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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Doctor supervision required MONTREAL (CP) The "peeling process" used in skin treatment should be supervis- ed by doctors. Dr. Augustin Roy, an executive of the Quebec College of Physicians and Surgeons, said Thursday at a coroner's inquest into the death of Antoinette Cere. Miss Cere. 21, died July 13 after being treated for acne in a downtown skin clinic owned by Mr. and Mrs. Andre Marois. Dr. Roy told Coroner Alban Flamand medication has to be given to help ease the pain of the treatment and "use of medication automatically makes it a medical procedure." Another witness at the in- quest, dermatologist Dr. Ni- colas Panaccio of Hotel Dieu Hospital called the treatment offered by Mr. and Mrs. Marois dangerous. GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET H Lethbridge.....40 Medicine Hat 44 Pincher Creek... 37 Edmonton 46 Grande Prairie 53 Banff........... 38 Calgary......... 39 Victoria 66 Prince Rupert... 67 Penticton....... 67 Kamloops....... 68 Vancouver...... 67 Saskatoon....... 46 Regina 44 Winnipeg 49 Toronto......... 72 Ottawa 68 Montreal 65 Chicago 76 Minneapolis..... 66 Los Angeles 71 Rome 84 Paris........... 79 London......... 72 57 Berlin.......... 70 45 Amsterdam..... 55 50 Moscow 52 36 Stockholm 57 45 Tokyo.......... 79 64 FORECAST Lethbridge, Medicine regions: Today cloudy. A few light flurries. Clearing during the afternoon. Highs 45 to 50. Hat Sunday mainly sunny. Lows 25 to 30. Highs near 60. Calgary region: Today cloudy clearing during the morning. Highs 50 to 55. Sun- day mainly sunny. Lows near 30.' High near 60.' Columbia, Kootenay region: Today and Sunday mostly sun- ny. Warmer. Highs in the six- ties today and 65 to the lower seventies Sunday. Overnight lows near 32. MONTANA East of Continental Divide: Travellers advisory this morning for higher mountain passes west and south. Snow decreasing southeast ending northwest today and all sec- tions tonight. Cold tonight with freezing temperatures. Partly cloudy and warmer Sunday. Highs today 40s. Lows tonight 25 to 35. Highs Sunday 45 to 55. West of Continental Divide: Travellers advisory this morning for higher mountain passes along continental divide. Widely scattered snow showers mostly south and con- tinued cold today. Clearing with freezing temperatures tonight. Partly cloudy and warmer Sunday. Highs today 45 to 55. Lows tonight 25 to 35. Highs Sunday 50 to 60. SIOUX HOG FEEDERS Only Sioux have white dome lids, Guaranteed for 15 years. 100 bus. capacity with 12 lids. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1141 Highway 1 reported bare and dry. Widening of one mile sec- tion of Highway No. 3 east of Fort Macleod is in progress: All remaining highways are in good driving condition. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Aden 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Carway 6 a.m. to midnight; Chief Mountain 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Coutts 24 hours; Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Kingsgate 24 hours: Porthill Rykerts 8 a.m. to midnight: Wild Horse 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Logan Pass 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Open June 1. Rooseville 8 a.m. to midnight. Home James It took a iitiie effort, but now that Scooter has learned to balance himself on the handlebars of Brent Anderson's bike, he lets his owner drive him around Moose Jaw, Sask. Why walk when you can ride. Dairy prices climb EDMONTON (CP) Price increases for cream, eggnog, cottage cheese and yogurt will accompany an increase approved for rnilk by Alber- ta's Public Utilities Board last week. As a result of the five-cent- a-quart increase, effective Saturday, homogenized milk will cost 38 cents, two-per- cent milk 36 cents, skim milk 32 cents, chocolate milk 33 cents and buttermilk 41 cents. Cereal cream will jump to 75 cents a quart from 67 cents and whipping cream will cost a quart, up from The price of eggnog becomes 90 cents a quart, an increase of eight cents. Silverwood Dairies Ltd. Monday raised the price of an eight-ounce container of yogurt to 30 cents from 28 cents, a pound of creamed cot- tage cheese to 49 cents from 45 cents and a half-pint of salad cream to 40 from 36 cents. Morgan Carr, Silverwobd's wholesale manager, said the increases were necessary to catch up to a milk price increase awarded in January. Northern Alberta Dairy Pool raised prices Wednesday about five per cent on cottage cheese and yogurt and 10 per cent on novelty items such as ice cream bars, said general manager Bill McBride. The cost of ice cream will probably