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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? Special reduced senior citizen ancJ youth fares available on Air Canada, CP Air and Time Air. Also new reduced fares to Europe available August lOtli; when you plan to travel call BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE Phone 328-3201 328-6858 PERSONALIZED SERVICE-NO EXTRA COST The Lethbtidije Herald SECOND SECTION Lellibridgc, Alberta, Monday, August 10, 1970 PAGES 9 TO 16 Jerry JjL A. E. CROSS We slock FUJI, ANSCO, ILFORD, AGFA, ond KODAK films. Projection lamps, processing chemicals and paper and Philips flash bulbs. Projector rentals. EDWIN WELLS, LEFT, AND WAYNE PLUME LEARN MEAT CUTTING Standoff Store To Open Every Day Of The Week By KIC SWIHAJIT Herald Staff Writer Seven members of the Blood Indian Band today completed on-the-job training with Leth- bridge's four Canada Safeway stores as part of that firm's inanagement assistance pro- gram for the operation of the Standoff Superette. Vern Spence. Canada Safe- way Limited manager-trainee, who has been placed at the dis- posal of the Blood Band for one year at the company's expense, said the Superetle was ready for the scheduled opening Thurs- day. He said two meat cutters, one meat wrapper and three COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 cashiers were trained at Leth- bridge at various stores owned by Safeway and these people will be responsible for running the store' in Standoff. "S to r e manager Richan Mills also trained in Lethbridgi and he and I will work together for one year to smooth the management techniques neces sary for the successful opera tion of the he said "The basic role of meat cut ters Wayne Plume and Edwin Wells and meat wrapper Rose Yellow Wings is to run a small self-service meat counter." He said the meat cutters will have to be able to take beel carcasses and break them into primary cuts and to deal with other parts of the animal to make such things as hamburg- er, ox tail, riblets, beef tongue and beef hocks. They will also be responsible for receiving meal from the supply house and to make sure it is hanging properly in the Dr. R. P. Kuipers Is pleased to announce the Association of Dr. B. C. Cotter to his practice of CHIROPRACTIC Hours of Practice to 6 Days A Week- Have Been Extended o.m. to p.m. waft-in coolers. "Since the meat is cut fresh daily, the men will not have to worry about aging it. "Mrs. Yellow Wings will be responsible for the packaging, weighing and pricing of all the displayed meat and to main- tain a proper counter display. He said she.will also have to look after the sanitary condi- tions of the meat sales area. "Because of the long hours of operation, it will take the equivalent of one and a half girls per day to work as cash- iers." Margaret Weasel Fat, Rose Day chief and Alice Cross Child will share the duties on bhe two tills in the store. Mr. Spence said the girls learned the fundamentals of how to run the machine during their on-the-job training in Lethbridge. He said they will have to memorize various prices for certain items in the Superette which can't be priced indivi- dually. The store, which is owned and operated by the Blood In- dian Band will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days per week. Mr. Spence said the modern supermarket approach was ap- Dlied to the Superette to pro- vide its customers with quality merchandise at low competi- iv.e prices. City Accused Of On Northern's Northern Bus Lines' opposition to the charter trips operated by Hie city's transit system will come before city council to- night. In a letter from Ives and Of- fet, the law firm acting for Northern Bus Lines' owner Al- derman Steve Kolch, it is con- a charier operation in and the rates, and in some cases i approached the operators of i around Hie cily lhat con- j the free service, charged by j (he Byam Caravan, with stitutcs an intrusion into (he the transit system has mount j the result thai the caravan was j commercial travel business. j that the taxpayers ai'e subsi- j provided wilh a free shuttle The letter gives examples of j dizing a private commercial service paid for by Ihe cily recent charter trips by city operation, contrary to the en- j a service formerly provided by j relaxation tire concept of a public trans- 1 Northern. 