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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, August 5, 1972--------------- MORE'S IN STORE In the good old days, when tho iun used lo shine, end pour more lhan enough heal for everybody on earth, everybody on earlh would spend some time out in ft. Those the days when the swimmnig suit and sun tan lotion were the types of articles to purchase. This summer we have had a bit of sunshfne ond hoi weal her, however, and ii looks like there is moro in store for the holiday weekend. Tho wea- ther forecast says lhal ihe days wilt be mostly sunny. Tho Iiigh is estimated to range from 70 to 80 degrees. On Sunday, there Is a chance of Ihuna'ershowers. Sunbalhers will be ablo lo get out in Ihe weekend aun at places sucli as the areas around Henderson Lake, where theso pic- lures were la ken. From left to right: Kathy Opyr, Rolf Frund, Mrs. E. Caltoni. Groonon Pholos Life of a daredevil hard By LATiflY BENNETT ilcralcl Staff Wrilcr Orval Kisselburg can't re- member getting into a car last Sunday and trying to fly it over a parked auto transport-truck trailer. In fact, he can't remember anything after he detor.ated four sticks of dynamite only a few fet't from him with only a small mebl sheet for protec- tion. Oryal, who says he's 30 years old, is also as Orva! the Daredevil Clown aJi automo- bile stur.t driver who has been in the hiLsiness for 20 years. Waking up in the hospital and having a hard time breath- ing are the first things he re- members following tho part of his act called the Russian Chair. "I dor.'t remember getting into the car, starting it, trying to drive it up the ramp, rolling over and crashing, hut T guess I did and I know I got said Mr. Kisselburg. When Interviewed the injured stunt man was being prepared to have x-rays taken of his back, which he also injured in the accident it the Lcthbridge Exhibition grour.ds. During the interview his two broken ribs (broken in both the front and back) and bruised lungs made talking painful. The cast on his arm from another accident July 17 ulso seemed to be bothering him a little, but it's supposed to IM taken off within the week. Orval (he Daredevil Clown started his career in the state MOVING? of New Mexico, with his own clown diving routine. "Since I was a child I have always Joved to watch clown diving acts. I thought the clowns were the greatest per- formers in the world and I thought the routines they car- ried out from the diving platform to the water were al- ways he said, During the Second World War Orval left his diving net to xi- come a vehicle test driver for the United States Army- whore he acquired his driving skill. "Following the war I became involved with the racing crowJvil Knicvil's place ami drove a snowmobile off a 150 foot high ski jump -it Sun Valley Ski Re- sort in Idaho. Orval made the jump for Evil Kr.ievil because his friend AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAhJNES QUALITY DENTURE CLfNfC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capital fumiluftt Blcfg. I 328-7684 HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9lr, St. S. FOR YOUR COMPLETE Phone 328-1773 WEDDING REQUIREMENTS InvllolioM 0 Announcement! (24 Service If Nnceiiary) Bfido Bookl O Thonk You Nopkinl e Motchoi rompl'rncMnry FREE CUSTOMER PARKING' 10-speed. bike thefts continue Inability lo identify stolen property is one of the greatest problems encountered by city police. Police inspector in charge of. criminal investigations Glenn Michelson told The Herald good cases against suspected thieves often have to be drop- ped after victims are unahle to positively irlcntify recovered stolen property. Tn past months, the greatest theft problem reported to city police has involved expensive Kwpeod bicycles. An average of 20 cycle thefts 3 day arc re- ported to city police, most oc- curring between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m. To help deter cycle thefts and assure the identification of sto- len cycles city police advise nil bicycle owners lo purchase a bicycle licence. The licences are available at cily hall for a fee of two dol- lars. The owner of a register- ed cycle will receive a plastic lac which is permanently affix- ed to the cycle frame. A copy nl the cycle rcuistra- tion showing owner, make, model, color, type and serial number and owner's address will Ijc place'! in a nation computer file. Whenever police recover a lo.