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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ENJOY A CARIBBEAN CRUISE 5-8 14 Day CrtiiiM Available From Ntw Ycrk priced from and up on Quttn Elizabeth II Art Williams Travel Centre Village Mall 328-3201 The Letkfaidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, July PAGES 9 TO J3 lETHMUDGE OmCI FURNITURE LTD, lower 7lh Street Shopping Mall Uthbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 321.7411 CHAIRS BILL GROENEN After the big one Reflections of favorite summer past-Time dapple the waters of Hendersr t Lake as these three youngsters wait patiently for e nibble. With the holiday season reach- ing its zenith this scene is likely to be repeated many more times before autumn winds and school end it all. Plane crash near Cochrane kills 2 men 87 THE CANADIAN PRESS Two men killed when their light plane craned in a field IS miles northwest of Cal- gary among 14 people died in accidents oh The Prairies during the A Canadian Press survey from 6 p.m. Friday to mid- night Sunday night local Grasshoppers pollute fields 2 trains get through despite rail strike fWest premiers exciting9 Fields southwest of Letft- bridge have been termed "polluted" with grasshoppers and farmers are being -warn- ed to check crops regularly for possible infestations. Jim Archibald, re g ional pest control officer for the Alberta Department of Agri- culture, said flax and oat Brown Swiss herds tour scheduled (CP) While all the trains in Alberta, British Columbia, Yukon and Northwest Terri- tories -were supposed to re- main stationary weekend, two slipped through the strike by non-operating railway employees. The two trains .were those carrying Royal American shows, which provided the midway at Klondike Days in Edmonton and was scheduled to open in Regina today. The fast 90-car train, carry- Ing equipment, left early day morning and the second, with personnel from the mid- way, left a few hours later. The trains operated during the secheduled 66-hour strike, which began Saturday morn- special Friday ing, because of a agreement reached between Canadian National Railways and the Association of Non-operating Railway Employees. The rail .strike, plus the limited operation of CP Air because of a machinists strike, left other passenger- carrying services with over- flow loads. John Klem, a spokesman for Air Canada, said the air- line was using all existing aircraft to handle the increas- ed traffic. There should be a repeat performance of the jjst-com- pleted Western Economic Op- portunities Conference everv two or three years, says Leth- bridge West MLA Dick Gruenwald. "I think they have to say it was a pretty good confer- ence and they should follow it up every two or three years." Tbe_Social Credit MLA said that wbib even the premiers didn't seem to understand the very complex freight rates question, it was evident that, "In the West we have four exciting premiers." FACTS OF LIFE CEMENT WO CONCRETE THE SAME MANY HOW SM AK Of IT AS IHT NER.UMillXHOf A UNO WC ACENT.GMCKTt WRC And here's another fact you should know we hove a large selection of portable fans, ideal for home or office use, including the Cafromo Fan "The Quiet One" priced from up. SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. 316 7th Street South Phone 3212301 Saskatchewan horse tops Arabian show in Calgary (CP) Wildwood Kochar, owned by Wimdebar Arabians of Saskatoon, was awarded the legion of merit for earn- ing 75 championship points Saturday at the close of the Arabian and half-Arabian Na- tional Championship Horse show in Calgary. Winner of the stall-decorat- ing contest in the more-than- fouistalls category was Las- ma Arabian Stud of Scotts- dale, Ariz. Crown Point Ara- bians of Grand Junction, Col. won the four-stalls-or-less cat- egory. BERGMAN'S HOOR COVERINGS Custom Installations Pk. 2716 12 Ave.S. E. S. P. FOX Certifiod Denial Mechanic FOX (Uth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Dental ftldf. Mom 327-4565 Thousands of Operations Performed Every Day The actual number of operations that are per- formed in this country every day is staggering to the imagination. Some of these are relatively minor and uncoinplicoteo! but fl 9000 many of them ore or o major nature. Convalescing from on opoiulion whelhei it bo in a hospital or at homo has btcomt increasingly more comfortable. Specific medicines special aids have reduced the time necessary for re- more comfortable. Specific medkines and special convalescent aid in our pharmacy, hi it carry a large selection of products that are frequently colled for in