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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Waldheim has chat with Red minister MOSCOW (AP) Kurt Wal- cllicim, secretary-general of the United Nations, had a "warm friendly" talk today with foreign minister Andrei A. Gro- myko, Tass reported. The Soviet news agency said "they discussed questions con- cerning UN activities and some International problem s." It DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 5lh St. S. Ph. 327-7244 lelnbr'''-- could not be delermincd imme- diately what these "interna- tional problems" were. Waldheim arrived Monday for his first official visit to the So- viet Union and what lie called "an extensive exchange" of views with Soviet leaders. Tass said Gromyko delivered to Waldheim a statement saying the Soviet Union supports the United Nations "as an impor- tant instrument called upon to efficiently promote solution of urgent international political problems in the interests of strengthening peace and inter- national .security." "It has been emphasized In (his Toss said, "lhat all the stales must un- swervingly comply with the de- cisions of the Security Council, adopted in full accordance with the UN charter." This was an apparent refer, ance to a Security Council reso- lution of Nov. 22, which called for Israeli forces to with- draw from lands occupied in the six-day war with the Arab states in June, 1967. The Soviet press continually cites this resolution as a key to a Mideast settlement. WHOOP-UP WEEK AT THE LEGION N WED., JULY 19th T FRL, JULY 21 I BEAVER ROOM "MOONGLQWS" A "THE WEE THREE" SAT., JULY 22nd BEAVER ROOM "VINCE DITRICH" Royal Canadian Legion THURS., JULY 20 VIMY LOUNGE "THE GOLD DOTS" SAT., JULY 22nd VIMY LOUNGE "MOONGLOWS" GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS 1st AVENUE AND 9th ST. S. 25c Dress Sale Items Include: Sizzler Hot Pants Maternity Dresses You nava the choice of another dreii of EXAMPLE Buy One Dress at S22.00 Buy Another Dress for 25c You Pay for Boh Summer Regular and Coat Unglh IfirlcptC Wealher leather JUGHCIS Corduroy HOTS Summer slyles Price Maternity Wear tV Shorts, Siims, Skirts and Bathing Suits OFF CENTRE VILLAGE COLLEGE MALL Final 3 Days Betty Shop's OUR LARGEST CLEARANCE SALE OF THE YEAR Dresses Formals Hot Pant Dresses You buy one dress at the regular price comparable value for just 25e. EXAMPLE: Buy One Dress al S19.98 Bur Another Ores: far 25d For B Sportswear Ten, Paris Slar Tops, Panls, Skirls, Blousgs. Fortrel Slims Wednciday, July 19, 1972 THE LHHBRIDCE HERALD 7 ON THE RUN South Vietnamese troops hurry to climb aboard a fruclc at a bridge crossing south of Quang Tri as North Vietnamese -rocket fire begins to close in on their position. The Soulh Vielnamese were finishing the construction of a new pon- toon bridge. (AP Wirephoto) Most accidents preventable OTTAWA (CP) About Canadians die and another 20.000 are injured each j'ear in farm accidents, most ol them preventable by following safe operating procedures and pro- perly maintaining farm equip- ment, says tlie Canada Safety Council. Twenty per cent higher than the national rate for all acci- dents, the accidental death rate on farms is exceeded only by those in mining and construc- tion. In announcing Farm Safety Week July 25 to 31, the council says that while the percentage of farmers has decreased, the number of farm accidents has increased a s mechanization climbs to meet consumer de- mands for increased productiv- ity. Of all fatal machinery acci- dents, 70 per cent involve trac- tors. More than half the victims are crushed by overturned vehi- cles. Ten per cent of the farm machinery deaths occur in the under-10 age group. The council recommends sev- eral guides to accident preven- tion, including keeping safety guards in place, stopping ma- chines before adjusting or un- clogging, wearing comfortable but close-fitting clothing that has no loose ends to catch in machinery and keeping children off machinery and out of work areas. It also advises occasional breaks to relieve fatigue which causes accidents, and special care when driving farm equip- ment on public roads. Improper use of fuels and pes- ticides also causes farm acci- dents. Engines should not be re- fuelled when hot or running and should not be started immedi- ately if fuel has been spilled on or near them. Pesticides and other chemi- cals on the market have met government standards and are deemed necessary to maintain desired farm productivity lev- cathedral dedicated WINNIPEG tCP) A new St. Boniface Cathedral, built within the walls of a historic structure destroyed by fire four years ago, has been dedicated. Most Hev. Maurice Baudoux, Roman Catholic Archbishop of St. Boniface, and Most Rev. Guido Del Mestri, the Vatican's apostolic pro-nuncio to Canada, officiated at the liturgical cere- mony before two cardinals' in- ter-faith clergy and representa- tives