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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jerry Jjlana A. E.'CUOSS tot Mm' For Your 327-M71 The Letkkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, April PAGES 11 TO 24 RESTAURANT ANC PANCAKE HOUSE lAMOUCT FAOUTWS FOt 75 PCOTU Committee To Ask ition To Air Service Change Opposii The transportation commit- tac and fee exeentive of the Lethbridge Chamber of Conv mera viB mite I'reeommend- k> the general chamber In its current drive for funds the Letubridge branch of the Canadian Cancer Society, has collected The total; to date includes from the residential bbtz April 5. Part of the blitz money (JM7) was mailed in.. The total includes money col- lected from the canvass to date and memorial contributions. K doesnt include anything from the rural anas. The objective for Lethbridge and district is The ladies auxiliary to the Fraternal Order of Eagles it going to stage a bingo at the BUgles Hall at I p.m. Monday night AU proceeds win go to the cancer society. Student Mrs. Anna Williams Shannon, M, student at'the-University .of Nebraska was honored recently by being elected, to the Phi Beta Kappa, national liberal arts nd sciences She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs! A. W. Williams of Slli lOta Ave. A S., Lethbridge.1 council to oppoae the joint ap- plication of Pacific Western Airlines and Air Canada to tbe Canadian Transportation Com- mission. Ak Canada applied April 15 to relinquish the Lethbridge- Calgajy ran and PWA applied to take it over and increase the service to two flights per The groups met tics morninf Witt members of tbe Trave and Convention Association of Southern Alberta: and the DuBiiimii Businessmen's As- with Sieve Kotch and Cam Banes representing at; council and; the chamber, to discuss.the proposed change o airline firms operating the Lethbridge-Calgary run. The chamber earner oounced uubem that Time Air ways Ltd. with SSOO.OCO Qedup each year in operations and exoenses may be adversely affected.- The meeting atoo brought out fears that tne: new firm, PWA, would jeopararje: Leujuiidge's chances east-west jet ser- vice. Wiif Bowns, general manager of tbe chamber, said Mdge would tag the gterpa- tjonl iBpcct" cf adYertasmg Witt the poB-out of Ah- Canada: Afr Canada has operations, Lethbridge is in- eluded and the-win be lost after'over 30 years.' Mr Bowns said more fears of Lethbridge withoot air ser- the future .were voiced. LMH Asks Province To Cover Deficit SIGN Of SPRING'- People in will likely see more of rim of activity this weekend, as the weatherman predicted a return to milder the ortic tyite'm that held lethbridge under o cool siege for the post week, moved eastward and out of (he forecast dlitrict. The predicted high and low for Friday wni SO degree: and 25 degrees, rising to 60 on Saturday. Needed Dr., Chandrakant Lotia Sought On Fraud Charges Wanted Prof essor Said In India 'A fuiUMt professor of econ- omics at the University of Leth- bridge, Dr. Chandrakant Lota, has bete located through mter- pol and is reported to be read- ng B Bombay, Mia, city pe- ace Chief James. B. Carpenter said Thursday. .He left Lethbridge.abnost a year ago, -after a one-year stay in theory. Dr. Lotia was bst seen in the Lethbridge of April 26 or Z71 fraurfing city banks of a L of Shortly after his disappear- ance a warrant was issued for his arrest on five counts of 6V- "Several busmeMmen .came into me office the day of the ot of the apptica- Hospital Board Members Support Time Air's Position The Lethbtidge Municipal Jospilal has made a request to he provincial government's de- partment of health that H-ovide the entire amount to cover the hospital's 1969 deficit of As a result of a resolution passed by the LMH board at the last regular meeting, a sub- mission was forwarded to James Henderson, minister at health, outlining the reasons for the additional costs in 1969. The board received a letter April E from the minister ad- vising them that the matter was under review by the de- partment. Until the report was com- pleted, .he was unable to state specifically what amount, if any, of the unapproved costs 'mar be picked up by the provincial government. The LMH will now: apply to the provincial government for approval of notification of re- quisition to the contributing mu- nicipalities in this area to mate up the deficit. The city of Lethbridge and the county of Lethbridge Vill be asked to make up the. bulk of OK requisition if foe provincial government doesn't come The letter simply stated the department of health hasn't ar- rived at a definite policy. The LMH has claims in the amount of 430 for 1969 and this sum might also have to be requisitioned from the contributing