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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta INQUIRE ABOUT NEW OVERSEAS AIR FARES EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 1973 (Subject to Government Approval) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 358-3501 The LetKbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lcthbridge, Alberta, Monday, January PAGES 9 TO 20 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 126-7411 CHAIRS Murder charge highlights sitting Two criminal cases come before the Alberta Supreme Court when it resumes Leth- brirJ-je sittings today. William David Threinen. 24, of Leihbridge. vdll be arraign- ed during this sitting on a charge of non-capital murder in connection with the mid-July death of Angela Huemer of Lethbridge. The re-year-old girl's body Tvas found July 14 by a farmer in the Park Lake district. Threinen was committed to trial Dec. 1 following a six day preliminary hearing, i case mil be heard at a later sitting of Lhe court, i leaving only the charge of at- 1 tempted murder against ard Carlyle Bjerke (o be heard i in this sitting. Bjerke. a 36-year-old local bartender, was charged with the Oct. 15 attempted murder of Helen Eedgrove. The high court will also feal with 13 undefended divorces, and six civil cases, including two motor vehicle daims. Glacier Park visits hit record m 1972 Glacier National Park had 150.461 camper days in 1971. ES all time record atten- Boat use also showed a de- dance year in 1972 wilh a total. cline. A total of 3 565 boats iincrtase of WAX) visitors over were recorded at the entrance stations for a decrease of 6.26 1971. the previous record year per to 1971. for visits. Two beneficial declines in This marks the fourth vear in 1972 were in the areas of forest a row Glacier National Park t fires and fatalities. There were recorded over a million visits three fewer of each. The 197; figures t o t a 11 e d---------------------- 1.392.145 visits. The largest one-day public use in 1972 occurred on July 2, when 16.S6S visits- were record- I' of L ea V-HI A travel study, conducted w August to determine the origin of park visitors, showed Cali- fornia on top for the third time in the past seven years. Camper use records revealed IJICIICS III} a decrease ui the use of auto j 1 campgrounds this year. A total j of 145.755 camper days were A months-long decline in en- recortied. as compared to rodent 2t the University of Lethbridge began a minor up-! swing today. A I" of L spokesman said: 1.056 full-time students had en- roiled at the campus by lale Friday. The new total repre- sents an increase of 10 students AKROYD'S PLUMBING, HEATING AND C-ASFITTING S4-HOUR SERVICE WORK New Inrtollationl Phont 328-2106 District cattlemen view Pinzgauer breed HOME OWNERS! If your home it left unattended for even ont nigh) you should havt a HONEYWELL WINTER WATCHMAN This unit plugs inlo cry well oul- let end a is tren olucced into the If Ihe drcpi ;o danger the lomp ccmes on ycur neighbor ccn cell Chcrlisn end Ltd. 1o check the heeling ;ysfem. from Lhe fall registration of 1.076. No totals are available on the number of part-time stu- dents. Sold by CHARLTON and HILL LTD. 1262 2nd Avenue S. IETHBRIDGE Phone 328-3388 FACTS of LIFE New here's another fact If you're planning a Bonspiel, whether it be men's, ladies' or mixed, we have an excellent selection c! PRIZES ol SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. 316 7th Srreet S. Phone 328-2301 A breed of cauie prized for excellent beef yield and milk production and adaptability to i extreme conditions has been jz- troa'uc-ed TO IOCE! csttiemen I Two PL-.igauer cattle, a." trian variety, were displayed a-t i an open house Sara-day at Sc'Jtbem Sires or, ;he Couiu Highway near Lerhbridfe. Later Ln the day. Pinzeaucr Breeders Ltd.. a syndicate o: f've catLemsn who were the first to introduce ihe breed to North America, held a semb- ar at Holiday Irm i More than 120 people attend- ed He seminar to Jissr Dr. Ger- hard Hoiz. genera] manager o: the Ausinar. Pinzgauer Cattle