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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jerry Jjlana t erry A. E. CROSS JLtJ. The Man For Your WeddingT PHOMI The letkbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuwday, April H, 197D PAGES I TO IS RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSi FOI 75 KOPU A 'Most Dangerous Thing To Peal Visiting MP Scores Anti-Hate Bill NO SHOOTING CHy polios continue to receive complaint! concerning discharging firearms within city limits, especially the riverbottom area and the re- cently annexed West Lertibridge. The shaded area in this map is the city of lethbridge and'Within these dry limits; the heavy dotled lines on map, no shooting is permitted. Figures shown'here in West lethbridge are approximate mileage between the Oldnian River and the west boundaries of the city. Persons who remain confused as to where' exactly the city limits do lie. ore reminded that the onus is on them to make sure .they ore outside the city'before discharging any firearm. Police Warn About Shooting By JOAN BOWMAN UeraUS4aB Writer Tie 'Liberal government's antt-hate bill, currently under debate in the House of Com- mons, is "one of the most dan- gerous things we've had to deal with Alberta MP Cliff Downey of Battle River riding said Monday night. Mr. Downey, elected to Par- liament in ISM, was addressing about 130 persons at the annual meeting of the Lethbridge Fed- eral Progessive Conservative Association. He said the bin, which would outlaw the advocacy of geno- cide and incitement of racial hatred, could "turn against the ethnic groups who are now sup- porting it." He suggested, at a press coh- erence, that Conservative MPs jncoln Alexander of Hamilton the House's only Negro, aix John -Marshall of .Newfound- land, a "using their bearts, not their beads." Both men have given picas for backing of the controversia bill, expected to enter 'thin reading this week. Mr. Downey" said the bill could be used by the govern ment to stifle any-criticism of itself. Ethnic groups could face problems .if they eomplainnack up provincial party efforts in during fed- eral elections the eastern riding would swing behind the Medi- cine Hat candidate. There was- indication some participating in Monday's meet- ing feft Conservatives in' the area provide sufficient backing to candidates without a council being established. The proposed co-ordinating council would have a member- ship of: the Lethbridge Federal P.C.. Association and Lett b r i d g e Women's association, plus the provincial association of faber Warner, Fort Maekod, Cardston -and Pincher Creek-Crowsnest. S o u t h era regional director Dr. Herb Axford would also sit on the committee. tTlother TAKE HOME FISH MM. Dr. S., on 12Hi SPLIT COWHIDE if BUSH JACKETS it SAFARI JACKETS if FRINGE VESTS if WESCOTS if SLACKS JUST AMHVn AT THE PRINCETON SHOP 325 STtKT Carpenter emphasized that "everyone" infcludes parents. Peribns discharging .fire; armi outside limits must the owner of the land on which the shooting is to be done. Under the Alberta Game Act, porsons. are prohibited from having a "loaded' firearm' in, or to discharge it from, a vehicle or bint. A loaded firearm is one hay- ing a live shell or cartridge in the breech, chamber or maga- zine. Also under the Alberta Game Act, no person shall fire a pro- jectile along or across a main or secondary highway marked with a route number sign. Howard Haney of Picture owner of Haney Farms elected presi- dent Monday night of the Leth- bridge Federal Progressive Conservative Association. Mr. Haney succeeds Larry [vang who is the provincial Con- servative candidate for the Cardston riding. Also ''elected at the associa- tion's 'annual meeting George' Dudley, first vice president; Dr. Herb Ax- ford, Lethbridge, second vice- president; Charles Edgar, Pin- cher', Creek, third vice presi- ent; and Richard Barton, Lethbridge, fourth vice presi- dent Miggs Gunn is treasurer; JUzabeth" De Armood, record- ng secretary; and Blayne Thackef, corresponding secre- tary. Twenty five directors were also elected. .Lethbridge directors are Mrs, George Scott, .Gerald Offet, Fred Weathernp, Julhjs Gal, Richard Davidson and Hubert Visit the PASTRY SHOP WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY FEATURE! NeopdHan or Yanila Sfices A treat filtai at wiffc a ridi Unavailable A postal official in Leth- bridge stated today T-l tax forms are stiD unavailable. The income tax branch has been advised that local sup- plies of form were depleted weeks ago, but to date new stocks have not bees received. Calgary has been approach- ed for temporary supplies, the official said, but the situation is the same there with no forms available in any of the postal departments. Deadline for Ittt income tax Early Out Considered For LCI Grades 10-11 returns without. April 30, 1970. penalty, is 6 for 72t. SKCIAl TRY NIW TAKr-OWT STOUTS SfKIALTYl ALBIRTA ROAST BEEF ON-A-BUN 1705 Mayer Magrath Drive loeatfen Onryl J71-77S2 RIDING LESSONS WESTERN AND ENGISH nomo