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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW: Special 14 to 28-day Dome it Ic Eicuriion Farti available for Air Travel in Canada. For Further Dr.taili Contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 321-3901 or 328-81B4 The Lethbndge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, August 3, 1971 PAGES 9 TO 20 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-B161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 X i NEW CONCEPTS IN DEVELOPMENT New housing fneilities just completed or under construction are seen in this aerial photo of the merits constructed by B H Homes, is seen at centre. The two apartments at right were completed lost year, while ihe other two are under con- south Lakeview district. At front, right, is Huron Place, a subdivision of slruction. A low-cost housing development has been built behind Spanish single-family homes built on the Radburn principle, with 'back yards Village, facing a common street, Spanish Village, a cluster of four 32-suite apart- Bridge tourney set for Aug. 6-8 The Lethbridge Bridge Unit will sponsor its annual bridge tournament next weekend, Aug. 6-8, at Svcn Ericksen's Family Restaurant. Enough players from western Canada and the U.S. lo form 120 tables of bridge (about 480 persons) are expected to atlend the Friday-tb-Sunday event, a scclional tournament at which fans may acquire minor points toward their life master accreditations. To become a life master, players must gain 300 points, of which 50 must be major points won at major tourna- ments The Lethbridge unit last held a major competition in Lethbridge Window Cleaners "20 Years of Service" PHONE 327-4037 and plans to hold another next year. Director of (he Augusl tourn- ament will be Phil Wood of Vancouver and local co-chair- men are Mary Rose Mrazek and Nick Patson. The" program features: men's and women's pairs champion- ships starling at p.m. Fri- day; masters and non-masters pairs championships, at 0 p.m.; Qualifying session for the open pairs championship al p.m. Saturday followed at 8 p.m. by the open pairs finals and a consolation round; And Swiss teams champion- ships, first esion at 1 p.m. and final session at 7 p.m. Sun- day. Sicks1 Lethbridge Brewery Ltd. will provide Ihe trophies and refreshments. The tournament is held under the auspices of the American Contract Bridge League. rfgTO5> COMPLETE AIR FEDOR'S REFRIGERATION Ph. A Sheet Metal Ph. 328-5973 GEORGE and ROD Say PRESERVE AND CONSERVE A PUBLIC SERVICE MESSAGE We are very concerned about ecology and the pollution of our natural environment and we urge all of our friends and customers to help presarve Ihe world wo live in. Everyone has to do hii share or soon it will be loo tale lo reverse lha current dangerous (rends. Pollution is a very definite hazard lo good health. Air pollution can lead to serious respira- tory problems and waste pollution can bring on disease-breeding unsanitary During tho iummer months we can all help at home or on vacation, by making an extra personal effort lo avoid doing ihinrjs that pollute our environment. We recommend "FAMILY RECORD" for your prescription requirements, We keep a persona) family slory on your own private card when you favor us wilh the privilege of supplying prescrib- ed meditations. In manner we can asiiil you in controlling possible Drug Allergies and Sensitivi- ties and prevent drug intor-rcrjctions in co-opera- tion with your doctors. Thii information ii im- mediately available especially when you deal in one pharmacy. DRAFFINS TWO LOCATIONS DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Hciig Medical Bldg. 40] 5th it. S. 601 6lh Avo. S. Free Dullvory Call 328-6133 Call 327-3364 NEW POST The new position of assistant city manager for internal audit for Lctlibridge will be filled by Wayne Quinn, 29, a native live of Earl Gray, Sask. Mr. Quinn was most administrator of (he Vv'cybum Union Hospital. He has a bachelor of commerce de- gree from the University of Saskatchewan and is a regis- tered chartered accountant. He is to start work Aug. 1G al a salary of a year. Barn fire A fire of undetermined origin Monday evening caused ap- proximately S600 damage lo a barn located in West Leth- bridge. Tho building is on a farm owned by Noah Barnaby of 1816 fith Avc. A N. 4-H club members chosen for trip Alberta selected 4-H club members, 152 strong, attended a two-day testing program at the Olds College to select 46 members to represent the prov- ince in a variety of out-of-prov- ince travel programs. Southern Alberta clubs were well represented among the 4G members who will be ambas- sadors of the province at 4-H conferences and exchange trips m Canada and the United States. Dale Jorgensen of Del Bonita was selected to attend the Na- tional 4-H Club Conference in Toronto and Ottawa with Handy Mclntosh of Noblcford chosen to attend the U.S. Na- tional 4-H Club Conference in Washington. In Ihe inter-provincial 4-H exchange, Wendy Miller of Lethbridge will go to New Brunswick, Diann Boldue of Slavely will go to Ontario and David Reti of Taber will go lo British Columbia. Narda Hinman of Cardston is slated to attend the Conserva- tion Camp ir Montana. Alternates chosen for the trips were Debbie Thiessen of Coutls, Jerry Lunde of Kipp and Patli Sekura of Taber. Charlie Milles of Calgary was selected as 'Ive outstanding 4-H member in the province and was presented with the Pre- mier's Award by Robert Clark, minister of education. All the conference Lravel pro- grams involve educational ex- perience that is intended to en- hance leadership skills and abilities through such means as speakers, group discussion, vis- iting with national political fi- gures, louring industrial areas and other activities that hope- fully increases the members' awareness of his country. The exchange program gives members a chance to be hosted by a family in the province he is going to. Fred Gladstone offered post Fred Gladstone has been of- fered the position of economic development co-ordinalor for the Blood Indian