post-operative WATCH OUT FOR THE SUN! SOME mam. ADVICE a possibly very painful sunburn, too much sun con lead to such problems as an overly dry sVin, fl faster aging of your skin end the long range possibility of ether sVin loter on in life. Too much sun has been called a most common cause of skin cancer. DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN FftEECfTY WIDf DfUVEtY WORK tODNIT flif Medical Mdf. 401 9th St. S. 601 Mi Are. Defirerr Coll Coll 3274364 Rose growers win awards Two city rose-growers won trophies in the Calgary Rose Society show Saturday. Mrs. Bernice Muir of 2623 22nd Ave. S., won the Mister Lincoln trophy and five first- place ribbons for her entries. The Chrysler Imperial tro- phy and five first-place rib- bons were awarded to Charles Bauer of 1017 28th St., S. The competition with 501 entries was held hi the Chi- nook Ridge Centre in 'Cal- gary. ASTRO REALTY LTD. Don 1 delay I p' I yO-j' h o T JE 378 7--SE AKROYD'S PLUMBING, HEATING AND GASFTfTING 24-HOUR SEtVICE WORK New Phone AIR CONDITION NOW whktht ROUND ONE Carrier AlCON REFRIGERATION LTD. FURNACES, SHOT MCTAl HEATING, All CONDmONMB 2214 49 St. S. Ph. The premiers bad a chance to express their views and now hope, "They will be lis- tened to more often in the fu- ture." He did not think there were any real, disappointments, even in the field of agricul- ture where Alberta premier Peter Lougheed criticized federal policies. "Tin price of farm produce is better than ever he said. But Lethbridge Progres- sive Conservative MP Een Hurlburt disagreed. "I don't think there was really that much accomplished, he said in a telephone' interview from Waterton. He accused the liberal government of poor management of. western agri- culture. Nor did prime minister North route for Time Air pending Application to the Air Transport Commission for scheduled flights to Grande Prairie by Tune Air of Leth- bridge "are in the Stubb Ross, president of the company says. The ATC is now receiving any objections, modifications and support to the proposed route. The public has until Aug. 17 to present briefs, be says. Time Air now serves Leth- bridge, Medicine Hat, Cal- gary, Red Deer and Edmon- ton. The route between Ed- monton and Grande Prairie became available following termination of service by another company. International Jet Air of Cal- gary, is also competing for the route which win be' awarded after the Aug. 17 deadline. Trudeau gain any political ground, he said. "If we go through" Hansard well find that everything the provinces asksd for, every western member has been asking for on the floorlof the House." Bandies throughout South- western Alberta with Brown Swiss cattle will be toured Aug. 18. Sponsored by the Alberta Brown Swiss Breeders Asso- ciation, the tour win include all aspects of the cattle breed as it exists in Southern Alber- ta. Interested fanners and ran- chers can see pure-bred im- ports, pure-bred domestical Brown Swiss cattle and var- Plant industry ious and upgraded csttlc. beef 3QQ miiK-typc specimens. The tour will start at 9 a.m. in the Claresholm parking lot east of the main shopping area. Centres scheduled for the tour include Fort Macleod, director gets new position Southern Alberta's regional plant industry director has been named extension horti- culturist for central and northern Alberta. The position has been cre- ate! in response to a request for a horticulturist from com- mercial vegetable growers north of Red Deer. Ralph Trimmer, district agriculturist in Lethbridge until his ppomtment as re- gional plant industry director in 1966, -win begin his duties Wednesday with headquar- Pincher Creek, ffillspring, Cardston and Claresholm. CtfffnHNI BUCK, CKMNTALUH MBMCAl MNTAl HBO. lowor level 327-2122 Air. Dimmer said there is a rapidly expanding vegeta- ble and small fruit growing industry in the Edmonton re- gion as well as throughout central end northern Alberta area. Market gardening is grow- ing in interest and his job will be to keep these farm- ers informed and to assist them with their operations. Sergeant to retire Sgt. W. J. Nesbit of the reg- ular force instructional staff attached to the 2tth Inde- pendent Field Battery RCA (M) of Lethbridge has an- nounced plans to retire. Replacement is WO W. A. McMillan. A native of Toronto, Sgt. Nesbit who served in Korea in 1932 and with the Interna- tional Control Commission in Vietnam in 19S6, is on leave pending official retirement in March, 1974. Driving Lessons By Hew Phone 327-1241 ABC DRIVING ACADEMY pick you up in city! DR. R. S. FABBI OPTOMETRIST 314 8th Street South APPOINTMENTS PHONE 327-3331 