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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Stilurdoy, Novombor 28, THE IETHBRIDG! HCRAIO Poplar neg species of tree Kecciinnicnd. I noise-conli'ol pollulion rules East German leader lakes lough line T5DMONTON (C'P) A for- estry official says Poplar is a neglected spacies of tree. Charles Jackson of the Alber. lands and forests depart- ment, told an industrial wood products seminar here that construction is proceeding on the province's first mill to de- pend entirely on the species. More than 40 representatives of lumber mills and secondary manufacturers in the wood in- dustry from across the prairies attended ilie seminar sponsored by the Alberta Forest Products Association. MORTGAGE LOANS I. CHERTKOW For: MORE MONEY IONGER TERMS BETTER INTEREST RATES Wia arvo refinance type of enterprise; apartments, commercial build- ings, shopping centres, hotels, motels and homes. We represent the largesr Canadian and American coin- pomes. WE HAVE AN UN- LIMITED AMOUNT OF MORT- GAGE MONEY. We are eble to handle any kind of a deal art and 2nd mortgages. No mortgage is too small or loo large for us to handle. INQUIRIES INVITED Real Estate Investments ltd. MORTGAGE BROKERS 307 Birks Bldg. Ph. 653-5292 SA5KATOON-SASK. Alberta Hardwoods Ud. is building a snvmill at Lesser Slave Lake f.lh pop- lar, a moderately-hard wod. The province currently uses less than one per not of the allowable annual col and Mr. Jackson said pioiiposed plants would increase A.Afcrta's use of hardwood "by ipatat a times present Mr. Jackson said Poploir anil related species 52.3 billion board feet of A'Akrta's timber inventory, ftffiif, a fast growing tree ivhich declines in market valwiiat 80 years of age, could bt turned into 1.6 billion boa rd tet o( production annually. John McDougal of the Wcral economic expansion branch said Alberta's Lesss Slave Lake area and the Meadow Lake area of norths'esltssi Sas- katchewan are two special in- centive areas which pramife in- j duslry with great opportunity" for entering the industry. NOISE MEASU11E3 LOS ANGELES (API By 104 vote, city coundH has passed an ordinance wliio.4 one council member said, "riril give us a way to say to UK i pople, 'Will you turn down tile radio, hi-fi or rock'n' roll band Hi pour back yard' without the IWfe old lady goiJig into The measure bans use of bull .tens, j loud speakers and other istru- rnenls of "loud raucous iirwsc." EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta Advisory Committee on Pollution Control has been told a set of uniform noise-control regulations should he put Mo effect hi (he province. The recommendation came from Dr. C. R. May of Edmon- ton, provincial director of in- dustrial health services, in a report to the committee Thut'S- day. "This is a problem which should be considered on a province-wide basis and any control systems or. regulatory measures introduced should be uniform throughout the prov- ince. "Noise is an environmental pollutant and under certain cir- cumstances can have an ad- verse effect on the health, com- fort and ivell-being of members ol the community. .Dr. M a y, chairman1 of ihe special sub-committee of the pollution group, said control of noise pollution demands active participation of a 11 levels of government and the public. "There must be a reduction of noise to a no-effect level, he said in his report. Uy CV FOX C'lUuuiiim I'vcss SUK Writer The absence of Walter Ul- bricht from a Communist con- ference in Budapest has caused some observers to reiterate the suggestion that his East Ger- man government is less sympa- thetic to the idea of increased co-operation with West Ger- Heads badminton UOALDALE (HNS) Mutt Tsiikishima was recently re- elected president of the Coal- dale Badminton Club. Mrs. Harold (Alice) linger is the new secretary-treaurer. Sessions are held Mondays at p.m. in the Kate Andrews High School gym. Kinaia naiana, 0 i Murance INSURANCE IS NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT ISBOUR ONLY BUSINESS Phoiwe 327-3009 CONN VAN WIORNE JACK WARB1CTION 507A 7th STREET SOUTH WALTER ULBRICHT Stays Away many than are Russia, Poland and other Soviet-bloc countries. To some extent, Moscow is backing Ulbricht, long the top man in East Germany, in the tough line he has adopted to- wards the federal republic, where Chancellor Willy Brandt continues to press his policy of greater friendship towards the Communist states. For instance, the Russians in- sist that East Germany is a ''sovereign" state and is there- fore able to negotiate with Bonn on such crucial matters as im- proved communications