of government and the dip- lomatic corps. The modern church lies be- hind the original stone front of the cathedral looking across the Red River to downtown Winni- peg. The original cathedral was rounded on the site by Bishop Norbert Provencheer in 1818. The new church, designed by ginning of a new stage of the arms race between the two su- perpowers. architect Etienne Gaboury as a temple within the mins, scats about The marble altars Bolshoi ballet shows Swan WOLFWLLE, N.S. (CP) The Bolshoi Ballet won encores from n capacity audience here recently in its last per- formance at the Theatre Arts Festival International. The Russian ballet was the highlight of the four-day festi- val. Its Ihird and final appear- ance recently e'lded with prima ballerina Maya Pliset- skaya's rendering of the classic Dying Swan. It delighted Hie crowd of 1.700, including Premier Gerald Regan of Nova Scolia, which showed its appreciation with thunderous applause. The program included Swan Lake Act II, Raymonda Act III and eight brief divertissements. Ninety-degree temperatures did not seem to wilt cither the dancers or the audience. and crypt were left untouched by the fire. Also participating in Monday night's ceremony was Maurice Cardinal Roy of Quebed City. Radiation increases in Pacific CKRISTCHTJRCII, N.Z. (Reu- ter) Air samples collected daily over the South Pacific have shown no increase in ra- dioactivity from the French nu- clear tests, officials said Tues- day. H. J. Yeabsley, director of New Zealand's radiation labora- tory, said rain samples taken once a week in New Zealand did not show any radiation increase either. Special monitoring programs for short-term fallout had been set up in Pacific areas likely to be affected during the French tests. It now is more than three weeks since France was re- ported to have carried out its first test on Mururoa atoll. els, but it is the user's responsi- bility to exercise care in hand- ling, applying and storing chem- icals. The council urges strict ad- herence to label instructions, the use of protective clothing or respirators when prescribed. Chemicals should be locked out of children's reach and never transferred to containers used for food and drink. Empty chemical containers should be crushed or broken and buried or burned, with care taken to avoid inhalation o[ poisonous fumes. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "War Between Men ard Women" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Play it Again Sam" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEJIA Short Subjects "What's Up Doc" Last Complete Show RREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Kidnapped" "Cany on Again Doctor" One Complete Show UUFKALO JUMP Before Indians of southern Al- berta had guns they killed buf- falo by driving herds over the edges of cliffs. FAST ANIMAL At full speed, a thoroughbred horse can go as fast as 40 miles an hour carrying 125 pounds or more on his back. GREEN ACRES GATES OPEN 9 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. TONIGHT and THURSDAY FOR LAUGHTER! MOD DOCTORS, ODD PATIENTS, CUIE NURSES AND "THE URRT ON GANG" SECOND FEATURE I ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON'S KIDNAPPED a Monumental Motion Picture FAMILY THE EASY MONTE CARLO WAY Meet new people acquire new triends. Go out more get more fun out of lile. Develop new poise and confidence more popular. Improve your dancing-while stay- ing lit. WEU HAKE YOU MORE POPUUR! IN- JOT OUR DULY MIKERS-OUR WEEKLY SOCIALS! ATTEND WITH OR WITHOUT A PARTNER! You have your choice of expert group or private lessons. Learn today's most popular dancesi Latin, Fox Trot, .Waltz, DiscclheqiiE. A personal dance demonstration is- yours wilhout costl FREE] CALL TODAY 327-1442 MONTE CARLO DANCE ACADEMY 535 13th St. N. Lefhbridge ADULT ENTERTAINMENT MRAMOUOT LAST TIMES TONIGHT AT and P.M. JACK lEflmON'BAA8MM HAMS ?UTHEUMR BETWEEN fflENANDUKMIEir JASON ROBMDS It's still the same old story, a fight for love and glory.'" "P1AY IT AGAIN, Adult Not Suitable For Children PARAMOUNT AVE 8lh ST 327 5100 TONIGHT and THURS. at and p.m. FAMILY OK agreement VANCOUVER (CP) Tlie British Columbia coast forest industry, faced wilh court ac- tion by woodworkers, rnlificd a new two- year collective agreement with -he International Woodworkers of America, ending n thrco- veek strike. The contrncl, which provides members of Ihc coast livision wilh a 7.1-ccnt hourly >ny increase, was ratified by inion members last week. WONDERFUL SMALL PARTNERS FAMILY I VVVJi OMALL IINCM5... ENTERTAINMENT witrynan-size courage! they risked everything fora no'count hound! WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS' SHOWMAN PATRICIA CROWLEY LEW AYRES M GODFREY CAMBRIDGE tflllliiM Bcih RICHARDS JohnnyWHITAKER GBOrOtSPELL Produced by Dill ANDERSON Directed by VmcenlMcEVEETr' STARTS TOMORROW ENIOV A SHOW- IN COOl COMFORT Matinee Evenings and p.m. ;