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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta EXPLORE CANADA Call us regarding many tours available including Eastern and Western Canada. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 321-320T The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, June PAGES 17 TO 28 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. lower level 7th Street Shopping Mall lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 FILING CABINETS Car park hose-down Southern Alberta is known as the irrigation capital ov Canada, but Even continuous watering of the third level cement floor won't change this is ridiculous. City worker Stewart Allison apparently hasn't been the situation, told the downtown car park doesn't turn green with grass each summer. __________________________________________________ Provincial court CNR services resume Car thief gets 2 years after weekjong halt An 18-year-old Lethbridge man was sentenced Thurs- day to two years in peniten- tiary after he pleaded guilty to a charge of car theft. Gary Steven Grant, of 212 llth St. S., was charged May 18 with stealing a car belong- FEW THINGS IN LIFE RUN AS WELL AS A VOLKSWAGEN Your Hunt Is Overl The Quick, Sly, Crafty, Cunning "FOX" by AUDI Is Here! Now On Display RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE AUDI Sates 328-4539 3rd Ave. and 14th St. S. ing to Dean Barker of 1003 13th Ave. S. Before he was sentenced, Grant asked Provincial Judge A. H. Elford "for a chance to prove myself on the street." Provincial Judge Elford noted that Grant had been on probation twice and had serv- ed a six-month jail term. "It doesn't appear to me that probation or jail has benefited you and I don't feel you're sincere in wanting to change your he told Grant. A 20-year-old Lethbridge man charged jointly with Grant was given an 18-month suspended sentence. Richard Thomas Logan, 20, of 212 llth St. S., had also pleaded guilty to the offence. A 20-year-old Cardston man charged with auto theft May 26 was sentenced Thursday to two months in jail. Herbert Bullshields had pleaded guilty to stealing a car belonging to Alexander Hominuk, of Lethbridge. A charge of possession of a stolen car against a 43-year- old Lethbridge man was dis- missed Thursday in provincial court. James Hunt was acquitted on the charge after court was told that he didn't know the car was stolen. He was tak- ing care of the car, belong- ing to Joseph Holer, of Milo, Alta., for a friend, evidence indicated. Freight and passenger trains are to be back moving east to today on the Ca- nadian National Railways main line following recon- struction of a wooden bridge which burned last Friday. The bridge, located 44 miles west of Edmonton, was re- built 72 hours sooner than ex- pected. Alex Rennie, a CNR public relations official, said in a telephone interview 100 work- men using heavy equipment rebuilt 420 feet with wooden timbers. The rest of the dis- tance was filled with cubic yards of gravel. During the six-day stop- page, CNR moved about one- third of the usual freight. Three trains daily were di- verted over CP Rail track- age from Calgary to Kan> loops and two trains daily were diverted south to Coutts and then west to Vancouver on Burlington Northern Rail Road trackage. Passenger service was con- tinued throughout the block- age. East-bound trains term- inated at Edson while the western terminus was Ed- monton. Passengers were bus- sed between Edmonton and Edson. Mr. Rennie said about rail cars which had piled up on both sides of the bridge were to begin moving when the bridge opened. He said all types of freight were moved through the di- version routes so no single commodity would be back- logged. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th St. S. Phone 328-4095 INSURANCE HOME-BUSINESS-FARM AUTO and LIFE WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY See us soon FblSTtR 46tNC.Y 706 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-2793 CANADA'S FINEST COLD FUR STORAGE Call 327-4348 for Rapid Pick-up CANADIAN FURRIERS Paramount Theatre Building Fishing policies conflict The Montana fishing regu- lations require that persons fishing on any waters outside a national park in the state must have a valid state licence. In addition, all Indian res- ervations in the state have the right to make an addi- tional charge for fishing on their