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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta DID "U" KNOW For only SJ8B enjoy n 2 country mile 30 day Iriangle (rip. Visil Calgary, Van- couver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary. Slop where you long as you want. For further oclaill contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIllAGE WEST END PHONE 328-3201 or 328-8184 The Lethlnridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lclhbridge, Alberta, Monday, August 30, 1971 PAGIC.S 13 TO 24 ERICKSEN'S PASTRY SHOP 3rd Ave., MM. Driva S. Phono 328-8i61 "Tlifl Pioneer and Leading Retail Shop in 6 FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS NORAD training exercise Lcflibridge residents m a y hear jet aircraft noices am some sonic booms bcUvccn 1 a.m. and 4 a.m. Sept. 2 The aircraft noise ar.d sonic booms will be the only notice- j able effects of a North Ameri- can Defense Command joint training exercise. The training exercise, niel named "Amalgam Amu is designed to simriate ]ioced urcs for "LialUing an interdict- ing enemy aerial force. Approximately 120 aircraft from the United Slates Air Force, navy and Marine Corps and t h e Canadian Armed Forces will take part in Ihe ex- ercise, which will include flights over British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Mani- toba, Washington, Oregon, Cali- fornia. Idaho, Montana, Wyom- ing, North and South Dakota end Nebraska. Scoring will be determined by the use of air defense radar units i" both Canada and Ihe United States. The exercise will include the men and materials of the 24th and 23th NORAT) Air Di- visions in Canada and the U.S. A MRV park is still in the works A MKV park for motorized recreation vehicle owners is still in the works. City council decided Aug. 9 not to set up a temporary area while a permanent solution was found for the problem of pro- viding iand for MRV City administration is look- ing into a number of sites to determine which are most read- A. few city voters began trooping In Lhn polls at 9 a.m f'ir today'.1; provincial (.-lection, lint Hie heaviest is expect- ed in Ihe hst (ivo hours bc-fore tlic polls close at II o'clock to- niRhl. Early relitrr.i are expected lo iK'Rin irickling in about p.m. In Lethbridge, a good turnout of voters is expected, although intermittent light rain predict- ed fur tnday could reduce the vote somewhat in the city's two ad- vance polls Tuesday through Saturday was higher than in the provincial election. About 500 city voters cast ballots in the advance polls slightly wider .130 in (he Leth- hridge West constituency and more than 300 in Leth'bridffc East. Exact figures will not be known until the vote is counted tonight. In 19G7. when there was only one Lethbridge riding. 535 ad- vance votes were cast. Advance voting also in- creased considerably over 1907 THE PAST ENDURES Even though the migration to Alberta towns and cities has left many rural building? empty, some remain as re- minders of an earlier era. This old school house two miles west of Bow Island has even relained a measure of usefulness, despite an absence of pupils. Reinforced walls have converted granary. Gone now, except for the base. the school for use as a the belfry. In foreground is another reminder of Ihe past an old chain-powered cultivator. PNE cattle wnners Hid DMT and Edrnon- I'.ai: Lcthbridgc re1 arc on the voters b'st, in Lelhlmdge West ;and more than Jin I.fthhridge East. In the last election, won by So- il John Lan- li total of 13.845 votes ir, ihe single Leth- vo'.en whose names U.-M. imiilt.jd from the voters I IKi in. The in poll in Lethbridge at (he returning office, .2nd Au'. and St. S., and in I L'-lliVidm- East at the Evan- I Free Ciiurch, I2lh Ave. i ami Mngralh Drive. 