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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Birds fall dead in B.C. mystery PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. (CP) Birds continued to lall dead from the sky here Monday as wildlife experts tried lo figure out what killed hundreds of small birds late last week. Reports from as far away as 50 miles up the Skecna Iiiver from this northern Pacific coast city indicated that several large eagles, owls and had been killed. In Prince Rupert, most of the victims were warblers and thrushes. Seventy-five bird carcasses were sent to the federal agricul- ture department laboratory at Vancouver and 25 more to the provincial fish and wildlife lab at Victoria. But officials said it could be a week before the re- sults of tests are available. The number of birds affected Monday appeared 10 be smaller than the toll last week. Residents first noticed birds flying erratically, crashing in'.n windows and simply dropping dead on Thursday. Many of the victims appeared lo have lost icalherr. and had red patches on their skins. Conservationist Andy Acker- man said that while the cause of the deaths was not known, "we are quite sure it has some- thing to do with their nervous systems." He said some af- fected birds which had not been killed outright were unable to fly or walk. Investigators noted Uiat a heavy fog hung over the area Wednesday, the day before the first deaths were noticed. New Brunswick prospects dim POLICEMAN KILLED KCAIP Constable II. S. Selgel, 28 ,was shot and killed dnr- ing a 12-hour scige in He des Chencs, Alan., a village 20 miles south of Winnipeg. FHEDEHICTON (CP) More than 40 per cent of New Brunswick residents live at or below the poverty line and, without, major change in gov- ernment altitudes and struc- tures, face dim prospects lor the future. Tliis message is contained in a 268-page report to the New Brunswick government by an ]l-member task force on social dc-velopinent and social welfare. The report, released at a news conference here bv task force co-chairmen Dean II. L. Nutter ofFredericton and Emery Leblanc of .Moncton, makes 227 specific recommen- dations for improvement in edu- cation, health, welfare, social and economic development. The proposals are based on months of research and stacks paper on social development and social welfare tabled in the legislature by Hie government of former Premier Louis J. Robichaud in 1970. The task force also was to recommend "broad guidelines" that would help the govcrnmenl define fu- ture priorities in the field. The report says alleviation of poverty cannot occur without major changes in orientation by a 11 government departments and agencies involved in social and economic programs. While reluctant lo list prob- lems in order of priority, the re- port says the basic needs ol the food, clothing 43.7 tons, and be met in a precondition for any effective social development program. There must also be deep-! rooted change in the educational j Japan fires third space satellite UCHINOURA (AP) Japan placed its third space satellite into earth orbit today. Scientists at Japan's space centre at Uchinoura announced their mission was successful alter the satellite completed its first orbit at a.m. EDT. The 143-pound satellite, filled with sensitive space-measuring scientific equipment, was car- ried into space aboard a four- stage rocket. The Japanese-made rocket measured 77 feet and weighed Tueiday, September II, 1971 THE LETHBRIDCB HERAtD 23 Canada-based television makers get break OTTAWA (CP) A ruling Monday by a federal tribunal effectively raises the prices of some imported television sets by one-third end gives Canadi- a n -b a s e d makers un easier crack at Ins market for me- dium-sized sets. The federal anti-dumping tri- huna] ruled thai sets with 12- inch screens or bigger from most exporters of Japan and Taiwan had injured Canadian manufacturers. Sony Corp. and Sharp Corp. of Japan were exempted from the ruling. In the case of other makes, the tribunal conceded that it en- countered difficulty establishing with precision the degree of damage lo Canadian production and