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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Novtmber 17, 1972 THE LETHUIDGE HEMLD 21 Western Roundup Forecasts controls in near future VICTORIA (CP) The presi- dent of the Canadian Manufac- turers' Association said here he fears wage and price controls are about to be implemented for political reasons although not warranted by economic con- ditions. "The Trudeau government had been against controls. How- ever, the New Democrats have tendencies in favor of controls and Mr. Stanfield was said he would favor them as Dan- iel Sprague of Toronto said in an interview. He said it appeared the Tni- QUALITY DENTURE) CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furnituro Blda. PHONE 328.7684 deau government would have to give in to political pressure when it had successfully resist- ed economic pressure. HOSPITAL PROTEST NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. (CP) A walkout by 65 kit- chen staff workers at Royal Columbian Hospital ended after Provincial Health Minister Den- nis Cocke agreed to meet with them to discuss their griev- ances. The workers were protesting what they called a takeover of their jobs by an American food company, Mannings Inc. HOURLY CHANGE Changing from one color to another takes a tree toad about one hour. FOR SALE! TWO STOREY FAMILY HOME Located in Soulh Lothbridge Wesl of Mayor Magralh Drive, this spacious residence offers oil for excellent family living. Features include attached garage wilh front drive, upper and lower sun- decks, family room off kifchen, half bain and den off fronl vestibule, L-shaped living and dining room, developed area in boscmcni. For furlher parliculars on the many features, plus good financing arrangement, contact a Canada Trust Home Consultant today. DON ROY 327-7661 GEORGE SCOTT, F.R.I...........327-2783 MORRIS PASHKOWITCH 32B-564C VINCENT HARTY 327-0492 CANADA TRUST Car. 3rd Ave., 7th SI. S. Phone 327-6581 SCENE OF BATTLE Firemen inspect an east Calgary house which was Ihe of a two-hour gun bottle between police and a Vancouver man. The battle ended when a fire started by a tear gat shell forced him to leave. Michael Bohamchuk, 34, was charged with attempted murder and remanded to Nov. 21. Crashes on test flight HALIFAX (CP) A Cana- dian Forces Sea King helicopter lhat crashed Wednesday at nearby Shearwater naval air station had just had an engn changed and was on a test flight when the mishap oc- curred, it was learned Thurs- dav. The twin-turbine anti-subma- rine helicopter had been hov- ering over a grass section at the base, some 50 feet from the ground, when it crashed wilh Ihree persons aboard. Test pilot Capt. Ed Hunter and crewman Cpl. V. were injured but co-pilot Mike Ornen was unhurt. It was' learned that the test crew had only seconds prior k SAND f GRAVEL ASPHALT 4 TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 378-2702-327-3610 A knowledge of the Impending crash. The helicop- ter, worth some million, is believed to have developed se- vere vibrations just prior to its rapid descent. A board of inquiry, ordered to investigate the mishap, began its s'udy Thursday -7d bj fleet of 36 helicopers was imme- diately grounded. CRASHED ON DECK It was the second grounding of the heavy helicopters in re- Safe driving week dates set OTTAWA (CP) The Can- ada Safety Council announced today that Safe Driving Week in Canada will be held Dec. 1-7. Council President Bruce Legge said in a news release that this year's safety week will "Trtmntc rVjfensivG driving and the importance of CUT maintenance in avoiding ac- Last year about Cana- dians were killed and about injured in traffic acci- dents. cent weeks. Earlier Ihe under- carriage of a Sea King col- lapsed and Ihe aircraft crasher on the deck apron of the de- ;troyer Frase, prompting im mediate gounding of the squad ron. The helicopters had just been inspected and were released to resume operational flying when the second accident occurred. An eyewitness said the heli copter had' been hovering fo about 30 minutes prior to the crash. It had just completed a ground warmup, taxied along runway and assumed hoverin; position. The helicopter was demo lished. The Sea King helicopter' main role is anti-submarine warfare, normally working off Ihe deck of a destroyer. The aircraft is equipped to search, locate and destroy enemy sub- marines. The squadron is also called upon for search and rescue mis- sions. Capt. Hunter was reported in good condition in hospital Thursday with a back injury and a series of cuts. Cpl. one was being treated for a bro- ken bone in his hand and body bruises. Tri-level