PAMPER YOUR PAPERS The true unabridged story of how te keep your office running smoothly featuring these stars PUER HAND STAPLER TACKERS MULT! PUNCHES 2 AND 3 HOLE PUNCHES SINGLE HOLE PUNCHES PENCIL SHARPENERS DESK STAPLES IN ASSORTED COLORS Coy 5 boxes of standard staples HfttTiT a standard Desk Stapler and yoa receive FREE valued at 319 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-4591 .crops are the most suscepti- ble to infestation now since they are late maturing vari- eties. As the crops mature and lose green, the hoppers mi- grate to fields still in the green stage to find their food supply. Adequate supplies of di- methoate are available to fanners with fields requiring spraying. Mr. Archibald, said the Municipal District of Cards- ton sprayed some roadside ditches -last week and an in- spection of the sprayed area showed up to 30 hoppers per square yard had been affect- ed by tie treatment. Saskatoon rust growth studied Rust growth has proved to be a major cause of the des- truction of Saskatoon berries, according study done at the University of Lethbridge. Dr. Frank Kozar, chairman cf the division of liberal edu- cation at the Grande Prairie Regional College, just com- pleted four weeks of research in the U of L biological la- boratory, including work with the electron microscope. Through a Boreal In- stitute for Northern Studies grant, the first provided for research within the Alberta colleges system, Dr. Kozar studied the cell structure of tba rust variety- affecting Sas- katoons. He determined that the rust variety caused the unsight- ly reddish-brown scales on the leaves of the plant, caus- ing the reduction in fruit pro- duction. In the second of a two-year research project, be expects to have his data completed by next spring. times, showed Saskatchewan with seven fatalities, Alberta with five and Manitoba wife two. Killed when their plane crashed near Cochrane, Alta., Saturday were Richard Kirwin, 27, and Wayne Lloyd Johnston, 34, both of Cal- gary. Eighty year old James Savard of Wabamun, Alta., died early Sunday w.hen struck by a car as be was walking along Highway 16 about 10 miles east of bis home. Victoria Diane Souster, 18, died in a head on automo- bile collision in Edmonton Friday night and Tera Cam- eron, 4 died when she was hit by a car while crossing an Edmonton street Friday night. In Saskatchewan, three people died when their car collided with a CNR train early Saturday, two miles west of Melville. Dead are Robert Schaidle, 18, and Bar- rel Hoedl, 17, both of Gray- son, Sask., and Eileen Baw- den, 18, of Melvffle. A three vehicle accident near SheUbroofe, Sask., Satur- day claimed the lives of Roy Lucier, 19, of Leask, Sask., and that of a woman whose name has not been released. Five year old Lisa Sunbo of Birch Hill, Sask., was Mil ed Saturday in a two ear collision 10 mfles west of Prince Albert. Allan Becker, 22, of Moose Jaw died in a car truck col- lision Saturday near Moose Jaw. In Manitoba Matthew Paul Tremaudan, 14, of The Pas was killed 19 mfles west of his home Sunday when an auto- mobile hit his trail bike. Murdocfc, 31, of Fisher River, Man., was tilled Sunday when tte tractor he was driving went into a ditch and overturned about three mfles west of Dallas, in Cen- tral Manitoba. ART DIETRICH DENTURE ClINIC DENTAl MECHANIC Schwartz Blda. 222 5th St. S. Phone 32MWS Extra Special! Corning Wore (DISCONTINUED LINES) Covered saucepans, cover- ed skillets. Colors: butter- scotch and avocado. Reg. from 7.95 to 13.95 Out They Go PRICE! Call China 327-5767 DOWNTOWN THE AUCTION BIOCK 2508-2nd AVE. N. LICENSE 1553 REGULAR TUESDAY EVENING SALE, July 24th, 1973 Along with our regular fine selection of household furn- iture, appliances, and effects we wish to highlite the following: COMPLETE HOME DISPERSAL Bedroom, Kitchen and living Room Furniture STARFUTE 50 H.P. EVINRUDE OUTBOARD MOTOR AND CONTROLS. IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. 1966 CHEV IMPA1A SS 327 C.I. MOTOR, EXCELLENT CONDITION 4 FT. x 8 FT. BILLIARD TABLE 1963 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN STN. WAGON IN GOOD RUNNING ORDER 1970 KAWASAKI TRAIL BIKE just like New Miles COMING SALE EVENTS: Women's weor end millinery warehouse clearing, c. J store fixtures, Saturday, August 15th, o.m. We ore now accepting consigned goods for our Antique and Bygone Sole, Saturday, Avg. 18th, o.m. Pins many others too unneivus to mention- Sale goods be viewed any day prior to sate. We We'cenw AH Consigned Goods. Pick-sp service for consigned goods available. Pbone 3Z7-1222 Auctioneer: JOHN BEREZAY Lie. No. MI ;