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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Plan Your Hawaiian Vacation CP Air FunSun Adventure Town Plcasuiama Tours ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE Busy for city City police nnd lotal of damage rcpcrtal a busy weekend from a fire at the a call to a house fire, the home, 2501 13th Ave. vestigation of a break-in, of a truck, arrest of three officials report the pected shoplifters, an confined lo a infradion of the highway of the fire Is believed fic act and numerous been a smoldering of city left unattended in the police are CHEC Sundav morning break-in lo Ihe A ami W Drive-in at and 3rd Avc. S., in damage to at and the theft of worth of for goods included 20 pounds of meat, 20 packages CIIKC Radio has completed Its engineering report to go FM stereo, general manager chips, two large con tair.ors of wieners, assorttt bred and buns and a Crown said of The report will he a tclcpone to the federal department of communications and the Canadian Radio Television for a local dcpartmcn store city police arrcsled mission after approval to three young ocal the new antenna structure Saturday afternoon Ihc Holiday Inn is from Art flatty, Ihc owner women are all Holiday Village. Mr. Brown said Mr. Batty has indicated the design appear in l.clhbridge provincial judge's court at 10 a.m Friday. They are- location of the new under the bail reform .structure is acceptable. "We expect to submit thrj brief in a mailer of Mr. Urown after 10 a.m. S'.mda morning a city police traffi duly constable stoppexl a motor cycle with two youths on it "Wo will try to Ret a power incrc.'Lse for nur stereo routine tion from C'RTV with or was discovered Ihc out a public he was age 14. He "If all (joes well, we expect under the I''M stereo early Act, with conveying a If ils application Is while under the age fill, CHEC will he the only stereo station parents were notified from Lclhbridgc. CIIKC is is scheduled to rently Hie only FM court later in tho lion in southern answered two The Lethbtrldgc Herald SECOND SECTION I.ethbridgc, Alberta, Monday, August 28, 1972 PAGES 9 TO 16_ NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 10! PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 art of the city. Other council business in- cludes: a report on the bus ser- vice for the first six monliis of the year. The administration favors a recommendation that the 10-cent fare be continued bul thai ear drivers subsidize the transit system through En additional gasoline tax. The province would have to r.pprovc Ihe additions! tax. an application from tha owners of the York Hotel t o have their property rczoned to allow for expansion of the ho- tel's facilities. a letter from the bridge Housing Association re- questing a meeting with coun- cil to discuss the cily's pro- posed show home scheme for Wcslhridge. The meeting begins at 8 o'clock in cu'nril cliamlKji's and is to the public. Two other capital projects arc before council a new fire hal1 in the downtown area, and modifications lo water treatment the city's plant am: Smelly situation SC to run candidate in Lethbvidgc "Four or five" persons are considering running as the So- cial Credit candidate in the Lclhbridge riding in the federal election exacted io b e an- nounced this week, The Herald has learned. One possible conlcstant for the Social Credit nomination is Ruth t.amleryou, housewife and wife of former long-time Socred Lelhbridgc John Lander- ymi. The party here is organizing a federal executive nnd an ad- visory committee and will be walching Wednesday's British Columbia election whore So- cred Premier W. A. C. liennell is looking for reelection after 20 years in office. Earlier speculation was that the Socrcds would not field a candidate here. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC ScWorlr Blclg. 