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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta SPECIAL EXCURSION FARES CALGARY IAS VEGAS 153.84 RTN. CALGARY LOS ANGELES 171.90 RTN. CALGARY PHOENIX 187.17 RTN. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CINTRI VILLAGE MALL PHONE 338-3201 The Lcthbridge Herald SECOND SECTION August 1973 PAGES 13 TO 28 Lower level 7th Street Shopping Mall Alberta Phone 321-7411 CURRENT STORI to Wed. and Frl. Thun. to Problem solver once trapped bean are moved away from problems from Waterton bears By ANDY OGLE Herald StaH ttril'jr WATERTON are not the problem Ixre they are in Alberta's other two mountain national says the park natui alist. Duane Barrus snid while there have been a few bejrs carted away from camp- ground picnic tables this the problem is serious here because of bet- ter control of garbage. a bear does begin to mike a nuisance of we try to capture him im- mediately either by tranquil- lizer darts or Mr. Barrus said. Ths bear is then its vital statistics tag- ged and shipped out to a more remote area. says Mr. the camp ground prowler turns out to be a very old bear that has lost the ability to fend for itself in the wild. Such bears are considered dangerous and are dispatch- as are some very young bears. Mr. Ban-us we catch a young bear early can get it out of the but if we're unable to catch it the bear becomes addicted and will almost certainly come to the campground again and again. We have to destroy it in that case. too bad when that but we can't destroy very many bears be- cause we have a good system of cleaning up A healthy he will almost never come near a campground. Feeding bears is an offence under park regulations but Mr. Barrus feels it should also be illegal to leave food on picnic tables. effect it's baiting the he says. Waterton's grizzly popula- tion is not large an esti- mated 10 to 20 are said to roam within the park's boun- and so far no serious encounters with a grizzly have been reported in the park. Waterton has its share of mountain sheep and other wildlife wander ing close to park roads and even through the begging for food. Again Mr. Barrus feels feeding such animals should be illegal. It's not only detri- mental to their it can be very he says. are not farm pets wild and the worst kind of animals be- cause they've lost their fear of man. they're still very un- predictable and capable of seen people six feet away from a cow moose with offering them a slice of bread. makes me cringe they're just as gerous as a grizzly Mr. Barrus adds that he feels animals begging on the roads is no differ- ent that what can be seen in a zoo. that's not what the park is he says. E. S. P. FOX Cwlificd Daniel Mechanic FOX DiNTAL LAB LTD. 304 Medical Dental Bldg. Phone 327-6565 ASTRO REALTY LTD. Don't delay lot us p'l your home today PHONE 328 7748 Irrigators cautioned Better use of water in the Lethbridgs Northern Irriga- tion District will be needed to avoid an acute shortage before the end of the 1973 growing according to the manager of the district. Rick Ross told The Herald SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. AUGUST 9th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE 20 cu. ft. G.E. Deep 6 piece .wood dining suite buffet and 4 6 piece chrome kitchen suite and 5 S piece wood suite and 4 4 various 3 wringer Vikings and 2 Spin dry washers and Quantity of heavy battleship 11 bikes all 4 bundles of 2x2 5 new 7 Occ. easy 11 chrome arm 2 fridges and Large new office desk Set of golf 6 good tri loor lamps and Kids Jumping Strollers and 4 rugs various Sets 2 radio record player Rollaway 2 box springs and 2 step Smal typing Portable sewing Various new doors all outside and .2 barber 3 pellet and BB Rubber 6 antique padded wooden 2 sump pumps. Punuant to regulations of the Seizures Act ond by order of the Sheriff we will tell the following TRIUMPH TROPHY 750 MOTOR BIKE SERIAL NO. TRJSW11S2 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 32M70S 1920 2nd AVf. S. LETHBRIDOI AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN UL 41 Ik. 451 this morning that the district is appealing to farmers to keep a close watch on drain- age and spill ditches to make sure all water is being used efficiently. Some farmers were not us- ing the water allocated to them this said Mr. and the unused water simply found its way through the pouring back into the river. BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Installations Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. JUST DRIED FOLIAGE Ideal For Home Decorations WHEAT CQRDONA PUFFS STAR FLOWERS HILL ROWERS MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP PHONE 327-1515 Campers must know rules Canadians intending to build a fire or camp over- overnight in Glacier Na- tional Park should be aware that they need a park authorities say. Canadians may not be fa- miliar with the park's back country the an- nouncement and should contact park authorities for information if they are un- sure of their status. Because of extremely dry open fires are pro- hibited at all back-country campsites of the park. Cook- ing may be done with liquid or gas-fueled how- 'Lethbridge sheep show among best in country' The 3rd annual Lethbridge and District Sheep Snow has been termed as good as any in Canada in all aspects. Show judge Lloyd of one of the foremost sheep judges in the placed an Inver- annimal owned by George Annis grand champion ram while David Cadsand of Rimbey picked up the reserve grand champ- ion ram ribbon. Grand champion ewe was shown by Harold Trentham of Alta. while R. B. Ben- nett of B.C. took the reserve grand champion ewe colors. The grand champions are judged from all the champ- ions of all competing breeds. In the individual breed the Trentham grand champion ewe also took the champion colors for Suffolk sheep while the Annis ram- captured the champion Suf- folk ram title. Audrey Trentham of Mor- rin took top honors for Cor- riedale and Columbia ewes while T. A. Rosgen of Mun- took the top honors for rams. R. B. Bennett captured the champion Hampshire and N. C Cheviots ewe title with David Cadsand taking the champion ram title for those breeds. Mr. Ayre said the quality of the sheep and the show- manship of the exhibitors matched any in Canada. The judge pointed to the U of L grant only 'adequate' The operating grant to the University of Lethbridge for the next three years is ade- quate under present condi- tions but does not allow any opportunity for U of L president Dr. W. E. Beckel said today. The U of L is to get mil- lion for million the following year and million in 1975 of the million grants to Al- berta universities announced today by the Alberta Depart- ment of Advanced Education. The grant is about less than the amount request- ed by the U of L for the first year and the same would ap- ply for the following year de- pending on the rate of infla- tion. Dr. Beckel claims the gov- ernment has not taken into consideration the present rate of inflation nor has it allowed for the same percentage of increase in the present cost of living in the following two years. The grants to the universi- ties are based on guidelines of stable enrolment and no tuition fee increases. Dr. Beckel says if there is growth in enrolment during the next three years the uni- versity will have to accom- modate the increased enrol- ment without an increase in the operating budget. To do services would have to be cut. he doesn't anticipate a substantial in- crease in the population of the university. Advanced education minis- ter Jim when mak- ing the claimed knowledge of the al- locations at this time will permit the institutions to make firm plans for opera- tion over the three year pe- riod. will also give advanced education and the Institutions time to develop improved for- mulas for long-term support plans to be effective in he said. Dr. Beckel agreed. a big step in the right direc- The University of Alberta is to get the largest grant share million this million for 1974-75 and million for 1975-76. The University of Calgary's share of the operational grants is to be million and mil- lion during the next three years. He said 250 cubic feet of water per second was being returned to the river on the compared to a nor- mal amount of 90. Farmers at the end of any particular set of ditches were complaining of spillages from the excess water allowed to run through the ditches. Mr. Ross said any farmer not intending to make use of water on any given day should notify the ditch rider so changes can be made in the flow of water. He said control of the water is a mutual concern for both farmers and district staff. No city bylaw considered to control panhandling Panhandling on city streets does not present a problem to the chairman of the Lethbridge Police Commis- sion said today. my it's not a although there are certainly isolated cases of Harold Vosburgh said. The commission has not discussed the possibility of a city bylaw outlawing begging on the he said. Last the Calgary po- lice commission asked Cal- gary city council to investi- gate the need for an anti- begging bylaw there. Aid. Eric a member of the Calgary com- has said that com- plaints have been received of elderly people being stopped by people making threatening ges t u r es for Ottawa city council in June passed an anti-begging by- law but there are no arrest provisions under it and there is some discussion whether municipalities can enact legi- slation authorizing the police to make an arrest. Trentham flock as best over- awarding Mr. Trentham with the breeder's flock rib- bon. The rest of the classes for Col um- Ramb and with first and second in- ram with two born property of the exhibi- tor Ernest Sherwood T. A. Alta. full mouth milk teeth T. A. and Betty Creek. full mouth milk teeth T. A. and Betty Cyr. two teeth year- lings Audrey T. A. Rosgen. Ewe with Audrey Tren- Ernest Zu'.z. Breeders flock T. Au- drey Trentham. For Hampshires and N.C. two tooth yearling R. B. David Cadsand. full mouth milk teeth David R. B. Ben- nett. two tooth yearling R. B. P. .J Rock and DrumSieller. full mouth milk teeth R. B. T. W. Heb- Okctoks. Ewe with lambs T. W. first and second. Breeders flock R. B P. J. Rock and Sons. For Suffolk two tooth yearling George An- P. J. Rock and Sons. full mouth milk teeth Harold Dan F. Alta. yearling two tooth Harold P. J. Rock and Sons. full mouth milk teeth Harold Dan F. Cadsand. Ewe with lambs Harold P. J. Rock and Sons. In the junior Ber- nice Cyr of Pincher Creek topped the lead class for girls under 14 years. Miriam Strand of Lethbridge placed second and Barbara Bouras- sa of Lethbridge third. In the Junior Market Lamb class for exhibitors 13 to 18 Jacob Daniels of Leth- bridge placed first. Jeanette Daniels placed second with another member of the fam- placing third. In the Pee Wee Market Lamb for exhibitors under 12 Darin Bour- assa of Lethbridge won top honors. Timmy Strand of Lethbridge placed s e c o nd ahead of 'his brother Danny. The trimming competition was won by 10-year-old Jacob Daniels of Lethbridge. Rus- sell of Pincher Creek placed second with and Timmy pick- ing up third place. EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZEL SHOE REPAIR 317 7th STREET SOUTH COOL OFF WITH Air Conditioning FROM C A SHEET METAL 1709 2nd Avt. S. PhofM 328-5973 Faulkner barbecue tonight Canada's se c r e t ary of Hugh will be in attendance tonight at a pubMc barbecue and theatre production at the Exhibition grounds. Admission is free for city residents to the barbecue which begins at p.m. in tha beer gardens. The Sunshine an Opportunities For Youth pro- will present two one-act plays at p.m. in the 4-H Building. Mr. Faulkner is in South- ern Alberta to inspect OFY projects here. Store's supply back to normal A boycott in British Colum- bia that prevented a local store from obtaining sup- plies at its regular wholesale outlet was ordered halted Tuesday by the B.C. Court of Appeal. The boycott was initiated by the B.C. Federation of La- bor against some Shoppers drug Mart stores in that province because store of- ficials allegedly refused to ne- gotiate with the labor feder- ation and with the retail derks union and retail whole- sale union. A spokesman for the Leth- bridge Shoppers Drug Mart said the boycott meant he had to order supplies from a dif- ferent wholesale outlet and that with the end of the boy- cott he would be abble to deal with his regular sup- plier. Certified Dental Mvcnanic CLIFF BLACK DENTAL LABfj MHHCAl DENTAL BLDO. Lower Level PHONE 327-7832 Super West Bend Corn Popper the popcorn as It just put butter pats into special compartment in top. As heat popt the the butter drenching the popcorn with good flavor. See thnj Lexan cover. Electric base shuts off automatically when corn is popped. Makes 4 quarts. Reg. 17.95 4 Super Spec. Call Housewares 327-5767 DOWNTOWN NOW AT CAMM'S 'FLUFF' As illustrated Black or Navy New shoe styles by illustrated .in Black Crin- kle patent wet look. Crinkle wet look. NORTH STAR JOGGERS A size to fit every mem- ber of the family in blue tuede and while leather. Open Thursday ana Friday Till 9 p.m. SAVAGE TIES As Illustrated in in brown brushed crinkle or black with white TENDER TOOTSIES A wide choice of ttylet ond priced at CAMM'S 403 5th Street S. SHOES i ;