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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, March 6, 1972 THE IETHBEIDGH HFRAID CENTRE GETS GRANT Father Micah (left) and Pother Malochi (centre) talk with young people at The Process, a drop-in centre, in Toronto, which received a 900 Local Initiatives Program grant. The grant to The Process, the Church of the Final Judgement, described as a "satanist" sect, is one of several grants to receive criti- cism. Recommended by The Manufacturers to relieve: Simple and Compound Thirst; j Dryness of The Whistle; i and Common Fancy for a Brew. i ANNOUNCING! for the First Time in The Proud Province of Alberta ANEW BREW of PREMIUM STRENGTH SKILLFULLY COMPOUNDED BY MASTER CRAFTSMEN TO MOST ANCIENT RECIPE AND SECRET And the First Such Brew in More than Three Decades (being a period in excess of 30 years.) TO BEAR THE PROUD, HONOURED and UNIVERSALLY ESTEEMED NAME "LETHBRIDGE" This fine product of Alberto (now generally available for a slightly higher bat still modest sum in current coin of the realm) bears the title, and device Beware of counterfeit and feeble You are heartily enjoined to partake of its curiously refreshing flavour, appealing to Tradesman and Artisan, Country Folk and City Folk alike; Even to The Professional Man with an Acquired Taste for Better Things. DO NOT ACCEPT SUBSTITUTES. Ask for it by name only I LETHBRIDGE MALT LIQUOR MOLSON BREWERY ALBERTA LTD. Membership ards needed iy exhibitors PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek and Dis- rlct Agricultural Society has nnounced that tlie new membership cards are uired by all who wish to ibit at the fair, since the five- ear memberships expired- a1 he end of 1971. This year the prize lists will je mailed out as soon as they re printed to those holding 972 memberships but will nol distributed in stores unti' ust before the P'air. Anyone to become a member is requested to contact Irs. Faith Zachar at 627-4516 or at Box 326, Pincher Creek bnmelkamp dm cholarship FORT MACLEOD (Special) Tlic Albcrla Teachers Asso- ation annual scholarship of 00 for the student with the ghest average in Grade 12 in 3 Willow Creek school divi- n was won by Miss Gerry mmclkamp. Mrs. Jeau JIcColl matle tlie escalation to Miss Etnmcl- mp. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. erman Brnmclkamp of Fort acleod. Following completion of rade 12 last June, Miss mmalkamp tiudied computer ogramming at Calgary. She o b t a i n ed employment th tire Canadian Imperial of Commerce, Calgary. Truck convoy attempts first j i overland trip to far north EDMONTON (CP) Ten loublc tandem trucks left today an attempt to travel miles to Inuvik, N.W.T. on the Mackenzie River delta. For the last pail of the trip there are no real roads, just rough trails bulldozed through scrub spruce. The trails are so -cugh and there are so many stre ams and river cros sin gs hat the terrain is passable by vehicles only during winter. Snow may be troublesome and slippery but it Siill gives better jraction than the impossible mu- skeg surface of the sub-Arctic mmer. There's a gravel highway for :he first SCO miles of the route :rom Edmonlon to Fort Simp- son, N.W.T., but after that the route is "maintained" by a pri- vate company whose work con- sists mainly of running a plow along the trail occasionally. Trucking officials believe the convoy that left today will, if it gets through, represent tha first major winter shipment overland to Inuvik. The Mackenzie River is used during the summer for ship- ments by barge to Inuvik. CARRY OWN FUEL The cxpendition must carry its own fuel, about gallons, from Fort Simpson onwards. The vehicles are not specially designed for bush travel but the drivers think they111 make it. "The plow weni up the trail to Inuvik this weak so unless we get heavy drifting the trucks should get t h r o u g said George Hominuik, manager of Northlinc Transportation which owns Die vehicles. Some of Uie drivers arc me- chanics qualified to repair the trucks and they'll carry spare parts and propane torches, To eliminate Uie problem of starting on the usual sub-zero mornings, the trucks will be kept running all night. Driveis u-iil sleep in their cabs. EXPECT 8 M.IML "We'll make about