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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta DID "U" KNOW FT only enjoy a 2 country mile 30 day triangle trip. Visit Calgary, Van- couver, San Francisco, Los Angelei, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary. Stop where you long as you want. For further clelails contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 328-3201 or 328-8184 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, August 13, 1971 PAGK.S 11 TO 2-1 ERICKSEN'S PASTRY SHOP 3rd Avc., M.M. Drive S. Phone 328-8161 "The Pioneer and Leading Relall Shop in Lelhbridge" FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS Store charged under closing bylaw By LARDY BENNETT Staff Writer City police report charges have been laid against the Cen- tre Village IGA Grocery Store for a vioalion of Ihe city's ear- ly closing bylaw. A cbmplaint was reportcdly madc by a private citizen July 19. The grocery store has been operating on a 9 a ra. to 9 p.m schedule Monday through Fri day and a 9 a.m. to G p.m schedule Saturdays for alxm; live weeks. The store's new hours are in direct opposition to the G p.m closing time on Mondays arc Tuesdays and Hie 1 p.m. clos ing time on Wednesdays as se by the early closing bylaw. The bylaw regulates the hours during which local mer Andy Russell to he honored Andy Russell of Waterton Park naturalist, author, lec- turer, photographer and con- servationistof international re- nown is to be honored by the Canadian Parks and Recrea- tion Association Aug. 19 in Ed- montcn. He is being cited for out- standing achievement and con- ANDY HUSSELL :LIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic SLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLOG. PHONE 327-2B22 tribution in the fields of parks and recreation. Mr. Russell will be one of a very select group of Canadians who have ever been so honored. He was nominated for the award by the city's parks and recreation commission. Mr. Russell has had wildlife and conservation articles pub- lished in such discriminating publications as Time, Life, Out- door Life, Field and Stream and Sports Afield. He has lectured across Can- ada and the U.S. to organiza- tions and universities. Major film productions include Kocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep and Grizzly Country. His book, Grizzly Country, has been distributed interna- tionally and has been printed in Braille by the Congressional Library in Washington. He now is working on Tales of a Moun- tain Man which recalls the transition from the times of the Winters and trappers to the present. An indication of the esteem in which he is held might be drawn from the time he lec- tured to the Sierra Club of Cali- fornia when he was presented with the keys to the city, or in 1968 when he became the first Canadian to ever be invited to .ecture to the Pasadena City workshop for writers, attended by writers from throughout the U.S. He was also the first person i the category of photo-jour- nalist to ever lecture to the workshop. In nominating Mr. Russell, the parks and recreation com- mission said: "Canada's last great writer of the animal world was Ernest Thompson Seton. Russell is picking up where he left off." chants may do business and in eludes service stations, food stores, department stores and others. A summons has been issued and a representative of the store is to appear in Leth- bridge magistrate's court Aug. 18. It is believed lie only action to be taken at the first court appearance will be an adjourn- ment to allow the cdty council further time to study the re- cently-disputed bylaw. The probability of a trial will be dependent on the decision reached by th c council about the bylaw. A public meeting to gauge opinion about the bylaw is to be held in the Civic Sports Centre gymnasium Aug. 25 at 8 p.m. Council has invited all inter- ested parties to present written submissions about the bylaw at this meeting. David Lewis m city Aug. 26 David Lewis, federal leader of the New Democratic Parly, mil hold a press conference in Lethbridge and a rally in Blair- more Aug. 26. The evening rally in Blair- more is being held in support of Dr. Clarence Smith, NDP candidate in Pinclvr Creek in :.he Aug. 31) provincial election. Mr. Lewis is spending four days in Alberta, Aug. 23-20, campaigning for his party. Former federal party leader T. C. Douglas will campaign in Alberta this weekend. His cam- will be confined to Edmonton and several northern Alberta ridings. Provincial NDP leader Grant Motley will address a rally in Creek Tuesday at 8 p.m. Man injured Marvin Barker, about 30, o