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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, September 16, 1970- Chamber Tour Visits Cranbrook By IMC SWIHAHT Staff Writer CRANBROOK Fifty three Lethbridge business and pro- fessional men put the wraps on the first day of the two-day Lethbridge Chamber of Com- merce Howdy Neighbor trip to this East Kootenay centre yes- terday, highlighted by a tour of Crestbrook Industries Ltd. The 4th annual charter Day- liner tour left Lethbridge at a.m. Tuesday and arrived in Cranbrook at p.m. in what was termed by Chamber Manager Wilf Bowns "one of the best opening days for the tour on record." Although the daily worries of business were generally left behind, some persons were in- volved in discussions ranging from the stock market and the wheat glut situation to banking systems. Some of the highlights of the trip to Cranbrook included ex- clamations from avid hunters when the bountiful supply of British Columbia wildlife was spotted when the tour reached Cranbrook, the train was met by Murray McFarlane, Cran- brcok chamber secretary and Jim Dalton, chamber presi- dent, j Following the tour of thei Crestbrook plant, the Leth bridge guests were ushered to various overnight accommoda- tion sites by members of. the Cranbrook chamber and ther to a smorgasbord banquet pul on by the local chamber. Guests at the banquet in- cluded Nelson Chamber Presi- dent Cornelius Van Pelt, Cran- brook Alderman George Harris and Kimberley Chamber Vice- President Frank Aikms. Mr. Aikins is also a director of the British Columbia chamber. Lethbridge Mayor Andy An- derson in his address to the 125 people at the banquet, stressed the similarities of the host city and Lethbridge. 'We both are interested in higher education, cultural growth and recreation which are essentials to any commun- ity he said. 'The inter-dependence of the two industrial areas can't be overlooked and both centres can be considered bright eco- nomic spots in Canada todav.1' The tour continued today with travel to Fernie and a visit with the Fernie chamber and a tour of the Kaiser Re- sources Ltd., coal strip-mining project. The tour will conclude with a meal hosted by the Pincher Creek Chamber on the return trip to Lethbridge. PAOLA'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT Cor. 6th Ave. and 13th St. N. Phone 328-4395 Under New Management "SPECIAUZING IN ITALIAN FOOD AND A FEW CANADIAN DISHES" if EAT IN OR TAKE OUT (Free Delivery On Orders Over OPEN 11 A.M. TO 3 A.M.-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 11 A.M. TO MIDNIGHT-DAILY We are pleased to announce the appointment of ANNA (formerly of Anna's Restaurant) as CHEF TRAFFIC VICTIMS of the less appealing jobs done by the provincial depart- ment of highways is the removal of dead animals killed on busy roads by increased summer traffic. Small animals, such as the rabbit noted in the photograph, will prob- ably be buried at the side of the road by highway crews as they make their daily rounds of tethbridge and district highways. Larger animals cows, horses, elk, moose, are taken to rendering plants for disposal. Organizational Meeting For Board In October Tlio Lethbridge separate school board will hold its 1970- 1971 organizational meeting at its next regular meeting, in October. Permit For Apartments A SDdO.Ol'O building permit las been issued to B and 1-1 Homes (Edmonton) Ltd. for construction of two 32-suite apartments at 3509 and 3521 Ashgrove Road. The two apartment blocks, made up of two and three-bed- room suites, are the first half of a planned 128-suite develop- ment. Plans call for the second half )f the project to get under way )y the end of the year. ward Group Lacks Funds The financial position of the John Howard Society in Leth- jridge remains grave following Monday's board meeting, chair- man Dr. Frank Harper said Tuesday. He said no immediate solu- ions had been found to the problem of balancing the so- liety's budget this year, al- hough it had been decided to appi-oach the United Appeal nth a request for further help in improving the group's cash position. The society was turned down last week by city council when it asked for a grant, needed to balance the 1970 budget. Dr. Harper said the United Safety Council Meeting Set The Lethbridge and District Safety Council