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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueidny, November 9, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 21 MANY DISEASED About 4.11 million of Iralono- i2'l million people have tuberculosis. BEAVKIl KNIVES Knife blades wore rniidc by Hie iincicnt Indians of Hudson Bav from the Icotli of beavers. LIMITED RANCE Tlie queen snake, an aquallc species, is found in Canada only in southwestern Ontario. SIMPSONS-SEARS WILL CLOSE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON NOV. 10'h TO COMPLY WITH CITY BYLAW Although we favour opening Wednesday afternoons to provide better service to the Citizens of lethbridge, we will not violate existing Early Closing By-law. Until City Council ammends or changes the present by-law, we will abide by it. J. LOEWEN STORE MANAGER Waterton lessees meeting valuable A push by the federal gov- ernment lo .standardize lease hold and land rental policies for all of Canada's national parks was termed "a move in the right direction" this mor- ning by the Waterton Park Chamber of Commerce. Line North, a private asses- sor relaini'd by the federal government lo make the study meet with 40 lease holders from Waterton Park in the Civic Centre Monday listen to complaints, proposals and ideas pill forth by the holders. Hugh Craig of Fort Mae- leod, immediate past president of the chamber, said the ruling issued by the courts Ibis past year that all perpetual leases signed by persons with the fed- eral government are to be val- id as perpetual leases, elimin- ates this group from the study. "It is the hundreds of differ- Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS St. Jean, 54, a photographer for the French- language daily La Presse, Sun- day of a bone disease. Phillips Silcox, 65, a United Church minister, army chaplain, prison adminis- trator and Ontario's first proba- j tion officer, Saturday. j Rochester, X.Y.-Dr. Henry A. Blair, 71, chairman emeritus of the department of radiation biology and biophysics at the I University of Rochester, author j of two liooks and a Winnipeg native, in hospital Thursday. Snekter, 85, a travel agent who helped find homes in Canada for destitute [European Jews during the 11930s, the founder and first president of the United Jewish Appeal here and organizer of I the Hebrew Free Loan. Dickson, 95, founder of the Rotary Club in Edmonton, former chairman of the city's historical association and a lawyer who practised law for 67 years, Friday. DrumnumdviUe, Q tl c r. 1 Gaston Rodrigue, 56. director general of the Ste. Croix Hospi- tal, founding member of the As- sociation of Quebec Hospitals, and president of the Association of Canadian Hospitals and the Corporation of Radiologists, Monday following a short ill- ness. enl leases throughout the parks system in Canada which have prompted the study by Mr. he said. "He will study all the leases, all the complaints and criti- cisms of the lease holders and make recommendations to the government in an effort to help in the formation of some type of standard lease. "Simply, it is the government Irving to clean up the mess created by all the different leases." Mr. Craig said the study will try to establish a standard pol- icy to get away from 42-year lease s, 42-year-plus-21-year leases and other variations which apply to cottage owners and business owners. The meeting, organized by the chamber, drew pointed dis- cussion from the lease holders present because they feel a standard policy on the lease bold and land rental question would penalize parks like Wa- terton which operate on a sea- sonal basis. Mr. Craig said the chamber feels special considerations should be afforded seasonally- operated parks, claiming a blanket policy would not be fair. Mr. North has not completed his study and there is no in- dication as to a date his reo ommendations could be consid- I ered by government. New oil field found Radio station license sought EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta government has asked for a two year renewal of the license of Radio Station CKUA. Telephones Minister L e n Werry said that the province hopes that within two years, conclusions can be reached on the future of the station, which is operated by the Alberta Gov- ernment Telephones. The request for an extension was made in a letter to State Secretary Gerard Pelletier, the federal minister in charge of the Canadian Radio-Televi- sion Commission. The structure of CKUA has been in question since the CRTC ruled governments or their agencies could not hold broadcast licfises. WASHINGTON (AP; A sec- j ond and possibly larger Alaska oil field than the one discovered on the North Slope was dc-; scribed loday in a report issued i by Senator William Proxmire. i 'The report prepared for the Wisconsin Democrat's joint eco- nomic committee said the inte- rior department has not made public its assessment of the Cardova field on the southern Alaska coast. The new