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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta INQUIRE ABOUT THl PRE-CHRISTMAS HAWAII CRUISE ABOARD THE 'ARCADIA', DEC. 6-20, 1973 14 DAYS FROM For further information and bookings contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Contra Village Moll Tolophono 328-3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTIOV Lethbridge, Albeita, Monday, July 9, 1973 PAGES 11 TO 20 1ETHMIDOE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. lower Levol 7lh Street Shopping Ml Uthbrldg., Alberta Phone (403) 321-7411 CHAIRS North West Mounted Police gun crew saluting Jaycee's flag dedication near Whoop-up site Canada, Alberta, flags dedicated A tribute to history, a tri- bute to Southern Alberta and a tribute to the RCMP were all combined in the three flag dedication ceremonies at the original Fort Whoop-Up site Sunday. The ceremonies to dedicate the ensigns of Canada, Alber- ta and the flag of Fort Whoop- Codified Dental Mechanic [CLIFF MACK, iCK DENTAL MBtCAL DENTAL BLDO. Uwor level mONE 327-2122 Up-r-wbich were erected last month by the Lethbridge Jay- cees were attended by about 125 people and includ- ed a special performance by the Letbbridge North West Mounted Police gun crew and a Canadian Forces air fly- by. The flags, which the visi- tors viewed from across the river from the fort site at the national historic look out site, were erected to revital- ize the cairn at the site for this the centennial year of the RCMP, said the president of the D. W. Pommen said the Jaycees were responsible for erecting the cairn in 1946 and so felt something special should be done at the Fort Whoop-Up site mis year to help with centennial celebra- tions. He said the flags were erected by 15 Jaycees who floated them across the river, carried them to the fort site and then cemented them in. Mr. Pommen said the flags will remain there permanent- ly and will be looked after and cleaned from year to year by the Jaycees. The president of the Leth- bridge Historial Society, Atex Johnston, gave a brief his- tory of Fort Whoop-Up for the visitors and said the fort was once the most notorious, of 26 early trading posts be- tween 1869 and 1874. He said alcohol- was the fort's most profitable trade item and when the NWMP came west in 1274 one of their main functions was to control Fort and its illicit whisky, trading. Sgt M. J. Moar, Leth- bridge subdivision of the RCMP, gave the address at the ceremonies. Cycle crash injures man DR. R. S. FABBI OPTOMETRIST 314 8th Street South APPOINTMENTS PHONE 327-3331 You Can't Take A Vacation From Dental Health Proper dental hygiene a a 365 By adopting a low now you can holp oliminato plaque and cavities. an know about doeay, but what about ploqvo? This is a combination of bocfona and 1000 wnitli collects the gum lino. If net removed it will destroy along boney supper! around your reeth Brusftfng notps and lost. and heahhy in the mouth show in brushing. Dental floss can pfo but connoY feocn DisdoMpro tablets, oitsonred rre plane has been missed toot whfdt hos SUMMERTIME ADVICE- BURNMSUNRURN, HEARTBURN, FIRE) Don't suffer unnecessarily with any type of bum. We regularly carry many products that con greatly ease the discomfort for you in simple situations. Naturally, with something more sericws TTOU would reiy on a doctor for treatment. DRAFFIN'S DISPENSAWY AND DOWNTOWN FREE CfTT WIDE PEUVERY GEORGE RODNEY Hfffe Medical Wdf. 401 5th St. S. 60! eth Ave. S. Free Delivery Colt 328-6133 Call A 23 year old Lethbridge man is in fair condition in the Letbbridge Municipal Hospital after being, injured in a single motorcycle acci- dent Sunday. Nolan Kevin Davies, 822 16th St. S., was thrown sev- eral feet in the air when the motorcycle be was driving bounced off a curb early Sun- day morning on North Park- side Dr. S. A tity police constable re- ceived a whiplash injury Sat- urday morning in a vehicle accident at the intersection of 16th Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive. Const Joseph Schenk, 959 8th SL S., was stopped at a red light when involved in a rear-end collision with a ve- FAGS OF LIFE TIN CAMS? W HOT EAT TMiM. THE LABELS HfcVE SUIT IV THEM. WHICH GOATJ Ant) here's another fact you should know for your speak- ng appointments, sales meet- ings, conventions, etc we have the PRESENTATION EAZEl complete with stand, bul- letin board, end chalk board. Available now et SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. 