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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ara still a number of SUMMER AND FALL CHARTER FLIGHTS Stil! Available Call ut New. For information and travel arrangements ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centra Vlllaao Mall Phone 32M201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1973 PAGES 13 TO 28 IETHBRIDOE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower level 7th StrMt SHoppinf Mall Lethbrldfe, AlbtHa Phene (403) 321.7411 CURRENT STORE HOURS: to Mon., Wed. Frl. Thvra. f :00 Clotwl Saturdays HEARINGS CONTINUE Checking it out Lori Credico, 637 10th St. N., has her car's exhaust tested1 by Alex Frank of the AMA AMA vehicle emission tester in city The Alberta Motor Associa- tion is back in Lethbridge with its free motor vehicle emission testing service. This time, instead of being in partnership with the fed- eral government, the AMA has the provincial govern- ment as a partner. A study of cold weather exhaust pollutants was car- ried out by the AMA last win- ter in conjunction with the federal government. Results of the study are expected from the government soon. The AMA and Alberta En- Tiromnent are splitting the cost of this latest year-long project. Using two mobile exhaust emission analysers, the AMA and government will test mo- tor vehicles, from motor- cycles to trucks, in every major centre in the province. Motorists are invited to have their vehicles tested, free of charge, after which they will be advised of the emission rates of their ve- hicles. Material will be sup- plied relating to vehicle emissions and their impact on the environment. The tests, which take a couple of minutes, will indi- cate to the motorist whether his vehicle nesds a tune-up, major work or some minor adjustments to improve gaso- line economy. Meters actual- ly record the amount of- car- bon monoxide and other hydrocarbons that are escap- ing through the exhaust. Certain pollution standards are allowed in Alberta. If ve- hicles exceed the standards, the motorist will be advised but is und3r no legal obliga- tion at this time to have any- tliing done to correct the matter. The tester will note the year, model and make of ve- hicle being tested and the test results. The information wiii later be fed into a com- puter in the AMA's data pro- cessing department in Ed- monton and the results turn- ed over to the province. The results will later assist the government in formulae- Driving Lessons By the Hour Phone 327-1241 ABC DRIVING ACADEMY We pick you up in the cityl ALL TYPES OF AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION WINDOW COOLERS AND CENTRAL UNITS CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVENUE S. PHONE 328-3388 School caretaker retires ing legislation to control emissions. The emission testing equip- ment is located at tha west end of College Mall Shop- ping Centre. It was sched- uled to operate until 5 p.m. today; 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 1 p.m. lo 5 p.m. Sa'turday. Next week it will operate adjacent to Howe's IGA store in Taber from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday. The unit will travel through Southern Alberta returning to Leth- bridge later. A special presentation was made Tuesday to George James, retiring head care- taker at Galbraith School, by members of the public school board. Mr. James has retired after 19 years of service at Galbraith and worked with his vwife at that school until 'her death last December, "Mr. James has been a dedicated employes and is highly respected by students, parents, teachers and his col- board secretary M. V. Crumley told trustees Tuesday. "He has provided very ex- cellent service on behalf of his school, the school board and the board chairman Dr. Doug McPher- son said. Mr. James received a set of fishing equipment from grateful trustees. Certified Dental Mechanic CLIFF BLACK, BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDC. tewer Level PHONE 327-2832 SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. Thursday, June 14th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Nice vanity dresser and matching chest of drawers; Brwn leatherette recUner; Beige leatherette chesterfield and chair; Frigidaire counter top range; Good selection of televisions; Small vanity dresser; Chrome table; Chrome chairs; Small chest of drawers; Gas, electric and push lawn mowers; Portable typewriter; Small new barbeques; Cooler; Doors; Radio-record player; Complete beds; Viking 2 door fridge; Philcp 2 door fridge; Small old table; Elec- tric guitar; Amplifier; Small gas engines; Bicycles; Electric outboard motor; Pup tent; Suitcases; Gas and electric ranges; Swing set; Car top carrier. Portable sewing machine; Good vacuums; Drapes; Gar- den tools; Floor polishers; Mixmaster; Lamps; Ironing boards; Small propane bottle; 2 jerry cans; Cooler; Mesh playpen; Set Wearever pots and pans; Canner; Crock; Dishes; Pots and pans; End tables; Coffee tables; Ches- terfield and chairs; 2 steel clothesline poles. Many More Items Too Numerous To Mention. WESTINGHOUSE COLOR TV BEAUTIFUL WOOD SLAB COFFEE TABLE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 33M705 TED NEWIY Lie. 41 1920 2nd AVE. S. AUCTIONEERS UTHMIMI KEITH ERBMANN Lie. 451 2 Lethbridge residents arthritis society officials Two Lethbridge residents have been elected directors of the Alberta division of the Canadian Arthritis and Rheu- matism Society. Mary L. Heinitz and Dr. Clifford A. Palmer were put into office at the division's annual meeting in Calgary. The Alberta division is a member of the Lethbridge Unifed Way. It supports the Canadian Arthritis and Rheu- matism Society's research BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Installations Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. program which totalled near- ly million this year. Tliis year is the 25th anni- versary of the society. EMO budget tentatively set A budget of has been tentatively approved for the Emergency Measures Or- ganization in the Lethbridge area. The money will be spent on secretarial salaries and ser- vices of EMO personnel in the region. As