Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS CHARTER Calgary London, 21 days Depart Dee. 17th return Jan. 7th Only plus Cancellation Insurance Please book before Sept. 17th ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mai! Phone 328-3201 The Letkbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, September 4, 1973 PAGES 13 TO 22 LETHBRiDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall lofhbridge, Alberta (403) 328-7411 FILING CABINETS Holiday Prairie toll For beef and dairy cattle Warble contro September, October and November are the months in Alberta when beef cattle and non milking dairy cattle weighing more than 'WO pounds should be treated for warbles. Warbles are small worm- like pests which start at the legs of cattle and work theiri way tlirough the animal's blood stream and meat tis- sues to emerge on the back. Once at the back of the ani- mal, the grubs turn into flies to begin the life cycle again In the spring when eggs are laid on the cattle's legs. Dennis Stretch, district ag- riculturist in the Lethbridge agricultural office, said this morning farmers and ranch- ers should begin treatment for the pests as soon as condi- tions permit. With the exception of Co- ASTRO REALTY LTD. Hurray, hurray, we sold a home today, let us sell yours. PHONE 328-7748 AlCON REFRIGERATION ITD. FURNACES, SHEET METAL and HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING 221443 St. S. Ph. 327-5816 Ral. warble grub control chemicals can't be safely used again after Twvember until the following spring, he said. During the winter months the grubs work their way through the animal's body to Safety program for cyclists Lethbridge Jaycees hope to attract Leiflibridge youngsters to its annual pedal- pushers safety program which begins Wednesday. Spokesman Leo H o p rn a n said today all city schools are being urged to participate in the program, which is held under the auspices of the Al- berta Safety Council. About school children participated last year. The program will run three with lessons Monday and Wednesday evenings from to at the school the youngsters attend. Four bicycles will be given away at the end of the pro- gram, and top cyclists from each school will compete for trophies. Registration costs pedal pushers such vital areas as the gullet and the spinal cord. If they are killed in one of these areas by any chemical other than Co-Ral, the animal can suffer severe side effects. Co-Ral kills the grubs s'o'v- 3y enough for them to be ab- sorbed into the animal's sys- tem without any harmful ef- fects, said Stretch. Mr Stretch advises against treating badly iniested cattle past the end of October in south eastern Alberta with any cnemicai otner than Co- Ral. Because of the milder climate in this area, the lar- ae of the warble are further developed and could have reached one of tl... -atal areas of the cattle. Dairy cows being milked can be treated only with Ro- tenone warble fly back-wash in the spring. It isn't effec- tive until the warbles have reached the backs of the cat- tle. If ranchers are waiting until the spring to treat their cattle for warbles, they can double their efforts with a spray-on chemical, said Mr. Stretch. The sprays will also provide some form of protection for louse infestations. The spray must be applied during a mild spell in the spring when louse infestations are usually worst and because the spray has a long residual killing power. Art gallery open Ken Taylor and Bill McCarroll examine some the exhibits on display until Sept. 12 -at the University of Lethbridoe art gallery. The gallery is open from 9 a.m. to p.m. Monday to Friday and from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturdays. Admission is free. 37 first-year students begin nursins; school t j en freshmen expected to begin class- es today at the Gait School of Xursing. Tiie students join 40 sec- ond-year students and about 23 third year students vho begin classes last week. In the first year of the three year program the freshmen spend the majority of their time with classwork. while in the second and third years they work in such areas as obstetrics, pe- diatrics and surgery. The school of nursing was established in 1903 In 1956 a nurses residence was built followed in ]963 with, con- ,s', ruction of a school laboi atory and classrooms. The school operates in con- junction w i t h the municroal hospital using the facilities of the hospital to give the nurses practi c a 1 experience in a hospital setting. Forty freshmen enrolled last year. Mrs. Mary Gum- ming is the director of nurs- ing education. 