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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 1HE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FlWoy, 30, 1972 Kooteiiay-Elk rail is alive VANCOUVER (CP) CP Hail has asked for another h e a r i ng on Koote- nay anrt Elk Railway's con- troversial plan to move era! from eastern British Columbia through the U.S. to the Roberts Bank port south of Vancouver The scheme would involve the interchange of traffic be- tween Kootenay and Elk and the U.S. company Burlington Northern, and would provide competition for CP Rail, which now hauls the coal to the coast. It was turned down by the CTC last year, but the Supreme court o[ Canada said last m o n t h that the CTC had erred in a point of law in re- jecting the application. "It is in the public interest and in the interest f justice ontl of the parties Him ihe com- mission should rehear the orig- inal application in respect of questions or matters not ypt fi- nally decided hy the Supreme Court of Canada or the com- the CP Rail request SB id Thursday. CP Rail is specifically asking the CTC to rule on whether Burlington Northern has the legal right to enter Canada and operate trains at Roosville West, a border point about 50 miles south of Ferrae, B.C. The Koolenay and Elk cheme has received consider- ulo opposition in the area, par- ci'larly in Revelstokc where it ould result in the loss of a umber of vail jobs. Cattlemen in clear on prices HELENA, MONT. (AP) Secretary of agriculture Ear Butz stated Thursday the lift ing of meat import quota would effectively blunt a n; moves to establish price cei ings at retail or farm commrx ity levels. He said President Nixon's de cision to lift all import quota for the remainder of 1972 wi place the price of meat on pure market basis. "No one will be able to blam cattlemen for high prices fro now he said. Gas plants hearing at Pincher EDMONTON CP) Tlie dates for a series of public learings on the environments effects of the operation of sul plmr extraction gas plants ii Alberta were announced today Dr. Waller Trost, chairman of the Environment Conscrva ion Authority, said the serie. would start Oct. 2 at Pinche :reek and end Oct. 19 in Ed monton. Requested by Eiwironmen Minister Bill Yurko, oilier hear ings will be at Red Deer Oct. 5 Whitecourt, Oct. 11, and Ca' gary Oct. IS. Dr. Trost said "all aspects" c sulphur extraction operation which have a bearing on til environment are pertinent t the hearings, including the law and regulations affecting plan operations, particularly thos related to pollution control." Following the hearings, th authority is expected to pre sent recommendations to changes to existing legislation if necessary, to the govern ment. U.S. mail killed at Lake Louise LAKE LOUISE (CP) Thomas Tucker, 26, of Bake Ore., was killed in a two-ca collision on the Trans-Canac Highway near this resort are Wednesday. The name was r leased by police Tliursda night. The accident occurred the junction of Highways 1 an 1A. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW SHIPMENT OF TREES and SHRUBS In Containers Plant Anytime Plant pot and all. PIEASE NOTE! NEW SUMMER HOURS Wsekdayl 12 Noon- p.m. Saturday! a.m. p.m. Monday and Friday tveningt until p.m. CtOSED WEDNESDAYS AND SUNDAYS Lacombe Nurseries Ltd. 5 Mllei East of on No. 3 Highway, Coaldole PHONE 345-4633 LO-O-ONG SUN ON A RAINY DAY-Alberla's deputy premier and minister agriculture, Dr. Hugh Horner, wears a lo-o-ong Sun cop, symbol of Taber's long hours of sunshine, following its presentation by cha mber of commerce president W. J, Bill Or- fino. It was raining heavily at the time. Caps were also presented to deputy minister of agriculture Dr. Glen R. Purnell, assistant Id the minister of agriculture Arthur Rendfleisch, anct special assistant lo the deputy premier R. Murray Finnerty. Dr. Horner was on a flying trip too number of south Alberta points including Bow Island, Taber and Vulcon. -Ross Gibb Photo Ride the ditch to learn irrigation advises Horner By TtOSS GIBE Herald News Servlcfr TABER The institution of an irrigation apprenticeship program in preference to the establishment of an irrigation college for southern Alberta was proposed by Alberta Minis- ter of Agriculture