i Breeders Associaiion. speak oa the cattle's characteristics. ''we are very encouraged by the response from cattlemen nc.i only Southern Alberta but throughout Canada and the United Slates." said Walter Boras of Iron Springs, a part- ner of Pinzgauer Breeders Lid. Mr. Boras said insemination bookings the two animais are Tyrol, a End Salzburg, a heifer, both months old are ovenrhelming. He said ex- Di-irace in South Africa, which has been importing Pinzgauer since 1902. shows cross-breed- ing with most varieaes pro- duces hybrid vigor. At the present there are oily fTjr PiTiigauer in Norrh America, be said. Two are own- ed by Mr. Boras' ETOUD. one by B C.A.I. iB-i-ish Columbia Inseminarion i t. Cal- gary, and one by Western Breeders of City. Sask. Became of the enthusiasm displayed t-y .Vo-Ji A.Tiencsn cattlemen. Mr. Boras said Pinz- gauer Breeders Ltd. has order- ed 12 more Austria and they are expected to arri-, e here in September. Brin Thornpfon. production manager with Soxhem Sires which is handling msemination on behaif of Piazgauer Breed- ers Ltd.. said the animsjs Anarew Rkan, six, carre up the right idea en the weekerd. Hs sailed a tcy -should periom "at least equal- boct i-i the chinock-scftened Kinsman Park cutdncr skating rink, 9th Ave. end 10th b' Canada. St. S., whil? Mickey n'ne, kept in shape for the- next ccld soe-' by hockey ''They are adaptahje in his shirt sleeves. boys ore clearly demonstrating ;he scying that it you dcn't like acd have very- go-od foraging the weather in Southern Alberta, just wait a minute. ranging ability." he said --------------------------------------------------1____________________________________________________The Pinzgauer is a hie rugged 1 chestnut brown and white breed. A marore cow weighs i from 1.303 to 1.650 sounds while I a mature bull 2.JM to pounds. Their eharaoterisncs Include longevity, excellent feed con- version, high fertility, early ma- turing and high dressing ccntaae :n aamuor, ".o er. adaptability to severe weather and food conditions. Bab Ainsc-ougn said the bull been given "4 pounds, oi fted a day. Lnciudhig sis to eight pounds o; g-ain and thc- rt-s; Prairie Waoi. a native grass, and has gamicg 3.SI5 Pounds in per A CDW c-an produce 10.001 pDunds o: miik. It is i dual purpose breed for both meat and mil-: and Mr. Saras, said "fafjiusc- of its kan but beefy reeling the breed should fit v.e" Lnto our present grad- Miiltiple-u se facilitv Got t names communal properties group head chairman o: Lbe ad-.isor-- conLTrunee to oversee :he raeraiion of conurjinEl properties beer by ibe Aibena sovermneiit. Arnold VT. Plait, former hesd of the cereal crop breeding sec- lion EL ihe LrihbridEe Research nsiced to the po- slnon t-odsy by Dave RusseU. minister of murJcipal affair. Mr. Plan trill head the corn- nirtee i t h represent Lives froa ibe Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and ties. Lhe National Farmers the A I b e r i a School Trustee? and the Hutterisn Tne other senife-? of the c o m in i: t e e vrlll 'rve named March 1. Bob minister porifoiio. said in Leth- bridge that Bishop John VTurz. leader of the of in So'jihen Albert, ha? boen asked io be one o: sbc or. the The esiEblishmfcUt of the spe- cial advison' xras a recommendation o: the nine- en: croup which disbanded the three-man civil servant Coniaurjal Properties Control Board prior io the Oc- tober 1972 si-UDg cf the Alberta ARNOLD PLATT Thieves hit 8 businesses CUFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAl BLDC. lewer Level PHONE 327-262? EKCO GRANNY BAKEWARE Pre sEBsoned, non jtik. ecsy t? clean, coated with hard kale silicons. A new version of an old favorite: Loaf Pans. Muffin Tim. Square Cake Poru, Cblong Ccke Pans. PRICED TO CLEAR 20 off! Call Housewores 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Thieves had 2 night Sat- urday, as eight b'jsisessos re- ported break zsd sll wil: the some apparent method oi entry. Circle Mohawk Service. 