Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Planning A For all your travel requirements AIR CANADA TIME AIR LTD. _, CANADIAN PACIFIC AIRLINES Trip? CANADIAN WESTERN AIRLINES BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE Free Reservation and Informalion Service We also arrange reservations for all other Airlinci and Steamships. at 328-3201 or 328-6858 The Letltbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION LelliLtndgc, Alberta, Thursday, June 25. 1970 PAGES 3 TO JT) I a iia s a, A. E. CROSS J-Jfiotvgrapliy WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE ABOVE MARKI-T PRICES GIVEN Plant Okayed The Municipal Planning Com mission Wednesday gave foi mal approval to the propose million Swift Canadian Co Ltd. plant at 4101 2nd Ave. N Approval was given on th condition the company's detail cd plans are approved by th city departments concerned. There was some concern thi city be informed on the type of sewage treatment facilitie installed, particularly since Ihe city is becoming involved ii secondary treatment of sewage Plans for the plant were an nounced early in May. A request from Old West Sta bles to establish a pleasure horse rental business just norti of Indian Battle Park was ta bled. The operator has been ad vised to make his submission directly to city council. Construction of a warehouse by Ceramic Tile and Mar b 1 e Work at 134 22nd St. N. was approved. The warehouse wil be used for storage of ceramic material. Pel-mission was also given lo two music stores, Miisiclanc and Bailey's Keyboard, to erect signs on their buildings. In other business, Alderman C. W. Chichester was appointed as tlie commission's rcpresen (alive on a committee being set up to study future development policy of tlie city. No action was taken on question of imposing regula- tions on the burning of refuse by apartment block owners. Men Only Militia Plan Summer employment jobs in the militia are restricted .to males between the ages of IG and 24, a Lethbridge Canadian Forces spokesman said Thurs day. Students taking summer jobs will earn S49 for a seven-day week. Tlie defence department plans to employ about stu- dents in tire militia this sum- mer at a cost of The cross-Canada program runs from July 6 to Aug. 21. I Feasibility Study Set On Barley-Alcohol Plan A group of Montana farmers are lacking adequate protein' apparently co-operating with v 01 king in conjunction with Al-j diets. i the group, ami are sponsoring beita Barley Growers Services! The group plans on using the! the use of a barley alcohol ad- Lkl. in Lethbridge. have hired j pollution aspect as one point in I ditivc in Australia. an engineering firm to do a j the barley alcohol promotion. Potential markets for HIP 'c.isibility study on production and fores'ces legislation which products appear endless at the of grain alcohol from barley. A recent meeting of the Mon- would place a ban on the use i moment, and studies may soon of leaded gasoline or place under way with wheat, tana group and a delegation i burdening tax on its us.e. j which could have similar po- from the Barley Growers Asso-i American oil companies areitcnlial. c i a t i o n, Wallace Hummcll, I Milk River, Jerry Marshall, New Dayton, and Ivan Norris, ner, drew up probable pre- j liminary results of the study as lollows: A distillery would have lo have a capacity of bu- shels of barley per clay, or seven million bushels per year lo be most economical. A plant of this size would produce Imperial gallons of ethyl alcohol per day. or ten million gallons per year. (The ethyl alcohol is used as an ad- ditiv.e to replace lead now being used in gasoline.) The most valuable product may be carbon dioxide, a by- I product of the process. About j 1-ri tons of liquid carbon diox- ide would be produced daily, juelding per ton in Leth- mainly dr extinguishers. The process would also yield vitamins, in the form of molasses. Value and siie of A livestock pesticide institute i effects on plants, animals and involving nearly 80 of the man. world's lop-most organochlo- theme is Safe and Eflec- rine and organophospliale re- 1 tive Uses of Pesticides. search scientists will be held in ThJ5 js ,he of ganjzer A loxieologisf at Research Sla- 5 s e ,.s ns Lethbridge July 3 to July 21 ils kind lo or Sponsored by the North At lantic Treaty Organization the ,h institute will deal with all as- peels of these two main cate- gories of pesticides, and their Summer's The Time For Pretty Girls In The, Park by Bryan Wilson Ham Radio Day Set This Weekend 4 DAYS McCREADY-BAINES LEFT! DUTCH AUCTION COME IN AND MAKE YOUR BID NOW! It's a new twist where prises go down each day by 5% for 10 days _ Advance bids require a 10% deposit and rofundable in full if you arc outbid. Advance bids must be tor the exact amount shown on front of Dutch Auction Sale Card. 2 EXAMPtES OF THE BUYS: ITEM NO. 74 VIEW MASTER WAtT DISNEY CHARACTER THEATRE Regular list 19.95 TOMORROW'S 7th DAY PRICE ONIY 1469 8th DAY PRICE, ONIY ITEM NO. 16 MINOLTA ELECTRO SHOT 35 mm CAMERA WITH CASE Regular list 129.95 TOMORROW'S 7lh DAY PRICE ONtY 95 55 8lh DAY PRICE, ONtY.............'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY ITD. 614 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge Phone 327-3555 Southern Alberta's licensed radio amateurs "ham" op- .erators will turn Writing-On- Free Parking Recommended. The Lethbridge D o w n town Business men's Association Wednesday voted unanimously in favor of a recommendation to city council asking approval to grant free parking ir the downtown area on Saturdays only. The free parking would ap- ply lo one-hour metres and not to 12-minute or two-hour metres. CUFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. JBLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-5767 NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 13th Street North Phone 328-4441 LIMITED QUANTITY! IDEAL GIFT or for BACK-TO-SCHOOL! 3 DAYS ONLY! TONIGHT FRIDAY SATURDAY! TIMEX WATCHES Regular 12.95 Values EXTRA SPECIAL, EACH CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE! S 1 o n e Park into an interna- tional communications centre Saturday and Sunday. About 30 members of the j Border Area Radio Club, com- prising operators in M i 1 k River, Foremost, Sweet Grass, other southern centres, plus a I few in Lethbridge, will partici- pate in Field Day. the closing exercise of Amateur Radio Week: Field Pay will involve the lines are disrupted. In such cases, ham operators may handle messages for the police, civil defence, Red Cross and other relief organizations. Field Day also features a contest among participants, with Ihe winning club being the one who has made the most contacts within Ihe set time pe- riod. tiumg -xtju per ion m ijeui- The compound is used !7li ainly in bottling soft drinks, JL 11 US., ice, greenhouses and fire' Man Hurt A middle-aged man was in-] Me feels NATO's intense in- terest on the subject is directly reflected by the S3U.OOO grant, the institute received. (Most of this sum will be used for trans- portation cost of the scientists'. The institute is not designed for the purpo.se nf solving all the problems in this facet of agriculture, said Dr. Kahn, but this market is not yet known, j jured late Wednesday night About pounds of j when the car he was driving hit distillers' dry grain would bo produced daily, containing nearly 40 per cent protein. The group envisions a feedlot near the distillery so that this high protein product could be fed to cattle. A feedlot of 60.000 head capacity would be required to use all of the dry distillers' gram. There are other potential markets for the distillers dry grain, possibly more profitable than as cattle feed. Human consumption is a possibility. since many areas of the world MANY CAUSES world's largest non-commercial! T'le Canadian Red Cross So- emergency communications fa- i c'cl.v states most downings in cility, through which the radio'1969 were caused by careless- club will be in contact with oth-1 ness> sucn as !ack ol parental operators across Canada at'entlon to children while swim- Historic Site Ready Sept. 18 A monument overlooking tlie site of the original Fort Whoop- Up will be unveiled Sept. 18 near the junction of the Old- man and SI. Mary s rivers. Subdivision of Ihe two-acre site Ihree miles south and four miles west of the cily was ap- proved by the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission 'ast; week. A road to the monument will be built by the County of Leth- bridge. 'Hie monument itself will be the responsibility of the department of Indian affairs and northern development. Mayor Andy Anderson has been invited to participate in the unveiling ceremony. (he ditch and overturned on the coulee hill west of Lethbridge. The man was admitted lo St. Michael's General Hospital. Ex- tent of his injuries has not been reported. Damage to the late-model car was extensive. and the U.S. The day will run from 11 a.m. Saturday to II a.m. Sunday. Only emergency equipment, in- cluding portable power, will be used. Operating from field sites, without reliance on commercial electrical power, is practice in communicalions crises, such as ice storms and high winds, when regular communications j ming. accidental entry into wa- !ter, falling from boats and rafts, and falling into ditches. tanks and excavations. DROWNINGC Alberta had 5-1 drowning.? ac- cidents last year, an increase of 11, while the Canadian total decreased 31 per cent to 1.155. RESIDENTIAL COOLING SYSTEMS CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 328-3388 Littlesliiekls Gets One Year Edward Gordon Lit, 11 e Shields, of the Blood Indian Reserve, was sentenced (o one year in jail Wednesday morn- ing by Magistrate L. B. Levine, with the recommendation that his term be served at the Bel- mont Institute near Edmonton. He was sentenced on a charge of assault causing bodily harm in a shooting inci- dent on the reserve March 21 in which Frank Manyfingers i received a wound above the j left eye. j An earlier charge of attempt- ed murder was withdrawn by crown prosecutor Murray Siv- iion of Lethbridge. for ideas gathered to date. Sessions for the institute will be held at. the Park Plaza and the University of Lethbridge. ANTIQUE COAL-OIL LAMPS Complete with Perfumed Oil JUST RECEIVED! A New Shipment of Italian Glassware Jardinierres FLOWER SHOP 322 6th St. S. 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