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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta AUTUMN IN THE ORIENT Special "Expo 70" Wind-up Tour (described by many Ito exhibition ever for yourself at low charter pricoi. All inclusive 22 days. BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE From CALGARY only From VANCOUVER only S824 S799 Departure Date September 8 The Lethbridiie Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday. July 17, 1970 PAGESJ1TO_2Q_ Jerry A. E. CROSS f-Jhotocjrcrpny WE TAKE GRAIN IN -TRADE ABOVE MARKET PRICES GIVEN Design Contract Awarded For U of L Project Two Til r Will V NATO PESTICIDE INSTITUTE-Eighty of the world's foremost scientists in the fields of organochlorines and organophosphates are gathered in lethbridge this week as part of an advanced study institute on toxicity of pesticides used on livestock. Above are five of the men involved in the lectures and discussions, left to right, pro- fessor F. Hobbiger, London, England; Dr. F. Korte, Bir-_ linghoven, West Germany; Dr. M. H. Khan, institute chair- man and, lexicologist at the Lethbridge Research Station; Dr. H. Hurtig, Ottawa and professor J. F. deAzevedo, Lisbon, Portugal. Sessions continue until Tuesday at the University of Lethbridge. It is a NATO conference, with that organization providing mostly for travel expenses of the scientists._______________________ City Welfare Budget Will Be Over-Expended The City of Lethbridge social service assistance budget will be over-expended this year. ABister Findaly, city finance director, said Friday .93 per cent of the allotcd had been spent by the end of June. Commenting on a report that Calgary is faring Water Main Break Floods Basements City crews were digging up the TOO block on 4th Ave. S. this morning in an attempt to locate a water main break, which-is "welfare Mr. Findlay said it was clear some time ago that the city was going to be over- expended this year and that City Manager Tom Ferguson iad been made aware of tills situation. He added that the provincial government is in the same abl- ation and there is nothing to be done except to spend the money that is required. As far as the city is con- cerned, the expenditure may cemeu, UKJ causing flooded basements in not be too great because the province covers 80 per City Woman's Condition Said Good The condition of a Lethbridge woman, Molly Percy, is de- scribed by hospital officials in Fort Macleod as satisfactory following a three car pile up on Highway 3 near Monarch Wednesday. Drivers of the other two cars were Rita Burton of Lethbridge and Nicholas Kostyniuk of Rich- mond, B.C. None was Injured seriously. Damage to the three cars was reported ir. excess of CUFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. SLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLD6. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2888 the area. The section of street, which is part of the Whoop-Up Days pa- rade route, is not expected to tie up traffic, said water works engineer Irv Fraser. "A flow of water released by the break cm the water main short circuited to the sanitary sewer system causing the lat- ter to surcharge, resulting in flooded basements in the gen- eral he said. "There is about three and a half feet of water in the base- ment in the Huron and Erie building." He said there is a varying degree of water levels in base- ments in the area. Damage In Collision An intersection colli s i o n Thursday on the corner of 22nd St. and 15th Ave. S. resulted in damage to vehicles driven by Susan J. Wilde of Raymond and Glen A. Grant of Taber. There were no injuries. SAT. JULY 18th ONLYI Snack Pack Special Regular Value] 2 for FISH CHIPS Ocean fresh fish and chips to go in Mother Brown's 104 year old Batter OPEN AT 12 NOON 2714 12th AVOTIU. South 326-8392 social service assistance budget. A spokesman, for the social service department said assis- tance figures are about double last year, but there is no real crisis. Figures for this spring do show there has Deen no decline in the number of people re- ceiving assistance, as there usually is in the spring and summer. There were 205 persons re- ceiving assistance in May anc 206 in June compared with 112 and 97 in the same months last year. The spokesman said as far as he could tell the situation was general in the province and across Canada. The Unemployment Insur- ance Commission reports a similar situation. The office had claims in June this year, compared with year. A spokesman for the office said several