Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
DID YOU KNOW? YOU CAN IAVI ON A 14-11 DAY CANADIAN VACATIONS IV MOKINO 2 MONTH! KKM TO TUVH fw niftnvf wnffiwNwi ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAOI MAU PHONE 111-1101 The Uthbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, January PAGES 13 TO M NOW IN OUR NIW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL ILDO. 740 4th AVE. S. LETHIIIDOE, AURTA SEE US fOK ALL OPTICAL NEEDS City youths arrested A trio of Lethbridge juveniles were arrested at Calgary late Tuesday afternoon when the wen found in possession of the keys of a car stolen.during four local break-ins early Monda morning. A Lethbridge city police spokesman said the trio ad mltted they had stolen the car when questioned by member of the Calgary force. It was reported two of th three juveniles arrested had feared in Lethbridge juvent court Jan. 5 and admitted UK: complicity in 11 break-ins il the city during December and the first week of January. They were released in the custody of their legal guar dians until Jan. 26 when the were scheduled to hear Judg F. A. Burn's final decisio about their disposition. Lethbridge Police C fc i e Ralph Michelson said the thir juvenile involved in the car theft was also suspected as a accomplice in at least seven o the 11 break-ins. Another city police spokes man said the problem of wha to do with juvenile offenders has become acute in Lethbridge "The new ball reform act makes it virtually impossible to hold them, Dominion regula tlons concerning the treatmen of juveniles says if they are held it may only be for four days in very extreme circum stances, and there is no special facility in Lethbridge where they may be he said. "la many cases jail is not the answer for the treatment of offenders old or young but if there are no other facili- ties what can you saic Chief Micnetsoo. Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5th Street South Phono 328-6922 NOW OPEN Government Licensed Technician Repaint to Radloi, Televitloni and Taps SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO CITY CREWS PRUNE TREES Marino Biscaglia, left and Bob Conine of the city works crew prune trees on North Porkside Drive. They were clearing areat around the power lines which, run along the street. The city tree trimming account will be charged for the operation. This is not a part of local initiatives grant of for upgrading the Indian Battle Park and for city beauti- fication slated for this winter. Finlay Photo Christmas music broadcast over city by mystery plane A "mystery" plane flew Lettoridge and Medicine Ha ram Calgary to broad c a s Christmas music a week before Christmas Day. This was brought to the a tention of The Herald by Ka Dyck, of 1010 17th St. IS ihe said her friends1 in the soutl de of the dry also heard UK music on Dec, 18 between and 4 p.m. The Herald contacted Tim irways, the Lethbridge Flyin "ub, the Lethbridge centre ower, the Lethbridge air radi tation and the Calgary ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartl Bldg. 222 5th St. t. ThaKsno Now To Buy A Snow Blower DURING OUR WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE! I H.P. Regular Now Only 5 H.P. Regular Now Only International Harvester Sales Service 104 Stafford 327-3125 CAMM'S GIGANTIC JANUARY ESIllE CONTINUES WITH THE GREATEST SAVINGS) NATIONALLY ADVERTISED JOYCE SHOES Short and disc, patterns. Reg. to 23.00 On at MISSES- SNOW BOOTS Waterproof, Orion pile ed. Sizes 11 to 2. Block or brown. Reg. 11.00 a Oft On at .......O.OU Reg. 1.00 On at CHILDREN'S SKIDOO BOOTS Navy blue. Reg. 11.00 1A 4ft On at..... IU.4U 6.40 TEENAGE CHUNKY HEELS Regularly 10.00 and 12.00 5.00 TEINAOE CHUNKY HEELS Wild Woolleys, Savage, Oomphlei. teg. 15.00 and 11.00, On at 1 O ftfi I LADIES' FAMOUS AIR STEP SHOES Reg. (o 23.00 On Sal. at 1 O I A. CHILDREN'S SHOES Savage and Classmates. Reg. to 