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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta fO CONTRACTS FORRUMPUS ROOMS, KITCHEN cupboards, remodelling and repairs Phone B. Raven, 327-3219. Free estl. Wtdntidoy, Moy 2, 1973 THI UTHBRIDGI HERALD 29 mates. C6692-1I DO YOU NEED A RUMPUS ROOM, cupboards, remodelling or repairs In your home? E and L Construction. Phone 328-2237. 76Wf GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT WORK and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-4632. C7377-tf FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-828S. C3661-M ALUMINUM WINDOWS ANP DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328- 5745. Ci936.tl ALL ROOK ]ng specializing In chimneys, brick, cement blocks, cement finishing stuc- coing, fireplaces, house raising and moving. 328-0266. C8745-tt BOX NUMBER REPLIES 6f 8C ?Z 9! SI r PLEASE READ YOUR AD Advertisers should read the'r ad. vertisements and REPORT ERRORS In time for the next insertion The Henld Is only responsible for the firsi incorrect insertion. PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS Will be accepted until 12 noon, Mav M, 1973 for weekly garbage collection in that part of Improvement District No S lying west of Blairmore. For details contact: I. D. No. 5, Advisory Com- mittee, c o C. H Alien, Chairman, Box 97, Ccleman, Alberta M2 Controller erred MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) A flight controller who mistakenly told both pilots to land on the same runway was blamed by officials Tuesday for the April 2 collision of two planes. Sixteen persons were killed when a National Aero- nautics and Space Adminis- tration Convair 990 and a navy jet crashed piggyback on a golf course about four miles south of San Francisco. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC NOTICES GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to a.m. on Monday, May Mth, 1P73 for the construction of the following work: Proiect: Improvement District No. 19 Spirit River Area Gravel Stripping, Excavating, Crush- ing ano Loading to Trucks (59.000 cubic yards) Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at the Office cf 1he Chief Maintenance Engineer, High ways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the Of- fice of the District Engineer, 1707 6th Street, N w. Calgary, Al'rerta and the Office of the District Engineer, Ad- ministration Building, Lethbridge, Al- berta and will be available oily to in- dividuals domiciled, registered and op- erating m the Province cf AJberta, cr to partnerships or corporations regis- tered and operating in and who have established a fixed place of busrness in the Province of Alberta. A depcsit of Twenty Five Dollars (25.00) will 1 be required for each copy cf Contract I and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheaue cr bond equal to 10 per cent of the Tender. Tenders will be opened arab BIRTHS O'BRIEN Mr. and Mrs. Jerry O'Brien are pleased to announce the birth of their son Shaun William, born Monday, April 23rd, 1973, at the Leth- bridge Municipal Hospital. 1645-2 MARSHALL, Wade proudly announces the birth of a baby brother; Corey Scott, on April 25, 1973. Proud parents are Leonard and Shirley. Grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Styner, Leihbridge, and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Marshall, Sle'.- tler. 1696 ROBINSON Tuesday, May 1, 1973, Albert Gecrge, aged 36 years, baloved husband of Dar- lene and beloved father of Gary and Gordon, Granuin, Alberta, passed away suddenly. He is also survived by his father. Wil- liam Robinson, T-ethbridge; two brothers, Cecil, Calgary, Leslie, Edmontcn; four sisters, Mrs. Glenn 1971- Nixon's domestic i chairman, former commerce j adviser John D. Ehrlichrnan secretary Maurice Stans, faces j rcet with two representatives of a threat of a contempt ci' ation Vesco who were seeking help in for dragging his feet in turning a Lebanese bank deal. News ac- over cartons full of records to counts say Ehirichman prom- court officials, as promised last j ised to help, but Elirlichman April 7. That is the date a new i denies it. He says be cabled the law required public reporting. U.S. embassy in Beirut to dis- Nixon's campaign finance chairman, former commerce seere''.ary Maurice Stans, faces a threat of a contempt citation for dragging his feet in turning over car ops full of records to court officials, as promised