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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? You pay no tnora to deal through a travel agent for mado direct with an We can issue your at no extra cot I. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALI PHONE 328-3201 The letWnridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lclhbridgc, Alberta, Monday, August 21, VAGES 9 TO 13 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lti AVE. S. PHONE 328-7IJ1 "Do you have a iparft pair of gloilei for holiday From Cambridge Bay, N.W.T. Eskimo youths enjoy city visit By CATHIE TIET1 Herald Stall Writer The Seekers, a group of eight Eskimo boys from Cambridge Bay, N.W.T., toured the Jap- anese gardens in Ixjthbridgo Saturday, as well as enjoying a refreshing break at the Hender- son Lake swimming pool. The boys left Cambridge Day, on Victoria Island, Aug. J2, and will return Aug. Cambridge Hay is air (riles north of Edmonton. Included in their lour of At- licrla have been Edmonton, Olds, Calgary, Medicine Hal, and Lcthbridgc, and the group will continue on to Banff and U.C. lo pick fruit. experiences were en- countered by the group where- ever it went, as most of tho Joe Ohokannoak and Jorgcin Komak rest from a busy schedule have never been away from the Bay. Some, however, have been down to Fort Simpson, N.W.T to go lo school, and some havo been to Edmonton. But, for the moist parl, the big cities with trains, elevator electric doors, bus and car travel, televisions, drive-in res- taurants and city traffic were fascinating to the boys. The new farm experiences gained were climbing trees, digging vegetables, horseback riding, milking and taking a whiff or two of. barns. The heat was complained of often, but a new fun-filled sport they learned to help them "combat" Ihc heat, was a few dips in the swimming pool. They felt the tour of the Ta- ber cannery was the most edu- cational and interesting so far on the trip, but their first en- counter with a pair of swim, ming trunks and swimming pool in Olds, Aug. 13, (he most fun. The boys earned their own grocery and spending money by running a concession booth at the movies three times a week, organizing a baby-sitting club, and helping to unload planes. They received a travel grant from the federal government for air travel from Cambridge Bay to Edmonton. The boys were J organ Komak, 10. Joe Ohokannoak, 15, David Omilgoitok, 13, Jerry Oyakyoak, 13, Allen Kudlak, lli, George Kavanna, 14, C o 11 i n Wood, 14 and Isaac Katalok, 15. Co-ordinalors and chaperones for the trip were Henry and Darlene Young, of Cambridge Hay. The Youngs brought their children Susan, 15, Mike, 14, Bill, 13, Julie, 10, Jennivcr, 8, Paul, G, and Teresa, 5. BEAT THE HEAT These 15 young people hove found a way to beat the heal is rather unusual to them. They are from Cambridge Bay, N.W.T., and most ore experiencing swimming pools for the firsl lime this summer. On the Alberta tour are left la right: Paul Young, 6, Teresa Young, S, Susan Young, 16, Julie Young, 10, The Japanese Garden is something new to George Kavonna and Jerry Oyakyoak. Water seminar Oct. 13, 14 A two-day Water Users Sem- inar will held at the Lcth- nridgc Community College Oct. 13 and 14. Factual information will be exchanged on all lypes of wa- ter users and those affected by water u-se from the entire Old- man River Water Basin area. The seminar will also contain a section on water pollution. The Lelhbridgo Chamlxsr of Commerce-sponsored seminar is being organized by Dr. C. IX Stewart, president of LCC. Allen Kudlok, 16, David Omilgolok, 13, Jerry Oyakyoak, 13, George Kavanna, 14, Jorgen Komak, 16, Joe Ohakan- noak, 15, l--oac Kalolok, 15, Colleen 14, Miks Young, 14, Jennifer Young, 8 and Bill Young, 13. The Youngs aro children of chaperones Henry and Darlene Young. "New trailer park work progressing CUFF BLACK, Certified DenTal Mechanic BLACK DENTAL IAB MfDICAL DENTAL BtDC. Lowor Lovot PHONE 327-2822 AIR CONDITIONING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd. For lha host buy in Air Conditioning Phono 327-5616 SF.XUAI, EQUALITY The univcrsily PiiD was the first real inroad towards the liberation of women. Ever hear of a Mrs. (or Miss or Ms.) Dr. Smith? EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZEL 317 7th STREET SOUTH 20% OFF EXTERIOR PAINTS SWP A-100 LATEX SWP EXTERIOR OIL BASE Whifo and Colon Discontinued Deep Colors SUPER KEM TONE Interior latex. SPECIAL, Ol.................. KEM GLO SEMI GLOSS SPECIAL, Ol- 1.49 1.75 1972 PATTERNS WALLPAPER CLEARING AT 20% OFF SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT AND WALLPAPEK 321 6lh Street S. Phone 327-B321 327-02T1 Jerry Oyakyoak comes up for air after a dip in the Henderson pool. Scouts visit city Lcttibriclgc city police liosled group of 14 Explorer Scouts of America and two adult ad- visors, nil from Helena, Mont., during a weekend