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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Disbarred lawyer appeals EDMONTON Former Edmonton lawyer Daniel Thachuk filed an appeal Tuesday to the supreme court against a dis- barment decision against him June 27. Mr. Thachuk was ordered disbarred after the Benchers the Law Society of Alber- ta's governing body found him guilty of conduct un- becoming a barrister and solicitor. In his notice of directed only against the Mr. Thachuk alleges the order was cessively severe and Egg storage blamed for soaring prices OTTAWA Removal of eggs from the market by the Canadian Egg Marketing Agency is forcing consumers to pay artifically high the Consumer Association of Canada said in a recent letter to Prime Minister Trudeau. The association especially was concerned about storage stocks of fresh by the CEMA. have been'removed from the with a large portion of the cost of removal included in the cost of produc- tion the association said in its letter dated July 26. These costs were being trans- ferred to the consumer. The wholesale price of Grade A eggs early in July ranged from 96 cents a dozen in Newfoundland to 71 cents in Toronto. The egg price in New York during the same period was 59 cents. Egg storage and resultant high retail prices also was forcing consumption down at a time when price increases for other protein sources would have pointed to increas- ed egg the association said. Canadian troops arrive Canadian United Nations troops arrive Tuesday at their post on the Green Line separating Greek and Turkish forces in Nicosia. A large contingent of Canadian troops is arriving to bolster UN forces watching the delicate cease-fire on the Medi- terranean isle of Cyprus. Dow decision delayed Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA A final decision on the Dow Chemical of Canada Sarnia ethylene export application to the National Energy Board will not be passed on to the federal for final or be made public until after the Federal Court rules on a challenge to the NEB's meth- ods in holding an public hearing on the Dow ap- plication last month. Since the Federal Court decision is not expected until sometime in mid this could mean further delays for Dow. An NEB official explained that the Board has decided in effect that it would not be proper if you for the NEB to make known its decision while a related matter was still before the Federal Court. The NEB official also said that the for similar has decided it will not make and probably will not make a on whether to treat the Dow eth- ylene export application as one requesting a license to ex- port or requesting a Board order to export ethylene. An GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET Lethbridge Medicine Hat Calgary regions Mostly sunny today and Thursday. Scattered showers. Highs 75- 80. Lows 50-55. Columbia Kootenay regions Today and Sunny and warm. High both days in the 90s. Lows tonight 50-60. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Mild west and windy and a little cooler northeast today and Thursday. Scattered showers or thunder- storms East and south today and mostly over southern por- tion Thursday. Highs 80 to 90. Lows 50 to 60. West of Continental Divide Partly cloudy and warm to- day and Thursday. Isolated thundershowers. Highs 90. Lows 50. H L Pre. Lethbridge.......90 56 Pincher Creek 89 46 Medicine Hat 90 58 Edmonton 77 48 .17 Grande Prairie 64 43 .41 Banff........... 83 51 Calgary......... 86 49 Victoria 80 55 Penticton....... 97 59 Prince Rupert... 60 45 Prince George 75 41 Kamloops....... 93 58 Vancouver...... 74 56 Saskatoon....... 85 60 .02 Regina 84 61 Winnipeg 78 47 Toronto......... 74 54 .38 Ottawa......... 76 56 Montreal 77 58 St. John's....... 61 49 Halifax......... 61 58 .05 Charlottetown 69 59 Fredericton___.77 63 .08 Chicago 77 67 New York 88 69 1.01 Miami.......... 88 75 .19 Los Angeles..... 86 69 Las Vegas......106 72 .10 Phoenix .107 88 Honolulu........ 89 77 Athens 90 70 Rome 88 68 Paris........... 80 59 London......... 72 61 Berlin.......... 72 52 Amsterdam..... 66 54. Moscow 64 50 Stockholm 64 55 Tokyo.......... 90 79 CAB COOLERS Be prepared for the hot weather. Get a Comfort King or Coldaire cab Coolers to keeK heat and insects out of your tractor or combine cab. The air is cleaned and cooled for comfort on those long hot days. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 order would require no hearings. Dow has asked for NEB au- thorization to export some 10 billion pounds of ethylene to the U.S. between 1977 and 1987. The a basic building block for would be made at planned world-scale ethylene fa- cilities in using ethane from Alberta natural gas as feedstock. Manitoba. British Columbia and four companies have asked the Federal Court to overturn the NEB's decision to hold only public hearings last month on the application and instead to order the Board to hold -full public hearings. Good year for rare whoopers FORT SMITH. N.W.T. It's a good year for whoop- ing cranes. The endangered species had at least nine chicks added to its number this bring- ing to 52 the number of whoop- ing cranes known to be in the wild and 22 know to be in cap- tivity. And all nine had their beginnings in Canada. Biologist Ernie Kuyt of the Canadian wildlife service here said only two chicks hatched last one of which later disappeared. At least four hatched this year at the whoopers' nesting grounds about 40 miles east of this located just across the Alberta border near the Northwest Territories side of Wood Buf- falo National Park. They came from 14 and Mr. Kuyt said there may be other chicks because two pairs of cranes were not ac- counted for and twin egg hatching is known to have oc- curred in at least one nest. PORTS OF ENTRY opening and closing 6 a.m. to 12 Chief Mountain 7 a.m. to 10 Coutts open 24 Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 9 Kingsgate open 24 Porthill-Rykerts 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. to 9 Rooseville 8 a.m. to midnight. Timoc in rkoiTlInhl Gold coins in demand at coast VANCOUVER A Vancouver coin dealer es- timated yesterday that Americans visiting here buy between and worth of. gold coins a month. lot of them are professional people from San Francisco and Los said Benny Lee. come here to buy a cottage and to hide a supp- ly of gold Mr. Lee attributed the purchases to predictions of such people as investment counsellor Harry Browne who predicted bad times in his book How You Can Profit From The Coming Devaluation. Albertan faces new charge PRINCE ALBERT A charge of non-capital murder against Henry Richard of Grande Prairie was withdrawn in city magistrate's court Tuesday. Kelly was charged with offering an indignity to the human remains of Ida of Prince Albert. STILL SELLING FOR LESS STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd St. S. Phone 327-3024 WANTED POOLE ENGINEERING TANDEM GRAVEL TRUCKS GOOD RATES Lethbridge 6th Ave. S. Project Phone 327-1610 or Abe Hiebert 328-4406 After Hours When you Can't Call lit Person Phone Ed 329-3388 Let us design your brochures and catalogs... booklets and creative messages to tell your story the way you want. Ask for. estimates. Located in the LETHBRIDGE HERALD BUILDING THE HERALD PRINTERS 5th 7th ST. S. PHONE 329-3388 k QUENCH Onnge twist. Gripe Wild Raspberry. pkg. of 4 FOOD VALUES I MUSTARD Lihby's 16oz. jir MUSHROOM SOUP Aylmer 10 oz. SPAGHETTI 00 Libby's.14oz. 9 in tomilo siuce for PEANUT BUTTER FOIL Fresh from our DAIRY DEPT. MARGARINE Blue 3 Ib. pkg...... CHEEZWHIZ 16 oz. jar VELVEETA CHEESE 8 CHIP DIPS Kraft 8 oz. SALAD DRESSING Red Leaf 32 oz. I 1 Top Vain 1 16 oz 1 Reynold's Heavy ___ Ww 1 Duty 18 inch HONEY Red Leil Creimed.Zlb. 1 BRIQUETS Grill Time lOlb. FOODS RICE KRISPIES LIQUID DETERGENT Kellogg's 8 oz. oz. MIR Brand bottles.......... 1 I 09 STRAWBERRIES ISoz...... HASH BROWNS Evaporated MILK Top Value tall tins 16 oz. for McGavins BUNS Hot Dog or Hamburger pkg. ol 8 Carnation 2lb. pkg. 39' TOMATOES TopValu 9 PAPER TOWELS 19 oz. Kleenex Boutique pkQ.012 BOSTON BLUEFISH Hi-Liner 14 oz WAFFLES Aunt 10 oz. regular MEATS WIENERS Olympic Ib. PORK CHOPETTES pec Ib.....................................W COLD MEATS Macaroni Mock Chicken FREEZER SPECIAL FRONTS OF BEEF Fully 115 Ibs. to 130 Ib. PRODUCE TIDE GRAPES Green Ib......... PEACHES Ib............... WATERMELON Ib......................... CORN-ON-THE-COB 6' EGG PLANT MCh CHERRY TOMATOES Canada No. 1. each DETERGENT Giant Size 19 1 KOOL-AID Regular AMorted for 10.49' Currie Fine Foods Ltd. I 9th Ave. S. Open daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m Phone 327-2044 J ;