12.95 e Aft On at .......J.UU OPEN THURS. AND FRI. UNTIL 9 P.M. USE YOUR CHARGEX CARD CAMM'S 403 5th StrMt S. SHOES radio station, but was unabl to find out who sent the plane on its "mission of peace." However, the Lethbridge ai radio station and control tower said they also heard the music presumably broadcast throug loud-speaker systems. A technician at the air radi station said he heard that the plane came from Calgary also went to Medicine Hat, be- fore returning to Calgary. In her letter, Miss Dyck praised the "beauty and origin ality" of the music broadcas from the plane. I don't know whether It was a private plane, or one of Tinw Airways, but I hope whoever was responsible will read this letter and accept our thanks appreciation she said. "We could do witti more of such 'goodwill toward men (Editor's note: We would ap- jreciate help in identifying this airplane.) SEND HER AN FTD FORGET-ME-NOT BOUQUET Birthday? Annivtrwry? Special Event? Distance no problem. Delivered almost anywhere, MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP MARQUIS HOTEL Phon. 327-1515 Drug and alcohol workshop planned The Lethbridge Friendship Centre Teen Organization will hold a two-day drug and al- cohol information workshop at lie centre this weekend. The Saturday workshop will deal exclusively with alcohol and its problems, followed by a workshop Sunday on drugs. Heart fund meet set The annual Alberta Heart foundation drive for funds is slated to begin in Lethbridge, feb. 14. The canvass of dty raginesses will be conducted Feb. 7 through 11. A Heart Fund Drive planning meeting is to be held at the iome of Dean McMullin, 116 Keppe Blvd., on Thursday. Moro canvassers are needed or the heart drive, and any- one interested in donating their ime is invited to call Mrs. IcMullins at 327-6870 or Mrs. Robert Hironata at 327-4128. Alberta Provincial Judge L. W. Hudson and RCMP Sgt. E. J. Clark will be in atten- dance both days. Registrations for the drug and alcohol workshop will be received at the door of the cen- tre on the corner of 5th St. and 1st Ave. S. at 9 a.m. Sat- urday. The registration fee is set at The workshop will be supple- mended by a dance Saturday evening. ROOFING C A SHEET METAL LTD. 2 An. S. Ph. 328-5973 ORGANS NEW and USED MUSICLAND minion over 1970 Local livestock sales total million By RIG SWIHART Stiff Writer The livestock industry in Lethbridge surpassed the million mark in 1971 for the Srst time. George Chessor, Canada de- partment of agriculture live- stock officer said the 000 was an increase of million from the previous year, recorded from the public stock- yards and the packing plants. Qalgary Public Stockyards stowed total receipts of M9.000, up from in 1970. Vaiue of livestock handled at the Lethbridge Public Stock- yards decreased by to a total of This decrease was more than made up by the establishment of the third major meat pack- ing plant, Swift Canadian Co., Air strike effects reach Lethbridge Electrical technicians end ed their 24 hour walkout at a.m. today but air traffic con rollers continued their nation wide strike into the third day Lethbridge communication station manager Don MacKen zie, speaking for the local unio of the International Brother hood of Electrical Workers laid a vote will be taken start ing tonight until Feb. 2 to de- cide whether a strike will be taken. Air travel within southern Al bcrta is not seriously affected since visual flight rules apply ing to small aircraft enabl Sine Airways, Lethbridge Air Service and Fowler Aviation t continue their scheduled an chartering operations. Echoing worries ejcpressed by Ed Bryant, general man ager of ASTA Canada in Ot fawa that a prolonged strike could sink many Canadian tra rel agencies, travel agencies in Lethbridge said they hoped the strike could be settled as soon as possible. "Because of the strike, many eople who booked tickets hrough us