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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IFTHBRIDGr HERALD Mny va.s of Ihr- mcnl's S57I1 million rraclion In Prujirls could bo stibmllU'd for funding by private groups or j nuinicipalilics with the major j rcrjmre.nicnl ibal they provide a I minimum lit) mais-monlh.s of j work and be of a non-profit mi- tnro. I.aler (he rcciuircmcnt was reduced In IS man -months. F.-M-h of the jobs created by the approved project cost (be government an average I n.l" Hip J.ln. 31 closing dale, WCTP received :ost I be pov- proposals which wwild havi'. cost Ibc pov- ernmenl SIBO.GKI.OOO if all were approved. The final program cost wa.s Of Mint I nl a I. was used lo fillillico private projects. Jobs cn'aled and prafil lolal.1-' by province- 7.41fi .1 n b s: private municipal 53.34U.57B. Manitnh Scolia-ri.B7H jnbs; pri-I vale municipal jobs; private municipal jobs; privide municipal jobs; private municipal jobs; private municipal jobs; privnlu municipal SI.BG2.09G. jobs; private municipal jobs; private, municipal nrllish jobs; private miuiicipal Norllnvc.st jobs: private munici- pal S-152.473. Yukon Tcn-llor.v--2SO jobs; private S315.116; municipal Apollo mission a real HOUSTON" f AP fi n (1 e r John Young Com- they harl In rln because of the' trxlav; trouble termed the Apollo Hi mission a The astronauts spoke ;il llicii first news conference since the because nf of ii.cjay space-.idvcn- engine problem Hull almost can- celled Ihc landing on Ihc moon. He said he and his crew males. Charles Duke and Thomas Mattinply. were wor- ture last Thursday. In an opening statement, Young said the astronauts had hours after uornsome rieii'aboui a'shortage oi'fiicl' be-; Ahittinply discovered a problem cause of extra manoeuvring i with a backup control system in the command ship onginc just j minutes before Young and i Duke were to land in the Des-; carles Mountains. Mission Control here (old llicm to postpone the landing while, expcrLs examined the problem. It was determined not to be serious and (lie lunar touchdown was achieved six hours late. The astronauts narrated a film and slides of the mission highlights, including separation of the command and lunar mod- ules, the descent to the surface as seen through the lunar mod- ule engine, and a tour of the Descarles area as Young and Duke drove their moon buggy from feature lo feature. j One striking shot was taken I from BOO feet up Stone Moun- tain, looking hack over (he Cay- ley Plateau where Young and Duke landed. "The Descarles landing sile 3s one of the most dazzingly beau- tiful places on the Young reported. "The view from up Stone Mountain has got to he one of the most truly beautiful views that has ever been seen by man." Troubled company bids tor merger CALOAHY (CP) Rocky Mountain Life Insurance Co. snid today negotiations should be wilhin two weeks on a proposed merger with an- other Canadian insurance firm. The Calgary-based company, which said last week it was experiencing financial difficul- ties, has received approval from the attorney-general's de- Cliild drowns in dugout VALLEYVTEW (CP) Frankalene Natalie Mitchell, IVz, drowned wlien she fell into a dugout near her home on the Sturgeon Lake Indian reserve, partmcnt to continue negotia- tion.'; "We have no reason at this point lo believe the negotiations will not be said John Ewens, the secretary-treasurer. Rocky Mountain has declined lo name the other company and u'ill need approval of the provincial government if a merger is made. Rocky Mountain officials said the company has some connec- tions, but no corporate lies with Rocky Mountain Plaza Ltd. which is participating in the construction of a 15-storcy of- fice development, near city hall. CATTLE PIHATES BELEM, Brazil (AP) band of rustlers has been steal- ing eattle near the mouth ol the Amazon River and carrying about 200 miles northwest of Edmonton- Police said the child was in j them off lo secret slaughter- I the care of a baby sitter at the houses in speedboats, a ranch- I time of the accident. ers' association charged. DUNLOP FORD PASS DISCOUNTS ON TO krMklitf volaim iave Hw diKounrt and Mdfcttk purnmtft yw :-1 In nut odvirtl dncvvnti wvt yw 1972 1 DOOR end whlio In color. 351 2V V8 outoinellc, power peering, whitBWolli, covvra, end otlwr Ford beffer idecs. Reg. Retail 5043.40. Ovr ftock 97.................. NOW 1972 MAVERICK 250 6 cylinder ntomattc, block twtw, rodlc, dvol pUi tfw Sprint option wlrt: Spi-intpwirrt. Rtg. 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Retail 4140.70..............NOW 1972 FORD BRONCO PICKUP 302 VS vnoine, 3 ipeed transmluion, txtra fuel lank, 5 Grip tliit, freo running hub., .kid plot... 4900 Ma. GVW Pak. Our Stack No. 1923. Rag. Retail 4984.40.............. NOW THESE USED CARS ON SALE THIS WEEK! SPORTS FURY Fully equipped, buckets, slereo 1971 METEOR RIDEAU Sedan, V8, aulo., P.S., radio, clean. ONLY 1969 CMC SUBURBAN 6 pajservger holiday Van, V8, auto., P.S., real clean. Be sure, you one, gnat for vacation fun, Rtg. NOW 1969 ECONOLINi SUPER VAN 6. cyl., sld. Irons., excellent for plumbers, cleclricians or camper conversion. GREAT SAVINGS ON THIS UNIT! All Dunlop Ford A-l used cars carry a 100% unconditional guarantee for 30 days OPEN HOURS: Weekdays 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Corner M.M. Drive and 16th Ave. S. Phone 328-8861 1972 CUSTOM OUt 12 power Rleering, auxiliary Vieavy duty tires, and many Farmers. Con Check our large stock