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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta SPECIAL EXCURSION FARES CALGARY LAS VEGAS 153.84 RTN. CALGARY LOS ANGELES 171.90 RTN. CALGARY PHOENIX 187.17 RTN. tox to abovt ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The LetKbridge Herald SECOND SECTION August 1973 PAGES 9 TO 16 LETHBRIDOE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Albtrta Phone 328-7411 CHAIRS Last getaway This relic of Bonnie and Clyde days Is even riddled abandoned near Vauxhall has made its last with bona fide bullet holes. The once-handsome vehicle Provincial court 2 MEN REMANDED TO WEDNESDAY Festival says co-ordinator A 56-year-old Edmonton man was remanded in cus- tody to Wednesday for plea for possession of a stolen ve- hicle when he appeared in provincial court Saturday. Rollin Letterman was ar- rested in Lethbridge Friday when found in possession of a vehicle allegedly stolen earlier in Edmonton. A 20-year-old Lethbridge man was remanded Saturday to Wednesday for plea for the theft of 70 records from Leister's Music 715 Paramount Theatre Bldg. The valued at were stolen last Tuesday. Terry Lee 537 15th St. was arrested Friday. Although attendance at the weekend Community Festival was the event was nonetheless a success. This is the conclusion of Frank director of the Community Outreach Pro- gram Society who co-ordina- ART DIETRICH DENTURE ClINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schworti Bldg. 222 Slh St. S. Phone 328-4095 Former V of L teacher killed in B.C. mishap AIR CONDITION NOW with the ROUND ONE Carrier ALCON REFRIGERATION LTD. SHEET MET AI and AIR CONDITIONING 2214 43 St. S. Ph. 327-5816 The University of Lethbridge has learned that one of its founding faculty members was killed recently in an automo- bile near B.C. Driving Lessons By the Hour Phone 327-1241 ABC DRIVING ACADEMY We pick you up in the ASTRO REALTY LTD. we sold a home let us sell yours. PHONE 328-7748 DR. R. S. FABBI OPTOMETRIST 314 8th Street South APPOINTMENTS PHONE 327-3331 Professor Aline of the modern languages depart- joined the faculty of fee U of L in 1967 following two years at instructing French at the Lethbridge Communiay Col- lege. At the time of her she was pursuing doctoral stu- dies at the University of Bri- tish Columbia. Workman m Information published Sat- urday along with a photo- graph of some old build- ings on the Herb Christie two miles south- east of was in er- Mr. Christie says. The buildings will be torn down and the land used for growing not for a feed- lot as was explained to The Herald by an employee of Mr. Christie. ted the festival. Several or- including Oppor- tunities For Youth and senior citizens' participated in the series of activities that started Friday evening and wound up with a rock con- cert at the exhibition grounds Sunday evening. Attendance at the Saturday morning breakfast and the wiener roast that evening was Mr. Clampitt as well as participation in bingo games. Although the games and arts and crafts didn't have a good Mr. Clam- pitt those who did at- tend enjoyed and was a lot of good inter- The festival was a new the director aimed at promoting commu- nity spirit and involvement. kind of community activities that go on in the small towns around us is what we're basically trying to he said. really done its part in opening up a new avenue in community he said. is something the exhibition isn't able to fulfill. Lethbridge is but there's still enough of the small town with us for us to have a community festival. I think it was a care E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Dental Bldg. Phone 327-6565 Floor Safes Insulated File Cabinets Home Vaults AVAILABLE NOW AT CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 319-7th ST. S. PHONE 327-4591 Wall Closet Safely Vaults PROTECT YOUR HOME AND OFFICE FROM THE DESTRUCTION OF FIRE AND BURGLARS- JUST TWO OF THE UNEXPECTED DANGERS AROUND YOU. centre at U of L A child care centre for stu- faculty and staff will open at the University of Lethbridge in act- ing students union president John Mclnnis says. The to be located in the Student Union Building will be in operation Monday through Friday for the aca- demic year. The reason for locating the centre on said Mr. is because students with children cannot afford to pay the high fees charged by private centres operating in