are now staying a said John Thackray jethbndge manager of F Lawson Travel. "Their res- ervations have to be rehandlet t the same revenue, and some may cancel their reser rations." HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Chorltonft Hill Ltd. 1242 2nd AY.. S. JANUARY FUR SALE WITH OUTSTANDING SAVINGS ON ALL FURS CANADIAN FURRIERS! PARAMOUNT THEATRE BUILDING 4th AVE. S. Another travel agent, who asked not to be quoted, said business within Alberta is not seriously affected. "In fact we are busier transporting people by bus to Great he said. Greyhound Bus Lines is ex- periencing a 10 per cent in- crease in business volume said Bill Beattie, manager in Lethbridge. Truck companies said their business remains at the same level. Time Airways pre s 1 d e nt Stubb Ross said today from Calgary that because of the weather, he was not certain how many of his flights will 'be operating. "Because we are flying, there is a heavy demand for oar Mr. Ross said. Time's service between Ed- monton and Calgary has been increased. Ltd., which started operations in March. Good feeder steers sold at record high prices during 1971, closing with a yearly average of 34.32 cents per pound, an in- crease of 51.09 per hundred- weight from 1970. Choice butcher steers dosed 1971 with a high price of 34.80 cents per pound, the highest price since 1951. Canada choice and Canada good grades comprised 79.5 per cent of the total gradings in the Lethbridge livestock picture in 1971, a drop of one half per cent. Of the total Canadian grad- ings, Lethbridge represented 63.7 per cent of the Canada choice and Canada good Mr. Chessor said this indicates the high quality of cattle feed in southern Alberta. Receipts of hogs at the pub- lic stockyards increased 14.9 per cent to Value was estimated at 000. Lethbridge exported hogs for immediate slaughter In 1971, down from in 1970. Total deliveries of sheep and lambs to the public stockyards increased 17.6 per cent up from In 1970. Hog slaughterings In Alberta increased 30.1 per cent for a provincial kill of hogs. On the national scene, bog slaughterings increased 16.9 per cent to hogs. CLIFF BLACK, CtrtiFied D.ntol Modwnk HACK DENTAL llvil MEDICAL DENTAL BLDO. PHONE 327-2172 PERLUX DRY CLEANING SALE STARTS MONDAY, JANUARY 17 DRESSES (PLAIN 1 PIECE) MEN'S 2-PIECE SUITS LADIES' 2-PIECE SUITS (PLAIN SKIRT) SLACK SUITS (SHORT TOP) ONLY 1.49 EACH PERLUX CLEANERS 410 5th ST. S. FREE PICK-UP PHONE 327-3644 SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. THURSDAY, JAN, 20th SALE STARTS 6.30 P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Good set wood bunk beds complete bookcase head- boards; Vanity dresser; 2-sets rinse tubs; Old dresser; Philips TV; Chest of drawers; Wood crib and mattress; New windows; Fleerwood 23" TV; Nice cradle; Wood fireplace; Small chest of drawers; G.E. fridge; R.C.A. combination washer dryer; Beatty wringer washer; Complete 54" bed; Evercold fridge; Good set of hockey equipment; Air cooler; Record cabinet; Fly tying kit; Viking vacuum; Folding picnic table; Exerciser; Old TVs for parts; Admiral TV; Snow shovel; Sledge; B.T.U. gas heater. Garden sprayer; Key cutter; Scythe; Garden tools; Stock whips; Leather apron; Pictures; Rod and reel; Electric razors; Chairs; Cupboard; Electric heater; Lariats; Garden hose; Table lamp; Funnel; Sani-Can; Radios. REMEMBER: AUCTIONEERS CHARITY SALE FOR RETARDED CHILDREN FEB. lit 7 P.M. EXHIBITION PAVILION FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 32M705 1920 2nd AVE. S. LETHERIDGI AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 41 lie 451 ALBERT'S MEN'S APPAREL JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES! SUITS to 95.00 NOW AS LOW AS SPORT JACKETS AS 1OW AS 20% off BLAZERS Cleorine-44.00 Lull Calll IORO LINED JACKETS New 'A price WOOL PANTS Reg. 19.95 from 3.00 COMPLETE STOCK OF WOOL PANTS UNADVERTISED SPECIALSI Ooen Thun.