also rise, said Mr. McBride, because of board approval of a 25-cent increase in the price paid to producers for No. 3 milk used in making milk powder. Still to be considered by the board is a request from dairies for a further 1.5-cent- a-quart milk increase. Edmonton lawyer new judge OTTAWA (CP) J. B. Feehan, 44. of Edmonton, has been appointed a judge of the District Court of Northern Alberta, the justice depart- ment announced Friday. Mr. Feehan, former head of the Feehan and Remesz law firm in Edmonton, fills one of two positions of judge created to serve the northern district. OOOgov't workers get raise EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta government's 600 maintenance workers have been granted a six-per-cent minimum wage increase for 1973. and a further 5.75-per- cent increase for 1974. An arbitration board award handed down today boosted the minimum increase from the 3.5-per-cent increase for each year announced in March when contract settlements were reached for government employees. The new contract results in a minimum wage and maximum Corps finds work for EDMONTON (CP) The Canadian Corps of Com- missionaires, a federation which has found work for about 10.000 ex-service per- sonnel, held its 38th annual meeting here. A corps spokesman reported the total billing for the year ended March 31, 1973, was more than million, up million from last year. The increase was attributed partly to the addition of the British Columbia Corps to the national organization. Canadian eguipnient found in wreckage Plane parts not sold to Portugal OTTAWA (CP) Canadian aircraft parts found in the wreckage of a Portuguese jet fighter shot down over a Portuguese African colony were not sold directly to Por- tugal, company officials say. The Southern Africa In- formation Group, an Ottawa organization, says in a press release that parts made by Computing Devices of Canada Ltd. and by Aviation Electric Ltd., Canada, were found in the area of Guinea-Bissau where the fighter crashed last spring. External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp has said that evidence that Canadian equip- ment is used by Portugal in its colonial wars would cause the government to reconsider its arms selling policy toward Portugal. Under current rules. Cana- dian .firms may sell military equipment to Portugal only for use under NATO, in which both are members. Jack Warner, in charge of European sales for Computing Devices, confirms that his company has sold navigation components for the Fiat-G9i tighter type shot down in Africa. But he said the sales were made about 1960 and went directly to the Italian manufacturer. He said some of those planes were sold by Italv to Turkey. Turkey then sold them to West Germany, which sold them to Portugal. SOLD NOTHING An Aviation Electric official in Montreal said his company has "no history of anything sold to Fiat or to the Por- tuguese government." But Aviation Electric com- ponents could have been sold to any of the other countries involved in the aircraft whoever bought the equip- ment from the Montreal firm. The Southern Africa In- formation Group gave detail- ed serial and part the Canadian equipment found in the crash. Evan Godt. a spokesman for the group, says the parts were identified by Richard Lobban of Providence. R.I., a member of one of many groups in North America and Europe pressing for independence of the Portu- guese colonies. Mr. Godt conceded that there is no information in- dicating the parts were sold directly by Canadian firms to Portugal. An official of the trade de- partment's export and import permits branch said trip department now requires foreign buyers to consult Ot- tawa before reselling military equipment bought in Canada. But when the components found in the crash were sold to foreigners, there is no such regulation, he said. West Germany, which ap- parently sold the Fiat jets to Portugal, has been involved in Canadian arms deals displeas- ing to the government in the past. It sold about 90 Canadian Sabre jets to Iran in 1966, with government approval. But the jets later appeared in Pakistan, where they were said to have operated in the 1971 civil war of Bangladesh. a: DID WE MISS YOU? ANNUAL Apple Drive Help the Kiwanis Clubs of Lethbridge further their work in the community Buy a basket of fancy Mclntosh apples from a Kiwanian when he calls. If you were missed please phone 328-1705 100 years First there was the land. And then there was a man. This is part of Alberta. A very important part. But next year all of Alberta and its people can join in and celebrate one hundred years of pride in their province. From our proud post, the promise of our future ;