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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? Special reduced cllixtn and youth farti lable on Air Canada, CP Air and Air. Also new reduced fans to Europe available August so new reuce ans o ur 10th; when you plan to travel call BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE Phone 328-3201 PERSONALIZED SERVICE-NO EXTRA COST The Letkkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbrfdge, Alberta, Thursday, July PAGES 9 TO 20 J ci'r A. E. CROSS WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE SEE THE NEW SELECTION OF DURST ENLARGERS AND DARKROOM EQUIPMENT. Local Business Not Bothered By 24-Hour Mail Strikes LOOK OUT RED BARONI It's not Snoopy and his Sopwith Camel, bur Dan McGowan of Vancouver with his home-made replica of a 1917 British SE 5 fighter. Mr. McGowan landed the vintage plane at Lethbridge Wednesday in a stop-over on his way to Oshkosh, Wisconsin. He and a friend built the SE 5, working from drawings and sketches of the original plane. The SE 5 weighs a scant 680 pounds and cost about to build. Mr. McGowan said the cost "depends on how good you are at scrounging things like This version of the plane has a four cylinder and cruises about 75 m.p.h. The original fighter had a 200 h.p. Y-8 engine and would cruise at 130 m.p.h. It was-considered one of the best allied planes developed during the First World War. Mr. McGowan. makes about 800 miles a day as he flies the craft to air meets like the one he's now en route to in Wisconsin. By Bryan Wilson In a telephone survey of sev- eral major business firms to- day The Herald established that so far, the interruption is ICLIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. ILACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 mail service by 24-hour strik action has not caused too muc concern. "It is an inconvenience mor than one buslnes man said. "Most larger bus nesses have boxes in the po office and we pick up our ma When a strike hits for a wee end as it did recently, mai piles up, but so far, it hasn caused delay in orders or inte VENUS ALL PURPOSE PENCILS Regular 10.00 per 100 85c perSS Special 1.95s" fa, 3.75 Per 100 Per 10 Special COMBINATION NO. 1 6 boxes of standard staples, 1 stapling machine Both COMBINATION NO. 2 3 boxes standard staples, 1 staple remover Both RUBBER BANDS boxes. Reg. 1.00................ SPECIAL CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13th Street N. Phone 327-4991 Special 7.25 8.70 4.35 66c Your Defensive Driving Code Should Include Uniroyal Fastrak 78 Series Belted Tires! Don't take this vocation as warn tires an prone to blow out. They should be immediately when tread is less than Inch. Let us check yovr tires before starting out on your vocation. As compared to the Original Rain Tlrt, Fastrak offers 45% more mileage, 100% more road haiard resistance 17% better acceleration 10% better skid resistance. 78 series tire that averages 1" wider tread for better handling and stability on the road. SIZE ONLY 29.95 Your UNIROYAL Dealer KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. IETHBRIDGE-1621 3rd Avt. S. Phone 327-5985 or 327-4705 TABER, Alfa.-6201 50th Phon. 223-3441 FERNIE, 423-7746 "THE BEST DIAL FOR IVMY WHEEL" ruption of business proceed- ings." Mail order Bffices such as Eaton's and Simpsons-Sears send their mail air express and receive orders from main of- fices by truck. A spokesman for Eaton's said however that customers are concerned as to how and when they will re- ceive their orders, and worry when there is a strike lest their letters are not delivered in good time. The backlog at the Leth- bridge post office which built has now been cleared away, postmaster A. D. Lewis, said. Automotive Centre On Mayor Magraili Drive MPC Clears Ford Dealership The Municipal Planning Commission Wednesday gave its approval to Dunlop Ford's new automotive dealership at 2625 16th Ave. S. A six-man delegation, includ- ing representatives from Smith Bros, and Wilson of Calgary, contractors for the project, dis- cussed with the commission a list of conditions under which the development would be per- mitted. Of a .technical nature, Uie conditions were concerned with such things as access to the property, provision of land for roads and lanes, future site de- velopment and screening from UTS adjoining residential area. Whoop-Up Pageant Preview To Be Staged In August By JOAN BOWMAN Entertainment Writer To have or not to have Whoop-Up Pageant. That is the question. About 30 local residents are to be invited in August to view short scenes of the show, which was originally to run this sum- mer in Indian Battle Park near the Lethbridge Kinsmen's re- constructed Fort Whoop-Up. The pageant, initiated by the Travel and Convention As- sociation of Southern Alberta, was to be a depiction of the fort and its whisky trading, ar- rival in the 1870s of the North West Mounted Police, Indian activities