Lethbridge. Mclnnis said he expects the cost to students using the centre on a full time basis should be less than per month. Faculty and be- cause they will be able to af- ford will be expected to pay more than students Ra- the service. The centre is being financ- ed through a subsidy by the university board of governors. Banff crash victims weekend Prairie deaths at 23 By THE CANADIAN PRESS Five members of two Al- berta families including a 21 month old child kill- ed in a two vehicle crash near Banff were among at least 23 persons who died in accidents on the Prairies dur- ing the weekend. A Canadian Press survey from 6 Friday to mid- local shows 13 dead in nine in Saskatchewan and one in Manitoba. The Alberta fatalities in- cluded eight in traffic one in a mountain- climbing one in a two by drowning and one by e'ectrocution. Sas- katchewan had one drowning and eight traffic fatalities- four in a two truck collision in Moose Jaw and Mani- toba's fatality was in traffic. Oas Eric Tonn. his 31- year-old wife Edith and their son all of were three of the five per- sons killed in the collision near Banff. Names of the two other adults killed have not been released. They are re- corted to be from Medicine Hat. Five children were injured in the collision. Two were released from Banff hospital two remained in serious and one was in critical condition in a Calgary hospital. Harold Garry of Smoky was killed Sunday near his home- 50 miles northeast of when tte car he was driving overturned after missing a sharp turn. Adele Giesbrecht. of and Dale Alexander of were killed Saturday when their car went out of control near Syl- van 10 miles west of Red Deer. Hans Rampold. 40. Saturday in a fire at his home in 80 miles north of Edmonton. Sgt. Joseph of Canadian Forces Base Ed- was killed Saturday in a mountain climbing fall on Victoria 80 miles west of Calgary. Emkil a 47 year- old farmer was electrocuted Saturday when a pipe touch- ed a high tension wire on his farm in Alberta's Vegre- ville district. Stacey Darren cf and Glen his would be rescuer following a boat ac-. drowned Sunday in Burnstrick Lake 45 miles west of Red Deer. In Victoria Es- of died Saturday when the car in which she was a passenger went out of control in Winni- peg's north end. In Douglas and Glen both of were killed Saturday when their car went out of control and rolled in a ditch south of 110 miles northwest of Saskatoon. A two-car collision Sat- urday near on the Manitoba- Saskatchewan killed Mark Alfred of Flin Man. Daniel of Xenon was killed Sat. urday in a car-train collision near 70 miles northeast of Saskatoon. A crash between a half-ton truck and a semi-trailer unit in Moose Jaw Friday night claimed the lives of Dinah Kelly Bev Hala and Phil all of Moose Jaw. Raymond of In Boggy 85 miles north of Saturday while attempting to assist a grand- child who was having diffi- culty in the water. The child was rescued. Aldermen to consider sewage bylaw amendments A rewritten sewage bylaw containing amendments de- signed to relieve the load put on the city's sewage treat- ment plant by Lethbridge in- dustries is before city council tonight. The amendments have been the subject of considerable discussion between the city and the nine major industries most affected for several months. They set out surcharges against industries that allow sewage containing more than 600 milligrams per liter of suspended more than 500 milligrams per liter of biochemical oxygen demand and more than 150 milligrams per liter of soluable grease to get into the sewage system. A previously amended by- law had been given two read- ings by council but was tabled in May when rep- resentatives of industry asked further negotiation on some of the proposed changes. The city feels that without stricter controls on industrial sewage a million expan- sion of sewage treatment fa- cilities will be necessary by 1975. In the new amendments particularly stiff penalties of 48 cents per pound and per day are set out if an in- dustry continues to allow grease in excess of 450 mil- ligrams per liter to escape into the sewage system fol- lowing a 30-day period of grace after tests first reveal- ed an excess. In other city council busi- ness tonight a recommenda- tion that all pasture leases in- side city limits east of the river be phased out goes be- fore aldermen. It is expected to be put aside for two weeks to the