be- tween isolated West Berlin and West Germany. In reply, Brandt argues that these matters come exclusively under the jurisdiction of the four victorious Allied powers of the Second World United States, Russia, Britain and France. The West Germans therefore contend that the Allies must Doreen s Boutique Your Wig Centre in Lethbrirage Centre Villogc Mali YVONNE INRIGHT REID-MEREDITH SUPERVISOR SEAUTY SALON 4 WIGS OF HI FASHION Ail GOWNS ANO ACCESSORIES will In our Sfllon with a diipley R M WIGS Monday thru Friday November 30 to December 4 You! never believe it's nd your hair nnd Friday MM 9 p.m. very latest In WIGS AND HAIR PIECES from thff world's finest permanently curled wig display next week UVINS WIG COQUETTE CENTURY give their authorization before matters such as the right of ac- cess to West Berlin Ciin be broached between the two Ger- manics. TOUGH TASK points of disagreement slJfl separate the East and West Germans as they resume their talks, at Jower-than-summit level, on matters of mutual in- terest. It would thus appear that achieving normal and amicable relations between the ideologi- cally-opposed governments in Bonn and East Berlin is proving an even tougher task than were the tortuous negotiations which finally produced treaties of friendship between Bonn on the one hand and Russia and Po- land on the other. Ulbricht, a veteran among Communist leaders, did not turn up at Uiu regular conference of the Hungarian Communist party, which was an occasion lor informal summit consulta- tions involving leaders from all over Eastern Europe. Ulbrichl's official reason for being absent was "doctor's or- ders" and, as if to bear this out, al least one report ot illness af- fecting die East German chief has turned up In the West Ger- man press. But a number of observers, with Ihpir usual readiness to How to cure cold STANFORD, Calif. (AP) Linus Pauling, the scientist who won two Nobel prizes, says an effective cure for the common cold is as simple as a walk to the cornel- store. Vitamin C can do (lie job, but people have not been making proper use of it, he said. If they did, there would be no more colds, he said at a news conference to discuss his book, Vitamin C and the Com- mon Cold, scheduled for publi- cation Dec. 7. Pauling offered Uie follow- ing prescription for cold suf- ferers: Take about one-half level teaspoon of the powder form of ascorbic each day until the cold disap- pears. When a person first catches a cold, he said, taking about one gram of ascorbic acid each hour will chase the dis- comfort away. Pauling said continued suf- fering with colds "is ex- plained by the fact that in the past, the medical student has been taught little about vitam- ins and nutrition." "Fortunately, physicians are now beginning to recog- nize the value of the vitam- he added. Pauling said enough vi- tamin C for a year's worth of cold protection can be bought for about a person. MANY SCHOOIS There are more than schools in British Columbia. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Floor f. Phone 327-1541 spot political motives behind pleas of ill health, interpreted Ulbi'icht's non-appearance as evidence of East German cool- ness towards the enthusiasm for "rapprochement" w i t h West Germany apparent in Moscow and Warsaw. BREZHNEV API'KOVKS Leonid Brezhnev, secretary of the Soviet Communist party, took pains at the Budapest meeting to re-emphasize Rus- sian approval of h'ast Eu- ropean relations with Bonn. He insisted that the new treat- ies Unking Bonn Warsaw and Moscow are good lor Euro- pean peace and also sr-n interests of East Germany In fact, it may bo bricht, despite his great coition on the matter of an with West Germany, (hat ultimately a pac his government and Bora iwuld bolster the prestige of Easitfrer' If this is so, an agrecnrmt (i still feasible, even allcs aboitive-sccming meeting in past months between Hfctidl and East German officlsljl ajid in the face of the many Asta- cles that will inevitably uute is the newly-resumed talks. Congratulations To Another Proud Owner of a PARADE SHOW HOMi! 2124 24th Ave. South Coaldalt J Show Home Open Sat. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sun. 2 p.m. to 4 PARADE 1 HOMES LTD. 2705 9th Ave. North, IETHBRIDOE Phone 328-8535 If YOU Know It's A Wig It's Not A Reed-Meredith! Doreen's Boutiqw WIGS OF I SALON GOWIIISAND ACCESSORIES FOR THE BRIDS-MO-BE AND HER ATTENDANTS Centre ViWoge Mall Phone 328-2843 H INTERNATIONAL i On Value Of Trade Or Cash Received On Purchase Of New Farm Equipment Many soles plus bcnus at 9% per annum on rhg trade- in volue ef med form In effect. our lineuo 9% vir innum