employment. Nevertheless the three-man tribunal, headed by W. W. Buchanan, former tariff-board member, decided that the im- ports were injurious. The tribunal thereby rein- forced a June 30 finding by cus- toms officials that such sets had been imported at prices below fair-market value in the country of origin and should be subject to a special import levy, Inves- started last November. The special anti-dumping levy, which ranges up to 33 per cent, was imposed provisionally pending the; outcome of Uio tri- bunal inquiry into whether the dumping had injured Canadian manufacturing. With the special import levy confirmed, Canadian importers are also on notice that future imports in the specified cate- gory must carry price tags judged by customs authorities to be fair-market values. AFFECTS SOME The provisional anti-dumping ruling had applied to all sets of screen sizes eight inches or more. The tribunal, however, exempted from its ruling sets between eight and 12 inches, a range Canadian manufacturers are not worried about. Set sizes are the diagonal measurement of the TV screen from corner to beneficiaries of the tribunal rul- corner. RCA, Canadian Westing- Eight companies arc potential I house, Fleelwood, Canadian Air Idjack story tall one OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) A student pilot reported he was kidnapped in his small private plane by an abductor who para- chuted from the craft as they new aver Oklahoma early today. An PDI agent said "there is some reason for doubting his story." Leroy Savage, 27, of Green- wood, Ark., radioed Oklahoma air traffic facilities shortly after midnight Monday night that he was being hijacked in his Cessna-150. He said he had no night flying experience and was no: sure of his location. Another plane in the air picked up the calls and came to Savage's assistance. A spokes- man for the Tulsa flight com- munication centre monitoring the conversation sad the second plane helped talk Savage down for a safe landing here at about a.m. Before landing, Savage ra- dioed that his abductor had bailed out over McAlester, Okla He said his abductor had wanted him to fly to Mexico. The FBI here said Savage in- sisted he had been hijacked, but said he had been "hitting a few bars in Fort Smith (Ak.) be- fore he took off." GREAT SUCCESS RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) Education officials report adulls have been taught to read and write in the first year of Brazil's nationwide liter- acy program. General Electric, Admiral, Pliil- co-Ford, subsidiar- ies of foreign Elcclrohome. The tribunal said the annual Canadian market for TV sets of all kinds declined from a high mark nf sets in 1855 lo in then rose to about (wo ago cs families began equipping with second sets and adding color. Before I9C3, imports were an insignificant factor because ol patent protection. But as main patents expired, imports rose lo sets in 40 per cent of the Japan and Taiwan together supplying of them. In the same period, unit sales of Canadian-based makers grew insignificantly. However, in terms of dollar participation in the market, (he picture is not so gloomy as the balk figures on units would sug- gest because Canadian factories dominate in high-priced color sets. The task force was set up to English and French languages, "initiate a dialogue" on a white I the report says. Showery weather delays harvest Falls lo death in rail shop CALGARY (CP) Ale Die.ll, 42. of Calgary was kille when he apparently lost hi footing and fell 12 feet onto hard floor while working at th Canadian Pacific Railwa maintenance shop. CALGARY (CP) Cool, showery weather limiled har- vest operations in Alberta last week, the Alberta Wheat Pool said here in its weekly crop re- port. The pool said some threshing got under way toward the week- end but was again halted by TODAY ihis men's lur- fleneck Tycoio kn.'f shirf is 8.95. Thursday at Ealon's it will be 5.99 It's No. 1 in a lalcil of 600 outstanding first-day buys in EATON'S Thursday, Sept. 30 to Saturday, Oct. 2 Look for nil finl. day offerings in the 18. pnge solo flier deliver- ed lo your homo in Wodnoidny'l rain and snow last Saturday. About three days of good weather are needed to com- plete the entire harvest in the i south. In central and northern areas, at least another week to two weeks of good weather is required to get (lie crops into the bin. Provincially, just over 78 per cent of the wheat, oats, barley and rapeseed now has been threshed. This is a gain of 10 per cent for (he ntek and com- pares favorably with harvest- ing progress at Ihis lime last 3-car. The pool said threshing is continuing this week as farm- ers are unwilling lo take the risk of waiting for belter wea- ther. From now on much of the liaj-vesl will be threshed lougli ami some grade deterioration will be evident. Current yield estimates plwe wheat at 25.2 bushels an acre, barley 3G.2 bushels and rape- seed 15.8 bushels an acre. Relax tariffs TOKYO (neuter) The Jap anese cabinet formally proved Tuesday a plan to libe alize the imports of 20 items, in eluding livestock and some elec Ironic equipment, starting Oct 1, a cabinet spokesman an nounced. The measure will re duce the number of items on Ja pan's import restriction list Contract cancelled EDMONTON (CP) A contra :l with a Calgary engin- eering consultant to investi- gate the construction inspec- tion branch has been cancelled, Public Works Minister Dr. Win- ston Backus said here. Dr. llackus said Ihc contract with Dr. John Duby appoint- ed by the former Scial Credit government will be termi- nated Oct. 27 because the in- vestigation was "not going to be especially advantageous" lo the new progressive conserva- tive govcrnmenl. Dr. Duby was lo receive in four qunrlcrly inslall- menls lo cvalualc Ihc branch and compare its operation with private agencies and study its conllact administration mcth-' ods. Dr. Duckus said W. A, Saw- ders, the new public works de- puty minister, is doing a good joh of assessing (he depart- ment's operation on a wider scale, Break up gang TOKYO (Renter) Police said Tuesd.iy Ihcy had broken nj) a gam; of 111 high school girls who were arrcsled on sus- picion of theft, nssmilt and bnl- lery, Your Druggists in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta LETHBRIDGE Thriftway Drugs 702 13th Street Noilh Phono 327-0340 McCaffrey's Drug Store 418 13lh Street North Phone 327-2205 BLAIRMORE Michael Finn Pharmacy Phone 562-2192 CARDSTON Temple Cily Drugs 271 Main Street Phong 453OB42 :LARESHOLM Claresholm Pharmacy 4921 1st Street Phone 235-3050 COALDALE Coaldale Pharmacy 1721 20th Avenue Phone 345-3277 FORT MACLEOD Price's Rexall Drug 206 24lh Street Phono 234-3093 ABER Johnson's Taber Drug Store 5314 48lh Phono 223-2233 VULCAN Mitchell's Pharmacy Phone 411-2011 Vulcan Pharmacy Fnone 485-2432 PRICES EFFECTIVE ALL WEEK SEPTEMBER 27th to OCTOBER 2nd. We Reserve the Rinlil to Limit Qraiiitics POLY-HOUSE HEAVY DUTY, LAWN and UTILITY GARBAGE BAGS GILLETTE PLUS BLADES 10'i .29 CONTORTS: BOUHFIEESHAMPOO.ioi. "K1NDNISS" ,t INO, FOIL WRAITID, lo'i COXICIDIN FACIAL TISSUE, Potkil PLASTIC JUICE DECANTER, 64 cz. ANTlPHLOCIITlNt RUB, V. a. IDA, TABLE NAPKIHS.tO'i MNArCN CREAM, j a. IUFFEMH, NEW! CHEEKYCHOPS A SflCK FOR CHEEK AND UPS BRYLCRFEM ONE-A-DAY BRAND MULTIPLE VITAMINS SUGG. 11ST 3.73 WILKINSON SWORD BONDED" RAZOR WAMPOLE MAGN01AX ONE-A-BAY BRAND MULTIPLE VITAMINS PLUS IRON SUGG. LIST 4.75 in plastic travel case including i dispenser ol 5 blades. FRESHABYES I's NEWBORN 1.49 MEDIUM 1.69 TODDLERS 1.189 HeWI LADY PATRICIA PROTEIN HAIR SPRAY DELSEY TOILET TISSUE PAIN? C-2itwith C-2 Tablets Ws "CHOCKS" FRUIT FLAVOURED MUITIPIE VITAMINS Ws SUGG. tIST "FLINTST0KES1 HUDNUT SHAMPOOS RINSES NEW e ot PLASTIC Borrtt EGGCREME-OTIY: MODESS FEMININE NAPKINS REGULAR ARRID "EXTRA Dflr ANTI-PERSPIRANT REGULAR m UNSCtHKD JtMOBEDFFED J.I Ik FaTM To 0161k SUGG. 1IST 1.59 JOHNSON'S BABY SHAMPOO SUGG. LIST 1.39 PALS CHEWABLE MULTIPLE VITAMIN TABLETS FUlhorWnfllHDN "LADY LOVE" FITS ALL PANTI-HOSE CURITY BABV OIL S ai. BOTTLE SPECIAL SPECIAL LIST 1.0C FACIAl TISSUES WHIIE-ZDOiZPLY IN f DP-HP BOX SUGG. UST 2 BOXES FOR lie D.T.C. CHEWABtE. WHITE VITAMIN C TABLETS PIASTIC STRIPS FAMILY SIZE 60's SYLVANIA RASHCUBES SYLVANIA FLASHBULBS BAN "SUPER-DRY" ROLL-ONS rot msi msmno noti-tn CAUM 89e IDAVITE CAPSULES MULTIPLE VITAMINS MINERALS ;