last November. A campaign lawyer has said these documents con- claim any White House interest in {he deal when he found Vesco's men were claiming White House backing. Nixon didn't mention the Vesco campaign gift, which his brother Edward was reported to have helped channel to the re- election committee. A New DURELL Lester James passed away in Cranbrook on Friday, April 27, 1973 at the Branch. Directors of service. C9144 ROHOVIE loving memory of a dear husband, father, and grandfather. Nick Rohovie. who passed away May 2, 1955. remsmbcired by wife Lillian and family his SeST I 21 of isiNto AI_I_. T_ w c 'Mrs. Irene Durell of Calgary R S A 1970 THERETO AND AMENDMENTS 1 and IN THE MATTER Or THE CITY of Lethcridge By-Lew [Jo. 3127, being a By-law to amend By-law 2750, bema a By-lav; v.iih reject TO zoning fcr the City of Lethtr.dse i TAKE NOTICE THAT on Tuesday, i the 22nd dav of Ma-, 1973, at the hour of eicht O'CIOCK in tne afternoon in the Council Chamber of City Hail, the V E. McCUNE DEPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF PICTURE BUTTE Pursuant to the provisions of Sec- tion 153 of The Municioal Taxation Act, f? S A 1970, Public Notice is hereby aivei that the Counc'l of the Town Picture Butte intends to undertake 1 and Mr. Harold Durell of Beau- valkm, Alberta. Funeral ser- vices will be held Thursday, 'May 3, 1973 at p.m in the Cojncil cf the city of Lethbridge w.ll _....._ hold a Publ.c Hearing pursuant to j the construction of Payino as a Iccul Section 130 cf The Planning Act to improvement. The estimated cost of T m consider the proposed By-law 3127 to the aforementioned local Improvement AjOIS t1 UiNkKAL HOME LTD., Christensen Chapel, with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. In- terment will follow in .family plot in Archmount Memorial 1563 -Passed away OLMSCHENK _ in loving memory of my husband Jos- eph, who passed away May i, Gardens CHRISTENSEN SAL- amerd Bv-la-.v 2750, known as the Zon ._ ._ _. in" E-'-la-- of J0 V'sars at a rate of interest not AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE 8 per centum fST-) annum repayable over a penod Directors of Funeral Service THAT th- proro-ed By-law 3127 will and to cha-oe the lands abuttmq that tinfr-l the Zoning Bylaw as fellows I ncrtion of the street rr place wherein Zdie CS COMMERCIAL (Re- the local Improvement Is made at c'onal> of cchedule Two Th- Schedule is amended a C9143 uniform rate of cents oer front fool cf froilace over the said period ot 20 J year, lengthv illness. PROSSER Howard, pass- in the city after a on Tuesdav.' 1973 following a brief ill- ;ness, Mr. Jan [Frank Kalusz- jka at the age of :65 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Kaluszka of Raymond. Born and raised in Poland, the late Mr. K a 1 uszka came to Can- da in 1951 to the Coaldale Dis- In the same year he j moved to Raymond, where he in some small 1964. Eveiy day way. Memories of you keep earning my way. remembered by wife. Minnie. in- vestigators hid the truth from him in the Watergate wiretap- ping leaves a lot of questions awaiting answers. The Waterga'e scandal long ago spread beyond the mere break-in at Democratic party headquarters of the Watergate Building last June 17. It sow embraces secret cam- paign funds, hidden dacuments, links connecting tihe White House and las; year's Nixon election campaign to a mutual- fund scandal, and alleged crimes by White House employ- ees against the man who leaked the Pentagon Papers on the In- dochina war. The president mentioned none of these in his address Monday night, except for a reference to actions" for which Nixori said he shoulders full responsibility. Here are some subsidiary scandals in the conglomerate now collectively called "Water- gate." MONEY: Two secret cam- paigs funds have been found, and a third is reported in news accounts. The Watergate bur- glars paid from a secret cash funds in the president's re-I is accused in a lawsuit m za FBI interview Friday thai tain payroll records of at least York grand jury is expected to two of the Watergate con-1 return indictments soon, news spiraicirs. Campaign officials have re- sisted a lawsuit by seeking dis- closure of secret finances, ar- guing that donors gave money before last April 7 wish the un- return indictments soon, news account say. ELLSBEKG: In Los Angeles, Daniel Ellsberg is on trial for stealing the Pentagon's secret history of the Vietnam war, and giving