Dr. Hugh M, Horner during his recent visit to Taber. Dr. Horner said the practical experience gained on the job Is far more valuable than class- room instruction. He said this in answer to a question regard- ing the possibility of setting up an irrigation college here. The informal discussion took place during a "stand up! luncheon at Ihe Community Centre following a tour of Tabcr including the industrial park and the civic administra- tion building, joint effort of Iho Lown and the MD. Regarding staff at the dis- trict level, Dr. Homer said that staff in district offices should increase as more programs are shifted to the local levels in- cluding activity under the re- cently passed agricultural de- velopment act. A question to the minister and referred to deputy minister Dr. Glen n. Purnell drew the information that a district home economist has already been selected, and is in train- ing, for the Taber office. Replying to a query about the proposed hog processing plant, Dr. Horner was unable to give any new information, empha- sizing that the developer would have to. comply with guidelines set down by tho department in order that the price market he not upset. He assured the full co operation of the provincial government. The province is about ready to sign an agreement with the federal government covering ir- rigation works' capital costs However, he rejected the "cost- Vote dollars boreMPs OTTAWA (CP) Attempts to bring order Into federal election spending withered on the parlia- mentary vine Thursday. Only eight of a possible 20 members of the Commons elec- tions committee appeared for a meeting which was scheduled to take a final crack at approving a long-promised election expen- ses bill before summer recess. And in the absence of a quo- rum ot 11 members, the com- mittee gave up for this section of the present parliamentary session which was due to recess tor the summer today. The committee was to consi- der a much-criticized, much- ametided bill promised by Prime Minister Trudeau in-1968 and produced by the govern- ment only last month. With amendments to the origi- nal version proposed by the gov- ernment only last Tuesday it was designed to: m i t the electioneering spending of candidates and par- ties during a campaign. r o v i d e reimbursement from federal funds of some ex- penditures for eligible candi- dates. restrictions on po- litical broadcasting around elec- tion time, In effect since 1936. paid advertising by parties and candidates during an election campaign to a pe- riod between the 29Ui day be- fore an election to two days be- fore, effectively banning paid advertising for about the first month of a campaign. Changes proposed Tuesday by Privy Council President Allan MacEachen would have re- moved proposed restrictions on political reports in newspapers RECOVER BODY The body of Debbie Jo-Anne Tal- bot, 17, who drowned in Ghost Lake Wednesday, was re- covered Thursday. She was one of four canoeisls who were dumped in the water when iheir craft capsized. They were taken aboard another boat two hours later but H was swamped by a wave and only that boat's oper- tor survived. The search is continuing for Robert Wayne Beach, 19, Other Calgarians drowned in Ihe accident were teonard Tyson, 19, and Karen Cordick, 16. Harvey Parsons appears near tears as RCMP investigate the Mr. Parsons, 50, attempted lo rescue them after he was flagged down while driving lo his home on the lake near Cochrane, which is about 25 milei west of Calgary. sharing" feature of the pro- gram Indicating that funds re- ceived from Ottawa would be channelled into the general cosl structure where most benefi- cial. The completion o f grading and surfacing of Highway 36 south to Warner has been ap- proved by the government des- pite a recent report that no new work was to bo done in south Alberta. Regarding the paving of 50th Ave. north to the cemetery (one mile in Taber that is s local matter, said Dr. Horner. g-------- close lo election day, abolished similar restrictions in the inter- ests of equality in all media, added restrictions on expenses by parties and on advertising by parties and candidates, and changed the formula for reim- bursement of candidates. With the exception of one as- pect, the changes