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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -Monday, May 7, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 95 per cent get away from anglers FORT MACLEOD (Special) Fort. Misdeed Fish and Gams C'ub ir.smbers scy fish caught cl Chuin and Police Lakes cost them per pound. Only five psr cert of the fish stocked- are being caught. In a period of 101 days from June 1 to Sept. 9, fisher- men used vehicles and travelled 664.000 nvles with equipment valued at to harvest trout from Chain Lakes. Wages earned would be 33 cents per hour. Strike? For more pay or more fishing time? LDS MISSIONARY STIRLING (HNS) Ferris Wallace Zaugg has been cal'ed to serve as a missionary fcr I the LDS Church to the Vir- ginia-North Carolina Mission. Golden anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oczkowski of Calgary mark their Golden Wedding Anniversary at a recent, reception at the Gienbrook Community Hall, Calgary. Married at Bellevue, they moved to Lundbreck in 1928 and farmed there until retiring to Calgary in 1957. DR. R. S. FAB OPTOMETRIST Is pleased to announce the opening of his new office located at 314 8th Street South LFTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Appointments can be made by phoning 327-3331 Kootenay logging hits peak CRANBROOK (Special) East-West Kootenay sawlog scale for public forests, as compiled by Nelson Forest Dis- trict office of the B.C. Forest Service, soared again in April. It usually drops because of log hauling restrictions and woods closure fcr spring run- off. The tally cubic feet, compared with cubic feet for April, 1972. It brought the years scale to cubic feet, corn- pared with cubic feet for the corresponding period last year. The big species was spruce at more than six million feet compared with under two mil- lion last April. Lumber market strength and all-time peak prices partly ac- count for the enormous gain. Also a factor is the provincial government policy uncertain- ties with regard to the con- flict of interest with the Geolo- gists lobbying strongly for wil- derness reserves, mostly prime spruce. PAUL ANDERSEN photo Tops at hockey Cloresholm minor hockey players Eric Esperson, Mark O'Riley and Barry Clay display certificates they won for good hockey action. Esperson was top scorer in the recent season, O'Riley was continuously improving on the ice and Clay got the nod for most valuable player. Trail hos 'telephone diagnosis VANCOUVER (CP) A sys- tem to send medical diagnostic information over long dis- tances at the speed of light is undergoing a three month trial between Vancouver Gen- eral Hospital and Trail, B.C., regional hospital. Dr. Morton D. Low, clinical neurophysiologist at Vancouver thought of the system. Michael Baker, an engineer at the hos- pital, developed it. In the system, medical in- formation is converted into computer words using a binery system, a-nd sent between the points along a telephone line. Dr. Low said the equipment can transmit electroencsphalo- graphs, x-ray data, Cardiology, clinical chemistry, and more. In a test during the week, a patient in Trail had an EEC examination, and this informa- tion was simultaneously re- corded in Vancouver. Doctors at Vancouver Gener- al were able to interpret the in-1 formation, diagnose the pa- i tient, and confer with doctors in Trail using the same tele- j phone line. j Dr. Low said the equipment' for this system would cost about He said instead of having to wait from 24 hours to two weeks for information on tests, doctors at outlying hospitals could have the tests evaluated by experts as they were con- ducted. MARRIAGE COUNSELLING ALASTAIR MONT For appointment 327-8946 514 3rd AVENUE SOUTH FREE SPEEDY PICK-UP RESTYLING G RELINING O REPAIRING CLEANING AND GLAZING Phone 327-2209 SEEK USED RUGS STIRLING (HNS) The ju- I nior Sunday School of the LDS Church is asking for donations of used r ugs for classrooms. Anyone able to do this may contact Mrs. Joyce Nilsson at i 756-3323. BLAIRMORE 562-2743 LETKERiDGE 328-5486 offers you VULCAN 485-2026 Cannot Afford To Miss ft LE THE SUPPLY LASTS CONTINUES UNTIL SATURDAY, MAY 19th HOURS: MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M. SATURDAY 8 A.M. TO SUPPLIES FHon Corrugated Fibreglass Panels 3 colors: White, Yeliow, Mint Green. 4 01. 4 02 3.47 Miles Cemfort EXAMPLE HR 78x15 S43.95 JR 78x15 SIMILAR SAVINGS ON OTHER SIZES COME TO Shade-O-lite Corrugated Plastic 3 cciorsT Patio White, Sunlight Yellow, Surf Green, 1 Q9 2 SQ _. Sidewalk Blocks Grey, red, charcoal, gold. Skid- proof finish. Grey thick ___ 2-19 thick 2.29 Colored 2.69 Patio Blocks thick. 6 colors. Red, green, gold, charcoal, brown, grey. Grey, each ............2SC Colored, each..........3S.C Landscape Rock White Garden to SO-lb. poly bag. Use for grour.d cover fcr flower beds, border, etc. Eag covers app.oximitely YOU GST TWO FOR THE PRICE OF [NTERLUX INTERLUX GLOSS 2 gallons for only 13.50 quarts for only 4.10 INTERLUX EXTERIOR 2 gallons for 13.50 2 quarts for only 4.10 INTERLUX EXTERIOR INTERLUX INTERLUX :L Grey Gals, for gals. Qts. for FEMCE POSTS Construction Grade Fir 4x4 6 ft. Each fa. 2 ________ 4x4 8 ft. Each ____ O. 2x4 CONSTRUCTION GRADE SPRUCE Per Lin. ft STANLEY-BERRY 9x7 One piece ail-steel construc- tion. Complete wrth hardware. SPECIAL Per Bag Picnic Tables Western Red Cecar 2" heavy duty construction. 6 ft. long. Ready to stain. Completely as- sembled. QC Special i.X.L. Brick Specials Odd lots, limited quantities. As- sorted colors. Red, buff, brown, white, charcoal. Standard size 2Vi" x 35e" x Regular to 18c. Special, ecch........ Norman size. x 35o Regular to 28c. Special, each ROUGH CEDAR FENCE BOARDS for that rustic appearance 1x6 4 ft 1x6 5 ff 1x6 6 ft 1x8 4 ft 1x8 5 ft 1x8 6 ft 70C 74c 93e STANLEY BERRY ASTRO 3 AUTOMATIC 'WfHPWiT'. UttlMtitt s ij JT> yow fcsrt rtiMiij 1x10 4 ft 92C 1x10 5 ft 1.15 ixio 6 ft 1.38 CHIPBOARD 4x8 U 3.39 4x8 ............4.69 SPRUCE BOARDS CONSTRUCTION GRADE More Specials Too Numerous to Mention 1x4 per lin. ft. 1x6 per !in. ft. 1x8 per lin. ft. USE YOUR CRESTLINE BUILDERS MARKET LTEM LETHBRIDGE'S INDEPENDENT BUILDING SUPPLY HEADQUARTERS" OR CRESTLINES BUDGET PLAN 123 30th St. N. Phone 327-5444 or 327-JVlj ;