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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE UTHBR1DGE HERALD Thursday, April 5, Vehicle testing ftlwins go-ahead NATAL (HNS) The Ea4 Kootenay will eventually have a motor vehicle testing station. The Union Board of Health had written the attorney-gen- eral asking that a station be bet up in the area. The board wants to reduce accideits re- lating to poor mechanical con- dition of vehicles. The attorne; general re- plied: "The speed with which the program can be developed to provide this service for the whole province depends upon the availability of funds. In any I want to assure you that the government is going ahead with the program, and whilst I cannot tell you when it will be available in the Cran- brook-Kimberley area, I assure FOWLERS tilucrcr CONFIDENTIALLY VOURS_ Barbara fBrniT TORONTO. April 5th I've talked with jnany seasoned travellers----- and they agree changes m climate, food.' and water or just nervous excite- ment often cause nausea, cramps and diarrhea. But they've found, as I have, that DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY does bring quick, gentle relief. You see, Dr. Fowler's is formulated from roots and herbs, is non-consti- pating and, in fact, has proven effective for over 6 generations of Canadians. So whether your plans include travelling afar or enjoying your home or cottage always be sure to keep pleasant tasting Dr. Fowler's Extract on hand. Cut grapefruits in. half. On each half put 2 tsps. "brown sugar, tsp. Angostura, tblsp. melted "butter. BroiL WISH THAT EVERY ONE WHO SUFFERS from chronic bron- chial or asthmatic attacks would learn about the quick relief which is brought by RAZ-MAH This note of satisfaction is just an- other among the many from bronchial suf- ferers to whom Templeton's RAZ-MAH has brought comforting relief from these har- assing ailments. If you find that you often gasp for breath, wheeze and cough with bronchial or asthmatic attacks, I suggest you seek the quick and longed-for release offered by Baz-Mah Capsules. Remember, Raz-Mah has brought comforting relief to thousands. You'll izad Templeton's Raz-Mah at your neighbourhood drugstore. you that this is an area which will ultimately be provided with motor vehicle inspection ser vice." The report goes on to say that in 1971 in the East Koo- tenay, there were nine acci- dents in which a total of 15 per- sons were killed. In two of these accidents, the blood alcohol of the drivers was .3 per cent and .22 per cent re- spectively. During this time, 25 drivers were charged with drinking and driving offences. In the first four months of 1972, 70 parsons were charged with such offences. I District News I In Brief 58 newborn MAGRATH (HNS) The M a g r a t h Municipal Hospital birth rate is steady with 58 in each of the last two years, ad- ministrator Gerald Leishman told the annual town meeting. A total of 54 patients were admitted for a total of pa- tient days. T h e r e are 22 full-time staff and eight part-time employees. Expenses are up nine per cent. Creditation has been renew- ed. Mayor Tanner commended "the smallest accredited hospi- tal in Alberta "for its con- tinued achievement. DICK LEAVES NATAL (HNS) John Dick, Kaiser Resource's reclamation officer at the company's Elk Valley operations since 1971, will be leaving soon to take a post as assistant to the chief inspector of mines in the field of reclamation at mining opera- tions in B.C. WINS EVENTS COWLEY (HNS) Johnson Brothers Sawmills of Cowley entered six rinks in the recent annual Lumbermen's Bonspiel at Creston, B.C. The Russ Rowledge rink came home with first prize in the C event while the Dieter Sauerwien rink took first place in the D event. 324 13th STREET NORTH NORTH LETHBRIDGE "YOUR PRO STORE FOR HARD-TO-FIND HARDWARE" PHONE 328-4441 POINTS THE WAY TO GREAT SAVINGS ON THESE TIMELY PRICED ITEMS TORQ LAWN MOWERS Our experienced salesmen are here to advise and discuss your requirements. We will take your Old Mower on Trade! Shop Hoyfs for your FERTILIZER NEEDS We eorry a complete stock of fertilizer by Elephant Brand Vigoro Green Cross For garden, sfirubs, trees, flowers and TORQ LAWN MOWERS 139-95 Priced from Only -We are offering HIGHEST TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES for your old mowers on Toro'i New Whirlwind and Guardian rotary lawn into now and inspect this popular and proven quality line of lawn These mowers a combination of performance, safety and convenient features no other mower [tn BUILDING A FENCE? Paint it with PENNANT PERMANENT EXTERIOR HOUSE AND FENCE PAINT PENNANT EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINT WHITE ONLY 3.98 GALLONS ONLY................ PER GAU PENNANT RED BARN PAINT GALLONS ONIY GAU 4.98 NORTH UTHBRIDGE "Your Store for Hard-To-Find Hardware" 324 13th Street North Phone 328-4441 Scouting CA. Wteekes I CPRING hss been busy springing as s o m e of you with a gardening urge may know. Some of you, for your gar- dening badges or with an in- terest in flowers, have al- ready found the joy of plant- ing bulbs. Perhaps you grew them indoors or else had them outdoors. Garden crocuses are in bloom here as are scyllas and snowdrops. Daffodils are shooting up and a few tulips and narcis- sus. If our weather continues mild you will really see the results of being a gardener. A bit of garden that doss not have to be dug up imme- diately can bs used for another outdoor surprise. Scatter Shirley poppy seed, especially along a fence-edge, flower bed, or perhaps lark- spur or delphinium seed. It so happens that these will grow fast undeterred by spells of inclement weather. Try it and see. Surprise yourself and your parents. We have on hand a short, friendly greeting from Ex- ecutive Director Donald Dick. He was writing about Sylvan Lake and more par- ticularly, Camp'Woods. There along the lakeside is a quiet, beautiful'' spot where years ago Alberta Rover Scouts built a lovely chapel. The originator of the idea was the late Scouter Dick Clark, one Alberta Scout hsro, so t h e chapel is fitly called, "The Dick Clarke Memorial Chap- el." Thanks to an old friend in Calgary, a snapshot of Dick Clark was obtained and with something of a biography written. The Central Alberta Region is going to fix up the chapel