LESSONS Qualrfied Imtructor AMO WfR troifi norMs Phorw 327-9197 Employment Picture 'Favorable' Frank Besptug, manager of the 'Canada Manpower Centre Lethbridge, is 'optimistic about employment in the city this year! "It appears to be a favorable year for employment in Letn- bridge, be said; and with the range of construction planned for the year, no employment problems are anticipated." He is also optimistic' about employment for the university and college students who regis- ter for employment. "March was a slow month, but we expect to get rolling any time now, Mr. -Besplug said." There has been a noticeable increase.during the.past weeks for.experienced stenographers, sales persons, semi skilled workers and experienced farm couples with references. Ttere fc also a current de- mand for motor grader opera- tors, television repairmen and UlCSRKD. Harry Watson and" Tom Parker represent Picture Butte on the directorate. Fort Mac- lead directors are Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hodnett and Ken Hurlburt. Charlie Price, Robert Max- well and H. P. Simpson repre- sent Pincber Creek. Other directors are: Jack Knight, NoMeford; Chris Peter- son, Barons; Wallace Daley, Granum; Maurice MacDougaQ, Peigan Reserve; Parley Lea- vitt, Glenwood; Howard Beebe, Blood Reserve; Earl Fox a 11, Coaklale; John Janisko, Hill- spring; and Stan Jojinson and Art Lundrigan, Cardston. foiith Faces )rug Charge A X year oU Lethbridge outh Rkxy Wayne Lee. was to jpear in magistrate! court to- ly on a charge 'of possession 1 hashish, a concentrated form marijuana. The youth was arrested by ty police in Lethbridge it :30 p.m. Monday. HACK, R.D.T-, C.D.M. ICKWNTALLAll MBMCAt MMTAL HOO. PHONE m-tm Visit the COLONEL TAKE HOME i Kwitucky Frrad Chkkwi I Potato Salad I Cofe Slaw Macaroni Salad SVEN ERICKSEN'S FINE FOODS PASTRY SHOP 1 LOCATMm Cer. MJM. Drive, M An, i, PWm JIM 1701 Meyer Maerarii Drive Phone 3M-77SJ Pktvn Tiding b Hem Scwct Yow Ntw CMMTI Now FTOM Ovr Fim Stock IKK I-., WJ TfW KODAK POWtOfO UKA MifX AND OTHR FAMOUS NAMfSI SPEOAU KODAK mSTAMATK IM CMOK ovrm automatic tkctric eye. Keo 36.50, Ml AC Spring Special PHOTO TIP Whenever picture! in tigrrt don') point yovr camera to the sun. WcCREADY-BAJNES PHARMAa ITD. M An. S., An early closing date for Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Grade 10 and 11 students win be a major item discussed at he Lethbridge public school iward meeting tonight at The meeting is open to the pubUc, 'and "will be held at the board's administration centre at 433 15th St. S. Ken wood Engineering Con- struction Ltd., has' requested that the board release the LCI students early so it czn get an early start on the extensive rat ovations, the school go during the summer.' The board will be asked to approve a release date .of June 2 for-the students, instead of June 10 as all other students in the city will have. LCI Grade 1Z students would remain to write their final ex ams at the school in the school's new shop area, June 3 to 9 when the rest of the city's Grade 12s write. The board win also receive notice of resignation for retire- ment from LCI principal W. L Neville, eff-ctive June SO, 1971 APRIL SHOPPING CHECK LIST MCOMf OWM CANADIAN. WSMBS UW MIZZLY COUNTIY LC. DKT MOK fONDUt COOK MOK MRM ami RANCH ROOKS 1 CHAKL Iverything for Spring Bridn the HAlf PRKf TAW ftook i and Gifa omcts ACCOUNT BOOKS COLUMNAR PADS rAPtl PENS LEGAL FORMS COPYMATE DRY WUWOAY NIOfff IHOfflWO .Tfftt Ike In M M. Sfceaatof Maf frrONE 328 ZJ01 You ond your family are non-drinkers. Ab- stainers' Insurance Com- pany can probably offer you dwelling Insurance al lower rates than you ore now paying. How are we able to do thil? Abstainers' believe that non-drinkers are. gen- erally more responsible people and are less likely to have fires through carelessness the main cause of fires. Therefore, we can in- sure non-drinkeri at- a preferred rate. This' means you save money with no reduction In in- surance protection. Why not compart premiums w 1.1 h your present rates now? HUNT INSURANCE AOENCRS tte-7777 Repnstming ABSTAINERS' COMPAMY M7-MI1 id select the new principal of Ibert Patersbn Etementary- unior High School. The board will be told that w vice principals will be quired this fall for Hamilton imior High School .and Lake- ew.Elementary School.' PHARMACY LTD. N.xt U biter's 12M7M Past pma Sarrlee PrMcriation Service Max Factor and Dv laity CaHnatia FTM. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m._ Monday thru Friday Saturday t i.m. te Ckmd Swndiyi and TONITE YOU CAN! Make all your education and knowledge much mete effective by learning how to SPEAK MORE SWKTIVRY MOTIVATE AND INSPIRE OTHERS YOUR MEMORY MAKE EFFECTIVE DECISIONS OVERCOME FEAR OR WORRY BECOME A LEADER SEE HOW! YOU CAN ATTEND FREE SESSION NO. 1 PARK PLAZA HOTEL Tonhe at 7 p.m. Cert -Ho Obligation PRESENTED BY WALLACE LEADERSHIP TRAINING LTD. Chooti> the Design Yow Nke best From 78 sett of and we wil give vow a free ostimole on any BOARD PICKET LOUVERED Pioneer lember Dtabr 1925 ;