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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta DID "U" KNOW For only vnfoy a 2 country mila 30 day Irianglo trip. Visil Calgary, Van- couver, Sun Francisco, Los Angeles, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgqry. Stop where you long as you want. For further details conlacl: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 328-3201 or 328-8184 The lethlniclcie Herald SECOND SRCTION Lcthbridge, Alberta, Saturday, August 21, 1971 PAGES 13 TO 28 It'j o GREAT DAY to SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITE fried 7j (Special OM Bum OrdernJ Vej ERICKSEN'S 1X1 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 Mclntyre Ranch involved in national TV commercial The McTntyrc Ranch south i Featured In the film is Les- of Mr.grath will be getting na-'lic Ncilson, a former star tional publicity on television when the Bank of Montreal launches a advertising campaign. A film crew from Montreal spent Friday nt the ranch shooting (he first1 part of a E of M television commercial which show that the bank serves Canaclinns across the country. SMI LEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 the television series The Bold Ones. It is the first commer- cial he has ever done. Mr. Ncil- son is recognized as one of I Canada's best actors. The film team and Mr. Ncil- son are moving across Canada, shooting various regions. They arrived in Lethbridge day from B.C. The group flew out cily parly this morning. they will not forget the Me- Inlyre Ranch hospitality. Kc- j iMicr will they forget Lcth- bridge on the way here their luggage was lost and while p urchasing new duds do town they received an over- time parking ticket. FINE ARTS, LITERATURE AND MUSIC This is one level of the three-floor University of Lelhbridge library which is now being set up for full operation Sept. 7. Im- plementing the Library Congress syslem of cataloguing, the above section on the Level 4 area is a straight re- search area wilh individual carrels for study along each walk The dollies at the end of the shelves were used to move parf of tlie boxes of books to the proper lo- cation in the right1 sequence to eliminate as much con- fusion as possible. Wilh volumes of books and volumes on microfilm material, the library will be lht? largest research information cenfre in southern Al- berta. Wilson Photo voters of the Volers lisU now have been j completed for the Aug. 30 pro- vincial elcclion in belli city rid- ings, and Ihe roh'raing offices repo.-l Lethbridge East has and enumerators in Lclhbridgc COMPLETE AIR CONDITIONING FEDOR'S REFRIGERATION Ph. 327-5816 C A Sheet Metal Ph. 328-5973 Lethbridge and District Oldtimers' PEMMICAN CLUB ANNUAL PICNIC SUNDAY, August 22nd 1 p.m. FOR MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES Picnic Sile second from west end of Henderson Lake on N. Parkside Drive TAKE BASKET tUNCH AND CUPS COFFEE, ICE CREAM, ETC. PROVIDED Sports evenli for dill roughly more eligible vo- ters than Lelhbridge West. In Lethbridge East there are 11003 voters registered, while Fx-thbridge West has only 10.- The difference resuHs from the fact Lethbridge East is a more populous riding, not from any difficulty in register i n g voiors in Lellibridge West. Voicrs lists have been post- An Open Letter To The Premier Dear Mr. Srtom, How's that strip mine coming along up at Can- more? That sure is progressive thinking on Ihe part of your Social Credit government, to allow a strip mining operation smack dab in the middle of some of the finest scenery in Ihe province. Thai's if, Mr. Premier. We don't want to let our natural resources slay in the ground. Got to turn them into dollars. But whal about all those tourist dollars thai ga driving along the Trnns-Canodn Highway by the strip mine? They're pre'ry valuable to Alberta, too. But they'll disappear mighty fast if we allow many more strip mines to scar our scenery. This mining operation is a pretty good example of the attitude of your gov- ernment to the wilderness environment of this province. Surely we can get a better balance of resource de- velopment and environmental protection than your government has produced. Time for a change, Mr. Premier? You'ro darn toolin'. Yours truly, Progressive Conservative Candidate DICK GRAY, Lethbridgo West Inserted by the Progreisivn Consorvnlivo Party of Lctlibridgo West Forum set An all-cnndidatcs political fo- rum sponsored by llic Leth- bridge Jnycccs will be held Wednesday aL 8 p.m. in Lhe Vales Centre. The forum is open to Llic pub- lic. STRETCH cd at each poll in Lethbridge East and at most Lethbridge West polls. Lisls will also be posted at both returning offices West have lists available at home. Any eligible voter missed by the enumerator may have his name added to the voters list by visiting or telephoning the returning office in his constitu- ency any time up to Avg. 28, when a revised list is to be prepared. Tire Lethbridge West relum- ing office is located at 2nd Avc. and 8th St. S., and the Leth- bridge East office is in Shop- pers World. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denfaf Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE tower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. PHONE 327-2822 Search party still seeking missing man A search continued today for GO-vear-old John Howralh of Rlairmore u'ho was reported missing Tuesday alter he failed to report for worlt. A crew of 45 men searched Friday and Ihe party continued (lie search this morning in the area near Window Mountain where the missing man's car iras found Tuesday. Included in the parly are RCMP officials, Alberta Forest Service personnel and private citizens. Firefighters and Junior Forest Rangers under the di- rection of G. A. Long-worth also are in the party. The area Ijeing searched is about 10 miles north of Cole- man. Large group urges: Close stores Mondays, open them Wednesdays JL v By JIM MAYHIE Stnlf Wrilrr Eleven brief.s