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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta B THE IFTHBRIOGE KERAID Tueidoy, Morth 14, 1971 voence n Ulster From A1MIEUTER BELFAST (CP) A three- day ceasefire declared by the Irish Republican Army ended Monday iiiglit with the killing of three more men and a chain of bombings in Northern Ireland, Patrick McHory, an 18-year- old Roman Catholic standing cm his doorstep in a mainly Protes- tant neighborhood of Belfast, was cut down by gunfire from a moving car shortly before Ihe truce expired at midnight Mon- day night. Before Liio night was over, 10 bombs caused much damage in Belfast, Londonderry, Lisburn, Strabane anrt Castloderg, and two eivilian men were killed, apparently in a heavy exchange of gunfire between guerrillas and a British patrol in London- derry. A statement by the London- derry command of the Provi sionnl IRA said one of the d men was IHA battalion staff of ficer Colin Keenan, 18. He wo the soti of veteran republican Keenan, fit present in terned at Long Kesh camp, An army statement after tlii shootings said an army palro had come under fire and at onerla and when ttut policy is inalizcd it will be announced n the House." Mr. Taylor said in an inter- view lhat he is concerned that he possible appointment of a provincial commissioner not luplicate work already tione uy ederal and wheat board offi- cers. He would not say whether ie personally favors an Alber- a grains commissioner. Aivard contract OTTAWA (CP) A federal conlract has been awarded to W, H. Taylor Con- struction Ltd., of Penticton, B.C., for the construction of a one-storey federal building in Fernie, B.C. Minister Neil Crawford said in farm which shows that a the legislature Monday. Changes in Ihe Menta' r- lui me community of Health Act during the current High Prairie, would save session will set lire stage for River rapeseed growers mil programs on which work lion a year in trucking costs irarr immtiMiatnTir an A TJ..I -..LM- will start immediately and con- tinue for five years, Mr. Craw -------------j jjui, IMIIIU uie KuvernmpnT timie for ftve years, Mr. Craw- might like to direct the ford said. He did not go Into into certain areas "we would detail. He said the Progressive Con- servative government will re- define committal and detenlioa procedures to "clear the way for general hospitals to under- take the care of some patients" and ease pverc r o w d ing al mental institutions in Edmon- ton and Ponoka. LOCAL INVOLVEMENT The government would at- tempt to achieve local involve- ment in planning by encourag- ing the setting up of regional councils related lo other health-service planning groups. Existing institutions would continue lo operate but be re- organized. Mr. Crawford said tho gov- ernment is also in the process of providing more treatment facilities for severely handi- capped children. When the conservatives took ofice last September, he said, there was a wailing list of 600 at Ihe Alberta school hospital in Red Deer, with 300 consider- ed emergency cases. Mr. Crawford said facilities for 200 children will he avail- able Ihis spring when renova- tions are completed at the old Miscricordia hospital in Ed- monton and at the Red Deer school. He said the government also plans to develop seven group homes in several communities provide decentralized residen- lial care and extend diagnostic and treatment services for handicapped children in south- ern Alberla. In other business Agriculture Minister Hugh Horner told the House Ihe agriculture depart- ment doesn't want to get nvolved in picking a location 'or a proposed rapeseed crush- ng plant in the Peace River districl. Mr. Horner, replying lo Grant Notley, (NDP Spirit River Pairview) said he is ware of research by the Na- ional Farmers Union and Uni- Lctlibringe 53 Pincher Creek Hat Edmonton Highway closed by snowslide VANCOUVER (CP) A snowslide has closed the Trans- Canada Highway about nine miles east of Revclstoke In Ihe toners Pass, the highways de- triment reported today. A spokesman said it was ex- pected the highway would be cleared later in the day. Burning Rectal Itch Relieved In Minutes This Special llcmorrhoid Remedy Contains A Unique Healing Substance That Relieves Pain As It Shrinks Hemorrhoids One of the most common af- flictions is a condition known as "Ilching Piles." It is most embarrassing for the sufferer [iuringthcdayand especially aggravating nt night. If you want Batisfactory good news. A renowned research laboratory hna found n unique healing substance with the ability to promptly relieve the burning itch and pain. It actually shrinks hemorrhoids. Thi3 substance has been shown to produce a most