Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
RRRRRRRIP There's more than one hazard in learning to skate as Janet Nigel discovered when she tried the ice during an hour-long class in Toronto. Taking a tum- ble was to be expected but the end result was embarrassing. Mrs. Nigel was sport enough to continue with her class. Foodstore court case remanded CALAGRY (CP) A case against Canada Safeway Ltd., charged under the Combines Investigation Act, Thursday was remanded to Dec. 6 for election and pica. The company faces two charges under the act. It has been charged with being party to a monopoly. Schmidt critical of ivelfare plan RED DEER (CP) A can- didate for the leadership of the Alberta Social Credit party says the current welfare system is badly managed. Werner Schmidt, vice-presi' dent of the Lethbridge Com- munity College, said changes BOOKKEEPER REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY A competent bookkeeper, able to handle all ac- counts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, etc., is required for local retail store. Salary, fringe benefits commensurate with experience. Reply in own writing, supplying personal resume to: Box 84, Lethbridge Herald All Information held in strides) confidence. must be made in administra- tion of welfare programs. Mr. Schmidt agreed the prov- ince must help people who are handicapped in some form and that this help should come through welfare or some other system. It should not be possible for an able-bodied person to get greater benefits from welfare than he could from creative employment, Mr. Schmidt add- ed. Mr. Schmidt was speaking to members of the Social Credit party to gain support for his leadership campaign. ASIA DRUG SOURCE (AP) New official estimates from the bu- reau of narcotics and dangerous drugs say that 30 per cent of the 6.5 to 10 tons of illicit heroin entering the United States an- nually originates in Southeast Asia. 3 DAYS ONLY THURS., FRI. and SAT. INSTALLED WITH PAD! 3 distinctive carpets at low, low sale prices! RACQUEL 100% Dupont nylon contains static control fibre. 15 lustrous colors.............. Sq. Yd. TARA'S THEME Cozy softness medium plush shag. 100% nylon. 15 beautiful colors.......Sq. Yd. ARISTOCRAT Unusually heavy nylon pile, very resilient, easy to maintain, 9 decorator multicolors. Sq. Yd. Financing Available Free Estimates 12 4 13 .80 CUSTOM INSTALLATION "We Offer Top Quality Workmanship" Sales and Installation by Don Bergman BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERING 2715 12th Ave. S.r Lethbridge Phone Office 328-0372 Res. 328-1854 OPEN THURS. and FRI. TILl 9 P.M. Brewery union certified EDMONTON (CP) Local 250 of the International Brewery Workers' of America was cer- tified yesterday. as bargaining agent for employees of Uncle Een's TarUm Breweries in Red The certification order by tlie Board of Industrial Rela- tions covers about 25 employ- ees involved in construction of the brewery. They were laid off Oct. 23 when the company said there was no work for them to do. The board ruled that the men be reinstated and that they be compensated fo- wages lost during the layoff. Friday, November 17, 1972 THE LETWIIID6I HERALD J.3 Device helps cut cancer deaths EDMONTON (CP) A 000 white blood cell separator obtained by the Dr. W. W. Cross Cancer Institute will sig- nificantly reduce cancer death in Alberta, Dr. K. B. McCredie said today. Dr. McCredie, senior re- search physician of the M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute in Houston, Tex., said the separator the second one in Canada will help prevent death by infection and bleeding. The separator may be hook- ed UD to a donor to obtain white blood cells necessary to fight infection in cancer patients. Blood from a donor's arm flows into a rotating bowl, which separates white cells from red cells and platlets, I which are needed for blood dot- ting. The red cells and platlets are returned to the donor. The separator also may be used to remove cells from cancer patients, months. It was donated by the when abnormal cells jeopar- dize the health of a patient. The separator will be fully blood operational in about two Alberta division of the Cana- dian Cancer Society. The only other one of its type in Canada is located at Tor- onto. Ducks smart -they wing southwards WINNIPEG (CP) Ducks unlimited (Canada) says early freeze-ups have sent waterfowl southwards from the Canadian prairies and resulted in the shortest hunting season in re- cent memory. A blast of polar air Oct. 16 in Manitoba and eastern Sas- katchewan froze even the larg- er marshes and left only local concentrations of mallards and bluebills. Abnormal cold earl- ier in the month already had moved many birds out of west- ern Saskatchewan and Alberta. In British Columbia, ducks and geese have moved to their staging and wintering areas in the southern valleys and coastal regions and indications are there are more birds than last year. 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