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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Entertainment scene hectic can look forward to entertainment of all types and at all times for the next week. If you tend towards alhletlcs, you may be able to catch up with the Tikes who Hiked out to Picture Unite today. At p.m., back In town again, members of the Lclh- brldge Stake House Mutual Im- provement Association will give their final presentation of The Order Is Love, a musical com- edy. In the Yates Memorial Centre. Ciiplnin Noah and Ills Float- ing Koa at 11 a.m. in St. Aug- ustine's Church Sunday will pro- vide a new way of looking at the old version of the Biblical flood. In the Yales Memorial Cen- tre at 3 p.m. nnd again at 8 p.m., the Anne Campbell Sing- ers will present their annual SprinR Sing. Tlic United Church UCAIR celebration will be held Sunday BERT MAC'S CYCLE YOUR LACROSSE HEADQUARTERS STICKS EQUIPMENT by MOHAWK W1NNWELI by COOPER WINNWELL Wo have everything you need HELMETS G1OVES HIP PADS SHOULDER ond ARM PADS KIDNEY and BACK PADS LACROSSE BALLS KNEE PADS GOALIE BODY PADS CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Avo. S. Ph. 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAY. Open Daily a.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday 8.00 a.m. to p.m. OPEN A TOTAL OF S4Vj HOURS TO SERVE YOU .1 the Exhibition Pavilion, fea- turing mission displays, wor- ship, n mission rally at p.m. and a youth service at 7 p.m. The Centurions, a top-rated gospel rock group will pro- vide contemporary Christian music at Lhe 7 p.m. youth ser- vice o[ the United Church Ad- venture in Renewal Celebration in (he Exhibition Pavilion. Monday at p.m. in the Yales Memorial Centre, the Lethbriclge Symphony Orches- tra will provide an evening's listening entertainment, with pi- anist Louise Chapman as fea- tured performer. Tuesday is another night at the Yatcs, this time with tho Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus cn- lertaining under the auspices of the Overture Concert Associa lion. The concert starts at For music in a different line, Willie Dixon and the Chicago All Stars will present a concert of modern blues Wednesday night in the Exhibition Pavil- ion. Thursday brings a variety act hy the Young Ambassad o r s from Hrigham Young Univer- sity, at p.m. in the Leth- bridge Slake Centre. Music in the lolk style will be offered at Winston Church i 11 High School's annual folk Fes- tival, H p.m. in the Yales Mem- orial Centre. And Friday is the beginning ol nine days' straight cutdtain- ment at ttic 42nd annual hridgc Music Festival. SELF-EXAMINATION Regular breast sell-examina- tion and the Pap test arc two ways women can help lo pre- vent cancer, according lo the Canadian Cancer Society. For more information contact your local unit of Lhe Society. Forrest speaks Monday The Southern Alberta Coun- cil on I'ublic Affairs will have two (listing u i s h c cl Canadian speakers on Monday at noon and 7 p.m. meetings fit Krick- scn's Family Restaurant. At noon, Dr. A. C. Forrest, 55, editor of Canada's largest Church publication, The United Church Observer, will speak. At 7 p.m. Kix Rogers, the na- lional general secretary of the YMCA will on the suc- cess and failure of United Ap- peals and what should be done. Former convict questions value of putting people in present jails YMCA leader here Monday His G. Rogers, general sec- retary ol llic nalional council of Young Men's Christian Or- ganizations, will speak on Who Is Killinj; the Private Agencies at a Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs meeting Mon- day. The public is invited to at- tend Ihe meeting at Sven Erick- sen's Family Restaurant at 7 p.m. and hear Mr. Rogers' an- alysis of a current cross Ca- nadian concern with (he success or failure of the United Appeals. CONTRIBUTIONS Research, education and ser- vice lo patients a contribu- tion to the Canadian Cancer So- ciety pays for all three in ono satisfying stroke. KIRK'S TIRE SALES Fora limited lime only at participating dealers lolurday, April 13, 1WI VETHBHIDCE HERALD 17 You'll feel and know you're on really good rubber as soon as you take olf on Uniroyal Tiger Paws (ore of Canada's best known "high performance" Their big, brond gives a fast sMrl and a short slop, The rayon belt reduces tread so it's cool running (heat is a tire's worst 2-ply nylcm cord body delivers tough dependable resislance lo ro.id hazards Tiger Pav.s literally Ihe miles. ach in pafrs ire: and 15 OTHER SIZES AT COMPARABLE PRICES ____7B. Series F7l7l4-li 533.88 if That s why Tiger Pav.s are Uniroyal Value Assured lires, 70 Series 42788" H70, S44.W ___ 548.88 553.38_ S47.BB UKIROYAL' Airride 1744 each In pairs Size OTHER SIZLS AT COMPARABLE PR Full 4-ply nylon 5-row rib design Engineered for Ihe family car for dependable safe mileage! WE NEED OLD USED TIRES See us now For best buyi on all Unirayal Tirejl We need your old casings ID turn out more Oihilreod, TfGER TREAD RETREADS 'They're Ihe best tfre buy around. Si ID 6.50 x 13. At -I O QC onfv, eoch (EXCHANGE) Look for the UNIROYAL VALUE ASSURED symbol at participating