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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta JO 'HE LETHBRIDGE HfRAlD Wednesday, March 75. 1970 54A LICENCED NURSERIES J58 MALE HELP WANTED DRIVER SALESMAN FOR CI1Y ROUTE 170 GARDENING PUBLIC NOTICES KRAD'.E KOOP DAY CA1E CENTRE Children, six weevs lo si me to forgcl, But time so far has only shown, how much I miss you yet. L miss your smile, your voice, your talk, The Ihings you used to do, 1 miss the happy times had. But mostly I miss you. remembered by Gem- llerbul. INVENTORY TURNOVER B0 in Yonkrrs. Taita-; j nvcrlhvoa1 it The gov- orr.rncnl presold a hunt fur plot- ters v.tiij escaped nnd Ngonabi! chairs litt NKW ordered rn-.e of Ihcnr. a Capl. ilii it uilh the expert help 1'oigr.tc. killed on sight. '.his upnfilstory piiltcrn. Among Ihe ilead was Hcnne lirrtl chairs, .loacliim Kignnga, who Ngoua- Step-by-.si.ep directions how to ri.-tic sfv f. rllirow iNgouabi ar.d had n livir.fi acrcis the Congo, president of Ycnkcrsj Kivcr in Kinshasa. The Ccr.go. 'Hit- rebels the govern- ment radio station, and Ihe cas- Seallle Carrol] liicrnum St., 51. well-known California in liiihlini! thwe in lllc wtln I0llc lo vidory in the afcr a'niplil of dancing, Kcr.Uicky Derby II If of (lanc and other celebrating. 11 if iif Our! A.s ICver San .Inan, I'ncrlo I Michael M. Pctilo of the N'cw I York Cily lamily relations stamps, nl.s for I-'II'IV CKMS it pallcin (no please) add 15 each piitlern for hrst-class "irr; special handling ior-5 to ,fji I'ronl Slrcrt 'i Hraihrs Mail l.imiled I, Ontario in tt.e kt walking liack to Uteutersi A that seal pups had died in licic- action cummitlfe fnr Uic.tlic hunt (here between Friday of se.-ds has accused the Crin.idi.nn government of and .Sunday. The observer. Rrtan Davics, lo enforce rcsulatinns said Ihe seal pups were clubbed With a seven-foot winyspan, foriiicjdini; killing of seal i death and Ihe hunl was as fr.ins and ll.r use rif crulis in T.....i Ihe African Mack eagle ranks I lilnotlv aiul cruel as in Ibc past, amonj; the liirgosl o! all eagles. "II v.jiuM seem Ihcrcforc that: The bird can an ante- The (iereva.li.-iscil ihe new i emulations are not! lope or baboon by .weeping in said wic of their observers injuring onservetl at all on the, j behind the unsuspecting victim I Ihe (JtiK of si. cabled 1 the committee said, I and knocking U Irom a ledge. A word ol warning lo or- ganizers ol snowmobile ral- lies and races develop a greater safely conscions- ne.-s and take belter care of your spectator-'. Now don't get this wrong. is not a dan- gerous activity, although it must be admitted lhal across Canada a dozen or so people were killed in acci- dents involving s n o n- rn o- winter. Mosl of the accidents also involved The fact is lhal a high rate of even trivia! aeri- 'lenls al snowmobile rallies !s linuml lo bring more re- strictions, and even possible liccniin? of drivers. In January last year sfler a small rash of accidents were reported in Ihe news- papers Q. McNcc. Ontar- io's dortiily transport minis- ter said vaguely, but quite tin eateninjly, thai the acci- dcnls "have prompted a lot nt (liscinjion about the ma- chines within Ihe depart- ment." So'nc of the near-misses involving spectators lhal occurred at rallies and races conjinc rip a terrible imaje of the mass injury lhal could occur i! a ma- chine ran into a crowd. In auto racing in some parls ol world such accidents have killed as many as 20 spectators. Al oi.c rally last uinler 1 was standing ripnt beside a lilllc girl who was hilby a matliinc and had her le-; broken, [t happened so fast I was helpless. Another word of warning fo readers who arenolycl M-.ovvmobilers and who see ratine events either nn lire spot or Inicr on TV. Don't, for heaicn's sake, confuse Ihii Ihe family spoil of snow mobiling qnicl- ly along pleasant winter I r a ils on a safari. The difference is Ihe same as betuern the carrncc.s r.t ii Urach nr ar.d Sunday tlrivr. family Ihe real fun. Travelling in'o areas 1'ial r'c complclely iiiucL-cssible during s u in in r r. tisiiing throush Ihe ice o( oiir lakes, even c a in p i D j; out over night when the Icmperalure is way below I r ec z in gars some of the reiisnns for growl'n oi the l-'or a family wilh chil- dicn wlvj like Ihe soir.c kind of n tow s'cd is nei'C.'saiy. In the pas- servers sit tandem, in oth- ers side by side, and in a new one nul Ihis winter they straddle !hc sea! jusl like riding the snowmobile il- there's Ihe snow camper, just like a camper trailer designed for an auto- mobile. Inil a hit smaller and nariuvvtr, and mounted nn skis or It's gol hin hunks ins'i'e under a snug canvas lent. Mvsl will sleep only Iwo adulls. hul some will handls Ihree nr four. In Hie flnor are Iwo-fool- removable par.cli fnr MIPS liiroj-'ii liie ice. The siionninhl'F camper is a greal addition lo winter fun. ;