Jillon, Montana, is in seriou ondition in Calgary Genera lospital as a result of a single chicle accident early Tburs ay morning on Highway 2. RCMP report his semi-traile: nit left the highway and enter ed Mosquito Creek about IV miles north of Kanton at .m. Heat wave cracks The Lethbridge area heat wave is finally broken well, it's at least cracking a little. Today's lilgii temperature was expected to be 20 to 25 de- grees "ower than the Thursday high of 96 degrees, which was three degrees Mew the 1940 record of 99 degrees for that date. The weatherman said thi morning there was no way tern peraturcs today would read the 1906 record of 99 degrees The overnight low was 59 de- grees tonight's overr.igh !nv expected tr be in the 50-5 degree range, giving houses chance to cool off and resident a chance to get a good night' Saturday and Sunday thi mc-cury is c .-ecled to be in the degree range, abou 10 degrees below what the area has been experiencing the las cuople cr veek No precipitation is forecas until early next week vhen a weather system on the wes coast i.- expected to bring sho1. -ers to this area. DINE AND DANCE SATURDAY TO P.M. 'THE METROS" NO COVER CHAROEI SUNDAY DINING ENJOYMENT We Present DINNER MUSIC by., Len Zoetemcm Accordionist 6 to 8 p.m. PHONE 328-7756 FOR RESERVATIONS CHROME TRIM RINGS STICK-ON LEVEL FOR CAMPERS AND TRAILERS CUSTOM WHEELS DATSUN VOLKSWAGEN TOYOTA CAR TOP CARRIERS SATURDAY MORNING ONLY ALL TACHOMETERS 10% Off SPECIAL AFTERNOON ONLY ALL KOOL SEATS 10% Off SEAT COVERS FLOOR MATS TRAILER TOW MIRRORS GAUGES SHIFTERS SPEAKERS MIDLAND AUTO SUPPLY (197K LTD. "House of Custom Auto Accessories" 421 5th St. S. Lefhbridgo Speaker here Saturday Health and Social Develop men' Minister Ray Speaker wil be in Lethbridge Saturday to meet the public. Mr. Speaker will attend e public reception at the head quarters of Dick Gruemvald, So- cial Credit candidate for Leth- bririjje West, 323 7th St. S., from 2 to 4 p.m. Peigaii 'first' The Peigan Indians are going to try for a first for an Alberta Indian reserve when the an- nual rodeo lakes place Sept. 4- Henry Foils, Peigan band manager said this morning the band has apphed to the pro- vincial government for permis- sion to hold a garden dur- ing the three day event. The occasion will also be used to officially open new ro- deo grounds recently construct- ed on the reserve under a rec- reation grant from the provin- cial government. Fire calls Lethbridge firefighters an- swered two minor fire calls during the night. The first call shortly after 9 p.m. resulted from hot pipe ash- es which were accidentally dropped inlo a waste paper saskct at Ihe C. A. Looke Of- 'ice Equipment Ltd. office at 250 13th St. N. No damage resulted from a garbage fire near Ventura Place and J2lh Avc. N shortly :ifler .11 p.m. B.C. charge Clarance Larson of Victoria, 5.C., will he Inkcii back to B.C., by (be HCMP vhcrc he will be tried for auto lieft. Larson was arrcslcd and charged with car theft in Uic 500 block of 7lh SI. S. Thursday iflcrnoon as he was seen park- ng a car matching the de- scription of one stolon from Nanaimo, B.C., last week. City police reported arvangc- ncnls a r e currently bc-iii" nadc by the HCMP to trans- lorl. Larson so he can ;land rial. IIAPI1) HARVEST Modern machinery can har- es', enough wheat in one hour o produce flnn- for oaves of bread. The 13th of Friday has a long history By BREII NOSMIOJ Slalf Writer Friday the 13th unlucky? No one will ever convince thousands of southern Alber- tans of this. Who in his right mind would wake up on Ihe first reasonably cool day in weeks and call it an unlucky day? Somewhere, somehow, some group of 13 sitting down to din- Or it could be that it all start- ed with another dinner ono held by 19. rods in Valhalla. Loki. The gcd of mischief ar.d the 13th pitst (uninvited) was responsible for the death of Balder on that occasion. The Romans, loo, felt the number 13 was a symbol of death, destruction and misfor- pjerriin must have decided to tune, throw out tradition and do Take the rr.yuis surrounding what he could to bring in a ]3, combine them whole pile of good luck for heat- with those associated with Fri- suffering southerners. I day and the result is a most Whoever he is, he's going powerful omen, ogainst a tradition that has j One bright spot. Being born been firmly entrenched over on the 13lh is supposed to be large parts of the world for lucky, as is being born on a thousands of years. Friday Happy birthday to ail those born on Friday the 13Ui. According to one theory, the bad luck association with the day Friday began whan Adam and Eve were driven from