502 Stafford Drive, was entered by breaking the glass in one of the AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. REGULAR WEEKLY SALE Tuesday, Jan, 16th 6.30 p.m. 350 cec'cr pests .6 6 "in gsod working RCA cap- cerroie '.OD losa Polaroid land ccmera in goad crdcr- end cupboord combe; electric 3 2-c-eee eld sciocl acsk; (cr-cs; four S gollon cans; load c- b'icVi; chesterfield end chairs; television j; siecrrer irunk: wooden barrel; warehouse dollie; bi- con-, vccukjrr; 2 prcpcne heaters; cream iiepara- comtine 700-lb. copccity mctor holit; choirs; alu- minum COOT fibre board; dress forrr-.s; gos sieve; swivel rocker; eeme-V and mcny mora 'co numerrL-i io 1964 Beaumont convertible, 6 cylinder, itandard 1964 Cnevrelef half ion, 6 cylinder, radio, itandard FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT AUCTION BARN Phono 327-1222 2508 2nd Ave. N. Auctioneer: REED HAWTHOKNI J. KANAWISCHER Lie. E69 Sold R.prmnloliv. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Scnwnrti Bldg. 522 5th St. S. PhonB 526-4095 AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd. For the best buy in year round Comfort Fhone 327-5816 bsy doors. Merchandise valued a: JOG wss slolen. TrJeves the haul of the evening at N'orih- sice Shell Service, a-. 5in Ave. and 13ih St. N., where they took They ransacked the office North Lethbridge Mo-Tires. 305 I3ih St. X.. but no'Jiing appears to be police say. Soil drtek machLnss at North- sice 66 Service. 313 ISh St. N.: John's Turbo Service. 2nd Ave. N and 13th Si.: and Lethbndge Industries, 1U7 2nd Ave. A N. smashed, but on'.y Leth- bridge Industries had noaey taken from a machine. Noble Sales and Service, 1107 D.nri Ave. A X.. was clso enter- ed, but nothing was raien. Tr.ieves did 530 damage when they kicked in the glass on Lhe {-ont door to cet in. Pufcce report Lha: no arrests have bee- made, but the inves- the o: bur- eiaries is ccotinuinc. Another break in. at Adams Ice Centre. 9th Ave. N.. east of 13th has been reported to police. The concessico booth was entered last night, but no iunher details are available. ACNE CAP SCAR wait for acne to go away, ROD and GEORGE SAY For "Why" and "Where" questions about your prescription and directions ask ui to properly explain or direct your curiosity to the proper source of infor- mation. DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN FREE DELIVERY GEORGE RODNEY Hoig Medical Bldg. 401 Slh SI. S. 601 6lh Ave. S. Frco Delivery CM 328-6133 Call 327-3364 causes i 82.150 damage A two-car collision at the o.' Mayor Mspath arid S. has cause.! an H.150 d-image to both vehicles, bur no Goorge Russeil R-sugh. 32. AshgroM'1 Rd.. was 2 vciiicie operated by Kirj Brent Jensen. 17. o: Tz- which was northbound on Mayor Majr.r.h. Police report that charges are pendir.g. E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 704 Medical Dental Bldg. Phone 327-6565 CHECK LIST FOR YOUR 1973 OFFICE NEEDS! Filing Cabinet! Typewriter Stcnd j Waste Basket I J Under Arm COSM i Attache Cases Sheet Figuring Pads Acco Fasteners 1 Post Binders L Files Isdgcr Binden Desk Trays Desk Organirers Desk Orderlies Receipt Books 1 Pencil Sharpeners Blotters i Desk Sets j Porlcble Typewriieri 1 Electric Calculators 1 1 Chair Mat? i Office Desks 1 Mimeo Poper Scotch Tope 1 Rubber Bono's I Siapler j Staples f T Office Chairs CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 319 7th Street South Phone 327-4591 TUESDAY FAMILY SPECIAL! with every purchase of a BIG BUCKET You Get: Box of French Fries and 16-oz. Cole Slow Regular retail TUESDAY SPECIAL ONLY COLONEL SANDERS AND HIS BOYS MAKE IT FINGER LICK1N' GOOD! Eriolc sen's TAKE HOME STORES 1701 M.M. Drive Phone 32S-775I 2021 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-8161 WHOLESALE PRICES? I Regretfully o dcn't sell ot prices, uoccju we buy at wholesale prices and hopefully we d like to make a abllar on ll-.e sale. HOWEVER compete we will do! So the lime you re offered a -'GOOD BUY" ot so- called wholesale prices chr-ek us, niiaht be surprised, AFTER ALL Photography is our only business MAKE NO MISTAKEI You Vnow the namp but Thi oddrrii ii ntw 1324 3rd AVP. South Opposite the Elks Club Phone or 327.J665 ;