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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MINO YOUR MIATIVIS AND NIIINDS MOM HURON TO VISIT. For travel arrangements and Information contacti BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE Centre Village Phone 338-3201 or 338-81M "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The LetKbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, January 30, 1971 pages 11 TO 22 It'i a GREAT DAY to SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITI �li.m _ - -- -- �""�����- .KmtMdqi fried �kfek�K (Special Prices on Bulk Orders) ERICKSEN'S 3021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 WINTER PRUNING - Spring is the time for crooning and spooning, but winter is best for pruning. For reasons best known to Mother Nature, trees seem to like to be pruned beween the month of November and February, so that is when city crews do their work. The picture on the left shows small fruit trees being trimmed to make * them beautiful for spring. The next shot shows the result of this type of pruning. The next picture illustrates how crews cut the top branches to keep them from power and telephone lines. The truncated trees at right are the result. Reclamation through recycling urged as means for combating pollution By HERB JOHNSON Herald Staff Writer Recycling - what is it? Is it something Lethbridge citizens should be concerned about? Briefly, recycling is the reuse of articles that most people have become accustomed AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES to throwing away when they are of no immediate use. A local group, Pollution Control - Southern Alberta, is getting started on efforts to publicize the need for recycling as a means of combating pollution. If their efforts are successful, the concept of recycling could become a part of everyday life in Lethbridge. One of the group's first official actions in this area has been favorably received. A letter to city council supporting the banning of burning barrels and the burying, rather than burning, of paper garbage received council's commendation. As the letter points out, how-eve;', this is only one step; the ultimate solution is reclamation through recycling. \ see ui for fast, expert PHOTO NISHIKG IS" ^ Anglo Distributors Stereo t Photographic Centre 419 5th Street South Phone 328-6933 A PC-SA committee, in an effort to promote the idea of recycling, has prepared a guide that the average person can use. A spokesman for the group said they intend to distribute it as widely as possible. It is available from PC-SA, Box 472, Lethbridge. The guide consists mainly of a list of commonly used items and the methods the committee has worked out for ensuring that they are re-used, rather than thrown out. Newspapers, for example, are burned in many Lethbridge households. These can be used by a local greenhouse as insulation in shipping flowers. PC-SA is planning to collect newspapers and take them to the greenhouse each month. Magazines can also be used again. The guide suggests sharing subscriptions with friends or relatives. Hospitals, nursing homes ano offices of doctors or dentists may also need good used magazines. Many household items such as clothing, rags, toys, books, dishes and furniture can be COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 337-5454 59* SALE! FEBRUARY 1st thro FEBRUARY 6th ONLY ZEUER-SAFEWAY SHOPPING CENTRE Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-7576 One hour ainrtii, THE MOST IN DRY CLEANING WESTMINSTER VILLAGE 13th Street North.^ Phone 327-6726  MEN'S SUCKS _  LADIES'SLACKS 1*1 IP  MEN'S SUIT JACKETS WMM V  LADIES' SUIT JACKETS I �� 1  LADIES' PLAIN SKIRTS.....each WW WHITE SHIRTS Laundered to perfection, OAlS folded or on hanger . .. EACH 0|| BE WISE-MARTINIZE Open Daily 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday till 9 p.m. utilized by the Salvation Army They will accept clothing and linens in any condition. Glass bottles, a major pollution problem, can be re-used The guide recommends purchasing only returnable bottles. It lists firms that will ac-cep'; other types and notes that the group is investigating ways of snipping all types of bottles to a glass company in Red-cliff. Two apparent problems are rubber and plastics items. The guide says there is no local demand for scrap tires, except those that can be retreaded. It suggests that plastic items be used as little as possible. The committee is still working on these two, and asks that any ideas for re-use be shared with them. Tin cans also cannot be recycled, but it is suggested that taking off both ends and flat-toning the cans cuts down on the volume of garbage. The guide also contains some tips on how to go about having your own backyard compost. It suggests that books on organic gardening are available from the public library