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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday. January 31, 1973------------------------ Disaster preparation in mock plane crash T'r.e Co- emergency j orrilr-atpr for Coaidtile. Len [IT tlie club. Tues- j Schiebner, was operating a mo- day u-rmcxi "quite successful." i at the accident site, and the "As amateurs, we're suppas-1 base station was in commu- ed to set Lnvclved in emergen- motion vim tr.e EMO Co- cy work, and tiiis operation gave p-opsre tneir. :or i'.irin; a real disas- ordinaior for Lelhbridge. Joe Karl. Scien c'ub members partici- pated in the exercise. whic'n art said. mes- in a real situa- r-'uld occur." Mr. Stew-. 'Vi'.hm a mobile was :o set 'oase a re-mber's boT.e in Leth- i Foster to attend iLC-.ulatec ;r.essases were :'--e HCMP asking that trey set up roadblocks in '-he area ;o keeD enlcokers from hampering "rescue operations." The plare also "broke" Cal- gary Power arxl AGT lines. living tl-e oi Brox- bum without power. Tre rncbilef sent tris, and other aticn to the base station. wrere tr. time ot a real emergency. '.his information would bo to the ap- p-c-Driat.? I'rcer the scenario. four crew cued, and nine peo- ple -ere senocsly injured. The responsible :or edical supplies and pe-sonr_ei to the scene. A link was also established with an operator in Grassy Lake, who in the case of a real LCC board meet err. eree contact the ose senously For the first dnie in the his- of Leihbridge CoLIese. an .Alberta cabiE'ct City Socreds to attend convention like most of the 73 ridings in Alberta, both Lethbriclge cw.sritL-eccies will send a full of 27 delegates to the r-rovincial Social Credit con- vention in Edmonton Thursday to Friday. From Lethbridge East, the list, includes Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson the ML.V. Mr. and John Loewen, Mr. and Duare Gliege, Mr. and ____ Doug Murton, Mr. and Mrs. Vern McC-hie, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parsocs. Mr. and Mrs. Goldie Oliver. Mr. atxi Mrs. Allan Purvis. Dr. arxi An Okotoks youth chanced Mrs. Ernest Penrer. IRev. and with breaking into both Ink's H. J. Jost, Mr. and Sirs. Confectionery? arc Coleee Mer- Jafce Loewen. Lirxia Oliver. cirry pleaded Kilty in "p-ov-j-. Jim Dunstai: and Mrs. iVerrer ciai court Monday afternoon to another break ar.d enter charse from Warner. Barry Gerald Perraiit. IS. broke into the Imperial Oil bulk station at Wsrrsr Jan :s. When arrested on the. two Lethbridge charges, he admit- ted that i-.e had broken into the He pleaded net guilty to the I outh pleads innocent to break-in? minister v.ili attend a meeting of the LCC board of governors Advanced Education Minister Jim has EC. Ified LCC! president Dr. C. D. Stewart he! will visit the Lethbridge camp- i____________________________________ us somerlme this spring. we are pleased with the im- Insurance underwriters percmg visit and have sent cop- _____________________________________ ics of the board agenda to Mr. Foster to berter prepare him tor the ciscusiions. "This is the first time an ed vcation m'lnister has planned to attera a board meeting. It will provide an opportunity for Mr. Foster ;.T tecotne closely asso- ciated with the administration of college Dr. Stew- art siid. No date has been announced icr the minister's .L'it. LCC governors meet once a month and Dr. Stewart said Mr. Fos- ter's appearance is expected be- tween February and June. National aivard given here Tr.e Lethbridge Life Under-. his business over a vrruers' Associatlrn hss re- period, ceived a nationEl award for The achievsment haling the second hizhest rats Lethbridge association is indi- ot retention of business in Can-! cative that Lethbridge life un- derwriters are "selling on the two-year fied for ihs quality award. In I Calgary, only 19 per cent quali- (or the fled. Association president Reed Ainscough also announced that the executive decided the asso- Prairie tamers An early Noble Blade, manufactured by Noble Culti- vators of Nobleford likely during the 1930s makes horse drawn rod weeder tn the backround look old- er. implements were used to tame the natural Proirie and control soil drifting forming spread west. Located just south of old Fort Whoop-Up site west of Lethbridge, the implements are resting in appropriate surroundings and add to the hislory of the regioji. L-.2 that 4! rer cert of the mem- bersrJp :rr the na- In order to a rr.ora- ber must retair. r-" rcr cent of Ing's Confecrlonery and College Mernrrv charces. and re- manded to Feb :o for trial. He will be sentenced on the Mary Adams. Harriet CannEe- V.'amer charge or. the same ham. De.