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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September S, 1971 THE LETMBRIDCE HERALD 19 Large crop for Montana HELENA, Mont. (AP) De- spite a searing midsummer drought, Montana wheat farm- ers are harvest ing one of their largest crops ever. Leo Kolstad, director of the slaus agriculture stabilization and conservation committee, says the crops "are amazingly good considering how dry it moisture to prevent the crops from drying up. The stale's wheat crop is ex- pected to he about 90 million bushels this year, up from 05 million last year. However, much of the grain is Ml.Ung in storage bins and elevators this year as a result of a dockworkers' strike on Uie U.S. H'L'st coast' was." Ninety degree lemperaturc tO areas, particularly the north- ern half of Montana from Gla- cier Park cast Lo Ihe North Dakota border. Grayson Cordell, a national weather service cHmatologist, said early summer precipita- tion and below-normal tem- peratures in May, June and early July provided enough Hong Kong I.O.D.E. KOPPER KARNIVAL College Mall HONG KONG (Renter) The number of Chinese "freedom swimmers" seeking refuge in Hong Kong has jumped sharply I this year, reliable sources said. In 1970, about youths and teen-age girls swam across Deep Bay from China lo this j British colony but the figure for this year up to end of the Au- gust has risen to more than the sources said. I Another month and a half of the so-called "swimming sea- son" remains before the mile stretch of water becomes i too cold. Kintjlana, I INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON S07A 7lh STREET SOUTH Neiv law will he sought in civil aviation talks By PRANK GRAY jeopardize Hie t.nle and onlcr- MONTREAL (CP) High- ly development of inlcrnalioniil level diploraalic lallts ini'Olving civil air transport. All countries attending Ihc talks, except Algeria anil endorsed the declaration. The call for an internal itin- ally acceptable condemnation of sabotage wa.s spurred by the more than 60 countries are Ui be held here next week with the objective or drawing up a legal convention to condemn all unlawhil interference willi civil aviation. The talks are being held February. 1970. explosion 'of a under the auspices of the Inter- 1 Swissair aircraft, which caused national Civil Aviation Organi- lli.-in 40 lives. The IJ a 1 e s I i n e Liberation A spokesman for the Mont- Fronl a1 ''rst claimed then real-based organization said! laler denial responsibility for that the main thrust of the de- 'he bombing bate will be aimed at devising Next wwk's talks also lake an international law to punish! a 'he day those who interfere with air- 1 after the Labor Day week. port operations and the safe I hijackings of four Eui onran transit of passenger carrying passenger aircraft loi aircraft. Debate at the confer- 1 sites in Jordan and Egypt. cul- ence, ninning Sept. 8-23. will minaling in the destruction deal specifically with sab- near Cairo of a Bn-fiup 717 jura oteurs. bo jet. The conference is a direct fol- The 1CAO spokesman said low up of the June, cm- lhat the anti-sabotage rieclara- ergency assembly of ICAO's lion was not aimed pail iculaily member nations, which was at those countries involved in called al the request of ?I mem- Hie Middle Pnsi ranflif! ber countries, to lay the ground-, incidents of that sort had oc upcoming debates were not aimed at condemning hijack- ing. That was a different ares, which was dealt with last De- cember when a diplomatic con- ference drew up an anti-hijack- ing document, called The Hague Convention, which is currently ratified by TCAO's mem- ber countries. The Montreal conference will invrh the first lime in which lUlssian will be used as one of ttie languages of debate. The Soviet Union became ICAO's ]20th member nation last No- vember. Talks previously were held in Spanish, French and English. DOORWAY STIRS CONTROVERSY A london girl leaves the giant tiger's mouth en- trance of Ihe Tyger Tyger Boutique in Church Street, Kensington, one of tendon's more fashionable residential areas. Residents complained to authorities about the unusual architecture of the boutique as well as similar developments by business enterprises in the borough. Council decided Ilie decor would have lo go. COUGH'S AUTO BODY LTD. AUTO 206 lUli STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-5145 AFTER HOURS PHONE 328-9812 Cities to accommodate most of our population OTTAWA (CP) Canada Trill i up from 2M.OOO: Windsor. Onl., be almost So per cent urban by up from Winni- Ihe year 2001, with about 73 per] peg 1.CI3 million up from cent ol the people living in 12 Rcgina up from Calgary up from 371.000; Edmonton 1222 million, up from Van- eouver 2.431 million, up from million p o J i t a n To- AUDIT TECHNICIAN LOCAL CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT'S FIRM requirei AUDIT and ACCOUNTING PERSONNEL. Senior MolricU'lalion desirable but nol essential. Successful applicants must be interested in study and may enrol in Ihe following courses of in- structiom a. Certified General Accountant (5 years) b. Registered Industrial Accountant (5 years) c. Audit Technician (3 Apply in writing staling qualifier Box 42, Herald ronlo and esti- mates suggest a housing de- mand over the next 30 years amounting to over 2.5 million units, the sluch sav: ,hn llm hl.ghf K r rccc the land cosls. an major cities. Toronto, Montreal and Van- couver alone will account for j about 15 million Canadians, a government commisioned stu- dy predicts. The study, called The Urban Future, warns that the galloping growth rate will compound problems lhat already are "al- most unmanageable." It calls for immediate efforts I to work out urban policies to meet the problems. i "The longer the situation is j j p e r m i 11 e d to develop, Uie I The look into the urban future was prepared for Robert An- dras. minister of state for urban affairs, by A. Goracz, Invin Lithwick and L. 0. Stone. LISTS 12 CITIES It concentrates on the 12 larg- est Canadian cities, although admitting lhat such areas as Kilchener-Watcrioo in Ontario and Saskatoon likely will qualify as major urban centres by the end of Ihe century. It projects these city popula- tions by 2001: Quebec City 1.117 million, up lems. Ihe report says there iril he "an enormously expandet demand for private transit d overcome the increasingly dilfi cult problem of in the enlarged cities. "We foresee a great drain on municipal fiscal resources service these housing and trans "If we reslricl our porspec-; port requirements in terms o live to the three largest metro- both new capital outlays foi schools, sewers and roads and current outlays la mainlain the great expanded syslem. "The cost of land in Uie cen Ira! city will also rise, further squeezing Ihe urban poor. The Furthermore, of the required tnem these rapidly in New Yort Citv lodav the cost of a public pears to have been reached in Uie past few years, and the post-war baby boom now is leading to a lAajor increase in family households which will be particularly evident in the next decade." i Single family housing units re quire more land than multiple dwellings and this means space demands in the cities will be "extremely the report as much as in Canada. Most oi I his difference is attributable fo higher land costs and it is suggeslive of Ihe scale of Ihe problem with which we shall be faced.'' Legend savs Tincup, Colo., was so named because a miner onee brought a sample of gold- bearing sands (o an assaver in a tir. cup. WITNESS FOR CHRIST CRUSADE WITH HARVEY and BARBARA BILLOWS EVANGELIST and RECORDING ARTIST Come ond hear their unique ministry, mode up of fine Gospel music nnd the simple preaching of Hie word of God. This ministry is one involving fhe great nimy of Lny People in the church, in the ministry of personal soul winning. Barbara Billows has recently recorded o long play album and her music is sucli lliol it will touch the heart. Including contemporary Christian songs, hymns, ond gospel songs, which ore all grcally received by bdfh young and old alike. During the crusode meetings, Harvey Billow; prcsenls n soul winning training class., one half hour before each service. Don't miss the WITNESS FOR CHRIST CRUSADE AT THE DOWNTOWN GOSPEL CHURCH, THE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE at 520 7th Street South SEPTEMBER 3rd-4th-5fh Meetings Begin Tonight and Saturday nt p.m. Sunday at p.m. NEED MORE LAND Between 400 and 650 addi- tional square miles will have lo from 434.000 now: Montreal j be added fo Ihe land area of fi.374 million, up from 2.587 mil- i bolti Toronto and Montreal. Ihe report prcdicls. Vancouver would require an additional J2.rj to 250 square miles. The richest Canadian cily in 2001 will be Hamilton, the study says. Average income for each man, woman and child there will reach a year, about ice the present level. IxKjking at some of the proh- lion: Otliwa 1.616 million, up from C01.000; Toronto 6.510 mil- 'Jon, up from 2.G10 million; Hamilton 1.201 million, up from i 490.000.- London. Onl., 673.000, Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Ave. 5. Phone 328-5447 Sliow us. Show yourself. In llm Cjnadinn Armed Forces you'll have a ro.il opportunity (or modern Inlanliy Irnmmf) m n m.in s world ol aclion amrmn mm. Wn'ro interested in ynj and wo look alter you. You II gel experience and good pay. You'll enjoy the benefits of ?0 days ifldvR onch year. As woll as HIP opportunity to see new plarrx Militnry Oriroor Coun- sellor will qivR vnu nil Ilie de- Inii-- on the inlanliy mako yotu move. BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL 12 Noon 10 8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday Srpfomber 8 and 9, 1971 THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES work for establishing such document. CONDEMNED VIOLENCE The 91 nations attending Ihe June, 1970, assembly drew up what subsequently has become known as the Montreal Dec- laration, which: all acts of viol- ence which may be direct- ed against civil aircraft, crews and passengers engaged in. and against civil aviation personnel. civil airports and other facili- ties used by international civil air traasport; concerted action on the part of slates towards suppressing all acts which in other part.1; (he world. He also pointed out the ASPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP Construction Co. Lid SAND nnd GRAVEL FHONE 323-2702 327-3610 GRAVEL SALE! We tire overstocked on inch washed grovel. This gravel is excellent for roads, parking a real, elc. Reg Price cu. yd. SALE PRICE 51.95 V CU YD. TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL CO. Ph. 327-4280 Save 15J Sale of Cinderefia Wigs in a choice of two styles Reg. and 39" Buy your Cinderella wig now a! these low Eaton prices. Wash 'em, wear 'em, easy-io-look offer styles in 100Do Kanelcalon, So soft and natural looking. Comfortable sticlcli base. Chooss from a wide seleclion of colours. "HIS AND HER" WIG A greal summer look, for him or For her. Short and tapered. Neat hairdressing for aclive people, Reg. 35.00. Snle 20.00. LIONESS WIG Long, soft and very feminine. Just the right amount of curl for today's fashions. Reg. 39 95. Sale 24.95. Personal shopping only Wig Bar, Molr Flo EATON'S Shop-Tuesday 9 to Buy-Lino 32B-B8U. Store Closed Monricty, Labour Day, September 6th ;