were accepted by the opposition. The Conservatives said they would not approve any advertis- ing restriction that would make it impossible to advertise say, a political rally in Ihe first month of a campaign. Take snaps for licences VICTORIA (CP) Starting Tuesday new drivers' licences issued in British Columbia will carry a color photograph of the holder and will be tie size and shape of a credit card. Photographs will be taken at local licence offices at the of application and motorists will be issued an interim li- cence for use during the pro- cessing period. Weather find road report SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET How to save and improve your hair demonstrated by expert here Monday NOW IS THE TIME To carry out that' long delay- ed resolution to "do something about your hair." New home treatment meth- ods for improving your hair will be demonstrated in Lelh- bridge this Monday, July 3, Harrison Hah- and Scalp spe- cialists are sending tricholo- gist V. Michel to conduct the Lethbridgo clinic. Mr. Michel will personally examine hair- worriec! men and women from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday at the El Rancho hotel. YOU CAN'T AFFOIID BALDNESS Your hair is a natural assct- especially today, when the "youthful" look is so import- ant in your business and per- sonal life. Keep your hair alive, healthy and growing. Remember, in most cases, nothing can make hair grow again once it is gone. Your hair usually starts to thin at the temples, the crown, or right across the back of the head. It thins slowly, day hy day, and sometimes you don't notice that linld spot unlil it's I no Ink. NEGLECT CAN START HAIR LOSS It is surprising how man; people neglect the warnini signs and sometimes the; are quite unaware o[ the dam age they are doing. But yo can recognize the danger nals dandruff, falling hair itchy scalp, too-oily or too clr hair these are all signs tha your hair and scalp could be Ui a poor, unhealthy condition Pay atteriion to these dange signals and seek help, DON'T WAIT UNTIL IT'S TO LATE Your hair is in better cond tion today than it will be nes month or even next wee That's why we urge you to se Mr. Michel before more dam age is done. FKKE SCALP EXAMINATIO See Mr. Michel in ncrso Learn how the Harrison met od permils you to save an improve your hair in the pr vacy of your home home. FI an examination and discussit of your hair problems come the dote] El Rancho Monda anytime between 1 p.m. and p.m. and ask the desk cle for Mr. Michel's suite numhe You don't need an appoii ment. Examinations arc givi in private. Time Airways awaits decision By JOE MA Herald Staff Writer Deputy Premier Hugh Horn- said Thursday night the pro- ncial government is consider- g licensing air transportation ;thln provincial boundaries, A cabinet meeting mil be ild next week, Dr. Horner iid at a press conference, to eeide whether the Alberta ovornment will issue a permit Time Airways of LethbridgB fly to Grande Prairie. A constitutional conflict is spected to follow if the Loug- eed government decides to li- ence air transportation within s boundaries. Under the British North Anv rica Act, air transportation li- ensing has always been a fed- ral r e s p o n sibilily, although here is no clearly-defined lino f jurisdlclion. Time president Stubb Ross winter] out that bus transpor- ation within the province is a irovincial responsibility. Time applied to the Canadian Transport Commission in Otta- wa for the Grande Prairie route, but the application was rejected in favor of an applica- Uon from Thunderbird Airways of Prince George, B.C. "We supported the Time Air- ways Dr. Horner said. "We Ihink the licensing of air transportation is a provin- cial responsibility." Provincial treasurer Gordon IVDP split appears EDMONTON (CP) Burko Barker, 37, resigned Thursday night as New Democratic Par- ty candidate in Edmonton Cen- tre and said the reason was lack of party support and ideo- logicpl differences. Mr. Barker, a professor of law at the University oE Al- berta, said the possiblity of losing official party sanction is the work of "a certain labor element in Ihe party that ap- parently did not agree with my Present member of the Eiouse of Commons for Edmon- ton Centre is Steve