316 7th Street foofb 321K01 bide driven by Henry Matte- otti, 59, 970 Mayor Magrath Dr. Vehicle damage is esti- mated at Two persons were injured in a two car collision six miles south of Lethbridge on Highway 4 Friday. Linda Verbaas, 24, of Bellevue, injured a knee and a passenger in the Verbaas- driyen vehicle, Margaret El- feyiew, 49, Blairmore, re- ceived neck injuries in the collision. Driver of the second ve- hicle, Marvin L. Lagler, 31, of Warner, escaped injury. 5-year-old hit by car near lane AS- year oW Lethbridge boy suffered a broken leg in a motor vehicle-bicycle acci- dent at this morning at the intersection of 6th Avenue end 28th Street S. Darrell Lendrum, 406 Di- eppe Blvd., is bong treated in the Lethbridgc Municipal Hospjtal. Reg Osmond, 16, of Leth- bridge was tie driver of the vehicle involved in the colli- Police estimate damage at over A 51-year-old Lethbridge man remains in fair condi- tion today in the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital after re- ceiving serious injuries in a head-on collision near Stir- ling Friday. Joe Magistad was a pas- senger in a vehicle driven by Joe Kaytor, 34, of Regina, which was in collision on Highway 4 with a vehicle driven by Glenn David Smith, 21, of Coutts. Air. Smith received a minor cut to the chin. Police estimate vehicle damage at BERGMANS ROOt covEtmes Custom Installations Mi. 2716 12 Ave. S. sion. AKROYD'S PLUMBING, HEATING AND GASFTTTfNG 24-HOUR SERVICE WORK New Phono 32S.2106 E. S. P. FOX Denial FOX DENTAL LAI LTD. 204 Medical Dental IMf. Auction strike looms Cattlemen await gov't brand move By RIC SWIHART Herald Staff Writer Alberta's agriculture min- ister will signify Tuesday whether he will bow to live- stock feeders, dealers and auction market operators and rescind Section 22 of the Livestock Brand Inspection Act. A resolution calling for ex- emption of Section 22, pass- ed by a vote of 65 to eight, was to be in Agriculure Min- ister Hugh Homer's hands to- day for the Tuesday decision, said Ralph Void of Ponoka, president of the Alberta Auc- tion Markets Association, in a telephone interview. The resolution, passed at a heated meeting in Red Deer Friday, was voted on by rep- resentatives of the Western Stock growers Association, Unifarm, the Albeita Auction Markets Association, termi- nal public stockyards in Ed- monton, Calgary and Lloyd- minister and private live- stock dealers. The cause of the dispute was the enforcement July 1 of Section 22 which shifted the responsibility for making cattle and horse brands readable to livestock pro- ducers, feeders or auction market operators. Provincial livestock brand inspectors were previously responsible. When announced, cattle- men from throughout the province called fdr the spe- cial meeting. They claimed such a regu- lation would cause havoc in the livestock industry, espe- Winnipeg boys asphyxiated in their tent By THE CANADIAN PRESS Two teen-age boys who ap- parently asphyxiated while camping in a tent were among at least 13 persons who died accidentally on the Prairies during the weekend. A Canadian Press survey from 6 p.m. Friday to mid- night Sunday, local showed five dead in Mani- toba, five dead in Alberta and three in Saskatchewan. Except for the two boys, all the deaths occurred in. traffic sccidsats. "Hie boys, Danny Kersken, 14, and Ken Kolochen, 15, both of Winnipeg, were found Saturday in their tent at Gull Lake, Man., along with an unlit propane beater that had the valve turned on. The other persons killed in Manitoba were also from Winnipeg. Brenda TriMnski and Ade- lene Vanclair, 14, were killed Saturday when two cars col- lided at a highway intersec- tion near St. Anne, 30 miles southeast of Winnipeg. William Carsweu, 69, was killed Saturday when his car and another collided near Beausejour, 30 