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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE September Suds again available at Lethbridge pubs Some shipments of Uncle Ben's beer have been arriving in Lethbridge this week to help relieve thirsty drinkers but the new stocks are not expected to last through next week Three Lethbridge hotels, all owned by the Calgary firm Robar Equities, received shipments Thursday. Spokesmen for the Hotels, the Plainsman. Garden and Coalbanks Inn. said Friday their stocks should last through the weekend at least The Plainsman received about 200 cases of beer and the other two about 150 cases each but they way in which they were delivered is clouded in mystery. Deliveries have been embargoed by union truckers The hotel spokesmen named three companies as the deliverers of the beer but all three denied hauling the suds when contacted by The Herald. The strike of delivery workers employed by Alberta Brewers Agents Ltd., a delivery system jointly owned by Labatt's Molsons's and Carlmg O'Keefe breweries has left Uncle Ben's the only beer available Tartan breweries, owned by British Columbia millionaire Ben Gmter, has taken the task of supplying the province with beer through his privately owned delivery system. The Tartan brewery in Red Deer has been shipping beer ou't with independent truckers. Another hotel in the city that received the Tartan suds was the Alec Arms which acquired about 240 cases last week Arms assistant manager, Ed Phillips, said that supply lasted about five days. Al Hober, El Rancho Hotel manager, said he will not be ordering any Tartan beer nor will the Marquis or Holiday Inn, spokesmen for those es- tablishments said. The Holiday Inn spokesman said the tavern staff will be holding a meeting today to decide what to do about the situation It is possible the tavern could close next week, he said Drought pinches less in some district cities The so-called beer drought has failed to dry up district hotels, as area pub crawlers can creep into any of nine watering spots. A suds survey conducted late Friday shows one of nine hotels selling beer from taverns still has draft beer The luckv hotelman is Chester SPECIAL! 30-PIECE MELAMINE DINNERWARE 3 colorful patterns to choose from. ONLY 15 95 Call China 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Jokuty at Carmangay Hotel who says: "My draft should be gone by- Saturday but I still have enough bottled beer for the next two weeks, about 250 cases." Barry Wilson, owner of Coutt's El Coyotee Inn. says he s got 250 cases of suds cool- ing in his tavern. And Steve Lvcar, owner of Roseanne Hotel in Warner, says. "I've got so much beer here it's goin' bad, no foolin.' "We got a lot of beer we just ran out of draft." Motorists driving west or north from Lethbridge will have an easier time refueling than eastbound drivers. Taber, Coaldale and Foremost taverns are all dry and pub managers there are anxiously- looking forward to the end of the beer strike. But eastbound motorists who persist will be rewarded with a glass of suds at hotels in Manyberries and Bow Island, though both hotels report stocks are dwindling rapidly. Westbound motorists can chug into taverns in Monarch. Fort Macleod and the 'Pass Julia Fischer, owner of Monarch Hotel, has enough beer to slake Saturday night thirsts, but expects to close her pub early next week. Both hotels in Fort Macleod have bottled beer in their taverns and the Bellevue Inn at Bellevue reports 120 dozen bottles on hand. More dogs poisoned Two suspected cases of dog poisonings were reported to Lethbridge city police Friday. Roy Montgomery, 1807 20th Ave. S., told police he let his dog out for a run about p.m. and about p.m. the dog became sick. Ann Mutter, 1914 20th St. S., reported Friday her dog had been poisoned and took it to the Chinook Pet Clinic. Both dogs remain alive. There have been five dogs killed by poison in the city in the last nine months. City police warn people not to let their dogs out alone at night but to go out with them. Waiting for schools end BILL GROENEN photo Hanging alone in Indian Battle Park, gently swaying with each new breeze, six swings remain as a reminder of a change in season. The swings almost act as a seasonal barometer, active and afive with children in summer, still and silent as winter approaches. Armed heists worry police chiefs ATTENTION VOLVO OWNERS BE PROUD OF YOUR VOLVO Have expert technicians service and maintain your car using the latest in electronic equipment, and original Volvo parts that are unconditionally guaranteed for 1 full year regardless of mileage. Come in and see us for all your car care needs at SHORT STOP AUTO LTD, 6 Ave. Streets. Phone 32V-olvo 328-6586 By KEN ROBERTS Herald Staff Writer Canadian police chiefs are extremely concerned about the number of armed robberies occurring across Canada today says Lethbndge's chief of police. Ralph Michelson, who's just returned from the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police annual conference in Win- nipeg, said Friday many of the OUARANTKD SERVICE To SONY, LLOYDS, PIONEER, NORESCO, and most other mlket of ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 2 to Serve You ANGLO STERIOA PHOTO SERVICE DIPT. 419 5th Street South Phone 328-0575 chiefs would like to see stricter handling of people ac- cused of these offences. Bail considerations should be much more and if offences are committed while the offender is on bail a second bail should not be considered and maximum sentences should be imposed he said. The Canadian criminal code provides "plenty of beef" for dealing with armed robbers, Chief Michelson said. After armed robberies in Medicine Hat and Calgary in which two youths were killed, some persons called for stricter measures for night employment of young people in service stations. These people are entitled to work. They "should be able to work without getting robbed. i1 i FOX DENTURE CLINIC Est 1922 PHONE 327-6565 E. S. P. FOX, C-D.M. FOX LETHBRIDGE DENTAL LAB 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLOG. Martin Bros. Funeral Chapels