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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta STUDENT-TEACHER FLIGHT 61 DAYS JULY 4th Sept. 3rd CALGARf LONDON plus Insurance Book Before June 4th ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, May 22, 1973 PAGES 13 TO 28 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lewtr Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberto Phone (403) 328-7411 FILING CABINETS id shep There's a likeness to a prowling wolf about this coun- try canine out for a stroll on an irrigation bridge near the Pete Markus farm about a mile southeast cf the city. Herald photographer Bill walked about li of a mile away ficm ths highway and then coaxed the dog across ths bridge. City twirler wins solo title a 'ars fe atur es NBP leader C O V L: J i O S Custom Installations Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Avs. S. ALCCN REFRIGERATION LTD. FURNACES, SHEET METAL ond HEATING, CC.MDillGNING 2214 43 St. S. Ph. 327-5S16 Too Alberta '.merit and us energy policies will he u'nc'cr s tack Thursday when provincial New Demo- cratic Party leader Grant Kotley speaks at the weekly mss'iin of the Southern Al- bsrta Council on Public Af- fairs. Mr. N o 11 e y recently em- bsrrrssed the government by bringing the RCMP investiga- tion of three Slave Lake men to the public's attention. The gOvihTTTifit publicly apolog- ized for ordering the investi- ga .on The meeting is at noon Tl.ui in Sven Erickssn's Family Restaurant. APT I DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th St. S. Phone 328-4095 SEE WEDNESDAY'S HERALD FOR COMPLETE DETAILS OF if FiNAL SALE OF THE SEASON 516 3rd Ave. S. Next to Bank of Montreal A Lethbridge girl has won a provincial baton twirling championship the first time in 10 years the title has gone to a city contestant. Yield Robinson won the pro- vincial senior solo champion- ship for the 15 to 20 age group in the 15th annual pro- vincial baton twirling ionships held in Lethbridge on the weekend. Edith Takahaski of Ray- mond was second. Vicki also was the overall winner for the Lethbridge competition and took first place in the city senior solo and the city senior strut championships. Oher championship winners were: Lethbridge city juvenile solo, under 10 years- Sabra Barrett, 2. Margaret Keen-an. Lethbridge city junior solo, 11-14 years: 1. Diane Pungor, 2 llenee Harris. City of Lethbridge strut, under 10 years: 11. Sabra Barrett. City of Lethbridge junior strut. 11-14 years: 1. Renee Harris, 2. Diane Pungor. Southern Alberta juvenile strut, under 10 years: 1. Sabra Barrett, 2. Tamara Hauck. Southern Alberta junior strut, 11-14 years: 1. Lisa Tak- ahashi, Raymond, 2. Linda Bennett, Medicine Hat. Southern Alberta senior strut, 35-20 years: 1. Edith Takahashi, Raymond, 2. Vicki Robinson. Southern Alberta juvenile sob, under 10 years: 1 Sabra Barrett, 2. Rhonoa Fleck. Southern Alberta junior solo, 11-14 years: 1 Diane Pungor, 2. Lisa Takahashi, Raymond. Soul hern Alberta senior sol, 15-20 years: 1. Edith Takahashi, Raymond, 2. Vicki Robinson. Provincial juvenile solo, under 10 years: 1 Veronica Giblak, Calgary, 2. Carol Pfau, Edmonton. Provincial junior solo, 11-14 years: 1. Valerie Stinsman, Edmonton, 2. Kathleen Ed- lund, Calgary. Provincial juvenile strut, under 10 years: 1. Veronica Giblak, Calgary, 2. Melody Omstead and Claudette Gart- ner, Edmonton. Provincial junior strut, 11-14 years: 1. Kathy Lamb, Cal- gary, 2. Kathleen Eklund, Cal- g2T. Provincial senior strut, 15-20 years: l. Kathy Gray of Calgary, 2. Terry Miller, Calgary. U.S. juvenile strut, under 10 years: 1. Terri Hemi, Great Falls. US. junior strut. 11-14 years: Mary Kay Williams, Great Falls. 2. Susan Ma- honey, Geat Falls. U.S. senior etrul, 15-20 years: 1. Mary Chaoa, Great Falls. 2. Angela Romam, Havre. U.S. senior solo, 15-20 years: 1. Jean DeMier, Great Falls. 2. Carol Nyberg, Great Falls. E. S. P. FOX Certified Denial Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Dental Bldg. Phone 327-6565 Does your motorcycle meet government regu- lations? All cycles are required to have a headlight and tail light if ridden on forest reserves. COME SEE OUR ALL NEW '73 F-ll 250 22 h.p. 6500 rpm 21" front wheel 18" back wheel Alloy wheels 13th ST. and HARDIEVILLE RD. PKONE 327-6117 Brian says: "WHAT'S A BETTER MACHINE? COME OUT AHEAD ON A KAWASAKI! 