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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD July Airlines plan discounts for winter vacationists MONTREAL CP React ing to recent of their domestic Air Canada and CP Air affirmed Tuesday they will introduce new offseason package vacations this In a joint the air lines did not reveal details of the new fares but said they will include substantial dis counts from normal air and ground rates and will be ready by this Transport Minister Don Jamieson told the Commons June 30 that Air Canada was preparing to introduce reduced fares after questions in the House asking if the com pany would match recent trans atlantic fare On the federal gov ernment was reported annoyed at recent domestic increases last August and this March which raised fam ily and stopover In the joint the air lines said reduced promotional fares designed to stimulate travel in Canada were intro duced last CUT OFFSEASON FARE A MontrealVancouver return conomy trip normally costing 290 was reduced to if tick s were purchased two months i advance for offseason The airlines said ah1 travel dies in Canada compare favor bly with those charged in the United States for travel over imilar and are sub tantially below those in Eu Under the fares were computed on a citytocity oasis so that a direct Montreal Vancouver trip cost less than the same trip with This theairlines said in their allows airline to recover the addi tional costs involved such as nulrJple additional jaggage handling and general airport They said such fare calcula tion has been a standard prac ice by airlines in many coun tries for a number of years and it ensures that the av erage passenger who flies direct rom point to point does not sub sidize the few who make multi ple Flood area residents to receive aid PETITE POOCH Little Gina Is just the right size for bike carrier of her John Kotila of who left his car behind in favor of thii nonpoll Rapeseed gaining in importance FITNESS STUDY William president of the Canadian Association for Physical Education and holds a copy of a study he presented to Health Minister John Munro in Ottawa The study is The Physical Fitness Per formance and Work Capacity of Canadian Suggests official be supoeiiaed Judge irked at kennel club Town plans to renovate former Michener home LACOMBE Roland Michener returned to his birth place Tuesday and heard the town officials discuss plans to renovate and preserve the former Michener and Michener plan ned to spend three days in cen tral Alberto on an informal visit to old friends and Michener met with mem bers of the town council and of ficers of the MasMpitoon His torical After the Mayor Wes Jackson reported that the governorgeneral had been re ceptive to the plans and had of fered a personal donation of towards the The Mayor said Michener also offered some furniture from his mothers bedroom for dis play in the The furni ture is currently being stored by UK Glenbow Foundation of The mayor estimated that purchase of the Michener refurnishing and relocation would cost about It would be relo cated in Michener cen tennial project of a community of about 20 miles north of Red The historical society has an option to buy the house and pledges of about for the It was expected thai purchase of the house woulc cost about and Edwin Michener lived in the twosto rey house in 1900 when their son Roland was Later that year the Micheners move 14 miles south of Lacombe to a farming district near Red Deer and in 1901 moved into Ret The governorgeneral Tues day attended a picnic and re ception in Michener Park a which he presented a bouque of carnations to Dougall at age wa helping in the Michener house hold when their Rolani was BEST WEAPON IN BATTLE AGAINST OVERWEIGHT TIave you ever stopped to con sider tho renl vnluo of your bathroom srrnlcs in your weight reduction or weight mainte jianro problem Headers Digest July issue ro ports on this simple device found in most homes nnd tells you thq secret of how doctors uso it in the control of their patients Bend the threepoint plnn in this timely Follow thcso points nntl youll tnke oft pounds nnd Arrp Vm Get your July Headers Digest Police capture prison escapee MEDICINE HAT CP Larry William wh escaped from hospital Monda while serving a 10year sen tence at the federal peniten tiary near Prince Sask was captured here Tuesda Police released few detai of the This southeast era Alberta city is 240 mile southwest of Prince Harvey had served of a 10year senteni for armed Police sa he was to be returned shortl to Prince CP Two Alberta cabinet ministers Tuesday toured the floodrav aged area 155 miles north of Edmonton and reported that adequate arrangements have been made for threatened rest dents if the flooding Agriculture Minister Henry uste and Ethel minis er without surveyed e area by then isited several farms by auto obile over roads that twc ys earlier had been covered waters from Hie flooded riftpile and Swan Extent of the damage and lat problems flooding has aused crops are not known Ruste Ruste said serious crop amage could result if the wet eather persists for any ngth of The agriculture minister and Wilson will report to cabi About 65 