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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jury Rules Death Accidental A coroners, jury in Lelh- bridge Monday, ruled the Aug. 18 death of 20-year old Scot .Dickout of Picture Bulte was purely accidental and attached blame to no one. The jury made no recom- mendations concerning the cause of the youth's death, con- cluding the bridge which Mr. Dickout's farm machine rolled off was wide enough for safe operation. Mr. Dickout was killed when the self-propelled grain swath- er he was driving overturned, pinning him underneath the machine in an irrigation canal two miles north of Picture Butte. Death was caused by Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS WIULTILUX1 symptoms compatible with anoxia or lack of oxygen. Mr. Dickout was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dickout of Picture Butte. Permit For Church The .first major building per- mit in October was taken out this week at city hall. A permit for con- struction of the Honpa Bud- dhist Church at Forestry Road and 16th Ave. S. signals the start of construction on the 1% storey church hall, which wiU serve some 70 families. It is scheduled for comple- tion next spring. STUDY ABORIGINALS study of man and his been centred in Canada on the abo- riginal inhabitants, Eskimos and Indians. THE CAVALIERS AND ROUNDHEADS Mike Cowley not only witnessed some living history in England, he helped restage it. When The Sealed Knot society pitied the Cavaliers against the Roundheads again at the Battle of Cropredy Bridge, Cowley was In the thick of the fight. His blow-by-blow account is IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE WAITING FOR HIS DAILY MEAL A Korean young- ster waits for his bowl to be filled with hot barley gruel the Unitarian Service Committee of Canada. This photograph is selected from a recently published book of pictures celebrating the 25th anniversary of the USC. Dr. Lotta Hitschmonova, USC director says the book has been published due to the "generosity of a wonderful friend." It is a portrait of the organization at work in liberated Europe, war-scarred Korea, emerging India and now Vietnam; of the very old, the very young, the sick and the hungry-who have been helped to new life and hope by the USC in it's 25 years of activity. Copies at each may be. obtained by writing to the Unitarian Service Committee, 56 Sparks .St., Ottawa 4. Now Open for Business to Serve Lethbridge and Area C. A. LOOKER OFFICE EQUIPMENT LTD. 250 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 328-6313 AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE MR. C. A. LOOKER PRESIDENT REMINGTON RAKCX OFFICE MACHINES OPENING SPECIAL! Hove Your PortabU CLEANED, OILED, and NEW RIBBON 7.00 Installed (Parts Extra) Electric Typewriters Standard Typewriters Portables Adders Printing Calculators Electronic Calculators Electrostatic Copiers Dictating Equipment Steel Wood Furniture Systems Insulated Equipment Supplies Filing Cabinets and Supplies Rentals Leasing ERNIE WIEBE LOCAL MANAGER Authorized Dealer For REMINGTON and OLYMP1A BUSINESS MACHINES Factory Trained Service Personnel Available. BILL COLIA SERVICE MANAGER W.dneidoy, Otlob.r T, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALB If Under ground Paper To Be Sold Here Vancouver's weekly under- ground newspaper The Georgia Straight goes on sale in LtIll- bridge on a regular basis Fri- day wilh permission from the city license inspector's of- fice and city police. Two Lethbridge students were granted vending licenses No. 1454 and 1455 on Monday the first to be allowed by all offi. rials' to sell the Straight in Lethbridge, although it has usu- ally, been available in some out- lets. The Straight went through a few' formative years of notor- iety and accusations, until in the past few years it has be- come an informative and provo- cative and anti-establishment newspaper. It subscirbes to several inter- national news services includ- ing the Liberation News Ser- vice, Underground Press Syn- dicate, Anarchist Press Syndi- cate and Prensa Latina. Its circulation in Vancouver is about The two Lethbridge students prefer to remain anonymous due to fears that they will be pestered on the telephone by what one termed "the less- liberal minded element" in the city. However, they expect more young people to soon start selling the Straight with licen- ses, and hope in the near future to add other underground news- papers including The Berkeley Barb and Los Angeles Free Press. Their licenses permit them to j sell the papers on the' streets and other they plan to visit city shopping centres! and the downtown area this Friday and Saturday. Both said they had found the city police "most when they applied under city by-laws and regulations estab- lished in 1964 (although little- used since Legal sections include Article 405, Article 427 Article 409, licensing Schedule A, No. 53 and others, but the only prob- lems the two had were when they first approached city licen- sing officials who couldn't tell them how to apply for newsboy vending licences. Cost of the licence is 50 cenls per year and only 25 cents after July 31. AIR MAIL The French tent 500 pounds of mail by balloon in 1870. ft H M t A L .-'A %v -'V4J V 8.45x15 HAS A FULL 0? BITE, GRAB and DIG I r We Know Others Have Tires Priced At..... But Not Worth Of Traction Made and Available at: "MORE OF A TIRE FROM MO-TIRES" Cor. 3rd Ave. 13th St. N. Phone 327-3181 E HARDWARE IS CLOSING OUT Their Entire APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT EVERYTHING MUST GO! 0 All Stock 0 No Reasonable Drastically Reduced Offer Refused FINAL WEE FACTORY SERVICE TERMS FREE DELIVERY ALL SALES FINAL OPEN THURSDAY TILL P.M. B E HARDWARE -114 lOlli STREET NORTH (Formerly Lyle's Hardware) PHONE 328-3545 ;