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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, August 17, 1971 Study of Oldman nears completion By RICHARD BURKE Staff Writer Twenty-one local high school and college studcnls are near- ing completion of a studv to de- termme man's physical and chemical effects on the Old- man River. The project, which was ini- tiated with a federal grant, is part of the Opportuni- ties for Youth Program and covers approximately 170 miles of the Oldman PJvcr from 40 miles northwest of Coleman tn a point five miles north of Grassy Lake where the Old- man meets the South Saskatch- ewan River. The students began taking samples of the river water June 9 to idialyze it for the presence of phosphates, fluorides, nitrogen, oxygen, al- gae, cloudiness and smell. The last sample will lie taken Aug. 13 at which time the stu- dents will draw their conclu- sions from the sample analysis and prepare to publish a repo1 in terms the general public can understand. Dave Balfour, who supervises the project with Gary Lawrence, expects the re- port to be completed by Sept. 15. Ealfour emphasizes that the study is not "la gel at pol- but to determine what is in the river and to make the information available to the public. The samples have shown the river to be high in dissolved oxygen, necessary for fish lo survive, and low the acknowledged pollutants such as phosphates and industrial wastes, he said. However, he said towns along the river tend to mini- majly treat their sewage and expect the river to complete the decomposition. Consequent- ly, the group has found a per- ceptible increase in murky wa- ter near Lethbridge and Pic- lure Butte where the sewage is dumped. SUE BALFOUR, LYLE MILLER using spcclropliolomcter Vancouver 'Gastowii' nasty scene Dy I.AnilY BENNETT Staff Writer A Lelhbridge resident wife were witness to some of last weekend's "GastOHTi riot" a large, entertainment and tourist oriental "oldtime" area of downtown Vancouver. When interviewed he agreed to tell what he had seen, but asked his name be withheld he- cause of his professional stand- ing in the community. His eye-witness account fol- lows. liWe just going out to dinner at about 10 p.m. Satur- day. Suddenly we saw three police, motorcycles and three cops directing traffic, and ap- I parently closing off an area. ALLEN HERBST tcsls water samples How to beat the heat medically speaking The best medical advice on: A common lotion made by how t> stay at peak health in many sun-worshipers by mix- the hot weather is to exercise I ing haby oil and iodine could common sense. j result in skin irritation. A city doctor suggested the! The doctor said the baby oil following additional prccau-! alone is not in the least bit Fluorides petition seeks plebiscite Lethbridge citizens may have a chance to express their opin- ions on fluoridation when Octo- ber's civic election rolls around. Plans are being made for a petition asking for a plebiscite to be held with the election. Dr. L. C. Mathesen, dental officer with the Lethbridge health unit, said he hoped lo have the petition placed in den- tists' offices by the end of the week. It would be available for signing by anyone wanting a fluoridation plebiscite. While (he Lethbridge and District Dental Society is not iocal dentists there should be no trouble in obtaining enough signatures for the petition. The Municipal Government Act sets out no percentage of electors that must sign a peli- tion in order to force a iscite on fluoridation. A petition simply gives city gives city council an indication of public sentiment. It is then up lo council to decide whether to include the plebiscite iu the civic election. Council in April Ihis year voted not to include the fluori- dation issiK in the election un- less Uiere was pressure for it the official sponsoring body for i from the public. tions, however, for fitness in harmful and be used by j (he petition, it has long sup-' If a plebiscite were held. the current heat wave: the but iodine is Wear a hat while in the skin irritant and if enough were to prevent heat stroke. used a rash could result. Don't spend any unnecessary time outside when it is hot. If your job requires you to work in the sun, salt tablets should be taken to replace the salt lost in perspiration. Avoid drinking a lot ot liquids while working loo much liquid intake will dilule the body's salt content and can cause heat cramps. If thirst is unbearable, drink slightly warm water. The addi- tion cf cold water to a warm stomach and intestines may ported fluoridalion. flouridation could be approved Dr. Matheson said he expect- by a simple majority 50 per ed that with the co-operation of I cent of voters. LMT postpones play By J0.4.V BOIVMAM Stall Writer Lelhbridge Musical Theatre has decided to postpone its for Montana, his Home slale. i II- Mells has been out of the Rehearsals