for those who want further information. Question of Liberal leadership could be partly decided today Renovating Texaco Canada Ltd. has taken out a $21,000 building permit authorizing renovations to the warehouse at 1915 2nd Ave. S. Included is an addition to the warehouse, a tank truck loading ramp and two vertical storage tanks. By JOAN BOWMAN Herald Staff Writer CALGARY - The annual meeting of the Alberta Liberal party opened here Friday night with about 140 delegates in attendance and all its factions showing. The big question - whether the three - day convention should be turned into a leadership convention- was to be resolved this afternoon. Friday night it was difficult to sense any majority opinion among the delegates, including the five from the two Lethbridge ridings. Dr. W. J. Cranley, Lethbridge physician and a party presidential hopeful, has said the party should remain lead-erless fot the next election but should help anyone who wants to run as a party candidate. A leader should be picked from among the winners. Retiring president Peter Petrasuk, a Calgary alderman, in a short, pointed speech Friday night, said any leadership hopeful should "prove himself at the polls" before he contests the leadership. On the other side of the question is a group headed by lawyer George McKimm, of Calgary, who wants a leader elected now in order to give the party direction and co-hesiveness in the next election, expected in June this year. In full agreement with Mr. McKimm is Robert Russell, a St. Albert businessman who is the only man obviously now seeking the leadership. He has even produced a personal policy statement for delegates. However, Mr. Petrasuk said Mr. Russell, who has been twice defeated in races for the leadership has "had his chance." To make matters a bit more complex, relations between Dr. Cranley and Mr. Russell are not the warmest at this time. Dr. Cranley has asked for transcripts from a radio and TV program in which Mr. Russell imputed less than honorable motives to Dr. Cranley in his contesting the presidency. Election of a new president will take place Sunday morn- Pennit issued for renovations A $30,000 building permit has been taken out by the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for renovations to the second floor. The work is part of a project that will provide a 21-bed psychiatric ward on the third floor. Some changes must first be made to the second-floor obstetrics ward. Total cost of the project is estimated at $80,000 of which $50,000 will go for equipment. ing, and it is at least a two-way race between Dr. Cranley and Edmonton Lawyer Mike MacDonald. Tentative contestants are Edmonton alderman B. C. Tanner and John Hutton, Calgary exploration geologist. Meanwhile, watching the convention with a cool eye is former party leader Jack Lowery, 41 - year - old Calgary minister and businessman. Mr. Lowery quit as leader last spring after his merger talks with the Social Credit party met with heavy criticism from the Alberta Liberals. Mr. Lowery said the Alberta federal Liberals, "have never been in a better position, but the provincial party is prob- ANGLO'S "STEREO FAIR" SEE PAGE 6 SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 fJCLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDO. PHONE 327-2822 PHONE 'N' EAT # Tantalizing Chinese Food # Lotus Sunshine Fried Chicken Delivered to your door steaming hot. No extra charge for order* over $3.00. Just Call | IC Acre" 3274)240 B 11 B 11 % from ,he or 327-2297 BeV IVJ CPU Depot Open Weekdays 7 a.m.  2 a.m. - Sundays 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. THE ROY CLINIC IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE ADDITION OF DR. IAIN L McFADZEN GENERAL PRACTITIONER TO THEIR MEDICAL STAFF ably worse than when 1 left. "Nothing has happened to change my mind about the merger." He said, "We need the provincial party to strengthen the federal wing." If the federal government called an election now the Liberals would get 10 seats in Alberta. The Liberals now hold four of 19 federal ridings in Alberta. on the qo X. with the Newest addition to the Fender ltni...MiM for student or profession*!... in intiirsltd circuit amplifier with 8" speaker and � red solid-body guitar with tremolo, adjustable bridge and high fidelity pickup. The right combination for youl MUSICLAND Corner 3rd Ave. and 13th St. S. NOTICE! H0YT HARDWARE WILL BE CLOSED TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 2nd and 3rd For Annual Inventory! RE-OPENING FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4th NORTH-LETHBRIDGE 324 13th St. N. DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. INVITE THE "BEST MAN" Your "Day of Days" will be Remembered for all time with Beautiful portraits by *~3err\j Zand's A. E. CROSS epitotograpftif JZtl lethbridgo 327-2673 - Tabor 223-2402 5444 ;