222 5lh St. S. Phono 328-4095 Early in the afternoon they answered a telephone com- plaint concerning a man shoot- ing a how and arrow in a street median near the intersection of 5lh Ave. N. and Mlh SI. The mnn was warned it was against tiie law to fire a bow and arrow in the city limils. No charges were laid. At about 9 p.m. police answered an anonymous phone complaint to the 700 block of 19th St. S. where they discov- ered a group of persons using a garbage fire as a bon fire. They were warned it was against city regulations to burn garbage after dark. They agreed to extinguish the lire. No charges were laid. Other cotnplainl.s handled during the weekend included two juveniles riding their cyclcs on city streets at night in a careless manner with no lights or reflectors. A police constable Saturday night warned Ihe youths alxnil their actions, one youth became beligerant and both of then: were liikcn to the police sta lion where Ihcy were told Ihc) could not their cycle, bnck until they had proper lights for Ihcm and had pur chased bicycle licenses. Tlici parent's were notified. AIR CONDITIONING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd. for tho bos' buy in Air Condilionino Phono 327-5816 Whoops, I forgot the rest of my It's a long waaaay down KLFCTIHC AOVKT, working on any elec- trical appliance in the homo, mnke ccrlnin it's unpHijifieiL Wlicn maintenance is needed it unless qualified, piny it an! (.Mil n certified electrician. DENTAL PRESCRIPTIONS ARE NOW MORE COMMON rfontUf, nulhorily lo ho t-os lho tto out n prcsciiption when he Feels it's bcon m reconl y essary lor a palift .t. But, it has only l yccut thnl n prescription writing by ore common ilobln roui lliat your iiir calcd proved uro, ighl wont to prejcri A Ir nquitiier prior ro alcd that involved a long and compli- compounds lor cerloin vi'o conditions, on antibiotic lo avoid fection, nd even cuslom-mado loot h paste may ho called for. Totltiy's modern denlisls uio mciliod nlnin y ifnblo to build your confidence and our good dcnlol hcnltn. GEORGE nnd ROD SAY Wo tlierk your prescriplion wnys Hrre'n Iwo 9. Crirck with r.oefor on cnnlrollGcJ 10, Mnil out of Irwn frtrfi, Wnlcli for 1 0 morfi DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Main. Moilical Bldg. 401 5lh St. S. 601 6th Avc. S. Free Delivery Call 32B.6U3 Call 327-3364 By ED FINI-AY 'Hcralil Staff Aiceeec. That's the sound you hear rom a parachutist with acro- nhobia tliat's the smarl man's way of defining fear of heights. Scrunch, is the final sound ol the same person after forget- ting to pull !he ripcord. But the Calgary Parachute Club lakes every possible- pre- caution that this doesn't hap- pen lo one of its The jumper, following 12 hours ol intensive ground train- ing and exercise, certainly doesn't mind exchanging glanc- es wilh birds from a vantage point. It's refreshing, sets the mind at case, or provides a kick for llic jumpers depending o n one's outlook. It's exhilarating, at least dial's what the parachutist from (he Calgary jump club say. Personally, I'm prepared to give it a shot as soon as possi hie following the extensive training one receives before allowed lo make his firs jump. Over the weekend, chief in slruclor Don Armit, a pilot am myself shared Ihc cockpit of Cessna 172. At H.liOO feet Don slid mil of the plane. As ho slipped earthward, his parachute streamed out, then ballooned. When he lanctal, it was at about the same velocity as a jumping Irotn a five foot- high platform. is as t-afe as >alhing in a half full bathtub iiiti "considerably less danger- ous than driving rush hour raffic." Sport parachuting is FO safe, hat a person using a standard canopy type parachute has r.nly one in chances of a malfunction in his main chute. The risk of a second malfunc- ion with a reserve chulc is even less. The Calgary Parachute Club the only such club in southern Albcrla, performs every week- end, weather permitting, at the Claresholm Industrial Airport. Por-son.s interested in para- chuting are always welcome There are five Canadian Sport Parachute Association quali ficd inslruclors with the club Heading up the learn is Chic: Instructor Don Annit of Cal g.-iry who has more lhan jumps to his crctlil. To qualify for parachuli jumping lessons, a person nnis nt least IV ycnrs old ant physically fit. For a person can learn port parachuting. Tills in- ludes memlierships in the CPC and CSPA; full ground raining; equipment for the irst jump; anil the "first" ump. From thereon, each per- son must pay for each jump he or she makes. She? Oh yes, women are most welcome to come out and share Ihe sky with the men. At present, approximately 20 per ccnl of the Calgary Parachute Ciub members are women. 