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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta LAST-DITCH DEFENDER Capl. Tran Van Tuan, bearded and spoiling a chesl full of medals, carries flag during parade through the near-empty afreets of Hue, South Vietnam. The 70-year-old veteran of the French and South Vietnamese armies, is part of the "city defence division" a paramilitary force of the militia made up of govern- ment workers and civilians charged with the lasl-ditch defence of ihe old imperial cap- ital of Hue, against the North Vietnamese. Hospital medical staff act revised EDMONTON (CP) A bill which would clarify the rela- tionship between hospital boards and hospital medical staff, and hopefully reduce medical staff problems in small- er hospitals, was given first reading in the Alberta legisla- ture. The proposed amendments to the Alberta Hospitals Act would more specifically establish med- Ex-Cards ton man will get degree CALGARY (CP) Four honorary degrees will be pre- sented at the University of Cal- gary's spring convocation June 2. Colin Low. director and pro- ducer with ,the National Film Board, is to be presented with an honorary doctor of laws de- gree "in recognition o( achieve- ments beyond the realm of tho local community." Mr. Low was born in Card- ston, Alta and studied at the Banff School of Fine Arts and the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology before joining the board in 1945. The Venerable Cecil Swanson of Calgary, Dr. Herbert Stoker Arm strong, the university's first president, and George Hamilton Gooderham of Cal- gary are to be presented with honorary degrees of doctor of the University of Calgary. Mr. Gooderham, born on the Poorman Indian reserve in cen- tral Saskatchewan, became the first employee of Ihe city's Glenbow Historical Foundation writing stories and articles about the Indian people and their history. ical staff responsibility. It would be responsible to the board for cJinical and scientific work, for advising the board on matters related to patient care, for re- viewing the professional prac- tices o[ members of the treat- ment team, for improving the care of patients and for making recommendations to the board regarding use of the hospital. John Ashton (PC Edmon- ton who introduced the bill, said it would also al- low a patient or his legal repre- sentative to apply for a court order to obtain the release of hospital records. The release of such records now is prohibited. The amendments would also permit the Alberta Hospitals Commission to assist a munici- pality in providing service to sites in special circumstances. Crew rescued from lifeboat HALIFAX (CP) The en-man crew of a burning Nov Scotia fishing vessel was res cued from a lifeboat today sev cral hours after sending a dis tress signal. The rescue centre here sai all members of the crew wei accounted for and uninjured. There had been earlier re- porls that Lhere were eight me aboard the 92-foot Nancy Eilee out of Halifax. Those aboard the Nancy E leen were identified as Captai Owen Grandy of Purcell's Cove N.S.; William Stoodley and his father Walter Stoodley, both o Halifax; Mike Ridgley an Kevin Ashford, both of Harbou Breton, Nfld., Benjamin Abbotl Hedlcy Mayor and Stanley Skin ner, all of Lunenburg, N.S. The ship is owned by Anste; Fisheries Ltd. of Halifax. SAVED MOM'.Y Suggestion boxes in federal of- fices have saved tlw taxpayer By Marjorie E. Brown 1 North Pole discoverer 6 Antarctica gull TD Golfcr'i objectives H Vipers 18 Rome'sport 19 Short story 21 Norwegian name 22 Aver 24 Kind of module 25 Ancient 26 Regarding afternoon parly: 2 wda. 27 TV colonel with heroes 23 Inner: pref. 2960-Aand6-D o3 Card game 34 Palm trees 35 Arab world 3G Result ol a clout: 2 wds. 39 Germ cell 40 Lasl: abbr. 42 Airraid alarm; 1 Exiremuy of FHrlh'iaxis 2 Siatainporcs: abbr. 3 lime (never) 4 Narrow inlet 5 Arabian 6 See 29 A 7-----nut E Uncovers 9 SwaliowPd one's wordi lOGintifind 11 Bianch- Cor. COOL FOR MAY ACROSS 71 Mayday! 