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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IEIHBRIOGE HtRAlD Thursday, Mcuch 30, 1972 ,41 ihc legislature KIT MONTI iX Three tuiiHT liuui.s nf fro-con AlberUi pork the first rail iiilcrmotlul of 'us kind from lid- minium left (he Swift Cann- uktu O. Ltd. plant Tuesday, Japan. on special container Wilson (SC Calgary thc mimsUT sfiid hear- ings to to conducted by thu en- vironmental CoiiSLTvaliun Au- thority Ix'Oii sdieduk'd for LeLhbrklge, Calory, Eii- mviilon and likely other cities. The rtx'wnmciidaUon for pro- vincial to protect historic artifacts came from a stuck tabled in the legislature chassis and Irvtcked TII ll-i' nlauL to CP Kail's Ed-; _____ Mumtim piggyback terminal ior Attorney General Mcrvin t'm> haul lo Vancouver, the l Lcjich today announced thc ap- will cross the Pa- f pointmcnt of Walter Hewko us c'3fic y Japan Line con- sheriff and deputy clerk 1 of the supreme court, judicial of pack- j district of Lethbririge, and dep- uty clerk of the district court of southern Alberta, v.iruT .-Ivii Hit1 pounds 1 k in (he three tvi'ii c o n miners are a order to bo nllal by the Swift Canadian over the next two nunths- The is the first trui? rail inkTtiioda! movement of iY'vra from Edmonton i'o" export, CIJ Kail's dis- trict marketing and sales man- apT Clayton Masur. "Previous ?rnpment.s of this kind wore1 handled by refriger- ated rail car or highway ser- vice In Vancouver, where the load then had to be transfer- red." Use of containers from the -.inckim; plan! to final destina- tion eliminates nil en route handling of the product. The cont a iners' re f rigor a tion units are designed to keep the cargo at constant temperature of zero decrees Fahrenheit throughout trie- movement. Next week will be Elk week i.s dislnct Elk Legislation to protect historic (ircheoloelcal sites bc-rta will folioV.- public ir.'is in May, Horst Schmid. mimsier of culture, youth and recreation told the legislature. Replying to a question from lities corridor approved X i Next Week. "Iks clubs from five lodges will participate in a cf activity to draw attention to f thc eonimunity services they provide. Among them are donations of more than S20.0CO towards dis- trict charities and junior sport- ing events. They also contribute substan- tially lo two Ci'af detection cen- tres for children with hearing problems. hear- five 'ocJ8es involved, i each with their own day, arc i from: Picture Butte, Tnber. Barons, Milk River-Warner, i arci Leihbridge. i Highlighting the week's acti- I vuies will be an old timers I hockey match with the Leth- bridge Midget Elks. The majority of ths oldtimers I i played on the 1951 World Championship Allen Cup Leth- 1 brige IS la pie Leafs, who won i; i all for Canada in Paris that year. The game is slated at the Henderson Lake 1 ce Arena a t A utility corridor scheme, i 8 p.m. Tuesday. primarily for electrical dis'n- j The hockey game will be fol- b'jtion. was approved in prin- lowed on Friday by the Presi- ciple by city council Monday. rtsnt's Ball at the Lethbridge A conceptual drawing of a I Lodge, and a Curling touma- syste-m involving two loops of rasnt on Saturday at the Lcth- a 138.COQ vole transmission line, capable of serving the city with a population oE was shown to council. The corridors would bring electricity from Calgary Power Lid, Into the city from two di- rections: one from the north- across the river valley and one looping west of the city limits to approach the city from the southwest. One of the corridors, for West Le thbrid go, coul d be required three years. bridge Curling Club. Conservatory J TAKE THAT A workman delivers the knockour punch lo a cluster of icicles on Ihe roof of the Lethbridge Public Library. The ice another reminder of the storm blasred through the urea last weekend. Too bad we can't get rid of iho snow that easily. Kerber Photo Thc existing lines run east through Han'ieville io 43rd St. and sou tii to the industrial park. Another line runs gener- ally along the Oldman River from the southwest to connect the city power plant, INSURANCE 9 LIABILITY BONDS AUTO 9 FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Floor S17 4th S. Phone 327.1541 The United Conservatory of I Music concert which was to be given by students of the con- servatory Sur.day afternoon has been rescheduled to April 9 at 2 p.m. in the Lethbridgc Col- legiate Institute The part have been studying New postal code system When the postal cede uli use anil macliiue .sortation mplcmemed, the post office nn sort pieces of mail nnchine hour instead of ic present 50 man hours. This is one of the benefits of increasing at the rate of close to five per cent annually on (he jiittionnl average. In Alberta, the rate of increase is nearly iO nor cent. Mr, MeKinnon said, With the rising