'fo sv.'orn in. a person accompanied by an- c'hc-r eligible voter from his poll. There are -1C polls in Leth- bridne West and 53 in Leth- bndcc East. Six cautadales arc running in the hro city ndings. Seeking i office in Lelhbridge East are Jo'iti Anderson. Social Credit; 1 Richard Barton. Progressive Cnn-.ervativr Doug Poilo Dcrnuvralic Party. In i Lethbridge West, the candi- dates are Klass Bui.iert, NDP; i Gray, Conservative and 'Did; Gruemvald. Social Credit. STRETCH STITCHES City firm sells garbage trucks Nine new trucks, equipped wilh locally manufactured garbage collection and general purpose boxes, wore turned over 1 o the parks division of ily available and most suitable. Preliminary inquiries have been made with one landowner who has ICO acres just south of the city limits. Not spelled out is ihe ex- tent of the city's financial in- volvement and OK role lo be played by the MRV owners themselves. Council's posi t i o n was to encourage them lo set up their own organization to run a MTtV park operation. the Alberta department of lands and forests (his week. John U. EricUson, southern bridge, accepted the ve- Building permits Sll'ITCU TO NATURAL Permits for single-family re- c! sidcnccs made Ihe major con- s. tribution lo the weekly lolal al r i the cilv hall buiklinc depart- fheti'eTvl K'1S in lhc wok Nearly half of Britain's consumers will be using natural' Lethbridge Window Cleaners "20 Years of Service" PHONE 327-4037 hides from Ts'eufeldt Industries Ltd at Kenyon Field and turn- ed them over to drivers who will take them to the various provincial parks where they are to be used. The parks include Park Lake, Tile b r o o k near Brooks and Bow Valley near Calgary in the south, Aspen Beach, Crim- son Lake, Wabamun Lake, Mi- qtielon Lake and Dillberry in Central Alberta and Winagami Lake in Northern Alberta. ilr. Enckson said the units will be used primarily as gar- bage trucks during tiie tourist season and as utility vehicles during the off season. He said they will also be used (o haul materials, equipment and to maintain the pai'ks. Don Stuart, sales representa- tive for Century Industries Ltd. said (he .special box is design- ed primarily to lift, load, pack and unload garbage. The versatility of (he box al- Four such permits were is- sued: total value was City hall also issued a S-15.000 permit for (he new Terry Blr.nd (ixick, said Mr. Erickson, and Photography Studios at 122-1 this means the department is lows year round use of the 3rd Ave. The studio is expected open in late December. COMPLETE AIR CONDITIONING FEDOR'S REFRIGERATION Ph. 327-5816 C A Sheet Metal Ph. 328-5973 not tying up a vehicle for only one use. The box lifts hydraulkally with the use of one ram for all functions. "The garbage packing unit is removable, leaving the truck as a light duty said Mr. Stuart. The company will have lurn- ed onl S5 units from March 1 to October 30. Kiwanis apples on sale The annual Khvanis apple campaign gets under way Aug. 31. About 160 Kiwanians from the IjCthbridge and Green Acres clubs will attempt to sell an estimated 5.000 baskets of ap- ples for 52.50 each. Funds raised from the five- day project, which concludes Sept. 4, will be spent on a vari- ety of community projects. These include scholarships to top city students, various chil- dr'ens' camps, the music festi- val and financial assistance to various organizations such as minor sports. GEORGE and ROD Say A HIGH FEVER IS VERY SCARY When a child's temperature shoots up very high, il is very frighleninrj lo the parents. And often, this will happen without any other symp- loms. Fortunately children are able to tolerate high temperatures much more easily them adults. If a fever nets over 102 in a small child, n physician very oflfn proscribe', ci sedating sup- pository to puarrl against the possibility of n convulsion. Some physicians suggest you havo these prescription suppositories in Ilia house for use if a fever is raging late ol night. Children's aspirin helps to bring down the fever but if II gets up as high as 104 or 105, your physician might recommend pulling Ihe child in a bath of cool water. Follow his advice. We recommend "FAMILY RECORD" for your pre- scription requirements. We keep a personal family itory on your own private caret when you favor us with the privilege of supplyinn prescribed moclications. In this manner wo cnn assist you in controlling possible Drug Allerqics and Sensitivities and prevent drug inter reactions in co-operation with your doctors. This information is immcdi- alely available especially when you deal in ono pharmacy, m-i M DRAFFIN S Two LOCATIONS DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Haiti Medical Bldtj. 