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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Monday, October Patterns Cape V Scarf 7345 Wrap up warmly on cold days in capes 'n' scarves. Crochet buttonfront capes of worsted in 3 colors pop- corns separate color panels Scarves are done in double crochet. Pattern 7345, Misses' 8-20, Child's 4-10 incL 75 cents each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add each pattern for first- class mail and special .handl- ing to Alice Brooks, Lethbridge Herald, Needlecraft Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario, MIT 4P7. Ont. residents add sales tax Print plainly Pattern Number, Name Address. 7Part Wardrobe! PRINTED PATTERN 4635 SIZES 2-8 SEVEN quickie, easy, pret- ty school and holiday styles all with the princess lines she loves! Choose permanent press cotton, neat knits in plaids, checks, solids. Printed Pattern 4635: Children's Sizes Size 6 takes yards 60-inch, for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15c each pattern for first- class mail and special handling. Chit residents add sales tax. Print plainly Size, Name, Address, Style Number. Send to Anne Adams, Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario, MIT 4P7. SOLDIERS KILLED LISBON (Renter) Seven Portuguese troops were killed and nine seriously injured when their vehicle h t a land- mine in Mozambique The armed forces said during the weekend the incident happen- ed in the Vila Cabral area of Mozambique Sept 30, but news was delayed until relatives were informed. The mine was one of thousands laid during the 10 years of guerrilla war between Por- tuguese troops and rebel forces in Mozambique. B.C. boy photographs mysterious aircraft SURREY, B.C (CP) An 11-year-old Surrey boy has taken a picture of what he is convinced is an unidentified flying object. "It just went round and round in a circle, up and down and then took off super fast in the David Knutsen said Saturday. He saw the object Oct. 15 from the kitchen window of his home in this Vancouver suburb after he noticed two RCMP officers standing in a parking lot, pointing in the sky toward the east. The picture was first on a 20-picture roll and his father, Harold Knutsen, wouldn't let Aim develop itjontil the other 19 pictures were taken. David received the negatives Friday. The picture, taken at 4 p.m. PDT Oct. 15, shows a circular, almost-black, object with a sharp but narrow glow around its exterior. David said there were no distinguishable markings on the object which he estimates was about 400 feet away. He said the, whole episode lasted about thijee seconds. Sergeant Arnold McPherson of the RCMP said Saturday he didn't know the names of the officers David'said he saw. No UFO reporters were fil- ed with the police station and no one had mentioned any sightings, he said David said he had been reading about UFOs but he said the sighting from his kitchen window was authen- tic. "It wasn't no round air- plane, I know he said. A blazing .white UFO, described as roaring like a jet aircraft was reported by an RCMP officer in Turner Valley, Alta., just two days before David took his picture. Mr. Knutsen said David "isn't someone who makes up stories." David was not sure about the size of the craft.'He said it was roughly 50 feet in diameter. Millionairess, fiance make sex pact LONDON (Reuter) Michael Wilson, the 29-year- old Welsh miner's sort who plans to marry 77-year-old American millionairess Rachel Fitter, says he has made a sex pact with his bride-to-be. "Obviously, we're not marrying for sexual attrac- Wilson said in an inter- view published by British newspapers today. "Miss Fitter and I will sleep in separate rooms after the wedding." Sears BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION YOUNG B.CrBOY CLAIMS ROUND OBJECT HE PHOTOGRAPHED IS UFO ____ Saskatchewan Tories eye election chances SASKATOON (CP) Sas- katchewan Progressive Con- servatives had something more important to do at their annual meeting that ended Sunday than draw up a list of things they would do if they form a provincial government Their major ly performed with to convince themselves they have a chance of forming a govern- ment. It wasn't easy. Even Conservative Leader Dick Collver, a 38-year-old businessman who has revitalized the party since taking over 19 months ago, found himself apologizing to delegates several times for saying "if" the party forms a government. The party has not formed a Saskatchewan government since 1934. It has not had a legislature seat for seven years. In the last election, the Conservatives received fewer than votes across the province. Yet even the leaders of the New Democratic and Liberal parties say the Conservatives will be a force in the provin- cial election expected next year. Two years ago, the organ- ization had 42 paid members. Today, it has about It has already nominated 16 candidates