'regulations buses Lhat were formerly opcr- tire concept ot a pi alcd by Northern and which j portation sys'em. The calls for a review have resulted in a "serious loss It cites as an example the of what it terms "unwarranted of business'7 to the bus line. case in a representative and unfair" competition from a In oilier business, council will deal a recommendation j Municipal Planning Commission tiiat mere no relaxation or changes in the ns governing b a s e- tended the city is establishing i Northern's lawyers say that of the cily was alleged lo have public carrier. Cur-Motorcycle Crushes Six Injured In Accidents Vehicle collisions during the i collision Friday evening on 13th" weekend took their toll of 1 St. near 3rd Ave. S. young Lethbridge motor- j Driver of the ear was Cyril cyclists. Hoult of 140 14th St. N. Between Friday afternoon i Vehicle damage was and Sunday evening, three ac- j mated at afternoon three ac- cidents occurred involving cars and motorcycles, two at 13th St. S. near 3rd Ave., sending six persons to hospital with su- perficial or more serious in- juries. Lynn Rowley, 21, of Coaldale, reported in satisfactory condition this morning in Letb- }ridge Municipal Hospital fol- .owing a motorcycle car col- ision on 13th St. and 5th Ave. N. Friday about p.m. Rowley, the motorcyclist, is )eing treated for- a fractured vrist, nose and multiple abra- ;ions. Driver of the car. Jacqueline Green of 625 Stafford Drive, vas treated for facial lacera-. ions and released. M r s. jreen's 18-month-old baby was Iso released after treatment or lacerations. No estimate of damage to the :ar and motorcycle was given. Michael Wayne Skoog, 20, of icenic Drive, was reported in atisfsetory condition after he received a compound fracture of the leg in a motorcycle-cai- esti- Following Ibe third car motorcycle accident Sunday Richard Durocher, 16. of Leth- bridge, driver of the motor- cycle, and a passenger, Del- phine Adams, 14, also of Leth- bridge, were hospitalized. Both were reported in satis factory condition this morning Durocher with a broken right leg and Miss Adams with bruises and shock. The injuries were received when the motorcycle was in collision with a car driven by Otto Koopmans, 130 18th St. N., at 13th St. and 3rd Ave. S. Damage to the motorcycle was estimated at Scuba Divers Take Junk From Lake A group of Calgary scuba divers took a step to clean up the pollution in Walerton Lake. The divers, members of the Calgary Tritons Scuba Diving Club, and their guests, pulled out more than 500 pounds of empty bottles, broken glass, old tires and other assorted ob- jects. The project, a volunteer ef- fort, received high praise from T. Ross, park superintendent, who stressed the value of the service rendered by the divers in ridding the park of rubbish. George Dew Re-Appointed To Board Geroge Dew, head of the Lethbridge Public Library, has been appointed to his third term on the Alberta Library Board. Mr. Dew was first appointed to the seven-member board in 1966. He said that it is customary for members to retire after their second term, but because "there is a great deal of work in the machinery" which would lose its continuity, he and two others. G. H. Davidson, Medi- cine Hat, and G. G. Turner, Edmonton, have been reap- pointed. The board is the official pro- vincial government advisory body. LETHBRIDGE GUNNER Gnr. Alfred Gurr of Lerh- bridge, a member of the 18th Field Regiment, answers tt-Gen. Gilles Turcofs questions during the general's visit to the militia training camp a! Camp Wainwright. Gnr. Gurr was taking part in an artillery shoot as part of his qualification course at the northeastern Alberta camp. Gen; Turcot is commander of Forces Mobile Com- mand with headquarters in Montreal, and has over-all responsibility for the militia training in Canada. nient suites. In addition lo the MFC ruling, passed at last Wednes- day's meeting, council will also have before it a letter from Erwin Adderiey, the executive director of (he Oldnian River Regional Planning Commis- sion, lhat stales Ihere is no ap- parent method of accommo- dating a greater' number of basement suites by lowering development standards wilhout adversely affecting (he develop- ment of all types of two-family dwellings. Air. Adderiey's