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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J.G THE LHHGRIDGE HERALD Monday, May 29, 1972 jobs n 8 i.ion nm.slrnc- ment deckles what course of ill bo oul of action it .should take in an at- niiMuin anli- icinpt to salvage work already done. Conrad, I he centre of a Hus- nou acre irrigation district, is the Lethbridge 5 miles i-: ID Tues- tcrfay' with a nlmul :'t Crai- i'.y. Prior to the JL, had a ii'in -.7 '0. H peaked rcve-iiy s.r.-'i. ment o 11 1 water and to iccommodale the brxmi. Hint (lie ABM project hulled. more hmcls for rcr.rl may be lort to lo'.vn Peter K'svvit Son.1; Co. of Onialia. hr.d the contract fnr in- volved cnnstriH'lum o[ build- incs, lunnels, roads. power plants sncl other defence in t'.'o area Li-i> I'.ov.o, a v.ro president for everything is done at to minimize expenses and still keep the Conrad pro- ject the govern- Spotting speeding motorists is i only one of many uses of the I newly inaugurated RCMP air- j craft patrol program. In addition (o spotting viola- tions of traffic laws the air- craft patrol can be used to help locate stolen cars, search for missing or lost persons, follow persons fleeing from the scene of an accident or the commis- sion of a crime and surveillance j of otherwise hard to watch bor- der crossings During the past weekend the aircraft patrol demonstrated its versatility twice, once in help- ing to locate two Lelhbridge youths who stole a truck from Marshall Auto Wreckers Sun- day, and again the same day spotting a car which was seen illegally entering Canada from the United States near the Car- way border crossing station. The two youths have been scheduled to appear in Leth- bridge Juvenile Court and tho persons in the car that illegal- ly entered Canada were escort- ed to the border crossing by an RCMP pursuit car. In both Incidents the aircraft patrol provided rapid location and enabled quick arrest of per- sons allegedly breaking the law. FARMER PURCHASES In 1970, Canadian farmers bought almost 52.8 billion worth of goods and services, about worth lor every sin- gle man, woman and child In Canada. FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE! OPTlCAl PRESCRIPTION CO V ROPE BRIDGE Kipp Mffilary Reserve over paling in the C bridge Scout1 Li: ihe pioneering ccmpcii o quired lo construd a mo Eighty frL-in Welling and Groat ipaterl in the V Up Camporcc hold al t'-a Militaiy sponsoi'ship of the Scout Districts. ihe all-skills compclilion, senior boys cooked a special menu which included chicken caccialore, shrimp ,ana pancakes and home-rnade baked beans. The troop placed first in both competi- tions. IS Iroups Ovei'-all camp awards for crl a mnl'k cor-1 camping a ]l d participation p In Welling and were: honor, 15th Le'.hbridge; i :ih Ix-thbvidre icccivcd second, Great Falls, 15lh Lcth- wiih fiil: Leth-1 bridge: second. 1-lth Leth- troay Iliird. I bridpe: and lljird, Welling. ectite ducationist Uy ItON C.M.ri ilDrahl Slafi IV EDMONTON success of education establishment of a free public edncal F. E. Phillips, presi 90 thousand meiiilv School Boards America in tho opr-'i of the ]9Lh er- the Canadian School Association Ihe teacher who wants more and more of that money and over from the student who feels that fruni schools arc run like concen- camps. lie suggested two ways IB i v.hieh trustees could return il'emsclves lo tho "pillar of the community" status lhat they n have to Indentify and do i heller those things we are al- The Community rcatiy reasonably well. Is for tliu pro- v'licial povcrnmc.! lo make its move in to renting spncc in the builninlrz. "At the same time, we have to learn and learn fast, what nei ther we nor anyone else The new dcpartras-.l of the ;wcms ,at he prcsen time, to vironment is considering tak- kllow how lo do wcil ;co li'.o occupancy of one or two Available by Ihe Day, Week or Mcr.lh (with or wiMiout operator) Beck Filling C Landscaping Driveway Excavating Hag Pen Cleaning Corral Cleaning Hauling bc'jn Govern mer.t departments Phillips said in order to .cr.r.s hut no firm decision has take these necessary steps, there must be a much larger and more meaningful commit- Phone PMENT RENTM first priority renting mcnt lo education and that the nnd HIOKC further down main commitment to be made the Ih-t will to wait un- is financial. (ho ftnvcrnmml decides IJe called upon trustees to .v.cHhe" noL it to move an aggressive leadership i how much .space1 it wants i role in their community, prov- i! docs occupy part of ihc inecs and countries Lo involve i.. floors. i citizens in selling up more llr. C. D. SlQwarl. LCC pres-j meaningful goals