eo.st of labor ie new postal code, effective j and the increase in the volume Alberta April l, according to erry Fullz, director of coding nd mechanization in Ottawa, ml John MeKinnon, public airs director of Canada Post in Idmonton. Mr. FuHz ancl Mr. McKinnon in Lethbridge Tuesday to icet with the news media io xplain the coding the nc- essily and advantages of me- hanizatlon. Tlie post office will cvcnlual- of mail, "Camum is already beliind in introducing thc pos- tal Air. Fultz said. The postal code starlet! in Ot- tawa in April 1971, and was in- troduced in Manitoba last Oc- tober and in Saskatchewan last February. Tiio schedule is that all of Canada will be on postal code by April 197-1. The post oh'ice plans to pur- chase li? sets of soiling equip- ment to installed in Can- hire Jess employees, Mr. i ada. The first 21 installations uUz said, but this will not o m e In the near future and Dresent post office employees iced not worry about losing treal, Ottawa, Toronto, JIainil will be in the post offices of the 15 major cities in Canada 1976: Halifax, Quebec, Mon- helr jobs. ton, London, Windsor, Winnt- gary, Kclmonlon, Vancouver and Victoria. Mr. said a city of Leth- L'Ufge'.s .sine can expect to have ils sorting equipment installed toward the end of this decade. The code consists of six let- tors and numbers, with two components separated by a sin- gle space. The first component, letter number letter, is the area code idsnlifying a sorla- tion area in a city or the coun- tryside, The second component, number letter number, is the local code identifying a lo- cal delivery unit, Lethbridge will have three area corfes. The code for blocks north of the tracks is Till; be- tween the tracks and 10th Ave. S., T1J; and south of 10th Avc. S., T1K. The full code for the down- town post office is T1J ONO (T-one-J Because of delay, some res- idents may not have received their letters of instructions cx- nlaining the coding yet, Leth- bridge postmaster Art Lewis said. "We will send them out as soon as we receive them from Mr. Lewis said. This column is published every Thursday to provide publicity for youth group meetings and outings. It is hoped the column will per- form a dual purpose, as a re- minder for members and an invitation for other youlhs to join in on the leisure-time activities. AH notices should be ad- dressed to Are You The Herald, Lethbridge, AJta., no later than Tuesday preceding the Thursday the event is to be announced. MFC approves motel signs An application for permis- the ._A sion to erect six signs at laO students who will VHJagc was for less Uian eight weeks with the conservatory. AJI acccrdion hand from the Red Deer .studio will perform as well as three groups from Calgary one on Spanish guitar, one on sieel guitar, and one rock and roll combo. Tickets purchased, for the Sunday concert arc sljll valid and others may be ptirchased at the conservatory office or at the door. Proceeds will assist in tile costs of student competitions. ally approved by the Planning Commission Wednes- day. Submission of tlie appli- cation, by E. I. Rudely Co. of including the Holiday Hearing completion. A spokesman for inn, is and Wilson, contractors for Ihe j development. Holiday j The city inspection ard devel- Village Lftd. said ths target cpment department is date for oomplL'tion i.s the firs! v.etk in May. Cc.islrncdon will be "siibstimtially completed" by thf.t time, according to a toward a solution (o the park- ing prc'jlem on the Holiday Vil- lage site. the complex, 1 spokesman for Smith brothers NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH The Evangelical Church in Canada 1402 8th Avc. N. PASTOR: N. W. HEEENER a.m.-GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE Easter Sunday Services as usual SPECIAL MUSIC fne 2acharias Family at fhe Sunday Morning Serv EVERYONE CORDIALLY WELCOME PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 520 7th St. S, W. J. GAM81E, Pastor GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES WITH Evangelist and Mrs. Milton Israelson p.m. and p.m. EVERYONE IS WELCOME f This Rummer's tri.nl run of force will celebrate ths live drama outdoor pas-1 ninl during 1973-74. jeant, the Sight, the Sound, and Mrs. Luckhurst, uho will 'ths 'o be held at Fort j also prepare historic sc- j Whflop Up in Indian Battle! qusnccs for the is Park will a sequence the material for a abauL Alberta's first white wed- Southern Alberta HCMP Vctc- ding. Associfilicn 'urnchure. To be written for thc prodnc-1 Tha lriri, cf lion by .Margaret Luc-khurst, a: wn] catc., columnist ,'ind Iccal his-, pr.