for, as you can guess, winter snows and rain do things to an open-air place. Be sure to look for this bank- side chapel next time you are in Camp Woods at a Provin- cial Jamboree. Of couise many of you will be back at school and very busy with all the score of things Cubs, Scouts and Ven- turers are' wrapping up in their year's prcgram. Of course we olten give cooking hints because, after all, boys are said to be mere "skins stretched over an ap- pstite.' Get a good recipe for baked beans, perhaps Scout- er Lew Blair's own. Practice this at home if you can and later try it with a beanhole in camp. Anolhsr tasty item is macaroni in this day of high meat prices Cheese and fish are good foods. You negd them to giow on. Learn how to cook them, first at home, then at camp. Learn to fillet d fish and peg it to a flat wood chunk set opposite the fire in reflector fireplace. For foods that burn easily, such cream soups, use a double boiler. At camp use two sizes of tins with a few pebb'es at the bottom, one which is partly- filled with wa er. Your burn- able food is in smaller tin inside ths other. Put your double buuvr over a small fire. Greetings have come from Horsetrader Jones of the 14lh Lethbridge. It seems that ac- tion is evident with these peo- ple as they have rung up a total of 16 weekend camps al- ready. They plan a camping com- petition with woodlore, com- pass orienteering and tenting plus, of course, ropework and games. They even are thinking of a 25-mile backpacking hike around Easter out along the Continental Divide. Contact the 14th if you want to get in on all this. Good go- ing, 14th Lethbridge! Our next writing will prob- ably be from Holland, Eng- land or Scotland. Keep your lingers crossed. Good hunting, all! Industrial park Pincher's goal PINCHER CREEK (Special) Some 40 ratepayers of the Town of Pincher Creek turned out for the annual meeting re- cently at the Canyon School au- ditorium and learned the town will acquire land for an indus- trial park. Refusal to allow any more old buildings into town will help preserve the tax structure and tax revenue, officials said. A comparision of mills spent on recreation and public works was nine and 14 respectively. The feasibility of upgrading an airstrip was discussed. The financial statement showed the town came through the year with a surplus of 463 compared to a surplus of in 1971. Expenditures for 1972 with 1971 figures in brackets were as follows: Education administration Pincher woos industry PINCHTR CREEK (HNS) This town is trying to encour- age small industries to estab- lish here. The Town of Pincher Creek, the Pincher Creek MD, Village of Cowley and the Peigan In- dian Reserve have been closer in discussing things pertaining to their communities. Francis Sorge reported on wat er and sewer. The con- sumption of water in town for the year was 175 million gal- lons. James Burns gave a report on public works. The Bridge Ave. bridge will be repaired as soon as weather permits. 071 protection to per- sons and property 493) public works sanitation and waste re- moval health, social welfare recreation and community services debt charges utilities provision for reserves contributions to general capital and loan fund joint or special expenditures homeowiiers tax discount act, miscellaneous expenditures for a total ex- penditure of compared with in 1971. REVENUES Revenues for the year: Taxa- tion licences and permits rents, concessions and fran- chises fines 386 interest, tax pen- alties, service charges rec- reation and community ser- vices, contri- butions, grants, subsidies 597 homeowners tax discount act miscellaneous total revenue of against in 1971. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSS1TER AGENCIES ITD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Fleer 517 4lb Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 The Lethbridge Kiwanis Club Invites You To The Kiwanis Music Festival Stars of the Festival Concert Sunday, April 8th p.m. Yates Memorial Centre Adults S1.5O Students Tickets Available During the Festival At the Yates Centre The Lethbridge Herald think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS This President of a Mideast nation recently assumed the added powers of Premier in order to prepare for "total confrontation" with Israel. Who is he? ______ HOW DO YOU RATE? to 100 potato TO? SCONE) n 90 Orion Cweltont. 71 to 80 prints Good. 61 to 70 prirM 60 or Under? T FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION Shoald there be a Quota on foreign professors allowed to teach In Canadian universities? STUDENTS YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 According to the British White Paper onNorth- era Ireland, Ulster's link with Britain will he continued (CHOOSE ONE: only until 1983, as long as the majority in Ulster 2 The shores of Lake St. Clair and several of the Great Lakes have been plagued with flooding. Lake St. Clair connects which two Great Lakes? 3 Progressive Conservative Leader Stanfield said his party would support the corporate tax mea- sures proposed by Finance Minister Turner, provided the government.. a-requests an election by December 31st b-makes December 31st the expiry date on tax cuts for manufacturers and processors c-modifles its foreign ownership bill 4 The chairman of the special House of Commons committee on food prices criticized the.. 7.. for refusing an invitation to appear before the committee. a-Ontarlo Federation of Agriculture b-Canadian Chamber of Commerce c-Canadian Labor Congress 6 The Ontario Legielaturepassedabillordering striking elevator repairmen and installers back to work and imposing compulsory arbi- tration. Which was the only party opposing the bill? PART II WORDS 4N THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....purge 2.....partial 3.....perjury {.....periphery S.....purloin a-biased b-false testimony c-to steal d-to get rid of e-ttoe outermost part PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. l.....Robert Andras 2.....James Macdonell Van Thlea a-new Auditor-General b-responsible for White Paper on Northern Ireland c-federal Manpower Minister d-retired Auditor- General Savc Prance Examination! Valuable Reference Material for Exams. Henderson e-vtelUng U.S. tbU ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE ;