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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 LEUIBRIDGE HfRAlD Friday, Otlobcr 6, 1972 Tow 11 needs help EDMONTON (CP) Finan- cially ami sociologically Hie Al- berta mining [own of (Inutile Cache, 90 miles soulh oE (.Ira: Prairie, i.s in a precarious po- sition, the town's coninuinil} service dirccior says. Lloyd O. Bossort told n ehnm- hcr of commerce uiooliug Hie of would need about laxpayhiK residents Lo support itsL'lf financially. In tlic meantime, the town needs ait' from the federal and provincia governments. A strike at Mclntvre Porcu pine Coal Co. Ihc town's major employer would leave the communily in even condition, lie said. TOKIKS RKIA'CTANT Grande Cache was developec with the help of the former So- cial Credit government, he said and as a result the Progressivi CoiiPorrative administration ha; seemed reluctajit lo co-opcrale Mr. Bossort said the towi has soughl a land-use survey for several years wilhout sue cess. As a result. Hie establish incut of expanfion programs tourist accommodation and small industry could not be as- sured. He said Ihere was a lack of humanity in the government policy ot moving people around without following up with social adjustment programs. "f don't believe governments can solve poverty pocket prob- lems by just moving people around." Families from foreign coun- tries brought to the town, but many could not adjust to the new environment and left. Another social problem in Grande Cache, he said, was the treatment of 200 Metis and Indians. They have obtained job tenure but have not deen successfully integrated into the employment stream. WHEN YOUR HUSBAND'S AFFECTION COOLS... He's often silent, moody. His sex drive seems alarmingly low. For the first time, you realize thab your marriage la in trouble. Is it your fault? Or his? How can you know what's really wrongV Noted psychologist Dr. Joyce Broth- ers tells you how Lo size up the situation, explains how it can happen in any marriage, and offers 6 common-sense rules for putting your rela- tionship on a better One of 39 articles and fea- tures in the October Reader's Digest. Pick up your copy today 1 Bread shortage faces Russians 65 will die in holiday traffic MOSCOW CM') Tlic Soviet public was urged Thursday lo lake care with "each handful o[ grain, each pinch o( flour" lo avoid n hrcad shortage. The newspaper Socialist In- dustry says reports from tile wheat fields of Siberia and Ka- zakhstan indicate there will be a poor crop. It deplored (he loss of lens of thousands of tons of flour from faulty handling and lack of modern methods. To much flour, it said, is lost in trans- port, or disappears in the [olds of flour sacks. Of the 32 million tons of lireacl producer! in the Soviet Union annuallyT an estimated 10 per cent is wasted by con- sumers, it added. "Having become accustomed to the abundance anil cheap- ness of bread, we sometimes don't value it enough. We buy too much, and ns soon as it dries a little we throw it away." Because of tlie poor liarvcsl, tlie Russians have bougtit more than a billion dollars worth of grain from the United Stales including about 20 million tons of wheat. OTTAWA (CP) The Canada Safely Council prc- dicls G5 or more people will die on streets and hallways during the 78-hour Thanks- giving weekend. Tlic holi- day runs from C p.m. Fri- day lo Midnight Monday night. Last year 56 persons were killed in Iraffic during (he weekend. Tlie h'gliest toll recorded for the holiday period was 100 in 1900. EARS COVERED Thick folds of skin over their ears shut ou; the water when al- ligators and crocodiles are below the surface. Check murder information received from telecast CALGARY (CP) Police are still checking information re- ceived from citizens following a television special into Ihc slaying of a 15-year-old hoy, Chief Inspcclor Art Roberts said Thursday. Police have checked oulmaiiy ol tlie more than 100 calls re- ceived since the Monday broad- cast by CFAC bul "unfortunate- ly have not come tip with a real good suspect." The inspector said many of Ihc calls led to dead-ends and in "others people were cleared of suspicion. The hour-long program, pat- terned after European produc- tions, recreated the shooting ol David Edward Lee and showed .he police investigation. lie was slain last July around 4 a.m. 1MDT as lie worked alone in an all-night grocery store. Inspector Roberts said calls were still being received and (lie investigation was continu- ing. The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE JUDGE LS BUND Louis Corbin of Jacksonvill ioys elections relurns, read lo him by his wife. Co nine-year-old son Lestey also scans results which gave Corbin a county judge's seal although he is blind. His opponent made the handicap a campaign issue, which Corbin said backfired on him. RED DEER (CP) Dr. Colin MacCaffrcy, chairman of the Red Deer College depart- ment of continuing education, has hecorae the fourth faculty member lo resign in the last year. His resignation took effect last weekend and college admin- istrator Dr. Raymond Fast said in an interview the position would not be filled "at the same level." "There will he no director of continuing education, but we may have a he said: "In any case the position will not require a Phd." Appointed chairman of the continuing education depart- ment May 1, 1971, McCaf- frey said he has no plans apart from "taking a holiday and en- joying life." BOARD DISSOLVKD Dr McCaffrey was the fourth member of the college faculty lo resign since the college board of governors was dis- resigns solved and replaced by cial administrator. Dr. Fasl. A hearing, condacled by Dr. T. C. Byrne, former deputy ed- ucation minister, into unrest at the college earlier led to the resignations of former college president Dr. Mervyn Eastman and former vice-president Dr. Ronald Piters. Both have filed suit claiming severance pay and repayment of legal incurred during the hearing. Farthing, a former English instructor at the col- Icgc, has also filed a staie- I of claim seeking judg- ment for "wrongful dismissal" from the staff. The other staff member to resign was former registrar Herschel Cramer. Dr. Fast also announced that student enrolment at the col- lege has increased to from the students enrolled last term. There now arc 7B9 full- time day and 376 part-time stu- dents enrolled. SACRIFICE! 1972 PONTIAC CATAUNA 9-PASSENGER STATION WAGON Complelely power equipped. Includes AIR CONDITIONING, POWER WINDOWS and DOOR LOCKS. Only 5 monlhs old. Low, low mileage. OFF New Car Price Phone: 328-21 88 Daytime or 328-3220 Evenings Former mounted policeman (lies EDMONTON (CP) A lun- cral service was held Thursday for John Rich Hooper w h o served the for 71 years in England and Canada, includ- ing a three-year service in the former Royal North W e s I Mounted Police. He died Mon- day al 03. One of the last surviving members o[ the Royal North West Mounted which later be- came the RC1IP, Mr. Hooper was born in Somerset, Eng- land, in 18B9 and began his ca- reer in ]9M will) Hie Rreat Western Railway in Bristol. In 1900 lie joined the Metro- politan Police Force at Scot- land Yard before cominfj to Canada in 1012 to join the Iloyal North West Mounted. He served overseas In the First Worlr1. War, then joined the j CNR in 1020. 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