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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HIE UT1IBR1DC-I BLISTER BRIGADE The 28-mile Hike for Tikes seem- ed longer 10 sorre fhon to others. Brenda Mass was slow- ed dawn when her feet gol a lillle wilh blisters. Her discomfort is relieved by Aris Sinits of ihe Si. John's Ambulance. -Ed Finlay Photos for Tikes ny CATHERINE RKTI Hrrnlil Stall Writer Approximately mn people started walking from the Civic Centre under cloudy skies and snow Saturday, n'ong the 23-mile route of the Optimist Club's 1072 Hikes for Tikes. Bill Fr.lsonr-r, co-ordinat- or ot the hike, said not as many people came ns were hoped for. and there were not as many hikers as last year. Ilov.-cvcr, 405 people finished the walk. The route, which ran from the Civic Centre In I. e I h- DR. PETER IRLAM is pleased to announce THE OPENING OF HIS NEW OFFICES AT 328 6TH STREET SOUTH PHONE 328-1191 AS FROM MONDAY, APRIL 17TH ignores bridge to the Elks' Lodge In Picture IBuftc. was completed first by 22-year-old G a r r y Romscs of the city. He said lie started at a.m. and finished at a.m. Garry also completed the walk (irst last year. The oldest man to finish the walk was Lars Klalla, R3, of Tillcy. The oldest lady to complete the walk was Dorothy Giduk o( LclhbridRe, who did not want her age publicized. The youngest walker has not yet been determined, as birth dates hove yet lo be checked. winter Tropliics are to be awarded to these people, and also to the person who brings in Ihe most money, at an Optimist Cluh dinner next monlh. The money raised, which will not be finalized for a couple of weeks, will flo to the Sunrise Ranch, and to other youth projects. A large amount of help was given to the hikers by the St. John Ambulance brigade, the South Alberta Amateur Radio Club, Members of the South Alberla Association for the Mentally Retarded, and mem- bers of Ihe Lethbridge La- crosse Association. Spring Sing attracts 500 '72 Approximately pcuplc at- tended cnoli of the (wo Spring Sing '72 concerts presented Sunday hy the Anne Campbell SiiiRcrs and the Tccn Clefs. The group was assisted by the Somlnmiiiilur .1 u n i o r r Clioir, anil [jucsl nrlisl Perry j Foster, Kt, played two sclcc- j lions on the cello, The Anno Campbell Singers will begin Uicir second Euro- pean tour in June. To help j rnic money for expenses, the group is holding a raffle for a mink stole, donated by York Furriers of Raffle tickets arc available from members of the group. The singers have, recorded an album entitled The Campbells Ill Junior nre Coming, to be released Ihe middle ol June. JUST KEEPING WARM Lori Flatla, 63, of Tilby, jog! part of the way to Picture Suite during the Hike for Tike held SalurrJay. Ha was the oldest hiker lo complete the Irek. Hardieuille tenders close April 25 for new utilities Acl i levers meet Tenders will close at 3 p.m. April 25 for construction of a new water and sewer system for Hardieville. Licorice AHsorts WHITE HEATHER Individually wrapped chocolate and toffees. Tasly olde slyle licorice allaorfs MILLIARDS COCONUT FINGERS PEANUT BRITTLE Tasty chocolate coaled coconut fingers. ORANGE AND LEMON SLICES iMcCormicks packaged peanu brittle. Delicious McCormiclcs orange and lemon flavoured gum slices. BALLOONS JELLY BEANS BLOCK BARS Big 10 chocolate bars. 0 WILL-O-CRISP A crisp chewy candy thats co ered with chocolale. Free Balloon wilh ihe purchase every pound. CHOCOLATE SPECIALITIES POTATOE CHIPS BUIK COOKIES i noiless several varieties lo chooje from. McCormicks fresh bisquils. eral vanelioa. r.hoose from Buds, Macaroons DT wafers. The system, lo eventually re- place existing cisterns and cesspools, will cost an esti- mated Plans call for a line to run from the city's water lines to a reservoir and pumping station about one hall mile north of the cily. Construction should be com- pleted two months after Ihe job htS bean awarded, W. R. Ma- dill. County of Lethbridge sec- retary said. Underwood McT.ellan and! Associates Ltd. of Calgary is j Ihe architect. Fighting gets costly Three Ixjlhbridge men were-1 lined and warned not to conli- nue creating disturbances while j under the influence of alcohol when they appeared in Lelh- bridgc magistrate's courl Sat- urday. Brian Jenks and Harold Strimmcr were both lined assessed court costs or given an alternative of 20 days in jail when they pleaded guilty to causing a disturbance in a pub-' lie place. Court was told the charges; resulted from a fight late Fri- j day night at the