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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneidoy, July 1972 THE LETHSRIDGE HERALD 19 Ah, for the brewery's problem! Sicks' Lcthhridgc Brewery las a problem and may spend is much as to allcvi- itc it. The problem is thai the brew- cry's daily production of dozen bottles ot beer hasn't been enough to meet Ihe de- mand. Jack Lakie, general manager of the brewery, said the demand is "six or seven limes greater'' than normal. Mr. Lakie said plans are al- ready on the drawing board for a plant expansion to satisfy the needs ot thirsty Alhertans. He said construction will start as soon as the plans can he final- ized and the new addition should be in operation next spring. The brewery could reach a daily output of dozen bottles in the new plant. WONDERLAND BY NIGHT- Park lake is a nice place to be in the quiet serenily of o summer evening as the sun casls its last flickering rays across the peaceful pond. -Bill Groenen Photo New contract Tollestrup for sanitary I wins road landfill work! construction Aneca Construction Ud. is the new city contractor for the sanitary landfill in Lethbridge. The city has contracted Aneca for two years at per month since July 1. The previous contract, with Dispose-All Services at per month, has been discontin- ued. A city hall spokesman said al- though the fees are now larger, "Aneca is doing the work ac- cording to our specifications." BUTTER PRODUCTION Alberta creamery butter pro- duction for March was pounds. Tolleslrup Construction Co. Ltd. of Lelhbridge has sub- mitted the low bid for improve- ments to Highway 3 between Fearcc and Monarch. A department of highways spokesman at Edmonton said tenders must te checked and get ministerial approval be- fore the contract is awarded. CHEESE PRODUCTION UP Alberta production of Cheddar cheese for March was pounds, an increase of 10 per cent over the same month last year. "The Store Where The Action JUST Two men sentenced in break-in Two Saskatchewan men were sentenced to three month jail terms in Lethbridge provincial judge's cotrl Tuesday after .hey pleaded guilty to charges of break and entry. A member of the Taber de- tachment of the RCMP told the court Roy Crookedneck of loydminster and George Ston- ey of Prine Albert were arrest- ed and charged following an early morning break-in to a res- dence about one mile east of Taber early Tuesday morning. "We are working overtime trying to meet the said Mr. Lakie. "The demand is so great it's much more than we expected." Mr. Lakie stressed that the brewery is not sacrificing qual- ity for quantity. "We are shipping less than normal because we are not rushing our product. We are not going to turn out any beer that is not properly aged and he said. The brewery was "complete- ly out" of its Lethbridge Lager supply for Ihe past, two weeks but now the supply has been replenished. Mr. Lakie said the two major products of the plant Leth- bridge Pilsner and Lethbridge Lager are not available in government liquor stores in Edmonton becaise cf the slior- tage. However, both brands are available in lounges and tav- erns in the capital city. All brands are available in liquor stores in the south. Mr. Lakie said he is at a loss to explain the dramatic in- crease in demand. "I'm not sure why it has happened, it could Ire a popu- lation increase or the fact that we have a lower drinking age I don't know he said. New Wind to entertain Friday The New Wind from Cam- j rose Lutheran College will pro- vide an evening of entertain- ment Friday al 8 p.m. in Christ Trinity Lutheran Church, 420 12th St. S. The New Wind is a singing group composed of eight high school and secondary school students. They c c o m pany themselves on string bass, gui- lar and piano. A free will offering will he taken to assist the grcup in ex- penses for its travelling per- formances. U.S. pensions Raymond Pedersen, repres- entative of the United States Social Security Administration will be at the U.S. consulate- general in Calgary Aug. 2 and 3. Persons having questions re- garding U.S. Social Security matters may write or call Mr. Pedersen at the American Con- sulate General, 805 8th Ave. S.W., Calgary; phone 266-8962. Local students in festival Of students taking part in the United Music League music festival Friday through Beny wins bus contract Bony Chevrolet has won the bid for two school buses from the city, transit superintendent John Frouws said. He sajd Bcny's bid, which was the lowest of the lour, was The city's estimate of the cost was The two C6-seat school buses ill be delivered in six weeks and will he ready for service when the fall school term be- gins. Sunday at the University of Calgary, 120 participants will be from Lelhbridge arid Medi- cine Hal. The United Music league, which is the teaching depart- ment of the United Conserva- tory of Music, instructs stu- dents iu accordion, guitar and drums. Participants in the festival will be adjudicated according to the number of lessons Ihey have had, or music grade Ihey are in, and also their age, and not just classed by marks as in most music festivals. During the festival, Interest- ed persons can watch the film- ing of a television show at tho U of C's MacEwan Hall Fri- day. Saturday evening a Mardl Gras consisting of games and dancing will be held. On Sunday, 57 bands will compete, and the grand finale of the evening will consist of ailists such as Lethbridge voc- alist Elizabeth Kallen. Guest artist will he Al Cherney, origi- nally from Medicine Hat, ing the violin. Adjudicators will be coming from Ontario, Vancouver, Win- nipeg, Edmonton and Calgary. Take Off Fat With Home Recipe PSan MILK SHARE Alberta milk producers voted March to enter a federal- provincial market sharing plan which would put quotas on the province's milk production. The plan became effective in the province on April 1. In a plebis- cite of'the milk producers, voted for the plan and against, with 37 spoiled votes- It's simple how quickly one may Jose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at all and costs little. Just RO Lo your drugstore and ask far Naran. Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough Rrapcfruit juice Lo fill the bottlc. Take two tablespoonsfui iwice a day as needed and follow the Nnran Reducing Plan. If your first purchase does not show you a simple easy wny to lose bulky fat and help regain, elendcr more graceful curves; 1C reducible pounds nnd inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, arms, abdomen, hipe, calves and ankles just return tho empty boitle for your money back, Follow this easy way en- dorsed by many who hove Lried this plan and help bring back al- luring curves nnd Rraccful filenderness. Note how quickly bloat, much better you foci. More alive, youthful appearing and active. SF IT'S NEW, SEE Another photo-engineering triumph has just arrived, Pentax, known throughout ihe world for reliability nnd good vnlue, announces Ihe world's First fully automatic electronic shutter in a professional camera, it is now in stock at Anglo For inslonl delivery! Hurry! Very limited quantity. Electro Spot malic works automatically wilh virtually all existing Takumor lenses. 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