were also ham- city for the past five weeks while attending an arts admin- istration course at Harvard Busbess School in Boston. A few rehearsals had been pered by the cast members' in- volvement in the Whoop-Up Days grandstand stage show, summer musical, How To Sue- and the withdrawal of a coupic cecd in Business Without Really I of experienced actors who held i held in July under the direc- tion of Joan Waterfield, Ellyn By LARRY BENNETT Staff Writer lion, up-keep and general re- Lethbridge is in the midst of pairs nay Ire made by the own- a bicycle boom. Tlie city police report 987 fun." bicvele licences have been "They were pretty officious in their attitude, and were shov- ing a lot of people and being quite gruff with those unable or unwilling lo move away rapidly. "We went further down the street f.nd passed a park where some yippies were apparently having a rally, many of them were yelling at the police. "As we wstched two vans arrived and unloaded about 20 riot control police thty all had hard hats, shields and long night-sticks. "The police didn'l chase any- one the park, but they cleared the street and surround- ing area. They appeared to be swinging indiscriminately at persons in the crowd. "I saw the police poke an old man in I lie crowd in the back several limes because he was not able lo move fast enough hey didn't appear to hurt him at all. The manner of die police was quile offensive. Most of Ihc people in Hie crowd thought the action of the police was quite uncalled lor and many of them were quite incensed. "One man in Ihe crowd was from Minneapolis, Minnesota and lie said, 'the police here re- mind me of home.' j "I saw a couple of Mds bash- ed in the head they were j shouting, but not fighting. "At four horse-mounted poli.'cmen were helping hurry the crowd along. On one occas- ably priced transportation: they tween the same streets and the I ion I saw a mounted policeman offer convenient family recrea- sections of Stafford Drive and j gallop head-long inlo the crowd. 27lh Slreet N., between 9th and anj it's a wonder someone was 5th Ave. N. i not hurl. City police recently started a onc inlerseclion near the park 1 heard a lot of loud pounding. WTien I turned I saw JOHN CrfAN', DAVE BALFOUR careful chemical analyses numbers increase on Lethbridge streets er: and bikes are "just plain campaign of ticketing to en- One cycle salesman was j courage the use of cycle lic- formerly scheduled to small but important roles. j run four nights in September at The meeting Wednesday of Mells and Lily Larter. A local bicycle shop employee i persons may he becoming maxe ure muscles spasm andj Yatos Centre remaining decided to Lethbridge Musical Theatre said only M lightweight three! aware a gas-powered vehicle is Director Dick Mells said he forego a September production j has sponsored the past two or ten speed bicycles were sold sued to date. The total issued; quick lo point out bicycles don't i cnscs. and also lo remind all' a en iplenl Ihc police pounding during the entire year of 1970: leave fumes which can pollute j cyclists they must follow all i on an Ow Volkswagen Bus fur was 877. Ihe environment, and many traffic rules Ihcy may be I tickelci. if thev do not. cause cramps. Noticeably- warm canteen water is the best to drink when working in summer heat. -IIIUJ1CL llcdL. 1----------------------- D------i- Protection from sunburn is 'take on tlle as a I an important consideration and possibly in early I the suggests use of a will suggest to Lethbridge' sincp not enough lime remains summer musicals: Liltle Mary Youth Theatre that the group i Ior rehearsal. i Sunshine and Your Own Thing. not really needed for l.-ansporlalion. no apparent reason with their nightsl icks. They didn't slop nn- A cyclist riding at night with, ln tno bus turned around and 1972. sun screen lotion, not a sun How to Succeed, a 1962 Pul- tan lotion. I itzer Prize-winning play, was to The purpose of a sun screen j have featured a cast of 23, lotion is to keep the harmful I largely Lethbridge high school burning rays of the sun from and university students. hitting the skin. The doctor said However Uic lead, David some of the newer lotions allow Hunt, left the city in early July a slight bit of tanning to and, for reasons unknown, did but that was not their specific) not return. He has not been heard from since he departed TIRED OF HORSES CHEWING YOUR FENCES? Paint your stalls, fences, etc. with CRI6BER PAINT A liberal coat of cribber paint will stop your horses from chewing the wood if rubbed off in spots just touch up, WHITE ONLY INTRODUCTORY OFFER AC PER GALLON, ONLY Q AVAILABLE ONLY AT Glidden Paint Centre 318 7th St. S. Phone 328-4595 FOR SALE OWNED HANSFEBRED. Well cared for square foot, three bcdroomcd bungalow in College Grove Area. Half- bath off Mailer Bedroom. Dining area olf living-room. Family iliftd kitchen. Existing mortgage at Phono for show- ings. EXCtUSIVE. CANADA TRUST Corner 71 h St. and 3rd Avo. 5. Phone 327-8581 Kishinena caravan set this weekend The annual Kishinena Four- Aug. 16 at Waterton Lakes Wheel Drive Caravan is set, tional Park. for this weekend, Aug. 15 and) Brochures sent to chambers I of commerce and four-wheel- j drive clubs in the area erron- I eously scheduled the event [or The city has been quick to or reflectors is brcak- law and may he ticket- in the same manner as a recognize Ihe upsurge in cycl-i car driver tor thc sai11c j cars passed. ists, and has established sug-j gested bicycle routes in the permit in Ihe J9G8-1969 serson; more than SCO cycles were sold in the season and more than 500 of this type ot cycle j have been sold so far this sea- son. j He said the demand for hi cycles in Lcthhridge is far greater than the existing sup- persons have made and Mayor at 1722 deposits on cycles and ask us Magrath Drive, i to call them when one comes j The Henderson he said. ten. "I did poimdui! not see the police on any of the newer Henderson Lake area on Park- side and South Parkside Dnve, extending lo Lakeview Drive' Henderson Lake Blvd.; Lake- A building permit has been issued to the Ford Motor Company for renovations The 10-speed multiple-sprock- et bicycle seems to the most j popular kind available, though Listings Board of name of from the Western Music omitted the Elizabeth StiUwell from candidates in the Grade 4 piano examinations. The omission was carried over in The Herald listings last week. Miss Stillwell achieved the highest mark in Grade 4 piano examjnalions held by the board in Lethbridge. The correct list for first-class honor candidates in the class is (with names noted in order of Elizabeth Slillwcll; Shelley Irvine; IVfelisa .Spackman; De- lani Spackman; Martha Kap- lan. and Paul Letkemann; Lilli- an Letkemann and Mary dc Jourdaji and Lennea Osecn; K 1 a i n e Heilander; Maude Baier. Drive to IDlh Ave. S., including a part of 14th St., 20lh Ave. some older persons prefer the j the Scenic Drive service road. Waterton Chamber of Com-1 simpler three-speed models. A route on Ihc north side hns The 10-speed bicycles range shore Road; Lakeside Road j an addition to an existing car 3rd Ave. S. i College Mercury Sales Ltd bdKe route -i, continues along Mayor Magrath KmW the Premises when ._.. J_ "In a very short time the en- I tire park area was sealed off I and I wasn't able to see what else happened. I read later in the paper 75 persons had been arrested and there had been a'jout 75 persons in the part u I passed il." work is completed in October. meroe sponsors the caravan j which will leave from Watert- jn prjce from S80 to S1SO, and ton and travel west 'over an old oil explorers' hush trail to the Flathead River at the B.C.- Motana border. Manuel Cohen, Waterlnn Chamber of Commerce presi- dent, said he expects approxi- mately 100 persons tn partici- the medium-priced S100 to cycles seem to he most popu- lar, if local sales can be an index for popularity. Cycle shop owners gave sev- eral reasons for the current booTi, which included: cycling is a good way to become and also been perimeter Ave. N. between Stafford Drive and St. N.; 5th Ave. he- developed, and is outlined by SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS S110 INSTALLED Phone 328-2176 Inserted by Dick Groy Campaign Organization pate ir 'the caravan which in-: remain physically fit; cycles are eludes a fishing derby. I good, dependable and reason. Chinook Club hike The Chinook Outdoor Cluh will meet at 7 a.m. Saturday in Watcrton to take a boal from the townsite to the ranger's cabin near Hell-Roaring Creek. Afler an overnight camp at the shelter near Crypt Lake, a climb will be made to Vimy Ridge and thc penk on Sunday, Climbers will then rclum to Waterton Lake, to the YMCA cnmp where milos have been Thc Irck is open to all inter- eslcd persons, and participants arc nskcd to brine a tent filong if possible. For information tele- phono 328-72S5, 327-06.10 or 327- 7559, MOISTURE EMULSION The New Beauty Blend Molsluri20rs nnd emollients blended Inlo a delicalo cream. Merle Norman's Moislure Emulsion provides a dewy-fresh completion surface that lets mnkft-up glldo on smoolhly and nuenly. Works day and night lo old In replenishing Ihe lost oils and molnluro necessary (or n rndlanl and youthful complexion. From tho Sheer Series by Merlo Norman Cosmellcs. MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE COUEGE MAU 328-1525 Wigs (YEAR END SALE) 1971 VEGAS The lilllo cor thai does everything well rides well, ilopi well, jtepj out well and givei YOU around 30 miles lo lha gallon. 1972 Cor Prices Wiii Be Up Now's the Time To Buy! Take advantage cf our 1971 year end sale. Choose from sadans, station wag- Jons, panels and hatchbacks. CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE 2nd Ave. and 8th SI. S, Ph. 327-3147 ;