-m3rjly to audiences, tci-u-ui, the sequence will be, [s to weed out sny bused facts compiled by hert that could locd ami yenrs. ic EU'ailabie. ....._ Ihe pagc-ai'.t, sparked by Smith, Travel and ConventionJ i Association of Southern Alberta 1 manager, vr.Il portray Iho de-' i velopmcnt of tho Canadian1; j west with particular emphasis i j on the contributions by thej Norlh Mounted Police, Xovr- known as the Royal Cn-1 naclirm Police, thc, The conditions the JvFPC set en the location of the signs will r.ssurc no signs will face tha residential area lo the east of tha development, The commission also ap- proved Ihe establishment of a cycle and sports equipment shop at 734 23rd St. N. Ncrbridge Cycle and Sports will sell snd repair sportinj cciuipmcnt at !hat location. A subdivision of city-owned lar.d at Lakcmount Blvd. north of 20th Ave. S. was ap- proved by the commission, Tha land includes 3.9 acres end is subdivided into 23 lots. QUALITY DENTURE CUNIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dentnl MecTianic Capital Furniture PHONE i Car park busy place Working people and shoppers in the downtown area have be- gun to appreciate the city's wisdom in putting in a car park. But it took thc slorm to do it. The metered parking stalls on the streets have been unusable. During the first two days cf this week, patronage at (he car park on Sth Av3. and 6'Vi Sv. S. increased by five times com- pared to the same period last yeai-. Each day, 285 cars were parked in the stmcture for a total of T71 and revenue of SSOfi. I Lest yesr, 69 cars were park- ed there on March 22 ard 94 cars o.i March 23 for a (otal of 163 and revenue of cnly S.9.80. Some cars were even turned way this week. The top evels, which accommodate a cf about 80 cars, were not leared of snow until j ay, The car park, including; he top two levels, will hold 280 ars. car park was rs crowd- d Wednesday as it v.-as dui-- ng the first two days of the but no figures were available at press time. THURSDAY, March 30 at 7 p.UK the 20th Independent Field Battery RCA Army Ca- de: Corps will parade iit the K c n y o n Field Anuories. Trans parUJlcn is provided. Ail yc-jng men between 13 and 13 years are invited to atte nd, c" phone Captain L. D. Bodell at 327-0509. MONDAY, A-iril 3 at 7 p.m, tlio Royal Caimiian Ssa Ca- Corps will meet at (he rcjidcrse on lOlh Avenue and 17th South, interested students arc invited to at- tend. TUESDAY, April 4: the regular parade of the No. 11 ndron RC (A ir) Cadcl s IKS been cancelled. Tony Birch to advise in field Bravebelt on Friday The three-man group Brave- belt, from Winnipeg will appear in Lerhbridge with Biily Nichol in a concert and dance Friday. leader of the group is tha leader, songwriter, pro- ducer and lead puilarist of the fiusss Who. Randy Bsehnian is responsible for such well-known songs e> American Woman, No Sugar Tonight and Laughing. The concert will run from 9 p.m. to l a.m. in the Civic Cen- tre, with tickets a writable a t the door, Out of respect to the late Blanche Murray We will be CLOSED Saturday affernoort April 1st. MID-WEST MOBILE HOMES Seminar set for builders The Lothbrklge Community j College school of continuing j education, in co-operation with. thc I-eihbrklge Construction A-sr-odalion is sponsorinfj a t v o-day construction industry I April 7 3. i To be hold at the LCC, the l main of the seminar Ls "law anci the construction in- dustry" with emphasis placed on: liens, employee, relation ships ?nd contract laws Introducing COLIN McLAY Our New Solci Ropreicnlaljva To Our Many CuiromeM and We feel (hat Colin it well qualified und will do his ulmosl fo serve you. CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13 St. North Phone 327-459? COLIN MclAY Famiiy Fun and Games Come in and Meet JIM SALMON TEST YOUR SKILL ON OUR GAMES HOLIDAY HOURS: 10r30 a.m. lo p.m. OPEN SUNDAYS: p.m. lo p.m. 618 3rd AVENUE SOUTH corn The Alborla Corn Committee has hired Tony Bu-eh of Tabar as a field corn adviser for the 1972 season. Mr. Birch will provide infor- mation to a.11 about lh? production of grain and sil- and mclhcds of feeding corn sikge. A K i: sssf ul coi-n grcwer himself, Mr. Birch will also give advice on production and cnllurn 1 practices, varieties seeding inetlicxid, weed control, irrigation and harvesting. Since early seeding of corn is important, Mr. Birch will be making an initial contact with known prospective growers soon oifering assistance. He will make field fo visit growers during the pro- duction period. Any grower wishing to take advantage of his services can contact Mr. Birch by telephon- ing 223-B591. Mr. Birch will use his own operation as a demonstration farm. Farmers wishing to view ar.d discuss any phase of the com growing industry can visit the farm nine miles cast and one-quarter of a mile south of Taber. COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 QOOD to IV SPECIAL "Ttie centurion'- A Musical drama in color ana CW.TW Pi- ta: f STARRING Hnrwc Kk'iard ROBfRCS WITH CWST STARS 1'cfar POUKI.L GBWCS TONIGHT AT P.M CFCN-13 ;