field, the report said, is "an area which is understood by some to be larger than the North Slope, but uliich might interfere with the North Slope pricing expected by the oil in-! dustry." It is anticipated that higher oil prices may result from the expense of constructing the pro- posed cross-state pipeline to carry the oil from the Xorth Slope to the port of Valdez on the southern coast. The Cardova field oil. in ice- free waters in the Gulf of Alaska, could be siphoned off by tankers more cheaply than the 1 oil could be shipped by pipe from the North Slope, said Mar- tin Lobcl, the Proxmire staff man who prepared the report, i NOT APPROVED YET The pipeline has not been ap- proved by the interior depart ment and is still being fought in the courts by environmental groups who say it may affect the ecological balance. Lobel said interfering with pricing meant the industry pre- ferred to wait for the pipeline and realize a return on its in-' vestment. "You could get this oil out to a tanker without a pipeline Lobel said of the Cardova field, "but of course, the industry wants to build one." Proxmire's committee will ex amine industry pricing in three days of hearings beginning Km 22." m SIM PSO N S S EARS Wednesday Morning SPECIALS PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY PLEASE Duralex Glassware Set 499 Reg. S S 12-pctj set consists of 6533 35 cotton in bold stripes or patterns. 5ize< A. B. C and D. Men's Furnishing Men's Sport Shirts 3 99 (-J S S Special 65% Polyester. 35co cotton perma- PITS', long shirt in peometric or all-over patterns. Assorted colors. Men's Furnishings 3-Spced Table Mixer 12 99 Reg. -JL J -S Thr hcmdioM liltlo appliance any womon could need. Glass bowl, 2 oasy-to-cloan beatrrs. Small Appliances Ladies' Budget Dresses Regular Catalogue Values to 1.99 SavB over on smartly fashioned dresses in several slyles and fabrics. Misses and sizes. ladies' Dresses Latex Antiquing Kit Reg. 5.99 Make your old furniture look like new again and anliqued for elegance. Paint Department Oil Base Semi-Gloss Gallons. Reg. Quarts. Rog. 19 n I OQ Great (or all your interior pointing Paint Department Interior Exterior Paint 00 Rog. 53.98 CJ T'lis is tKp point you con use for almost any thina, insido or outside, all ciround the house. Paint Department Ladies" Slippers 1 99 Reg. S S Pilo lined to give you extra warmth. Colors of yellow, blue. pink. S-M-l-XL. Htmery Department STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. lo p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 358-9231. Passengers are rescued LONDON (AP) Owners re- ported today Uiat all 61 persons aboard the 43.330-ton P. and 0. cargo ship Heythrop. blazing about 150 miles from the South African port of East London, were rescued. In a telephone call from rescue vessel Showa Venture to P. and 0. headouarters here, captain Alec Matthews said the 56 crew members and five wives were all safe Matthews. 37. paid there an explosion in Nov. 11 tank of the vessel today. He was on the bridge with his wife at the time. He said she suffered minor cuts from the blast, and a few other persons suffered minor injuries, nutno- suffered minor injuries, but no- bcdv was seriously hud. The Heythrop. an oil-bulk ore carrier, has 17 British officers and a crew of Asians. Showa Venture was reported making for Port Elizabeth to land the party. But Captain Matthews said he planned to tn and reboard the ship using his own lifeboat. The Heythrop was built in Japan in 1967 and is owned In P. and 0. Steam Navigation Co. Ground movud alter bin a I at Amchitka EDMONTON seven minutes, 32'2 seconds after 1 p.m. Saturday, the ground un- 1 der Edmonton moved eight j microns. The eight microns, about one- hundred-thousandth of a yard was due to the explosion of (be five megaion U.S. nuclear bomb on Amchitka Island at 3 p.m. Edmonton time. This measurement was re corded hy Dr. E. fi. Kin.ise- n-jch and bis colleagues nf the University of Alberta do-part ment of physics on five separ- ate recording devices. Although recorded results from the blast revealed nolhing exceptional or unexpected, said Dr. Kinasewich. the physics de- parlment will study the dati furnished by devices in the physics building, an observa- tory near and two mo- bile units near Killam and Mundare. Tighten securily al air Imninal WINNIPEG (Cl'l Security measure.s have Ix'en lightened following discovery on tin1 week- end of tour slicks ,if dynam.te in a washroom a! In- ternational Airport's main ter- minal building. I Open Wednesday 9 n.m. 'till 9 p.m TABLERITE BONELESS RUMP ROAST BOLOGNA READY TO SERVE HAMS NABOB COFFEE REG. GRIND 1-lb. net weight pkg. WHOLE BURNS POiK 12-oz. net wt. tin LYONS CHICKEN NOODLE 1Vt-or. net wt. pkg..... TOMATO LIBBY'S ,00 19-fl. m. tin 6J7 for PEANUT BUTT TOP VAIU......... 16-oz. net wl. jar TOP VALU 14-fl. oz. nt wt. r 'l CALIF. SATSUMA ORANGES 9-lb. net wt. box for Centre Village IGA Features FREE DELIVERY We Reserve The Right To Limil Quantities ;