band. Mr. Gladstone said in Ed- monton today, however, that he is undecided whether he will accept the job and will not make a decision on the matter until September. Mr. Gladstone is currently working for the Indian Associa- pacity. Whoop-Up stage shows could be cut or dropped By JOAN BOWMAN Staff Writer It is understood the Lclh- bridgc and District Exhibition Board will consider dropping or cutting back its three an- nual stage shows at future Whoop-Up Days. The board is to meet Aug. 11 for the first time since tile 1971 UofL moves Thurs. The University of Leth- bridge move lo the new west side campus will officially start Thursday. Preparations the move are already under way and the whole operation will continue through the remainder of the summei' until school opens in the fall. Tile first major office lo transfer operations lo the new building will be the registrar's office. Dual switchboards, one at each campus, are now in op- eration. The university will maintain both campuses for the coming year; about 20 per cent of the uiu'versity's opera- tions will stay at the old si'.e, including the science building. Enumeration under way Enumeration of voters for the Aug. 30 provincial election started today in the Lethbridge Wesl riding. To qualify, voters must have lived in the province for one year and in the constituency for one month. They must be 18 by the election date and Canadian citizens or British subjects. Enumeration in Lethbridge East is to start Wednesday. exhibition and rodeo concluded. The 1971 Whoop-Up Days July 24. Indications are re- marked the first lime the ement of the slage produc- j g r a n d stand attendance was plan. lions for rodeo events will be discussed. Rodeo and chuckwagon ev- ents attracted an unofficial to- tal of persons, an aver- age of for the Jast three nights of the fair. The stage shows, running the j first three nights, drew in about for two perform- ances. The second night's j show was rained out. Board member Fred Pril- nhard, in charge of stage shows for the past four yers, said the bad weather, which also occurred last year, was "frustrating" because it stymied the chance of "word of mouth" attracting more vis- itors lo the grandstand. The board has been trying to establish a young singing group for three years around which the stage show would be formed. The Whoop-Up Singers and Dancers, a 24-member local group which made its first ap- pearance this year, hcd only two weeks to rehearse. An offi- cial conceded it was not enough time for the group to become the headh'ncr. Mr. Pritchard said, however, the Singers and Dancers com- pared well with the Calgary Stampede's Young Canadians during that group's formative years. Several board members have expressed dissatisfaction pri- vately over attendance at the grandstand stage shows and are believed to favor extending rodeo events up to five nights. Problems might arise with attracting entries for that long a period, although Andy An- drews, exhibition manager, in- dicated it could be done. close lo capacity for the rodeo and chuckwagon evenls. Officials indicated the rodeo would come close to breaking even financially this year; the stage shows would lose money Tory chief speaks here on Thursday Progressive Cons ervadve leader Peter Lougheed will be in Lethbridgo Thursday eve- ning as part of a three day lour of southern Alberta. Mr. Lougheed will address an election campaign rally, lo be attended by Conservative candidates from southern rid- ings, at the east end of Hender- son Lake park at p.m. Thursday. If the weather is unfavorable, the rally will be held inside, at the east end o[ the exhibition Mr. Lougheed is expected to arrive in Lethbridge shortly be- fore the rally, and will leave Friday morning. His lour of southern Alberta begin? Wed- nesday morning and ends Fri- day evening. OUR OSCAR McCREADY-BAINES HAS A CAMERA TO FIT ANY BUDGET Corno in and see nny of these lower priced unils. Ask for a free demonstration! KOMCA C35 coupled 99.95 I KONICA AUTO 52 Manual cr aulomalic op- eration. Manu. Sugg, list 122.95 OUR LOW PRICE, ONLY I RICCOH HI-COLOR 35 Inslanf winding Manu. Susa. list 89.95 OUR LOW gr 04.73 Automatic, wilh range finder. Monu. Sugg, list 79.50 OUR LOW AO OC PRICE, ONLY O7.7J I YASHICA MINIMATIC EL Somi automatic wilh range finder Munu. Sugg, list OUR LOW PRICE, ONLY PRICE, ONLY Many, many others to choosa from on displayl "WHERE SA'.ES ARE BACKED BY SERVICE" 119.95 no nr O0.7J McCREADY-BAINES _ PHARMACY LTD. CHARGEX 614 3rd Avo. S. Phono 327-3555 WATERTON PHARMACY ITO. in Watorlon National Park Gyro slate Allan Clark of Dawson Creek was elected governor of the Gyro District 8 at the annual convention which concluded in Lethbridge during the weekend. Mr. Clark replaced past gover- nor, Jack Runayn of Spokane. Dr. Keith Lowings of LeUi- bridge was elected first licu- lenant-governor of me district while Ray Wallace of Nelson was chosen as second lieu- lenanl-governor. Social security officer coming A representative of tho United Slates social security administration will he in Al- berta for Uirce days in early August to answer questions re- garding U.S. social security matters. Raymond will be at the Canada Pension Plan office in Edmonton Aug. 3, and at the consulate general's office in Calgary Aug. 4 and 5. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDS. PHONE 327-2822 RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITIONING and WINDOW COOLERS CHARLTON and HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVENUE S. PHONE 328-3388 PREFINISHED WOODGRAIN HARDBOARD Sheets 4'x8' "Theres so darn many changes going on of city hall If your in the mood for some fabulous food It's 1 Colour Only Summer Beech LIMITED QUANTITY IDEAL FINISH FOR: RUMPUS ROOMS, LIVING ROOMS, OFFICES We invito You to View our Fine Selection of: BREAD and PASTRIES Fresh doily by Master Bakers) You will enjoy the quality there's none boiler in Lotribridgel_________ SVEN ERICKSEN'S FINE FOODS AND PASTRY SHOP 2 LOCATIONS Cei. M.M. Drivo, 3rd Avo. S. Phono 328-816] 1705 Moyor Magralh Drivo Phono 328-7752 ;