mites north- east of Winnipeg. In Alberta, Charles Whit- ford, 75, of Gift Lake was killed Saturday while walk- ing along a road near High Prairie in the northwest part of the province. In Alberta, a motorcyclist and; IBS female passenger, died in Calgary Sunday night when motorcycle struck a parked car and veered off into the path of an oncoming car. Their names have not been released. Dennis Gtedue, 40, of Jons- sard, Alia., was killed when MR CONDITION with AlCON lEWrGCTATION LTD. FURNACES, SHEET METAL HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING 2214 41 St. S. Ph. 327-5BU OR. WAlliR L MITSON to onftounct the emaciation of DR. THOMAS I. ADAMACK in trie Practice of Optometry 322 7th St. S., Telephone 327-7555 By Appomtmtnt be attempted to flag down a truck about 40 miles east of the town, 160 miles northwest of Edmonton. Thomas Alexander Krevo- shiea, 9, of Grande Cache was hit by a car Friday while crossing a street in the town, 230 miles west of Edmonton. Pamela Camduff, 17, of Re- gina was killed Sunday when the car in whcih she was a passenger went out of control and crashed in the city. Brian Kurtz, 21, of Odessa, Sask., was killed when his motorcycle and a car colli- ded Saturday at a Regina in- tersection. Joseph Albert Lamopfae, 67, of Shaunavon, Sask., died when the half-ton truck he was driving overturned Fri- day in a ditch near the town, 190 miles southwest of Re? gina. cially in the marketing cod of the business. Mr. Void said it was the feeling of everybody at the meeting, exctpt representa- tives from Tjnifarm, that the section should out of the rule book. "The government hired brand inspectors all over the country to do this type of he said. "It is our opinion that if a brand inspector checks a brand and fills out a mani- fest saying the animal is okay, that should be enough. "Since the same manifest moves from buyer to buyer with the same animal, the first inspection should be enough." When asked what would happen if Dr. Homer refuses to rescind Section 22, Mr. Void said there was a pos- sibility of a type of strike ac- tion by the auction markets. We'll see what they'll (gov- ernment) do if every terminal and every market will not clip the he said. it goes that far, we won't let the inspectors on our H. M. Link, supervisor of regulatory services for the Alberta Department of Agri- culture, told The Herald in a telephone interview Saturday, "We're still not any smarter than when we went down there (Red Mr. Link said some of the reasons for the cattlemen wanting the section rescind- ed "are ridiculous in our opinion." He said the cattlemen think the section will stow down the selling process but the government doesn't agree. ASTRO REALTY LTD. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CUNIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz BMf. 222 5th R 1 Phono 3214095 LOOK! TAKE YOUR PICK FOR ONLY FRUIT NAPPIES O 1 SUGAR COVD BUTTER DISH........ 8" FRUIT BOWL....... DEC. COFFEE MUGS 2for79c Call China 327-5767 79c 79c THE AUCTION BLOCK 2508-2nd AVE. N. LICENSE 1553 REGULAR TUESDAY EVENING SALE, July 10th p.m. 30 excellent single mattresses, multidode of floral drapes, stainless steel counter tops with sinks, new 9x32 shag rug, 916x12 red shag carpet, 9Bxl2 green hard twist carpet, 9x12 white shag rug, exceOent radio and record combin- ation, mated brown hide-a-bed in tip top shape, aquarium, dresser sets, step ladder, wringer washers, swing set, drop leaf table, 9x12 linoleum. Spartan TV and radio combination, trikes, lawn mowers (gas and bird cage, planter, variety of televisions, 6 chrome kitchen chairs, wagon wbcd fence, (with steel 2 boys bikes and one girls, doable tabs. Early Canadian rocker: 2 Buffets; Wood lathe: Bine hade-a-bed: drib; Floor bin; Occasional chair; 2 Chin- chillas (with Fridges: Coffee tables: Spinning wheel; Oak picture frames: Skis and ski boots: Green stacking chairs; UpboSstered patio arm chairs; Wringer washers; Chesterfields; A real good Smith Corona port- able typewriter; and many more items too numerous U> list Pick-up service for consigned goods avaflaMe. Pbme3ZM2Z2 Auctioneer: -JOHN BEREZAY lie. No. Mi ;