6 months full coverage warranty. Reg. Z1-900CC ONLY Bank Financing Available (O.A.P.C.) Driving Lessons By the Hour Phone 327-1241 ABC DRIVING ACADEMY Ws pick you up in the city! FACTS of LIFE S UK WHAT" COUNTRY MT IT IS IN THE. FCENCU PROVINCE OF- HAUtE SAVOlt MT BltNC ECRONtOOSLY THOUGWTTO BE. IN SWIT And here's another fact you should know Southern Stationers has a large selec- tion of COLES NOTES, ideal for the coming school exams. SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. 316 7th Street South 'ho-ft 0 Mishaps claim 13 persons on Prairies over weekend A 19-year-old Lethbridge man was among at least 13 persons who died accidently acrcrs the Prairies during the Victoria Day holiday week- end. Allen Bullock died Monday when the car he was driving left Highway 5 west of Spring Coulee and burned. Coroner Dr. R. W. Russell, of Cardston, has not yet de- cided if an inquest will be called. A survey by the Canadian Press from 6 p.m. Friday to midnight Monday showed seven deaths in Alberta, six in traffic accidents and one drowning, one death in Sas- katchewan, and three deaths in Manitoba. Two Pincher Creek youths died Monday when the half- ton truck they were driving failed to negotiate a curve on a district road and rolled down a steep embankment, fcur miles west of Beaver Mines. The driver of the vehicle, Daniel George Gladstone, 16, died at the scene. The passen- ger, Johannes Joseph Vanoy- en, 19, died en route to Cal- gary Foothills Hospital. An inquest has been ordered. Elsewhere in the province, a 14-year-old Camrose youth, Russell Whitby died Sunday when the car in which he was riding crashed into a service station 11 miles south of Wet- askiwin. A Medicine Hat man, Ed ward Calvin Shawlinksi, 22, was killed Saturday night when his oar overturned near Hilda, 40 miles north- east-of Medicine Hat. Therese Seeseequon, 30, of C a d o 11 e Lake, Atla., was killed Sunday when she was struck by a car while cross- ing a rural road near her home, about 35 miles north of Peace River. And a 25-year-old Saskat- chewan man, Ivan Quinell, KaKspeH project drowned Sunday near Bonney- ville, Alta., when he fell from a boat. Police have not released the name of a 15-year-old Cal- gary boy who died Sunday when the car in which he was riding overturned on high- way 2, four miles west of Red Deer. Leo Ruegher, 18, of Berwyn, Alta., died Sunday while a passenger in a car in the Berwyn area, about 20 miles southwest, of Peace River, police said. The cause of death has not been determined. His body was flown to Edmonton for autopsy. Saskatchewan's lone fatal- ity occurred at Amyott Lake in the province's northwestern region when Cpl. Wilfial Jack Ackerman, 34, of Cana- dian Forces Base, Cold Lake, apparently became entang- led in his fishing tackle and his boat capsized. In Manitoba, Arnold Joseph Moore, 10, of Crane River, 130 miles northwest of Winnipeg, died in a shooting accident. Carol Pachel Founder, 3, of La Broquerie 30 miles south- west ot Winnipeg, drowned Sunday in the Seine "River after wandering away from a family picnic. And Kevin Horn, 14, of Carbeny, died Sunday when the car in which he was rid- ing with three other youths rolled into a ditch near the town, 100 miles west of Winni- peg- Leonard Johnson, 21, of Winnipeg, was killed Monday night when his motorcycle and a truck collided on a bridge in the city. Sisters rescued from car after it rolled into lake It was the swift rescue ef- fort of two Calgary men Sun- day morning that prevented a tragic end to the camping trip of a Fort Macleod fam- ily. Art Mercer and Gary Wis- hart saved two sisters trom a car sunk eight feet in the water of Beauvais lake. Joseph Aspeleiter who can't swim was helpless to reach his 1964 Oldsmobile as it roll- ed into the lake and sank out of sight, taking with it his two daughters Shannon and Lana, aged seven and two. He called to two campers nearby to help him. Mr. Mercer and Mr. Wis- hart jumped into the lake and swam to the Aspeleiter's car. Mr. Wishart opened a door and brought out the two chil- dren. The incident began as Mr. and Mrs. Aspeleiter were pacldng up their camping equipment at Beauvais lake to return home to Fort Ma- City paint crews prepare to spread gallons to open A new tourist complex will open in northwest Montana June 1. Fort