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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta There ore still a number of SUMMER AND FALL CHARTER FLIGHTS Still Available Call us New. For Information and trovtl ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centra Village Mall Phone 328-3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Letfabridge, Alberta, Tuesday, July 3, 1973 PAGES 13 TO 26 LETHMIDOE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall lethbridge. Alberta Mteno (403) 321-7411 FILING CABINETS U of L bursary deadline July 13 The provincial government today announced extension for applicants seeking a special govern- ment bursary to the Univer- sity of Lethbridge. Announced May 18, the program provides up to per student per year for at- tendance at the U of L. The original deadline was June 30. A university spokesman said today 73 applications for the bursary have been re- ceived by the students' fi- nance board. Advanced Education Minis- ter Jim Foster has stated he hopes to attract 200 students to the U of L with the gov- ernment aid. The new application dead- line is July 13. Alberta students who do not live near a college or uni- versity and who must leave home to begin university study, are eligible for the grant at the IT of L. Rapeseed price hits record high Farmer payments for rape- seed deliveries have reached per bushel, an all-time high price for the oilseed crop, A shortage-of soya beans in the United States is claim- ed to be the reason for the high price. Hand in hand with the price hike is a rise in price for protein, a byproduct of the oilseed crushing industry used in the animal feeding industry. Holiday weekend takes heavy toll Certified Dental Mechanic IFF BLACK, JtACK DENTAL lAEfi JMMCAl DENTAL BIOO. lower Level PHONE 327-2122 BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. Future park RICK ERVIN photo Plans are almost completed for a new city park which will be constructed at 308 2nd St. S., the present site of Marshall Auto Wreckers Ltd. This aerial photograph shows the hundreds of rejected cars which are scheduled fo be moved by the end of this year so work on the park can begin by 1974. Marshall Auto Wreckers ltd. will be moving to Highwcy 3 and Sunnyside Rd. irt the County of Lethbridge about two miles east of the city. ASTRO REALTY LTD. on't delay let us yOur home loday PHONE 328- 7748 THE DANGER OF POLIO IN 1973 Twenty years ago the hot summer months brought the fear of polio to every parent. And new, in 1973, in spite of the availability ef an easy to administer and effective vaccine against polio, one of ef every three children in the 1-4 year eld age group has net been immunized. With the development ef the oral dosage, Sabin vaccine, protection can be obtained without any discomfort, it is administered en a sugar cube or a few flavoured drops are put into the child's mouth. Only by being sure that all children are immunized can we be certain this dread disease will remain dormant. SUMMERTIME ADVICE Bites (Bees, dogs, snakes and bite of any kind con be very dangerous and tot be passed off matter of fcclly. Don't try to rely on your own judgement if you are ever bitten, for quick professional attention has often saved a life. DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN FREE CITT WIDE DELIVERY GEORGE RODNEY Noig Medical ilda. 401 5th St. S. 601 6th Ave. S. Free Delivery Can 32S-6133 Coil 327-3364 Town group to meet Queen FORT MACLEOD (Special) the Queen's seven- hour Alberta visit, she will have an audience with 100 people from Fort Macleod at the Calgary Stampede. The royal visit is to pay homage to the RCMP on this, its centennial year. Originally it was hoped the royal party would make a stop at Fort Macleod. The FINAL CALL Our Vaults Almost Full FOR YOUR FURS INSURED FUR. STORAGE [NEW YORK FURS! 1 604A3rdAve.S. I Phone 327-3276 tationers JCtJ. PHONE 327-4591 Your Southern Alberta, Office Supply Headquarters COLUMNER SHEETS LEDGER SHEFTS TRANSFSF CASES BINDINC CASES INDEX CARDS RUNG FOLDERS Flit CABINETS itinerary had been scheduled and this could not be ar- ranged. The Fort Macleod Centennial Society, under the leadership of Leighton Buck- well has arranged the visit. The delegation, half of which is school children and teacher chaperones will tra- vel to Calgary on Thursday. Two school buses will leave at 10 a.m. and two charter buses carrying adults will leave at 11 a.m. The four bus loads will rendezvous at Sheep Creek campground and proceed to Flare Square to- gether. One security pass will admit the party. The three students for each grade were drawn from a hat Two of these children have been chosen to make presen- tations to the royal couple. Karen Potts, a great-grand- daughter of Jerry' Potts, the NWMP Metis guide, will pre- sent a set of six sterling sil- ver souvenir spoons to the Queen. Chief Red Crow was one of the signers of Treaty No. 7. His great-grandson, Joe Red Crow, wiH present a set of gold cuff links to Prince Phil- lip. Both gifts feature Fort Madeod's centennial sym- bol. The two children will be dressed in native costume. Among the adult represen- tatives are descendants of original North West Mount- ed Police, early settlers and citizens who have contributed to the community. The group will meet with the royal couple at p.m. and remain in Flare Square until the party leaves the area at p.m. The buses will then return to Fort Macleod. A 47-year-old Fishing Lake, Sask., man who died Sunday night in Barnwell, 25 miles east of Lethbridge, whan a truck ran over him is among at least 24 persons who