Paproski, a Progressive Conserva- tive. Branny Schepanovich, a lawyer, has been nominated Liberal candidate The Lions Club of Lethbridge 18th TOWN and COUNTRY CASH BINGO tire pleased to announce the WINNERS BLACKOUT- Mr. K. S. Godfrev Mrs. Florence Miller, Barons Mrs. Joanna A. Orr, Lethbridge Mrs. Anne Burger, Fort Macleod "SQUARE" Mrs. Wiens, Lethbridge K. S. Godfrey, Lerhbridge Our congratulations to the winners and 'Thanks' to all who participated Miniely said the Alberta gov- ernment is "diametrically op- posed" to the tendency in Can- ada for the federal government to accumulate more power it] the running of local affairs. On the licensing of air trans- portation by provincial govern- ments within provincial bound- aries, there has been no prece- dent, but Mr. Miniely said the Ontario government has triec to licence air transportation within Ontario. If a constitutional conflicl does arise which will be the case should the Alberta govern ment decide to challenge the federal authority the matter could go to the Supreme Com- er the House of Commons. WESTERN CANADIAN FOOD PROCESSOR Requires a PLANT MANAGER Preferably with 3-5 experience Applicant should possess staff management skills, and be knowledgeable in costs and budgeting controls. A degree in Food Science or Related Field would be an advantage. Send complete resume immediately to BOX 110, HERAID, IETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA Resume should include education, experience and orher pertinent details. Medicine Hat 'algary Mmonton Banff......... Jrande Parairie Sdson......... Prince George Vancouver Prince Albert Swift Current Thompson Eleglna Winnipeg Toronlo....... Ottawa Quebec St. John's..... Charlottclowu Fredericton Chicago New York Miami........ Boston........ Los Angeles San Diego..... Denver....... Mexico City Honolulu Rome........ Paris....... London Berlin........ II L Pre. 82 45 78 54 79 45 G7 47 68 42 05 46 64 47 83 49 61 43 .02 ..68 58 77 46 ..75-17 78 41 1.41 80 46 02 S6 71 59 .92 ...81 63 ...71 54 68 50 .31 75 55 .10 79 55 75 59 .05 70 55 .98 87 81 73 02 ...89 65 73 60 89 62 ...77 54 ..87 74 82 57 B8 52 62 52 63 59 itockholm 72 52 88 64 FORECAST: I.elhbridge-Medlclne Hat Torlay: Mainly sunny. Wind! gusty In the foothills. Highs 75-80. Lows 45-50. Saturday: Cloudy periods. Highs 65-70. Calgary Today: Cloudy with showers in most localities. A few thundershowers. Winds W 15 and gusty. Highs 65-70. Lows near 40. Saturday: Con- :inuing cloudy. A few showers. Highs near 65. Columbta-Koolenay Today, iunny with afternoon cloudy periods and showers in the Col- umbia District. Saturday, sun- ny v.'ilh afternoon and evenirg cloudy periods and a show- ers. Higlis today and Saturday, 70 lo 75. Lows tonight near 45 MONTANA East of Continental Divide Fair today and tonight. Partly cloudy with isolated showers Saturday. A cooling trend. Highs today 80s. Lows tonight 45 to 55. Highs Saturday 70s. West of Continental Divide Fair today and tonight. Partly cloudy Saturday. A cooling trend. Highs today 80s. Lows tonight 40s. Highs Saturday 70s. I Trade Unionist and Friends of Labour We ask for your support by patronizing the follow- ing Union Houses under contract with under- signed Union. Alexandra Hotel Dallas Hotel Garden Hotel Lethbridge Hotel Marquis Hotel Plainsman Hotel York Hotel Lethbridge Labour Club Miners library Club El Rancho (Outridtr Room Only) HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES BARTENDERS INTERNATIONAL UNIONJ tOCAl NO. 73 IETHBRIDGE 600 GEHL CHOPPER Six foot, 4 bar pickup. Platform Auger Floats Fewer Moving Parts Windgard Holds Crops Firmly PuTE information available from Dickion or Doug Irwln. BALER TWINE PER BAIE 6.95 GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway tclhbridge Phone 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.51 TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways in the Lclh-1 Highway 1, Trans Canada bridge disrtict are bare ana bare and ory PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coults ?4 hours; Carway G a.m. lo midnight; Del Bonita 8 a.m. to D p.m.; Rooscville, B.C. 8 a.m. to midnight; Kingsgate, B.C., 24 hours; Porlhill Jlykcrts 3 a.m. In midnight; Chief Mountain 7 a.m. lo 10 p.m.; WiJdhorsse, R a.m. In 9 p m. ;