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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Victims of crash identified INUVIK. N.W.T. bodies of four persons killed ir the crash of a light aircrafl just west of the Alaska-Yukor territory border were recovered Saturday. The dead were identified as pilot John Gabriel Gaudier. 34. of Inuvik: Don Doll. 23. ol Fairview. Alta.: James Dean Feist. 26. of Onoway. Alta.; and Albert Jackson, believed from the Yukon. The plane, a Cessna 185 owned by Aklavik Flying Ser- vices, crashed at the 3.500-foot level of the Whale Range about 30 miles south of the Arctic Coast. It had left Old Crow, Y.T., to take a wildlife count and was expected at Inuvik Friday. Wreckage of the aircraft was found Saturday after a search by eight private and five Canadian Forces aircraft. An armed forces spokesman said the plane apparently flew into a blind canyon. It burned after the crash. Accused man has cancer EDMONTON (CP) James Cameron, a retired 65- year-old electrician charged in connection with a bomb scare at the Edmonton Jour- nal building, failed to appear in provincial court for the se- cond consecutive week. Cameron is undergoing treatment for cancer and there was no indication when he would make his next appearance. GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET H L Pre. Lethbridge...... 64 Pincher Creek... 62 Medicine Hat 58 Edmonton 47 Jasper.......... 56 Banff........... 58 Red Deer....... 50 Coronation...... 46 Calgary......... 58 42 Prince Rupert... 63 Pcnticton....... (ifi Kamloops....... 73 Vancouver...... (53 Saskatoon....... 46 Regina 45 Winnipeg 47 Toronto......... 57 Ottawa......... 56 Montreal 56 Chicago 74 Los Angeles..... 74 Rome 79 Paris........... 63 London......... fil Berlin.......... 64 Amsterdam..... 55 Moscow 59 Stockholm 55 Tokyo......'. 68 FORECAST Lethbridge-Medicine Hat Regions: Today mostly sunny with one or two afternoon showers. Highs 60 to 65. Lows tonight near 40. Sunday cloudy 40 40 39 35 37 35 35 40 35 51 53 45 52 34 37 41 49 36 40 67 62 68 50 49 54 50 52 48 66 .05 .05 .04 .03 .46 .04 .08 .13 .16 .23 .53 .46 intervals. Brisk westerly winds by evening. Highs 60 to 65- Calgary Today early morning fog patches. Mainly sunny except for a few after- noon cloudy intervals with isolated showers. Highs 55 to 60. Lows tonight 35 to 40. Sun- day cloudy intervals. Winds becoming brisk northwesterly in the afternoon. Highs 55 to 60. Columbia Kootenay Region Today mainly cloudy. Periods of rain this afternoon and evening. Highs both days in the lower sixties. Lows tonight 45 to 50. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Increasing cloudiness today with few showers western mountains this afternoon. Cloudy east rain developing west tonight. Periods of rain west early Sunday spreading to eastern sections late Sun- day. Cooler Sunday. Highs to- day upper 60s. Lows tonight 40s. Highs Sunday 55 to 65. West of Continental Divide Rain developing today con- tinuing tonight decreasing late Sunday. Cooler Sunday. Highs today 60s. Lows tonight 10s. Highs Sunday mostly 50s. Thrifty Ritchie Waterers Electric heated waterers for cattle, hogs and sheep. Many sizes available at General Farm Supplies Coutte Highway-Box 1202-Phone 328-1141 Highway 1 reported bare Fort Macleod is in progress. and dry. All remaining highways are it ii i IK uiKi! vvav o Widening of one mile sec- in good driving condition. tion of Highway No. 3 east of POUTS 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. GREAT Saturday, September LETHBRIDGE Meet again after 29 years After 29 years Dr. Frank B. Small, left, pictured at his home in Calgary, Alta., Canada, and Joe Ganfield, right, of Redwood City, Calif., will meet again. Small was a German medic during the Second World War and fought off his own countrymen to save the life of Canfield, when the American was shot down over Ger- many. Canfield was a radio man and gunner aboard a B24 which was hit by anit-aircraft fire during a bombing raid over Munich. The two men plan to compare notes in an exchange of visits, with Small coming to Redwood City. Calif., first. MONDAY and TUESDAY September 24th and 25tti at CENTRE VILLAGE IGA AND MARTENS IGA COALDALE Until 6 p.m. Tues., Sept. 25th We reserve the right to limit quantities. there's MORE to love at NEW CAREER OPPORTUNITY! Thousands are earning good money in the fast-growing field of professional income tax service. The work is in- teresting and satisfying. And the demand for trained consultants is increasing each'year. Now. H R Canada's Largest Income