lands. For a Canadian wishing to fish in Montana, he has the option of purchasing an an- BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Installations Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. AKROYD'S PLUMBING, HEATING AND GASFITTING 24-HOUR SERVICE WORK New Installations Phone 328-2106 WHILE STOCKS LAST! CUT LEAF WEEPING BIRCH, only, each TUBEROUS BEGONNIAS, each MARGUERITE DAISIES, each LUPINES, each.......... DRACAENA, each FRACHE'S GARDEN CENTRE Corner 7th Avenue, 20th Street North OPEN 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M. DAILY! nual licence for a tem- porary licence for six conse- cutive days for or a daily licence for The Blackfeet Reserve agency charges for a permit which allows a person to fish year-round on the res- ervation. Daily permits are also available for Any person more than 65 years old is exempt from the reservation fee requirement. An official of the agency told The Herald that state fishing licences aren't rec- ommended for persons wish- ing to fish on the reserva- tion. He said state officials don't have any jurisdiction on the Indian land. "If a Canadian did get caught fishing on the reserva- tion, he might get a fine but the state officials never check very he said. Pete Schwartman, direc- tor of the Blood-Peigan Dis- trict for the department of Indian affairs, said the prob- lem of fishing on reserves in Southern Alberta is not valid because there are no fishing spots totally within the boun- daries of either reserve. He said all fishing spots in question only border the res- erves. He said if there were fish- ing locations on reserves in south, fishermen would require a provincial licence before they could legally take fish from the reserve. EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZEL SHOE REPAIR 317 7th STREET SOUTH E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Dental Bldg. Phone 327-6565 COLDAIRE EVAPORATIVE CAB COOLER "Designed with your comfort in mind" 850 cu. ft. per minute of cool air coming in the cab will reduce the tempera- ture 10 to 30 degrees. Made of 20 gauge galvan- ized steel, rust resistant. 13 gallon water tank. Field proven. AVAILABLE NOW AT OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 236 36th Street North Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 327-1371 803 46th Ave. S.E. Calgary, Alta. Phone 243-5551 or the "OLIVER DEALER" nearest you. Program will introduce youths to opportunities Those junior high school students with time heavy on their hands in July and Au- gust have not been forgotten at the Canada Manpower stu- dents' centre. Exposure 73 is the name of a new program that will give 125 Lethbridge young people an introduction to business and education opportunities in the city. Students at city junior high schools between 13 and 16 years of age are eligible for the week-long orientation ses- sions. Each student selected will receive a honorar- ium. Applications are available now at the centre at 424 7th St. S. until June 30. A similar trial project last year saw 47 young people be- come acquainted with Leth- bridge firms and schools of post-secondary learning. Like last year the students this summer will work five half-days. In 1972 the offices and places of work for the city police, city hall, banks, mo- Food chain remanded A clpim against 7-Eleven Food Stores for noa pay- ment of severance pay was remanded in provincial court Thursday to June 28. The action was brought by a former manager of the food chain, Marlyn Thorns, under the Masters and Ser- vants Act. The corporation Indicated to the court that it would dis- pute the claim. tels, restaurants, bakeries and retail stores, a vet- erinary lab and an invest- ment firm were opened to the young people. The University of Leth- bridge, Lethbridge Commu- nity College, Time Air, the Herald, CHEC and CJOC ra- dio, ACT and Simpsons-Sears were included on the list of co-operating organizations. First-hand exposure to the world of business and practi- cal careers is the goal of the project funded by the provin- cial department of culture, youth and recreation in collaboration with Canada Manpower. Legion meeting set this month The biennial convention of the Alberta Command of the Royal Canadian Legion will be held in Lethbridge June 10 through 13. Legion officials from Ot- tawa, Manitoba, Saskatchew- an, and B.C. will be attending the convention which confer- ence organizers expect will be attended by about 650 dele- gates, including delegates to the 19th biennial convention of the ladies auxiliary. The conventions were last held in Lethbridge in 1965. In addition to the business sessions, which will be at- tended by representatives of the department of veterans' affairs and other government officials, the convention will feature a parade to the ceno- taph on June 10. Following the cenotaph ser- vice, delegates and visitors will march to the Civic Cen- tre, where Col. Fred King, honorary president of the Gen. Stewart branch of the Legion, will take the salute. James Faggan, a vice-pres- ident of the Dominion Com- mand of the Legion, will offi- cially open the four-day con- ference. James McLaughlin, first vice-president of the Gen. Stewart branch is the gen- eral convention chairman. Two city firms remanded on sewage bylaw charges Local militia places fourth The20th Independent Royal Canadian Artillery Battery (Militia) from Leth- bridge has placed fourth in the Royal Canadian Artillery Association competition. Thirty members of the lo- cal militia competed, firing 10 rounds each from two guns at the Suffield artillery range. Scoring was judged on ac- curacy firing at a designated target about seven miles from the guns. This is the first time the Lethbridge militia has placed in the competition. Two Lethbridge firms charged under the city sew- age bylaw have been re- manded to June 26. Western Canada Seed Pro- cessors pleaded not guilty to three charges, while Robo Car Wash, 1505 Mayor Ma- grath Dr., has reserved plea. The charges against West- ern Canada Seed Processors allege that it discharged, on April 11 and May 1, sewage with a pH level lower than 5.5, and that on April 11, the company discharged sewage containing a grease concen- tration higher than 450 parts per million. These charges were laid after the secondary treat- ment plant was rendered in- effective for about a month. Secondary treatment relies PHARMACY FACTS FROM O. C. STUBBS DON'T MIX DRUGS DRIVING The antihistamine drugs which are taken for hay fever, aller- gic asthma and allergic skin disease can be actively-danger- ous vvtere your driving is con- cerned. While under the influ- ence of this kind of drug your re- flexes can be- come slower, hal- lucination is pos- sible, sleepiness can occur almost without warning, and your abil- ity to estimate distances can be markedly impaired. Brand names for antihistimine drugs include Ornade, Benadryl, Phen- e r g a n. and Pyribenzamine. Drugs in this classification which can be purchased without a doctor's prescription for self- medication for 'colds' or 'asth- ma' are Contact, Dristan and Afcrest. For your own sake as well as that of others please don't drive when you're taking these drugs! Free parking? Of course. Free delivery? Of course. Friendly, helpful service? Of course! Stubbs Pharmacy at 1506 9th AVC. S., Of Course! Open daily a.m. to p.m. Sundays and Holidays 12 noon to p.m. on bacterial action and a low- er pH (pH is the term used to describe acidity or a high concentration of grease can hamper bacterial activi- ty. The charge against Robo Car Wash alleges that on March 30 the firm was dump- ing sand and mud into the sanitary sewage system. AIR CONDITION NOW with ROUND ONE by Carrier ALCON REFRIGERATION LTD. Fl'RNACES, SHEET METAL ond HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING 2214 43 SI. S. Ph. 327-5816 Certified Dental Mechanic CUFF BUCK, BLACK DENTAL LABg MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 Dress up the back yard with this attractively styled S-PIECE ALL SEASON PATIO TABLE AND STOOL SET Made of durable plastic In bright orange and Sham- rock green. Consists of 4 stools and a table. Regular Special 18 Call House 327-5767 DOWNTOWN I From Camm's .1 For the V Crowd A favorite for high school and Campus STOMPERS' Exactly a shown in tan and brown, white and beige, and navy and beige. .Exciting Summer styles tn. JOYCE SHOES "ORCHID" os shown in 3 tone multi-beige drape kid, and white kid. "NEW OVERTURE" Available in White, Red, Block, Navy and Bone Crinkle Patent wet look. WHITE SANDALS. Several styles to choose frcm with or without platform sole. Sensibly priced from WHITE DUTY SHOES Oomphies by Kaufman. AA and B widths in sizet 6 to 10. Also Savage white uniform. OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. CAMM'S 403 5th St. S. SHOESI ;