100 new blood donors needed to reach The Leihbridga blood donor clinic will need about 100 new donors this year to reach its quota of 950, Eleanor Hol- royd. secretary of the clinic said today. The cLnic has lost about 100 donors because people have moved away, so new donors must be found to keep the number on their list the same, she said. The clinic, which runs to- day through Thursday at the Civic Centre, has set an ob- jective of 930 donors be- cause of a shortage of blood this summer. If the objective it, reached it will keep blood supplies at a safe level, she said. Tourist dollars decrease Certified Dental CLIFF BUCK, SLACK DENTAL MHHCAL DENTAL BlDG. lower PHONE 327-2S22 I WHAT IS A BARGAIN? A bargain is: Having confidence in the pharmacist that ii filling your prescriptions. Trading in a pharmacy that always lems to have promptly on hand what you are asking for. Knowing that you are going to be treated fair- ly every time you shop in the pharmacy. Getting all (he professional services from that pharmacy that you expect to receive. Being waited on by someone who is friendly and remembers who you are. Knowing that you have a pharmacy that will respond to your needs should o special emer- gency arise. Fewer American tourists visited Southern Alberta this summer, the executive vice- president of the Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alberta said today. There has been a 10 to 12 per cent increase in tourist traffic dining the summer but because the increase repre- sents more Canadian tourists and fewer Americans, the money left in the area by tra- "THEY GROW UP SO FAST" It's an expression we have oil heard over and over but that doesn't make it any less true. We are sure it is something you have been thinking as you prepare to send your child to schoi this faii. BAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN FREE CITY WIDE DELIVERY GEORGE Haig Medical Bidg. 601 6th Ave. S. Coll 323-6113 HODNEY 401 5th St. S. Fret Delivery- Call 327-3364 FACTS OF UFE V ANGELES A SEWOPT vcs Acrvo.x; H THE MU-FS THt Crw. IT 5 LOCATtO IN SVN PFOCO WILMiMC'iON WHlTU ftPF APART y THl 01161 IA M Do you need "Back to bcliool" Supplies? This year, rnoke just 1 stop and got every- thing you need at Competitive prices at SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. 316 7lh Street South Phone 328-2301 vellers will be about the same as last year, Frank Smith said. looks like the whole pat- tern has changed. Americans largely stayed home because of the gas but more Canadians visited the district. But, he said, ''Canadians are not the spenders Am-' ericans are and a 10 to 12 per cent growth could result in the same economic benefit as last year, or possibly slightly less." The association has pro- jected that tourists wUl leave about S26.2 million in the re- gion this year. Mr. Smith said that while there has been a marked in- crease in the drawing poten- tial of tourist developments relating to the RCMP. Loth- bridge's Japanese Gardens j coniinuc to be a major at- traction. However, "our best attrac- tion si ill happens to be the rest of Alberta.'' he said. Out of 14 primary destina- tion points in the province, Southern Alberta ranks fourth, after Banff, Calgary, and Edmonton, in that order. About nine per cent of peo- ple visiting the province indi- cate their prime destination as Southern Alberta. He said that although the association has received no written complaints about the condition of highways leading to Lethbridge, travel counsel- lors do receive many verbal complaints about Highway 3 from Medicine Hat to Lcth- brirlee "We're losing a good pro- portion of recreational-vehicle traffic because of the rough road." Mr. Smith also said (here been some complaints (hat the junction of Hiehway at Medicine Hat is not well marked and that some people find it difficult finding High- v. av 3 AIR VAC 1811 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 323-0286 Power furnace cleaning BERGMAN'S FlOOR COVERINGS Custom Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. 4 die in 2-car weekend collision By THE CANADIAN PRESS Four persons who died in a car collision north of Edmonton on Saturday were among 23 reported killed in accidents on the Prairies dur- ing the Labor Day weekend. A Canadian Press survoy from 6 p.m. Friday to mid- night Monday night, local times, shows at least 11 per- sons were killed in Alberta and four in Manitoba, all in traffic. Saskatchewan report- ed seven traffic fatalities and one man killed in a fire. Head-on The four killed in the head- on collision 15 miles north of Edmonton were Tadeus Fa- lomonski. 33. Edward and Stella Falomonski and Josefa Krudys. A two car collision Satur- day near Sibbald, 175 miles east of Calgary, took the lives of Keith Nelson. 47, of Esther, Alta.. and his 47- year old wife, Dorothy. Two children died in sep- arate accidents Monday night in Calgary. John Grant Les- lie. and Linda Mason, 7, were killed when hit by ve- hicles crossing streets near their homes. The fatal- ities were the 28th and 29th this year in the city. Ditched Marie Mabel Hurtubisc. 