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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta American on bail An American citizen charg- ed with possession of a Firearm without a permit appeared in Lethbridge Provincial Court Friday and was remanded to Nov 13 for Fixation of a preliminary hear- ing date James no fixed was arrested Wednesday and is accused of laving a 22 calibre pistol in us possession Kovach elected to be tried by judge ind jury in Alberta Supreme He has not entered a In discussing Kovach old Provincial Judge George Lynch Staunton he owned P100.000 worth of property in Mberta. The evidently a little irritated by Kovach's telhgerent attitude in asked the American if he wished bail to be set at you Kovach said Provincial Judge Lynch Staunton came down a little ind set bail at Kovach he would see if he could the money Japanese Day at U Japanese folk dances will be eatured next Thursday dur- ng Japanese-Canadian Day at he University of Lethbridge Another meeting Dec. 14 Rail abandonment group points to fuel crisis The quiet season A thick blanket of new snow covers Nikka Yuko left to rest peacefully until the coming of the first tourist of spring. 400 120 hogs head for Ex grounds Don't Break a Leg Use MELT IT for Walks Driveways Q Parking Lots 30 times more poverful than salt for melting ice or snow 5 Ibs. 1.39 10 ibs. 2.49 Call Hinlwirt 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Owners of about 400 head of cattle and 120 hogs will com- pete for more than in prize money Tuesday to Thursday at the 3rd annual Rocky Mountain Livestock Show and Sale Sponsored by the Lethbridge and District Exhibition the Rocky Moun- Roloff Beny photographs donated to university A collection of 21 large photographs has been donated to the University of Lethbridge by the C J F Beny family of Lethbridge The pictures represent a collection of work from Roloff Beny's 1962 A Time of which shows the es- sence of countryside in the Mediterranean par- CertlfM Nathalie CLIFF BLACK. BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLD6. UwrLml FHONE 3Z7-Z8ZJL SPECIAL Family Dinner FOR 2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN Chicken Chew Mein Sweet and Sour Spareribi Deep Fried or Breaded Pineapple Chicken Chicken Fried Rice ALL FOR ONLY.......... 4 .75 Delivered to Your Home Piping Hell OPEN WEEKDAYS a.m. to 2 p.m. SUNDAY 11 A.M. TO 9 P.M. PHONE THE 327-0240 327-2297 LOTUS Across From The CPU Depot ticularly Greece The collec- tion is now on display in the seventh level mezzanine of the U of L academic residence building. Until this the photographs were on loan to the U of L and were displayed along the northern portion of the main concourse in the Academic-Residence Build- ing Internationally acclaimed as a photographer and Mr Beny is the author of numerous including To Everything There Is A a distinguished Centennial book published in 1967 He was the recipient of an honourary degree from the University of Lethbridge in as part of the campus' official opening ceremonies Mr Beny obtained his early education in Medicine Hat MEALS ON WHEELS AT NOMINAL COST For Further Information Phone 327-7990 tain show and sale will be held in conjunction with the 23rd annual Southern Alberta Cat- tle Breeders Association show and sale at the exhibition grounds In the cattle 23 53 shorthorn and 21 Brown Swiss animals will vie for ribbons and trophies Tues- day at 6 p m Wednesday at 1 p m Aber- deen Angus cattle will be while at 6 p m Hereford cattle will be judged to close out the Rocky Moun- tain show Thursday at 9 30 a m the Southern Alberta Cattle Breeders will show about 60 Herefords The cattle including nine animals from the Rocky Mountain section of the will highlight 103 Herefords. No Angus cattle will be sold this year The swine show will be held Tuesday at 1 p m with 71 hogs offered for sale Wednesday at 1pm There will be 28 trophies and banners up for com- petition. A new twist this year will be a jackpot market steer cutability judging com- petition. Anyone interested in trying his skill at judging how much saleable meat a live animal will produce can pay a entry fee. The person filling out his card judging seven market steers most similar to the competition judge will win 30 per cent of the jackpot. Four other winners will share smaller amounts of the jackpot The which will be on display in a cooler following slaughter of the market will be sold Thursday at l p m Names book on sale Pictured left to are Mr Peter General and Mr. Stu Sales Manager of CHINOOK Beverages receiving the Canadian Highest bottles per Capita increase for 1972 Award. The award was presented at the 7-Up Convention in Banff on September 1973. National Growth Sales or Diet Pepsi are up being larger than any other two diet drink sales Local increase was Diet Pepsi became available this year in the family Package as well as the popular 10 02. 