persons were evacu ted last weekend when the ivcrs They return a home on Monday when the raters receded but more ram rcught a renewed threat of RICHMOND CP Judge Graham said Monday an official of the Cana dian Kennel Club should be sub poenaed and brought to court to explain the problems the club has caused dog owners across Uie Its about time this was It would give me great he Judge Graham was comment ing after hearing evidence dur ing the trial of Yvonne of RE who is charged by Gordon of with selling a female poodle in without furnishing a certi ficate of registration or owner ship Dodgson said he bought the puppy for but he cannot breed her profitably without pa Miss Hope said the papers were a long time coming from the kennel The charge was laid under the Livestock Pedigree a fed eral statute which requires that when a person sells or contracts to sell a dog as purebred he must furnish or agree to furnish a certificate of registration to gether with a fullyrecorded Reschedule archery program COALDALE HNS Tile Coaldale Recreation office offi cials announced that for this week only the Junior Archery program has been It will be held from 9 to 11 and 1 to 3 July 9 at the Baker School The program is for all girls and boys 10 to 17 years of age residing in the County of Leth taidge south of the Oldman Next week and every week thereafter it will be held o n Tuesdays at the same times and place as announced The archery lessons and practise sessions are being of fered by the Southern Regional Recreation baord in prepara tion for the Southern Alberta Summer and Geldert are the No progress in monetary policy talks BONN Reuter Chancellor Willy Brandt of West Germany and President Georges Pompi dou of France wound up two days of talks Tuesday that brought their countries no closer to solving their differ ences over monetary West Germany was insistent on continuing to float the value of the mark against the dollar while France continued to resist any moves to widen the currency fluctuation French government sources at the talks summed up the situ ation by saying France still fa vors fixed exchange rates and narrow fluctuation margins while Germany wants flexible exchange rates and wider mar There was full agreement by both sides that mutuallybal anced forces reduction in Eu rope should not be solely a mat ter for the two super the and the Soviet It was fundamentally a European issue and Europe must partici pate in every phase of the EastWest they Poultry firm threatened with boycott PRINCE CP A Vancouver subsi diary of Alberta Poultry Pro ducers was threatened with a boycott by an unnamed mem ber of the British Columbia Broiler Marketing a company spokesman charged The disclosure was made as a simmering dispute between the board and Prince George Buyers of Alberta chickens cooled off briefly while lawy yers and the board prepared for an appeal Date has not been Russ sales man ager of Lilydale Poultry sales in said its subsidiary in Vancouver was threatened with the boycott if Alberta poultry marketers continued shipping the product to Prince He said that a member of the board told an executive of William Scott and that the board would take action against William Marfleet said the boycott would involve refusal of poultry growers to sell their chickens to the Scott He said the effect of the boy cott would be to close down William Scott for an indefinite transfer of ownership to the John Robertson of KR a profes sional breeder of testi fied the kennel club had adopted a computer system three years ago with the hope that the pa pers would be available in three or four This Now records are being processed manually and this takes Adjourning the case to July Judge Graham said he had personal knowledge of the prob lem as he owned a dog for which he was unable to get pa The only thing I can tell Dodgson is that he is in this with thousands of other The whole thing has broken Richmond Hill is about 15 miles north of WINNIPEG CP Uni versity of Manitoba research specialist who has been study ing rapeseed for the last 17 years says the now the fourthlargest grain crop in Can can become even more im Stefannson of the universitys department of plant science said improved rapeseed is needed to maintain Canadas position as an exporter and to help meet increasing demand for rapeseed used largely as a cooking He said sometimes called Canadas Cinderella crop and next in importance only to barley and may ov ertake some of the crops if its handled A key factor in the handling is research on the plants products and The tiny plant with the yellow flower has been cultivated for ages in the Far East and Eu rope but is relatively new to the Canadian Last nearly four million acres of rapeseed were plantec and harvested in the western compared with acres in Stefannson said the de mand for rapeseed for use in the manufacture of cooking oils shortening and margarine is far ahead of In addition to the process ing of rapeseed produces a pro teinrich granular meal that i used extensively in feeding cat Stefannson said a oneto harvest of rapeseed can b gathered from four pounds o yielding about 800 of oil and the balance in At 40 bushels a rapeseei now sells at about In