mu- nicipalities. Mayor's Time Hour At Auction There was merchandise, shortage of the human H was also believed at that time that he had given notes .to ion, very upset "Many people fears tfaat Time Air forced eat of Lethbridge .and then PWA wil pal out, leaving no aa- service, You and your family non-drinkerj, Ab- Com- pany can probably .offer you dweliinfl at lowvr rates than you now .paying. How 'are to .dp thii? Abttqirwn' thai', are gerv rally reiponiibW people a n d likely to firn through the main cdute. Therefore, we 'can In- at a preferred .meant you money no reduction in in- turonce protection. Why not compare Abstainers' with, your praMrrt now? HUNT INSWANCE AC0KIB IMlJrdA portant to the life and busmen of Lethbridge Munidpal Hos- lital board members, Thurs- lay nigbVgave verbal support o Time Airways Ltd. in its on. ectioo to Pacifk: Western Air- ines application 'to operate ihe Lethbridge Calgary Edtoan- WESTMINSTER DRUGS for Dntmt and PraKripriom aa parvHnr M p.m. 9 a.m. 4 f.m Poppy Awards Made Winners of tbe Poppy Essay contest sponsored by the Lett bridge branch of the Royal .Ca- nadian Legion wore announced recently. They are Lynda McBnrney and Valerie Serbii from Gilbert Paterson. school, and Gerald Carmichael from Winston Churchill High'School. Essays were written on the significance the poppy: in commemoratmg the war dead. H. (Shorty) Hurst, former zone commander of the Legion presented the awards. On April IS, Air Canada ap- plied to the Canadian portatirjn'Conimission to relin- quisa tie rm-and PWA applied U> take it T h e main complaint of Wal- ter (Stubb) Ross, manager of tune 'Airways, IB .that PWA win be frying one rii during Time Air's peak-load period which will'reeolt in a per cent loss of business to Time Air. Air Canada made one run daily, which Mr. ROSE' claims Tune Air could live with, and PWA plans to make, two runs a week. LMH board members com- mented on the "exceDent< ser- vice" they have received from Time Air in the past. Their mam fear expressed ms if Time Air putts out of Leth- bridge because of a' loss of bus- iness'and'EW A doesn't find, the run profitable; PWA is under no obligation to continiir the run and could puH outj- leaving Lethbridge with no regular air Extra Time To See Babies At Hospital SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMB4TS Wf HAVfc A MlimR tXMI MOST TO INSTAUATIOM 10 VISTAUATION URTIMI MUFFIBB' PtK MVKTION AND tSTDMTES AU AT miNsuMiMit ODMrANY I 'VCW FAMILY RESTAURANT Three Men Draw Fines A Letbbridge man, Chester Brewer, was fined and costs when te pleaded guilty m magistrate's court Wednesday to a charge of impaired driving aider Section m of the crimi- PoHce "said Brywer had been _krivlug a city street early Wednesday morning with- out his lights on. Another Lethbridge man, Ray.Marietta, was abo. fined and costs when he pleaded guilty to a charge of driving while impaired, also under Sec- tion 222. Pobce said Marietta had been witnessed driving erratic- ally at 10 mph and was seen to go through a stop sign. A Fort Madeod man, Wil- liam Seyeright, was fined costs when be pleaded guilty in magistrate's court Wednesday to a charge of inv paired driving, again under Section 222. RCMP 'said Severight had been noticed driving erratically on Highway 3 at 15 to 29 mph and occasionally crowing the cccire line. Starting Monday at tbe Letb- bridge Municipal Hospital, new- born babies may be viewed an extra half hour daily. The extra haK hour will be from p.m. to 4 p.m. Babies will also be shown daily from p.m. to I p.m. In addition, visiting hours in obstetrics on Easter Sunday, Mother's Day, Christmas Day and New'Year's Day win be increased hoars. The extra visiting time wffl be from 11 a.m. to p.m. Regular visiting hours from 3 p.m. to p.m. and p.m. to 8 p.m. win still be in ef- fect. Tbe regulations of tbe pew tor a total.of Dr. Lotia is abo alleged to have owed several months rent on the home be had been oc- cupying m the city as weD as owmg money on accounts at several local stores. It is believed Dr. Lotia's transactions rnright have left a total of some ing; debts. He came to the I) of L from India and was described as a quiet man who kept to himself, and capaUe professor. There- had; .been no com- plaint at tte U of L, by faculty or students. Dr. Lotia had been hired for one year and had completed his work, including setting and marking exams. He had gone to eastern Can- ada where he received cash drawn on credit cards from lo- cal backs. It was nct'ontil these cheques arrived at the fecal banks that it was realized that Dr. Lotia bad estabfisbed credit at so many banks. Carpenter said that city police have notified the. attor- jey general's office'in Edipon- ton and it is now op to that of- fice