40s. Highs Wednesday 80s WATER SYSTEMS 1 Deep or Shallow Well Pressure Systems. purpose centrifugal pumps v pumps pumps Pumps For the right pump and the right price see Doug Irwin at GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 Student plan announced EDMONTON The Alberta government today announced a million program to enable students to work with small businesses during the summer. program will offer valuable work experiences to young people and clarify their perception of available caj while concurrently assisting small Employers will be able to reclaim half the wages paid to their student employees hired under the program to a maximum of a month The reimbursement plan is similar to one announced earlier under which farmers who participate may be repaid half the wages they pay to youths working for them. PRAIRIE DITCHING COMPANY FOR ALL YOUR TRENCHING Phone 327-8280 Happy birthday To oohs and arts of appreciation a mammoth display of fireworks lights the sky over the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill in Ottawa Monday night in celebration of the country's birthday the 107th. Wall-to-wall people jammed the lawns to watch Canadians tough-Nixon LOS ANGELES A dispute with the Canadian operators of the proposed San Calif. site of the 1968 Republican national convention prompted President Nixon to Canadians are says as newspaper account of a presidential tape transcript. Nixon suggested that a con- flict with the operators might be created as an excuse for moving the convention to the Miami the Los Angeles Times reported. The April conversa- tion among aide H. R. Haldeman and then Attorney- General John Mitchell included talk of how to handle the site change. They were concerned about press reports connecting International Telephone and Telegraph's promise of financial support of the location with settlement of a United States government anti-trust action against ITT The Times said in its Satur- day editions it had obtained a copy of the which was submitted to the House of Representatives judiciary committee Thursday by Nixon's lawyer. In one section of the tran- script. Nixon was quoted as asking what might be given out as the reason tor shifting the convention to Miami Beach. This exchange followed The cost and uncertainty of the availability of the facilities. There's a real question as to whether they can do the construction on. That's and tiie arena out there is owned by two Canadians and they're just acting tougher than hell. President. All Canadians are tough. The men Mitchell referred to are Peter Graham and his who but do not the San Diego sports arena. The Grahams had told the Republicans it might not be possible to turn the arena over to the party in time for the work necessary to prepare for the convention. Nixon suggested a public relations President Can't we have a situation where we have a break with the Cana- You see what I Create a conflict with That's what we're Nixon followed by saying- for once we could do the PR for once-just one single solitary time. The Colonel and his Boys want you to have A HAPPY SUMMER When you buy a Bucket or You get this Holiday Safety Pack Each pack Aspirin Kleenex Mercurochrome Calomme Lotion Spray Can of Insect Repellent Turns Unguentine First Aid Spray 2 Red Cross Safety Folders OFFER STARTS JUNE 29TH AND CONTINUES ONLY WHILE SUPPLY LASTS. fried s boys make it finger h Sven Ericksens Food Pastry Shop Colonel Sanders and his boys make it finger hck.n1 goo'l 2021 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-8161 1715 MM Drive Phone 328-7756 Academic con PORTS OF ENTRY opening and closing 6 a.m. to 12 Chief Mountain 7 a.m. to 0 Coutts open 24 Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 9 Kingsgate open 24 Porthill-Rykerts 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. to Rooseville 8 a.m. to midnight. WASHINGTON -The National Science Foundation was given million last year to study such puz- zlers as much language can a chimpanzee be Senator William Proxmire says. who heads the Senate appropriations sub- committee that oversees the NSF said in a state- ment Monday that a proposed 39-per-cent increase in the agency's social-research fund- ing is an attempt to supply more chips for a great many academic con The agency has asked Methodists may dance LONDON British Methodists can leaders of their church decided ending a prohibition which began 40 years ago. But the new freedom was bitterly opposed by some at the Methodist an- nual conference in million for social-science re- search over the next 12 months. The social-research Proxmire like an overgrown garden where the weeds are begin- ning to choke out the flow- Proxmire listed some of the social-research projects planned by NSF during the last 12 or next 12 the construc- tion of a compound to be used in a program of research ad- dressed to the question to what extent can the chim- panzee be taught and to the more fundamental question this What is to study two com- munities in focusing on the of between orientations of individuals and the sociocul- tural to study na- ture of legitimacy in a colo- nial society with the central focus on the development of social and political theory and its relationship to large-scale public ceremonies developed by the British in 19th-century b SVEN WILL GET THE HOUSING POLICY OFF THE GROUND SVEN WILL GET THE TRANSPORTATION POLICY ON THE RIGHT TRACK S V E N IS OUR CANDID CANDIDATE Elect SVEN Sven LIBERAL X InsirtedbyThiLathbridgaFiderilLlbarilAssociilion Phone 329-0224 ;