bad been millctl in city hall by deadline Friday regarding the city's closing of shops bylaw. They will be discussed at a public hearing in (lie Civic Sports Centre at 8 p.m. Wed- nesday. Pnefs submilled by: p Centre Village Hall; Simp-j sons-Sears; Eaton's' Zellevs; IGA; Safeway; LVMarL; sup- pliers of building materials; a group of nine stores includ- ing Woojco, Hovl's, K r e s g e, Marshall Macleods, Simpsons-K ears, Zellers and Metropolitan; cus- tomers of Woolco and Zellers, favoring unlimited shopping' and by a group of 171 cily merchants, representing about 35 per cent of the retail stores. The brief presenled by the 171 merchants carried signa- tures of and operators of stores in shopping malls, North Lethbridge and South Lelhbridge. It calls for mandatory Monday closing, fi p.m. clos- ing Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday, and closing Thursday and Friday. It also j asks that the 10 days prior to Christmas, stores be lowed to open 9 a.m. (o p.m. daily. The merchant feel that Monday closing would give them and their staffs two full consecutive days of rest a week. The group feels that the Sun- day-Monday closing would re- sult in better family living for j their staffs and themselves j and better services to tbe pub- lic. If the closing bylaw were tn be thrown out, providing un- limited hours, the merchanls feel prices would have to in- crease, customer service would further decline, and staffs woujfl suffer. City and rural shoppers irauld have four days a week in which all services in (he city woi'ld be- ably at opening Saturday mor- day to I'YkJay including two nings if stores closed Moiidays. nights of late shopping, plus; The brief, not representing Saturday, v.'lien some bii.sinc'.is- drug stores, .service stations, es and offices are closed and i confectioneries and other sim- full sen-ice is not available iliir groups, is reported lo havo Some cily banks have indi-1 Ihe hacking of local beauti- cated they v, ould look favor- i cians. issue Voters in the Aug. 30 provin- cial election will again be vot- ing on the question of daylight time. If a majority of voters across the province favor daylight time it will probably be imple- mented every summer, start- ing next year. Under daylight time, the clock is advanced one boi'r dur- ing Ihe summer months fo pro- vide an extra hour of daylight in the evening. Alberta is one of the few areas in North Am- erica which remains on stan- dard time throughout the year. A plebiscite on tbe issue was narrowly defcaled in 19G7, when 51 per cent of the electorate voted against daylight time. A majority of voters in Ed- inouton, Calgary and Lcth- bridge favored daylight time in 10fi7 but the rural areas vot- I ed heavily against it. In Lcth- bridge, GO per cent voted for j Ihe measure. A simple majority will de- cide the question, as ivas the case in In most provinces of Canada which adopt daylight time, clocks are moved ahead in late April and back (o standard lime in lale October. Daylight time is generally favored by city dwellers, who enjoy an extra hour of day- i light i, the evening. Opposi- tion is greatest from farmers and drive-in theatre operators. Lethbridge Window Cleaners "20 Years of Service" PHONE 327-4037 see ui for fast, expert PHOTO MIKE HANZEL SHOE REPAIR EXTRA WEAK FOR EVERY PAIR 317 7lh STREET SOUTH Are you planning a ban- quet, wedding recepJion or social gathering soon? Let us prepare and serve a delicious meal lo your exact specifications. THE LOTUS BANQUET ROOM for up fo 125 persons is available at alf times. Phone early for reservations! JUST CALL 327-0240 OR 327-297 Across From The CPR Depot Anglo Distributors Stereo Photographic Centre 419 5th Street South Phone 328-6922 RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITIONING end WINDOW COOLERS CHARLTON and HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVENUE S. PHONE 328-3388 SS GET me FACTS- Slrtlch SlltthM, Now tomptilton an tuelltd BAIT. Our (15 01 d, suptRMATiC eon than our com- ptlllort' 1971 modeli, EArr. EINA. sum- rMU: MAtIC It rottdih. worldVmolt DON'T BUY UNTIL. YOU TRY Far fnt dimannrallm unmet SEWING CENTRE 401 5th Stmt South Phani-1174177 or M7.MII SHOW HOMES OPEN NOW at 25th St. and 12th Ave. N. FIVE FLOOR PLANS AND 15 STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM Three bedroom homes varying from 960 square feel to square feet, balfi and a ha IF, sliding pa'io doors. STANDARD FEATURES AT NO EXTRA COST Double slainlcss steel sinks Rolled formica counter lops Oak kitchen cabinets Slave hood exhaust fan Frost-frco mfrigeraior two door, 13 cu. it. 40 ounce nylon shag car- pet throughout (exccpl kit- chen and bnlhroom) !i in. fonm underlay 30 inch plrclr: rnnne Milk chu 0 Gravel driveway 6 Full bascmcm O Mosofc tile in bathroom shower head 6 Dryer coblr All legal fees 9 One years' fin? insurance Pnured rcnrrete sidewalks O One year warranly Domco lino in kilcl and ballu Double medicine cabinet Razor outlet in batliraom Shower Vanity ft 40 gallon holwatcr tark Humidifier Exlorior car plugs O Two exjcrior wnler outlets 3'j in. insulation Low Low Down Payments FEATURES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE EXCLUSIVE SALES AGENTS COLLEGE MAIL LETHBRIDGC, ALBERTA PHONE 328-3331 SHOW HOME 328-5382 ALONG THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL John ond Louise Anderson arc making a door fo door visil, handing oul brochures, name tags ond car stickers. They slopped for a cool drink wilh, Aland, Allisa, Annette and Travis, children of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thys of 1717 15 Avenue South, Lelhbridge. I riser led by Tho Lclhbridgc East Social Credit Constituency NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF A WOMAN ladies, blesi 'em, are recognized as The most exacting of the species. They seem To have a special eye for quality, and Demand near perfection especially when Cherished Phologropln are involved. They are another reason you thould Inslit on-