Marquis Hotel. In passing sentence Jurlge L. Hudson said too many such occurranccs had been happen- ing recently: "Persons charged wilh this offense appear in court almost he said. Roland McKenzic was lined I S30, assessed SJ court costs or given the alternative of 14 days in jail when he pleaded guilty to a charge of being intoxicated, in a public place. Court was told McKcnzic had appeared in magistrate's court 13 times in 19V2 lor the same charge. CAUSES OF CANCER? A report from Iceland sug- gests that occupation groups which consume the most homc- j smoked and singed foods the most stomach cancer. In Taiwan a relationship has been found between the arsenic con- tent of well water and the fre- quency of skin cancer. These and other facts are studied by scientists to find tlic causes of cancer and ways to prevent it. Your contribution to the Cana- dian Cancer Society will help. One hundred eleven high chool sludenls from Calgary and Lethbridtje attended t h c OLlhern Alberta Junior Achievement conference held Sunday in the Lethbridge Com- munity College. Tlie conference, which began registration at 9 30 a.m and ended at 7 30 p.m with a dance, featured workshops on management, finance, produc- tion and marketing. Resource people from va- rious Leth b r i d g e businesses were present to help with prob- lems encountered with dis- cussions, Achievers were given tips on answering advertisements and successful job interviews, and all students were given a chance f o r constructive self- criticism. Program co-ordinators were Cancer blitz nets The- Cancer blitz netted 700 Sunday, campaign chair- man Cecil Gordon said today. tie said due to [lia wMtlrer, the shortage of canvassers and [lie collision vrilh other events tahhif; place Sunday, only tliii'd.s of Hie residents were ap- proached. "We were aiming at on the first day of the he said. "Weather permitting, we will approach Hie rest one-third of residents Mr. Gordon said. "We will" also appreciate that resideiil-s not approached by our canvassers mail in their donations." He said 450 volunteers show- ed up Sunday, 150 persons short. "We coulct still use moie he said. Symphony performs tonight Tonight at the Leth- bridge Symphony Orchestra will give a coiwert of classical music under the direction of Lucien Needham. Featured artist Is pianist Txttii.se Chapman. The concert is In the Yaten Memorial Centre, wilh tickets available at the box office. The Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus will perform Tuesday Dennis Pommen of Lethbridgc 1U- and Wilf Curtis of Calgary. The conference marks the he-, ture Concerts Association. ;inning of JA company liquids-j The program includes claasi- Lethbridgc, with the j cal music, with a selection ol gin tiou closing banquet lo be held May 2-1. weslern bcrs. and broadway nom- From STEVE'S QUALITY MEATS AND CONFECTIONARY ICOMM) SPECIAL BEEF AND PORK SALE Saturday, April 15 unlil Sat., April 11 only SIDES of BEEF FRONTS ,b. 59c PORK Ib. average, intj Heiferi HIND ,b.39c 7k ...b.B5e BACON: HAM SMOKED AND CURED Ib. Exlfl SAUSAGE MADE TO ORDER Prlcai include Cutting and Wrapping OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. TO 10 P.M. PHONE PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, the week of the 16th of April Is txinp; observed Throughout Canada as a period lo foe u ft allention on ihe leadership, ciliienship and air- manship and other benefits lo our yot'fig men in Ihe A.IR CADET movement and WHEREAS over young Canadians have bene- fited from ihe training gives young men con- fidence, self conlrol and self discipline and WHEREAS, No. 1 1 Lethbridge Squadron has stood proudly as one of ihe first uniti formed in 1941 to help prepare men for the Afr Forces and WHEREAS, ihis movement has developed lince into one o( Ihe fines! young training organizalioni in Canada and WHEREAS, Ihe graduands of this fine training have gone forlh lo become good cilizeni of this country of ours NOW THEREFORE, I, Mayor of ihe City of teth- br'dge do hereby declare Ihe week commencing 16lh day of April as AIR CADET WEEK IN LETHBRIDGE and request that all members of ihe squadron, parents, and members of 702 Wing RCAF Associa- tion receive your support during this week of ac- tivily and fund raising lor ils benefit. Mayor A, C. Anderson SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL AIR CADETS DURING R CADET APRIL 16 TO 22 WEEK IN CANADA GIVE GENEROUSLY DURING THE DOOR TO ACan Peanut Drive, Wed., April 19th THIS AD KINDVY DONATED BY ACME TELEVISION ;