and events of pioneer life. The show was unveiled to lo- cal citizens last August with :be idea that they would back t, "but with no said Frank Smith, travel and con- vention association manager. The preview next month wi- ne a do or die affair, M Smith indicated. A bull session following tl preview mil allow those a tending to give their ayes c nays. If there is no intere: shown, "we'll drop the who thing and watch Calgarj snatch it. up." He said the Calgary Tray and Convention Associatio has been eyeing the show eve since it was proposed in 196 and was waiting uneasily t see if Lethbridge went ahea with it. If not- it is expecte the Calgary association wi] produce a pageant, particular ly in the light of the nationa success of the original Theatr Calgary play, You Two Staj Here, the Rest Come With Me You Two covered some o the historical events proposec for t the Whoop-Up Pageant plus' other events related t Calgary. RESIDENTIAL COOLING SYSTEMS CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 328-3388 MAKE TIME STAND STILL -With Film and Cameras from McCready-Baines STOCKING THE FINEST IN t 35 m.m. Cameras Instamafic Cameras Movie Cameras 41 Complete Accessories Name Brand Film McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridga CAU 327.3355 FOR FREE HOME DELIVERY Also Operating Waterton Pharmacy Located In Waterton Lakes National Park Mr. Smith said the Canadian and Alberta Travel Bureaus have been "champing at the bit" to release publicity on the Whoop-Up show. It is "the most effective thin for us to trigger tourism" southern Alberta, he said. Esl mates in 1969 indicated persons would attend each the four proposed perforn ances. He estimated the pagean would cost about to prc duce. The Travel and Conven tion Association of Southern A berta, if the preview reactior is favorable, could sponsor th show itself or sell the idea t other backers. Meanwhile Mr. Smith awaiting the arrival from Van couver of two searchlights each with a strength of 12 mi" lion candlepower, which will be used in the preview. The pageant is to be held night, and the preview will a] [ow for testing of the lightin, effects on a few NWMP cos tomes, the fort, horses and horse-drawn carts. An outline script has been compiled and some of the icenes fleshed out. Once the show gets the go-ahead, the script will be turned over to 'someone with experience" to traduce. Mr. Smith said he has a man in mind for the top job of co- ordinator, "but we're not going o spend any money until we snow the stow is going." Persons to be invited to the review will include members f city council, service club representatives and those ex- lerienced in local drama pro- uctions. WEDDING PLANS? See the. Flower Spec- ialists at I FLOWER SHOP 322 6th Street South Phone 327-5747 Construction should get un- der way early next month on the building, with oc- cupancy scheduled for Decem- ber or early January. Under new business, the c o m m i s sion discussed what John Hammond, the city solici- tor, described as "the forerun- ner of what future housing is going to be." No formal decision was reached on what action would be taken with fegard to a new type of prefabricated housing unit. The units, distributed by a local firm, ar.e similar to a mo- bile home. They come in two sections and are bolted togeth- er and placed on a permanent concrete foundation. Because of heavier structural members they are not quite the same as mobile homes and qualify for mortgages under regulations of the Central Mort- gage and Housing Corporation. The consensus of the com- Three Face Drug Counts RCMP officers Wednesday arrested three American citi- zens at Milk River on a charge of possession of hashish. Arrested were Donald James Wingert, 21, Barrel Edward Kutz, 23 and Paul Saou, 19, all from California. The three men were released on bail and will appear in mag- istrate's court in Milk., River Sept. 22. mission members was that the units should not bs restricted to one section of the city, but should be dispersed throughout the residential area. Decisions on permits will be made on an individual basis. So far no applications have been made, pending some indication from the city on how it intend- ed to handle this new type of housing. ENJOY YOUR VACATION TURTLE WAX TACHOMETERS KEEPS CAR INTERIOR COOLER REAR WiDOW SUNSHADE by SUPERIOR new slat design locks out sun, gives full rear vision SET a COOLS INTERIOR, HELPS AIR CONDITIONING FITS Alt a QUALITY BUILT FOR A LIFETIME OF BEAUTY GREAT FOR AIR CONDITIONED CARS NATURAuVll" c INSTALL IT YOURSELF. NO HOLES TO DRILL NUT FINISH. Kool Seats Static Straps VISION-AID-ANTI-GLARE SUN SHIELDS COMPLETE LINE OF AUTO TOP CARRIERS MIDLAND AUTO SUPPLY LTD. 421 5th St. S. Phone 327-4951 BURGER SPECIAL Friday and Saturday Only HAMBURGER Loaded Plus FRENCH FRIES Reg 80e HANNIGAN'S BURGER KING "Home of Heavenly Fried Chicken" Ths Chicken with Old Fashioned Goodness 1415 Mayor Mag rath Drive Phone 328-4038 ;