21. of Edmonton, died of injuries suf-fared when her car rolled into a ditch Monday near Fort McMurray in Northern Alberta. Louis Russell Cardinal. 27, of Foisy, Alta., was killed when hit by a car Sunday northeast of Durernay, 75 miles east of Edmonton. Toder Tpma. 59. died Fri- day night in a single vehicle accident near Lament, 30 miles northeast of Edmonton. Saskatchewan Mi- and Mrs. Louis Eberlz of Edmonton died Friday night in a two vehicle colli- sion southwest of North Bat- tlefoid, Sask. David Harbicht, 19. of Hughton, Sask., died Friday night in a two vehicle colli- sion near Mildon, 60 miles southwest of Saskatoon. Nick Onishenko. 59, was killed in a traffic accident near Elaine Lake. 50 miles north of Saskatoon. Ruby Annala, 57, of Laura, Sask., died in a two car accident Friday night near Delisle, 20 miles southwest of Saska- toon. Rcseanne Hemelspek. 23. of Estevan. Sask., and Jacque- line Weichel, 23, of Odessa, Sask.. were killed Sunday night as a result of a traffic accident near Estevan, in the southeast corner of the prov- ince. Dr. Leonard Cowan, 63, of Regina died Monday when fire swept through his apart- ment. In Manitoba, Hanry Carl Lee, 65, of Oakville. Man., and liis 63 year old wife, Mary Ester, died as a result EXTRA WEAR FOR EVtRY PAIR MIKE KANZEL SHOE REPAIR 317 7th STREET SOUTH E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Denfal Bldg. 327-6SS5 Bear The Heat! ADMIRAL B.T.U. AIR CONDITIONERS While They Last LETKBRIDGE APPLIANCES 905 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-4456 of a two-car collision Sunday near Rathwell, 60 miles vest of Winnipeg. Richard J. Pronyk. 20, of Lockport, Man., died ea-ly Saturday in a two car colli- four miles south of Sel- kirk. Shirley Wagner, 32. of Win- nipeg, was killed F r i day night in an east central Win- nipeg traffic accident. Locals make airport pitch The chairman of Let h- bridge City Council's air transport committee says he 5s optimistic the federal gov- ernment can be convinced 10 support the expansion of the city airport. In a statement released to- day as the committee meets in Edmonton with ministry transport officials, Aid. Steve Kotch says the committee to convince the fed- eral government that the fu- ture economy of Southern Al- berta will be effectively en- hanced by the total accept- ance" of a consultant's report vote count delayed The counting of a vole by Alberta carpenters on a con- ciliation award in their dis- puie with contractors may have been delayed by the na- tional rail strike. Votes from isolated com- munities such as Fort Mc- Murray must be collected and the chaotic rail situation has affected the mails, a spokesman for the board of industrial relations in Cal- gary said today. He said he had ''no the ballots would be counted. About 45 Lethbridge carpenters voted last week on the S1.40 ail hour offer. Several major projects will be affected if they vote down the offer and decide to strike. recommending expanding the city airport. The report, by the E. H. LaBorde transportation con- sulting firm, recommends de- velopment of a new terminal building 10 times the size of the existing building at Ken- yon Field, doubling the length of the main runway, a five- times a week Lethbridge- Great Fails flight, and inclu- sion of the city on a trans- continental route. Today's Edmonton meeting 5s a preliminary to main talks that take place in Ottawa. Representing the city In Edmonton are Aid. Kotch, Mr. LeBorde. Mayor Andy Anderson, Dennis O'Connell, city economic development officer, and Leo Singer, presi- dent of the Lethbridge Cham- ber of Commerce. Fred Peacock, provincial minister of industry, is ex- pected to 'be in Ottawa the city makes its presenta- tion there. ART DIETRICH DENTURE :CLiNrC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th SI. Sj Phone 328-4095 Super Special! NEW SALTON HOT PIZZA KEEPER Thermostatically controlled. This keeps your ICET slice of pizza as hot as the first. It's also a great party !er- ver for hot horsd'oeuvres and snacks of all kinds. A beautiful gift for the lady thct has everything. Priced at, each Call Hoosewores 327-5767 DOWNTOWN THE BLOCK 2508 2nd AVE. N. LICENSE 1553 REGULAR TUESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 4th P.M. 1. INTERNATIONAL PVDPANE FURNACE BTU- easily adapted to Natural gas and air conditioning excellent working order. 2. HONDA 50 MO70 RBIKE in good running order. 3. Very good set of LEFT HAND GOLF CLUBS. 4. 1962 DODGE Vs-TON 6 cyl. standard. 15' portable electric grain auger, excellent condition; 1961 Chev., 6 cyl. standard; Bell and Howell Super 8 movie projector. Plus many more items too numerous to lilt We welcome consigned goods a.m. to p.m. Monday thru Saturday rirk-np scnlcc for consigned goods Phone Auctioneer: JOHN BKRKZAY Lie. No.