-rici Good. Wiif Jen- date, sen and Ruben Schmidt. The Lethbridge West riding delegates in-chid? Mr. ar-d Mrs. Dick" Gruenwald (the ?.L-. and ?.L-s. Ken Ptmis, St. and 3ts, Doug Paterson, Vem Yo'jng. Mr. and Mrs. Jack LaLCeryou. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Fred Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Cc-rsan Mr. and Jts. Howard G'-oc. ar.d Mrs. lorn Suge- rr.cto, Gerald Waldren. Max K'jrze. linnca Carlson. Ror.- Eemelce Costanzo, Greyhound Lines of Canada announces CHANGE OF SCHEDULE Calgary-Lethbridge Bus Service. For information, please call 327-1551 IN LETHBRIDGE, 265-9111 IN CALGARY. GO GREYHOUND and leave the driving to us sda. Members rx the association basis of need, rather than j elation this, year will support were to'.ri at a b-siness meet- greed." said featured speaker, three public programs: Medic Bernie Switzer of Crown Life in j Alert: a speakers bureau to C'lgarj'. proride speakers for schools. "People in the area are get- clubs and other groups: asd the ting what they want and are not j business, canvas for the heart being pressured into taking! fund drive, something they aren't satisfied i Mr. Swiaer addressed the with." he said. 'business meeting on motivation 'The top associarlon in Canada in selling and deal! in detail was at Que. where 51 per with various aspects cf recis- cer.t of the membership quail- tered retirement savings plans. Seasonal housing program response 'overwhelming' Farmer response to the pro- on request for construction vincial winter works program work to sugar oeet producers, to assist sucar beet L.I.P. grants to south groups assist sugar beet growers The producers are expected in the construction and renova- is provide their own materials for the renovations. The nrov- ince has allocated for waces to tl.e Ir.c'.an cr for payment to arty produc- er who does his o.vn work- Gil Evans of Raymond, a di- rector of tlte Alborta Sugar Beet Growers .Association, has beer, appointed group kader for the program Further information about program may 02 obtained from Mr. Eothdmley at Koom 2, of seasonal housijig has been "overwhelming." Al Bothajniey. cial manpower fieldman for Southern Alberta, said calls have been cximins from all across the sugar beet grcw- as region. Set UD as a Priority Employ- ment Program, in effect until 15. the assisance will be in the form cf a work team consisting oi a work leader and lour Indian skilled tradasmen. Approval of three more Local tiitiatives Program projects in Southern Alberta has been an- nounced by the department of manpower and immi- gration. Tne recipients are the Vni- versity oi Lethbridge stu- c'er.t co-operative child cen- tre, the Town of Pincher Creek, and the Town of Raymond. The U oi L chiid care centre wiE receive SS.BM to hire five people for a total of 76 man- iveeks, Jessie Snow, student so- ciety council chairman, says children of both sr.xien! and non-university couples can be placed at the centre. Federal contribution of EC.- Ml goes to the Town of Pincber Creek Ivautii'ic-tion program, v. ricln IriC'.'jdes Lhe creation coming. The win be available i 1S22. 7th St. S. or" telephoning American horse group representative from city The real thing? sign The new plcnt for Purity Betting L'rJ in be c-j: cf !his world, according to DCst- n 'r2 c: the ccrr.pa-y's c'd c-en'sss. T-e infor-rs us 'he firm hcs ''rr.ovsd to ne'.v c and ISfr Nonh Maybe the beverages by Viviane Steiner. 403 Mayor Maerath Drive, has been named Southern Alberta re- gional representative for the .American Saddle Horse Associ- ation of .Alberta. She says the association is loosing for persons who faddlebreds for show or plea- sure or persons interested in the breed. Saddlebreds were in- troduced to Canada from the southern United States She said the association wiil make pamphlets and all other information about the breed available to interested persons. If enov.gh Interest shOKT.. the association will sponsor taming ciinics at Ranchlrcd Recreatkiu during the suniEier. There are now 200 members in the province who compete at horse shows at Lethbrdee. Cal- Had Deer, Hat. Olds. Didsbury, Edmonton and Miss Steiner says any pe.-- son interested in octainirig a membership m ihe or informauon p.b-xt the breed can contact her by tejephotung EASTERN STAR (O.E.S II] 3rd Avt. i., Lethbridgc to attend the lervicfi far the lute MRS. N. IRELAND Thursday, Feb. 1st p.m STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 2- WESTERN ffEU DAY PANT 500 PAIR-All Flares and Bell Bottoms OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. FRIDAY TIL 6 P.M. Regularly 10.00 to 19.95 Famous California Jeans Whites Patterns 2 Tones Male Gaslight We Are Headquarters For LtVlj THE FAMOUS CALIFORNIA JEAN Pair only WESTERN We take grain in trade 308 5th Street S. Phone 328-4726 IIMIT 2 PR. PER CUITOMEK ;