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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE UIHBKIDGt HtRAlD Friday, July 31, T978 -ront ow SUMMER TRIMMING More than 40 persons are busy doily in Lethbridge caring for trees, shrubs and grass in the many parks and recreation oreas. Gang mowers, like this one at work on the grounds at Adams ice Centre, arid a variety of other cutting and trimming equipment are used In the work of the parks and recreation depart- ment. Riot Sticks, Sticky Wicket By STAN FRUET Staff Writer Lethbridge city police hav riot sticks. Calgary police do not hav riot sticks. Work On Sidewalks Pushed City crews will start nex. week on the second phase o Sidewalk construction in the summer works program. .Included is a change in the access to the South Plaza Shop- ping Centre at 16th Ave. S. and Mayor Magrath Drive. A new entrance south of 16th Ave. S. will allow access to the tot directly from Mayor Ma- grath Drive. The change is intended to re- lieve what has been a traffic problem at the corner of 16th Ave. S. and1 Mayor Magrath Drive where the shopping cen- tre service road intersects 16th Ave. Try The Short-Scenic All-Paved Route To The Coast Calgary mayor Rod Sykes but have never had occasion to says not sticks with Vancouver for police has set the stage violence in that city. Lethbridge Police Chief James Carpenter said, com- menting on Mayor Sykes1 re- marks, "We have an kinds of equipment we seldom use but need in case of an emergency or for civil defense." Apparently Vancouver city council said the riot sticks held by Vancouver police are not in- tended to be used. "That's Mayor Sykes told students at the Uni- versity of Calgary, "you don't buy that kind of equipment un- ess you intend to use it." Mr. Sykes said policemen are ike kids. The moment they get a new toy they want to try it out. We don't buy riot sticks in "algary because we don't need Police chief Carpenter said: 'We've had riot sticks in Leth- ridge which we bought right after the Hungarian riot in 1958 lide Plant Tenders Close Tenders close today for the ew Canada Packers hide pro- 'essing plant in Lethbridge. The plant, east of 39th St. be- veen 3rd and 5th Ave. N., is djacent to the Swift Canadian o Ltd. packing plant which re- started construction. Hdlo, Dolly is another in the recent long list of musicals f sight. A three-day rock festival icheduled for last summer in pper New York was ex- jected to produce 30 hours of nusic and attract about oung people, GO OHERP, I'M I HOPE HEY BPPRECIHTEl THIS DOWN flr THE B JUSTH SMIDGEON TO Trie LEFT, FELLOWS. 'TRY YOUR Raising the flag on Mt. Norquay pioneer tradition. So next time call for Alberta's original Pilsner. Enjoy your own Great Moments with Lethbridge Pil. A mere mountain won't stop that crazy cast of characters from the Lethbridge label. They've got a Hag worth waving: ths Lethbridge Pilsner pennant that promises the peak of good old-fashioned flavour in every glass. That'G the way it's been for nearly half a century. And that's the way it'll stay as real and rugged as our TUDrrnNYOUCMTAITt.mOMTmHOUMOFLETHtniDGE Pilsner BEER ;