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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ____________________________. Wedneiday, Augu't "72 THE IETHBRIDGE HtftAlD 'f SECRET CAVE Eerie interior of limestone cave discovered recently in the B.C. in- terior by oceanography student Paul Griffiths. The cave, the location of which is being kept secret, features an underground, gold-bearing river, white frogs, a hot springs "fes ond miles of unexplored galleries. CLOWNSlANIMALS CHAMPION EQUILIBRISTS DOZENS OF FEATURES Saturday, Aug. 26th at 2 and 7 p.m. In Iho GRANDSTAND IETHB3IDGE EXHIBITION G.ROUNDS Tickets available at aato ADULTS STUDENTS S3 EN (under 12) El. 50 68-year-old says being 'was PHINCH GEORGE, B.C. (CP) Aside from chasing off a grizzly bear with a fishing rod, 68-year-old Sam Kazcrman of San Diego said the five days ]ie spent lost in the woods south of here were boring. Mr. Kazcrman was found last week after he separated from the rest of his fishing party Monday on the trail back to their camp between Cluskus and Tsaclia Lake, about 40 miles south of Prince George iti British Columbia. lie had no food, no compass and not even a match because lie quit smoking some time ago. Mr. Kazerman said he be- came lost because of his own stupidity he couldn't tell the difference between a moose trail and the regular trail. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dnnla! Mechanic Suilo 8-304 5th SL S. Ph, 327-7244 The first night wss the worst. He said he climhcd to the lop of a bill to find out where he was and then heard a noise like the whole forest coming apart. J t was a gri zzly b ear. M r. said he panicked, grabbed his fishing rod nnd brandished it like a spear while screaming for help as the bear slogged toward him. The bear turned aside and left. He caught a trout on the scc- day and ate it raw, even though he said he wasn't hun- gry. The rest of the time was ing, He did things like follow a fence to fintl his way out only (o have (he fence end in the mittdle of nowhere. "Don't panic. Thai was the thing T lived tie said. Ho was found by AnLoino Bap- an Indian on horseback helping Mr. Kazerman's friends with the search. From then on the search op- eration took over, transferring him eventually to hospital. He wa s re leased after treatment for sunburn and flew back to San Diego Monday. 1251 3rd Avenue Soulh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES lOtli GAME JACKPOT IN 50 NOS. BONUS JACKPOT IN 55 NOS. IN 56 NOS. IN 57 NOS. If no hinyo culled aflor 57 nos., wo will conlmuo For NO ONE UNDEK 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, AUGUST 24-MOONGLOWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 25-MOONGLOWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 26-4 HITS AND A MISS TcJdayi. Showlirpes- PARAMOUNT Sliort "Junior Last Comolclc I'AKAMOUNT CINEMA Short SuhjccMs "What's Up Complete CINEMA "Blood "Body Conipietc Show OHKKN ACRKS DIMVK-IN "When B Hells Toll" "Ths Graduate" One Complete LOOK TO J'AST SYDNEV, N.S. (CP) Cape lirclon Development Corp. lias launched a sludy of Implications of restoring a steam rail link Ijciween here and Louisbourg, N.S., about 25 miles away. Staff members and students from the Nova Scotia Eastern Institute of Technology, financed by Devco, are looking at the feasibility of reopening the old rail (ink, ceased to operate several yeans ago, as one of the last working steam railways in Can- ada. NMV UNIKOKMS GREENWOOD, N.S. (CP) A spokesman at the air cadet summer camp at Cansdian Forces Greenwood says it is expecUxl that the three cadet services of Canada will be sporting new uniforms by Sep- tember, At present the cadet services are experiment- ing with a uniform similar to lliat of the regular (o.-ces. Tbo air cadets will continue with the cap and the army cadets the forge. The sea cadets are experimenting with the beret. STARTING FRIDAY RESTRICTED ADULT FRIENDS! ROMANS! COUNTRYMEN! LEND KEYOUR WIVES! TONIGHT and TKURS. DELUXE SHOWS AT AND P M. (HUH. BMMJK5 JOY OF MWIt n SKOUID BE si EYERYDM: STEVE MCQUEEN IONG CLIMB Paul Griffith of Victoria and Blake Killins of Hamilton, Ont. ex- plore mossive underground cave discovered in Juno 1971 SN THE CENTRE OF THINGS WED., AUG. 23rd VIMY LOUNGE TEiE FRANKLY BROTHERS' SAT., AUG. 26ih VIMY LOUNGE 'THE METROS' Royal Canadian Legion FRI., AUG. 25th BEAVER ROOM 'VINCE DITRICH' EDMONTON (CP) The i president of a consulting firm specializing in noise control in the construction industry says not enough attention is being paid to the prohlem. Eugene Bol.stad of Bolstad Engineering Associates Ltd. said in an interview his com- pany's involvement in noise cor.'