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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, August 3, 1971 PLUGGED SEWER Trees roofs in their never ending search for wafer, are no respeclers of private properly. During consruclion work on an addition lo the Pente- costal Tabernacle at 520 7th St. S. workmen discovered ihis root-filled sewer pipe. Ed Gauw shows what can happen once the roois lake hold. Trees with the heaviest roof systems, such as poplar, coffonwood and elm, are fhc warsr offenders. Cuffing the free down won't help, unless the slump is treated to kill Ihe root system. Cily crews, well- aware of ihe problem, carry out a regular cleaning program over the sewer mams, pul- ling a bucket or if necessary a special knife tool through the mains. The city has afso budgeted this year for a contract wilh a local firm to clean residential sewers. New student aid program Record high set Fractionally cooler tempera- tures are expected in Lelh- bndge today and Wednesday as a weak cold front moves over southern Alberta this afternoon. The maximum tcmperalvrc of ii7 degrees recorded at the Ltthbridge airport Monday was two degrees above the previous record [or Ihe dale set in 1914. Pincher Creek also set a rec- ord maximum nf 95 degrees beating the old record of 92 degrees gauged in 1961. Medi- cine Hat tied its previous rec- ord for the day irilh a 99- i degree reading. Today's forecast high of 90 degrees will pose no throat to the previous record high 94 de- :rees set in 1947 and Ihunder- showers expected in Ihe after- noon will further moderate the extreme readings of the last several days. Officially no rain fell in Lelh- jridge in Uie last 24 hours al- though some sprinkles were ex- perienced in the downtown srea during the evening. CHURCH ON HORSEBACK The horse show was being held on a Sunday, so the South Regional Appoloosa Club decided a noon-hour church service would be ap- propriate. Jake Kraemer of Fort Macieod presided at the service The members of the congregation who are in costume were contestants in the Indian costume class compelilions held immediately after Ihe service A total of 78 horses entered the show, most of them from Alberta and British Columbia, although there was one entry from Thunder Bay, Ont. The show was held Sunday al 1he Hilltoppers Gymkhana Club near Lelhbridge. Police clamp down on bike licences Man charged MVHON JOHNSON Staff Writer chance of obtaining Mr. MacXeil said, loan.' to pay interest on the money. in wounding Gerald Thomas Smith, 22, of Lethbridge was arrested and charged with wounding Amil Knodel, 22, of Coaldale with a knife Saturday. The charge is the result of an incident fit .Indian Battle they Under the new plan, stvdcnts; Park which took place at about A major reform of financial would fall under Ihe third ca-; "ill be eligible for a maximum i 6 p.m. when Knodel was slab- aid programs for Alberta stu- tegory and would be expected i loan of in each year !o a dents annoraced recently by i-----------------------------------------; lutal maximum of over the provincial government will mean a more equitable distri- bution of available funds, spokesmen for Ihe Lethbridge Communily College said torlay. Under the new plan, three lypes of loans will be available, and the maximum amount which may be borrowed is in- creased Jim MacNeil, direcotr of stu- dent services at LCC, said un- der lire first type of loan from Three city youths were charged with possession of marijuana and other drugs when they appeared in magis- trate's court this morning. Tivo wore released on property bail and (he other was retained. They are sched- uled to reappear Friday. They arrested at five-year course of studies. The Previous maximum was federal and provincial funds, Sunday the money will be interest-free A miTnhcT of otho- drug ar- Mr. MacNcil said adoption of Hie new scheme should mean less work for the local college. He added the new should mean r more equitable distri- bution of funds. Last year, every loan recom- bed in the head with a large knife. He was taken to the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Later the victim was trans- ferred to Calgary General Hos- pital where a two-hour opera- tion was required to remove the knife. Smith and Knodel are to ap- pear in Leliibridge Magis- trate's court Aug. 25 on a joint charge of assault causing bodily harm. 1 Knodel was satisfactory lios- until after graduation, and stu- dent borrowers will receive a rebate of 2H per cent of the principal during Mie first fiv'e years after completing studies. The second type of loan will also be interest-free, but there will be no remission of a por- tion of the principal. Details of the third type have not been finalized, but it is ex- pected interest will be charged, and no remission will be paid the borrower. Need will be the mjin cri- terion for determing in category a student falls. Students whose mended by Ihe LCC was ap- proved by the Stiidcnls Assist- Park Lake ance be said. Knodel was in The plan will be in effect for condition this morning in the upcoming academic year. 1 pital at Calgary-. rests vcrc made by during the holiday weekend vnth two American youths be-1 ing chafed with possession of tneir marijuana at Clnrcsholm Mon- day. Four American youths were arrested at the Canvay border crossing during the weekend and charged with possession of an assortment of illegal drugs. Bicyclists without bicycle li- censes beware! City pou'ce ore going to start enforcing a city bylaw which says, "No person shall ride or use a bicycle on a public thor- oughfare within thr city of Lethbridge unless and until such a bicycle is registered and licensed by the Police Force of the city of Lethbridge and has attached thereto a licence plate issued in accordance with this bylaw." Application for a bicycle li- cence may be made at the city police station. Information required for the licence is: name of the owner; address; serial number of the bike; make of the bike; and color. The cost of the licence is and it is not transferable when the bike is sold. The pou'ce keep a record of all applications, licence num- bers and names of registered bicycle owners. The licence plate is lo be permanently dis- played on the rear fork of the bike. II is an offence to have a cence attached to a bicycle which is not registered proper- ly- Undcr city bylaw the po- lice are empowered to seize any bicycle to which a licence is not attached or the licence cf another bike is wrongfully attached. The strict enforcement of the bicycle bylaw is the result of tile manv unsolved bicycle Approved The Municipal Planning Com- mission Wednesday approved an application by R. G. Ritten- house to construct a S50.000 building at 421 33rd SI. K. The building will be leased to Prairie Farm Power Ltd. for storage of farm rental machin- ery. Construction of UK 50-foot by 70-foot building is to start im- mediately and should be com- pleted within 60 days. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Binlal Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 3384095 1269 Ihird Aye. Central Furnace Air Conditioning Carrier Built To Last and have a beautiful summer Ihe famous round one made onlv bv Carrier Model 38GC. BTU'S. Wai NOW AUTHORIZED DEALERS 749 PIUS INTAILATION FEDOR'S REFRIGERATION 2214 43rd St. S. Phone 327-5816 SHEET METAL 1709 2nd Avo. S. Phone 328-5973 TOP RIDERS Big winners at Ihe Southern Alberta 4-H Horse Show in Lelhbridge Friday and Saturday were, left Jo right, Gerry Hansma of Granum, Joan Pavan of Leth- bridge and Clay Fetters of Pincher Creek. Mr. Hansma, a member of the Granum Willow Creek Club, took three first prizes in the A class. Five firsts in the Pee Wee went 10 Miss Pavcin of the telhbridge-Foolhills Club. Mr. Fellers wen Iwo B class firsts. He belongs to the Pincher Creek Reining and Training Club. There were 500 entries in Ihe Iwo-doy show at the exhibition grounds. thefts in Lethbridgc in the pasl two months and the tremen- dous build-up of unclaimed bi- cycles at the city police station. The purpose of the bike li- cence is to aid the pou'ce in finding the owners of a bicycle when it is found. The serial number of all the bikes I'egistered are sent to the Bicycle Guild in Montreal. When a bike is turned in at the police station its serial number is sent to the guild and if it is registered the owner is traced. The city police also request licensed bicycle owners to noti- fy them of any change of ad- dv'ess. They currently have several bicycles at fte station with li- cences, hut Ibs registered own- ers have moved and cannot be located. KEYED-UP John McColl, postal clerk at the tethbridgr? post office, wonderl if he will ever find Ihe key to ihe question of how lo return Ihe 14 sets of keys hanging in front of his wicket. Many sets of keys are lurned in at Ihe pest office, but few are ever claimed. If you are missing a set of keys, check with John, he may very well them. Another Augur trip planned for Aug. 7 A second Augur-Travel Can- male and female young people ada bus lour of eastern Canada aged 18 to 24. will leave Lethbridge Aug. 7, An earlier trip left Lelh- relurning Sept. 30 after an 11- bridge July W and will return city tour. Aug. 18. The entire trip, including The new lour will visit He- transportation three meals a Winnipeg. Thunder li.iy, day and nightly lodging cosls Kapuskasing, North Bay, Ol.'.a- about 550, and is open to both wa, Quebec City, Montreal, To ronto, Si'dbury, KauJt Sic, Marie, and similar places. All lhat Ihe travellers must provide is a sleeping bag and their own pocket The program is subsidized by a fed- eral government 3'onlli acti- vities grant. Further information is avail- able from the Lethbridge Aug- ur program office, at 328-7144: New posiliou m city hall Ano'her change in city hall administrative s t r u c lure is .scheduled for Sept. 1. One of several in r e c c n months, the reorganization will result in the creation ot the position of director of commun- ity services. Applications for the position close Aug. 11. The city is look- ing for a person with back- ground in recreation, open space management, social ser- vices adminislration, program operation and recreation facili- 'ies main'.enance. The now director would he responsible for recreation, cul- Lure and human resource or welfare piogranis. I INTERIOR-EXTERIOR LATEX PAINT For Drywall Slucco or Wood Whita and colors for your general printino needs. Special, Q QO 2 Gallon! .....O.3O Save FREDDIE'S PAINT (WESTERN) LTD. 816 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 377-5540 REX HUMBARD-KING OF SOUL SAVERS, "Thert's a Deep Hunger Today for Ihe Simple Word of God." And that'i the word from American evangelist Rex Humbard. Hum- bord's brand of religion, diarna and entertainment has lurned inlo o television and business empire thai is Rup- poried by nearly 25 million people, including many Ca- nadians. Ernest Hillen followed Humbard and his evangeli- cal troupe through Onlario and report? in Saturday's Week- find Magazine on how Canadians responded lo Ihe gospel from Humbard. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE THE BOWMAN WALLACE CO. LTD. 61} 3rd Avc. S. CHANGE OF Telephone number 327-2362 on Aug. Isl Since the business was slorlrd in 1391 by ihe laic Mr. C R. Qowman our num- ber has changed only witli progress of the cily. From Iwo figures lo Ihrco figures lo four figures to seven figures. Now In our Eighlicth yr-ar our number has changed but our sorvicG continues. Phone 327-2362 INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE N'OT ACCUIIACE The dark lines on the shell nf a clam indicates a growl h but cannot be used as accurate in- dicators of age. CARPET and UNO (Complete InstallalionsD Frco Estimatesl No Obligation! PHONE 327-8571 CAPITOL FURNITURE "The Carpel House of the Soultl" University of Lethbridge Summer Session Seminar Series Dr. Diana R. D. MeColl CLARION STATE COLLEGE CLARION, PENNSYLVANIA Topic: Pro-vocaliGnal training nl the elementary level wilh me tally retarded children. KATE ANDREWS LECTURE THEATRE WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4th la p.m. Tho Public ii Invited To Allondl Pictured above, it Mr. Gordon Memory, Ma naainrj Director of Oliver Induilrial Supply Co. Lid., making a retirement presentation lo Mri. W jlmn Pudclicombe. Mrt. Puddicomhe hai hcin ployed in Iho central accounting department for over II yoan. The ilaff honertd hir with preitntaliont and a luncheon, ;