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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Auguit 1973 THE HERALD _ 3 miles from home D'ARCY R1CKARD photo Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bachman of wheel their bikes through Lethbridge en route to Banff. Averaging about 450 miles a they're seeing c lot of country on their two-week vacation. I brought Bachmans take a breather too many says Mrs. Mary Lou head nurse at Chelsea Community Mich. only need about two changes of blue jeans on a trip like Goodbye drug scene By D'ARCY RICHARD Herald District Editor Two bikes doodling down Mayor Magrath Drive. licence Michigan. Who are Let me tell you. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bachman of lation about 75 miles west of a vio- lence prone area. Bob Bachman heads the 90- man narcotics department for the Jackson Police De- partment. His lovely wife Mary Lou is head nurse at the Chelsea Community Hospital. She commutes the 21 miles from Kick the Smokers Dial 327-4000 For recorded help in overcoming the tmoking habit. Jackson on her motorbike. Two very interesting peo- ple. Here's a line from their lives. They buzzed along through Michigan and Il- through Wisconsin and through North Dakota and Montana. Now they're here. Not like the hitch-hikers. Something different. T w o very professional people get- ting away from it all on a couple of motorbikes. PACKED TOO MUCH packed too many says Mrs. Bach- man. two changes of blue jeans and sweat warm gear and cold gear insulated boots and tennis shoes and a two-man pup that's all you Says took way too many shirts and too much They've got two weeks to forget the the run- away emergency the bottom end of today's scene. AWAY FROM IT jusi getting away from the says Mrs. Bachman. want to forget I'm a narcotics says Bob. His job entails a daily probe of fraudulent documents. Runaway He trend is up. Because we have a Ipt of youth hostels. These kids can crash these youth hostels for the night. they had to go back home and face the old man and old lady and grow up a little I think it would probably solve a lot of our problems. they know they have a place to go if they have a placs to sleep out of the why go home and face the old Man and wife want to see Banff and Lake Louise. They've got six all at home. oldest son was here a month ago on that bike says Mr. Bachman. talked so much about Alberta we had to see How long did you plan this don't think we have planned it They rev up and wave goodbye. Tonight it's a restful sleep in a two-man pup tent beside beautiful Lake Louise. District Hews I In Brief We re holding a table... Carmangay thrills hundreds For you CARMANGAY Car- mangay's recent Agriculture Fair and Lion's Sports Day drew a good attendance at all events. The Licnettes were kept busy serving pancakes from 8 to 10 a.m. At the parade got under way with many entries. The Claresholm band sup- plied music. Fair entries were judged and opened to the public at There was a good variety of entries in most classes. The continued dry weather and severe windstorm the day before cut down on some of the vegetable and flower en- tries expected. An antique display was well stocked. The Little Bow Community Hospital Auxiliary had a very busy white elephant sale. Barbecued beef was enjoyed by many at noon at the Lion's sports grounds. Horseshoe games and ball games were played during the afternoon. A dance wound up a very busy day. Where memorable evenings are made 7 days a impeccable service complements a dining standard of excellence. At Sven Ericksen's Family en atmosphere of congeniality surrounds a tradition of vsestem exemplified in the Westwinds Dining Room. Go once and you'll return. ph. 320-7756 family restaurant Wenbourne joins airport committee TABER Councillor Lynn Wenbourne will represent the Taber MD council on the Taber municipal airport ad- ministration committee. Other members are chair- man Ken McDonald of the town Morris Thomp- a local and Jack Kinniburgh of Kinniburgh Snraw WINS AGAIN FORT MACLEOD Len Zoeteman of the Fort Mac- leod 4-H Beef Club was chosen as the top 4-Her for the province of Alberta. The Grade 12 grad- uate has won honors in public speaking for the past two years and again came up with the best. COALDALE The Barons Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school Aug. in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. Aug. in the health unit office in the ad- a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. Aug in the elementary school from to 3.30 p.m. Aug. in the elementary school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. Aug. in the health unit office stairs in the town office build- from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. Aug. in the health unit office in the administration from 10 a.m. 12 noon and to 4 a.m. Aug. in .he school from to p.m. For social service appoint- ments telephone. Coaldale 345- or Taber 223-3911. The medical officer of health urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against contagious disease and tooth decay. Information on venereal a mounting lealth is readily available. All discussions will be fully confidential. FRESH BREAD STRAW. JAM GROUND COFFEE SOFT DRINKS PIONEER brown or liked 20-01. net wt. loaf 4 for ARGOODPURE..............24 fl. oz. tin EDWARDS Regular or Fine Grind Vac pak 1-lb. tin Regular or Low assorted flavours 10 fl. oz. zip top tin 79 99 1 for PLUS 2c PER TIN DEPOSIT SAUCE TOWN Canado Fancy 14 fl. oz. tin 0 ORANGE JUICE BEL frozen concentrate 6Vi fl. oz. tin 5.1 5J .00 BEANS with PORK or SPAGHETTI IN TOMATO SAUCE AND CHEESE TASTE TELLS........ 14 fl. oz. tin PEACH HALVES ICE CREAM ENCHANTED ISLE p AUSTRALIAN FANCY 14 fl. or. tin UJ for pint SNOW 4 flavors to choose from ctn. 3 TOMATO SOUP POTATO CHIPS COTTAGE CHEESE Large or Small Curd or M.F........................ 12-or. net wt. tub TOWN HOUSE or condensed TO fl. 01. tin for OLD 5 to mix or match 8-8Vi-oz. net wt. pkg. LUCERNE CREAMED 2J5 CORN on COB ALBERTA FRESH HYDRO COOLED CANADA NO. 1 for 79 C itCHUCK ROAST Canada Grade A Beef Ib. FROZEN SALMON CHICKEN TINY 2-5 Ibs......Ib. MANOR FROZEN CANADA GRADE A WHOLE Ib. 1 i .19 .39 PRICES EFFECTIVE IN LETHBRIDGE AUG. 1973 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CANADA ;