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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, June LETHBRIDGE Indian princess chosen Dateline Alberta Gordon case review set Cattle ban solution near Jeanette Starlight, 24, of the Sarcee Indian Band at Calgary was named Princess Bluebird, the 1974 Alberta Indian princess, in judging at Edmonton. GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather CALGARY (CP) Evangeline Godron, the mother of four facing deportation to the United States, said Monday she has been told to appear before the immigration appeal board in Ottawa July 8. She said in a telephone interview from Montreal that if she is successful, the board will schedule another hearing on which all evidence surrounding the case will be heard. Mrs. Godron lived in Calgary for four months before returning to Montreal where she lived prior to coming to Calgary last December. She maintains that she was born in Calgary but said she has no proof. Her 12-year-old daughter, Fidelia, was born in Guatemala. The three younger children were born in Canada. SUNRISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge...... 87 54 Pmcher Creek... 85 48 Medicine Hat 87 59 Edmonton 77 43 Grande Prairie 74 48 Banff........... 79 42 Calgary......... 82 48 Victoria 74 49 Penticton....... 88 57 Prince George 74 44 Karnloops....... 91 57 Vancouver...... 70 56 Saskatoon....... 80 45 Regina 85 51 Winnipeg 73 49 Toronto......... 65 53 .02 Ottawa 70 50 .02 Montreal 74 54 .16 St John's......50 37 Halifax......... 57 50 Charlottetown 77 54 Fredericton..... 70 60 Chicago 65 57 .05 New York 78 61 Los Angeles..... 72 58 Las Vegas..... 106 73 Phoenix 112 80 Honolulu.......93 71 Mexico City..... 68 60 FORECAST: Lethbridge Medicine Hat Regions Sunny and hot today and tomorrow. Highs both days 85 to 90. Lows tonight 55 to 60. Calgary Regions Mainly sunny today and tomorrow. Highs both days 75 to 80. Lows tonight near 50. Columbia Kootenay Today and Wednesday, sunny and warm. Highs today and Wednesday, 85 to 90. Lows tonight, 50 to 55 except 40 to 45 in northern Columbia district MONTANA East of Continental Divide Sunny north today with scattered afternoon or evening thunderstorms south. Partly cloudy Wednesday with scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms most sections. Warm temperatures with highs today 85 to 95. Lows tonight 55 to 65. Highs Wednesday 80 to 90 West of Continental Divide Warm and sunny today with scattered thunderstorms extreme south this afternoon or evening. Partly cloudy Wednesday with scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms most sections. Highs today 85 to 95. Lows tonight 55 to 65. Highs Wednesday 80 to 90. 500 men battle fires EDMONTON (CP) About 500 men aided by bulldozers, tank trucks, pumps and 60 aircraft, including 25 helicopters and eight fire bombers, struggled Monday to fight more than 40 forest fires throughout northern Alberta. One of the fires, in a pine forest stand about 150 miles northwest of Edmonton, is the province's largest forest fire of the year, the department of lands and forests said in a news release. Fanned by winds gusting up to 20 miles per hour and with temperatures near the 80s, the fire had grown to more than acres Monday evening from acres earlier in the day. Metis program expands EDMONTON (CP) The Metis Association of Alberta tansi outreach program is expanding its services to Calgary this week. The Edmonton tansi office is now training three natives who will move to the southern city to set up shop later this week. Tansi is a combination referral, counselling and employment agency for natives and is sponsored by the association through Canada Manpower. Two of the persons undergoing training will be Meyer Ditcher and Ditch Filler Model 600H Ditcher makes a ditch 6' wide. Also the 900T Ditch Filler with lifetime sealed bearings. These machines built rugged FOR TODAY'S POWERFUL TRACTORS GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES LTD. Coutts Highway Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 Ports of entry: opening and closing times: Carway 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.: Chief Mountain closed: Coutts open 24 hours: Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.'. Kingsgate open 24 hours: Porthill-Rykerts 7 a.m. until 11 p.m.: Wild Horse 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Rooseville 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Logan Pass. (Times in Mountain Daylight Time.) Kalmbach goes to jail WASHINGTON (Reuter) President Nixon's former per- sonal lawyer, Herbert Kalmbach, was sentenced Monday to at least six months in jail for violating federal election laws. Federal Judge John Sirica sentenced him to two terms- one of between six and 18 months and the senond of six months. The judge recommended that Kalmbach, a wealthy California lawyer, serve out his two terms concurrently at a minimum-security jail. Kalmbach pleaded guilty Feb. 25 to collecting and distributing million to Republican party congressional candidates in 1970 through an improperly formed committee. On this count. Sirica also sentenced him to pay a fine of A TASTY TREAT THE WCONCSOfflr SNACK 2 pc of delicious Kentucky Fried Chicken and Golden Brown French Fries WEDNESDAY DAILY _ fried I iV" i T he Sven Ericksens Food Pastry Shop Colonel 2021 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-8161 1715 MM Drive Phone 328-7758 used in the referral counselling role while the third is being trained specifically to locate jobs for Calgary and area natives. WASHINGTON (CP) Agriculture Secretary Earl Butz said Monday that Canada and the United States are "almost at the point of agreement" on re-opening the Canadian border to million a year in U.S. beef. The solution is "about a week the told reporters after a two-hour White House meeting in which Butz and presidential counsellor Kenneth Rush discussed the depressed U.S. meat industry with executives of growers, packers, whole- salers and retailers. Pre-meeting speculation in- dicated that the U.S. might announce cattle import restrictions. The closest Butz and Rush came was to announce that Australia is being asked to restrict shipments voluntarily. As for Canada, which ex- ported nearly million worth of beef to the U.S. last year, "we're doing exactly the reverse" of the Australian proposal, Rush said. "We're trying to get Canada to remove the restrictions on our exports." Canada banned U.S. cattle about two months ago when the U.S. ban on DES, a steer- fattening hormone which causes cancer in laboratory animals, was overturned on a technicality. LARGE VARIETY More than 140 species of fish are found in Ontario. A Canadian source here said it is not a matter of Canada re- moving restrictions. "If they can guarantee that incoming cattle and meat products have never been exposed to DES, the meat is welcome." Canada banned DES about 18 months ago, following the U.S. lead. Rush, in announcing that there would be no compulsory import restrictions, said the U.S. was anxious to remove all restrictions facing its own cattle and did not want to do "anything to imperil this." The Canadian source said Canada-U.S. negotiations are continuing on the DES problem and that "both sides have all the good will but the problem is complex. Canada has insisted that all beef have a U.S. government certificate to prove it has never been exposed to DES. Butz said it is obvious "we can't send a licensed veter- inarian on to every farm" to provide this certification, but that some practical method would be worked out under which Canada would "take the word of our feeders." 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