will meet Thurs- lay at p.m. in the Park 'laza Motor Hotel. Unauthorized Soliciting The Herald was informed to- day by an official of the Meals on Wheels that an unauthorized person has been soliciting re- cipients for Hie hot meals pro- gram. The official stressed that Meals on Wheels personnel do not call senior citizens, but that the recipient must call the Meals on Wheels office to take part in the new service. The telephone number for Meals on Wheels is 327-7990. Appeal would be asked if there was any funds available at the present time to help out im- mediately. The possibility of an increase in the society's request from the 1971 budget (which has already been submitted) will also likely be discussed, he said. Alternative means of raising Light Damage In Store Fire The Lethbridge fire depart- ment answered a call at a.m. today from Italian Im- ports at 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. Damage to the store was re- ported to be light. The origin of the fire has not yet been determined. Fire officials are investigat- ing. money were also discussed at the board meeting he said, al- though these would not come to fruition for some time. The society is handicapped somewhat in terms of fund- raising activities in that, as a member of the United Appeal, it must avoid activities such as door-to-door canvassing that might interfere with the United Appeal campaign. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABtlSHED 1911 Lower Floor 5174th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 In past years the meeting has been held directly following the civic elections; however under new legislation there is an elec- tion only once every three arrangements years, so other must be made. At the chairman meeting, the board and vice-chairman, finance, education and other committee chairmen are elect- ed from within the board. Trustees also approved Nov. 26 as the date for a joint city- school board meeting, at which separate school trustees will join public school trustees and city aldermen and officials for a special dinner. The agenda will include state- ments by city officials including Tom Nutting, the new city man- ager, who will disucss the city's proposed capital development expenditures and compare notes with school officials on their school plans. Dr. 0. P. Larson, superinten- dent of public schools, will de- scribe the affects of the new A'berta School Act on school and education finance in future. A similar meeting was held last year, hosted by the city. B E HARDWARE 414 T3th St. North ARE CLOSING OUT THEIR ENTIRE APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT PRICES SLASHED! DON'T WAIT TILL IT'S TOO LATE FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN SOUTH ALBERTA TERMS ARRANGED ALL SETS COVERED BY FACTORY SERVICE INQUIRES Reg. to 100.00. ON SALE Fall is in the air, and with if we come to the end of another season at our Waterton Park Store. We have grouped all the remaining Waterton stock with a fine selection from our store here In Lethbridge, and offer It to you at a saving you can't afford to miss! Shop early for best selection! ONLY Sept. 17-18-19 MANY OTHER UNADYERTISED SPECIALS Our fine quality stock now yours at tremendous reductions! GROUP 1 MEN'S SLACKS Cotton Perma Press Casuals Regular 13.95. Regular to ON SALE at Regular to ON SALE at ON SALE at (No alterations plccss) MEN'S SLACKS Regular ON SALE at Regular ON SALE a Regular ON SALE at men's ULJEflR Open Until p.m. Thursday For Your Shopping Convenience STARTS THURSDAY, SEPT. 17th 9 A.M. SHARP! SPORT CO-ORDINATES A great selection to choose from. Sport Coat with Co-ordinating Slacks. Re9' to 140.00. ON SALE SPORT COATS Off LOOK DRESS SHIRTS CASUAL JACKETS DOUBLE KNITS SPORT SHIRTS Long and short sleeves SWIM WEAR STRAW HATS CLEARING AT V2 PRICE MEN'S and LADIES' SWEATERS PULLOVERS and CARDIGANS Regular 23.95. ON SALE at Regular 27.95. ON SALE at Regular 35.00. ON SALE at People Going Places SHOP McGUIRE'S WGUIRE'S DOWNTOWN on FIFTH STREET SOUTH Regular Values to ON SALE NOW at Favorite styles In popular shades now on sale at Sensationally Low Prices. GROUP 1 Reg. Values 100.00. ON SALE at CROUP 2 Reg. Values to 135.00. ON SALE at 1 RACK OF MEN'S TOPCOATS ALL SALES CASH NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES ALL ALTERATIONS EXTRA ;