Ltd. 2nd Generation Funeral Directors and Administrative Counsellors tor Pre-Arrangernen1s THE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13th Street North THE TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-2361 Connecting Both Chapels O S he said. It isn't necessary to get strict with employees and employers but with the people who committ these offences. He predicted an increase in the number of armed robberies in rural areas, as city police forces increase in size and efficiency, forcing criminals to the country- "Victims of crimes are the most forgotten people in the judicial system." Mr. Michelson said. Everybody is concerned about the accused. Get him a suspended sentence and a job but then what about the victim? Police get closer to victims than do the courts. They see the reactions of a man whose hard earned money has been taken. When and if laws are chang- ed the victims of crimes should be given as much con- sideration as the accused. There is no big market for drugs in Lethbridge as exists in the bigger centres. Drugs are relayed into Lethbridge from bigger distributing points like Vancouver and Calgary, he said. However, Lethbridge is the distributing point for nar- cotics in Southern Alberta. A good exchange of infor- mation between Alberta police forces has kept loan sharking and narcotics to a minimum in the province, he said. Mr. Michelson predicted in the near future some criminal matters may be settled out of court as are civil matters so the courts can concentrate on the more serious cases. SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS Installed Phone 328-2176 ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Phone 328-4095 Jerry LZezuftaUCJ. Accredited Appraiser Canadian Institute Rear Esfate Appraiser Consultant Morkot Value Valuation Day Value Estate Settlement Fire Insurance Mortgage Feasibility Studies Rental Analysis RELIANCE WEMOES 822 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge Phone 32C-921G FOR SALE BY OWNER ExceHeni three bedroom home. Large comer well-kepi 3ol, plus garden area. This family home located close to schools and only half block from park and playground Approximately 1100 sq. ft, full Asking Mortgage (fixed) month, P.l.T Owner moving, For further details Phone 328-0344 or 328-1047 City Scene Police still uncertain RCMP are still uncertain why six Raymond youths hurt in a single-car accident on a district road two miles south of Raymond Tuesday lay injured in the automobile for several hours before one of the youths finally went for help An RCMP spokesman said they have learned the accident occurred sometime between and midnight. Rose Laszinskyj, 18, one of the car's occupants, turned up at Raymond Hospital about 5 a.m. The spokesman did not know how she got there. When she arrived at the hospital she passed out but came to about three hours later and told of the other injured people. RCMP were notified about a.m. They have been unable to get more information from the injured people. Several are suffering from head injuries. Olga Laszinskyj, 14, and Ankar Byrgesen, 19, are in satisfactory condition in St. Michael's hospital. Also in satisfactory condition in Raymond hospital are: Rose Laszinskyj, Warran Guminy, 15, Scott Law. 16. and Ricki Hicken, 17, all of Raymond. Thieves gain little Thieves entered Stockman's Inn on Highway 3 East during the night and made off with in change, some meat and cigarettes. Lethbridge city police say entry was gained by breaking a window. The break-in was reported about a.m. today. Cost of living a key issue The cost of living is an important issue in the Civic Service Association's salary negotiations with the Alberta government A cost of living adjustment clause is a "very serious said Bill Ives, membership services director and chief negotiator for the civil servants. Inflation is devaluing money faster than the income of most workers is increasing, he said in a telephone interview. Scholarships awarded four Four University of Lethbridge music students have receiv- ed scholarships from the provincial department of culture, youth and recreation. Carol Boras of Picture Butte, Linda Remington of Cardston and Marilyn Sinclair and Patricia Tompkins, both of Lethbridge, received awards to continue their music studies. Manhunt continues Police continue to look for men involved in armed holdups in Southern Alberta. RCMP say the two armed men who held up the Blackie Royal Bank of Canada Thurs- day at 3 p.m. and made off with in cash are believ- ed to have headed south in a stolen car following the robbery. Although the middle-aged men were armed with a shotgun and a revolver, no shots were fired and no one was hurt. Blackie is 35 miles south of Calgary. City police have recovered a stolen automobile believed to have been used Tuesday in an PENNER'S PLUMBING 1209 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-4121 armed robbery at the El Rancho Motor Hotel. 526 Mayor Magrath Drive The 1964 Chevrolet was recovered near the Oldman River by the Lethbridge Country Club. MOVING? Certified Dental Mechanic CLIFF BLACK, BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLD6. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES HEMTZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324-9th St. S. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Imitations Announcements Bride Books Thank You Napkins Matches (24 Hour Service II Necessary) We provide complimentary personalized head table place cards with each order' FREE CUSTOMER PARKING SPECIAL Family Dinner FOR 2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN CMcfconChowMcfe) Snoot and Sour Sparenbs Ooop Friod Brooded or Pineapple Chicken CMcfcon Friod ALL FOR ONLY......................... Delivered lo Your Home- 4 95 Piping Hot! OPEN WEEKDAYS NOW OPEN SUNDAYS 11 A.M. TO 9 P.M. PHONETHE 327-0240 327-2297 LOTUS Across From The CPR Depot Civic Government Association Notice of Open NOMINATION MEETING Mon., Sept. 16 ANYONE CAN NOMINATE CANDIDATES Yates Memorial Centra 40i Avenue South To Nominate Candidates For City Council School Board Hospital Boards ;