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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tueiday, July 58, 1970 LETHBRIDGE Sir Alexander Gait Museum has recently readily able to identify the flour mills, schools, churches and other acquired an 8 by 3 foot painting of early Lethbridge done by an buildings of the era. The painting, which for many years has been unknown painter. The colorful scene, portrayed from a point across the hanging in the beverage room of the Arlington Hotel, was donated to river, shows the train crossing the high level bridge, Gait Hospital at museum directors who had it cleaned and framed. It is now on display right' the AR and I roundhouse, CPR shops, woollen mills, centre, and at the museum. the train at upper left, heading for Royol View. Oldtimers will be______________________________________________________________ Camping Facilities In City Overcrowded The yearly increase in the popularity of family camping and trailer living has put pres- sure on the existing accom- modation facilities in the Leth- bridge area. According to officials of the Tourist and Convention As- sociation of Southern Alberta, Henderson Lake Campground is overcrowded, particularly during events such as WHoop- Up Days. Campers who do not register before 3 p.m. often have to be directed to the camp grounds at Milk Hiver, Park Lake or in the river bottom. "What we really need in or near tie a TACASA offi- cial said, "is a year round trail- er campground offering mod ern facilities. We are on the di reel route from the TJnitec States to Alaska, but we are in the position where trailer travellers have to be directed to Fort Macleod or Calgary Burning Reetal Itch Relieved In Minutes This Special Hemorrhoid Remedy Contains A Unique Healing Substance That Relieves Fain As It Shrinks Hemorrhoids One of the most common af- flictions is a condition known as "Itching Piles." It is most embarrassing for the sufferer during the day and especially aggravating at night. If you want satisfactory good news, A renovyncd research laboratory has found a unique healing substance with the ability to promptly relieve the burning itch and pain. It actually shrinks hemorrhoids. This substance has been shown to produce a most effective rate of healing. Its germ-killing properties olso help prevent infection. In one hcmorrhoid case nf'ter another "very striking improvement" was reported. This improvement was main- tained in cases where clinical observations continued over a period of many months. Furthermore, these tests and observations were made on patients with a wide variety of hemorrhoidal conditions. AH this was accomplished by a healing substance (Bio- by a world-renowned research in- stitution. This substance is nowobtainable in ointment o? suppository form known as Preparation H, Ask for Preparation II Suppositories (convenient to carry if away from home) or Preparation H Ointment with special ap- plicator. Available at all drug counters. Satisfaction or your money refunded. .gfioniTl TRAIN WRECK The early morning train collision today at Carmangay which pitted a moving 58-car train against a 40-car stationary one tore the front area, nor- mally used by the engineer, completely off one diesel. The twisted wreckage, in the forefront of the bottom photo, was ripped on impact from the engine seen through the open door of the freight car. Another diesel of the moving train stands off-kilter behind the wreckage, constricted between two freight cars. Although the Lethbridge-Vulcan- Calgary CPR line could be open for traffic late today, workmen are expected to require days to clean up the accident, the full extent of which is indicated in the top photo. The collision, which occurred at this morning, claimed the lives of two Lethbridge men, Gilbert Cook and Gerardus Braat, and sent three other train crew members to Carmangay hospital. after the Henderson camp- ground closes down. This is an unnecessary inconvenience to travellers who fully expect a city of this size to have the proper facilities'." The spokesman .stated the crowded1 conditions in Hender- son campground could be eased if more campgrounds with modern facilities were de- veloped near the city. "Campers like to have the convenience of laundromats, showers and city shopping, he said, but many at present have to be turned away and accom- modated in distant government parks. St. John Official States Case A St. John Ambulance bri- gade worked in Lethbridge has taken exception to a letter to the editor in Saturday's Her- ald, criticizing what" the letter writer termed lack of first-aid workers at the recent Whoop- Up Days parade in Lethbridge. Scan Coxson, area officer avd secretary treasurer of St. John Ambulance for the dis- trict south of Calgary, said he was unhappy-with the remarks. "We had about 15 of our 27 members on hand along the route. We treated about 35 per- sons overcome by heat. I per- sonally looked after four in front of the office where I he said. "The brigade would have iked to have more members on the parade route but this is a voluntary organization and lot of members had to work Monday." Mr. Coxson said "people who criticize should come and take irst aid training and help out. It is difficult to find someone who is willing to work for nothing." Game Farm To Open August 1 Lethbridge's first game farm will open Aug. 1. Dr. C. D. Stewart said Tues- day people are already visiting his farm, about two miles south 3f the city, so he felt he might ust as well open it this sum- mer, although the official open- ing will not be held until next pring. There will be no admission :harge, but persons wishing o do so may make donations. Hours will be from noon to 8 The entrance to the farm is bout a mile south of the Joiitts highway, on 43rd St. ,000 For Trout Stocking Given To Fishermen's Group The Tyrrell's Lake Fisher-, men's Association, which was formed earlier this year for stocking trout in TyrrelTs Lake near New Dayton, received a cheque from the Alber- ta government Monday. For each dollar raised by the association, the government A test netting of TyrreU's last matched another dollar. The association purchased rainbow fingerlings from the Jumping Rainbow Ranch at Livingston, Montana. The trout were stocked in Tyrrell's dur- ing April and May. week showed that some of the rainbows had already grown to a length of nine inches. It's hoped that the lake will be ready for fishing by early Oo tober. FOR TROUT Shown above from the left are Pels Balderson of Magrath, presi- dent of the Tyrrell's Lake Fishermen's Association; MLA Douglas Miller of Taber a member of the association executive who helped spearhead the fund-raising; Chuck Watson of Raymond, who made the final presentation of on behalf of the Raymond Fish and Game Association. Bottom in inset shows the government cheque presented by Mr. Miller. All Points On Four-Bushel Quota AH Alberta and B.C. grain delivery points are now on the "our bushel quota, after an announcement received this morning from the Canadian wheat board. Completing the Alberta Joints are: Cowley, Elzikom, Iranum, Grassy Lake, Iron Springs, Judson, Ncm- iscam, Orion, Picturo Butte, Pincher Creek, Seven Persons, S'tewarl, Taber and Winnitred, all given a four bushel quota today. The wheat board indicated earlier Alberta fanners would have the four bushel by the end of this crop year. The crop year ends Friday. Grain handling officials in Lcthbridgo indicated problems are expected to be encountered with limited grain elevator space and the block system of grain handling. Reports from several eleva-1 tors in southern Alberta indi-1 cate space shortages and com- plaints continue from elevator agents about railway cars ar-'. riving late and being in poor! condition. I ;