'Hie wife of chief instructor Don Armit, for example has also taken up sport parachute jumping nnd lo date, Mrs. Dar- lenc Armit has completed 2f jumps. Mayor Magrath Drive pumping station. The administrative proposal calls for a new S370.000 firo hall, to located in the vicin- ity of Oth Avc. and 4th St. S., and a 911 emergency number system to bs instituted in 1973 it the proposed new fire de- lar'.rnent headquarters, at No. 1 Fire Hall on Uic north side. In a letter lo council, City Manager Tom Nutting has sug- ;ested a design for the new fire .lall could qualify under the federal incentives program, if it is continued next winter The expansion of the water City council will likely file a letter from a Lakeview resident who is one of many complain- ing of "Ihc stench which ap- parently emanates from the rendering plant on 43rd St." But the city has tried and will continue to try io do something about it. The rendering plant and feed lot were built outside the city at a time when the city's boun- daries were considerably clos- er together than they are now. Since the boundaries have been moved out, only 43rd St. S. separates the city from the rendering plant. That seems to p. enough so the city can take o legal action against tho rm. The city, however, has ap- roached the company and "of- ered 100 per cent assistance lo et them moved into the new ndustrial City Manager 'om Nutting said. The company was asked to prepare a colt estimate for moving the business so the treatment and pumping facili- ties will done by Kenwood Engineering Conslruclion Ltd for if council approves the firm's bid. The modificalions are to in crease the capacity for treat ing water ot the river vallej plant and to increase water Henderson Lake Golf Trespassers to be stopped The Henderson Lake Golf Club intends to mark off sec- tions of its 18-hole. golf course lhat have been the centre of "trespassing" incidents lately. Police on Thursday told a city man lo move his boat away from an area of Henderson f.ake that juts like an inlet into the 10th hole of Ihc course. Coif club management has also complained of the danger to youngsters who go onto an island in the fl'.h fairway look- ing for golf balls. It's a "moot point" whether Marvin Harker, l.W Scenic Drive, was "Irespassing" while a boat near the lOlh hole Thursday, said club manager Heallcy. "The point is lhat it's a dan- gerous place lo He might have been hit by a golf ball." Mr. Harker, who was asked by police to leave, lold The Her- ald that the part of the lake that is alleged to be part of tho golf course should be marked so that people know where the course boundary is. Mr. Harker said he and anoth- er party were both near tho Mil hole of the course Thurs- day in boats. He said he was looking lor golf balls in tho shallow water. dl Harold Brown, golf club rector who is currently nc gotiating a new lease for tb properly (he club rents fron ihe city, said buoys will b stnmg across lhat section o the lake to keep boats oul. He said there will also he "no trespassing" signs posted around the course. An island, surrounded by wa- ter bul connected lo the 8th fairway by bricges, will also be marked off he said. However, Mr. Brown said (hese boundary markings will probably not bo posted until next year. Hot temps forecast for week Lelhbridge Is attempting t live up to its reputation as the sunshine capital of Canada In the last few weeks of summer. Residents experienced a weekend in the high 80s, slight- ly off records of 91 and 92 de- grees set in 1971. For the next few days, hot and dry is the weathcnvord in a nutshell. The weatherman predicts a lot of sun and tem- peratures in the high 80s and low 90s for the better part of the week. For the worse part, cooler temperatures are expected Fri- day, just in time (or the long weekend. federal department of regional economic expansion could be asked for assistance. The city has received no cost estimate, Mr. Nulling said, despite num- erous attempts by Den nis 'Connell, economic develop- nent officer, lo get them. City council can take another pproach, Mr. Nutting Bald, hrough the provincial govern- ment. "it is possible for an urban irea to have its air Mr. Nulling said. "Just be- cause we are in the centre of agricultural industry, don't lave lo accept the smell asso- ciated with the rendering and meat packing plants." Although tlie city can fake no legal action by itself, individu- als can, cily solicitor John Hammond said. Alderman Vaughan Hem- broff, who last brought tha question up at council, said ha is considering taking some ac- tion as a citizen, not as a rep- resentative of the city. IIutterites to co-operate Ily CIIKC MrlNTYIIR llor.