the garden of Eden, just before the Hit of the weekend. Finding a tradition that dates back fur- ther would be hard to find in- deed. Others take he view that ill luck and Friday became associ- ated in people's minds because the Crucifixion occurred on that day. Whatever the reason, the con- nection is there. It takes va- rious forms. Some feel it is had luck to go courting on Friday. Some folks say if you sing on Friday you'll weep on Sunday. The superstition that it is bad luck to start a journey on Fri- day is so well-known that some Participants are scheduled to Cataract (Creek tour Sunday Barring a forest closure, a tour of the Cataract Creek-Wild River area in the Alberta Rockies west of High River will be conducted Sunday by Dennis J'acDonaM, a fishery biologist with the department of lands and forests. The tour will begin at 9 a.m. ocean liners, scheduled to leave Friday, wait until one minute after midnight and start out Saturday. Even better known than the bad luck-Friday association is the firm conviction [hat 13 is the unluckiest numner in the world. Again, the origins have been traced to early Christianity. There were 13 people at The Last Supper. (It is still be- lieved that misfortune or death will befall at least one of any meet at the campground on the Lor.gvicw forestry truck road link where the Cataract Creek joins the Hjgmvcod River. Representatives of conserva- tion groups and individual con- servationists are ir.vi'cd. FRIDAY THE 13TH This is Stuart walacko of lelh- bridge. He is a friend of Joe Btfsplk. Joe's litlle black cloud is direcfly above Stuart. Too bod, Sluarl. Joe Btfsplk is not a good person Jo have for a friend, not on Friday Ihe 13th. Eaton's manager promoted James Bcgg. manager of Ibe Abridge Eaton's store for wo years, has been promoted o group sales and merchandise lanager for a number of de- arlments in (be Winnipeg lore. He and Ilis family will be caving Ihe city next month cr (lie new manager, as yet ot appoinlod, lakes over duties crc. Plianuacy Fads NDP Youth rally tonight Tlia New Democratic Party will hold two election cam- paign events within the next few days. An NDP youth rally will be held Friday at 7 p.m. at the northeast corner of Henderson Lake Park. Lethbridge NDP candidates Doug Poile and Klaas (Charlie) Buijert will at- tend. On Monday at 8 p.m., Mr. Poile will make his first public speech of the campaign at the Rainbow Hall. Mr. Poile is the party1- candidate for Leth- bridge East. RELIEVES GAS PAINS NEW 1600 V.W. ONLY PER MONTH 1970 MAVERICK Automalic, Radio Only 4llCft miles ?ZI3U 1969 Ford Hardtop 1968 VW. Deluxe 1965 Plymoulh VB, Al NEW 8' TRUCK CAMPER From RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. 3rd Ave. and 16th St. S. Sales 328-4539 Car lof 328-4356 First to CAMM'S for Shoes O. from C. STUBBS No More Plant Watering Worries From 10 Days to 4 Weeks Wilh OASIS SELF WATERING PLANTERS PRICED FROM UP FRACHES FLOWER SHOP 322 4th Street S. Phone 327-2666 Flying is becoming so com- mon that I'm going lo talk for a moment today about a few of (he precautions both civilian and military pilots should con- sider drugs are concerned. While it's possi- ble you may have ;ncver heard of this, the laking of sodium bicarbon- ate before flying high allitudcs can dangerous. This is high altitudes, (lie j bicarb (ends (o release carbon dioxide in amounts wliicli could cause ,1 serious inlragsslric pressure. And bow many air- men know thai they should re- frain from flying for at least hvclve (12) hours aflor laking antibiolics like penicillin, ery- Ihroniycin and lelracyclino? So, if you're flying and laking drugs, i please do ask us about possible side effects which can be dan- Rerous lo you. Here nl Sluhhs Pharmacy, we'rc always glad lo answer your nueslions. We always have lime lo explain hnw lo use your prescriptions, or anything else we have for you hero al 150fi mil Avc. S. Open daily a.m. lo p.m. Sundays and Holidays p.m. lo p.m. nnd p.m. to p.m. then Go lo the head of the class CLASSMATES and SAVAGE CHILDREN'S SHOES Quality Comfort Style in new misses slylei Bown wel look tie Brown suede fie 2 tone suede lie Saddle oxfords in navy and while and 2 lone brown and beige TOPS IN STYLE FOR FALL '71 NEW LISA DEBS Available in black, red and navy wet look. WE SPECIALIZE IN WHITE DUTY SHOES clerks, clc. JUST ARRIVED! Joyce In white wet look wilh natur- crope sole. AAA width in sizes 7-10. AA widlh in sizei 7-JO, 9 width in sizes 6-10. OOMPHIES DUTY SHOES Only 10.95 SAVAGE WHITE UNIFORM in AA 10 B widths Ask to see Ihe many new styles for foil in comfortable stylish JOYCE SHOES CAMM'S 403 5th Street S. SHOES ;