for education. college is row Tlie trustees deal with a lo fic-l CiC Ln i total of 19 resolutions affecting ciir.c'Jy it wants so j education on a nation wide i in- diiring (Iio conveiiLJon 'rc.ih ho dealt v.iiii. which concludes Tuesday. By GREG MclfvJTYRE Herald Vln'.ar EDMONTON Good conic in small pack- ages in Ihe nil business the. iiulcjHMiilenls tend to hire lotal lalcnl, innovate, reinvest profits locally and offer an investment opportunity for spec- ulative Albertans, said Ted Hininan (SC C'imlslon) during oil revenue hearings last week. Bill Dickie, minister of mines and minerals, pledged not to unduly penalize the small cunpanics with proposed revenue changes. The Edmonton Journal predicls a salary increase for MLAs to be included in amendments lo the Leg- islative Assembly Act today. Complaints? It's now compared with Sas- katchewan where MLAs went recently from to k Tlie Lougheed government has hinted it may fi- nally take a stand on Ihe cojilrovercial Village Louise issue so far its been exclusively a fed- eral concern, despite public interest from people in the province. A newspaper editorial comment thai radio and television stations are primarily in the entertain- ment business and news is secondary was a bitter pill to electronic reporters at tiie legislative press gallery, who have been lobbying their manage- ments to upgrade the importance of news. Tlie provincial government would like a say in the gift-giving of the federal department of regional economic expansion. However, Lelhbridge, the only Alberta recipient of DREE generosity, can't be expected to show much concern for the provincial complaint t Seems the town you're in determines your idea of a city's best size A majorily of delegates at the annual convention of the Professional Engi- neers, Geologists and Geophysicisls of Alberta favored limiting Edmonton and Calgary populations at 500.- 000. Ironically', a similar conference held at Medicine Hat recently favored a limit. Open house Wednesday for school music supervisor An open house will be held for Janet Larson at the public school board oflice on Wednes- day from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Miss Larson, currently music supervisor for the Lethbridge public school district, began her teaching career at the St. Kilda School. She joined the staff of the Lethbridge School District on Jan. 3, 1537 at Galbraith School Miss became music supervisor in September 1941. At this [unction. James hait, principal of Westminster School; also retiring this year, will pay a trihnlc to Miss Lar- son for her service over tho past years. Evcryor.e is Invited to attend. LOG horsemanship program aimed at local young people A two-week community sum- j mer program at the Lethbridge Community College for chil-, dren u n d e r 14 is being given j this summer, along wiih Ihe j regular summer college pro-j gram. The community summer pro- gram is a preparatory to the regular college program, and it deals with the basics in horse- care, safety and selection of j riding equipment. The regular summer college! program for beginners includes j instruction in safety, grooming, mounting, saddling, leads, diag- onals, and proper seat. Intermediate riders partici- pate in Gymkhana and compe- tition, while advanced training cmphamzed balance, dressage and show. Or it can be a com- plete training of both horse and rider. Riders may bring their own horse and equipment [o the; classes, but the registration fee Includes a hoi-fp and lack. Instruction in the collejw horsemanship p r o g r a m is dressage specialist, Ann Dichl of Ssndpoint. Idaho. Classes will be held at the corrals on the collepe campus, with trail rides in the coulees along the Oldman River. Further information and reg- istration forms can be obtained from Ihe school of continuing wlucalion at LCC. GIGANTIC APPLIANCES B SPORTING GOODS FURNITURE All new merchandise MOW., 29fh HURLBURT" AUCTION WAREHOUSE Phone 328-4705 ililNSTER DRUGS LTD. LADY PATRICIA r HAIR SHAfiflPOO 20 01. sugg. list 1.25 :r SPECIAL SUAVE BATH Olt BEADS lisl 1.29 ......5PECCIAL U Sugg, list 1.25 SPECIAL 19 PLUS For emotion 2 01. Sugy, lisl 1.10 ENDS For upset stomach SUCJQ. lisl 1.44 SPECIAL SPECIAL 99' TONI PERMANENT Sugg, list 2.59 SPECIAL fl or. Surjg. lisl 2 60 SPECIAL cs PHARMACY LTD. Iccnlctl in ZEUER'S SHOPPING CENTRE I'nyor f.Uirjrnlh Drive S. Phono 328-3760 i' REVION PRESCRIPTIONS (Boby Foimuln) CASE HAIR SPRAY Surjg. lisl 2.93 .79 4.1 01. NIVEA SKIN CREAM 2 2 ,09 DRUGS LTD. Nftx! lo Norlhsido Snfowoy PRESCRIPTION MAX FACTOR O POST OFFICE 425 Westminster Shopping Ccnlre Corntr 5th Ave. and 13 St. N. Phono 328-7633 ;