major industries including trailer and chemical plants, had laid off men this spring, which had contributed to the high numoer of claims Another factor was an influx of workers from other prov- inces, particularly Saskatche- wan and Manitoba. PHOTOGRAPHERS Two students experienced as assistant photographers are available for summer jobs through the Canada Manpower Centre student placement div ision in Lethbridge SPACE WHEELS The largest, highest, wildest brightest, smoothest, portable riding device in all the worlc will be offered this yftar on the mighty Thomas Shows Midway at Wlioop-Up Days in Lethbridge July 20-25. Tower- ing 90 feet above the crowd the "Space Wheels" ride is made up two huge Ferris Wheels, one above the other, and revolving around each other. Boastinj the most elaborate lighting o any ride ever invented, the fantastic "Space Wheels" cat be seen, for miles around, ian( provide .experiences never tsen S The letter suggests all inter- Warrant Issued A 20-year-old Denver, Col orado man, Wendell failed to appear in Magis (rate's court Friday on a drug charge. Following stipulation of hii bail, was confiscated anc a warrant for his arrest wa issued. COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 atcd activities. Directly adjoin- ing will be an Olympic sized swimming pool, part of the next construction phase. The temporary art facilities vill be converted later into gym- astic and dance studios, and n outdoor sculpture court will K established at the north end f the building. Exterior walls will be of sand- Dlasted concrete, the same type the main academic building now under construction will lave, likely with a rose or deep red-brown coloration. The sloping roofs to the gym- nasium and future pool area vill be copper cladding, and vill be about the same height as the top of the nine-story aca- lemic wing. The complex will be close to feet from the main build- ings, but will eventually lx) inked, or almost linked, by en- closed pedestrian malls. Park- ing will not be allowed any closer to the academic build- ings even in the future. Playing fields for outdoor sports activities will be directly adjacent to the northeast end of he recreation centre. PHARMACY FACTS From O. C. STUBBS If you're one of those who can remember the old time home remedy of snuffing salt water up nto your nose end you're joing to be around salt water swimming this summer give the following isome serious con. ,sideration. The [majority of medi- jcal authorities (feel this can be ia potentially-dan- gerous method of self-medication when used to attempt clearing of nasal pass- ages usually for what the 'snuf- fer' thinks (doesn't, of course, know) is "sinus So, if you're swimmiag in salt water, you'll do well to be extremely careful to avoid drawing salt water under pressure into your nasal passages. Why take a chance of damaging your good health when there is almost never a good reason for so doing? We like to say "Hello" to you from Stubbs Pharmacy each week. We're here at 1506 9th Ave. S. with fast, friendly ser- vice for you. Your thinking of us is always appreciated. VENUS ALL PURPOSE PENCILS Regular 10.00 per 100 or. f" 2S OPCspecial per 50 l OCper I.V3sPec r" 10? Special Special 83C Special I .73 Special COMBINATION NO. 1 6 boxes of standard staples, 8 70 1 stapling machine...................... v COMBINATION NO. 2 3 boxes standard staples, L 4 35 1 staple remover Bolh RUBBER BANDS boxes. Reg. 1.00 SPECIAL CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13th Street N. Phone 327-4591 SMALL SPENDER 1970 VOLKSWAGENS PRICED FROM '1949 1962 VW DELUXE CIEARANCE SPECIAL 1963 PONTIAC 4-DOOR V8, automatic, radio. Guar- anteed. Only miles. Immaculate fQQC condition. FT. TRAVEIAIRE TRAILER with electric brakes, heater, toilet, propane fridqe. OFF NEW PRICE (Used only one vacation) RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. Corner 3rd Ave. and 16lh St. S. fhon. Cor Lot DON'T MISS THE BIG WEEKEND BUYS During Camm's Gigantic JULY SHOE SALE LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN SAVAGE DRESS PUMPS Chunky and Illusion heels, slings and pumps. White and Betge, Regular 17.00 On Sale At 15. vyniie 59 TEENAGERS CHUNKY HEELS Regularly to 10.00 On Sale Now At S3 BLOCK HEELS 56 Regularly to 15.00 On Sale Now At CHILDREN'S SHOES Short lines only Regular to 9.00 On Sale At LADIES' SUMMER SANDALS Now reduced still lower tan and beige only were on sale at 11.00. Now all at....... S7 Open Friday, until 9 p.m. CAMM'S Hurry for best selection 403 Sln SHOES ;