dealers. Prices as shown al Uniroyal Centres. Comparable prices ot partfcipating Uniroyal dealers, e LETHBRIDGE 1621 3rd Ave- S., Phona 327-5985 TABER 6201 50th Ave., Phone 223-3441 FERNIE, B.C. Phona 423-7746 Dy LAHHY BENNETT ilcralil Stall Writer A 31-ycar-olJ Lclhbridge man vho has spent ncnrly 12 years i federal prison for convic- ions on charges of breaking nd entering, theft and armed obbcry docs nol feel he was amied a deal by llio ourls, hut says things could lave been better. Lee Hydder a pseudonym .c has chosen for lliis aid Ihings could also have been lot worse. He believes, how- ver, that lie was a victim ol 'judicial injustice." "Some of my sentences wcro he result of deals made in tho udRe's chambers before the tri- he said. "Decisions wcro eing reached behind closed Joors and [lien acted out In court. "I was guilty of every charge pleaded to or was convicted of. but after the trials police officials would approach mo md suggest f had nothing morn .0 lose then crimes that had occurred in locations close to he ones 1 had committed wcro iddcd to my record just lo clear tlie books, "When I first colored at age 10 I was young, cxu- jeranl, irrational and I resent- ed the totalitarianism of a pi on situation. "My initial feelings were nol against the society, hut against ho penal system which was lolding Mr. Rydder said. "At Prince Albert Penilen- :iary (in Prince Albert, Sask.) I began to feel the warden nnd his deputies had not been ap- pointed because they were qual- ified, but rather because they knew the right he said "During my first term in prison from 1561 lo 1963 I heart about men who were paddlcc for any number of really minor Infractions like talking back lo a guard. "If (he prisoners who were paddled complained, they worn placed in a special cell block called 'sefiragalion' n--1 tied as prison trouble Mr. Rydder said. "When a prisoner who had been badly punished was abk to have a leller sneaked out o: the prison and delivered to a member of. his family, all his complainls would be denied "When parents or relatives forced an inquiry lo be made about Ihe Irealmcnl of a parti cular prisoner, the prisoner's records would become 'convenl enlly lost or misplaced.' Many times the complaining prisoner would he placed in solitary con finement or he transferred to another federal prison in some other part of the ho said. "During my second lime In prison from 1963 to 1966 I a prison guard take a bribe t bring a bottle of whisky inters of prison staff counsellors must be increased if a rchablli- alion program Is to be effec- 've. "Everyone involved In Ihe Ju- icial and penal system should ccome aware Ihe people hurt vorst by a prison sentence aro ot the new inmale, but his amily, parents and friends. No Augur travel program The Aufiur program, whcrcb; high school and university sli denls were transported (o olhc communilics on an excliang program, will not be held thi year. No funds were allocated t (he travel and exchange div sion hy Iho federal govcrnmen for this purpose, The travel an exchange division budget wa not submitted until after th Opportunities for Youth budge Approximately 35 of Hie Canadian students who partic pated In the Augur prograi last year were from LcLhbridgi 'More communication must be provided between the in- mates and the outside world. Inmates should have easy ac- cess to social welfare workers, doctors, lawyers, prospec live employers and the public al said Mr. Kydcler, "Above all else, inmates ond prison staff alike must remem- ber Ihe greatest single factor in the rehabilitation ol a prison- er is his own altitude. The most important thing a rehabilitation program can do is give the in- mate an altitude that will help him overcome his Mr. Rvddcr said. STEVE'S QUALITY MEATS AND CONFECTIONARY (COWDAIE) SPECIAL BEEF AND PORK SALE From Saturday, April 15 unli) April 22 only u, 71 c FRONTS IK PORK lb.39c BACON: HAM SMOKED AND CURED............Ib. 10t SAUSAGE MADE TO ORDER Pricel include Culling ond Wrapping OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. TO 10 P.M. PHONE 3453929 fmPC _1 DTCC 160-200 Ih. average. SIDES Ot DEEP Blu. Brand Heifer, Recommended by The Manufacturers to relieve: Simple and Compound Thirst; Dryness of The Whistle; i and Common Fancy for a Brew. 5 AMOMG5NS! for the First Time in The Proud Province of Alberta A NEW BREW of PREMIUM STRENGTH SKILLFULLY COMPOUNDED BY MASTER CRAFTSMEN TO MOST ANCIENT RECIPE AND __________ SECRET And the First Such Brew in More than Three Decades (being a period in excess of 30 years.) TO BEAR THE PROUD, HONOURED and UNIVERSALLY ESTEEMED NAME "LETHBRIDGE" This fine product of Alberta (now generally available for a slightly higher bat still modest sum in current coin of the realm) bears the title, end device Beware of counterfeit and feeble You are heartily enjoined to partake of its curiously refreshing flavour, appealing to Tradesman and Artisan, Country Folk and City Folk alike; Even to The Professional Man with an Acquired Taste for Better Things. DO NOT ACCEPT SUBSTITUTES. Ask for it by name only! LETHBRIDGE MALT LIQUOR MOLSON BREW'ERY ALBERTA LTD. ;