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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta If You're Thinking of Travelling Think of ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 328-3201 or The Letlibtidge Herald SKUUND SECTION Alberta, Tuesday, November '1, 11171 PACKS TO ll'l a GREAT DAY to SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVOTilIE ied (Special Prices on Bulk Orders) ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Avc. S. Ph. 338-816! 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. cattle on sale One of western Canada's lar- gesl private cattle sales will be held at the Palmev Ranch at Ilillspring Thursday and Fri- day, with head from six breeds on offer. The activities will begin each day with a breakfast at the El Ifa'ncho Motor Hotel at a.m. with the buses leaving at The auction will begin at a.m. with Ihc buses leav- ing at p.m. Thursday. Mr. Palmer will offer Limousin. Mainc-Anjpu and brown Swiss cattle, wi'.h charolais. simmenlal and South Devon offered Friday. All selling will he done under lent. All cattle will he on display all day Wednesday prior lo the actual sale. An official at the Palmer lUnch said requests for the sale catalogues have been re- ceived from all caftle breeding areas of North America. Overnight accommodation is City winter will seek work funds I'lie city manager uav given the light by city council .Monday to prepare a list of projects at his discretion which uonld be considered the liovincial government for fnnd- t llg under the federal makc- work program. That program wa.s bolstered when the provincial municipal f i n a n c i n g corporation an- nounced last week Lethbridge eligible tin- addition- al credit until May :il. City Manager Tom Viillin" aid the .May deadline diiy project being linaneed un- der the program must be com- pleted by that dale. As a re- ult, the number of local pro- Mayor Veiner, left, Mayor Anderson use new service. icuis which (jualiiy limited, ho said. On the list of projects Mr. Nutting will submit to lite prov- ince is a expansion oi the water distribution to northeast Lethbrittge by extend- ing pipelines from the existing system. lie said such an extension .should lie considered to accom- mmlale new industries .such as the proposed International Hi.s- tilleriu.s Canada Limited facility moving into the industrial park. A reservoir which has been ciisciHsed for the area might be delayed as much as five years. Mr. Nulling said. Two other projects. Ihc Hen- derson Lake tenni.s courts and tr.e Youth a a) District Golf ('nurse, could also qualify under granted Distillery ,eas o, America OPtlOIl Overnight accommodation is _ T 111 turbo-prop air schedule rom the sale area provided by -1- v-' T J_ JL opened by Time to Medicine Hat ihe progran. Mi'. raid. Mayor peMi'il the Vouili ;iinl DMriel Ooll would likely fall under iirLliinizalions da--siiieanon u! ihe [retrain. d. linf.'uishes projeets initialed I'H al or- from under Ilie heading of muni; ipaliiios. In Alberta, irii federal '.'I projeels and amount ha.-. b'Tii alloeaie.-l or- [irojeet- Mavor Anderson or- should he eneour- agod lo Mlbmil apphe.nions for v.erk they would like done this winter Conned would uien prove ihc projects and forward them to the provinnal autlior- ily. The new library is ''out of Iht' pieiure" as far us the make-work program is con- cerned. Mr. Nulling said. He indicated the are.hile.cts lor the library arc not far enough along in the plans lo allow lenders to lie called in time for I'm- city lo take advantage of the pro- era m. Mr. Palmer said the auction is unique because: different imported Kuropean breeds will be offer- ed at the same time, a first for North America. Purchases will be available mi a credit basis, instead of the standard cash terms at cattle auctions. Prospective buyers will he able lo pay 23 per cent down and the balance over two years. "hcifer-lniyback" sys- tem will he instituted. A buyer paying for a pregnant row will be able !o sell the calf back to Palmer Ranch, at I he weaning stage, if a heifer for semen will be sup- plied with each cow sold. If the cow produces another heifer. Palmer Ranch will also buy it back for S500. Persons not in the cattle busi- ness will he able to invest in animals at the sale, through Hy KIT SW1II.M1T Staff Writer MEDICINE HAT The first regularly-scheduled turbo-prop air service between Lethbridge End Medicine Hat drew acco- hiries from each city's mayors and representatives of their chambers of commerce al a special reception in Ihe Gas City's new airport facility Mon dav. gary. Red Deer and Edmonton to Medicine Hat. .Medicine Hal citizens appear lo benefit the most from the ex- panded service, with a third flight per day points h a I f-day service to Lethbridge return and an earlier p.m. flighl lo Cal- gary for Air Canada connec- tions to Ihe Mr. Ross said there is flex- Medicine Hat, the plane will be routed directly from Calgary." Jim Horsman. presii-nt of the Medicine Hat Chamber ol Commerce was the most en- U'llh a inii'Cl u.) nn Calgary and thusod person at the reception, ting businessmen in and out of short time if it is the city in necessary." He s a i d the betiei i tions City council Monday ap- proved a land sales committee recommendation that Interna- tional Distillers Canada Limit- ed be allowed an extension to Jan. 17, 1972 on an option to buy land in the industrial park. this marks Ihc third time council has given Ihe company n extension. cornice-' The proposal for a distillery with east-west transcon- j was first put before council laM tincntal jet service will help j October at which time Ihc coin- all citizens involved. j pairy was offered an option to Harry Veiner. mayor of; buy 47 acres at an ultimate Medicine Hat. said it will mean I cost of SUl.i.i'iu. more people can conveniently! The project has been delayed hc loo expensive. It would cost the city about S7.000. A development appeal board recommendation that some means be undertaken lo re- mind persons they must obtain approval from the licensing and inspection for any developments o r alterations was approved by council. 