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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE UTHQRIDGE HERALD Friday, Auijuit 25, 1972 fpF YU. ..WW- i fV? FEEDING TIME When it's iunchtime, our fine feathered friends throw eliquelle to the as three Victoria yoL-ngslers discover while doling out bread to enthusiastic mallards. TEAM IRONS. 4 O QO 13.88 Rog. 18.99. SALE MACLEODS CIGARETTES By Iho Carton All Popular 37 Reg. 4.69 and 4.59 SPECIAt PRICE, ON'iY, CARTON Jelly Rolls, Lemon Rolls Chocolate Rolls SALE .00 CENTRE VILLAGE IGA EXTRA VALUE SUITS Resj. to 125.00 SALE .66 TIP TOP TAILORS SUITS WITH TWO PANTS Reg. 150.00 SALE '99 TIP TOP TAILORS SLACKS Double Knit and Reg. lo 22.00. SAIE Limilorl Sektrion TIP TOP TAILORS HAWAIIAN POPYCOCK CANDY 10-oz. can. Rnrj. 1.33 SALE MACLEODS UNIVERSAL CLAMP-ON TRAILER MIRRORS Rccj. 9.50 ;ALE MACLEODS 10" FI.EETWOOD PORTABLE BLACK AND WHITE TELEVISION Solid tlalo SPECIAL IOW PRICE MACLEODS .77 TOOL ASSORTMENT ONE LOW PRICE MACLEODS Mall That Has It All 13th Sfreer and 2nd Avenue North Changes proposed for complex NATAL (IINS) At the.reg- lar meeting of the District of panvood council, ICgon supervisor for Hie oust met ion of tlie recreation duplex in Sparwood, reportcx! mt the provincial fire ninr.shall i proposed n number of liaises to the complex. These changes for more exits vill involve structural changes n the buildings and in addition idditional will have to be trovided in the sideboards for he rink. The fire inarsiuiil has based Is demands en the British 'olurnlna ball regulation; which apparently over ride Ihe i ational building code, ;im regulations require wldi- ional exits from all areas ol ;tie complex, Although no cost estimate? !KK! been made on the addition al exits and structural changes council felt, (hat the contract iih Vanir Uuilding-Sate.s Ltd. [V-ices responsibility for the additional cost with the con- tracting firm. Their belief was confirmed in a loiter from their legal counsel for the project As a result of this develop- ment council decided to call a special meeting with their legal counsel to discuss these anil Turtle returns home ALBANY, Ore. CAP) Tmtche Turtle, after a road (rip, has returned to lite home of the Joe Sloan family. Ton eh e broke a cord tied to a boki in his .shell in I'JGG. lie re- turned from his wanderings last week. He was Identified by the hale and flecks of red paint on his shell. Oregon State Univer- sity zoologists .said tho reptiles ormally live within a half-mite >t their birthplace. SMALL FRY When swordfish babies are a veck olrl they are only eighth of an inch long, tlmr nspGcfi o( Ihe contract. Mr. Tensfi'Ult also reported thai the wall cladding of Ibu arena is in place, (bal some panels need to be erected and (ho centre .seelion sealed. (1 utters and downspouts have to be installed hut the work should be complete within (be lie also reported that Ihe centre section roof deck is be- mg placed, and that, roofing should commence during (ho week. He slated thai the foun- work is about 110 per cent, done r.nd that completion anlicipaled (his week, lie said (hut plumb ting work is about lo commence and that the low bid was received from Carter Ace Plumbing and, Heat- ing Ltd., In Ferule. The prime ror. tractor Vanir Bi'il( Sides LUI. have been asked to ubmit a contract for all of the vork covered under the original scope of the contract. Items uil covered hy the original have lo he discusset >y tho hmldinj; committee ol council. Council >rogress claim of sub- inittwt by Vanir, of the need lo move some of (he fill al the site ol h c rccrcat ion com pi ex, I r, f'ensfcldl was asked to obtaii jimtc.s for clearing the propos- ed football field and for moving fie gravel fill to the site. Ik reported Ihnt only ojie bid rcccivcfJ. The building commit ee was asked by council lo look into the problem and re )ort hack at the next meeting Mayor Louis Ungaro askec council for endorsement of hi proposal lo ask the Regiona District of East Kootenay t increase settlement amount for the Natal Urban Ki'ncwa Scheme hy rx> per cent of th amounts already granted fo the cheme. In recent tions ivith government official he determined thai addition a funds might be available fro the federal government for i share of the project. The endorsement given by council lo Mayor Ungaro im- plies that the municipalily is willing lo increase their con- tribution to the scheme, but the lint party to (he scheme, Ihe ovcniment of Dritish Colum- ia, would have lo be approach-