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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE "THE BEST MAN FOR YOUR WEDDING" The SECOND SECTION Lethbridgc, Alberta, Friday, June 5, 1070 PAGES 13 TO 26 in s A. E. CROSS Jpl-iotograpliy We invite you to invite us to your weddingl PHONE 327-2673 Police Warning On Noisy Vehicles Lelhbriclge city police plan to clamp down on noisy vehicles in residential areas. In Hie past two months police have received numerous com- plaints of noisy cars and motor- Paving Contract Awarded A contract has been award- ed by the provincial depart- ment of highways to W. C. Wells Construction Co. Ltd., Edmonton, for paving of a three mile stretch of highway at Fort Macleod. The contract covers grading, a stabilized gravel base course and asphaltic con- crete paving of the high- way. The three mile stretch runs from the Oldman River bridge, north of Fort Macleod, south to the junction of Highways 2 and 3, and east to the junctions of Highways 2 and 3 east of Fort Macleod. The actual street work through the town of Fort Ma- cleod is a separate project with provincial assistance. Other bids for the contract Include: Gallelli and Sons Co. Ltd., Calgary, Pools Engineering Co. Ltd., Edmon- ton, Everall Construc- tion Ltd., Edmonton, and Cunningham and Shannon Ltd., Taber, Cleanup Delayed This week's hot weather has been one factor in a slow in the city's spring clean up campaign, an engineering de- partment spokesman said to- day. Temperatures in the 90s, combined with equipment breakdowns, have prevented crews from completing the job as quickly as had been antici- pated. ace TO BUY YOUR SIZE DRESSES New York Furs 604A 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3276 cycles in residential areas after 10 p.m. The police have warned they will prosecute as many of these noisy vehicles as possible with stepped up enforcement of Sec- tion of the Highway Traffic- Act which states: "No person shall operate a vehicle on a residential street within an urban area between the hours of 10 o'clock in the afternoon and 7 o'clock in the next forenoon so as to unduly disturb residents of any such street or part thereof.." City police would like the help of Lethbridge and area resi- dents to apprehend the offend- ers by notifying the police de- partment, giving their own name and address and the li- cence number of any vehicle they observe violating this sec- tion. After receiving this informa- tion, the police will take the necessary steps to have offend- ers brought before the courts ar.d dealt with according to law. There is a penalty of which can be paid voluntarily but those persons required to appear in court might be given a heavier fine. Environment Group Being Formed An environment council, to co-ordinate information aboul active environment groups in Lethbridge, is being formed by Mrs. Joan Puckett. The council will draw its membership from various groups and service clubs in the city, as well as environment organizations including the Al- berta Wilderness Association, Pollution Control Southern Al- berta and the Lethbridge His- torical Society. Mrs. Puckett said groups planning activities would be asked to inform the environ- ment council, which would then inform all of its own member- ship so co-ordination and liai- son could be kept up. Individuals, Mrs. Puckett said, would be better off join- ing an action group like PC-SA or the AWA, since her council will not sponsor any projects. She also plans to contact all environment groups in Canada and the United States for in- formation about their ac- tivities. WESTMINSTER DRUGS A'vP_y Westminster Shopping Centre T3thSt. N. Phone 328-7833 FOR FREE DELIVERY Prescription Service Exclusive North Lelhbridge Revlon Dealer HOURS: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday thru Friday Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Closed Sunday and Holidays I ill 3 far 1.98 ON THESE SAVINGS RUBBER BANDS boxes. Reg. 1.00 ea............... 8IC BALL PENS Rno, Reg. Oft Medium, Reg. 19c ea., doz. lit" 25c ea., doz. li7O CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13th Street N. Phone 327-4591 HAPPINESS IS A SWING IN THE SHADE-On hot pre-summer days, what's a little girl going to do to keep cool? After a bit of a search Thursday, three-year-old Jody Svoboda, of 1421 18th St. N., found a perfect answer: a set of swings at Hen- derson Lake Park, shaded by tall trees. Jody may be back this weekend, too, as tem- peratures remain in th high not a drop of rain is in sight. S For Fixing Irrigation 'Due to budget limitations, there is no money available for irrigation system rehabilita- tion this Jean Mar- chand, federal minister of re- gional economic expansion, said in a meeting with dele- gates of the Alberta Irrigation Projects Association in Ottawa this week. Mr. Marchand added the matter is under review and a major policy recommendation hould be forthcoming later his summer. The delegates presented irief entitled Capital Works Rehabilitation cf Irrigation Districts in Alberta. Highlights of tlie brief are as follows: he irrigation districts lave full confidence in the Al- >erta irrigation studies out- ining costs and benefits of ir- rigation and wonder why the ederal government has ig- nored cost sharing recom- mendations from the studies. tha Alberta govern- ment has entered into a cost- sharing program with the dis- tricts, whereby the province is responsible for 86 per cent cf rehabilitation costs and the dis- COMPIETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 SATURDAY DINE and DANCE MARV QUALIEY'S SUNSET TRIO to p.m. Phone 328-7756 for Reservations NO COVER CHARGE! Summer Livin' Is Easy Livin' Everyone enjoys indoors, outdoors, picnics, family gatherings in fact, every occasion. Bqx Contains 9 Pieces FAMILY BUCKET 14 Pieces Chicken, gravy, 6 rolls, servos five to seven people PARTY BARREL 20 Pieces Chicken, gravy, serves 7 1010 91 people. POTATO SALAD MACARONI SALAD COLE SLAW BREAD and PASTRIES sen s trict for 14 per cent, the dis- tricts request that a similar agreement be entered into with the federal government. Whereas a three way agree- Baptist Minister Here Sunday Dr. Minton Johnston of Tor- onto, Baptist clergyman will be the guest speaker at First Bap- tist Church during morning wor- ship Sunday. During the Second World War, Dr. Johnston served as chap- lain in the RCAF from 1940 to 1946. During this time he was appointed deputy director of the chaplaincy service in Canada with the rank of wing comman- der. For 20 years Dr. Johnston served on the National Religious Advisory Council of the CBC. During this time he gave the regular Monday address on the Lift Up Your Hearts program on the eastern network. He is the author of five books and has served in Baptist churches in eastern Canada. His daughter Mrs. Robert Jen- kins lives in Lethbridge. Mr. Jenkins is the executive direc- tor for the Boy Scout organiza- tion in southern Alberta. STUDENT CASHIERS Thirty-five students with ex- perience as cashiers are avail- able for summer jobs through the Canada Manpower Centre student placement division in jethbridgc. ment may be too cumbersome, tho districts propose that the federal government participate in cost sharing cf major proj- ect rehabilitation, (major canals and structures) and the provincial govern m e n t in Smaller secondary projects. districts cf Al- berta accept the responsibility and maintenance of the proj- ects, but request major capital works reconstruction be per- formed with financial assis- tance from outside sources. The Alberta Irrigation Proj- ects Association represents 13 separate districts, supplying water to about acres of irrigable land and serving nearly individual water users. The Alberta delegates who went to Ottawa were J. W. Thiessen, St. Mary River Irri- gation District; F. A. Nelson, chairman of the projects' as- sociation; R. T. White, Eastern Irrigation District, Les Toth, Lethbridge Northern District and Don Potter assistant to H. A. Ruste, provincial minister of agriculture. LETHBRIDGE I REFRIGERATION I 1 LTD. REFRIGERATION AND I AIR CONDITIONING I SERVICE P PHONE 328-4333 CLIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. LACK 1AB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 SAVE up TO OU c ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT 509 6th Avenue South UFFLER INSTALLATIONS Phono 328-8134 cor Si i ULlY It's safe to say Lotbbridgc and district sizzled Thursday. Records are made to be broken and Thursday the weatherman produced a record 95 degrees, surpassing the pre- vious all-time high of 92 set June 4 last year. The high Friday was forecast at 85, with an overnight low of 50. Continued warm weather is predicted for the weekend. The wine! will gust, says the weath- erman, to 20 milcs-an-hour today and will become light to- night. Tire amount of precipitation recorded at the Lcthbridge Re- search Station from August 1 to May 31 was 6.3 inches, well below the 68-year average of 11.45 inches for the same peri- od. Day Care Centre The status of a proposed day care centre in the city will re- main static at least until the end of the month. Mayor Andy Anderson said Thursday a meeting with Ray Speaker, minister of social development, to discuss the matter has been arranged for the v, i of June, although no Mayor Heads East Mayor Andy Anderson is scheduled to leave Saturday for Halifax to attend the 33rd an- nual convention of Canadian mayors and municipalities. The convention is set for June 8 11. Mr. Anderson's early start is made necessary by the fact that he must do some preliminary work iwth the resolutions committee. Alderman C. W. Chichester will also be in Halifax while the conference is in progress. He and Mayor Anderson plan to meet with Robert Andras, federal minister for housing, to present the city's case for in- clusion In the federal scheme to assist low cost experimental housing projects. MS Group Plans Outing The Lethbridge branch of the Multiple Sclerosis Society is planning an outing for local members and friends. It will be held June 13. Patients will leave the Leth- bridge Auxiliary Hospital at 11 a.m. and travel to the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Madge at Milk River. "There are many who might not make 'it this year because the Callow Coach isn't said secretary Mrs. Eraser Hodgson of Lethbridge. Anyone willing to offer trans- portation may contact Mrs. Hodgson at the Golden Acres Lodge, Lethbridge. PHARMACY FACTS From 0. C. STUBBS Has it ever occured to you how irritated and challenged we feel when some headline hunting person attacks the drug pro- fession? Well, it's true, and we feel it's about that the mir. lor of fact be put in ftont of these irually biased and seeking charges. We be- lieve, and know, that you have a definite right to understand what goes into the price of drags. In fact, we're glad to explain the huge invest- ment and risk taken in the man- ufacture of drugs even the risk taken in opening the doors of a small retail pharmacy. And, while you're thinking along this line, when was the last time you saw, or knew of, a wealthy retail pharmacist? Free parking? Here at Slubbs Pharmacy, the answer is, "Of And a place for you to sit while we're filling your course. All tlu's and our friendly, conseiencious service is always ready for you at 1506 Oth Ave, S. definite date has been set. The purpose of the meeting is to clarify the status of the cen- tre. City council May 19 re-af- firmed "its decision to proceed with tha centre, despite objec- tions raised by the operators of existing facilities. Contracts be- tween the city, the c e n t r e's board of directors and the prov- ince have been signed. Provincial support, however, is being withheld until the mat- ter has been clarified. Mayor Anderson said it is Mr. Speaker's intention to thorough- ly research the whole question of day care centres and pos- sibly to bring to the meeting a revised policy in this area. The meeting will include all parties involved in the matter. Payment mJ Of Taxes Million Tax payments at city hall for the week ended June 4 totalled Total payments to date are now over the million mark, about 15 per cent of the esti- mated 1970 levy of almost million. Payments for the same week last year were only but a higher figure for prepaid tax- ex brought the 1969 total to this date to 20 per cent of the levy. Final date for penalty-free payments is June 30. Penalties on late payments begin at one per cent and range up to eight per cent. A spokesman lor the asses- sor's office said all tax forms have been mailed out to resi- dents, with the exception of those that are paid by mort- gage companies. These are mailed directly to the com- pany, and the receipt is sent to the resident after payment is made. An official of (he research! station said today people should be sure to water all trees and shrubs well because they could be suffering due to a lack of natural moisture. Plants in the garden should be watered, and they should not be allowed to wilt, lie said. "They will grow well in hot weather if watered adequately. The city's engineering de- partment says water consump- tion Thursday came very close to breaking the record of 12.8 million gallons. Lethbridge residents used just over 12 million gallons of water during Thursday's heat wave. Consumption for Tuesday was 11 million gallons; for Wednesday 11.7 million. A spokerman for the depart- ment said that while it is diffi- cult to establish an exact av- erage consumption figure, the rates for the past few days have definitely been above nor- mal for this time of year. Meanwhile, southern Alberta irrigation districts are re- ceiving a heavy demand on ir- rigation water supplies, but no problems have been antici- pated. Alfalfa and pasture crops are providing the main source of irrigation drains at the present time, but some activity with wheel move systems on grain crops and sugar beets has been reported. RELIEVES GAS PAINS 1970 VOLKSWAGENS PRICED FROM 55.00 Per Month 1967 STN. WAGON Overhauled ?1 Cit motor, Al. JVQ 1965 2-DR. H.T. METEOR V8, 'radio, real good. RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. Corner 3rd Ave. and 16th St. S. Phone 328-4539 Car lot 328-4356 CANADA'S FINEST GOLD FUR STORAGE Call 327-4348 for Rapid Pick-up CANADIAN FURRIERS Paramount Theatre Building Fur Shop at CAMM'S Fun in the Sun Footwear SUMMER SANDALS For ladies and feens flat or block heels, in Dark Tan, Ta and Bone, PRICED FROM to FUN TREADS By Kaufman wash- able denims in Yel- low, Bone, Beige, Blue, Green or Orange. ONLY 3.9D MESH FUN TREADS In flat Heel or wedge LADIES' RUNNERS White, Beige, and Navy at 3.99 JUST ARRIVED! The in White DUTY OXFORDS The now "Wet loot" in Whilo crinkle palcnt.....9.95 Open Friday 'til 9 p.m. CAMM'S SHOES ;