letter notes that relaxation of regula- tions proposed by Dwight Jen- sen, the University of Leth- bridge housing officer, would have undesirable effects upon over-all housing development in the city. GAS RATES Also on the agenda is a notice from Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. Ltd. stating its intention io apply to the Public Utilities Board for a gas rate increase. Deputy Mayor Rex Little said Friday the city will likely take no action on the proposed in- crease until it has seen the company's detailed submission lo the board. Council will also hear a re- port from the budget commit- tee, which met Aug. 4, to con- sider changes in the city's hos- pitality policy proposed by Al- derman Vera Ferguson. Tlie changes, which would have established specific rules for city sponsorship of such things as banquets and. con- ventions, were defeated by Ihe committee. The land sales committee will recommend that 10 lots be sold to Engineered Homes Lid. for a low-cost experimental housing project for per front foot, provided Ihe firm's appli- cation is approved by the prov- ince. CONVALESCENT SUB-QUALITY DRUGS ARE RECALLED Every week (he government issues o list of products thai they would like taken off Ihe market either temporarily or permanently. We have found lhat the majority of the drugs on this recall list are made by lesser known manufacturers whose products arc not usuaiiy stocked by pharmacists. When one of the larger well-known companies is listed if is usually at their own request and be- cause I hey have found something in their exten- sive testing laboratories. The public is being pro- tected by strict supervision of the medicines lhat can be dispensed, 50 you can have confidence in what your doctor prescribes and your pharmacist dispenses. DEAN APPOINTED TRAIL, B.C. (CP) Donald Couch, chairman of the depart- ment ot geography at Selkirk College, has been appointed dean of studies at the new re- gional college to be opened at Kamloops, B.C., in September. We at Draffin's make it a point lo give prompt efficient personalized service to each and every customer. May we serve you in the near future? DRAFFIN'S DRUG STORE DOWNTOWN ROD 327-3279 1ISPENSABY _ GFORRE .17R.A1.T" Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans-Unit 34 BINGO IN THE CtUBROOMS Tues., Aug. llth JACKPOT 535 Blackout in 53 Nos. For Members and Their Guests! French Group Here Thursday The fifth tourists to group of French visit southern Waterton Attendance Has Increase Visitor attendance at Water ton Lakes National Park shows a marked increase for the first seven months of 1970 over the same period last year. 1 This year, to the end of July berta this summer in Lethbridge Thursday. Sponsored by Relax Travel, the tour of approximately 150 persons will spend a day visit- shopping areas in Leth- bridge and will tour points of interest including the Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden. A bus tour to Waterton Lakes National Park precedes a n afternoon spent at the Pernod ranch near Beauvais Lake where the tour will watch a rodeo and be entertained at a barbecue supper. The final group of French tourists this season will arrive in Lethbridge Aug. 17. total of passengers in vehicles checked into the park, compared with passengers in 79.239 vehicles during the same period a year ago. The August 3rd long weekend also showed a significant in- crease with passengers in vehicles entering t'ne park compared with in 6.918 vehicles for the same weekend in 1969. 4-II Youths From South Win Awards Several southern Alberta 4-H members won awards at the 1970 4-H provincial selections school recently at the Olds Agricultural and Voca- tional College. A total 153 members attend- ed Ihe two-day testing pro- program, at the end of which time 31 were selected to rep- resent Alberta in out of prov- ince travel programs. Award winners from the south were, Wayne Love, Vul- can, Janis Patterson, Rolling Hills, Randy Thiessen, Coutts Keith Lane, Claresholm, Patt Sekura, Taber. Duran Perry Del Bonita and Wendy Millei of Lethbridge. Donna Wark of Mosslei; was selected I h e most out- standing 4-H member in the province, and was presented with the premier's award tro- bhy by Gordon Taylor. 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