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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 40-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD May 1974 Take a guess How would you like to try a guess at what this Chances not one in a thousand persons would know. The made with the aid of an electronic microscope by Nick Texas A M shows an insect carrying pollen. The mattress-looking areas at top are two compound eyes of the soldier fly. The particles that look like sponges are pollen clinging to base of insect's antennae. Quebec casino plan favored QUEBEC If some members of the Quebec cabinet have their tourists may some day spend the day skiing at Mont Ste. Anne near here and then while away the night at the roulette table in a state-run casino Justice Minister Jerome who has occasionally proposed such government-controlled says he still favors the idea although policy in this area is not yet firmly decided An aide to the justice minister says the matter is com- plicated by the fact that three justice and involved. A casino would require new hotels and other facilities to en- tertain the gamblers when they were not at the tables. Although a number of sites have been Murray 90 miles east of Quebec City on the north shore of the St Lawrence appears to have a head start on the others Transport Minister Raymond who represents Char- levoix riding which includes Murray has been promoting the idea on his home ground Donald has suggested Anticosti which the province has just expropriated from Consoli- dated Bathurst Ltd as a site for a but Kevin Drum- lands and forest minister responsible for drawing up a development plan for the pooh-poohed the idea on the Gaspe Peninsula has also been mentioned as has the Man and His World exhibition site on islands in the St. Lawrence opposite Montreal. I would not be opposed to if they were adequately if the organization prevented infiltration by the underworld and if other conditions were included which might require a person to establish his personal solvency be- fore says Mr Choquette An aide to the justice minister said the final decision might depend on the report from the Quebec Police Commission in- quiry into organized crime. Quebec would be perfectly within the law in setting up ca- says Mr because the criminal code currently forbids only three forms numbers games and vertical roulette. But a Quebec casino might have difficulty competing with similar installations such as in Las Vegas or Puerto Rico which offer gamblers luxury facilities and top-name entertainment HOT WAX special 500 MAY 17 1974 all proceeds donated by SUPERSONIC CAR WASH to the LETHBRIDGE ASSOCIATION for the MENTALLY RETARDED Those taking advantage of this special offer will receive a of package of marigold seeds from the cashier We Care Supersonic CAR WASH 1819 3RD AVE. LETHBRIDGE We honour all credit cards approved by dealer before purchase including CHARQEX and MASTER CHARGE Reopened Suez Canal will cut shipping time By C. C. M1NICLIER Egypt A fisherman gently poled his boat among the olive drab waters of the Suez seemingly oblivious to British and Egyptian naval forces clearing the waterway of debris of two wars. Clearing operation began in early April in Port Said at the northern end of the waterway. The United States helicopter carrier Iwo Jima and navy divers arrived late that month to begin sweeping the canal of mines. Closed for the canal is still blocked by wrecked sunk by the Egyptians during the six-day war of 1967. A reopened canal will cut shipping time from Bombay to Lisbon by eight days by elimi- nating the round-Africa and will reactivate shipping facilities along the Red Sea and Indian Ocean coastlines. A United Nations report released in April said the closed canal has cost the world more than f 10-billion in higher shipping trade reductions and other losses. Explosives from two about 80 sunken vessels and other obstacles must be cleared. Dredging must be done and navigation aids replaced before the waterway again is open to ships of tons. Official estimates of what it will cost to revive the canal for even smaller vessels have risen to billion from billion. The money has not been raised yet. 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