-ro! has a dramatic increase in recent handled four limes a.s many projects last year as it did in the four previous years com- bined. he said, "one area in need of attention is awareness of planning authorities as to the implications of noise on con- struction Mr. Bolstad is disturbed by the number of apartment blocks built near busy inter- sections or under aircraft flight paths without provision lor i insulation. "Maybe they did it 10 years I in sheer ignorance, but there's no excuse for it today." N'oise pollution wasn't much of a problem hv buildings con- structed 25 years ago. he said. WRIIK MOKK MASSIVE "There was almost no air conditioning anct little, if any, mechanical ventilation. The buildings were more massive with heavy plaster that had good sound insulation. "In addition, (here wasn't as much outside noise from traffic (ind airplanes." N o i R n -control problems started in the 1 fl.50s wilh the SAT., AUG. 26th BEAVER ROOM 'MRS. MOORE' GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS 1st AVENUE AND 9th ST. S. rend towards high-pressure, ventilation systems and liglit- construction all ivailablc space in a building was occupied. As mechatiicaJ engineer, I >ccamc conscious of some of he profilcms; but I realized I knew little about Mr. Bulstad foynd there weren't any universities in Can- ada granting degrees in noise t so he cm barked on a self-education program, A large part of the firm's business comes from building owners and occupants unhappy with noise. The problems "arc usually caused by some inad- vertent oversight by the con- tract or designer." He said correcting noise, problems 'after t he fact1' is sometimes expensive and al- most impossible. "We're trying to get the mes- sage across to builders to fhink about noise problems as well." He said preventive measures taken when a building is under construction could hcJp avoid law suit by employees asking damages for loss of hearing. "The experience of com- ptinsation Ixmrds the last few years has a rapidlv rririfr number of claims for damaged hearing." The company hasn't done any research on the effect of noise, but. M r. Hoi st ad said per- sistent an d consist e n t n oise tends to put a person's nervous system under stress." "Noise is just one stress and it's so interrelated with other stresses." His cure for noise pollution Is reduction of noise at the source and separation from sources by space or barriers. To achieve that won't come overnight. All of the noise by- laws aren't going to create a pastoral scene in the middle of Edmontoti. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't be starting to try." SHOWING TONIGHT and THURSDAY RESTRICTED ADULT CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "10 nil.MNCi'fON' In color. Wednesday, Aug- giist n. Show nl p.m. Adull. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "DOLLARS" In color. Slnrrinfi (loldio llawn and War- ren lioallie. Wrdncsiny, August 2.1. Shmv at p.m. Restricted AduSI. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SHAFT" In eolor. Starring Hichard Tloimtrcc. Wed- nesday, AugiLSt 23. Show at p.m. Adnlt. FIRST SHOW Starts 7 p.m. GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT 9 P.M. Restaurant Cheers To A New Account Business luncheons, friend- ly meetings. Enjoy them more over a delicious meal "Dally Luncheon SPECIALS" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT IN THE "PUB" TAVERN Supper Club Song Styling} By "HUGH SYMONS' ond "HARRY MUNRO" TONIGHT and THURSDAY ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN i doyoafindiM Kre Robinson llhink jco'retke ncstaUraettw ofaD my parent THE OBADOATE] .t Eight Bells Toll'' GYRO BINGO FRIDAY FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT No picture has received such acclaim! Many are seeing it twice. Honestly it's a real treat Laughs galore HELD OVER 2 DAYS ITONIGHT and THURSDAY FAMILY SHOWS AT AND P.M. MUSIC LESSONS ENROLL NOW ACCORDION i FijiANO DRUMS ORGAN PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COLLEGE LTD. Phone 327-7524 ;