6 pack. When you're No. 1 and you want to stay No 11t's tough But we're doing it. The origins and meanings of names like Coaldale and Taber are provided in a book by a University of Lethbridge English professor available at the U of L bookstore Community Names of Alberta by Prof. E. G. Mardon identifies the history and role of Alberta towns and cities and lists their contribu- tion to the development of the province. HANZEL weer For 17th Street South SMILEY 5 PLUMBING GLASS LINID WATER HEATERS INSTALLED BERGMAN'S am Thurt Frl. PtlQMr 171S ISM Avt-l. Regular break-ins at Beaver Two juvenile boys were arrested early this morning after Lethbridge city police received a report of another break-in at Beaver 3rd Ave and 17th St S Nothing was taken during the break-in but it is believed the culprits were looking for plastic wood Bob assistant manager of the said to- day that since have averaged one-a-month The object of all the break- he has been plastic which can be used for sniffing. Beaver Lumber now stocks a special kind of plastic which because of an cannot be used for sniffing Mr. Burgess complained that court authorities are not strict enough with juvenile offenders A juvenile is appears in and is released he said Beef club celebrates The Lethbridge Coaldale 4- H Beef Club 1973 awards night tonight will feature the return of the members who con- stituted the original club 50 years ago as part of its golden anniversary celebrations By ANDY OGLE Herald SUff Writer A Chamber of Commerce committee studying rail line abandonment in Southern Alberta decided Friday to enlist the energy crisis in its efforts to forstall a feared loss of several rural branch lines. The committee passed a motion urging the Alberta chamber's executive com- mittee to consider as a policy statement that due to the energy crisis and the possible greater need for railway lines in the current moves to consider the abandonment of rail lines be suspended for at least five years. The question of rail line abandonment threatened after Jan. and the concurrent threat of gram elevator aban- donment was discussed at considerable length in the two hour meeting in the city. Harold of chairman of the rail line abandonment told the meeting that Jean federal minister of has said there will be no extension of the current freeze on rail line aban- donments after the Jan. 1975 limit mid January of that year we could find ourselves without railway said Mr Boucher would disappear just the way passenger service dis- appeared Magrath is one of the com- mumties threatened by railway pullouts and the Magrath Chamber of Commerce started the fight against the proposed withdrawals When the freeze came into effect in 1967 several CP Rail applications for abandonment were before the Canadian Transport Commission An application to abandon 23.4 miles of line from Cassils to Scandia had been made and but not ruled on Other applications made but not heard when the freeze was imposed were Suffield to 34 8 Cardston to 267 and Raley to Whiskey 21 miles CP Rail also stated that several other area lines are but no applica- tion to abandon them had been made because of the freeze These were Manybernes to FOX DENTURE CLINIC 1922 PHONE 327-6585 ESP C.D.M. FOX LETHBRIDGE DENTAL LAB. 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. INSTALLATION ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANERS I 1709 2nd Ave S. Phone 328-5973 Heinitz Printers Stationers Ltd. 324 -9th St. S. Phone 328-1778 WILL BE CLOSED NOV. 12 In Observance of Remembrance Day WADE'RAIN POWEROLL with HYDROSTATIC MOVER HYMRTATIC Ihw TM 6 DUAL MIL FRAME OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. Mm tt Lethbrtdge Phone 327-1871 or the 'OLIVER DIALER1 you 130 9 Coalhurst to 26.3 Hays to 112.3 miles. Harvey ihe mayor of told the meeting the loss of the railway line and gram elevators at his would mean the end of the community. the elevators and you close the he said. Bob a County of Lethbridge said the county was concerned that rail line abandonment could have a detrimental effect on county roads because of increased use by grain and livestock haulers. we could get finan- cial assistance to keep them the roads would be in rough shape in no he said Some members of the com- mittee said the grain com- panies seem to be in favor of rail line and elevator closures in rural but an Alberta Wheat Pool representative told the meeting it is a case of either closing some elevators or increasing handling charges. The rail line abandonment committee will meet once more on Dec. before pass- ing on a report and recommendations to the Alberta Chamber of Commerce executive com- mittee for policy con- sideration In the the com- mittee decided to see what it could do to enlist the support of area municipalities and counties and to see if Saskatchewan and Manitoba chambers of commerce could also be brought into the fight against rail line closures City woman injured in rear-end collision A 38-year-old Lethbridge woman is in good condition to- day in Lethbridge Municipal Hospital following a two-car rear-end collision night Vivian 64 Bridge Villa was injured after the car in which she was riding was in collision with another driven by Ernest Arthur 1005 Ven- tura Cres Both vehicles were travelling north in the 200 block 13th St N The driver of the other Sheila 319 15th S Mr Goerzen and two passengers in the Goerzen were treated and released at hospital Friday Damage in the collision is estimated at PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. DRY CLEANING 311 6lh St. 1514A 9th S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 hour service tailoring blocking and leather practising pleat drapery proctMlng CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES BASTEDO SPECIAL CHAIR 522 5th St. S. Phone 327-7711 SALE ENDS NOV. 15 Off Limps CoffH ind End Tiblw Upholstarid Chiirs Swivel Chain Original Piintings 8-TRACK TAPES Musidand Supplies Limited Pi'oeente. STEREO COLUMBIA 1CB You are the Sunshine of my Conniff Logglnt A Logglm ft Messina Love Devotion Surrender M aha viannOi John McLaughlln Greatest Hits- Andy Williams Behind Closed Charlie Rich Quad stereo Sweat ft 10 Years etc. Head Reg. SUPPLIES LIMITED Comer M and 13th St S. Phone 327-10M HURRY ;