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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta C lEtUr.RIOGi; HERALD Satuidov. Hovniiihn M. By II.VS' SI.OVriT 11 A i, IK AX (OP' ".lust in a po.Mtion to prove (lie thine. something silly happens." Thai's how Cmdr. G. Kdwards says tests of Can- ada's million hydrofoil war- ship prototype arc going here. As skipper o( liras d'Or, cur- ivntly tli'.' most controversial ship' in the Canadian armed iiirccs. tin' 39-year-old Medicine Hat, Alia., native is in charge of Hie testing program. It is his job to find" mil it she is able "lo do what we want her to do." H y d r o f r i I ships are built mainly speed, with her hull lifted 'above water on wing-like foils or fins. Kras d'Or topped HI knots in trials off Halifax last ear. Various proMrms and break- downs have held up final ap- praisal. Says one crew member: "It's damn hill that's part of a development pro- gram." The 200-ton aluminum craft was designed for anti-submar- ine operations in Hie ocean. By next February Cmdr. Edwards hopes to be able to give a final report. At that time a decision is expected on the future of Hie hydrofoil in Cana- dian naval service. DELAYED BY nidi The program was started in 19C2 and the keel was laid at Sorel. Que., in IOM. in the shipyard added a year and it was" 1969 before she started the high-speed runs she was de- signed for. After a record performance of ATTENTION MOE11E HOME BUYERS! Here are TWO Important Facts 1, Brand new 12-foot wide, 2-bodroom mobile homos fully lumbhetl with fridge, stove, furnace, chesterfield onrf chair, dining suite, beds, [amps, drapes, etc. ONLY, COMPLETE 1 2, have the only mobile homes in Canada approved by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation so be sure ta ses these before you buy! "TRAIIER CITY" UNITED MOTOR CO, LTD. ITRAIISR DIVISION) Cor. 3rd Avc., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-1418 (a miles an (he mouth of the Halifax harbor i in 39B9, a small crack was found i in one foil, "putting (he ship out j of business unlil a new centre J foil was built." It was another i year before more foil-borne! tests could be conducted. In trials two weeks ago about; 70 miles south of Halifax, a hy- draulic pump failed and the test had to be cut short again. Tests i inter in the week had lo be scrapped when a leak developed in a hydraulic line. Repairs were made and last week tests resumed. Cmdr. Edwards marvel- at: the ships handling and stabil- ity, i SI'KKD BEATS COMFORT i In foil-borne tests in waves up I to eight f.eet with the ship 10 to 11 feet out of the water on iu> j diamond-shaped foils, Cmdr. j Edwards says, "We were'doing 35 knots and while I wouldn't leukemia treatment developed MEMPHIS, Scientists at Tenn. (API St. .hide's Chil- BY CORRESPONDENCE You can Earn Extra Income by Learning to Prepare Tax Returns For Full Details, Contact CANADIAN SCHOOL OF TAX ACCOUNTING 6 Adelaide St. E., Dopl. J6 Toronto 1, Ontario rail it comfortable, if you want to get from A to B in a hell of a hwty, it's quite tolera- bly. Ami the manoeuvrability is outstanding." Hull-borne, at a speed of 12 knots, he says, the ship could cross the Atlantie and just about return with its fuel load. The amount of the fuel load is classified information. Although designed for anti- submarine operations, Cmdr. Edwards says, "You can name almost any mission for it, put missiles on it, search and rescue, fisheries protection or area surveillance. '-It's completely invulnerable affects tip to 14.000 to lorpedos. Theres no way a children in I he United States each year, no longer can be considered incurable. If a disease can be made to disappear for live years physi- cians usually term it cured. Previously a one-per-cent re- probably couldn't catch it. I mission rate lymphocv-tic leu- Cindr. Edwards doesn't think I kemia was the best medical sci- dren's Hospital sny they arc op- timistic about the potential of a treatment they have developed for acute lyniphocytic leukemia. Hospital officials said here that their treatment, a com- bination of drugs and radiation, has resulted in a five-year re- mission rale of 17 per cent. Remission is temporary abatement of symptoms of the disease. They said they believe the clis- torpedo is going to hit it. Most torpsdos are set to run la to 20 below the surface. Even down in the water, there's only about torn- feet of this ship sit- ting in the water. And a torpedo Indtofoils will ever completely lepUce destroyers, "but if it es out, it's going to replace s ne of Crew costs could be cut with the implementation of a hydro- foil program. Bras d'Or carries a crew of 25, compared with 240 on most destroyers. Less than 10 per cent of a destroyer may be fighting equipment but the hydrofoil can carry 35 to 40 per cent fighting equipment, he said. Phones 328-6414 The Dispisy Area at our new location is Jammed With Red Hot Specials! WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF SHOP and FARM TOOLS INCLUDING GUARANTEED HYDRAULIC JACKS m Ton 13.00 3 Ion.......------ 17.00 5 ton 20.00 S ion 23.00 12 ton 25.00 16 ton 39.00 20 fon DRILL PRESSES CUT OFF MACHINES Socks! Sets Box end Sets Open End Sets Combination Sets Hammers Sledge Hammers Pliers ChainWrenches Screw Drivers Crescents, Etc. Pipe Threaders Pipe Wrenches TRUCK WINCHES CHAIN HOISTS 7ROUEYS ELECTRIC HOISTS ALL mm OF CABLE AT SAV1NOS LARGEST STOCK OF ANGLE, FLAT and ROUND IRON SOUTH OF CALGARY Beams Channels Platej Reinfsrtlng Sleel Mesh Cutting and Bending Facilities NEW PIPE SPECIALS lengths 5' to 15' 2" Black 3" Block 4" Block 350 550 850 TESTED PIPE FROM Yy TO 3" for Gen ?0' IENGTHS AT SIMILAR SAVINGS ATTENTION We are now paying fop prices for your scrap of our new scrap location 3308 2nd Ave. N. Across from Southern Feeds TRUCKS SCALE and CRANE UNLOADING FREE cnce had acliieved. TREATMENT RISKY Dr. Joseph Sinione cautioned that the treatment is risky and can cause bad side effects. He said 41 children have been treated and of those seven have remained free from all signs of leukemia for five years and have beea removed from Medi- cation. In a later grasp, half the chil- dren treated remain free of the disease after years. Scientific reports on the treat- ment have been accepted for publication in the Journal of the American Medical Association and the Journal of the Ameri- can Cancer Society. Such ac- ceptance is tantamount lo offi- cial recognition. Development of tlis new pro- cedure began in 1962 at St. Jude under Dr. Donald Pinkel, City- states advocated for Canada OTTAWA (CP) Cities such as Toronto, Montreal and Van- couver should become city-prov- inces, Dr. Edward McWhinney, a McGill University law profes- sor and constitutional adviser to the Quebec and Ontario govern- ments, said here. Professor McWhinney said that while it is probably politi- cally impracticable at the mo- ment some steps should be taken toward that goal. Spealdng to the joint parlia- mentary committee on the con- stitution, he said that this would help solve some of the urban problems in Canada. West Germany already had city states such as Bremen and Berlin. He said no provinces are likely to accept the idea unless there is a general constitutional change. But it. should he brought out for debate and per- haps this could encourage change. City-provinces would lead to better government at the local level and belter use of the city taxpayer's money. Show delayed for rewrite NEW YORK CAP) Broad- way's nwst successful p 1 a y- OTight, Neil Simon, has with- drawn his new drama, The Gin- gerbread Lady, from its sched- uled Broadway premiere nest month for extensive rewrite. it is tile first time a Simon show has been delayed a'ld a spokesman said the cause at least partly was "because you feel pressure to be tetter each time." The drama about an al- coholic marks a Simon switch from brand comedy to serious content. When reworking has been completed the production i n I e n d s to resume with Mau- reen Htaplcfon continuing in Ihe stellar role and .Itolj- I eri Moore 3s (he director. YOUR DOLLAR For the next five years. You can count on receiving a big yk interest for your dollar. Every six months. In a Royal Trust Guaranteed investment Receipt. And, after live years your iniiial investment is still intact. For as little as S500, you can plan on adding to your income. Simply complete tho coupon and attach your cheque. Or ask Royal Trust for the details. Give your dollar a incorno. I 323 7th Slrcnl South Trlnpliorto This Merchandise On Sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Morning Only! Quantities limited. We reserve the right to limit quantities. JOHNNY CASH SPECIAL Foisom Prison Bfues, Rock Island Line, plus 18 other original hits by Johnny Cash. SAVE 1.21 WILLARDS CHOCOLATES Fresh chocolates with assorted centres, 2-lb. box. Reg. Wooico Price 2.90. SAtE 1 SAVE UP TO 2.97 LADiES' SLIPPER CLEARANCE Aborted styles and colors. S S to Reg, Woolco Pries to 3.97- SAW SAVE 6.11 OVAL BRAIDED RUGS 102" x Assorted colors. Reg. Woolco Price 49.99. SAtE SPORTING GOODS DEPT. CHEMISTRY SETS An ideal Chrisimas gilt for ihe young sdenlisi. Complete with sleel carrying cabinets. 6.87 WOOLCO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (ALTA.) ITD. A Division of Ihe Dominion Citrus Company limited SAVE .50 PROMANI MEDICATED SKIN LOTION For dry, irritated skin. !6-oi. bptljs. Reg. Wooico A Price 1.99. SALE MANUFACTURER'S CLEARANCE 's Pullover Sweaters Choose from a qood assortment of Brand Nome pullovers you will recognize at terrific savings. Mock and full turhe -neck styles in 100% Wool and Wool and Mohair blends. Selection includes double kniis. Fisherman knits and rib knits. Assorted colors. Sizes S.M.L. LORRAINE GLASSWARE Assarted styles in Emerald, Blue, Flame, Amber, Blue-Mauve, Bius ond Avocado Green, SAVE TO .69 SEAMLESS STRETCH TIGHTS Fleece lined, non-run tights. Sizes 6 to 1 8 fnos., to 3, 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 years. (Bremen size Reg. Woolco Price ond 1.57. SALE SAVE .50 INDOOR PLANTERS Metal stand. Brown, Orange, Grey. Reg. Woolen Price 1.97. 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