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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 1HE IFTHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, 1971 IN MEMOR1AM___ TOTIl In loving memory ol a dear sister and mint who passed away June 9, 1908. missed and always remembered Den, Mcl- lin, Glen, Dean, Uhonda- Gav and Cam. 3513 IN MEMORIAMS HOOT In loving memory of Monty liool, passed away June 8, 1971, at the age of 16. Somewhere beyond the sunset Where loveliness never dies, He dwells in a beautiful gar- den. 'Ncalh tlic blue and gold of] the skies. We who have known and lev ed him Whose parting brought great pain Will treasure his memo ever Until we meet again. remeinberd b y Aunt June, Cousins Sandra and Scott, Bcverlv and Robbie. 3423-10 TOTH In loving memory of a dearly beloved daughter and sister, Harlcne Toth, who pass- ed away so suddenly June 9, 1963. We often sit and think of you and of the way you died, Many times we have longed for you, many times we have cried. You gave no one a last fare- well, you said good bye lo God was there beside you as He whispered And Heaven's gates were open to welcome you inside. You suffered in silence when no one else knew But no earthly sorrows or cares can reach our loved one resting there. If we asked our dearest wish, with fervent lips would pray, "Oh God watch over her child- ren three and always keep them close to thee." lovingly remembered, so sadly missed by dad Kjeld- gaard; brothers, Dennis and Jerry and families. University 1H professors >ry lor-1 M'ork hard Hail hit hard last veai TORONTO (CP) So you think a university professor works only from September until May and not hard at that? Not so, the Ontario Coun- cil of Universities said today. It released a report from a council research team that found the average pro- fessor works more than 40 hours a week during a full year. The report said that 40 per cent of the time is taken up with teaching, 40 per cent on research and other scholarly activities, 15 per cent in administration and Jive per cent in professional activities. The report is titled: The Ten O'clock Scholar? Hail danNige lo grain crops in Abcrla in 1971 was the heav- iest in recent years, say Alber- ta Hail and Crop Insurance Cor- poration officials. The corporation, which does about 75 per cent of all hail business in the province, re- ports that it paid claims last year totalling This was slightly more ihan Hie farmers paid in premiums. About one in every six policy- holders experienced hail dam- age. Despite the unfavorable, expe- rience ol the past year, the Cor- poration has declared a 10 per cent premium refund to all policyholders who did not file a claim. These cheques have been mailed out to agents for tribution and eligible farmers who have not already received their refund are advised to see the agent from whom they bought (heir insurance last year. .1. M. McKay, president, [points out that the corporation is a crown corporation of the province set up to provide farmers with hail insurance at cost, This year's premium re- fund is possible only be- cause of the reserves built up over the years to cover losses in bad hail years such as 1971. Looking a h e a d to 1972, Mr. McKay forsees a substantial in- crease in the bail coverage placed on grain and seed crops in Alberta. Last year only about one in every three fanners in the I province carried hail insurance. Ottawa rejects Alberta incentive grants request YOUTHS CLEAN UP BEDFORD, Quo. (CP) An Opportunities for Youth grant of is being used this sum- mer by 35 young people to man- age a municipal park, beautify this Eastern Townships region, construct a bridge wall near the church, conduct an anti-pollu- tion campaign, recover used bottles, administer nearby picnic grounds and clean up a local river. CALGARY (CP) A plan by the province to get more con- trol over federal economic in- centive programs has been re- jected by Ottawa, Intergovern- mental Affairs Minister Don Getty said Thursday. The province urged minister Jean Marcliand of the depart- ment ol regional economic ex- pansion to make the whole province eligible for grants, Mr. Getty said in a telephone inier- nview from Edmonton. The idea was turned down this week. "We suggested that various provincial departments would look at a specific project, .de- termine what it would require and then present tlie whole package lo Mr. Marchand. "However, Mr. Marchand does not accept the argument that we can handle the objec- tives 01 his department without having special areas in the province. Currently, the only special i area eligible for grants is near i Slave Lake in north central J Many of those without hail pro- eeliun who sustained heavy osses are expected lo seek pro- cclion this season. T b c corporation carried an 'all-time high" of over 000 in risk last season and if crop prospects are favorable in ate June farmers are expected o place even more insurance on their crops this year. The two large and extremely severe storms that struck across central Alberta on July 23 made that day the worst bail day in the province in over a decade. In all, damaging hail was re- ported on 41 days. This was above that of recent years, but about equal to the long-time average. However, it was the severity