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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Sulu'day, April 15, 1975 THE LCTHBHIDGE HERAID Contracts for missile sites work to cost million GREAT FALLS, Mont. (Spe- cial) Contracts lotalliiiB nearly arc to be awarded to cover tlie cost of construction of two SPIiINT Missle sites in the Shelby-Con- rad district some .15 miles south ol the Canadian border. When Ihe sites are completed and the SPRINTS placed into position, the missiles are lo bo used to protect the Mimilcmnn missiles as an anti-missile mis- sile which are strung along (he U.S.-Canda border in the Amer- ican defence system. Low bidder on the site project was H. C. Smith Construction of California. The SPRINT has a range of 25 miles and is activated when designated object enter the earth's atmosphere. Bids on two other sites at Brady and Dutton, also in north-central Montana arc to be opened Tuesday. Each SPRINT site will house n self-contained community, in- cluding military quarters and highway maintenance shops and crews. Population of Ihc area is ex- pected to more than double during the two-year construc- tion period. C anadicm hallenge rmed dventure F orces uture A Military Career Counsellor will be at tlie Bridge Town House Morel from noon to p.m. 19 and 20 Apr. 72 lo discuss career opportunities in Canada's Armed Forces and to take applications for enrolment. If you are inleresled and have a grado B educatfor> or beller, are a Canadian cilizen, married or single, in good health and beiween the aoes of 17 ond 24, ask oboul the following trades: INFANTRYMAN VEHICLE TECHNICIAN SUPPIY TECHNICIAN MILITARY POLICEMAN MOBILE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT OPERATOR RADIO OPERATOR TRAFFIC TECHNICIAN f Limited vacancies exist counsellor will be pleased in oilier trades thai to discuis with you. Ihe If you are considering Unlversily ihis foil enquire about our subsidized educaliona! programs. You gel paid while gelling a degree at no expense lo yourself and are assured of a good job when you graduate. Forest fires mainly lo blame Scotland Yard reported 79 murders in in 1971, exacted lo 18 per more than in 1970. greater than it was in WJ) Britain's population in 1985 S tent Wounded bouncer EDMONTON Ghislan Landry, 29, ol Edmonton was sentenced lo JO years for al- lemplcci murder. He was charged alter John Clierpak, a night club bouncer, was wounded in one leg by a .45-calibre bullet about 30 min- utes alter Mr. Cherpak had a "tussle" with Landry over the admittance fee to the nighl club. AGENCY BAND MANAGEMENT ADVISOR Salary to Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development Indian and Eskimo Affairs Branch High level and High Prairie, Alberta Public Service Fonclion publique Canada Canada DUTIES: To provide guidance ond advice to Indian Bands with respect lo developing lot a I government programs ond aclivi- lies, and encourages self-delerminalion by the Indian people. Acts 01 liason wilh ihe Indian the Depailment and various oilier organiialions; and propoies, develops and im- plements, (raining programs and Fn co-opera I ion QUALIFICATIONS: Applicable experience in local government ar community development work, OR Universily graduation m o relevan! field such as local govern men I, community development economics of poiilicol icicnee. Quota Compelilion No, 72-E-518. Forward "Application for Employment" (Form PSC available at Post Canada Manpower and Office! of the Public Service Commiisfon of Canada, and mail lo: Deparlmenr of Indian Affairs Northern Development, 27th Floor CM Tower, Edmonlon, Alberla. Atlention: Staffing Officer. THE ROSE BUSHES ARE OVER 40 VARIETIES TO CHOOSE FROM FAMILY TRAGEDY IN (RAN A man rides o donkey in ihe earlhquake-devaslaled lown of Oeer in southern Iran holding Ihc body of his son, one of ihe quake's victims. Ruins ol a building are in background. Tlic tk'rjtM Bureau ll will likely he ]0 years before Uic govern- ment reverses the ronLinuing Icstruction of Alberta's (crests, :urrently dwindling al 50.000 acres a year, with forest (ires nnmly to blame. Environment Minister Bill Yurko has termed liie imbal- ance a in a j o r environmental problem. Allan Warnirk, minister of .ands anil foresl.s, sold while :he situation is serious. the ac- tual proportion of tlic prod- uce's foresl reserves being dc stroyccl is "cxlremcly small." CONTINUKD I'LUX Actual figures on areas dc- slroyed could he liard to cal- I culalc liccnusc ihe siluation is n continual [lux between de- struct ion am] renewal, lie said n an interview. Forest fires every year arc; the main cul- prit." Hcforeslation after pulp and log culling has exceeded cut. said Ihc minister. In addi- lion, (he j.Tovevnrnent forest ser- vice has been planting trees faster tlian they liave been de- stroyed. Hut then have fires the cut pkis area burned is acres behind." In addition lo animal loss lo forest fires, a larjje portion of destroyed forests remains [roiu severe fires that hit Alberta during the 1940s am! 50s. Dr. War-rack plans to take in- ventory on the total reforesta- tion lliat needs lo be done and the methods being used. "I'd Like to present a com- p 1 e t e reforestation catch-up program lo cabinet, but it miirhl take 10 to 12 he said. Oddities in the News NASHVJLLK, Teiui. line irrigalion pipe; 1 Big squirt I; dilcher, MISCELIANEOUS- gallon propane tank; 1 roller mill; 1 Fan- ning mill; cod 1 sicy. Harris ho miner null, 77 ft. groin loarfer willi Briggs and SlraMon molor, 1 ft. Wayrath grain fl. field iproy- ers; 1 post hole auger; 1 user post dnver: 1 Pornoy electric welcJcr; 1 saw; Blacksmith Wagon whcch; Sever- cV; gallon (lor rth only cliains, looli, household miscellaneou al hyd. 1 50 Ion hyd. iocV age lonk; 1--250 gallon Moragc tank The description 01 1o condition or otherwise at iel fo each ilem ii merely a guide tind is in no way a wn the owner are responsible for any erron in description or condition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, lelhbridge Oflitc Phono 382-395 AUCTIONEERS JOE PERIICH ED TORSHER TONY PERIICH Lit 010293 lie. 012467 lie. 010292 PKono 32B.9772 Phone 515-6452 Phone 328.9873 Iclhbntlge, Alberln Bow hlond. Albgrln lelhbridge. Alia. ;