it lo newspapers. Wster- derstanding that their names j gste conspirators E. Howard would be kept confidential. This explanation wouldn't "pre- vent disclosure of how much campaigs spent, where the Hunt and G. Gordon Liddy al- legedly broke into the office of Ellsberg's psychiatrist. Lewis Fielding, in 1971, while they money went and for what pur- were en the White House pay- pases' Nixon didn't explain why j roll to investigate the Pentagon these spending records being kept secret. VESCO: Financier Rc'cert L. and Liddy for the job. admitted are Papers affair. Ehrlichmaa. who hired Hunt election headquarters. by '.he Securities and Exchange j he knew cf the burglai-y, says a A former aide to presidential j Commission (SEC) of looting report read in court Tuesday chief-of-staff H. R. Haldeman S224 million from mutual funds Also, two Cuban exiles in er- has been quoted in transcripts he cor.'.rolle'J. Several links al- viewed by the Miami Herald sairi of grand jury testimony say- i ready have been established be- cn jjay 3 they and four of icg Haldeman kept twcen his dealings and Nixon Uie Watergate conspiratcrs campaign cash in his j associates. came from Miami to Washing- 1687 House safe, purpose as A repress..ative delivered .ton with the aim of yet unknown. in cash to the Nixon strong-arm tactics against anti- News reports say invesiiga-' campaign last year, and was'war demonstrators and EUs- _____ tors turned up a fund in i reported to have csked for berg. At tfcis time Hunt and nnvt r Tn lovine a California bank, usad by the "help." Campaign chairman Liddy were on the payroll of tbe HP-- hiisband and father president's personal lawyer to John N. Mitchell, .lie forma- at- Nixcn campaign, and were di- n n TIP wto nJsed awav i W a saboteur, among t o r n e y-geaeral, then told reeling the Watergate crew in Bill Doyle, who awa> b I lawvors fhPv could re-orasfHnp f-he June Vesco's meet Hirhwav Aveni-S to Jamieson Avenue "Pftail (iv rnd CD" "nder th? "CONDI- TIONAL! Y PERMISSIBLE" Street South from Roorrs Avtnie to 1 B 2, Block 1, Plan HY l.'dS 1 (4) (a) Watson Avenue tro-n Let 40 Bloct I, Plan 169 JK to 6fh Street So.i1h. fitb Street South from Lane to V.atsci Aveni'e 19J7 9 Notice further qwen that cnless the majority of the owners of the lands that may he assessed therefor, reoresentinci at least cne-half in valLe thereof a'cresaid, petition the aaainsf it within two veeks after the last DuhKcation cf the Notice, the locsl Improvement may he undertaken and the rost thereof assessed bv the system of assessment referred to in this Notice If no petition sufficiently sioned has within the limited in behalf, Iver. presented to the Council acainst the local improvement or assessment afo-ementioned, the Council may un- Chapel on Saturday May 5th at 2 p.m. Inferment will follow in the Arcrmeun't Memorial Gardens. Friends may meet the and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the services in the Relief Socisty Room of the Church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9142 ions ?nd to an-v.cr questions at City afo-ementioned, the counci Council concermnq submiss'ons, dcrtake the proposed local Counci. ._.. but subject to the conciitio-i that oral representation in suocort of a brief be limited to thirty minutes aid cne re- ent at .any time within three yea the oivinq of the Date cf th ion of per.od of no more than DATED at 'he r' 25'h da1' of April, 1? John City Clerk ten Nrt.re will te the 2nd day of i 1973 this i DATED st the To vn o' Picture 1 -i tte this 24 day cf April Esrl Mc'lroy, Tavjn Administrator. SZOLLOSI On Sunday. April 29, 1973. Elizabeth Szoll- osi. late of McRamey iload, Dewdeny. B.C., and formerly of Lethbridge. Alberta age 83 years. Survived by her husband Mathew. three sons, Steve, Whitehorse, George, Abbots- ford. Leslie. H atzic; daugli- ters, Mrs. J. (Elizabeth) Knoch. Alberta, Mrs. K. Paulites: ivco sisters, Ann and Rcse, all cf Hungary, 13 grand children and lawyers they could opera'Jor.5 preceding the June SEC Cnairman Wil- i; Left unanswered is whether Even.iially gaverr.m-int audi- ;'.ie White House itself drrected ar.ii-Ellsberg operations. Poland, Mrs. M. (Jean) Iwanow of Raymond. Mrs. J. (Chris- tine) Wiaderny of Letlibridge. and eight grandchildren. Pray- ers will be said Wednesday this evening a. p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. N. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. I missed by wife, Dovle. who passed away i 1 May 2, 1971. ttoSs- So mem- things have Government auditors liave happened Dad, urged that Nixon's campaign llam J- you were called away., treasurer. Hugh Sloan, be pros- So manv thoughts to share ecuted for njt reverting pay- tors accused the Nixon cam- ments used to g.ve a pboney paign of ulegally not reporting and what Anyone expected to Had you been meart to stay. impression of public support for I the tte SEC went ahead gain fror.. them. We cannot bring the old days Nixon's war policies. Nixcn v Ui its suit, and the cnmpa.gn Assuming the president in- said -Blether he Imsw of lieturned the money two months was deceived by his ad- Your naiid we cannot (ouch. lihese dealinp. later. investigators faj a- Bu. we still have fond RECORDS: Although tbe Other tie; to Vesco go back to yet they hava tarred up n.3 president promises tlKi-e v.iU bs 1C71. Mi chcll caT.ed the U.S. 1 dence to the big no Ws campaign embassy in Switzerland Dec. l i question remains: Haw cojld 1 to be taker. on Thursday in St. Basil's Cath-, Margaret, olic Church, with Rev. Father j Joseph A. O'Reilly celebrant.' Interment will fillow in the' Mount Calvary section. Moun- tain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar- tin "Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP-j EL, 703 3lst St. N. Phone 328-! 2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Di- rectors of Funeral Service. we memories. Of one we loved so much. _ ,....._____; ....._r remembered anri organizai'iori continues to keep of that year when Vesco had the prc.nder.t of ir secret its soendine. renorted in-1 been arrested a share- S'at'ES allow liimsclf t children, Patrick. Heather and Tommy. 1683 C9145 protest secret its spending, reported in- volving around miUion, holder's complaint. VCSCD WHS in on such important mateV. from befoa-e last April 7. That is 1 freed on bail. The complaint j Asd what didn't thej- toil the dale a new law required 'was dropped. 'him? Study of Great Lakes urged by academics ALLEN Passed away in Calgary cn Saturday, April A70 A78 PUBLIC NOTICE many great-grandchildren, j 1973 following a brief illness, Father Thomas Rcidy will con- Mrs. Betty Kcthleen Allen at i duct the funeral mass Wednes- the age of 53 years, beloved I t'ay. May 2. at 10 a.m. frcm St.! Vvife of Mr. Chesier Allen of Joseph's Catholic Church. Mis-1 Bzrons. Born, raised and edu- i sion. B.C. Irjtermnt Hslzic. caled in Earcns and following (CP) The presi- V i By SHERIFF'S SALE virtue of a seizure made by me I am offering for sale in accordance with the Provisions of The Seizures Act: Two C2) 250-28 ft Chisel Plows with sweeps, FFP No 504 t and PFP No. 502 One (lj 6601 Combine, serial No. 01351 PFP No. 801 Two (2) 1800-32 ft. Suif'ex Tillers with Seed Box Attach- ment (Unit No PFP 651 and 652) and (Unit No. PFP 703 and 704) Fourteen (14) Blanchard Spirn Coil Packers (may be sold in units of 2 packers) Two (2) John Deeie LZ 207B Grass Seeders, Unit No. PFP 608 and Unit No. PFP 607 One (1) John Deere 234 Hitch, PFP H6 One (1) Victory Drill Moves one unit (PFP 697C and 69SC) Two (2) 250-28 ft. Chisel Plows with sweeps, Units PFP 501 and PFP 505 Mission Funeral Home charge of arrangements. her graduation in 1939 the late i Mrs. Allen spent two years in WASHINGTON (CP group of academics frcm Can ada and the United States A within and among governments, need to march in lock-step. T! n- and organizational jealousies." would suffice if they could _________ _ s A host of different agencies persuaded that the mutual in- dent of the Automobile Protec- called on the two governments have grown up to deal with pel- terest is best served by pro- tion Association ths con- Tuesday to bring ail the re- lution. water levels, navigation. ceeding in co-operation to cor- sumer group that lauichsd goui'ces of the Great Lakes un- fisheries, recreation and other reel _ present wasteful prac- three Canadian groups of Dis- 1 (id- co-ordinated management, j activities affecting the lakes, tices satisfiad Firenza Ov.ners. left i replacing Lhe ''crisis manage- r the academics said. There uas tbe repoit called 1733 for England Tuesday to take ment" which they said prevails no body to co-ordinate all the problem to the car makers, now. tneir activities. While Dissatisfied Firenza; of ''key question''was whether uV two countries appreciate the F- f They specifically asked Con-1 "E-eonomic development plan- need for concerted action before- JNurss s training in Owliers grcups jn Toronto, Mon- gress to pass a resolution urg-1 ning on a joint basis is a pre- a "critical situation'' develops. She rs'urncd to Barons to be i rnntinnfi (.heir married end has resided there ever since. She was very ac- tive in community affairs and uniil her illness treal and Ottawa continue (heir campaign for compensation frcm" General Motors of Can- ada, which stepped importing tie car more than four months ing President Nixon to start j requisite to intelligent and ef- "There should bs little doubt talks with Ottawa, aimed at de-1 ficient management of the re- that the pollution problem is al- velcping a joint study cf all as- sources of the Great Lakes ready critical, and that the two pects of the Great Lakes and basis. countries cannct afford again to that before high crises to occur Brownies. a-he in Besides he-r loving _ t-p a more effective in- "This doss not mean _, bead Phil Edmonston stitution to anticipate and deal Cansda and tbe United States a prelude to action.' I will be knocking on the door 01 husband shs is survived by her mother. Mrs. L. E. (Tillia) Atkinson of Lethbridge: one son. Ken in Calgary; one daujhtc.', Mrs. J. (Kathie) Rae of Port Coquitlanx one grand- son, one sister. Mrs, T. W. (Shirley) Evans of Barons; two brothers. Messrs. Farley and Ralph Sherwcod both of i Barc.'-.a The funsral service I will be on Thursday at p m in Martin Bros. I MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 1 SL. N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment 1 follow in (he family plot Archmo-unt Memorial Gardens. DOMAGALA Passed away in lieu of flouers those who in the city on Monday, April j wish may donate to the Betty British Vauxhall, manufacturer j The request was presented to of the Firenza and its predeces- a house foreign affairs subcom-1 ssrs, the Vauxhall Viva and En-1 mittee by two spokesmen for voy. j the university group. Professor i Consumer complaints against George Francis of the llniver-, the sub-compact car are grow-1 giiy of Waterloo in Ontario and I ing in England as well, he said j Professor Leonard B. Dworsky in a telephone interview from of Cornell University in Ithaca, his Montreal office. "We'll form a Dissatisfied Firenza Owners association in England too if consumers Food prices continue climb there are willing to militate N.Y. Their detailed 50-page report was the fruit cf three seminars WASHINGTON (CP) The the second in a row be- held a i. York University in To-' Canadian housewife received cause of generally poor growing ror.to and Cornell, involving fac- i niore bad news from the United conditions. Output of most fruits On-e (1) 5020 Dsl Tractor, Serial No. 22273 R PFP 103 30, 1973, Stanley John Doma-i Allen Memorial Learning Cen- rx_. ,n crton O07OQ o _ PFP _ im a> til2 aSe of w >'ears. tre for Barons, care of Mrs. One (1) 5020 Dsl Tractor, Serial No. 22798 R PFP 101 i sea of Mr. and Mrs. One (1) 5020 Dsl Tractor, Serial No. 23855 R PFP 1C6 'Eugene Domagala rf 1-24 7th E. W. Allen. Box 230. Barons, Alberta MARTIN BROS. LTD. One (1) 5020 Dsl Tractor, Serial No. 23358 R PFP 107 Goods may be inspected at the place of storage being McKay Bros. Farm Implements Ltd., 3214 5th Avenue North, Lethbridge, Alberta, during normal business hours. Avenue S. Bom and raised in Doctors of the Funeral Ser- Lelhbridgc. Grade Seven was in vjcc. at St. Mary's C9146 Mr. Edmonsfon had jun re- ulty members from some 20 uni-1 states agriculture department also was down last vear turned from Ottawa where ha versities in Canada and the U.S. Tuesday-food prices are likelv Approximatclv cent of and APA nee-president Ron Co- as well as government observ- to continue rising. the U.S agricultural sales t hen, a professor of consumer ers from both countries. l of nroducts to Canada snnnlpmenh f School. Besides his loving par- ents he is survived by two sis- ters, Mary and Monica: four brothers. Steve. Toni, Richard and Eugene all at home and FUNERAL law at Montreal's McGill Uni- i versity, met with federal trans- port department officials. PLAN MORE MEETINGS The department has agreed to set up meetings every two months between senior depart- ment officials and APA repre- sentatives in order to keep up to date on consumer car coui- plaints. SCRUTINY NEEDED feeling among those who attended the semi- nars, Francis told the subcom- Sales of farm products to Canada