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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May 14, 1970 THE LETHBKIDOE HERALD 5 SHOWS PAINTINGS Jack Rigaux, Pincher Creek art student, recently showed paintings and drawings in the MD Building here. He studied at the Banff School of Fine Arts and will attend classes at 5AIT this fall. Ed Lunn Photo Test Athletes May 30 COALDAL13 (HNS) The first Lelliimdge County 20 jun- icr and senior track and field meet will bo held Saturday, May 30, at the Kate Andrews High School here. It will be an all-day event. Main co-ordinators are: Dennis King of the Picture Butte High School; Frank Huszar, St. Jo- seph's in Coaldale and Les San- ta of Kate Andrews High. Assisting in arrangements is Terry O'Donnell, instructor at R. I. Baker and chairman of the To Grenada PINCHER CREEK (Special) H. L. Bennett presented Cadet Capt. Robert Shemko with his Master Cadet Award re- cently. The examinations were li e 1 d at the Canadian Forces Base, Edmonton. He placed third among the top eight in the prov- ince. In so doing Cadet Shemko will visit the island of Grenada this summer. sports committee for the county ATA local. Events will be divided into classes for bantam ages 12 and 13; midget, 14 and 15; juvenile, 16 and 17; senior for these 18 years of age and over. Downpour Ends Long Drought HONG KONG (Reuters) Deadly thunderstorms lashec Hong Kong Wednesday, causing widespread landslides and flood- ing, but the downpour ended i long drought that had require; the purchase of gal Ions of water from China. An estimated 350 persons hareakfast on record. WINS AWARD WRENTHAM (HNS) Jack Kubik, son of Mr. and Mrs. "erry Kubifc of Wrentham. was the recipient of the School of Agriculture Award of it the Lethbridge Community College. OK BYLAW CRANBROOK (Special) This community has approved bylaw requiring operators of mobile parks to collect a fee rom residents ranging from o monthly in lieu of prop- erly taxes. THERE SHALL BE QRDER-There shall be order In council chambers In future meetings. The call to order will be made with a gavel. So said Mayor R. D. Johnstons at a recent council meeting. To prove the point and make it possible Mayor Johnstone presented a gavel to Herb Fletcher, left, the town's secretary-treasurer. After presentation the gavel was returned to the Mayor who made use of it for the- remaining portion of the meet- ing. He promised to use it at future meetings when ths need arises. SHOES Study New Act FORT MACLEOD u Mil muni c i p a 1 secretary- reasurers and councillors from tile southwest section of the province met here recently to discuss common problems and legislation. The morning session was ta- ken by two representatives of the department of education who spoke on the school act. In the afternoon, A. W. Mor- rison, deputy minister of mu- nicipal affairs and W. Isbister, assistant chief municipal inspec- tor, addressed the gathering of people. TIRE "L- WHEN YOU BUY THE FIRST TIRE AT REGULAR PRICE BLEMISHE r, if ''I n w ft si i i i f If II ft IS- i' i F ftJf f f a t- w 3 trorisz-.T'? Found for pound, stronger than iteel. Goodyear bonds the fiberglau belt to the underside of an improved treed. It holds the full width of the tread against the road at high relisting the major cause of ercesiive tread wear. The miracle cord. Around the sidewalls, under tue fiberglass belt are plies of polyester cord on a bias angle. This glvei yon maximum (hock absorption for a smooth no thump ride. Polyester has strength of nylon and the flexibility of rayon. It practically cuts and impact breaks, gives you a more durable longer life tire. COODTflAK'S fAMOIK NO-UMIl 6UARAMIS S'no______Tire Description 1st Tir 2nd Tire i E78-14 Custom Power Cushion Polyglas Double White...... F78-I4 Custom Power Cushion Polyglas Double White 47.70 F78-14 Custom Power Cushion Polyglas Black............ 42.35 678-14 Custom Power Cushion Polyglas Double White..... 53.45 G78-15 Custom Power Cushion Polyglas Double White..... 53.45 678-15 Custom Power Cushion Polyglas Black........... 47.60 H-78-15 Custom Power Cushion Polyglas Narrow White------ 58.05 H78-15 Custom Power Cushion Polyglas Black............ 51.60 H70-15 Custom Wide Tread Polyglas Narrow White 66.30 H70-15 Custom Wide Tread Poiygias White Lettering 72.90 23.85 21.20 26.73 26.75 23.80 29.0S 25.80 33.15 36.50 'With the litest electronic equipment you get 20 vitil services end performince checks.. Come ir, htioyl All fvlly ai-arasj Mill Cm. cyl, on. AM SI ).r t cyl. flrtl SAVE YOUR TIRES STEERING SYSTEM fl S tfa t'a its p! a Our aKffWnent specialists will do all this work inspect springs, shock absorbers and steering wheel si- align front-end; correct camber, caitcr and toe-in. Cor. 13th St. and 3rd Ave. N. Phone 327-3181 "YOUR GOODYEAR SERVICE CENTRE" ;