the last researc at the department of plant sc ence has resulted in the Bee sing of four new varieties rapeseed Tanka Targ Polar 1969 and Turr The universitys departme of agricultural economics i cently completed a study of re turns from the program that 1 to the 1966 release of The study said costs of devel ing Target were and e value of the added yield of otein and oii in Canada over e last three years was all sought or funeral if jazz NEW YORK Reuter The amily of Louis Armstrong oday sought a huge hall to ac omraddate the thousands of mourners expected to pay final espects to the jazz great before s burial who died of heart ilure at the age of 71 while he ept Tuesday will ave as honorary pall bearers nany of the top names in show including Bing earl Ella Frank Dizzy ohnny Carson and David The funeral service will be in Corona Congregational Church rith burial in Flushing cerne ery in Queens near the unpre entious 11room home where Satchino and his fourth wife Lucille lived for the last 28 Whether it will be a regular religious service followed by a graveside ceremony or a traditional New Orleansstylo azz burial is in But there is little doubt that Armstrong would not have ob jected to the oldstyle in which jazz musicians play and whoop it In New Orleans I played at as many funerals as I couid Armstrong once And cats died like so I got a lot of nice gigs jobs out of Its Theyre going to enjoy blowing over aint they Cats will be coming from California and everywhere else just to Armstrong had been ailing for 10 years from heart and kidney Weather and road report STUDENTS 1824 TRAVEL CANADA FOR Accomodation July 20 18 AUGUR Phone 3287144 Two killed near Killam KILLAM CP Two per sons were killed when two vehi cles collided at the junction of Highways 13 and 36 near this community 80 miles southeast of RCMP identified the dead as Minnio Zelma of and Alphee Bou of Eric the womens was in satisfactory condition today in hospital police Mailmen protest office too hot MONTREAL CP Mon treals inside postal work ers are ready to if ne unless the post office repairs its airconditioner and stops hiring parttime employ ees to fill fulltime Mar cel Montreal local chairman of the Canadian Union of Postal told a news conference the warn ing had been sent to deputy postmastergen Agnews hid hits snag in Kuwait KUWAIT AP VicePresi dent Spiro Agnews bid for Kuwaiti backing for the United States Middle East peace moves was overshadowed today by a controversy involving Am bassador John The Englishlanguage Daily News quotes Walsh as saying Agnews visit was designed to help Republican political chances in the 1972 presidential election and that Walsh has threatened to quit because of alleged proIsraeli bias in the state The ambassador says this is a complete said Agnews press Victor The Daily New quotes Walsh as saying missions by Agnew and Slate Secretary William Rogers to the Middle East are merely intended to help the re election of Nixon through helping Israel to keep the occu pied Arab lands and conse quently shower on him the blessings of powerful Zionists in New York and other parts of the United rq ABOVE 1900 D ZERO AT SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET H Prc Lcthuridge 68 48 57 45 Pincher Creek 65 45 Medicine Hat 70 45 49 Grande Praire 66 51 60 40 64 42 54 39 Victoria 64 44 62 3G Prince George 60 40 Vancouver 61 46 45 73 45 74 56 84 58 53 Los 62 Las 76 73 82 61 69 London 63 62 66 65 56 85 65 Charlottetown 65 78 74 New 73 75 55 81 52 Amsterdam 77 59 61 54 72 84 77 FORECAST Medicine Hat Today Showers and tluin dcrshowers with a risk of Strong west Lows Thursday Mainly siin Showers in a few locali Highs near Calgary Today A few Clearing this Brisk west to northwest Lows Thursday Mainly Af ternoon showers in a few lo Highs Kootenay To day Cloudy with a few show Highs Thursday Sunny with a few cloudy pe Lows tonight in mid Highs Thursday Made millions CHICAGO AP A woman who parlayed a teachers salary into a small fortune has left million to medical research at the University of Mu riel who died of cancer March made more than million in the stock a relative In the 46 years she her an nual salary was never more than CARPET and UNO Complete Installations free Estimates No Obligation PHONE 3278578 CAPITOL FURNITURE The Carptt Housa of tha South THINGS to make things EASIER ARE SOME OF THE ITEMS AVAHABlEt Air Air Air Roll away Vibralor Bolt Car Cor Top Cement Stacking Coffee Crow Exercise Flame Hammer Appliance Hodge Trim Hoist and Hyd Lawn lawn Trimmorl and Post Hole Geor Sump Roto Rug Electric Seed Tow Sleeping Trailer Utility For your RENTAL NEEDS call WARDS SERVICES 171J Jnd Miww 3MI775 I I I I I I Invitation Plan To Attend The Haybuster Stackeze and Cuber Demonstrations July 8th 2 TIFFEN DAIRY FARM 1 mile 2 miles south cf DriveIn GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Highway Plione 3273165 OFFICIAL AS AT TODAY COURTESY OF AMA I I I I I I I I I ll All highways In the Lcthldry and in good driving condl bridge District are bare and POUTS OF ENTRY Opening nml Closing CouttS 21 hours Corway 5 lo 11 MST Del Bonitn 7 to 8 7 to 11 24 hours PorthillRykcrts 8 to Chief Mountain 6 to 9 7 to 8 Logan Pass open 24 houri ;