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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Cold mix surfacing wins trial (IINSI Five miles of municipal roads arc be ng oiled in preparation for cold mix surfacing. This mcllKKl lias an advan lagc over hard surface as Ihc gravel is never lost. Holes can be graded oul and ihe oiled gravel reused, says one official lere. Tile four roads being done arc to the golf course, east from (he cemetery, west past Ilocking's lo Highway 5 and west past John Bibo's and J A. Ririe's [eedlot. Two miles will also be done a Del Bonita. This is itie first trial of using a different method for road maintaining in this municipali- ty but S. M. Ririe, municipal representative, has confidence of its success after seeing re- sults in other areas. Aids businesses CJWNBnoOK The province's newest branch of the Industrial Development Bank, a federal agency dealing in term loans to small busi- nesses, has opened here and is occupying the entire second floor of the new Professional Building on lllii Ave. near Ba- ker St. Promoted from assistant manager of the IDE branch at Prince George, K. E. Neilson, originally of Magrath, is man- ager of this new branch. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mecha Capitol Furniture Bldg. 328-7684 RE 1 1 1 nic 1 g. 1 Ihunday, Auguit 19, 1971 THE LETHBRIOGE HERAID 17 Fewer Wl members this year Children to camp out on shores of Oldnwn River WARNER