next regular council meeting when a feedlot control bylaw is to come before council. The committee handling the North Lethbridge swimming pool has a report to council that the firms of Mo- gridge and to be interviewed as architects for the new pool and the firm of H. W. Klassen and Associates of Calgary be interviewed for the mechani- plumbing and electrical work. Also for council information is a report from City Manager Tom Nutting on the campground situation which indicates an expanded Hen- derson Lake campground may come out of the city meeting in late September early October. The says Mr. will go a long way towards resolving the ques- tion of special needs with re- spect to camping or at least serve as a basis for a broad- der discussion involving all areas of the city suitable for campsites. Mr. Nutting suggests the development of campsites be co-ordinated at the council level so that a policy can be formulated on campground expansion or development either by the city or private capital after the overall de- velopment of the exhibition grounds is planned. Museum to apply for grant AKROYD'S HEATING AND GASFITTING 34-HOUR SERVICE WORK New Phono 328-2106 BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Av.. S. SPINACH THAT TASTES LIKE POTATO CHIPS Not too long ago nearly all medicines seemed to tatte pretty awful and just the thought of taking them unpleasant. today advanced developments in flavouring agents have made most medicines taste almost Along with the good comes some bad. When children no longer wince and make a bod face medicine-taking then it creates a special need to be extra careful. More caution must be ex- ercised to keep medicine containers out-ef-reach and tightly shut. just because it might taite like something good to eat it should never be re- ferred to in that way. WATCH OUT FOR THE SUNI SOME HELPFUL ADVICE Know your own tolerance for the sun. Start a few minutes the first day is enough. Increase exposure gradually. Midday sun It the strongest 10 A.M. to 2 P.M. water are reflecting surfaces and intensify the suns rays. DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN FREE CITY WIDE DELIVERY GEORGE RODNEY Haig Medical Bldg. 401 5th St. S. 601 6th Ave. S. Delivery Call 328-6133 Call 327-3364 The city will apply for a provincial grant for the Alexander Gait community services director Bob said today. Mr. Bartlett was respond- ing to an announcement by Horst minister of and who said the grants would be available for the current fis- cal year to museums which qualify in the province. Under the grant a basic grant would be given to museums plus a sup- plement of for each dollar raised in the 1972-73 fiscal year from sources other than FACTS OF LIFE YE5 ALTWOUW THE FANC- SITES ARE AJTvft POISONOUS IT IS no Noer WSNGtROOS THMJ A. COS- BlTTt ANY OTHEJZ AUirwM.. IT 8E.S TD WASH AND STCBIUZ.E WOUND HCWEVtO. Do you need to This make just 1 stop and get every- thing you need at SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. 316 7th Street South Phono 328-2301 provincial and federal gov- to a maximum of Mr. Schmid said the pur- pose of the new funding is to assist in upgrading the oper- ations of existing Alberta museums in such aspects as collections and cura- torial work. Certified Dental CLIFF BLACK DENTAL MBNCAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower Level PHONE 327-aeaa Super HOOVER MODEL 8502 AUTOMATIC 2 SLICE TOASTER Modern styling. Select-a- shado control. Just right toast every time. Easy to clean crumb tray. Color range adjuster. Reg. 95 SPECIAL 1 7' Call 327-5767 DOWNTOWN THE AUCTION BLOCK 2508 2nd AVE. N. LICENSE 1553 Aug. p.m. OAK CORNER CHINA CABINET WITH CURVED GLASS FRONT ROUND OAK TABLE BLACK and GREY TWEED FOLD DOWN LOUNGE ONE HORSE CUTTER 39 WAGON WHEEL BUNK BEDS if SET OF SIX DINING ROOM CHAIRS ic LOVELY 2 and 3 PIECE BEDROOM SUITES SELECTION OF DRESSERS and CHESTS -k OAK ROCKER if PLUS MANY FINE ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST Pins many others too numerous to mention. Sale goods may be viewed any day prior to sale. COMING SALE We ore now accepting consigned goods for our Antique and Bygone Aug. a.m. Fabulous selection of furniture and Large consignment of Eastern Canadiana CATALOGUES FREE ON REQUEST-PHONE 327-1222 Wo Welcome ATI Consigned Goods. Pick-up service for consigned goods available. Phone 327-1222 JOHN BEREZAY Lie. No. 903 ;