the federal and provincial governments will not approve equipment expenditures, "there is no sense asking for money for EMO coordina- tor Joe Karl said Tuesday. Council grant to city man A Lethbridge man is the recipient of a National Re- search Council of Canada grant. C. J. Lane, who majored in electrical engineering and is a graduate of the University of Alberta, is among the many Canadians who re- ceived these grants to obtain doctorate degrees in science and engineering. First awarded in 1967, these science scholarships in- clude an annual grant for a three-year period. The academic fees and travel costs of the students are also paid by the council. Mr. Lane will study in Brit- ish Columbia. Balance human values in By JIM GRANT Herald Staff Writer The eastern slopes of tiie Rockies must be used as a place for spiritual refresh- ment rather than for com- mercial exploitation and short term economic gain, the Lethbridge Naturalists So- ciety feels. In a brief presented to the public hearings in Leth- bridga today on land use and resource development in the eastern slupts, the society claims the time has come for a careful balancing of human values. Are we going to destroy something of unlimited econo- mic and spiritual value for present and future genera- tions by allowing short-term limited economic develop- ments to take place now, the society questions. Ths brief attacks strip min- ing in the eastern slopes watershed area claiming it is highly incompatible with the primary resource of the area and offers very little in the way of economic return to Alberta. Extraction and exploration should be immediately halted in key watershed, wildlife and recreation areas, it is sug- gested in the brief. The area is far more valu- able to Canadians as a prim- ary watershed to protect pres- ent down-stream development and as a recreational re- source area providing an al- ternative economic base to the extractive resources, the society says. If the economic base of the Crowsnest Pass area is shift- ed to a base of tourism, in- ternational and national corp- orations must be discouraged from developing large resorts in the area, the society em- phasizes. It calls for government en- couragement and financial support to be given to local people to establish a viable tourist industry to ensure maximum local benefit be gained from the area. The society suggests impact studies should be administer- ed by the government before any new developments are permitted. The brief outlines definite zoning plans for the area in rdation to the watershed re- quirements ranging from in- tensive commercial develop- ment to non-commercial rec- reational wilderness areas. The major commercial pro- posals for tourism and rec- reation in the Gltiman River basin should be restricted to facilities related directly to skiing because ths West Cas- tle developments are within a key watershed area, the society claims. The brief specifically states no railways, highways or ered in the headwaters of the South Castle, West Castte Oldman River. The public hearings will continue Thursday nforniug at the Yaies Memorial Centre. 1 of 2 guilty of hold-up try A charge of attempted armed robbery of a mail truck against a 46-year-old New Westminster, B.C., man was dropped Tuesday when the Crown did not offer any evidence supporting the charge. Paul Lukiv and Jean Jac- ques Rochon, 43, of Mon- treal, were arrested Feb.28 near Arrowwood, 65 miles north of Lethbridge, several hours after two masked men armed with 9 mm. automatic pistols jumped the driver of a mail truck at Brocket. Rochon pleaded guilty to the same charge Tuesday and was remanded to Sept. 20 for sentencing. At the time of their arrest, both men maintained thai Local man gets post with YMCA A charter member of the Lethbridge YMCA men's club has been elected gover- nor of the western district which includes eight Alberta clubs. Joe Montgomery was cho- sen at a recent Banff confer- ence of the Canadian Prairie Region Y's men's clubs. Y's men's clubs are the service clubs of the YMCA. The Lethbridge men's club has been established for 23 years. they did not know each other. Subsequent investiga- tion showed that Rochon was hitch-hiking near Kipp and was picked up by Lukiv, who was on his way back to New Westminster after spending some time with his sick moth- er-in-law. Rochon's lengthy remand was granted after court was told that he is a Caribbean distributor for several brew- eries and is involved in other business ventures. He will re- main on cash bail. The robbery was foiled when the driver, Barry Beg- law, of Lethbridge, fought off the two armed men and drove away. Police have been unable to determine the identity of the other man involved in the at- tempted robbery. the LODGE MOTEL 329-0100 ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5lh St. S. Phone 328-4095 Super Special! CORNING WARE COVERED SKILLETS Colors: Avocado, Outer-scotch 10 INCH Reg. 13.95 SPECIAL INCH Reg. 10.95 SPECIAL :.49 PERFECT FOR GIFT GIVING OR HOME USE Call China 327.5767 DOWNTOWN CANADA'S FINEST E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Dental Bldg. Phone 3274565 COLD FUR STORAGE Call 327-4348 for Rapid Pick-upb CANADIAN FURRIERS Paramount Theatre Building IT'S CAMM'S FOR COOL OFF WITH Air Conditioning FROM C A SHEET METAL 1709 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5973 At last! A Father's Day gift he wont hide in the closet HOLIDAY TIME FOOTWEAR Spectator Pumps b y Empress and Air Step. In white with black or navy trim. Think about the gilts you give dad that disappear after father's day, not this one it's a miniature year 'round garden, perfect for his home or office from 12.50 at the MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP PHONE 327.1515 Empress Sling's In white crin- kle, white kid, also red o r navy crinkle patent. "Orchid" by Joyce This popular summer sandal is available in a lovely tri tone beige. See it now. LADIES' FLAT HEEL SANDALS In white Or brown. From DR. SCHOLL'S EXERCISE SANDALS In white, blue or with heel. LOVELY HANDBAGS To match all our new summer shoes. Open Thuri. and Fri. Until 9 p.m. CAMM'S 403 5th STREET S. SHOES ;