71 Clears 75 Mysterious Himalayan 79 German area 82 Raced 83----Loire: French department 84 Kind ol shovv 88 First Cent- ury pope 91 Hurricane 92 Forlhe select lew 93 Kind ol mare 94 Maine town 97 School head, abbr. 98 Goddess: It. 99 Retch lOOOIIsprinq 102 Color again 103 Labels 104 One kind ol pickle 105 And there: Fr. 107 Kiis again 109-----de combaf 110 Russian girl's name 5 yesrB on Broadway 47 Fret 43 Jail 50 Move suddenly 51 Thunder god 52 Thirteen popes 53 Zodiac sign 55 Stagger: var. 57 We: Ger. 58 Also Profound 60 South Pole discoverer 62Manini accessory 64 Kmd of penguin GB Instrument: comb, forrr 67 Former appientices 69 Bridge again 70 Sunday obligation fnr cjood Paris.a ni 13 Turners crive these 11 Reel: 2 wds. 1G Messenger 17 Headlinc-r 20 Record 21 Mar.-cnling whale 73 Letters 30 Closer. Scot ol berg 3: Span.-Amcr. DOWN 37 In 38 An med 39 Cease 41 Smooth. Fr. 13 Uncut diamonds: il. 44 Ornament plate 45 Strain 47 Wise guy 48 Brooch 49 Instant jioiscision 52 Girl's nnme 53 b4 Lope: 2 vvdi. 111 Teeter 113 Approx. 114 Dagger: 2 wds. 116 Shrubs 117 Cut 119 Riding eeadimy 72! Eldest: Fr. 122 Stormy petrel 127 Radioactive unit: abbr. 130 Watcher 131 "Old Pal-----" 132 Hydrogen specification: obbr, 133 Nape of neck 135 Singer Yma----- 136 Ravet 13775-Aisono of these 138-----never 139 Headquart- ers: Sp. 140 Natives of The far Worth: abbr. 141 Weights 14? Complain 56 Slate head: abbr. 59 Dull 60 Weapons: 61 AA member 63 Song bird 65 Greek governor 6G Color 68 Gradual absorption 70 "peenijii" character 71 Menially 72 llrbreiv sscetic: var. 76 peninsula resort 77 Edward's nickname 78 Soon 79 Edscrl Ford and Queen Maud 80 Eastern CaUiolic Diagramlcss 19 x 19, by Lois Jones 2 Body pan 3 "Anqcl of 1 Toss'd R Fellnw 9 WHU" 17 R'b HOnl'v I 15 Full m rtiops 17 Leairrl ACROSS 19 In m 21 COM 2: Dancer's 35 Swin river E5 Stales 3G Sonny and----- 56 Make laM tics: prcl. 57 Older holders 5S Rope liber 61 Money makrr 63 French nigiu GGCirrh 6S Positive nlrnroilt DOWN 1 Melt 4 Adjnciivc- formmrj 6 Furlhermnrt. 7 More sharp- lonrd F Fodder ci-b lOGamrj litli 1 1 Lann dnf, 13 Cowboy grar 14 Assist 1G English go-carl 81 Quibbla 85 NEIV York town BG Memento: 2 wds. 87 Antelopes 89 Officers: abbr. 90 Foundatior planung item .7 Repeat 18 Caper 19 Soa k up 20 Surgical saws 21 lonosphe'e regions 23 Russian river 92Workunils 95 Priest's attire 96 Psycho- analysis term: pi. 97 Play area 101 Peace----- 103 Berated forcefully 1Q4 Cupola snm 106 Dolt 115 Rot 124 108 125Spor[ Ihe capital lloRccciid enclosurfl 109 Viet K'am points 126----s phrasa holiday 120 The-----have 127 N. Zealand 110 Abioibirr] it biid LlnaviGlLt 121 ivilh 128 Fly [he----- 129 In the matter 112 S.i'vl'rac 122 Author's ol 13.1 Native land 114 Reply: abbr. 123ttoik 50 Lyrical: abbr. GO Colton labric C1 Ore1 source K4 S.lwburk Compact mnss 67 At OF I.ASC M ELK'S CRYPTOGRAMS 1. G Y R N D H E D L M Z I Z T II R JIT ADYPTPKX E L K K YE E T II U X 7 Y C. T 7, Y N 1 A V 7 T 7, Y N T T, M I! N P T H T H T I, T A A K N I T II R U M II N 1) By Esther Neville 2. II I F L O J U N K II K A P Y M A O O N EX K A P I X B J L J U M J E II 2 J A E K F U H P 1C U J Z O A II K B JXnriKEJXU. narbarn J. Rugj 3. .S P 0 I) R I P O Z E P R U O N' S N T TROY IM II U N R fJ A T N CANDY 17, N A Tly Lois Jones Lnul Cryptoffr.ini1. 1. The sun sol on the ncnbeciui.se il- couldn't sink lirncnlli tlio oil slirk or debris. 