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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 HIE IE1HBRIDGE HERALD WuHnrsdnu. Mnu 24. council nice-ling rescheduled rimm'il held a non-meet- Monday nil-lit, just lone; fin- Di'liiity Mayor ('am Barnes 10 call a meeting (in- next Monday to consider lliis week's agenda. Fuiir ahh'rmen showed up, imp short of the quorum neces- sary to convene a meeting. Al- dermen Tnm Ferguson, Ed i, and Harncs wore the only coun- cil members in the city. Mayor Andy Anderson, Al- dermon Vera Pcrguson and Cluck Chichester arc in Quebec City tliis week attending the annual cunvenlion of the Cana- dian Federation of .Mayors and Municipalities. Aid Bill Kergan is in Rogina for a Royal Cana- dian Legion convention and Aid. Kotch was out of on business. Next Monday's meeting will begin at p.m. in council I chambers. Springtime covers city Education .leader to s pei ak flip Southern Alberta Coun- cil on Public Affairs will hold Us final meeting of the season Thursday. Featured speaker at the noon luncheon at Sven Erinkscn's Family Restaurant will be Dr. .John MacDonald, dean o[ the Faculty of Education at the University of Calgary. The topic of his address is Accountability the School as the Scapegoat. XEROX COPIES Newspaper Clipping! General Typed, Primed or Writtan Forms GENEOLOGY SHEETS PARAMOUNT PRINTERS 1207 3rd Avenue South LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Phone 327-3287 SPRING SCENcS Spring's a good time to walk, and it's well worl'h the exercise to be able to see the newly-blossomed fruit trees on almost every street. In varying shades of white and pink, they re a good way to start off the bright spring mornings that are be- coming more common now. They re a lot prettier than snow, and a lot more welcome. Wolter Kerber Photos GIGANTIC AUCTION SME OF "NEW" Sporting Goods, Appliances Furniture All Qualify Brand Name Products MONDAY, MAY 29fh SHARP AT Hurlburt Auction Service Warehouse The annual report on Ihe city J power comes from Calvary 1930-2 Ave. 5., U-llibridge Terms Cash No Reserve Having received inirruclioni from the Owner, who ii going oul of certain lines, we will lell fo (he highest bidder Iho following: Furniture and Appliances Weslinghouifi washer and dryer; GE M-' Froslgumr] rrifrirje't" lor; GE 13' automatic defrost refrigerator: Inglis washer and dryer; Ingfij gas Fleefwood 19" potable Tynan chesterfield and chair; Electrohome module slerco set, GE potable dishwasher; Armless lounges; Wesl ing house up- right freeier Enterprizc gas range; GE electric mower, 2-TorO gas mowers; Casselle players and recorders; Torn underground sprinkler lystem; Pole and Table lamps; GE irons, toasters, frypans, kettles, can openers, coffee percs, and small appliancei; GE washer and dryer; Baseboard henl- cr; Sunbeam electric hedge clippers. Sporting Goods 5 Professional golf tell, Wilson, Aristocrat, Gaiy Player, MVS; Assortment of pullers; Golf carts; Allcintic golf bugs; Husquavarna 7 mm riHo; Savage 16 go. aulomolic shotgun; BcreKIa target rifle; Maisberg Mark 3 rfrop down rifle; Remington automatic .22; Fishing rods and reels; Colemmi lanterns water jugi; Tackle boxes; Shakespeare 6 or 12 volt trolling motor; Bolair deluxe ladies golf cart; Rifle scapes; Sleeping bags; Air maltreises; Life jackch; Huntinn; jnctcMs, Hunting vesti; Bow and arrawi; Ball Rail spjkns; Puplnrm. Miscellaneous Plaslic pipe; Electric wire; Circui, panels; ligbi fixtures; Largo garden Irador and oltachments; It is. very seldom new itemi of this quality ara offered for sale by Public Auction. We therefore urge anyone needing or wanting any of thoio itemi lo be turo lo nltend this tnlp. llomi may be viewed. Sunday, May 28th 1-4 All Day Monday, May 29th, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-4705 1920 2nd AVE S. LETHDRIDGE AUCTIONEERS: TED NEWBY KEITH ErtDMANN lit. 41 lit. 4.10 electric system for 1971 shows a 10 per cent increase in rev- enue over the previous year. Last year, electric distribu- I (ion from the local power plant accounted for up i from In 1970. Revenue exceeded expenditures creating an surplus in 1971. The river valley plant sup- plied 197 million kilowatt hours of power last year compared with 172 million kilowatts in 1970, a 14.5 per cent increase. The peak load for power also jumped to kilowatts from kilowatts the previous year. (The peak load is expc- i rienced on the day when the most po1 Power Limited which means the city's plant is not used to full capacity and runs at less than maximum efficiency. The report also compares the 1971 figures with the 1961 sta- tistics, showing