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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Kptambtr II, TH1 IKTHMID01 HKAID 23 Professor denied bail EDMONTON (CP) Keith E. Latta, a law professor at Queen's Uriiversity in Kingston, Ont., charged with non capital murder of travel agent Bob Neville, has been denied bail. Mr. Justice M. E. Manning of Alberta Supreme Court refused bail after an 90 minute hear- ing Friday. Latta, 43, was on bail prior to bis preliminary hearing ear- lier this week, but on being committed to stand trial the was returned and bail discontinued U.S. tax hits Alberta EDMONTON (CP) The On-1 radian government must con- tinue efforts to have the United States' surcharge on imported products removed, says Alberta agriculture minister Hugh Hor- ner. "Grants that have been given to lessen the effects of the sur- charge on other industry should be applied also to Dr. Homer said in a prepared statement. "The surcharge serves to stress the importance of developing trade with other countries, including Japan and the Common Market coun- tries. said an estimated 08 per I by the U.S. legislation which urtax on P cent rf Altetrt agrtaUbl which make up about a quarter of Canada's agricul- tural total-would be affected Await fenden CBANBROOK Tenders for the Cranbrook Pro- jects Society's heated in-door swimming pool close at the architect's office here Sept. 29 and if bids are in reasonable range of the available the pool might be operating by early 1972. WINS DUNLOP FORD PINTO CONTEST uy ine u.o. imposed a 10-per-cent surtax on imports. SERIOUSLY HIT "Fresh, frozen and chilled pork are the Alberta that would be most seriously hit Of the million worth ex- ported to the U.S. last year, Alberta accounted for 'approxi- mately 62 per cent. "If the import surcharge is imposed for 90 days and the ef- fect is a drop in domestic prices of two cents a pound, net re- turns to Alberta producers will be lowered by about mil- lion. This assumes hogs are marketed at 160 pounds dressed weight." Dr. Homer said other affect- ed commodities include cattle weighing not more than 700 pounds, red and sweet clover seed, creeping red fescue seed, peat moss, barley and mustard seed. L Alberta usually exports about million worth of cattle, about 35 per cent of the Canadian total; million worth of red clover seed; worth of sweet dover seed; million worth of fescue seed; million worth of peat moss; 48 per cent of Canada's million worth of barley; and 50 per cent of Canada's mustard seed crop. Pictured above receiving the keys to hi. new 1971 Pinto from Mr. Lyndon Foster, genera safes manager of Dunlop Ford, Is Mr. R. W. Dash of 1314 Avenue South Lethbridge. Mr. Dash was the big winner of the recent P.nto Contest conducted by Dunlop Ford. Dunlop Ford extends sincere congratulations to Mr. Dash and the very best in motoring pleasure. Mayer Magrath Drive and YOUR TOTAl TRANSPORTATION CENTRE t 16lh Avenin S. Phone 328-8861 DIRTY FURNACE FILTERS WILL ROB YOUR HOME OF HEAT THIS WINTER! These illustrations show the importance of keeping filters clean. CLEAN FILTER DIRTY FILTER Cl.an furnace lilt.rt fimcllon correct, .How Clogged furnace litters reduce Ihe flow of warm Hit pat-age "I warn Th> hcal homt Your (urnac. workt .Illcianlly, you git lulling ol the furnace, which could nun III moit Iron, th. natur.1 you .r. burning. damage, and entail expensu. repair.. HERE IS YOUR SEVEN-POINT HEATING SYSTEM CHECK LIST 1. MOST FILTERS are of the disposable type. Remove them and you'll tind that you con clean them by a good shaking; or use your vacuum cleaner. If they obviously need replacing you can ob- tain proper-sized tillers nt hardware or department stores or from your local heating contractor. Permanent-type fil- ters (Metallic Filters) should be cleaned and re-oiled as required. Z. AT LEAST TWICE A YEAR your furnace filters should be checked and cleaned. This can be a "do-it-yoursolf" project for the nvorage homeowner. If you pre- fer, call your heating contractor, plum- ber or furnace serviceman and arrango for a complete healing system check- over. 3. FURNACE MOTOR AND FAN bearings should be lubricated to the manufac- turer's instructions. 4. FURNACE VENTS should be free of any blockage and checked for state of repair. 5. REGISTERS should bo cleaned of dust and foreign objects. 6. LOOSE-FITTING DOORS and windows result In an overall loss of heat. Appli- cation of weather stripping will prevent this. But don't turn your house Into a "sealed Somo fresh air Inlets are important to health and safety. 7. FURNITURE should be placed so that hot or cold air registers are not ob- structed. cancomuuesTern naiuraLoas ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY Bourrct, 52, direc- tor of the Social Credit in- formation bureau in Ottawa, .has announced he will run for party leader during the- leadership convention to be held In Hull, Oct. 8-10. U.S. market incorporates NEW YORK (AP) The American Stock Exchange an- nounced today it was incorpo- rating as a non-profit organiza- tion. The exchange's regular mem- bership already has approved constitutional amendments for the move. The Amex said incorporation became practical with a basic revision of New York state's membership corporation law, in the adoption of the New York not-for-profit corporation law last September. The new law allows profes- sional, commercial, industrial, trar1' or service organizations to incorporate If organized for a purpose other than profit or fin- ancial gam. A spokesman for the Amex said incorporation is