-.t, abandoned or stolen cycle the serial number is checked with the [tirnrililerizctl list, and if the cycle is registered Ihe owner is notified. Oner the owner'Jnp of a ,'.t.o- leu cyHe has been cslablishcd, a rhnrge may be more easily hid and Ihe nii'ri'-rtrd Ihief brought to trial. Oify police also arjvi.'ir! resi- dents to keep a list of all valu- able property serial numbers. The list .should include the se- rial number of TV sols, radios, guns, power tools, stereo sets ami auto rfock.s. Items which have no serial numbers shouM tiavr- some id( nlifying mark pl.vrrd on them and a record made, of it. f- irearms w i t h 0 11 t serial numbers may be taken lo Ihe police station and a special set of [lira will be iiswl to mark it without damage for identifi- J cation. ''The most es.sential part of crime invest is co opera- tion Ihe fjfjffrr; and public lo make. harder for sai'l Insp, was badly "broken up" follow- ing an accident during an ap- pearance in Phoenix, Ariz, the day before. The record he sol for Uie jump was 153 feet of airborne travel for the snowmobile. For his efforts, Orval re- ceived got hLs name in a record book, .smashed all the Hmcs in his shoulder, tore his shoulder from its socket "down to even with my dislo- cated a leg and injured his hack. "The life of a daredevil is pretty hard on said Or- val, who has married three times. He h as been ma r r i ed to Karen, his current wife EOT five years. "Daredevils are a hard lot lo get along with, especially if a woman marries one and doesn't really know all tho things he does to earn a liv- he said, He has great expectations for his current marriage because, "Karen has known me since 1 started in the business after the war." "My wife is really happy as long as everylhi n g is going okay, but when I have an acci- dent like Ihe one last Sunday she gets a little he said. One of the almost insur- mountable problems Orval has Geographers' conference continues Geographers here for the in- ternational A; id Lands Com- mission Conference arc back from a field trip through south- eastern Alterta and resumed their discussions today at the University of Ixjthln'idgc. Commission Rob- ert of the geogrnnhy (V University of FJris- tol, Kngland Mill raport tin the commission's work. T-.vo geographers from India win cMscus.s the problems and [irosficds in the arid lards of that country, A symposium fhis fifk-rnnnn win look at barrir-rs to urban- in with lopics water law, land spec- ulation and man-induced prob- lems in Humid environment. Sunday, ttio group of 2fj schol- ars from as far away .'is the fi.K.S.K., Australia and Israel, will travel to tho niood and Wnterton Lnkes National Park. Flack Monrlny for the rfay of lhr> rommis will hold anolher symposi- um beginning n( D a.rn, on nr- l-anixalion in various parls of fhe world All sessions are opon to the public, Tlifirn are houses t ap.'irlmcnt-s nnrf %l businoss offices io Lctlibridgc. i encountered in his business Is finding cars with good aerodynamic performance. "I don't worry how well to new bridge drive, I don't keep them on the ground that long some of Lhe older model cars fly Sales ami Rentals Ltd., 2nd Avc. and Olti St. Utc opening day of hi1 annual Lcthbridgc Duplicate Summer Monty Kuka, of Oakland, !