an increase of 136 per cent in the city's power load over the decade with a cor- responding increase in custo- mers served of only 23 per cent. The power plant capacity has remained the same during the last ten years, with five t o r s having a total potential output of kilowatts. The staff responsible for operating the electric department has in- using a factor of 3 4 persons per dwelling unit, has used the number of new services instal- led lo estimate a population in- crease last year of peo- ple, double (he number found by the census takers. Singers' on June 20 on the day when the creased to V) from sf during the i Campbell Singers iwer is demanded in the 10 years. Prcsent fl concert lllled i Thn nf I S CllOlCC .IlIllC W 3t I! It cost the city .835 of a cent per kilowatt hour to generate power last year compared with Ihe 1970 figure of .78 of a cent per kilowatt hour. The cost in- crease is attributed to the fact I hat most of the city's electrical The number of kilowatts sold i ''coPle. by Ihe city last jcar was al-1 most three times the amount Centre. Yales Memorial sold in J3IJ1. Tlie concert is a farewell con- The city installed new i cerL by "w before thsir and 262 new street departure lo Europe .June 26, lighl.s last year. THE WORLD FAMOUS 3 RING W! and the firsl parl will be a se- City Manager Tom Null ing. lection of the required compeli- lion numbers to he sung at the festival in Wales. The second part of the con- cert will be mimlMTS requested :iy the audience from Ihe! group's repertoire. There is no set admission price. People are asked lo do- nate whatever they wish. The money will go louards covering expenses on the lour WED., MAY 31st and THURS., JUNE 1st Break-in Tlie Family V builduii! a I C04 Bi.h St. S was broken into overnight flnd an c-slimated S50 TWO PERFORMANCES EACH DAY Al and p.m. Advance lickfils uvailoble ofler May 2-llh nl Fostois Jewellery and jj] goods was Stolen, city police Gfinllcmen IM Men'i Wear. Aduhs 52.00, children (12 and under} I report 51 "LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION GRANDSTAND 2 SHOWS EACH DAY and P.M. I vesligalion. FUR STORAGE 514- 3rd AVENUE SOUTH FREE SPEEDY PICK-UP RESTYLING RELINING O REPAIRING CLEANING AND GLAZING E FURRIERS Phone 327-2209 In- llift Shrkinah Chapter I nf HIP. Masonir I.odRr. Mr. .MrKcrniu joinrd liir Inislntij! f'hjijilrr No. iii Scntlnnd in i, and hrrnnip v, illi Ihr Skckinah fhaiilor on ari'ivat in Ca.Kula in Thf1 Irfl Hjptl.'il is bis nciv jpwol. is our lie rc- rrivcd wlirn inn J'S I-'irst I'rincipal in Ill- is jllTScnl (lir ttfi'm- Srrilic N'l'limiiali. Fewer telegrams The pcoplo of like people throntihoii! C.'inada, arn sending le.ss .'ind less Ic'lc Tlio volume of Ir.'if- fic lia.s brni (Inclining nl Ihr rate of six prr cmL a yoar, on a li.i.vi.s. On tlio oilier liinul, Iho vol- umes of (lislnnn1 trio- phono rails and li'lcx Irnffic arc increasing. A fire of undetermined origin gulled an oirier hojnc- and nearly caused less i.l' life this morning. Two city fire fighting unils answered a a.m. call ai 13 IBLh SL. A N., only to see flames had already engulfed Ihe small ono-storcy structure, T w o young men, David George and Gary Dcmchuk. ere sleeping in Ihe building when the fire began and while uoUi escaped (he blaze, one is reported to have had his hair singed. usil Watcrton More than visitors on hand for the Victoria Day opening weekend of lerlon Lakes National Park, f cial.s reported. I ho actual figure is 1 nplc nnd vehicles, this compares with 21.20B I and vehicles for I1 ic ueekend last year (Jik-iuls .said the atlen- claiico was marred by sonic Iml for ihc nwsl over-nil behavior was bolter than last year. Cause of the fire is Doing in- vcsligatod. Boy Scout lanned 1 The south region of the Boy Scouts of Canada will hold n AYhoup up Camp- orce Friday. Saturday and Sun- clay on the Kipp Military Res- ervation at the river bottom. A camporcc is "a gathering of Scoul.s for fun and competi- tion." witli the hoys participat- ing in UVuS of pioneering, fire- light inp. ropov.wk. cooking, (rack and field and signalling yki'ls. Tin- p-inips will be both Sc-ouls and Venturers, raring i in age from 12 to Six LcLh- bridge troops will all end. and Stilus pu; from hiil the majority nf district liroup.s plan lo regis- ter at the1 sin-. The was previously an i annual Lriivily, find oHi-dina- iru'.s Seoii and Hide hi iiKikr u om.1 il mien-. I lid tliix if can bo ncrotnplishal ir. In- IIIIT voars Summerhin From SASKATOON AT THE MINERS' Every Night until Sat., May 27 MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY 733- 13lh St. N. ;