parley called By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Federal, provirj- ial and municipal delegates 'ill be able to discuss their common problems at a tri-level onference called for next Moo- ay and Tuesday in Toronto. The federal-provincial-munici- al conference will seek to set p machinery for continuing onsultation between the three evels of government. It will be a big breakthrough the municipalities which ave always objected to being eft out of federal-provincial onferences. Joint chairman of the confer- ence will be Urban Affairs Min- ster Ron Basford from Ottawa, Municipal Affairs Minister Fra- ser Mooney from Nova Scotia and Mayor Des Newman of the city of Whitby, Ontario. He is president of the Canadian Fed- eration, of Mayors and Munici- palities. Decision to organize such a three level conference was made early last winter. The local governments wanted to sit around a table with the fed era! and provincial represcnta tives to discuss their common irpblems and establish the pri orities and requirements of lo- cal governments. WE ARE NOW AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR BAUER SKATES We also feature a SKATE SWAP Sharpened New Lacei Sliined Sanilized PAIR APPROX. 2-95 Lethbridge Honda Centre 1117 2 Ave. S. Ph. 327-8119 Closed Monday Open Thurs. and Fri. lill 9 p.m. "Ample Free Parking The municipal affairs minis- ers from each of the 10 provin- cial governments are expected jo attend. Provinces with minis- ers of inter-governmental af- 'airs will also have them attend as delegates. Representatives rom the Federation of Mayors and Municipalities will be present. The session will be held be- lind closed doors. A spokesman for Mr. Basford said yesterday he doubled lhal there would be any major deci- sions made. It will be a working :wo-day session with Senator Carl Goldenberg presiding over Ihe work periods. It will be the first mler-gov- erEmental meeting held In re- cent years solely for the pur- pose of considering urban prob- lems. Approximately 85 municipal affairs and officials from the 10 provinces are expected to at- tend. The Yukon and Northwest Territories will also be repre- sented. One of the criticisms frequently levelled at the fed- eral and provincial govern- ments is that they undertake work projects on a large scale without considering local prior- ities. SPECIAL FURNITURE AUCTION SALE MONDAY, NOV. 20 P.M. HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE 1920 2 Ave. S., Lethbridge TERMS CASH NO RE5ERVI Having received instructions from the owners who have lold Iheir large home and moved into a mobile home we will the following: New 4 sealer chesterfield and chair; Coffee table; 2 step tables; Dark brown leatherette recliner; R.C.A. Victor TV; Lounge; Corner table; Room divider; 9x11' rug and underlay; 6x9' orange rug; 2 hall runners; Pictures; 2 new lable lamps; Findlay 30" gas range with timer; H.C.A. Whirlpool 12 cu. ft. fridge; 11 cu. ft. deepfreeze; Washing machine; Viking fridge; Chrome table and 4 chairs; Utility table Small buffet; Table and 2 chairs. Dark wood bedroom suite with double dresser, chest of drawers and complete bookcase bed; New 54" box spring and mattress; New 54" mattress; Complete 54" bed; Double dresser; Chest of drawers; Large oil heater (for 6 rooms) like new; Small oil healer; Small gas heater; Small electric chord organ; Clocks; Radios; Steam iron; Broiler; Vacuum, Travel iron; Toasler, Coffee perc; Car- pet sweeper; Humidifier; Drapes; Dishes; Blankets; Cush- ions; Bedspreads; 80 gal. gas tank; Propane bottle; Cement mixer; Chain saw; Work bench; Lawn table and umbrella. Many More Kerns Too Numerous To Alenrion. Items May Be Viewed SUNDAY, NOV. 19th, 2 4 P.M. SALE DAY 8 A.M. SALE TIME FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. 1920 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 41 Lie. 458 PHONE 328- 4705 SUPER sues FRIDAY and SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17th and 18th THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE MARTENS COALDALE WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Prices in effect until closing Saturday, Nov. 18th. PURITY FLOUR 20 I CANADA FINEST GRADE BUTTER SILVERWOODS MEADOW GOLD ICE CREAM 69 1 gal. tub TASTEE BRAND CUT UP FRYING CHICKEN JAPANESE MANDARIN ORANGES per Ib. 39' 0.99 .....Case CORNISH GAME HENS UTILITY GRADE .ecdi GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 6 95C ROBIN HOOD CELEBRATION CAKE MIXES 9 oz. FRESH FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY FRESH BREAD WHITE or BROWN loaves for on sale week Volume Thelllustmted COLUMBIA ENCYCLOPEDIA a book a week thereafter at ;