eight miles an hour when the trucks are loaded on the way Mr. Hominuik said. "On the way back we'll make more like 15 miles an hour." He estimates that about ISO hours of travel will be required for the round trip. The expedition became neces- sary wlwn Catrc Construction Ltd. of Vancouver found it needed heavy equipment and drilling gcnr for a project at Tnuvik. The equipment is too big, too heavy and tco expensive for air- craft. Loffmark asked to apologize VICTORIA (CP) Health ilinster Ralph Loffmark has accused in the British Columbia legislature of sland- ring a woman who had heart urgery in Vancouver last year in order to cover up his own nept planning. Barrie Clark (L-Nortli Van- couver Seymour) asked the minister to apologize to Norma Unkin of Sparks, Nev., for his tatements earlier in the ses- ion that she had undergone pen heart surgery in Vancou- 'er and attempted to have the osts covered through the B.C. Medical Plan. Mr. Loffmark, during bud- jet speech debate, told the louse that Mrs. Rankin had he surgery in September and lecause she was put on the 5.C. Medical Plan would not lave to pay the in doc- ors' fees for the operalion. She >aid the money after an inves- iga'tion was held into the case, ic said. He used this as an example of United Slates residents com- ing into the province, abusing [he provincial plan and taking up badly needed heart patient Mr. Clarke said the mini- ster's case against Mrs. Rail- was based only on "innuen- do" from a letter from an anonymous source. He said the letter contained wrong infor- mation. The Liberal member said if (lie minister had sufficient facts to prove that this woman had indeed attempted to de- fraud the medical plan then it was his responsibility to lay charges. Mr. Clarke said the woman was and still is a Canadian citizen and prior to moving to Nevada had lived in B.C. for some time. She had been a res- ident of Victoria for 35 years, he said. She had undergone three previous heart operations at the Vancouver General Hospi- tal and on the advice of her eart specialist decided to iave the fourth operation in the same hospital by the same leart surgery team, M r. Clarke said. Bobby Browii majoring m music CHENEY, Wash. A stu dent at Eastern Washington State Colegc, Bobby C. Brown formerly of Vafixhall, is among more than .students admit! cd to the EWSC profcssiona education program. Undergraduate students mus I have completed at least thci sophomore year to be admitt ed. Mr. Brown, son nf Mr. am Mrs. Robert 0. Brown, Jr., a graduate of Vauxhall Junior Senior High School, is majorin. in music at EWSC. ORGAN RENTAL by iMnrii PRUEGGER-S -sjo nil it. t. JJ7-7JJ4 WELL SALE MILE GUARANTEE 9 ply tread Safety eit higher speeds Better road Outstanding braking 1 Economic performance Shop and Compare then see the Yokohama Radial at 1902 2nd Avenue S. Phone 327-3580 "WE KNOWINGLY UNDERSELL" PC; STACKING WASHER and DRYER COMPARE YOU'LL BUY WESTINGHOUSE SMITH'S 236 13th ST. N. If all your economy car has to offer is economy, you're wasting your money. Many so-called economy cars aren't so economical when it comes down to what you get for what you pay. Especially when you consider what you get with a Corolla. For the same money. Unlike most other economy cars, the Corolla 1600 looks good. Unlike most others, Corolla offers lots of big ear comforts. Like leg room. Reclining bucket seats. A heater that heats. Fresh Flow ventilation. Things that would cost extra on theirs? hut come standard on ours. Unlike most others, Corolla offers a cross-f low engine as standard. The most efficient 1600 cc Unlike others, Corolla for in; resale value. (Consistently high' economy cars.) And last, hut certainly not least, Corolla offers economy. Just like the others. TOYOTA COUOl.LA UifiO wish 102 lip Cross-Flow engine- is available as J-dnor sedan, 4-rfonr scdnii, nnd Million optional automatic. COROLLA 1200 vviih 7i hp is available 113 2-donr seilnn ami coupe. j HRJ Toyota cars arc sold and serviced from coast to coast in Canada and throughout the world.. tETHBRIDGE ICAROSTON IMIIX RIVER ITABER Toyota Travel Centre [wolff Son Toyota j Madge Equipment Ltd.jKenway Toyota Til. 327-3165? I Box 760 Tel. 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