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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE NERAID Wednesday, Oclober 18, 1972 C'i flood his riding Slower "breathing9 rate may boost some row crops TORONTO (CP) Dmytro K TI p I a k Progressive Con- serv.-.tive candidate for Lake- shove, said litre tne Soviet embassy in Ottawa is inter- vening in the federal election campaign in Iris Toronto riding. Mr. Kupiak tolil a news con- ference the riding is being flooded with Soviet booklets, printed in Kiev last month, ac- cusing him of being a nation- alist "bandit" responsible tor the deaths of women and chil- dren between 1941 and 1915. The Conservative candidate, who claims to have fought both the and Nazis occupy- ing his native Ukraine, said the charges are "a pack of lies'' but acknowledged "liquidating" Soviet commissars. "I fought for my country and my people." he said. In 19-16, the Canadian govern- ment rejected a Soviet request to extradite Mr. Kupiak. A press attache at Ihe Soviet embassy in Ottawa said it is "quite 'ridiculous" lo suggest that the embassy would inter- fere in the election. He said the books mentioned by Mr. Kupiak coldrt Iw or- dered from Moscow by Toronto bookstores. Lakesbore is also being con- tested by Liberal Kenneth Hob- inson, Terry Grier, New Demo- cratic Party candidate. Com- munist Gordon Mussie and George Bcdard, a Marxist-Le- ninist. BREAK TAILS Some iizsrds when caught may escape by breaking off their tails. WASHINGTON (API Ex-1 [X-'riments suggest the possi- bility of increasing the produc- tivity of crops such as spinach, tobacco, wheat, beans and po- tatoes by slowing their "breath- ing" rates, a Connecticut scientist reported here. Dr. Israel Mitch of the Con- ti e c I i c u t agricultural ex- periment station at New Haven srtid the esccrimenls suggest chances of making such crops produce as well as Mich natural slow-breathers as corn and sug- ar cane. In a report to the autumn j meeting of the National Academy of Sciences. Zclitch said: "Tho 'Clrwn Revolution' ol the last decade, which has seen the yields of some foot! crops al least doubled by improved fer- tilizer and genetic methods may have reached a plateau. "Since only five to 10 per cent of the dry weight of plants comes from minerals and fer lizers, It is becoming harder 'squeeze' yields out of the oil. Thus research at our station has been conccnict vith increasing plant prorhictiv ty by increasing the 90 to T per "cent dry weight v.-hk es from airborne carbon dioxide." He said some of this inhnltx carbon dioxide is made in! carbohydrate fowl by the plan SOME JIETUUNK1) But he also said some of th carbon dioxide inhaled b plants is returned to the air in a process similar to an ani- mal's exhaling, and he added: "Scientists have therefore asked the question: is all this 'lost' CO-2 necessary, or can some of it be retained for larger crop yields? Some ex- periments at our sta- tion on this problem hold prom- ise that much more CO-2 can be retained." p w i it, -4 AT ALL OUR STORES WHILE QUANTITIES LAST! The Canadian Family Store 318-6th Street S., Phone 328-6566 D GOOSE PIMPLES A majestic looking s wan at Moose Jaw's Creservt Park seems to be oblivious to the cold end snow but fou r Canada geesa Trudge single-file away from the water in a southerly direction, following a recent snowfall in the Saskat- chewan city. UL GIRIS' THERMAL BRIEFS Excellent quality, winter weight under briefs, whita only. Siies 2 to 6 and 8 lo 14. Reg. 79c ........2 for MEN'S DRESS SOCKS Multi-ply s'relch nylon cushion sole. Sizes 10 to 12. Reg. 79c........2 GIRLS' PANTYHOSE One-sire fits 60 1o 100 Ibj. Assorted fashion shades including ivory, navy, green. Reg. 59e ........3 for LADIES' PANTYHOSE First qua lily one-sire and S.M.L, Selge, ipice, taupe, navy, black. Reg. ........3 for LADIES' BRIEFS Acetate tricot, lace and rib Icnil patterns, ElosKc leg. Many colours. S.M.L. Reg. 39e........ 4 for IADIES' NIGHTWEAR Pyjamas and gowns of 100C a cotton flannelette, floral palterns. Slzei 32 lo 40. Reg. lo 2.98 GIRLS' SWEATERS 100% acrylic pullovers and cardigans in assorted colours. 7 to 14. Reg. 2.99 GIRLS' FLARES Nylon pull-on style with elastic wolst, assorted colours. Sizes 7 to 14. Reg, 3.98 INFANTS' SLEEPERS Strfffch jccquard ferry. T' styles with fancy Canadian made. As colours. Sizes fo 30 Reg, and 2.99 ___ TODDLERS' SWEATERS Bulky knil pullovers ond cardigani. 