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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE CRUISE YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR All Inclusive 33-Doy Air Sea Cruise via Qanlaj Airlines and The 5. S. Statehdam. Departing Nov. 9 via Air Return by Boat Dee. 12th. Visit Australia, New Zealand, Cook Islands, Moorea (Papaloia Bay) Tahiti, Marquesas Islands, Lo> Angeles and San Francisco. Total Tour Price Only S1435.00 U.S. Cncy. From Vancouver. Mffrvr- 1271 3rd Ave. S. BUTTE TRAVEL 326.3201 328-6858 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, August 29, 1970 PAGES 13 TO 26 J e A. E. CROSS I'ClpI' Your Franchised Dealer for Nikon, Zeiss Ikon, Mamiya, Dell and Howoll, Braun and Kodck Darkroom Equipment and Supplies CHAIN DRIVE, AND A 1893 somelhing? This one farm in the Nobleford di with the brake bond on th shows the oil tank and flyw view of the vintage vehicle District One Of Standing in the farmyard o: Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duhamel of the Nobleford district is one the few remaining survivors of the early car era. Although it can't be identified by local antique car buffs, it looks like pictures of the Dur-yea, the first United States automobile, which was built in 1893. The chassis resembles a buckbo'ard, and the large wooden-spoked wheels are thinly strapped with rubber. The steering wheel comes from a later model car as il is relatively modern. Chain driven and with a hand brake, the simple mechanics of the car were quite adequate to move it along at the then-dangerous speed of sevsn miles per hour. The OLDIE Anyone for an sits on the M. J. Duhame >tricl. Top left is the chain sprocket wheel. Bottom left heel. Right is a general side-believed to be a Duryea. Auto First rication system is contained ir a metal tank. The motor is a two-cylMei (opposed) unit, and. the fly wheel has the fan built into it The Duhamels would like te see the car restored and enter ed in the Fort Macleod centen nial, but restoration costs are prohibitive. George Watson of the Alexan der Gait Museum said he woulxt Year ada DC-8 jets that had to land in Calgary. The tourists were then bused to Mr. Deshorties left the city Saturday for Ottawa to confer with Canadian Governm e n t Travel Bureau officials. He will then go to Montreal and RimousM, Quebec where 200 French hunters will shoot ducks this fall. The duck hunts are scheduled for Rimouski in 1970 aod 1971. In 1972 it will be pheasant hunting in southern Alberta again. Some 200 French anglers will visit lakes in northern Quebec next spring. Men For City Two Vancouver men, Mike McLean and Richard Price pleaded guilty in Jailed Robbery court in Lethbridge Friday to armed robbery and were each sentenced to two years in the Prince Albert Penitentiary. Lawyers for the men made an application Friday to stop the preliminary trial and re-elected trial by magistrate. Earlier the men had pleaded not guilty and elected trial by judge and jury. Both men also pleaded guilty to a second charge of unlawfully attempting to persuade one of the witnesses not to give evidence. They wets sentenced to an additional 60 dayi each. The terms will run consecutively. McLean and Price were originally charged with four counts of armed robbery but three of the charges were dropped. Earlier court evidence was that four Lethbridge men were going to purchase a car from McLean and Price for The four later admitted they went to a local motel to buy a quantity of marijuana from McLean and Price and DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. M PHONE 328-7684HH Snags Another Renovations to the city's 9th St. bridge, which had been scheduled to get under way ir August, are still awaiting final word from the contractor on a starting date, thereby allowing one final semi trailer truck to rip the top two feet from the trailer. Barring another incident in the next week or so, the last such accident occurred Thursday afternoon when a truck driven by Arthur Draper of Hooper, Utah, failed to make it through, causing damage to the unit. The bridge clearance is H'6" at the sides; Mr. Draper's trailer was Project Progresses An Alberta Government Tele phones underground condui and mantele instaHatkm project in east Lethbridge is near completion. Trenches along 28th St. S between 2nd Ave. and 5th Ave S., and along 5th Ave. S. to Mayor Magrath Drive have been back-filled and paved. About one block of ABOARD With CHEC-FM Boss Jock Larry Donahue Mornings 6-9 a.m. ft T U MOVING? CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN With Edmonton Said Improved City Manager Tom Nutting said Friday communications between the city's in Edmonton had been improved as a result of a trip to the capital this week. Mr. Nutting's original of opening up to be completed. A similar project in the Lake-view subdivision is scheduled to start soon, with completion expected this of communication between the government offices and newly-appointed City Solicitor John Hammond, City Clerk John Gerla and himself. As it turned out, the trip became an eight-man delegation o clarify with the government be situation regarding PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone CARPET AND LINOLEUM Royer said the tours were not without secondary sewage treat-nent at the door with a sawed off rifle and shotgun. One FLOOR COVERING CHEC-FM; cATE Are you planning a ban-quef, wedding reception or social gathering soon? Let us prepare serve a delicious meal to your exact tours are complaining about the reception they've been receiving in Banff. They are very unco-operative there a n d we suffered the same indignities other tours experienced. We also had troubles in the motels in Penticton and Revelstoke. In consequence, we are rerouting the tours next year to avoid these problem areas." Next year, person are anticipated to engage in Nutting said both objectives had been accomplished and he was well satisfied with the four Lethbridge men was robbed of 3rd Ave. S. Ph. Station That's Coming On STRONG CHEC-FM's "Operation Save A Life" CHEC-FM in co-operation with the Red Cross urges you to donate blood at the Blood Donor Clinic, South-minster Church Hall, Sept. 1-2-3. Your donation could "Save A The Dawning Of A New Today CHEC-FM Can Also Bo Heard from 10 p.m. on CHEC 1090 TRULY GREAT OCCASIONS SHOULD BE RECORDED FOR ALL TIMES See 'The Unmatchobles" for your Very next great occasion-We don't miss a thing. J A. E. JL-tcl. "The JOTTINGS Sheldons' Family Shopping Center at 516 3rd Ave. S. mil jegin a new type of operation Sept. 1. The store will switch to a one-day sale basis on that date. It will open two or three times each month for bargain sales. These will run for one day only, cither from 9 a.m. to 6 j.m. of 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., de-XMiding on the DRY CLEANING AT NO EXTRA COST BENJAMIN'S CLEANERS TAIIORS 317 loth South PHONE THE LOTUS BANQUET ROOM for up fo 725 persons is available at all times. Phone early for Just Call 1 ATI 1C Across 327-0240 1 111 1 from the or 327-2297 L V 1 CPR Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE MUSIC LESSONS-MUSICLAND-PHONE 327-1056 ;