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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta GLASGOW RETURN DAY EXCURSION EFFECTIVE NOV. 1, 1972 For bocUngt and further Information contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTKI VllLAGS MALI PHONE 32MJ01 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, September 15, 1972 PAGES 17 TO 30 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL (LOG. 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 32S-7121 Now Arriving: THE NEW EUROPEAN FALL FASHIONS for 1971 Water main construction beginning Work begins Sunday on tho Installation ot a major water trunk lino Irom the water tower though the 4h Ave. S. pump- ing station and down Mayor Magralh Drive to 20lh Ave- S. Highway 3 east between Mayor Magralh Dr. and 30lh St. will be closed for Uie day Sunday while the pipeline is constructed under the road. Cars will be deloured on North Mayo- Magrath Drive, 2nd Ave. and 30th St. N. Traffic on tho east side of Mayor Magrath Drive will be disrupted during Hie next sev- eral weeks as pipeline construc- tion progresses toward 20th Ave. S. The pipeline and pumping sta- tion expansion are part of a program to provide greater water pressure to the southeast- ern section of the city. Socreds nominate tonight The Social Credit party is to nominate n candidate today to contest the Lethbridge seat in the Oct. 30 federal election. Martin llattersley, president of the Altxjrta branch of he national Socred party, Is the guest speaker at the conven- tion which begins at B p.m. at the Civic Sports Centre. "Several contestants have been mentioned, but none has so far publicly declared an in- tention to contest the nomina- tion. The Socreds have promised candidates for the federal elec- tion this year in all ridings in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan. Logging historic oil well site By GREG McINrYRE Herald Stafl Writer Conservationists ot Waterloo and Fernie will appeal to gov- ernment to save the remains of the first oil well in Western Canada, located in the Akamina Pass on the Alberta British Columbia border west of Wat- erion Lakes National Park. The B.C. Forest Service has Special bus service CITY POLICE AT ANTI AUTO THEFT SEMINAR THURSDAY Westbridge lots ready for sale Lock car doors, take keys and keep a kid out of jail White Heather concert on. Tuesday Tho second While Heather Scottish Concert of 1972 begins at B p.m. Tuesday In the Para- mount Theatre. The program features singer- comedian Jimmy Logan. 'Other performers include accordionist Bill Marshall, pianist Annie Cowle, soprano Ann B a i r d, tenor Alex Morrison and ma- gician John Shearer. Brochures outlining plaas for Westbridge, including lot loca- tions, prices and purchase ar- rangements, arc available at at the city manager's olfice in city hall. The 51 lols available In Ihe new subdivision go on sale be- tween noon, Sept. 25 and 4 p.m. Sept. 29 on a first-come, first- serve basis. Options on lots (one lot per customer) must be accompan- ied by a 15 per cent deposit with a second 35 per cent pay- ment required within 60 days of the purchase dale. Lot prices vary from lo with 18 lots in the 000 to range, 14 between and and 15 between and Lot sizes range from 55 lo 77 front feet with varying lot depths. If the lots arc not all sold by the deadline, remaining par- cels will be divided.among pur- chasers v.'ho request more lhan one lot. A buy-back clause will be in- cluded in any purchase agree- ment, giving the city the right Until that time, students will be bused to schools on the east side of the river. John Shearer. I to repurchase for the original .by Price any lot which is not de- the Scots Committee of St. An drew's Presbyterian Church. Tickets are available at Lels- er's Music Ltd. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5lh St. S. Phone 328-4095 price veloped within a specified time. To eliminate land speculation, the city will not allow lots to be resold to other parties. RCMP car damaged in accident A high speed chase Thurs- day resulted in a two vehicle accident in which a RCMP pa- trol car was damaged. The accident on Mayor Ma- grath Drive and 5th Ave. N. in- volved vehicles police said, were driven by Glen Lloyd Dawley, of Lelhbridge and RCMP Const. Mark Dickinson, also of Lethbridge. 11 resulted in damage. Charges arc expected lo be laid. A truck load of rapcseed shifted when Orvil Dale Smith Cardston, was making a turn at 2nd Ave. and 26th St. N. causing the truck to lip on its side spilling the. seed. Mr. Smith suffered minor knee in- juries in the accident which caused damage. Backing out from an angle park position on 3rd Ave. and 7lh St. Thursday caused an ac- cident and damage lo ve- Keep n kid out of trouble. Lock your car door and take your keys with you. That's the message to the public from Cpl. Tom Dunlop of Ihe car Ihcft section of RCMP K Division. Cpl. Dunlop was in Lelhbridge Tnurs day conduct- ing a seminar on car theft for Southern Alberta police forces. Many a youth began his criminal career because he had a couple of drinks or was tempt- ed to show off for his girl friend, Cpl. Dunlop, an expert in car theft said in an inter- view. About 40 policemen at- tended the seminar. Anutteur burglars at roarfc? The city's amateur burglar or burglars were at it again Thure