100% acrylic or Oj-lon. Siras 2 lo 3x and boys' A tr> 6x. Reg. to 3.93 JR. BOYS' FLARES Elriptj. !i boxer zir> fly. Assorted colours. Slips 4 Reg. 3.98 JR. GIRLS' PANTS Toddler iizes too ir. the stretch nylon fiore Asi'r. cnleurv 2 lo Reg. to 3.99 CALDWEU TOWELS :frst quality Janella l Assorted colours. ilecl quantity. Reg. B9c 3 for LADIES7 PANT TOPS Machina washable 100 iy1on knit. Short sfee ibsfract, floral and dei catterns. S.M.L. Reg. 3.98 and 4.98 TBENS' CORD FLARES Fully washable 100% eot- pinwale. 4 patch pock- zip fly. Green, plu brown .Sizes 8 to 16, Reg. 3.98............ BOYS' SKINNY RIB PULLOVERS 100% nylon, zip neck, long sleeves. Machine washable. Assorted col- ours. S.M.L. Reg. 3.98............. MEN'S SHIRTS Jacquards, stripes, solids. TNVo-button cuff. Sizes J4Va fa 17. Originally iofd to FLANNELETTE DIAPERS 26" x 12 In pkg. Reg. Taiwan resulted I and lost profits quiries according provisions. LADIES' BLOUSES lotion polyester, some ny- on knils. tong or roll-up eeves. Plains, florals, tripes. Sizes 32 to 38. Reg. 1.98 2.49 2 for T-SHIRT CLEARANCE Aany styles, colours, pat- s in short or long sleeves. Choice oi neck tyles. Sires 2 to 3x, 4 to ix. Girls' 7 lo 14. Reg. (o 1.99 2 KIDDIES'and GIRIS' LEOTARDS Wan-run, touqh wearing assorted shades. Mado Cnnado. Sizes 2 to 14. Reg. 1.98........2 for LADIES' BUIKY CARDIGANS 100% ccrylic, fancy knits, jome zip from. Av D? colours. Sizes 36 to Reg. 4.98 and LADIES' PANT TOPS Well brand, long and short sleeves, easy- care fabrics. Many solourj aM ifyles. 10 lo 16. Mfg. lugq. to JR. BOYV SKI JACKET t i cire, lintd lip stripr- c.n itcnve. As-.'t. colours. lo 6x 5.98 SALE: THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIRHTS Til P.M. MEN'S SKINNY RIB PULLOVERS Machine washable nylon. Long sleeves, zip or mock turtle necki. S.M.L. Reg. 4.98 MEN'S "BRAND NAME PANTS Casual and lean itylo In wicfe variety of fabrics, and pa Herns and colouri. Zip fly. Sizes 58 to 3o Mfg. orig. value TO 12.95. acre park for Toronto unveiled by Mitchell Sharp By ALLAM DICKIE TORONTO (CP) Plans for an 86-acre park along the wa- terfront of downtown Toronto were unveiled today by Es- ternal Affairs TiTinlster Mitchell Sharp. Mr. Sharp told a news confer- ence here that the cost of ex- propriating the land along the 1.2 miles of shoreline probably would he about million. Mr. Sharp said negotiations to purchase some of the prop- erty weren't completed unlit last Friday. Other portions of the land will lie expropriated. SAYS MANY CONCERNED The cabinet minister said Hie federal government took the ac- tion because there was "grow- ing concern among Toronto citi- zens that a ceramic curtain, a wall of high-rise developments crecy on the project and denied that the new park was an "election goodie" designed to He defended government se- would deny them access to the waterfront." This was the last chance to ensure access, Mr. Sharp said. encourage Torontonians lo vote j "We saw the opportunity and lizerl it." Science Minister Alastair Gil- Liberal "in the Oct. 30 federal' seized it. election. "We began negotiations last May and they were kept as se- cret as possible in order to dis- courage iand Sharp said in explaining why Toronto Mayor William Denni- son and other top Metropolitan Toronto officials weren't in- formed of the federal plans un- til Monday. lespie, the cabinet minister who co-ordinated the park project, said he would like to see it pro- ceed without delay. "I think it's going to be one cence policy pledg OTTAWA (CP) Present overnment policies on science, jchnology and research ill marked "by costly con- isiou and uncertainty" and R onserv alive government would ve high priority to a fully-co- dinatcd science policy, ally said Tuesday in a science olicy paper. "We will, in this policy, es- ablish a link between It and conomic policies so that tho >enefiLs of research will accrue o all rather than remain In the mbo of the said he Conservative policy paper. It would give particular en- :ouragement to scientific activ- ties that are most closely re- ated to the production of social and economic goods and serv- ces. The science policy paper Is one of a series being released >y the Conservatives during tha oderal election campaign. The Conservatives say Can- ada has invested less In re- search and development than almost any other developed country. A cut in major scien- tific areas by the government during the 1989 fight against in- flation led to high unemploy- ment among university science graduates and further deterio- ration in the country's research efforts. and there was a 90-day optl< on warehouse property own by a New York firm f He said the government de- cided to move quickly when It learned the property was to: sale and several companies ex- pressed interest, including a German firm which bad plans for a 45-storey, high-rise on the site. Mr. Sharp envisaged facilities like bicycle paths, a public ma- rina, gardens and bandshell areas as well as swimming in the summer and winter activi- ties such as skating on canals and toboganning and skiing. rTe compared the park to Stanley Park in Vancouver, Quebec City's Plains of Abra- ahm, the Citadel in Halifax ajid of me mvSents of all Hyde Park in he said. Mr. Gillcspie said ex- propriation notices for some ol I the properties were filed today Pitic wheat producers -hip mav s LADIES' FLARES cabls ond clip stitch patterns. Pull-on itylo with slilched seam. Navy, brown, purple. 