visit to the city The scouts, both boys and girls, arc of a special post devoted to learning about and career preparation for po- lice work. Hob Batch, an advisor to the .scouts, said their post is dc- sipi'xl to lielp interested young persons learn about policing as a career. Work is progressing toward n Oct. 1 opening of the Bridge 'ilia Estates mobile home park n north Lettibridge. The main water and incs arc in and crews started this morning servicing the 120 ots in the subdivision, north- west of 13th St. and 18th Ave. N. Columnist receives grant Margaret Lucklmrst, a Leth- bridge Herald columnist, has been notified that she will re- ceive a grant from the department of culture youth and recreation for financial as- sistance in researching her his- tory of the Royal North West Mounted Police. The book will be published by Southern Printers of Leth- bridge. John Gillese. supervisor of the creative writing division o( the department, said the vol- ume will "be making a contri- bution !o (lie heritage history of the province." About eight o! the lots will he used for show-home display. The rest will be rented for a month for single and for douhle lots, Bridge Villa owner Ray Chambers said. Rent in- cludes electricity, sewage, wat- er, garbage collection and cahlevision. Between 35 and 40 persons have confirmed they want to rent lots, Mr. Chambers said. Tho Northbridgo project will i have a central sen-ice building j and park. j Future plans call for expan- Ision to the nortb, which will i double the number of available mobile home lots. He said the entire group !n eluding the girls, has complei ed special FBI combat course in the use of both pistols and sawecl-off shotguns, nnd two of the older scouts have qualified as police dispatchers. Ixrthbridgc Police C hi c I lialph MichDlsor. (old The Her- aiii Jio lias instructed youth guidance branch of the city po- lice to look into the program ami the formation of a similar group in I.cthbridge. WHEELCHAIRS There are people wheelchairs In Canada. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th SI. 5. Phona 328-4095 NILODOR All purpois concen- trated deodorizer, One drop is enough Quickly neutralizes odors In: Rest Rooms Kennels etc, 200 Drop Bottle ONLY Call Hardware 327-5767 DOWNTOWN ft. George Kavonna pose in front of the IIKCKIVKS DKOIIK.I.; Peter Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Barry Allan of 2117 II Ave. .S. received his dotfrce in civil enfiiiiecring at tlic Univer- sity of Cnlfljiry. Mr. Allan will work in liritisli Columbia the (ioveviimenl Pollution Con- Lrol Ceiilrc. and David Omilgoitok gong. POSTAL NOTH Salo of posl.ige stamps, post' age meter settings nul cash rc- ceipl.s for mail posted totalled at the post office las( monlli. This cnm- parcd wilh tho amount, of SCO, 603 during July 1971. WHAT IS AN ITCH? II may ilott off as just a lillle "tingly" sensation that a quick rub so cms to take care of. Bur, il may end up as an almost urge to scrapo off part of your skin. It could come about as the result of a bite-fly, mosquito, gnat, ck; a food that doesn't agree with your body chomislry chorolnte, a poor chorco of 1 oak or ivy, It may also reiuEt from seme organic illness, simple or seriout. Just as there are numerouj cciuses of tho Mch so there are medicines thai can help to re- lievo il. Which one? Your physician will be able to pinpoint the cause of your itching problem nnd recommend one of lha many preparations we stock. Don't scratch ncedkssFy. GEORGE nnd ROD SAY Wo check your prostriplion in twenty wciyt Here's two more 7. Explain directions, if necessary lo faciliEula use of medication. 8 Enter prescription information on your per- sona] end permanent family record card, WATCH FOR 12 MORE! DRAFFSN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Haiti Mcrfkol Bldg. 401 5111 St. S. 601 6lh Ave. S. freo Delivery Call 328-6133 Call 327-3364 AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. Regular Tuesday Evening SaEe August 22nd p.m. 1967 250cc Twin Allstate Motorcycle Ping pong tobfe Large me la I ccunler on c oilers; Good circular saw; Folding door, 2 real good kitchen RoIIaway Nice porlable sewing machine, Commercial vacuum, Smoll porlable 7V, Double sink. Book- cose, of sealers; Gas fridge; Electric fridges; Lawn mowers; G.M. Ion rear bumper; Spark plug sand blaster; Sfcp Doors and windows; Wringer washers; Small pool table; 2 polio chairs; lamps; Ranges; Televisions, 1957 BRITISH FORD ZODIAC 4 door 6 cylinder standard Twin beds box and matlresi and head- (like Single bed wilK box spring and matlresij Bicyclej Cheslerf and choirs; Camp cot; Vocuurn Quantify of 4 x 8 fibre boards, 15 new bathtubs. Chinchil- Small metal table; Trunkij Mony more Items too numer- ous to list. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES Phone 327-1222 2508 2nd Ave. N. Auctioneer; Bill HOPE-Lic. 643 FEED HAWTHORNE Solei Representative ;