-iiil Staff U'rilcr leaders rpprcsci-iinj; Alber- a's HO lliiltcrile colonies have >een asked if (hey will along vilh more Rovernmcni smicv- fnys Holt Howling, rliairrnnn nf nn Ml.A comniit- cc looking into (lie Ilullcritc d expansion i.ssnc1. Ihitlcrilc people have sniil tbev will with saic'l Mr. novvlinR, Albcrla minisler without portfolio re- sponsible for tourism. Whether r> report to the tegis- laluro in October will recom- mer.d greater Rovernmenl sup- ervision of Ihillerito affairs is unclear, however. Mr. Dowling said flic nine- mcnilwr legislative commillcc looking into reform of Ihe Com- rmmal Properly Act has con- tracted an Edmonton lawyer to advise on what authority (he provincial government has lo control Underlies. In 1943 the federal govern- ment overturned an early Al- berla attempt to limit UnUorile land holdings. Later laws were contested, but allowed lo sland. The committee has consider- ed a number of alternatives from strengthening current legislation governing Hutteritc lard holdings, all the way lo abolishing nil restrictions and is attempting to reach some middle course, he said. Tlicre will not bo public hear- ings. A report to Ihe legislature must be in the hands of the provincial clerk hy Oct. 21 paid Mr. Howling. In DcecmlxT, Municipal Af- fairs Minisler Dave Russell sns- the Communal Proper- ly Control Board which iied Allwrla's Huttcrites lo ov.li more than a certain m'.mbor of acres per colony. Observers have speculated Ihe restrictive agency might conflict the Allwrta Bill of Rights, introduced at the spring silling of the legislature. The ue'.v Ixnighced Conserva- livc government appointed a committee headed by Mr. Dowl- ing lo look into "the effects of Ihc communal use of land on Ihe economic and social climate of Allwrta." At n meeting two weeks ago at the Parkland colony south of Nrmton. the committee asked 25 Hitlerite leaders if they would go along with more "consultation" from the govern- ment. Mr. Bowling said the com- munal property hoard was ini- tially set up wilh Ihc idea lhat it could act as Tin advisory agency to Ilullcritc people plan- ning lo acquire land, "but it apparently failed to do flits." The communal board was suspended over a dispute con- cerning Ihe establishment of a Huttcrite co'.ony at Verdant Valley near Dnimhclicr. All llutlerile expansion nppll calions are until the gov- ernment at the fall legislative session comes to some decision. The committee is to "recom- mend such changes in policy and legislation relative lo the communal use of land as may be deemed appropriate." Ifultcrilcs nt the meeting two weeks ago told the committee want lo Iw able to retain schools nt their colonies and don't want any further restric- tions. CtlFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE MEDICAL DENTAl BIDO. lower Level PHONE 327-282? MAYFAIR WEAREVER ALUMINUM COOKWARE SET In beautiful Burgundy. A very attractive set to com- plement your kitchen. Regular SPECIAL Call Housewarei 327-5767 DOWNTOWN AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. Regular Tuesday Evening Sale AUGUST P.M. Wostinghouse frost free fridge separate freeiing compartment; Thor wringer washer in excellent condition; beautiful metal palio Ml; power mowers, push mowers; lelevision; bar-L-ques; 2 golf bags; rugs; garden hosesr lots and lots of canning jars; 2 boxes floor trie; 2 boxes telling Hie; complete beds (good garden hoses; and shelves; upright lamps; radios; filing cabinel; crib; ranges; Tricycles; vacuums; driers; trunk; dresser wilh mirror; pack sack; single- cartop rack; suitcases; curlains; lovely walnul narow table; kifchen chroma suite in very good con- dition. HONDA ISO TWIN HONDA 590 {Electric Start) Custom made black leather lean In exccllenl condition, chesterfields and chairs; head boards; folding tHirs; manglej 8 double and 2 linglo cateier.o benches, ideal (or rumpus room or breokfosl nooks; record cabinel; head boards; TV antenna; sel of encyclopedia; mix mas. ter; ironing board; bathtub; tmoll new ulilify cabinel hearers. Many more ilems too numerous to list. NOTE: MANY THANKS to the patrons of our very success- ful Antique Sale August >9rh. Watch for further dates for the next Antique Bygone Sale. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES Phons 327-1222 2508 2nd Ave. N. Auctioneer: DHL HOPE-Lic. 845 REED HAWTHORNE Sales ;