as to what steps arc to be through with the money. Lethbridge will be requisi- tioned J60.193 and the'county of Lethbridge wilt be requisitioned Toe rest of the money for the deficit will come from tbe municipalities, of Coaldale, Barons, Nobleford, Vulcan, War- ner, Cardston, Taber and Wil- low Creek. The board is hoping HK gov- ernment will come through with at least part of the money to make up the unapproved costs for The board also received a let- ter from J. D. Campbell, deputy minister of hospital services for the province, describing the provincial policy oo equipment purchases. varietv, at the Southern Al- berta'Teen Organization slave auction Thursday night at Zd- iers County Fair. Bidding was low as the ma- jority of the crowd were young people and appeared to have little money to bid on. the slaves. Mayor Andy Anderson took the Mgbest price drawing a bid of for one hour of his time. Most other bids ranged from 50 cents to per hour. Total number of slaves sold and total amount of money col- lected will be announced by SATO officials when the project is completed. All proceeds Mill go to a scholarship fund being esta- blished by SATO. Drrrt, SATURDAY A DEUGH1TUL EXPERIENCED GOURMET DINING WITH MNNEK DANCMO AND UVE ENTERTAmMMT COMMINCMO IflO.F.M. NO COVH CHAIOB SUNDAY THE FAMILY WIU ENJOY OUR FINE FOOD, SERVICE ft ATMOSPHERE CniMivn s SUNDAY BRUNCH SfllVfO 10 A.M. TO 2 P.M. thorn 328-7756 taken, if any. Dr. Lotia is in India and Can- ada does not have as extradi- tion treaty with India, hours are: observe regular nos- pfcal policies; children under 14 years of age are allowed to visit in the 'patient rooms for IS minutes during -regular visting hours on Sundays, Eas- ter Mother's Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day; and children under 14 may view the babies at the regular viewing times.! Meals On Meeting April 20 A public meeting on (he pro- posed Meals on Wheels pro- gram will be heM April at S p.m. ii the Bowman Arts Cen- tre. Progress reports on the rec- ommendations arising from the first public meeting win be given by chairmen of various committees. A board of direc- tors and executive wifl be named and installed. All repre- sentatives of organizations in- terested in the introduction this service in Lethbridge are invited to attend.- KUEVB CAS PAINS 1970 VOLKSWAGENS IHKED HIOM M949 CHEV. 2 O.K. tree Vt, stand., good -.Uff HACK, R.D.n C.D.M. DENTAL tUDKM. DWTA1 TAKE TUKNS From April to June and Sep- tember to December, school children take tarns weed- ing and traaspUating tbe riot la Ceylon. LOVf COSMETICS LAUftA SECORD CO TOOCTrffit DRAIWS RIDING LESSONS wismm AND ENCtSH KIWNG USSONS Qualified Instructor Phone 327-9192 SPLIT COWHIDE if BUSH JACKETS if SAFARI JACKETS FRINGE VESTS WESCOTS if SLACKS JUST MMVEO AT THE PRINCETON SHOP 125 STRUT 1 1967 VW FASTBACK milage, Al RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. 3rd and sr. s. Car Lei PHARMACY FAGS From 0. C. STUBBS The price of your prescrip- tions? We're all .interested in price, and'vfe all want the price of all the things we buy to be both justified and reason- able. In fact, let's take a good, long look at pre- scription prices in relation to- some of the other things we're all called _______upon to pay for. And, let's use prices charged back in 1936 to show the per- centage of rise which has taken place in the intervening years. Food? It's 147% higher than in 1936. Hospital rates have jumped 475% while new cars cost at leist 150% more. Movie .tickets? up 191% and men's I'haircuts 295% while the average public transportation has risen "And prescriptions? To dale, your average prescription costs you only 59.854 more than the prescription you .purchased back in 1936! Here at Slubb's Pharmacy, the filling of your prescription is our main reason for being in business. 1506 8th Ave. 5. the address where we're al- ways glad to see and be of ser- irice to you. This weekend visit CAMM'S Your Family Shoe Store For the Teen and College Set NEW LOAFERS Wilh heavy up front look. 2 new styl's vvilS ghillie fronl in antique heel heights, NEW MAGIKfNS A- new red wilh gunmetal grey trfm and a new allrOver ,tan. European From Spain. In black, navy, and iwith extended soles and' cut-outl al lidet. STEAL THE SCENf M "OLYMPIC JOGGERS" by tAOY CROSBY- Ribbed surtgrip in AA and B fitting. JUST Ammo A HEW SHIPMENT Of KKINKU PATENT SHOUDEft SAGS In Navy While, Black, and Bane. CHItMEN'S SHOES A proper fit otwoyi aisured jueh well known brands as Savage, Classmofes, Braves and Hushpuppiet, Girls' Straps, Slip-ons, haters, Boys' Oxfords, Slip-onS, boots, f KOM CM SM IMW SflrWO WINDOW DISP1AY IN WWTt DUTY SHOCS by Oomphiei, Girl, and Oteb in IFati and low 9.99 OftN FXIOAY NrSfIT UNTK t CAMM'S