day morning, city police report They broke a window on door at Lethbridge Industries 1117 2nd Ave. N. to gain entry Nothing was stolen. Police are continuing their in vestigation. In addition lo ruining many .ves, keys recklessly lelt in ig nilions cost lire taxpayer plenty f money. It takes many people and Transportation wilj be no roblem for those who want to (tend ceremonies during the fficial opening the Univcr ity of Lethbridge next week end. There will be regular bus ser direct from downtown lo he campus every half hou during the Sept. 22-24 weekend The bus schedule is expcclec to be finalized and announced within the next few days. Meanwhile, the final touches are being put on a distinctly souvenier of the official open ing. Several color postcards show- ing different scenes of the uni- versity campus will be on sale in the U of L .bookstore during the official opening. Afler the opening, they will continue lo be available on a year-round basis. et permits for logging In the rea. Emanuel Cohen, president of he Walerton Chamber of Com- merce, says logging could de- troy the remains so they must e declared an historic site and roected by the government. The area is to be logged lo alvage timber being destroyed >y bark beetles and Balsam apliids, said Mr. Cohen. The Walcrton chamber will appeal to the federal historic and parks branch, while the Fcrnie Board of Trade will ap- peal to area MLA Leo Nim- sick, he said. Logging crews arc expected to start work in the area this fall. A wooden oil drilling rig and wells are all that remain of the site. It was drilled about 1B91, but found unproduciive and soon abandoned. In 1893 n "modern" oil rig costing was moved Into another area to the east of tha original wells and drilling began in 1901. At Ihe original well slU Kootenai Indians were aware of seepages of oil In many parts of the ground and used tha black stuff to treat wounds. Kootenai Brown, an early set- tler in the area, made mention of oil in records from his visits in the late 1860s. He is believ- ed to be the first white man to have noticed the oil. The Waterton chamber has scheduled a lour into the Aka- mina Pass to view the original wells and the soon to be de- stroyed forest valley. The tour will leave Wntcrton lownsite at 10 a.m. Sept. 20. Ar- range m e n t s can be made through the Travel and Conven- tion Association of Southern Al- berta. much time to return a stole ar even if it has only been missing for a couple of hours. A ot of manpower is involved lio aid. The stolen car is also a dan- gerous one, he said. "It's a weapon." The stolen car is an unfamil- .ar car and statistics show they are the most accident prone. In addition, the stolen car driver frequently ends up being chased at high speeds by po- lice cars, increasing the dan- gers of accidents, the corporal said. Many people arc Innocently injured every year by stolen car drivers. Many of those who leave keys In cars are also those u'ho ask "why Ihe police aren't doing some other "Lock the car and they he replied. Some motor vehicles were stolen in Alberta last year and about nationally. Ethnic concert Three candidates open headquarters town. Liberal .Lovers of International music and dancing should have their appetitcs filled if they lake in the wrap up activities of Inter- national Week a tlie Uuiversiy of Lcthbridge. Dancers and singers, In full costume, from a wide variety of ethnic groups, will stage a concert Sunday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the physical education and fine arts building at the U of Participating groups Include Ukrainian, Dutch, Spanish, Ital- ian, Polish, Japanese, Irish, Scottish, Homanian and Jewish. Several groups from Edmonton will be augmenting Lelhbridge participants. The concert Is open to the public and admission is free. Three candidates contesting Ihe Lethbridge seal in the Oct. 30 federal election have open- ed campaign headquarters in headquarters for Andy Russell are at 328 6th St. S. The telephone number is 328- 2358 and campaign chairman is Don Wilson, a children's cloth- ing store owner. The New Democratic Party office for Hal Hoffman is lo- cated at 509 4th Ave. S. Tele- phone 328-G295 and campaign chairman is Elaine Harrison, a housewife. P r o g r e s sive Conservative headquarters are hi a trailer at the corner of Mayor Magrath Drive and 7lh Ave. The tele- phone is 328-9246, Ken Hurl- burt's campaign chairman in the city is Bob Babkl, a lawyer. The Social Credit party is to nominate a candidate tonight. The brochures include maps hides driven by Richard M. showing precise location of Tanner lots nnd a detailed list, of de- velopment standards. To introduce Westbridge, the of Lelhbridge, and Koslersky, of Coal- Corrcne dale. A lane change accident on Dr. Hitsclnnanova thanks Herald readers for money Library budget limit decried PHARMACY FACTS FROM O. C. STUBBS There Is one natural food sweetener that is more easily digestible than all the others. This lood is honey. In fact, honey has long been aconsidercd to be fone of the best t foods available, lit not only has la pleasing flavor I all of its own, but I is also known as a natural sed- I alive, (2) a nor- mally excellent food for babies, (3) a definite source of increas- ed energy, nnd (4) even a bod- ily source of rejuvenation. You may also be interested in the fact that honey is the only nat- ural sweetener among animal carbohydrates, plus the fact that it is belter than three- fourths digested at the mom- ent it is eaten. Honey's dex- trose nnd lovulose content makes it tho sweetest of all natural sugars. Here at Slubbs Pharmacy, the filling of your prescription is our main reason for being in busines. 