of the storms and the fact that much of the hail activity was relatively late in the season, when crops were most susceptible, ac- counted for the heavier than normal damage. Central and northern Alberta bore the brunt ol the hail storms last year, though parts I the south and the Peace- Uver area were also bit. Small farm plan hit by Cormack CENTRE VILLAGE SATURDAY SPECIALS Woolen Camping Blankets Size 60x80" Reg. 3.99 ______ SPECIAL MACLEODS FACELLE ROYALE Bathroom Tissue 2 roll pack QQti Reg. 39c SPECIAL g for SPECIAL, MACLEODS Flour Robin Hood 20 i 11 CENTRE VILLAGE IGA Alberta Mr. Getty said the program has been a success in the im- mediate area but neighboring communities have complained they cannot compete with the advantages offered by the fed- eral program. The Progressive Conservative government has argued since it took office that the federal pro- gram makes it difficult for the province lo set up its own in centives programs. PRODUCTION DROP Production of broiler chicken! in Quebec dropped to 71.6 mil i lion in 1971 from 80.7 million in OTTAWA (CP) A Manitoba government spokesman charged .oday that Ottawa is trying to push farmers out of agriculture and into industry. J. M. Cormack, Manitoba's deputy agriculture minister, po told the Commons agricultural committee that the govern- ment's proposed small farm de- velopment program will hurt the small farmer more than help him. He said the federal govern- ment is willing to buy out low income farmers with the idea of retraining them for oilier jobs. But retraining facilities and the jobs for retrained persons are not available in Manitoba, ho said. He said in a brief provincial agriculture ministers agreed unanimously last July they were unable to accept the federal proposal as it had been put for- ward. 'Little progress has been Art work stolen I.ERIDA, Spain (Heuter) A jricetess Gothic altnr piece has been stolen from the parish church of Abella near this norlheasler Spanish cily, t h bishopric reported here. The six-by-nine-foot altar piece was crafted in 1375 by Pere Scrra. added. The legislation would cxlcntl -he powers of the Farm Credit Jorp. to help young farmers build up farms ant! older, TOorer farmers lo retire or move into other occupations. "This said Mr. Cormack, "was made public without any prior consultation with' provincial BIRDS CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) Birds living in lliis seaport city have seven times more lead in their bones than birds in nearby rural areas, nn ornithologist reported. He blamed tlia higher lead content on car exhaust fumes from gasoline with lead additives. WANTED IMMEDIATELY COMPETENT SALESMAN To sell the great line of Chrysler, Plymouth and Fargo trucks and used cars and irucks. Usual company benefits and supplied. Experience not necessary. Apply fn person lo Lome Frani FLEMING MOTORS LTD. Corner 7th SI. and 1st Ave. P They recycle. That's why! It's the real thing. Coke. Apple and Raisin Pies 3 -V49 CENTRE VILLAGE IGA 20-inch Deluxe 3 Speed Fan OO.88 SALE MACLEODS Fleetwood Stereo ONE ONLY. Contemporary styling. AM and TM radio and changer. Reg. 299.95 SALE MACLEODS try ling, v 188 Soff Puffs Absorbent Balls, lo a bag Reg, SPECIAL, ONLY MACLEODS 33" Wig Service Comb-oul Reg. 1.00 SALE MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM Happy Time Ice Cream Piasiic gallon Reg. 2.29 SALE CENTRE VILLAGE IGA SIMPSONS- Stemware Pinwheel design Each piece MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM 1 Ivory Liquid 24-oz. Reg. 99c..........SPECIAL Limit 2 per customer MACLEODS Men's Leather Belts Reg. 4.00........ SPECIAL MACLEODS Bar-B-Que Briquets 10 Ibs. Reg. 1.09 SPECIAL MACLEODS Cool Capless Wigs Dynel sylhetic Elura heat resistant. Reg. 39.95 SALE i MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM 29 SATURDAY ONLY PERSONAL SHOPPING PLEASE Turkeys Canada Grade A Malure or Grade B Young 8-14 Ibs............. SALE, IB. CENTRE VILLAGE IGA B.B.Q. Chrome Frank Spears Holds three wieners Reg. 1.99 SALE MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM 50' Garden Hose Bath Towels COFFEE SHOP Salisbury Steak Men's Athletic Undershirts Salmon Eggs Golden Nugget 3 2 V for Paint Roller and Tray Reg. 1.99 SPECIAL MACLEODS Phentex Yarn Jumbo 8-oz. ball Reg. 1.66 SPECIAL MACLEODS Pampers Diapers 12's and 15's Reg. 1.16........ SPECIAL MACLEODS Oranges Size 88't 15-1 .49 CENTRE VILLAGE IGA SPECIALS 1 SPECIALS SPECIALS King Tide 5-lb. box 5AIE CENTRE VILLAGE IGA Hand! Plastic Garbage Bags Pkg. of 10....... fcf pkgs. CENTRE VILLAGE IGA The Mall That Has It All 13th Street and 2nd Avenue North Set ol 4 Juice Glasses Set ol 6 Hangers 33 R.P.M.-IP Records Sewing Boxes 880 880 880 880 3 Marine Treasure Soap; .....OOp Revolving Cup Rack OOp 40 Ib. bag 10-6-4 Jtftr< Lawn Fertilizer .............OOr Onn Siie Pantyhose ........OOp 60 Minute Cassettes ........OOp Junior Bazaar Bikini Pantyhose OOy Car Floor Moll .............880 Knee Highi ................880 STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and 25' Soaker Hose -0" 1 88 Bcilh Towols 'OO 33 R.P.M. IP Record! I ,QO 1 RR Long Handle Dandelion Rake 1 8R 64'0i. Kenmore Rug Shampoo 1 88 Boys' Cowhide Bell 1 88 Set of 4 Wine GlaiscJ 1 88 Teens' While Contour Bra While Velvet L TOO Facial Tissue for