8 to 18. Reg. 6.98 MEN'S CORD VESTS Orion pile lined, rip front, 2 pockets. Assorted colors S.M.I.XL Reg. MEN'S BULKY PULLOVERS 100% acrylic knit, crew neck, faglan sleeve. Selec- tion of colours, S.M.L. Reg. 7.99 MEN'S RENDALE SPORT SHIRTS 100% Fortrel Vnils, polyester Many shodes and patterns, tv, collar styles. S.M.LXl. Mfg, crig. lo GIRLS' PANT SETS 2-pce. corduroy tunic top j and flared pants In ass't. colours. Si7ps 7 to 1 4. Reg. to 9.98 GIRLS' SK( JACKETS 100% nylon cire, belted, instructor length. Polyester lined, 2-way ilpper. 3 styles. Ass't. colours. Sires 7 lo 14. Reg. to 10.98....... BOYS' SKI JACKETS Innlrutlor stylo, ny- lon shell, polyester fill. Zip front, two pockets, self belt, hidden hood. Sizes 3 t Aiiti-duiiipiiig tribunal hearings ruled illegal OTTAWA (CP) A ruling by anti-dumping tribunal found that imports of television sets from Japan and in lost sales for Canadian j producers has been eliminated by the federal Court of Appeal. In a decision filer! last week, the appeal court found that the tribunal didn't conduct in- to statutory a result, said the court, importers of the TV sets were given no opportunity to answer evidence given by Canadian manufacturers. The tribunal by law is re- quired to hold public or in-cam- era hearings at which all inter- ested parlies are to have repre- sentatives. Some of the hearings In the TV case excluded importers be- cause manufacturers didn't want to disclose information that might help their com- petitors. The appeal court said the tri- bunal's decision that Hie Im- ports were harming the domes- tic industry was least in part on founded al such con- fidential information and there- fore could not be allowed to stand. The dumping duties applied by the revenue department as a result of the tribunal's decision were cancelled as a result of the appeal court judgment. Missile tested by Soviets WASHINGTON (Renter) The Soviet Union launched a SS-11 intercontinental ballistic missile into the mid-Pacific in a test recently, the U.S. de- fence department said here. Department spokesman Jerry Friedhrim said the missile was fired from the south-central So- viet Union and had a range of about miles. The test in- volved three re-entry vehicles. fie said the ICBM was the first to be fired in a series of tests the Soviet Union an- nounced it would hold in the area. WINNIPEG (CP) Produc- ers of Plti 02 wheat will have the opportunity to shin select- ed carlo.ifl lots this year, the Canadian whent board has announced. Special permits will "ed for producers with Pi'ic that meets certain qual- itv standards. Pilic B2, classed as a feed wheat, was teffpd by livestock feeders and Ihe fnmmercial milMro rrarin in A lim- ited demnnrl has developed for usinq Pitic in a specialty flour product. As a result, special carlot nermlts will be Issued for producers to shin Pific on a se'o.eterl basis In ]ri72-7.1. rn'icv is similar to the one in effect last year. Producers who have ed 50 rruota seres to "feeding :vpes of wheats" may use this rff- to r'elivrr a rarlot of Pific Other pro- ducers mav reaffirm proficient acreane from their "all other wheat" category to make up the necessary 30 acres for a carlot. Two or mere producers may share a carlot shinment providing samnlcs submitted by each of them meet the quality requirements. Producers wishing to take part In the program. shouM submit a sample of Pitic to their elevnfor manager who will forward 11 lo the Win nine office of the Canadian grain commission. MANY SNAKES There are aljout kinds of snakes in ttie world. FOLDS OF SKIN The wings of the flying dragon lizard are simply foldj of skin that act as parachutes. Reg. 9.98 IADIES' SKI JACKETS Nylon outer and lining, polyetler pad- rjinq. 7ip or flap pockeH, elailiclzcd c'iffi. bnlled. Colour thoice. S.M.L 14.98 IO CAN DELIVE A STRONGEI WESTERN VOICE IN OTTAWA MEN'S SKI JACKETS In stroll or length, nylon shell, polyei- Icr in IT I incd, Hidden hood, lift snap b'jMon front, sill belf. S.M.L.XL 1Y RUSSELL LIBERAL HEADQUARTERS 328 6th ST. S. PHONE 328-2358 ;