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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 84 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD Solurdny, July IS, 1972- streets tpiiet MIAMI BEACH (API No one wanted another Chicago. IL's almost as simple us that. Bo everyone Rave a protesters, Hie police, the city, the party and its nnd the streets were quiet Labor picked LONDON (AP) Sixty-one per cent of British voters be- lieve the Opposition Laboriles will win the next general elec- tion while only 22 per cent think the Conservative government has a chance of holding on to power, a public opinion poll re- ported Thursday. during the Democratic na- tional convention. Convinced that violence would damage their individual causes, these diverse forces worked together this week to produce peaceful protests far different from the turbulence that swept the streels of Chi- cago when the Democrats convened there four years ago. ONLY ON SUNDAY The 128-foot Kakabeka Falls near Thunder Bay, Ont., flows only on Sundays; on weekdays the water is diverted to gener- ate hydro power. BUS SERVICE DURING EXHIBITION WEEK During Exhibirion Week ihe No. 1 and No 1A bus rot-le will be extended !o Lakeview Drive on South Parkside Drive. These buses will provide service near the South gate Monday Ihrough Salurday as follows: MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY 20 minute service from 7 a.m. till p.m. 40 minute service4thereafter till p.m. THURSDAY and FRIDAY 20 minute service will be maintained till p.m. ROUTE 2 MONDAY through SATURDAY Will operate directly to the West goto every 00 minutes From a.m. to p.m. The bus will enter the grounds and exit through the North gate every 30 minutes from a.m. to p.m. PLEASE NOTE: The Route 2 bus will operate on its regular route and not on Parkside Drive during Exhibi- tion Week. OTHER ROUTES All other regular buses will operate regular routes and schedules. PLEASE NOTE Service will be provided to North and South Lethbrrdge after p.m. ADULT, STUDENT AND CHILDREN'S FARES ARE 10 CENTS CASH TRANSFERS WILL BE ACCEPTEO Passengers are requested to place own fares in the box. GO WITH US RIDE THE BUS Squirrel shooting urged in Ontario BLACK HERO Actor Richard Roundrree, above, help- ed set a trend for black heroes wilh his role as a private detective in "Shaft." The film, MGM's only big hit in 1971, reportedly drew an million gross in the U.S. and Canada. Musical gunman forgets money LOS ANGELES (Reuter) A musical gunman who held up a bar here became so en- grossed with playing the bass fiddle in the bar band that he forgot to take the money from the barman, police said. The gunman forced patrons to He flat on the floor and ordering the bar organist to "play anything." He stepped up in the stage and accompanied him on the bass before leaving. A few hours later the gun- man, realizing he had forgot- ten the money, returned to the bar and ordered the bartender to hand over 5290. "He didn't say bar- man Joseph Pother, 40, com plained to the police. "And he's a lousy bass player, too." TORONTO (CP) Wild squirrels ore an elusive, wor- thy game animal which On- tario hunters have yet to take seriously. They make good eating too. That's the opinion of the provincial natural resources ministry, which put in a pilch for hunting the lowly bushy tails this week in annni.incing the 1972 open-season regula- tions for hunting grey, olack and fox squirrels. "Squirrel hunting has the potential to provide many hours of quality recreation in Ontario, but relatively few people arc devoted pursuers of this worthy game the statement said. In a burst of poelic indulg- ence, the announcement con- cludes: "The ability of a squirrel to detect a human from a dis- tance and pull a disappearing act by entering a hole in a tree, by flattening itself against tree limbs or cimply by scurrying to the opposite side of the tree trunk, make it a difficult quarry and a chal- lenge to hunt." CAN EE MEAN Dave Walton, a mammalo- who studies animals the wildlife branch, ad- mitted Wednesday ho may have seemed overly-exuberant WANTED WORK FOR BACKHOE and FRONT END LOADER With or without operator. FREE ESTIMATES TRENCHING O DRIVEWAYS DUO TRUCKING BACK FILLING Superior Maintenance and Contracting Ph. 328-5083 Lethb-idge GREENHOUSE MANAGER Calgary operation specializing In tomatoes. Should have some knowledge of plant sciences and mechani- cal maintenance. Salary commensurate with qualifica- h'oni. Good prospects for advancement. Apply in con- fidence to: Canada Manpower Centre. 419.7th Street South, Lelhbridge In preparing the statement. "liul the squirrels you find in the woods don't act like the ones you see on lawns and he said. "In the bush, they become secretive, and can be very mean when cornered, difficult to ob- serve. In mnny parts of the east- ern States, squirrel hunting has been an absorbing Seamen end 90-day strike TOKYO (AP) Japan's ncean-goinR seamen ended a 90-day strike Wednesday as ocean shipping labor and man- agement accepted a govern- ment mediation plan for end- ing Ihe longest walkout by a single Japanese union. The government plan was of- fered lato Tuesday night by transport minister Ilidcyo Sasaki to representatives of t h c all-Japan Seamen's Union and the two ocean-goiug management. The government intervened in negotiations as the strike, which began April 14, became a growing menance to the na- tional economy. The government plan called for an average monthly pay raise of plus increased fringe benefits including pay- ment by Japanese shippers for seamen's dependents to travel to ports of cull. The union was originally de- manding an average monthly pay hike of At present, Japanese sea- men's basic pay ranges be- tween and a munlli. KIIIES IIAGE WIIITEHORSE, Y.T. (CP) More than 35 forest fires arc burning in the Yukon, including one of acres and another of A forest service) spokesman said about 500 men were fighting the fires. He said no communities were threaten- ed. sport for hundreds of years, as attested by some of the early pioneer U.S. folk heroes such as Davy Crockett, who sharpened their diooting eye and hunting instinds in this way. In addition to the sport, said Mr. Walton, squirrel meat is "very delicious, a little more gamy in taste lhan the rab- bit." Sitting down to a meal of "squirrel quarters" or squir- rel pie can be a worthwhile experience, he said. SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-2707-327-3610 School of Continuing Education FOR GRADE SUPPLEMENTAL EXAMINATIONS July 24th to August 4th, 1972 TENTATIVE TIMETABLE a.m. English 30, Mathematics 30, Biology 30 p.m. Social Sludies 30, Chemistry 30, French 30 p.m. Physics 30, Mathematics 31 Classes begin July 24th, 1972 FEE: per subject Pre-regislration prior to July 24th is desirable. For Further information and registration please contacti SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Telephone 327-2141 ext. 228 HELPS YOU FIGHT INFLATION with LOW MONDAY and TUESDAY ONLY THESE SPECIALS EFFECTIVE ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA LETHBRIDGE 9 am- to 6 P-m- Thursday Dnd Frlday 9 am to 9 pm FREE DELIVERY IN THE CITY UTILITY GRADE MATURE TURKEYS 8 to 12 Ibs. Ib. IGA BREAD .10 loaves GOLDEN RIPE HOT DOG or HAMBURGER 4 TOPS DOG FOOD 15 oz. tins 16 TASTY BRAND FROZEN, CUT UP Ib. KING SIZE TIDE B.C. NO. 1 CHERRIES 3 Ibs. ALBERTA WHITE FINE GRANULATED SUGAR 10 ;