and says it will have a candidate for each of the province's 61 legislature seats. During the weekend con- vention, delegates cheered ev- ery reference to "when we form the government" and ex- pressed their faith in that assertion in remarks from the floor. And that, organizers say, was the main purpose of the infuse the party activists with enttusiasm and confidence. The organizers frankly con- ceded that the policy debates produced almost nothing new, merely reaffirming what the party leadership has been say- ing- The individual policies, moreover, were usually vague and took second place to statements of principle. That was in keeping with Mr. Collver's description of government as a body that should act as a balancing agent between interest groups instead of trying to have all the answers. "If the people of this province want a change from what they've had, then we're the only alternative." He maintained that voters will not shun the party because of its poor showing in past elections: Among the party's general suggestions for the future are decentralization of power to strengthen municipal govern- ments and school boards; independent regulatory bodies appointed by judges instead of politicians, stricter ac- counting procedures for government and less interference with private enterprise. HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS Required foryhighway division of integrated transportation company based in Whitehorse, Yukon. Jour- neyman rates 80 rising to 55 per hour January 1, 1975. First class mechanics without lifcense will be considered'. Standard Teamster labour contract provides for full range fringe in- cluding medical and pension plans Relocation assistance plan available. Call collect 403-667-2511, or write: N. F. Rudolph Personnel Manager, Whitehorse White Pass Yukon Route Box 4070, Whitehorse, Yukon PISS 1 fHKNIMfE WINNER Mr. Ted Pittard of Sears presents the Lady Kenmore Dishwasher to Ruanna MacDougall of Champion. Ruanna's name was drawn dur- ing Sears Birthday Celebration. Also present for the happy occasion was her mother and brother and sisters. Give a good goblin something good to gobble I Processor, store take big bite WASHINGTON (AP) The middlemen who process and sell food after it leaves the farm took a record bite from consumer grocery spending last month, the United States agriculture department says. In September, the retail cost of a year's supply of farm-produced food items jumped to a record annual rate of for a typical household. The Ford administration plans a meeting next week to see whether something can be done to trim middleman costs for food between the farmer and consumer. President Ford has said food prices are his top priority in combatting inflation. The agriculture department figures showed that all of the 1.4-per-cent increase during September was due to a larger share going to middlemen Of the total marketbasket cost, farmers received 1723 as their share on an annual basis, while middlemen received a record rate of The farm share was down from August while the middle- man portion wasup during the month, said department officiate In his Oct. 8 economic mes- sage to Congress, Ford said he has directed his new Council on Wage and Price Stability "to find and expose all restnc- tive practices" which contribute to rising food costs. The meeting next week was announced Friday by Agricul- ture Secretary Earl Bute. It. was described as an "inquiry into margins and barriers" in- volved in the U.S. food supply. SPONSORED BY COUNCIL The conference is scheduled for Thursday and Friday and will be sponsored jointly by the agriculture department and Ford's new council. Con- sumers, labor, fanners and other are expected to par- ticipate in the public meeting, a White House source said. In other economic news, the U.S, says it is trimming its purchases ot expensive im- ported oil, but inflated prices still are taking a big bite out of theU.S balance of payments. The U.S. trade deficit of million reported Friday by the commerce department for the month of September was the fifth deficit in a row. But smaller purchases of overseas oil, food and automobiles helped the U.S climb partially out of the record Jl.l-billion note it fell into in August. The volume of imported oil during September was down by 9 5 per cent from the same month a year ago. It was the second month in a row that imports have ran behind a year earlier. ;oo 'a-24-mini Lifesaver rolls b-40-peanut butter cups c-3 Ibs. Kraft Caramels d-80 sticks of Wrigleys Gum e-20 Jr. Glossette Raisins f-20 jr. O'Henry chocolate bars g-20 jr. Smarties pkgs. Simpsons-Sears Ltd Enjoy it now! Use your AH Putpose Account At Simpsons-Sows you get the finest guarantee. Safltlaclkm or money refunded. Store Hours: Open Daily am. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to 930 p.m. Centre Vfflage Man. Telephone 328-9231 ;