2. Economist fours Inflation pirltiro menus "inlolnnblc" jump in nunilm of joblrw. .S. QuirL slrcnni WDS soon infested with liordc.s of mosqiutocM.1 (J NcwiSynd. Inc. an cstimafjal million since they were installed in HIM, government spokesimm said. W.dntjdny, Moy 10, 1972 KICKS TllIC HABIT A Motorists Anonymous or- ganization has Ijccn founded in I'Jnglaid [o help motorists kick thu car habit in the interest of the environment. LfTHSRIDSi HfRALO 25 USF, MOHK OAS Americans used more than five times as much gasoline as did all six of (he European Common Market counli k.-a in 1971. til TflEWTH" Avaoex TO WORK This year, more urgently than ever before, good manage- ment will be essential in your farming operations. Canadian farm prosperity depends overwhelmingly upon selling more grain, oilseed and other crops to foreign markets. Competition for these markets is tough, but officials are convinced that ive can sell ourpro- '...if the quality is good and if prices are competitive. marketin duce. Only you, with good management on your farm, can make that possible...by producing clean, quality grain and oil- seeds at the lowest unit cost. Since most input costs are fixed, the more bushels you harvest per acre, the less each bushel costs. That way, you can sell at a competitive price and still make money. That's good management! Smart farm management involves many modern tech- niques and a great deal of old-fashioned common sense, so as an essential part of your program, pay special heed to what wild oats can cost you. 1. Jf you delay seeding because of iiv'W oats, you are sure to lose the extra production which early planting can deliver. Yields are disappoint- ing, unit costs you lose money. Since this practice seldom controls many wild oats, you still jeopardize crop quality due to weed seed contamination. 2.' If you fail to control wild oats until these pests already have stolen vital nutrients and sunlight from your crops (and even young oats in the two to three leaf stage already have taken a significant toll) you still are defeating your own objectives by losing yields and quality. Post-emergence her- bicides seldom kill all the wild oats necessary forbestresults. 3. If you do not try to control wild oats at all, you lose not only much of your potential profits, you actually may have thrown away a big part of your investment in good seed, in fertilizers, and in the labor and expense of working your land. Un- controlled wild oats slash yields, wreck produc- tion costs, cause ruinous dockage. That throws the winds! This year, use Avadex or Avadex BW herbicide to control wild oats as they sprout and before their costly damage is done. Proved through more than a decade of use in Canada, Avadex products work. Your neighbors know it. You Know It. Prices of Avadex products have been reduced this year, and since these products always have delivered more than they cost, they now are a good management bargain. With planning, however, you can reduce costs still more. You know wild oats generally are most severe on your farm in low, wet in calculating treatment costs, you need not figure in all your acreage. You can limit Avadex treatment to the severely infested areas nnd save money. It is a common-sense approach that works. use Avadex or Avadex 13W correctly. Follow label directions carefully and incorporate properly to assure good results. There is nothing difficult about, it. Any good manager can do it pays. Your local dealer is ready to supply your Avadex and Avadex BW needs. He is convinced you need it. for good farm management, and he has a full supply. Place your order today. bnsanto Monsanto Canada Limited MONTREAL TORONTO VANCOUVER ;