effective rate of healing. IU germ-killing properties also help prevent infection. In one hemorrhoid case nfter another "very striking improvement" was reported. Thiftimprovoment was main- tained in cases where clinical observations were continued over a period of many months. Furthermore, these tests and observations were made on patients with a wide variety of hemorrhoidnl conditions, this was accomplished by a healing subsEance (Bin- by a wor) d-ren o wn e d resea rch i n- Btitution. This substance is suppository form known as Preparation If. Ask for Preparation H Suppositories (convenient to carry if away from home) or Preparation H Ointment special ap- plicator. Available at nil drug counters. Satisfaction or your money refunded. a VUI1- Iral location for the plant, pro- posed for the community But while the government not want to stop the develop ment because of this." Mr. Horner said the question of site had to be settled by the various communities and farm organizations Involved. Presbyterians pick nominee for moderator TORONTO (CP) The Pres- >yterian Church in Canada an- nounced today that Rev. Mai V. Putnam of Kingston, Oat., will ie the official nominee for mod- erator ot (lie general assembly lere in June, Dr. Putnam, minister of St. Andrew's Church, Kingston, for 14 years, was chosen In a mailed ballot of ministers and ciders in the 44 presbyteries of he church. The nomination Is tantamount o election though any minister may be nominated from the loor when the general assembly opens June 4. This never has occurred. The moderator serves for ons 'ear. The present moderator is lev. Murdo Nkolson of Grac- Church, Calgary. Weather and road report SUNRISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET H Grande Prairie Banff........ Mgary...... Victoria 'cnlicton..... 'rinco George (amloops..... Vancouver Saskatoon..... tegina Vinnipcg Toronto Ottawa Montreal St. John's lalifax........ "redericton Chicago York..... iliami...... .os Angeles AS Vegas..... 'hoenix lonolulu tomo 'aris -cndon Berlin Amsterdam iloscow itockholm Tokyo 'ORECASTS: Lellibrlilge .54 61 45 50 52 57 51 BO 51 56 41 38 S3 32 I. Pro 39 .39.. 32 25 26 32 26 15 25 10 32 8 34 4 .19 .13 32 29 35 47 74 79 58 80 72 66 45 60 44 51 SO 50 36 30 24 54 35 day and Wednesday: Mainly sunny. Brisk west wlndi. Highs 50-55 both dayi. Ixmi 30-35. Medicine Hat Today and Wednesday: Mainly sunny. Highs near 55 today and near DO Wednesday. Lows near 35. Columbia Kootcnay To- day: Sunny except fog patches in the early morning. Clouding over in Ihe Columbia area by noon and in Ihe Kootenays to- night, Occasional rain to tho Columbia area this afternoon spreading to the Kootenays to- night. Brisk south winds some valleys. Wednesday: Sunny with cloudy periods. Windy at times. Clouding over with oc- casional rain in the Columbia area late in the day. Highs both df.ys 45 to 50 in the Co- lumbia area and lower fifties in Ihe Kootenays. Lows tonight near 30. Montana East of Contlntn- (al Divide Today: Scattered showers in east. Mostly fair in west (oday and over the area tonight and Wednesday. A little cooler today. Warmer west Wednesday. Highs today Ms Lows tonight 25 to 33. Highs Wednesday 55 to C5. Vest of Continent! Portly cloudy today and Wed- nesday. Scattered s h o w ers Wednesday afternoon. A litlla warmer Wednesday. Highs to- day 45 to 55, Lows tonight 25 to 35. Highs Wednesday 50s. EDWARDS HEAVY-DUTY CULTIVATOR 33' Model C4.13 with rod weeder attathment (optional) >'r Big Rugged Cultivator for large Powerful Iraclorl Convertible to 31, 35 or 37 feet Maximum Clearance for Heavy Trash Condition! One Hydraulic Cylinder used for Deplfi Control and lifting to Transport Position Confacr Ken Dickson for a GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Phon. 328-1141 lethbridg. OFFICIAL AS OF A.M TODAY COURTESY OF A.MA All highways in the Lelh- foridge district are hare and dry excepl for water on the highway near Wilson Siding on Highway 4 and north of Stand- off on Highway 2. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, Calgary to Banff, bare in the driving Janes, good winter condition. Banff-Golden is closer! west of Field. Golden- Revelstoko has a few slippery sections, plowed and sanded. Banff-R a d i u m highway re- ceived a trace of new snow, plowed and sanded. Banff-Jasper highway closed. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening nnri Closing Coults hours; C.irway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Del Ronita 9 .m. to 6 p m Koosevillc, B.C. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C., It hours- Fortran KykerU 8 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain closed, wudborse, 6 a.m. to t p.m. ;