a more ef- ficient form of business organi- zation for the exchange and per- mits a clearer definition of re- sponsibilities. RUSSIAN FINED ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Reu Bandages destroyed BRANTFORD, Ont. (CP) More than bandages placed under seal at Texpack Ltd. in July were destroyed by the company Wednesday. Ken Dafoe, general manager of the plant, said Thursday night he sought and received >ermission to burn the band- jges, valued at from John Bee, an official of the fed- a-al Food and Drug Directorate. The directorate ordered boxes containing the bandages sealed preventing shipment following charges by the striking Cana- dian Textile and Chemical Union that the bandages were surplus United States army bandages, repacked and sold by Safety Supply Company. Some were dated 1942, the union claimed. "Mr. Dafoe said: "We just wanted to get rid of them." He said tests being conductec on the bandages by the Food and Drug Directorate had ap- parently not been completed. The directorate said two months ago that it would con- duct an investigation in the union statements. FLOAT DINAR ALGIERS (Router) Algeria announced yesterday that the (UHUKAlrt, rtiasna IJWTU ten _ Vyacheslav dinar would float in relation to capUUi of the Russian fishing the United States dollar, but vessel Vodolaz, has been fined that its parity against the 000 for violating the U.S. 12- French franc would be mam- mile territorial fishing zone, tauied.__________________ companv urnieD Albertans since 1912. ABOARD THE GREENPEACE The 12-mon Green- peace misison expects to arrive Sunday at Amchitka Island, site of the proposed U.S. five-megaton nuclear test. In foreground is Jim Bohlen, one of the founders of the Don't Make a Wave Committee, which is behind the Green- peace; Terry Simmons, ship's lawyer; and Vancouver Sun columnist Bob Hunter. Photo was taken as ship travelled through Dixon Entrance at the north end of the Queen Charlotte Islands. M INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON S07A 7th STREET SOUTH Opportunities for Adults At Lethbridge Community College COURSES UPGRADING Basic English STARTINO DATI JSSSS BUSINESS EDUCATION COURSES Accounting BE 171 72 September TOlh SeJSer C..HC TypU, Computers-and How They Are Und Typing Theory and Practice Accounting BE 171 Business Law BE 166 Economics BE EFfffhveENSpitin9 EN "yn Sociology BE 170 Accounting BE Accounting BE Automated Data Proc. BE Management Accounting BE Marketing Management BE Organizational Behavior BE Personnel Administration BE Managerial Statistics BE Basic Principle, of Supervisory Monagemenf Supervisory Management Part ll-leadership Skills r The Art of Window and Store Interior Merchandising Effective Supervision Administration Effective Supervision Communications..... Effective Supervision Human Relations November 9th January llth February 15th March 21st January 15th October 12th January llth September 28th September 27th September 29th September 21st October 4th January 15th January 10th October 7th January 15th October 13th September 29th January 20th September 27th January 18th October 6th January 17th Personnel GENERAL INTEREST PROGRAM January 12th September 27th January 17th September 28th January 17th FH 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 35.00 35.00 15.00 15.00 10.00 10.00 22.50 30.00 30.00 20.00 35.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 70.00 30.00 35.00 20.00 30.00 30.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 40.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 20.00 20.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 LANGUAGES Conversational 1 -level 2 -level 3 -level 4.......... Conversational Spanish INTEREST Painting and Drawing...................... Beginner. Photography..................... Creative Decorations Communications-Practice and Theory......... Psychology for Personal Growth and Development Bridge Hairstyllng Course for Women............... A Study of the World Radio and TV Programming......... Defensive Driving-Section A -Section B C Beginners Knitting and Crocheting Charm Course for Teenagers......... Bookbinding Cake and Pastry Decorating Car Owners Course for Women....... September 27th September 28th September 27th September 28th October 5th October 4th October 6th October 5th October 6th September 21st October 6th October 4th October 4lh October 12th en- October 14th October 21st October 12th September 15th October 14th November 9th September 27th October 13th October 4th October 18th October 4th 35.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 20.00 20.00 17.50 15.00 40.00 20.00 15.00 15.00 10.00 10.00 8.00 12.50 8.00 8.00 8.00 20.00 12.00 25.00 10.00 17.50 SEWING PROGRAM Beginners A October 6th October 17.50 17.50 15.00 25.00 10.00 10.00 15.00 per couple 20.00 50.00 50.00 60.00 45.00 35.00 35.00 45.00 40.00 15.00 35.00 20.00 10.00 20.00 75.00 30.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 October October PHYSICAL EDUCATION c fu" n n.Cm" October January Real Estate Year 1 -Year II TECHNICAL October 12th October 14th September Masonry for the Handyman Automotives for the Handyman Power Engineering 3rd Class Power Engineering 4th Class AGRICULTURAL PROGRAM Farm Accounting and Finance 13th October 6th October 6th ___ October 1 2th November 16th November Sheep Production and Mgment November LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COllEOI SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION IFTHBRIDGE, AlBERTA Please register me in the following DATE COURSE BEGINS FEE ;