1506 Mh Ave. S. is Uie address where we're always glad to see and be of service to you. Open daily a.m. to p.m. Sundays and Holidays 12 noon lo p.m. brochure stresses commercial and will be available and that developers will be encouraged ;o provide at least a service stalion and convenience store in :he first development slages. vSchool consLmcLion in West-bridge will be held off unti there are "approximately 160 students" living in Uie Magralh Drive and fllh Ave, S. Thursday resulted in JGOO damage to vehicles driven iy Pearl Sommers Barkley, of Mont, and Steven Foster Parks of 1206 6th Ave. lo LclnbncVje Herald readers for permitting part of their Cup of Milk dona-lions be used for Bangladesh emergency housing has been received from Dr. Lotta Kitsch-manova, director of the Unitarian Service Commitlee. Some S19.223, an all-time record, was contributed by Herald readers last December to the USC for the purchase of milk for tho refugees. The most pressing emergency now is lo provide shelter for homeless children and adults. Following is Dr. Hitschman-ova's leller Herald publisher Clco Mowers, received "From the bottom ot my heart I thank you for your mosl generous and understanding wire which arrived this morning, allowing our Unitarian Service Commillee "to put your Herald reade vliere it is most nee Wilh immense Joy elation our TJnitari will now Bangladesh reconstn get with the originally earmarke sixth and last carlo milk powder. Suice iroximately to amily unit, you can vhal a tremcndou ion your readers t owards the present ng emergency in t o provide sheller fc and adul hard-tried, suffering I so look forward ing our 1972 Clirisl with you in carnival The 44lh annual Elks Carnival will be held tonight and Saturday in Adams Park Ice Centre. Activities both evenings kick off at 8 p.m. Festivities are open to the public and are free. A raffle leading to a grand prize of and a second prize of highlights both nights of activity at game tables. All Ihe proceeds will go lo charities sponsored by Lethbridge LEROY'S PLUMBING GASFITTIMG SERVICE WORK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE RELIEVES GAS c EV E c s DINNE 1969 VAUXHALL Special Prill 1 1 1968 DATSUN 1970 TOYOTA 1969 VW DELUXE RAEWOOD MOTORS 3rd Av.. and Hth St. S. Salti 318-4539 Car Lot SALE Extra Friday Evening Sale SEPTEMBER 15th, 1972 7 P.M. Loaded again Yes we had too much merchandise at our lair regular Tuesday sale So we have on offer many real good ilemi FRIDGES, DRIERS, TAP DIE SETS, SOCKET SETS, ROSE WOOD ITEMS, and a selection of MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES Phone 327-1222 2508 2nd Ave. N. Aucllonxn REED HAWi'rlOflNI Bill HOPE-Lic. tUf Salei 8 TO M THE C moment we are besieged by emergencies, the latest com- ing from Korea, asking for bar- Service contribu- in thai flood vic- tims." Removal of Ine two mill limit on library budgets would be a vole for bcller library service and quality, says George Dew, chief librarian at Ihe Lelhbridge Public Library. Horst Schmid, minister of cul- ture, youth and recreation, said in an interview from Edmon- ton that he personally favors el- imination of the current limit on library spending. A committee Is investigating a wide-range of b'brary reforms for a report recommending changes in legislation in spring 1973. The current budget of the Lethbridge Public Library is 1.94 mills, said Mr. Dew. With salary increases effective Jan. 1, 1973, it could be "very close" lo the two mill limit. The lolal local library budget is S227.GSO, which is more lhan two mills, but with income from sources such as government [ranis and revenue from boot oans, the budget is just below ho limit. Addition permit issued A building permit was issued to Aqua Tech Ltd. Thurs- day for construction of an addi- tion to the new plant at 2nd Ave. and 34th St. N. Dominion Bridge Con. Is the contractor. The plant Is scheduled to be in operation in November pro- ducing activated carbon. FAMILY EVERY SUNDAY! EXCELLENT FOOD GRACIOUS SERVICE SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU lUSIC 6 lo 8 p.m. DINE and DANCE TONIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHT "THE SUNSET 4" 8 TO 15 P.M. NO COVER CHARGE Phone 326-7754 for Reservations! M THE OLD TRADITION OF fcHM HOSPTTAITTT 'testaulant Back-To-School Special! B1COR PISTOL-GRIP PROFESSIONAL STYLE DELUXE HAIR DRYER With super-lhrutt molar end ha.r slyling attachment. 4 Q.QT O Call Ho use wares 327-5767 Firsf to CAMM'S back to Campus and College in the Latest Style Shoes Maxincs lie slip-oni Min Oomptiiej sueda tici Marie Orange and brown, and 2 !one iher, 2 lone blue iueda Chit Chart black cr blue end black we! look JUST ARRIVED! LINED WINTER STYLE BOOTS Wnito or black hi-cul CHILDREN'S SHOES by SAVAGE, CLASSMATES and BRAVES Misses' comb IcalHen and New Suede TIM with natural crcpn Boyi' Closimatu in 2 lone burgun dy and brown. Open ffi. 'till 9 p.m. CAMM'S 403 5th Strfrel I. SHOES SEE OUR IOVILY SELECTION OF FALL HANDBAGS ;