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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta tan-Up Crews fln Good Shape' FORT CII1PEWYAN (CP) Clean-up crews working on Ihc oil spill on Lake Athabasca end at UK mouth of the Athabasca River are expected to pull out this weekend, Dr. W. J. Doug Stephen, federal officer super- vising, the clean-up operation said Wednesday. "Except for a few opera- tional difficulties with Ilia slick- licker and booms, which are security measures, everything is in good ha said. Dr. Stephen said (he slick- licker, a canvas ccnvcyor pp- areas wilh muskral and water- fowl populations, he said. The placement of a 000-foot boom near the outlet of Lake Athabasca to prevent oil from moving into the Slave River was delayed, he said, but was expected1 to be in operation by early afternoon. Dr. Stephen said His esti- mated gallons of oil that could have spewed into Ihe Athabasca River from a frac- tured pipeline of Great Cana- dian Oil Sands Ltd. near Fort j McMurray June li will probably crating on a water combine not threaten Fort Chisewyan s principle, had difficulty in five- water supply. to-ten foot waves on Lake Atlia- basca and was forced to take a longer route to reach (he delta. The dclla is about 20 miles s o n't h of Fort Cliipewyan, across open water. TWO-iMAN BOATS Small, two-man boats were present on the delta attempting to prevent oil from reaching "There was confusion about the type of water-system they used but we have determined they pump water out only two times a year and there is a sufficient supply for awhile." EVERYTHING FINE He said tests conducted near the source of water supply in- dicate everything is fine. New, Exclusive Classroom, Home Study Courses! Career Academy graduates enjoy high- paying, rewarding positions (full and part-time) in these prestige fields a You can train to become a Medical or Dental Assistant Modern laboratory school NATIONWIDE PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE at No Extra Cost Write or call today for a free copy of "Spot- I ight on new colorful booHlct explaining wonderful career opportuni- ties. No obligation. _ I INTERNATIONAL I I CABEER ACADEMY OF CANADA LTD. S King Sires! East, I Toronlo I. Ontario j f 06LAH22B on I i City. Zone, province j I am inteicsle'd in D Clas CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE GOOD GUYS AND THE BAD GUYS" In Techni- color. Starring Robert Mitchum and George Kennedy. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 18, 19 and 20. Thursday show at 8: 15 p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "OLIVER" In Technicolor. Starring Mark Lester and Oliver Reed. One of the all time great movies. Winner of 6 academy awards. Thursday. Friday and Saturday, June 18, 19 and 20. Thursday show at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "SWEET CHARITY" In Technicolor. Starring Shirley MacLaine. Friday and Saturday, June 19 and 20. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE MOLLY MAGUIRES" In Technicolor. Starring Richard Harris, Sean Connery and Samantha Eggar. Thursday, June 18. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Sky Vue Drive-in "THE TROUBLE WITH GIRLS" In color. Starring Elvis Presley. Plus selected short subjects. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 18, 19 and 20. Thursday show starts at dusk. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "KRAKATOA, EAST OF JAVA" In Technicolor. Starring Maximilian Schcll, Diane Baker and Brian Keith. Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday and Monday, June 18, 19, 20 and 22. Thursday shows at and p.m. Family. Get more oul of life Take ihe family io a movie Scientific investigators, di- rected by Martin Paetz, chief biologists' with the Alberta fish and wildlife division, will begin Friday, Dr. Ktenhcn said. Some preliminary tests on fish have been done and the fish appear normal, but tests now are Ireing conducted in I'd monton and Winnipeg "I would estimate a prob ble re-opening of the fishing sea- son on Lake Athabasca." Patrick Dixcn, wilh Ihc Al- berta human resource develop- ment authority, said lrort Ch p ewyan has a very limited ft n cniic base and f idling is the only source of income in the summer. Only pounds of the per m'i s sable pounds were caught before the fishisg season closed because of the oil spill, he said1. "Welfare is Ihe only other type of income available. If the o'il has an effect on fish and wildlife, it will have a dis- astrous effect on the economy." WAS TOP JAZZMAN TORONTO (CP) Lonnie Johnson, for years was cne c[ North1 Amsrica's tcp jazz gui- tar players, was found dead in his Toronto apartment Tues- day. His age WES estimated ba- tween 73 and 80. Ranked with such performers as Louis Arm- Duke Ellington and Bessa Smith, he came to To- rcr.'.o fcur years ago and de- cided to slay, playing in his sensitive way at various clubs and coffee shops. Thursday, Junn 18, 1970 THE LEFHBIilDGE HERALD 7 (IP iNcwsmui) Wins Award lOUONTO (CP) Dennis the weekly TrecKu, Alia. Bell, Canadian Press stalf Tribune'. Keventj'-tlirec entries writer at Vancouver, has won were csnsidcml. the Press Journal-British Col-j Hell's awnrd is sail) in cash umbia government travel-writ-1 illui ;i "''P ta' n imced Tuesday. Lell, 28, won the contest for a II ice-part series on the Queen! Ui rlolte Islands, written fer' The Canadian Press in I I'unners-up were William C.: II me, editor of London Free: Press, and Ralph Sluarl, editor i COLOR TV JACK'S RADIO i TV 302 13lh SI. N. RETURN OF THE PIED PIPER Bobby Gimby is surrounded by Winnipeg public school students Monday cs he officially released his new song that commemorates AAaniloba's centennial. NATAL (HNS) At the I'e- ccnt meeting of Ihe board for Fcrnie school district, word was received from the regional dental consultant the preven- itve dental program for Natal- Michel will bo discontinued. The department of education I has advised the board cf the j discontinuance of (lie Grade 13 j program in the provincial school system. However, j Grade 13 courses will be avail- able by coiTespondence for one additional year to permit stu- dents to make adjustments. The board spent consider- able time in discussion about the provision cf accommoda- tion for teachers. The board now has a number cf trailers mid leased apartments which it makes available on a rental basis to teachers. A policy decision was reach- Good Production DUNDALK, Oni. (CP) Gordon Duncan has a prolific 24 ewes produced a total of 57 lambs this year. Two cf the ewes each gave'birth to quadruplets, nine had triplets, nine had twins and four were single births. Only two of the 57 died. "cd thai if a husband is gain- fully employed o'jisr than by the school board, a teaching wife will not be eligible for school board housing. Approval has been received frcm the department on tiie in- dustrial ar's extension for the Spanvccd Secondary School. PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LEKBRIDGE June 16th June 22nd inclusive FRITZ SICK Tliurs'., June 1 Bill-Public S Fri., June 19th-Public Swimming p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Sat., June 20th-Public Swimming p.m. Sun., June Swimming Family Swim LIONS POOL Thurs., June 1Sth-Public Swimming Fri., June 1 Swimming Sat., June JOth-Publk Swimming Sun., June Swimming HENDERSON FOOL RE-OPENING DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED This advertisement will appear each Monday and Thursday TONIGHT thru WED. FAMILY CAPITOL THEATRE Moon Zero CO Steps to Last complete PARAMOUNT THEATRE Man Called Short Last ccmplete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Johnny Short Last complete GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Alaskan Ice Station One ccmplete Sat., June 20th p.m. EXHIBITION PAVILION ADVANCE TICKETS: Musicland, Bert and Mac's Record Bar, Mar- cel's Club Cigar, Do Music and Sports. o) v CANADIAN WHISKA 54 NUMBERS THIS WEEK LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (UPSTAIRS) EVERY THURSDAY 8 P. A Few Tickets Are Still Available For tonight's HAWAIIAN LUAU Sorry We Ar.e Sold-Oul For Friday Night! Admission FOOD AVAILABLE There's time to get them and attend this Gigantic Colorful Evenll Featuring KALANI Browne and his Maul Sound 9 Piece Dance Band with Hawaiian Floor Show and as a Special Add- ed Attraction Friday and at our Hawaiian Cabaret Saturday "Jusl Us" (formerly The Brass Corporation) will be in attend- ance! Admission by Ticket Only, In eludes Hawaiian Dinner, Er.tsr- tainment and Dancing, psr per- son, Tonighf and Friday nipht S3 Sff "HE MAN HIS WORLD HIS MUSIC! jstTwra-mDiuiiiMTiiimmLtE IMUHIBFUIItl-UlltKMIHS miwssiiWE >COLOR MATINEE FRIDAY at p.m. <3 EVENINGS AT and p.m. TONIGHT af and p.m. ADULT SAT. MATINEE AKo SMITMII! ANDERSON Co-Sl.iri-iiirf.IKAX UASCOM MAiMUTUPOU ImrodiiciniiCOKINNA'reOI'KI TODAY thru SAT. Gather the whole family and take FAMILY Matinee Daily p.m. KIDS 50c ANYTIME with the greatest bunch of kids who ever embarked on a new kind of adventure, HIT 'MOON ZERO TWO1 0 INW. .z James Olson Adrienne Corri PHONfe 7110% ,1 REEN ACBSM FUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGR j TONIGHT thru SATURDAY From the author of "The Guns of Navarone" and "Where Eagles FAMILY Rock Hudson Ernest Borgnine aP Patrick Me Goohan Jim Brown Super IV '.0 i-.i f'Alr.-.v.'.v Plus Special Disney Featurette ;