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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, July 20, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 City holds on data processing City Manager Tom Nutting in- dicated Thursday there would be no immediate action on sug- gestions the city should become more deeply involved in data processing and information management. There was no definite indica- tion right now on the direction the city should take, he said, rat workshops involving him- self and administrative direc- ;ors were being set up for this fall. Their purpose would be to study the situation and work on ;he problem of data assembly. There was little point in bring- ing in outside consultants until the necessary field information TRIPLE WINNER Sahid Misty Fragrance, ridden by Leah Hill of Lethbridge, struts proudly towards the finish line and top honors in the senior glamor class in Monday's Whoop-Up Days parade. Misty a half-Arab, also won the trophy -for Arabian mares, four years and over, in the show-ring Monday evening. Mrs. Hill, riding a pure-Arab gelding, Khala Sahid, also won the open-parade against all other breeds. Work starts on Kaiuai plant project Tork has begun on construe tion of a two million gallon res ervoir and new fire protection system for Kainai Industries. The Blood Indian band recent ly awarded a contrac to Automatic Sprinkler Co. Ltd of Calgary for the project. Sept 22 is the target date for comple- tion. The new system will result in a 75 per cent drop in fire insur ance premiums for the plant which now amount to over a day. GRAND CHAMPION SHOWMAN Jim Newton, 17, of Del Bonita picked up the grand champion showman- ship award at tho Lothbridgo 4-H calf show last week after five years of annual competition. He had previous- ly won tho award on a club level. Chris Pearson of Roadymade took second placo in the A tola of 283 animals were entered from 13 southern Alberta clubs. Grand champion steer, shown by Wilma Stroovo of Park Lake 4-H Beef Club, sold for per pound. ad been gathered, he said. Such a visit by a team s p by the Canadian Federate Municipalities has been le works since April. Aide nan Jim Anderson also sugges at Monday's council meetin lere was a need for the i use modern data processui lethods in areas other than a 28 booked on Augur tour The Lethbridge section of the "ravel Canada program, Mr. Ailsby at 328-7144. A counsellor travels on each downtown hotel restaurant. Lunch, also provided by the res- mown as Augur will depart help the travellers in is a box lunch. Food Mario and Quebec on are all paid by Augur. e July 20, with at least is open to both Ailsby said he is pleased >ersons and women, and is far with both the Lethbridge The Augur program will provide a 30 day trip for by the federal govern-nent through a special in the program and the behavior cf most of the young people aged 18 to 24 for just 150 plus pocket money. The Lethbridge section will program is not related to Opportunities for Youth or other summer youth programs. In return for the visiting the city. He said a few problems have been encountered, but pointed clude 19 city young people, three each from Moose Jaw, 60 to 80 persons a day are arriving in Lethbridge that there have been several hundred students touring and Castlegar, B.C. and at parts of Canada for one bridge with Augur who iree torn Medicine day "been excellent guests, Jim Ailsby, in charge of the Augur program! in stay overnight at the Central School Youth have said they were treated marvellously by Lethbridge said he is now organizing a eat breakfast and supper ond trip, likely about three a half weeks long, leaving city Aug. 1 and returning about Aug. 24, in time for the Community College in permits istration for the fall The second trip will also cost the travellers S50 each, which ncludes transportation by single family hree meals a day and usually in youth hostels or church basements. Students must provide their own residence building permits totalling were issued at city hall in the week ending July Drive. A permit was issued for the Golden Bridge Restaurant at 151.7 MMD The Bank of Nova Scotia at 465 jags, Further information on major permits went is starting a reno- new Augur trip is on Mayor project. PRESCRIPTIONS SHOPPERS DRUG MART the IAC How to get trucks you need. The profitable way. When you have a truck or fleet of tracks and you want to expand or update, what do you do? The simplest, most profitable thing is to trade for new ones that haul more profitably for you-through the lACTruck Financing System. Here arc a few of the advantages. The cost-per-mile of financing our way is extremely low. It won't cost you any more than other less convenient methods of getting the trucks you need. And there are no hidden costs. We make it easy by making our plan flexible. Your repayment schedule may be ar- ranged in any of a variety of ways to suit your own peak earning periods-and postponed during non-aclive months. You can have pay- ments that decrease to take into account depre- ciation and increasing maintenance costs. Your capital remains intact. And you get the trucks now. You get the vehicles you need: choose any industrial or commercial vehicle or fleet and include special-purpose or custom-built bodies. Finally, you'll be dealing with a com- pany that's been in the truck financing field for over 45 knows what Canadian truckers need. We finance more Iruch Itum anyone else in our business. This time try the truly profitable the IAC Truck Financing System. (Or you may wish to look into truck leasing for larger vehi- cles or fleets.) Your supplier knows all about it. Or contact the IAC truck specialist at your nearby IAC branch. IAC LIMITED We help you make things happen. JIM Umiltd (Onluio Mini tarintc Company. The Sovritign Lift Asiuunct Compmy of ;