401 5th St. S. 601 6lh Ave. S. Free Delivery Call 328-6133 Call 327-3344 OR WEH1K 5 R M R 0 R Bus passes Irce bus New hours set for museum Etta-live Sept. 1 the Sir Alexander Gait Museum in Lethbridgo will be open from 2-5 p.m. Wednesday and Sun- day. the museum will also be open Labor Day (Monday, Sept. 6) from 2-5 p.m. Members of Ihe Lethbridge Chamber dinner Wednesday night officers of the Lelhbridge Chamber of Com- merce will be installed at the chamber's annual meeting at Erickson's Fardly Restaurant 7 p.m. Wednesday. The featured speaker ;it tbe dinner will be George lllsley, president of the Alberta Cham- ber of Commerce. Mr. Illslsy will also attend a eon meeting of noon luncli- the Taber Chamber of Commerce Wednesday. Will manager of the Lethbridge chamber, said a good turn-out is expected 170 tickets have been sold to date. He said the general public was iveJcome to attend the no- host cocktail party and dinner. Tickets will be available at the chamber office or at the door at a cost of S3.25 per person. Alberta cattle owners took ID major awards at the Pacific National Exhibition show this I week with the Sandan Cliaro- lais Farm of Erskine winning SK in the Charolais Beef Stow. Don and Sandra Pochylko won the grand champion bull, i prand champion female, senior champion, junior champion bull reserve female and junior fe- male awards. Frank Slezina of Coalda 1 e won the resciTe senior cham- pion Aberdeen Angus bull award with Mackenzie Eros. Ranch of Mountain View tak- ing the reserve junior bull award. Tim William Mollzahn Ranch of Bashaw won the reserve grand champion and senior champion bull awards. International law conference scheduled Oct. 20 to 22 The annual International jficc and tJic U.S. Federal Eu- Law Enforcement Co-ordina-! rcau of Jnve5t.igat.ion. MIKE KANZEL EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR 317 7lh STREET SOUTH SWISS MADE GET THE FACTS Stltchii. Now eompillton are setting wtelMrf U old) SUPMMATIC can do than our com. pillion' 1971 EINA. SUPER- rAl.1: MATIC h mud the molt vinatllt uwlng machlnft'.' PONT BUY UNTIL YOU TRY For dwnonifraflwi contact ING CENTRE Jib Sim! South lion Conference will be held in Lethbridge Oct. 20 lo 22. The conference is open to all law enforcement officers in- cluding attorney generals and j their agents; police prosecu- tors: police; sherrifs; immi- gration inspectors; border pa- trol officers; military provosts and jail and penitentiary offi- cials. Topics of discussion will be, Canadian police United States police training, commercial fraud, new inova- tions in police communications. Featured speaker al Ihe con- ference wil be William M. Mooney, special agent in charge of the FBI Trailing Academy at Quantico, Vu'ginia. The conference will end with the Lethbridge City Police An- nual Ball at the Exhibition Pa- vilion. Announce tSie New Grant issued Tirol organized crime and problems i rcccj facing the. tor Deliydratcrs Ltd. will incentive grant from the federal depart- Canadian prosecu- ment of regional expansion for Speakers at the convention the construction of-a plant to will be from the RCMP, the; manufacture alfalfa cubes in Alberta attorney-general's of-: Tillcy, southeast of Brooks. Tlie old one-year passes, first '1 issued lo nil senior cilizens rail, expire Tuesday. If last year's figures arc an indication, aboul par-os are Mill to bo issued lo rligihlc Fx'tJibridgo residents. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAC Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 permit A building permit has been issued to Robins Printing Co. Ltd. for the new Terry Bland Photography studio at 1221 ,trd Avc. s. The move to llw new, cx- pjnded facility should be made by the end of December. Contractor on the project is Kenwood Engineering Construc- tion Ltd. RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITIONING and WINDOW COOLERS CHARLTON and HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVENUE S. PHONE 328-3388 WHEEL BALANCE BIGELOW FOWLER CLINIC Announces the Association of Dr. Iain Forbes General Practitioner SERVICE AND SATISFACTION at no extra charge... GEO. SATO Call George for all your Office Supplies Office Furniture Business Forms Printing Rubber Stamps CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13lh SI. N. Phone 327-4591 Freo Customer Parking al Iho Roar of Our Slora Computerized dyna- mic balancing of both wiieel planes. H eli- minates human error. The answer lo Ihe balance problem of belted and radial and hard to balgnce tires. Come In and See This Machine at: 3580 ;