Kalispell, a mil- lion dollar project, which is located four miles east of Kalispell, Montana on U.S. Highway Number 2, will only be open on a limited basis. The facilities which, will be ready for the June 1 opening include a full-facility camp- ground with a gift shop, a rec- reation building, a laundry, a kitchen area and a county store. facilities such as a summer theatre, an Indian museum, a western art gal- lery and a saloon will ba opened June 29. About gallons of yel- low and white paint will be dumped on city streets in the next couple of months. But the paint's going to be spread fairly thin it's all going into crosswalks, centre stripes and lane markings on all the major arterial roads in the city. The street painting pro- gram is due to get underway within the next three weeks, says city traffic engineer Pe- ter Bowkett. He said the entire job should be completed in five to six weeks depending on weather conditions, and, for the first time, a second appli- cation will be attempted be- fore the summer is out. Crosswalks will be repaint- ed in mid-August just before school is back in and second coats will be put on street markings in areas where the greatest wear has occurred. Ideal weather for street painting is 72 degrees and 50 per cent humidity, Mr. Bow- kett said. That's when the paint sticks to the road sur- face best. "But you can count those days on one hand." When the mercury drops below 45 above, it's just too cold to paint, or at least to expect the paint to stay on with any degree of success. Last year the city had a little trouble with street markings wearing off too fast, but this summer, after testing a number of different paints, it's hoped one that will last longer has been found. Centre lines separating lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions will be painted yellow, while lane markings, crosswalks and di- rectional arrows will be white. deed. Their four children waited for them in the car. The car was in gear, park- ed on an inclined slope. It is believed that the children dislodged the gearshift lever while playing. Mr. Aspeleiter said the car rolled backwards slowly but sank rapidly once it hit ths water. Two children, eight-year-old Dean and his sister five-year- old Belinda managed to jump clear. But seven-year-old Shannon stayed in the car, afraid to leave her infant sister Lana. The car was hauled out of water about five hours after the accident at 10 a.m. Sun- day. Mr. Aspeleiter said the im- portant thing was that his children were safe. He told the Herald that damage to the car had not yet been esti- ma'ed, but that the family had lost about in cloth- ing and camping gear. The car had been almost fully packed when it sank in the water. Suitcases still have not been retrieved from the eight to nine-foot depths of the lake area. Dental Mwhonic CLIFF BLACK, BUCK DENTAL LABH MIDICAL DENTAL BLOC. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 WHAT IS STRAIN? Excessive stretching; overuse of a part of the body, is a portion of the dictionary definition for strain. It can involve many areas of your body i.e. eye strain, back strain, hernia, nervous tension. In some cases common sense and rest is all that is needed to relieve the condition. How- ever, in tueh instances as a hernia, it is most important that you consult your physician for his expert advice. For some of the more common forms of strain, we have regularly in stock products that can help; oye drops, mustard plaster, heating pads and many others. George and Rod say May is Mother's Day Month "A mother is a mother, still, the holiest thing alive." T. Coleridge DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN FREE CITY WIDE DELIVERY GEORGE Haig Medical Blda. 601 6th Ave. S. Call RODNEY 401 5th St. S. Free Delivery Call 337-3364 INSURED STORAGE [NEW YORK 604A 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3276 Super Special! S-Piece Deluxe Metal TV SET A breath of beauty on four king-sized trays, 22" x 16" in baked on enam- el finish. Tables store on storette rack with walnut styled handle. Glides on 1 castors. Brass fin- ished metal frames. .85 Reg. 22.50 Special 14 Call Housewares 327-5767 DOWNTOWN "Perfect for all occasions" FOOD AND PASTRY SHOP 2021 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 328-8161 1701 M.M. DRIVE PHONE 328-775 ;