Tax Serv- teach you their exclusive method of preparing :ncome tax returns, in a speciaMS' rweek tuition course. Suoervision by experienced Block instructors. Course covers current tax laws, theory, and application as practiced in H R Block offices from coast to coast. Features include: 27 3-hour sessions (2 per week) k j Choice of days and class times Diploma awarded upon graduation Job assistance available CLASSES START OCTOBER 3 FREE DELIVERY I WE HONOR All Competitors' Food Coupons ENROLL NOW! 815ThirdAve.S. Phone 327-3712 For Complete Details Write or Call LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY or COLLEGE Phone 327-2141 Please send me free information about the 1973 Block Income Tax Course. This is a request for informa- tion only and places me under no obligation to enroll. MINUTE POTATO STEAK CHIPS TABLERITE CANADA GRADE A STEER BEEF Ib. CLIP AND MAIL Weston's Wagon Wheels 21 00 AUCTION SALE Cake Mixes ALTA-FAB INDUSTRIES LTD. 410 9 Ave. Calgary, Alberta Pouch Pak Monarch 6 cz. Friday, Sept. a.m. I I Coffee The ALTA-FAB INDUSTRIES LTD. of Calgary are RETOOLING THEIR Machine and Welding shops and now have a amount of Machine Shop and Welding equipment that must be disposed of. We have been instructed by Mr. E. Parchewsky, the owner of the company, to sell by public Auction this large and valuable inventory, of which a partial list follows: Model-9-18-2000 Ager Lathe swing and 7' centre powered by 3 H.P. elec. motor; Butler Engine Lathe 27" and 48" swing and 10' centre; Canadian Machinery Co. Engine Lath 26" swing 6' centre 5 H.P.; Foster Machine Lthe 18" swing 12" stock cap 4 way Turrett 5 H.P. elec. motor; Brown and Sharp Milling Machine Milling table 3 H.P. 3 Phase; Ohio Tool Planer 26" x96" table 5 H.P. elec. power; 20" Jenkes Machinery Shaper Vise and Tool holders; 48" Miles Mach- inery Drill Press 5 H.P. power coupled drive through a transmission; 1" Drill Press H P elec. power; y2" Ashliner Drill Press VsH.P. elec. power- Norton Precision Grinder Machine 5 H.P. Rockwell Surface Grinder magnetic chuck; Wagner Bench Grinder H.P. elec. power- Pedestal Grinder 1 H.P. power; Rasmusseri Power Hacksaw; 48" Cut off Saw and Disk Grinder mounted on solid rubber transport wheels- Ivors Machine 100 ton Hydraulic Press width high powered by 10 H.P. Lincoln elec. motor- Sinks Portable Type 33 Compressor; F57 Westing- house Shop Compressor; Model 300 Clemco Sand Blaster: 210-C.F.M. Ingersoll-Rand Compressor Unit; 600 Amps Westinghouse Stationary Welder; 300 Amp Hobart Welder; 400 Amp. Lincoln Welder; 400 Amp Semi Automatic Lincoln Welder; 300 Amp Airco Portable Welder; 200 Amp Lincoln Portable Welder 200 Amp Lincoln Portable Welder; 1 set Futec- tic Spray Torch complete; 500 feet Welding Cable; selection ground clamps and holders assortment Welding rod; 4 sets Acetylene and Oxygen Gauges ft. of twin hoses and cutting torches; two ton Bantham hoists; Model 500 Miller Single Phase Welder; 400 Amp Airco Single Phase welder- Selection Welding lables, etc.; Walker Hydraulic Floor Jack; TWO Gantries for chain hoists; large selection machine and cutting tools for Milling Machine. Lathes, Drills, etc. Assorted Grinding stones; Sprokets, Gears and Wheels; Selection hiah speed drills; Reamers; Paint can and gun; Pipe Dies and Wrenches; Selection Hand Tools both power and manual; Quantity shafting material angle and channel iron, etc. etc. etc. I TRUCKS CARS ETC. I Krane-Kar-Mobile Crane wheels front and rear powered by four cylinder Buda Gasoline Engine- 1964 G.M.C. 1 ton truck, 700x18 rubber, Dual rears x60 combination fuel tank and Tool Box non- skid metal Bed and fenders over rear wheels condition good; 1973 Model F-250 ton Ford pick up approx. miles Condition new G-M-G- Vl tor> truck, Condition fair 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix Automobile, Condition SALE MANAGED CONDUCTED BY GALVIN AUCTION CO. LTD Mailing Addrets: 110 Wildwood Drive, S.W. Calgary, Alberta Phone 242-1595 253-0211 EARL GALVIN Auctioneer Lie. 10056 Cash in Bag) Blue Ribbon Regular Grind Ib. pkg. Margarine Cheez Whiz Harvest 3 Ib. pkg. Kraft Processed Cheese Spread 2 Ib. 1 .49 Soda Crackers Green Grapes Christies 2 Ib. pkg. Red Potatoes Canned Pop Calif. Canada No. 1-3 Ib. Local 20 Ib. bag 1 .69 RED LEAF 10 oz. Tins 1O 1 .00 (Plus Deposit) Tomatoes YORK CHOICE 19 fl. oz. tins 31 .00 GROUND TABLERITE CANADA GRADE A BEEF Ib. CENTRE VILLAGE IGA STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Tours, and Fri. 9 a.m.-9 FRESH FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY Soft Dinner Rolls ;