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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta SPECIAL EXCURSION FARES CALGARY LAS VEGAS 153.84 RTN. CALGARY LOS ANGELES 171.90 RTN. CALGARY PHOENIX 187.17 RTN. tax to ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CINTRI VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION August 1973 PAGES 13 TO 28 Alberto lowtr Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Phone 32S-7411 ADDING MACHINES Moved out RICK ERVIN photo With these signs up buildings will soon come down. Demo- month. Construction work on the Woodwards complex will begin Jen. 1. litlon work in the downVown redevelopment area is expected to begin Premier Peter Lougheed and other cabmet mmi.ten will Mayor shortly The city hcs already begun relocating utilities out of the Andy Anderson and c.ty hall officials m turmnq the sod Sept. 18 for tearing up pavement on 4th and 5th Streets S. while Woodwards is the new provincial administration building to go up alongside the expected to hire a contractor to do the demolition work by next Woodwards an.d for the new bridge to the west side. offered in search for young Montana girls A reward is being of- fered for information leading to the location of two girls missing for al- most three and be- lieved kidnapped. Parents and friends of nine- year-old Jessica Westphal and Karen missing from OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES their Marion homes since July are offering the mon- ey in an attempt to provide new leads in the search. Mar- ion is about 25 miles south- west of Kalispell. Almost from the day the girls were reported Flathead County Sheriff's of- ficials have been hampered by an almost total lack of information. have disappeared without a Flathead County Sheriff Curt has said. It is believed the girls have been possibly by a young man driving a 1M7 to 1954 red either a CMC or Chev model. The man is described as wearing with light brown possibly tied In a about five-feet 10- inches tall and weighing about 155 pounds. A minister is apparently the last person to see the two girls on July 31. He has said he saw them talking to a young man driving a red pick-up truck. The reward is being adver- tised in a wide area surround- ing Montana and police for- ces in both Canada and Cie United States are co-oper- ating in the search. Jessica Westphal Is de- scribed as having long brown hazel eyes and was last seen wearing faded pink-strip- ed slacks. UofL summer classes enrolment 65 over 1972 The University of Lethbridge summer session classes were attended by 65 more students than in says the U of L registrar. Jack Oviatt suggests the increase Indicates the uni- versity is offering the kinds and length of courses people want during the summer program. A total of 921 students attended the summer program this year. Southern corn tour set for Aug. 30 The annual corn tour in Southern Alberta is scheduled for Aug. 30. Sponsored by the Alberta SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS S12O INSTALLED Phone 328-2176 Certified Dental Mechanic CLIFF BLACK DENTAL LABB MIDICAL DENTAL BLDG. lower Level PHONE 327-2822 BEATTY LIQUID MANURE SPREADERS Spread over 4000 per hr. The all new 800 and 1400 gallon Beatty liquid Manure Spreaders are the most versatile machines available. Besides being a vacuum pressure a pressure hatch at the top rear of the tank allows loading with a separate pump. This special feature is not available in other vacuum spread- ers. As it only takes a few minutes To fill and spread with the Beatty Liquid Manure as many as six loads an hour have been drawn off and spread in ihe field. This Is only a fraction of the time and effort required by other methods. Distributed by Oliver Industrial Supply Ltd. 236 36th ST. N. LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-1571 803 46th AVE. S.E. CALGARY 243-5551 Milk River to have Uofl classes Courses in geography and oral German will be offered to the communities of Coal- dale and Milk River this fall as part of the University of Lethbridge's public service program. The geography course will provide a in-depth series of lectures in economic and geographic subjects per- taining to Southern Alberta. It will be offered at Milk Riv- er at a fee of for adults and AIR VAC f 1811 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 328-0286 Power furnace cleaning PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6th St. S. and 1514A 9th Ave.S. PHONE 327-4141 327.5151 327-7771 hour service tailoring blocking and leather processing pleat drapery processing for students and senior cit- izens. The oral German recommended for persons who have not studied the language will be held in Coaldale in Thursday evening sessions from Oct. 4 to Dae. 6. Fees for the course are for adults and for senior citizens. The two non-credit courses are open to all interested per- sons regardless of academic background. Corn the tour will start at the Lethbridge Re- search Station plots and then move to the Tony Birch eight miles east of to view corn harvesting opera- tions with equipment from many machine dealers in the area. Following lunch at the Birch the tour will move to the government test plots north of Taber to view hybrid crossbred varieties of corn. A grain corn field at Tajiri six miles north and four miles east of Vauxhall will be evaluated. Corn silage used to produce high quantities of livestock will be viewed at Lakeside Feaders of Brooks and L and K Ranches of Eassano. County tax appeals will be withdrawn By WARREN CARAGATA Herald Staff Writer A Lethbridge lawyer will withdraw an appeal against the county tax assessments of the seven County of Lethbridge councillors. Steve who also owns some land in the county east of told The Herald Friday that he had or- iginally planned the appeals in the county court of revis- ion Aug. 29 in an attempt to make the councillors listen to the of small land owners who do not make a livelihood from the land. The assessments of council- lors Jim Miro Tom- Otto Henry John Steve and Reeve Dick Pap- worth were to have been re- viewed. was going to claim that each of them don't make a living off one quarter and force to snow their financial records to embarrass Mr. Denecky said. he he has now spoken to the councillors per- sonally and finds them bloody He thinks they will Bow consider lowering the assess- ment rate on non-farm- ing land holdings. But if Tney 'Til appeal their as- sessments next The provincial cabinet changed the assessment rate on small holdings in an at- Denecky to properly tax wealthy oilmen who were building mansions on 10-acre sites which were then assessed as farm buildings. Mr. Denecky said that ha and other property owners in the area are fanning their land to a certain extent and are not using the property for speculation purposes. he they are going to tax us as small hold- they should let us do what we want with our An association of small land owners has been formed and they plan to present their case in a brief to the provin- cial cabinet when they meet in the dry Sept. 18. The assessment change dir- ected at oilmen has back-fir- ed and the county should have the power to decide how par- ticular parcels of land Should be he said. The wealthy can raise some kind of fancy Mr. Denecky make a net in- come of over and still have their property taxed as farmland. Taber chip plant to open Sept. 1 Alberta's third potato chip processing plant is expected to begin operation Sept. 1 in Taber. Southern Alberta Snack Foods with head offices in has accepted a federal Department of Re- gional Economic Expansion grant of for estab- lishment of the plant. The project will create 14 jobs for Taber district Potato chips and corn made from grain corn grown in the will be processed. Frank manager of Southern Alberta Snack said in a telephonne interview Friday that the majority of the grant is to be used for purchase of equip- ment The entire opera- tion will be located In part of a building owned by Mar- athon Realty. Alta Fresh packager and pro- cessors of fresh is the other building occupant. Mr. Gatto said NorChip the variety used in the chipping have been contracted from farm- ers in the area by his com- pany. Any stocks needed to fulfill the plant requirements will be over the counter from he said. The plant will base its op- erations in Alberta with main marketing thrusts centred in Medicine Red Deer and Ed- monton. Distribution of the has a short shelf will be by standard utilizing good delivery and sales techniques. The with 96 per cent of the shares owned by Al- bertans from Calgary is entering a tough says Mr. Gatto. recognize the Old Dutch company as a competitor not to be taken he says. there is room for ex- cellent product which will find room on the award given Picture Butte woman Marshall's to apply for gov't money Between and wrecked cars will be under provincial government from the yards of Marshall Auto Wreckers saving the city an estimated City Manager Tom Nutting said Friday. Mr. Nutting said Marshalls is the only Lethbridge wreck- er he knew of which took ad- vantage of the government offer to remove derelict autos from their yards. Fritz Sick pool to close for 12 days The Fritz Sick indoor pool in the Civic Sports Centre will be closed from Aug. 20 to Aug. 31 for general main- tenance and a new coat of paint for the pool basin. The Henderson and Lions outdoor pools will remain open dur- ing this period. E. S. P. FOX Certified Denial Mechanic POX DENTAL LAB LTD. M4 Medical Denial Phone ASTRO REALTY LTD. we sold a home let us sell yours. PHONE 328-7748 Beat The ADMIRAL B.T.U. AIR CONDITIONERS While They Last LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES 905 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-4456 A 1973 graduate of the Uni- versity of Lethbridge has re- ceived a scholarship of to pursue the study of library sciences. Jeanette of Picture was presented with the scholarship at the 28th annual conference of the Canadian Library Association held this summer in Nsw Brunswick. When working as co-ordinat- or of library sciences at the U of she established eight school libraries for the County of Lethbridge and was one of four U of L students to gradu- ate with great distinction Jn May. intends to study library science at the University of Alberta. BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Installations Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave.S. LEONARD D. BARRISTER SOLICITOR NOTARY PUBLIC Wishes to Announce The Opening of an Office For the Practice of Law at 1709 20th Alberta P.O. Box 1360 But. 345-4416 327-65S7 ALBERTA ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th SI. S. Phone 328-4095 Half PYREX STORE SEE STORAGE CONTAINERS 80 or. Avocado or whito with screw-on airtight cov- ers. Priced from 1.39 to 2.79 CLEARING AT Call China 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Are you planning a ban- wedding reception or gathering Let us prepare and servo a delicious meal to your exact specifications. THE LOTUS BANQUET ROOM for up to 125 persons is available at all times. Phone early for reservationsl JUST CALL 327-0240 OR LOTUS Across From The CPft Depot A portrait by Terry Bland Photography is an investment in lasting pleasure that will continue to reward vou with satisfactio n for as lone as you live. TERRY BLAND PHOTOGRAPHY LTD. NOW WITH 3 LOCATIONS TO Sf RVt YOU HOUSE COLLEGE MAIL STUDIO TABER STUDIO IMA 9Hl AVI 327-2673 329-0211 223-2402 ;