supplement Canada's Canada hit a record S176 million own farm production, and last year, an increase of 18 per roughly 75 per cent of U.S. ex- cent the previous year, j ports, by value, consist of about and the forecast is for the climb j 10 commodities or groups of mittee, was that "we should be to continue in a spiral that commodities, the report said finding some way to provide a should keep prices climbing in Listed as the most important more continual watching Canada. group are the horticultural over the dozens of scattered but' A report by the economic re-1 crops and vital activities involving the I search service of the depart- j Oranges, fresh grapes, frozen Tenders m.st be submitted for any or all of the cn machinery in an envelope marked D 5314 to the Sheriff, Court House, Lethbridge, Alberia, before p.m., May 7th, 1973. The highest offer will not necessarily be ac- cepted and if any offer is submitted for the entire machinery, a breakdown of the price of each piece of machinery must be indicated, otherwise the bid will not be considered. All machinery must be identifed by the designated PFP number and serial number where available. Prayers will be said cn Wednes- day, (this evening) at p.m. in Assumption Catholic Church. Requiem Mass will be celebrat- ed cn Thursday at a.m. OKLLKNY Funeral ser- vice far John Geileny, cnee be by the late Mrs. Barbara Kiss Gelleny who died in the city Friday. April 27, 1973, at the age cf 73 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday- May 1, 1973, Arson suspected in school fire Assumption Church, with the Christeisen EDWARD KISEL, Sheriff judicial District of Rev Father cele- brant. Inlerment will follow in Mount Calvary Section, Moun- tain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar- tin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL H12 3rd Avenue S.. phme 328-2301. MARTIN BROS. i LTD.. Directors of the Funeral i Service. A88' Rev. Gecrge Teics cffic sling. Pallbearers wore Jco Mike Matejka, Gasper Forraji, Paul Nemeth, John Komar, Jr. snd Kiyo Nishijina. Interment was in the family plot in Moun- tain View Cemetery Chr'sci- dav CALGARY (CP) Fire offi- cials suspect arson in a fire yesterday in the gymnasi- um of Queen Elizabeth High School. No one was injured in the blaze, first noticed by a jani- tor who saw smoke pouring from the gym shortly after classes were dismissed for the Salmon Funeral Homi Ld., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. There was no damage else- where in the school and Princi- pal S. Pogue said classes would be held today. Great Lakes. Subcommittee chairman Dante Fascell (Dem. Fla.) called the report "timely" and promised a full review of its I recommendations by committee members. The report stressed in- stitutional changes a? the first step toward improved surveil- lance and management. Either the International Joint Commis- sion (I.IC) might be given a greatly expanded role or a new treaty might be negotiated to develop an entirely new joint agency to oversee the Great At present, the report said, 1 effective action is impeded by "skewed national priorities, apathy, inadequate legislation, special-interest politics, frag- mentation of responsibilities i ment says the record 1972 sales i orange juice, fresh tomatoes increase "resulted from a com- bination of generally higher prices and larger shipments of most leading exports, stimu- and lettuce. These account for more than 40 per cent of the to- tal value. The other principal lated in some cases by smaller ranked by 1972 export value Canadian production." The re-j are cotton, soybeans, beef and port added: "Smaller Canadian supplies and reduced production in parts of the U.S. helped push up Ca- nadian pricos. live cattle, soybean cake hides, rice, furskins and pea- nuts. Exports of horticultural prod- ucts showed the largest m- "This situation should prevail'crease in 1072. followed by Uirough the remainder of the j ports of meats and meat prepa current marketing season and i rations, com. and hides and U.S. exporters should continue to benefit from Canada's ex- panded import requirements." CANADIAN CROPS POOR "Poor Canadian crops" stim- ulated U.S. sales of horticul-, tural products, said the report. "Canadian production of 15 main vegetables was down for skins. Sales of cotton, soybeans and vegetable oils declined. LONG SHORELINE Ontario's freshwater shoreiir.e on the Great Lakes extends miles. ;