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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IFIHBRIDGE HEKAID March 1971 Offtrack betting possible in year EDMONTON CP Off track letting may be possible within a year providing the is trained and facilities says Har vey Pud executive as sistant to Agriculture Minister in a telephone Interview from was commenting on the depart ments decision not to allow an application by the Edmonton and Calgary exhibition boards lo operate such offtrack bet ting Pudwell said the whole problem of offtrack betting now is under discussion by the justice minister and the pro vincial At the moment the minister Olson docs not have suf ficient staff and facilities to supervise offtrack betting on a nationwide Pud well He said the department which is responsible for the su pervision and licensing of pari mutuel expects similar requests from other parts tie At the moment the govern ment is not prepared to treat one case by They want to set up nation wide There are difficulties in for mulating uniform legislation because different provinces op erate horse racing in various AttorneyGeneral Edgar Ger hart of Alberta said his de partment has not been inform ed of the Ottawa decision for We are prepared to con tinue to back the applications as an extension of existing ser vices provided by the associa he FOR RENT IDEAL DOWNTOWN LOCATION 5th and 4th UTHflRIDGE Contact Suite Lafferty or Phone 3275301 Immigration total down OTTAWA CP A total immigrants came to1 Canada in down from the figure for the previous Announcing the figures Fri the immigration departj ment said the reduction re flected slacker economic condi1 tions in Canada and strong eco nomic conditions in the Euro pean countries from which Can ada traditionally draws the bulk of its The 1970 inflow added persons to the Canadian labor compared with the previous i I SWEEPSTAKE SOUTHERN ALBERTA SWEEPSTAKE SWEEPSTAKE frM Aft IN LETHBRIDGE TICKETS OR RURAL AREAS Calgary Edmonton Red Deer TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM LIONS CLUB MEM BERS AND AT LOCAL Your cheque or money order by mail to Box Lethbridge or rural towns IONS DRUG STORE Coaldale GULF SERVICE STATION Warner QUINNS DRUGS Milk River DORIS SPECIALTY SHOP Coutts GRANTS TEXACO Coutts RAYMOND MOTORS Raymond SHEER INSURANCE Magrath KOTCH STORE Shaughnessy GIBBONS GROCERY Picture Butte EDS MILK BAR Picture Butte SUEYS STORE Iron Springs TURIN FOOD MARKET Turin ERICKSENS INSURANCE Warner FORT PHARMACY Fort Macleoc CORNER STORE Fort Macleod DEL BONITA STORE Del Bonito JOHNS BILLIARDS Cardston EDS RECREATION Cardston LUNDBSECK TRADING Lundbreck DAVIDSON Pincher Creek NOBLEFOSD FOOD MARKET Nobleford PAULS BILLIARDS Carmangoy TV fOi lli iii Vill i i j ii i iiinplrliil ill I11 Albertas GreatMoments J Claims pipeline is leaking oil EDMONTON CP SUBMARINE TO CARRY OIL UNDH ICE Simicl B o bun r trnrnpnrlaion lir CSbneral Dynant UirJiuuweied luiienirr would cci wnid under trie ti Lilioi vessel on heing crnsiciri r cirri IP frdcfll cjovui Gone LCiirl bf rrnry wiihin i Forestry industry giants to merge president of the Northwest Territories Indian Brotherhood has charged that an Imperial Oil pipeline at Norman The j Wells is leaking oil into the Cattlemen unhappy with action Mackenzie James Washie says the oil has been seeping into the river at Norman Wells and flowing north 120 miles to Fort Good Although there is no Imme diate threat to the fish in tha Fort Good Hope if the situation stays the way it is fishing will suffer badly next he Washie has just com ileted a 15day tour of CALGARY CP The ern Stock Growers As has asked the Alber cabinet to review Canadian board policies on the of feed grains and request Chris secretary of the growers said are unhappy with federal involvement the movement of feed These restrictions are par illy responsible for interpro ncial controls on the move ent of other farm not ly poultry and he This is of concern to Alber the largest cattleproducing ovince which sends a large of its product into I RGB NEW POLICIES Mills said farmers an mchers are also concerns the problems associate game and hunters and ave asked the province to for aulate new Too many people seem tc it costs land owners noth to feede maintain abitat and suffer constan arassment from Unless some means is founr reimbursing land owners fo lese then it obviously farmers to get rid of th ame and the habitat as rapid as hood conducted public meet1 sign of anything going Into the ings to determine concerns of He said the company is proud of the quality o the ef fluent at the Norman Wells is 850 miles north of about mid way between Great Slave Lake and the Mackenzie Mackenzie areas of the North the native peoples in the Every body is concern ed about oil tankers in Arc tic he But the Mackenzie River is being over Somebody seems to be trying to keep this situation DENIES CLAIM Frank Imperial Oil public affairs denied there is any spillage from the refinery at Norman The effluent is absolutely west The he TAPE SALE Regular C AC MUSIOAND 13th Sf and 3rd Come test drive NOW ON DISPLAY Laip to the Atgo to find a secluded spot for a o j fishing Getting there is half the rew can follow you into the over tough terrain and up wooded Over open ground the 6wheel Argo will move at 45 in water4 With a lightweight outboard motor attached to a motor bracket you can troll at up to 8 With its 26 h air cooled engine the Argo is ready to roll for winter You could call it a Band leader dies NEW YORK AP George one of the famous leaders of the 1920s to died His band play for the Ziegfeld Follies and ther Broadway It was n Olsens show that comedian ack Benny made his coastto oast radio debut in ALL TERRAIN VEHICLE TEST DRIVE THE ARGO at the LETHBRIDGE SEED FAIR March 23rd 24th 25th ot 10 2 and 7 NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTIRES 305 13th STREET NORTH Theyre n that crazy cast rr firm tho Lcthhnclqo n i ihyvo rot a purkish sense n hi ncir Albertas pjt 1 rvl tnn i n qrrnt tradition Ji ric vit chnnrjo tho bin onquo flnvour ct 1 Ili part of our pi ruqflcdasvillngo back And famous for good oldfashioned flavour for nearly iiiilcv ilitiili Renter cost of living in the United cs rose another per cent but the increase was lower than in the two pre vimis the labor depart ment reported In the consumer priiC index had advanced by 0 3 per cent and in December 0 5 per cent Most of the February increase in food which rose II PLT cent The department said prices of boof and veal rose more tlvn usual and fresh fruit and vege tables also showed substantial advances Tho February increase means il cost M19 40to buy what did in More goes into a Volkswagen than just hard this picture isnt a The luggage in the photograph will go info the VW in the How First of thats no ordinary Volkswagen up Its a Super With a trunk that carries twice as much as any beetle That takes care of 1 2 overnight bags and an attache And in case youd every Volks wagen comes with a rear seat that folds down to create a cavernous cubic foot of luggage That takes care of the other 4 5 overnight 4 travel and 3 train all these years weve been known mostly for our uncanny Not for our uncanny luggage as you can more goes into a VW than just a fierce attention to A good deal all consid eririg you only have to put into one in the first placa lliAOniOH 10 J CAN IA5I6 f ROM WE Of UTKOWDOE IKOM THE fONfJO The bulk of industrial dia monds come from The boied on waootted mffidmm reloJ Ptiio art loiei ond iMpptrg chorgM ;