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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October 10, 1973 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD 17 BAN ON CHEMICAL WEAPONS REQUESTED Happy family Michael A. Mills ol Calgary Saturday won in the Irish Sweepstakes by betting on Soliciana in the Cambridgeshire Handicap at Newmarket. England. From L-to-R, Mrs. Mills, daughter Chiislme, 9, and Mr. Miller receiving congratulation call Two in line to succeed president of Air Canada on i top vCl tlllM's 111 Cdlia'la die in (in i umimg loi dD- pOIIllmcnl til the position Ol pleslllellt Id be ,d( dted dt tin- end ol I Ins vcdi when John Kildu in i ftn cs dt I on i c.i i s .1 he.) d ol schedule die K.ilph I' vice mesidcn' assistant to till1 dldll iiuin diul Idiide 'I In1 l.itu i is vice piesulenl in c lidi gc ptihlu dtldii s It is ,i new division com bmmg public relations, dnd iniicnl .iiid induslu dll.ui Mi Hdldwm .s.iid ho Udiil'- In letue lioin Xir Canadas dt the end o' I his to diul the countn lilo xOnlc 1 .sill c.in Ho hcis pine based .1 Idiin in the 'lidcdii Lake disli.ct dt I'd til lied! Ottawa d icnov.ited old stone house the kind ol d h -use im wile- lids wanted II' .sdid Ins edi U i esigna lion was not due to din dii 1 i'i dices between IniiiM'll diid ves Prdtte, chdiini.in diid anel ex- VOTE "YES" ON MEDICAL RESEARCH GIVE THE UNITED WAY Thanks bo you, Iks working ei ulne ol the government- ouned dii line Suie we ve hdd oui diguments. but, we gotten along well logethei dnd we ve both had I hi' >amc objective fo iiuike Canada Ihe best .111 line in Noilh Ainenca Mi Udldnm told FP Publications 1 lie pie.sident .sdid he had wanted to icine when tie 11.11 lied cars ol age He h. d been peisudded by Mr 1'idlle to si as on lor diiuiliei Just this past week Iliebodidot directors .nid the chairman tried OIH e dgdin to persuade him to on loi at least Another but I was deteiiiiined this tune that I u.inied to get Irom I lie business woi Id and en- oui neu l.ii in home.' s Mi Baldwin ills lavojiie i-, I1 I .ii'slmi" lie .nid IPS uile have ac- oii.uldlcd d lull ol men, also bedblc to indulge in other DC i iip.iiions an exten- cellar dnd music I 01 one lie is going lo and his nen isle in the Altei that he said he may .Hound and lake up some ciicupaiion depen- ding on how he Icels Mi in d.s president has been in charge ol This past li.is a lough one with P on stnke ,ilter the ii aiiudd sti ike was MM i led and u i Hi the iidtioiidl railways shut down beiau.se ol labor pi Community Services Department City of Lethbndge October 2, 1973 CIVIC GRANTS 1974 All interested Groups and Community Organizations take notice that requests for funds under the City of Lethbndge Grants Policy, must be received at the office of the Community Services Directorate by October 26, 1973 Application forms are available from Infor- mation Lethbndge, Yates Centre could have just said sol i and not tried to cairv extra passengers liul tried lo meel the situation putting on ex- lia Mights and were 1975 loads, with 197.J equipment It was a vciv demanding and trying hiiii loi our airline and all its personnel. said Mr Ha lu win An Canada's passengei an I no gill i ying i.ip.Kilv had been strained 10 the utmost However Mi Hdldwin said the year is now ncarlv over and he is conlident in the months ahead morale will improve a.s the pressuies ease up Mi Baldwin was ap- pointed president ol the (loun ewned carrier in dt the sdine 'nine as Mi Pi dlte d Quebec city was named Miair- iiuin ol the board Mr HdklvMii 1.1 one ,ne lastol Ihe Ottawa Muinddnns (rained nder the tutoiship ol the brilliant and dble ledeial cabinet nani.stei the late lit Hon I) I) Howe He began his cdieei-ii the lederal civil SCIVK :i the Second lie lose thiough a series ol posts d.s assistant seciei.m to 'he cabinet i h.i 11 in a n the r 1'ianspoi I HI i. a.id depu- te minister ol tian.sport H.indling the vast complex depailment ol tiansport liniih established his icpulalion as one ol Ihe best ministers in the s service liecausc ol his technical know now he picked out ol that po.st and named piesulenl ol loi a live term in 1968 He ouslv denied there was am pi essure on him lo leave the position d'-clai ing he departed lor reasons and declined .suggestions that he accept .1 re-appointment lo the po.st Mr Pratte said 'I am gralelul to him lor his un- swerving lovally and devo- tion. ,nul our association has been pleasant and icwarding lor me He sdid Mr Hdldwm had made dii outstanding contribu- tion lo the allairs ot the an line during (he last five WASHINGTON The American Chemical Socie- tv. in a shilt ol policy on chemical warlare. has called upon the Nixon ad- ministration to accept a ban on the mihtai V use ol chemical weapons, in- cluding leai gases and her- b, ..s society announced here that it had abandoned its support ol the ad- ministration's position that Ihe 1925 Geneva protocol on chemical and biological warlare does not preclude the use ol teal gases and herbicides The society had endorsed the a d ministration s position in 1970 when President Nixon i csubmitted the 1925 treaty to the senate lor its ap- proval BLOCKED 1 Senate action on the tieaU has been blocked by dillciences between the Ulnte House and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee over whether the protocol applied to the mililaiv use ol teargases and herbicides The Meatv, which went into ellcct in 1928 but has nevei been ratified by the I nitcd Stales bans 'the use in war ol asphysx- i.iling poisoning and other gases In icsubmitting the lo the Senate in August the Nixon ad- iiiinisliation gave its inter- pi elation that tear gases and lie i bicides were not coveied by the inter- national pact The majority ol the senate committee relused t o a c c e p t the a d mimstialion s interpreta- tion and. in April. 1971. Sen W Kulbiight. D- Ai k the chditman. wrote President Nixon r e questing him to leconsider the .idministiation's posi- tion Thus lai there has been uo presidential i espouse to that letter and the committee has made (leai that it has no inten- tion ol piocecdmg any luithei in its consideration ol the tiealv until there is a In a lettei lo Kulbnght made public today in hcmical .ind Engineering News the weekly ol the lieihic.il Soc Our dress slacks But the values never end. The Tip Top slack racks are hanging heavy with tweeds, flannels, hopsacks and knits. All, so new, the only thing you'll recognize is the value. Our dress slacks run the course from bold, bright plaids, to the quiet. From beefy (but unheavy) country tweeds, to crisp clean flannel. How are they cut? Just about any way you want them. At the conservative end, bottoms that give you just an illusion of flare. At the other end, the very current 23' bottoms that balance higher heeled Open a convenient Tip Top Charge Account TIP TOP shoes. The choice of detailing is limitless. Watch pockets. Wide belt loops. 2 I 2" cuffs for those who want them. New 'J' pockets. Western pockets. In-thc-seam pockets. The selection is nothing short of unbelievable. And the prices on Tip Top dress slacks run mainly from to (There's a few dandy looks from to Even bigger values.) That's less than you'd expect to pay. But then again, exceptional value is never a surprise at Tip Top. Saving money never looked so good Centre Village Mall Telephone 328-8255 ;