-alif., and JJcrnanl Patrick of ,as Ncv. Second weru he said. When he was younger relocate in a couple of weeks at 3rd Avc. and latli held at Svcn Krickson's Family Restaurant, had Nilsson and Fraud-sen of Ixithbridgc and thin used to carry insurance on himself to cover any lost income he might suffer during Louis "Trailer Lou" Schikow-sky, owner, says tlic new repeating winners. Mary Flosc Mrazck, a life member nnionp 19 oilier Ken Waters ol Lelhbridgo and Nick Jurkovich of Milk cuperation from an injury, "but at a day the cost a little ho says. He doesn't carry it any more. Orval thinks the risk and injuries involved in bis work will provide a heated showroom and 480 square feet (or offices nml parts. The 75 by 125-foot lot was formerly occupied liy Art in the Letiibrhlge unit, received trophies for the Ladles' Pairs and for the At aster's Pairs. Mrs. partner was Djorg .Turkovich of Milk NIC master's pairs, foHow-ing winners Mary Mrazek an( Ted S in i t ii were Ken Waters rtnif Byron Nilsson of Ixilh-jridf-c. Hjrjrs and Nick worth it: "Where else can f clear an average of a month for six or seven months a As a bit of advice to car buyers, Orval says tliat without a doubt, Chrysler products arc tfie best cars "they're buiU they drive well, and Agencies. The house on llic properly has been sold and removed. Renovations to the large garage art; under way. In the meantime, present Travelcraft premises arc being jointly occupied by Travelcraft and Harker's Main Service Centre Lid. which is Smith of Calgary won the evening event. Mary Hulchinson of Ore. and R. ftolgoy of Edmonton placed second in tho Ladles' pairs, and D, K. Maag of Glasgow, Mont, and V. A. Hanson of Havre, Mont, were of Milk Kivcr placed third. The 49crs event enflcd in a deadlock with Charley Roberts of Milk Kivr and Dave Miron of tying v-ith Vi Hanson of Havre and Doris Maafj of Glasgow. Third place went to Rd Potter of IxHh-iridfjc and L. G. Mi 11 ward of fly well, complete marine service In the Men's offers inboard Youth fined for holding boats 12 to 21 feet long, motors from two to 225 horsepower, boat trailers, skis, wet suits and many accessories associated with fine for unregistered handgun Richard Clark of Pincher Creek was fined in won by A. Vfin Sfilers and N. Van Sctera. At. rd and K 1 Wa rd wcr o .sdccinrl and C. E. Crawford ant V. Crawford wcro third. Tlic tournament continues today. The open pairs qualifying round was held thi.s nfternoon, followed nl p.m. witb llift flliampion.ship and Consolation lawyers don't necessarily always say "good things" provincial judges court Friday morninf! for On fiunday I h c Swiss Team their clients, Friday morning a non registered starts at p.m. Ixilhbridgc provincial judge's court, 3 novel form of W. Hudson told Clark, "possession of n fi p.m. was is not a right, it's a fn the cose of Larry Jehovah's Witness __ Gunther, charged with in Lethbridgc harl been I sion of marijuana, Thursday will on n farm near JfrlfttPwRra Paul M.itisz told the court Sunday afternoon with Crc had "nothing much to address by D. W. gun was confiscated about my client he's another kid smoking marijuana." Mr. MaLisz said G u on Divine Kulership. An announcement was rnndo at the convention Friday as was told to apply lo (he attorney general for should roS have smoking mar i j u ,i na. "fn fact, ielea.se of n now Jliblo translation. The Ilihle in Ihe gun's ON shouldn't even bo smoking he said. Court was fold the amount of marijuana possessed by wax worth about WS. Mr. assured Hie court English. The traaslalion uses Ian-gi'agc that people speak today. The announcement of fhe release of this Bible translation is being made the EPTIC AT NOMINAL COST For Further worth of marijuana didn't weigh much (nbout six Distiict Assemblies of Jehovah's Witnesses V I Vk PUMPING SEPTIC Phone "ft'.s not heavy. If it weighed anymore ho wouldn't be carrying Mr. Malisz said throughout the Knglish speaking world. This morning, a mass SUMPS _ OIL SPILLS, KWAY 3 EAST IETHBRIDGE, ing at was held ai f liinUuir was Hiicvl rir tfivcn tho aUernalivc of 4.r> days in jail in default of I'ool. There nrn delegates attending Hie H THE 1 BIGELOW FOWLER CLINIC Hiflh School Matriculation cr heifer, nj announces the association of exporienr.fi an miof. DUTIES' Per f arm j roujint, lihrnry dulin including EH I WILLIAM D. STITT ho cxpcclml fo ifirvo on iho cirruloliort rJcik, Perform olhor dut ci of a clnrkol no rurn M.D., Commoniuroto wllh quolif icolioni ond DEADLINE Auqusl 15, OBSTETRICS ilioulcl oppfy for Ifio Slnndnrd H for Employmont Form H AND A. I GYNAECOLOGY OF PERSONNEL LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY ;