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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta For rill Your trcivel requirements AIR CANADA TIME AIR LTD. CANADIAN PACIFIC AIRLINES Trill' CANADIAN WESTERN AIRLINES Ct.ll al 328-3201 ________________________ or 328-6858 Free Reservation and Information Service We also arranne reservations (or all olher Airlines arid Steamship Planning A BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE lethbtukje Herald .SECOND SUCTION Lelhbnclge, Alberta, Monday, June 29, OJTO CT 101 J A. E. CROSS WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE ABOVE MARKET PRICES GIVEN Public Hearing On Development A public hearing will he held j Densilv s t a n d a r cl s along Only had been if It o'clock tonight in the Magralh Drive will fatal for the job. cil chambers in citv hall come up for last week approved the development control Erwin Add.crley, extra for the job. in for the city's west planning, will recommend that work could proceed. The bvlaw will provide motor hotel on call for the bridge lo the orderlv development of be made possible bv Ami- be closed for about two west side in accordance with the allowable density j in August while the permitted in being maoe. Deadline for persons C8 zones. j ICncrson Motors lo make submissions at Adderley's report warns j of the lot at 7th Ave. S. was the change is made, every j Mayor Magrath Drive wH Council will also deal with in a C8 zone along the again come before council. r e c o m m c n d a tion from could double its present city solicitor will ask committee that land it wants to launcn tur- made available to developers also recommends court action on the matter. low-cost ownership housing a report A. H. Elford dis- rer front foct plus S'i9 him May 29. when the case June 22. front fool for to make all will also deal with a The reduction in price on on the Drive from Pete Markus, land would be the city's only financial involvement in the permissible. Tom Ferguson, ciiy of Old West Stables, to operate a horse rental business posed housing recommend council north of Indian Battle The scheme which is bid of from readv lo go. would replace Services Ltd. request is being opposed city's planned subsidized lo the 8th the parks and recreation de- tal housing Students Leaving For Quebec 'DAN SEYL AND' BETTY WARMINK FORT WHOOP-UP STAFF READY FOR SEASON Five Lethbridgc high school students leav.e early Tuesday morning by car for a two-weck exchange visit to Quebec spon- sored by the Canadian Council of Christians and Jews. The group will return July 18 Fort Whoop-Up Ready For Summer f ,....._ _ in hunt and i Manv artifacts of the day can I I' "Fort Whoop Up. in Indian Battle Park under the CP Rail high level bridge, opens for the summer on a seven days a week schedule Wednesday: The fort will be open daily from to 8-30 p.m. It has 11967 Canadian Centennial proj- been open weekends only tori eel. the fort includes a replica the past month, as employees of the old whisky traders' fort prepared it for summer. built in 1369; many early west Built and operated by the and Indian displays; and a real Lcthbridge Kinsmen Clubs as a i coal miners' train once used in nearby mines to haul coal and i Many artifacts of the day can j men in and out of the tunnels, i be seen al Ihe Kinsmen fort, i Fort Whoop-Up's model con- of various tains descriptions uses of rooms the com- City Team Wins Hose Laying TABER (HNS) The Lelh- i petitions to be held in Leth- btidge Fire Department's Num- ber 1 hose laying team took honors here Saturday against 11 other teams, continuing its long winning streak in pro- vincial competitions. UlUldl The team's total for four runs Falls, two from Warner was 73.8 seconds. The foursome from Picture Butte took second place with a total time of 77.2 seconds. The competition involves two heats of two runs each, and the Lethbridge team came first in both heats, with times of 38.2 and 35.6 seconds. Picture Bntte ran second in each heat, with times of 40.2 and 37.0 sec- onds. Timing and judging of all trials was done by officials from the Alberta fire commis- sioner's office in Edmonton. Picture Butte, by winning second place, qualifies for the provincial championship corn- bridge in August. Lethbridge had previously qualified for the championship sessions. Others in the competition here included one team each from Milk River, Courts, Great from Coaldale and two from Tabor. Lethbridge and Picture Butte had second teams as well. In women's competitions, the team from Coutts came first with a time of 48.2 seconds for one heat. Other women's teams included two from Lethbridge and two fron: Warner. pound, displays of real Plains Indians clothing from the 10th century, picture galleries of early Indians in the Prairie areas, gun displays and others, much of the material new since last year. Dan Seyl, a University of Lethbridge education student, manages the fort for the Kins- men, with the assistance of Betty Warmink, a third year anthropology student at the U of L. A curio shop, selling Blood Indian handicrafts may open during July, but as yet lacks anyone willing to take it on. and several interesting his- tories of the original fort and the whisky trade are available in the ticket concession. One In Hospit Following Accident Donald Friesen, 20, of Coal- dale was admitted to the Lelh- bridge Municipal Hospital fol- lowing a car accident on High- way 3, three miles east of Leth- bridgc during the weekend. Mr. Friesen, received in- Takes Post In Reel Deer Major mandin John Harding, corn- officer of the Leth- bridge Salvation Army Corps, and his wife Jean, left over the weekend for a new church posl- j ing in Red Deer. Tort Whoop Up was built; Majm. Harding, born in New- first by early traders along a i was ranking army Calgary to Montana trade Opening JiiJy 2nd Dayle's Hairstyiing Salon Cinema Theatre Building Picture Butte Mrs. Daylc Lawlor welcomes her friends and cus- tomers lo visit her. PHONE 732-4772 or 732-4981 Picture Butte juries to his left hand and arm and his condition was de- j scribed by hospital authorities j Monday morning as- fairly i good. I About SI.300 damage resulted i in the accident. The car Mr. Friesen was driving apparenl- i ly went out of control and over- turned on the highway. Two other occupants of the car. Herman Martens and Anne Martens of Coaidale. were called the "Whoop Up Trail." Much of the trade car- ried out by the traders was in whisky and eventually the Royal Northwest Moun t e d Police moved west lo curtail i _. both the whisky business and j j: some Indian and settler skir- mishes. LS Caused Death ruled the June H death of a Buffalo Narrows, -Sask. man. Armand Albert Byhette. 28, was caused by a skull fracture as a result of falling off a fire escape at the rear of the Dallas Hotel. The jury recommended the bottom portion of the fire es- cape be put on an elevator basis so it can't be reached from the ground. Byhette was apparently try- ing to gain entry to the hotel by the rear fire escape and fell from the second storey level. He had apparently been drink- ing and had earlier been eject- eel from the foyer of the hotel. with Quebec students who will j be Lcthbridge guests for [woj weeks. Students participating from! Catholic Central High School] are Dorothy Boras, 16. and j Louis Ouelette. 16. Miss Boras will visit a family in Quebec City: Mr. Ouelette, one in Grand'mere. Students from Lethbridgc Collegiate Institute are Linda Gorko, 17. Marilyn Conrad, 16 and Trevor Cook. J6. Miss Gorko will slay in Que- bec City; Miss Coiu'ad, in Lo- retteville; and Mr. Cooke, in Sherbrooke. Jloi'e than students, in- cluding 53 from Alberta, will be involved in the exchange, the 15th sponsored by the council. officer in Lethbridge for three years following church posi- j lions in Chicago. He has been a member of the army for 21 years. command in the city saw the Lcthbridge corps move S. to rew structure on 13th St. and 4th Ave. S. The police took over Fort Lcthbridge c o m- Whoop Up without problems. officer, who began his the old citadel on 5th St. Maclcod, Glemvood. Graiium, since it was rapidly vacated when its trader occupants dis- Cobb of Albert Cap_ covered the law was approach- j Cohb js married, with three duties Sunday, is Capt. Harold ing. The original forl was on the southeast side of the St. Mary River, just south of its junction with the Oldman River a few miles south cf Lethbridgc. At the time, the Oldman was taken to hospital and laler re- known as the Belly River, leased. Two cars travelling on the highway close by at the time of the Friesen accident, driven by Alfred Monti of Coaldale and William Paul Paliuk of Red- cliff, were involved in a rear- end collision. Grain Quota The Canadian wheat board has announced a three-bushel quota effective immediately at Brocket, Coutls, Cranford. Fort Judson. Legend, Milo, Orion, Queer.stown, H a n i e r, Retlaw, Travers, Vulcan and Whitlaw. Also effective immediately is a four-bushel quota at Hays, New Dayton, Raymond, Raley. Spring Coulee, Welling and WALESCENT THANK YOU! In a busy world such cis this one, it is often difficult to take tlie time to personally express our feeling of appreciation to friends and cus- tomers. So, we thought ir would be" appropriate to use our regular weekly advertising space to write all of you this short thank you note. The confidence that you have shown in choosing our pharmacy to supply the prescrip- tions and health needs of your family is a spe- cial trust of which we are well aware. We will strive to always merit your approval and will welcome your suggestions to help us improve our pharmacy. j i Thirty-seven students exper-i i icncpcl as waitresses are avail- !able for summer jobs through I the Canada Manpower Centre student placement division in Lethbridge. I COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 jCLIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. LACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 COUPON OFFER Cut ouf this acl and receive a 10% dis- count on your next ccish purchase from Draffin's (offer excludes Expires July 15lh, 1970. DRAFFIN'S DOWNTOWN ROD 327-3279 niSPENSARY GEORGE 378-A13'' DUE ANDERSON'S INTERNATIONAL AUTO DAREDEVILS WED. JULY 1ST 1.00 P.M. Lethbridge Exhibition 2-HOUR FAMILY SHOW OF THRILLS COMEDY AND EXCITEMENT ALSO APPEARING P.M. JULY 1ST CARDSTON RODEO GROUNDS SAVE TO OU7e 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 Soulh IIMUTE UFFLER TALLAT10N9 Phone 328-8134 New Maps For City The Travel and Convention Association of southern Alberta has printed new maps of the city of Lethbridge which they wi'll distribute July 3. The new maps list local points'of inleresl, sources for accommodation, camping facil- ities, restaurants, shopp ing' centres and other data of as- sistance to travellers. Frank Smith, manager of j TCAS'A, said that for the first j time the association will have j enough maps to place in all i holels. gas stations in the as well as in information con- j Ires in other Alberta towns and cities. I No Delivery 0! Mail On Holiday There will he no delivery by letter carrier or Lcthbridge suburban service on July 1, the Dominion Day holiday. In the main post office, the ttickct lobby will not be open and no wicket service will be given. The lock box lobby will remain open on the 24 hour basis. Special delivery mail will be delivered and collections from street letter boxes will be made on the Sunday schedule. Stamps may be obtained from the vending machine on the west side of the main post of- fice. Army, Navy and Air Force 34 BINGO IN THE CLUBROOMS Tuesday, June 30 JACKPOT Blackout in 59 Noi. For Members and Their Guests! 1 The New Look al Chinook "OFFICE FURNITURE SHOWROOM" offering a complete selection of office furniture for every taste and budget CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13th Strecl N. Phone 327-4591 ANNIVERSARY ALL TIRES ON SPECIAL H78 x 15-4 Ply Tubeless Nylon Whitewcill Fbetwood Passenger Tire .20 Retail 52.00 NOW 26 COMPLETE LIFETIME WARRANTY Fibreglass Belted Tires Lowest Prices In Town TIRE MART LTD. 1902 2nd Avenue Soulh Phone 327-3580 "WE KNOWINGLY.UNDERSELL" ;