20th SfRittHl SHTCHES board-arrangement system of- day. fered. Facilities will be avail- able lo take care of cattle pur- chased by persons not in the ranching business, with a capa- city for 500 head. with one turbo-prop flight six days a week, excluding Sun- CUFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 Walter K. (SUibb) Tioss. president of Time Air said the acquisition of the second Twin Otter allows full implementa- tion of a new and expanded air schedule w h i c h eamc into cf- feet with the first flight to Medicine Hat. He said the new schedule wil Nuclear protest Wednesday Public opposition is growing in Lelhhridge lo the proposed United Stales nuclear test blast on Amchitka Island. of atomic weapons lo protest i the Amchitka blast." He said there will be several speakers at the demonstration was to be sent early this after- noon. The Iwu Toronto broadcasters arc also buying commercial 11 JMLJIIlhil 131UIIU. I O dl He sain me Thc d.ltc fm. lhe five-megaton I and there will be transportation television lime in Washington have seven additional nights blast has not been officially an-! fcr university students to and try club and the city The land sales committee had recommended an agreement be approved whereby land would be exchanged on a 2-1 ratio in the city's favor. Council sug- gested future negotiations be on a larger-ratio basis. Another council action may serve to stifle fluoridation cates for awhile. A Idler from the Lelhbridge and Districl An Ontario man is now cer- tain the west is not wild and woolly. William Scriver was remand- ed without plea for one week after he appeared in Leth- bridge magistrate's court Mon- day. Court was told the charges were laid after an incident. Sat- in-day night at the Garden Ho- tel bars when the accused poinled a revolver at another- bar patron. Judpe L. Hudson remand- ed the case for a week to allow tin' man time to decide on his plea and gain the assistance nf a lawyer. SWISS WAD! oil StiteJiw, i do toon world't moil v.notll. Mwlno DONt BUY UHIIl YOU I booked from the five principal j cities involved, with an extra nounced but there has been speculation it cculd occur this booking from Lethbridgc. Cal- j Friday. The student's society FLASH WITHOUT BATTERIES! INSTAMATIC omazing piclurc-'oking pos- libilitics. Features automatic electric eye ond electronic ihuttcr. Allow time exposures if necessary NOW ONLY 41.95 Also now in slock nl special low. low prices for Christmas Shoppers INSTAMATIC 15 COLOR OUTFIT 1 9 98 Reg. 29.95. NOW ONLY INSTAMA1IC X-35 COLOR OUTFIT Q j Reg. 59.95. NOW ONLY....... "WHERE SALES ARE BACKED BY SERVICE" McCREADY-BASNES__________ PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S. T' Phone 327-3555 at the University of Lethbridge is or- ganizing a demonstration on Wednesday in Gall Gardens. The protest will be held dur- ing the noon hour and organ- frcm the demonstration. Dr. Sam Smith, president of ihe U of L. said while he could not put the university on rec- ord as being for or against tin- test. he personally opposes it. "Speaking for myself. 1 am opposed to Ihe blast in the Individuals have been eontn- billing a minimum of 20 cents each to have their names added (IHCLI.AT10N IVculation figures for Lelh- central library de- creased lo in 1970 iron: in Iti.Vi. The figures are for children's books only and_ do not include branch libraries. SEWJNG CENTW Srfi Sourtl Etr'ongest-possiblc way." said to the telegrams. Persons want-j __ izcrs are hoping several nun- i Dr. Smith, "not only for the ing lo participate in Ihe protest d'rcd people will mass around j ecological damage il could may contact Mr. Templeton at cause but also because it seems to bespeak a continuing com- mitment to weapons instead of concentrating on more press- ing matters." Telegrams containing at leasi :'.75 names of Lethbridgc and district residents have been the cenotaph to show their dis- approval of the U.S. test. The Lethbridge demonstra- tion will be part of a Canada- vide day of protest which has been organized by Simon Fra- ser University. Tony Dimnik. internal vice- Davenport Road. Toronto. Although the telegrams have been sent, il still possible to wire ilr. Nixon at. the White House or contribute lo the Tem- plcton-Bcrton campaign. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC president of the student's so- I sent protesting the nuclear tesi eiety. said "we encourage Two private citizens gathered everyboy who opposes the use ISO names, which went on a iclegram to U.S. President Nix- en Sunday night. When it became ohvioiiv more local people wanted to ex- press their opposition a second grc.up of began ac- cepting names. Al 11 p.m. Monday they sent an additional names In The United Appeal lolal lo Charles Templeton and Pierre dale is SIl-UK! The Appeal's j Berlon in Toronto. The Temple- 1371 commitment is Sl.vl.7-11. lon-Berton telegram lo Nixon V Appeal lolal: NOW LEASING CUMBERLAND TOWERS EAST OF COLLEGE MAIL SHOPPING CENTRE Onp bpaioom Two bedroom FEATURES INCtUDED; Luxurious lobby Flevaior Drapes Exhaust fan Sciuno hnth Off-slrrM ttit poA wiin INCLUDED IN RLNTAl All uhlilirs ond coblovision FOR INQUIRIES CONTACT RENTAL DCPARTMCNT CUMBERLAND TOWERS lETHBRIDOI'S NEWEST LUXURY HI-RISt AGENCIES LTD. lEilabliiheil 1957) PHONE 328-3331 EVENINGS PHONE MRS. K. TICHLER 338-8677 Havinsr a Parlv? WE OFFER COMPLETE MEAL SERVICE Ready for Buffet Dining Pololo Sciiad or Hoi Cieom Whipped Pololoe! Bcllcrcd Paikcrhouse or Dinner Delivered anywhere in Southi-m AlooM We invite- your inquiries foi ony furthn infomu-i! ven TAKE HOME STORES 2021 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 3i8-8161 1701 M.M. DRIVE PHONE 328-7751 ;