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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 31, 1970 THI UTHMIDOI HWAID Ceasefire Extension Sought UNITED NATIONS (CP) The 127-country General Assem- bly is expected to agree next week that the Middle East ceasefire should be extended. It also is expected to make a renewed call on Israel to with- draw from Arab lands captured in the 1967 Middle East war and strongly calls for resumption of peace talks under Gunnar Jarle of Alberta that the men- ion of his name is sufficient to ustify the degree he will re- ceive." The university also presented posthumously the Alumni Gold- en Jubilee Award to the late 'hilip Galbraith, chancellor of the University of Alberta rom 1964 until last spring. The award is the highest honor given by the alumni associa- ion for distinguished service. LONDON (AP) The British government, by pollu- tion of its by oil, moved speedily in Parliament Friday to impose tighter controls on ships discharging fuel into the sea. The oil pumped into the sea in the normal course of ship opera- tion "accounts for the unspec- coastal pollution distinct from that caused by John Grant, undersecretary for trade 'and industry, told the House of Commons. The bill would enable the gov- ernment to put into effect changes agreed in the interna- tional convention for the preven- tion of pollution of the sea by oil. Hie Dili was given prelimi nary approval. Maximum fine on summar; conviction for polluting the sea was increased to from Grant told the House man ips had discovered wayi of ading the taternational con- ention and "we actuilly me of them doing this. But it rarely possible to prosecute ucesfully for offences outside erritorial waters." ABOR GIVES SUPPORT Roy Mason, board of inister under UK Ufcir rnment, supported UN. servative bill but aid his "major cencin is with randings and W" ed by the Torrey Canyon and, more recently, Pacific Slory." "Britain, more than any other Department Extends Forest Fire Season EDMONTON (CP) The forest fire season in many parts of Alberta has been ex- tended by the A1 b e r t a lands and forests department. The season normally ends Oct, 31, the department said, but because of a lack of snow in most areas, it was decided to extend it. The forest areas include Ed- son, Whitecourt Rocky-Ctear- water, Bow River and Grande Prairie. Residents in these areas are warned that fire permits are required for all open fires other than camp fifes, the de- partment said. There have been 802 forest fires in Alberta this year with acres of forest land iurned. NOTE RAPESEED GROWERS With retently expended focllitlej, Western Canadian Seed ltd. now Supply Contracts for non-con- tracted Rapeieed produced in 1970. up THIS NEW SUPPLY CONTRACT Insures delivery between January 1st and July 21st, 1971 Promises payment for on-the-farm storage for your rapeseed to a possible lie per bushel Choice of selling dale with price f.o.b. Lethbridge on date of sale selected by grower. Take advantage of higher prices while your rape- seed is still stored on the farm Supply contract holders will have preference in the allotment of 1971 Grower Contracts available early in 1971 CONTACT YOUR FIH.D REPRESENTATIVE TODAY! OIVA EISON, CAIGARY, PHONE 289-9583 er WRITE OR CAU: WESTERN CANADIAN SEED PROCESSORS LTD. P.O. BOX 99, IETHBRIDOE PHONE 327-5781 Spent 11 Hours In Ditch With Dead Man CALGARY (CP) Byrp Sheppard of Airdrie told an in quest jury he spent 11 hour in a ditch with a dead corn paiiion while attempting to fla down motorists tor help. He said be was driving a car Aug. 29, with Gerald Dubois 31, of Airdrie as a passenge on Highway 2 near Calgary when he saw the headlights t what he thought was an o coming car in their lane. I swerved off the highway avoid a collision while travf ling 50 to 55 miles an hour, b sailed 62 feet through the air before crashing into a railroa embankment. Mr. Dubois was killed whi Mr. Sheppard suffered a br< ken arm and leg and a liea wound. The jury attached no Ham ONLY SOUTH KOREA SEOUL (Reuter) Foreign Minister Kyu-hah Choi has wel- comed the UN General Assem- bly decision to invite only South Korea to its forthcoming debate on Korea. Communist and non- aligned countries had called for unconditional invitation of North Korea. country, is tho chief sufferer rom tanker he said, dding that there are about 110 randings and collisions of oil ankers yearly "Statistics show that one in 10 recurs in our coastal sea- ays." While the Commons discussed tougher oil pollution bill, i Xitch i a 1 v a g e company lumped oil from the grounded ITHACAN GROUP ANNOUNCEMENT KEITH R. HAND Mr. Ronald W. Downey, Mana Jet Pacific Regional, Ithacan De evelopment Group is please to announce the appointment o Mr. Keith R. Hand as Manage Southern Alberta Area for th Group. Mr. Hand joins Ithacan afte several years experience in th realty development anl inves ment field, and was most re cently area manager for a majo public real estate developmen company. He assumes the r iponsibility for all group activ ties In Southern Alberta, r porting to the Pacific Regio office in Vancouver, and located at the company's Ca gary offices. Pacific Glory off the Isle of About tow of cargo of tons will be pumped into the Shell tanker Halea so the Pacific Glory may be refloated. The Pacific Glory, tons, and the Allegro col- lided a week ago. Explosions aoi afire forced abandonment of the Pacific Glory, which ran into a sandbank. PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. SALE EVERY [MONDAY AT 1 p.m. Let Us Take the Worry Out of Your Livestock Sales our contacts with professional order buyers, plui your early consignment, means lop prices for you! LIST NOW FOR THE BIG FALL RUN SATURDAY, NOV. 7th at p.m. SPECIAL CALF SALE A1SO EVERY SATURDAY IN NOVEMBER PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. (FORMERLY HANDLEY-JENSEN LIVESTOCK LTD.) PHONE 223-3921, TABER DAY OR NIGHT Auctioneer: JOHNNY CHARLTON Lie. 293 Salti Manager GARY JENSEN OWN A PROFITABLE Kampground Become a successful mem- ber of KOA, largest interna- tional system of deluxe, family campgrounds. Cash in on the booming rec- reation field. Modest invest- ment brings instant cash- flow and strong earnings. Proven operating methods. Choice Canadian areas still available. Write: KOA (Canada) ltd., Dept. L, 614 6th Avt. S.W., Calgary 1, Alberta, for frw information. Love Affairs Arranged Between YOU and the B2 ORGAN bu will foil instantly for the superb styling, magnificent jiltty touch, -fully variable stops offering a multitude of ef- JgJiuU fects to the two keyboards. The delicate but mag- nificent electronics of this instrument makas it Car. 3rd Avtnue and 13th Street South Phont 327-1056 Hurry! Time is Running Out on Our Early Christmas Shopping V It Now Until Nov. 21 No Down Payment and No Monthly Payments Until January A wiall service charge Is added after 30 days Shop from the Store or Catalogue If you are not entirely satisfied with your purchase we will be pleased to pick it up and replace it, or refund your money. Tekshop 328-6611 SIMPSONS-SEARS Centre Village Mall 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N., Lethbridge ;