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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta RY NOW and CAIOARY to GLASGOW DAILY DffAITUtK For travtl orrongwntnti and Infomallon conlocti ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Villas M-w MMIM U of L students elect Ken Runge Ken Runge, 23-year-old politi- cal science student won a land- slide victory Friday over three other candidates for the presi- dency of the University of Lethbridge Students' Society Council for the 1971-72 term. The election saw 21 students contest eight vacant council posts. Of eligible voters, actually cast ballots. On the preferential ballot, Mr. Runge had votes compared to for Tom Snell, 899 for Tim McHugh and 329 for Alden Butterfield. Tony Dimnik was elert'ted in- ternal vice-president; and Al Kimmel, external viee-presi dent. Mike Carnell beat out one other candidate lor the position of public relations co-ordinator. Keith Ferguson and Doug Hudson were elected third- fourth year representatives. Chris Anton and Patricia Dow- er were named as second-year representatives. Three other council positions were filled earlier by ac- clamation. Independent Canada group plans branch in Lethbridge An organizational meeting for the formation of a Leth- bridge branch of the Commit- tee for an Independent Canada Youths tackle 30-mile trek on snowshoes Six youths took off from the West Castle ski run this morn- ing for a 30 mile cross country trip t) Red Rock Canyon in Waterton Lakes National Park. Wearing snow shoes and carrying back packs, the youths expect to arrive at Ret Rock Canyon late Sunda; where they are to be picked up by snow vehicles and taken to Waterloo. The expedition is in support of the purposes of the Alberta Wilderness Association. It is believed that this is the tot time the West Castle to Red Rock Canyon trip, which covers some exceptionally nig- ged! and high mountain terrain, has been attempted on snow shoes. The six youths, who pre- fer to remain anonymous for the present, are from the Lund- breck area. vill be held Wednesday at 7 >.m. at Ericksen's Family Res- aurant. The committee, initiated last year as a pressure group not aligned with any political jarty, is dedicated to the. poli- :al and economic indepen- dence of Canada. Some of the areas of particu- lar concern are foreign owner- ship of industries and business, culture, sports, and trade union autonomy. The committee was estab- lished by about 100 persons, in- cluding Le Devoir's Claude Ryan publisher Jack McClel- land, former cabinet minister Walter Gordon and radio star Max Ferguson. The Lethbridge meeting, open to the public wffl feature JM Clark of High River, pub- isher and former special assis- tant to Progressive Conserva- tive leader, Robert Stanfield. The committee is currently starting organizations in Alber- a and plans to hold a drive to the end of March for peti- tion signatures. The petition will urge that elected repre- sentatives make1 'Canadian au- tonomy a top priority. It will be presented to Prime Mims- sr Trudeau. PHOTO Anglo Distributors Stereo Photographic Centre 419 5th Street South Phon. 328-4922 Tax payments taxes at city hall for the week ending Feb. 19 to- talled almost double the amount for the same period last year. Payments to date are well ahead of last year. This year's figure is last year only in prepaid taxes had been collected. COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 DR. GERALD C. NORDSTROM Practice of CHIROPRACTIC ANNOUNCEMENT PRIVATE PRACTICE IS NOW OPEN AT CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-1644 24 HOUR SERVICE WEEKEND SPECIAL FAMILY DINNER FOR 2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN Chicken Chow Mein and Sour Spareribi Deep Fried Shrimps, Breaded or Pineapple Chicken Chicken Fried Rica ALL FOR ONLY 3 .95 Delivered to Your Piping Holl Open Weekdays 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday. February 20. 1971 PAGES 13 TO 28 It', a GREAT DAY to JBVE KBYONt'S FAVOXITI (Special Prices on Bulk Orden) ERICKSEN'S 3021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 Cool, clear days ahead or south An extensive high pressure stem lying over most of Al- lerta will tend to "cool things a during the weekend, ut temperatures are expected remain above seasonal wrmals. The sun seems to be an ever no-easing factor in pushing mperatures higher and high- er as it continues its annual tre. k north and the days grad- illy grow longer. The result that the sun rays strike the arth at a more perpendicular and heat absorption is more intense. Sunrise Sunday rill be a.m. and sunset at p.m. Temperatures today should reach a maximum of about 30 above, dropping down notice- bly overnight to near zero. Vinds will be light and skies lear. Friday's high and low tem- peratures were 33 above and 13 ibove. Record temperatures for 20 are 60 above set In 1916 and'41 below set in 1918. City worker is honored at retirement Twenty years of service with the city by Max Kurze was recognized this week at a birth- day retirement party at the Civic Sports Centre. Mr. Kurze, retiring on his 65th birthday, was an operator ior the parks and recreation department, working at swim- ming pools in the summer ana skating rinks in the -winter. He said his big regret was that he would "Miss the kids' although he intended to con- tinue working with the Sugar Kings hockey club. The first Black Welsh cattle ever imported into Canada ar- rived in Calgary today. The two bulls, 24 and 15 months old, are owned by four Alberta men. One is owned jointly by Clark Lund, Rose- mary, Harry Nietz, Stettler and Dr. D. C. Lund of Taber. The other is owned by Eronc Lund of Duchess. The bulls will be taken to the B.C. Artificial Insemmination Center in Calgary as soon as they arrive, where they will be used in semen production for about one year. Dr. Lund, said se men should be available from the bulls within two weeks, and will be selling for a vial. The Black Welsh are said to be an extremely hardy breed well-suited for the severe Cana- ian climate. Fast growth and ample milk are also said to be acteristics of the breed. Model railroad The 4th annual motfel rail display will be held fron 1-6 p.m. each day Feb. 27 and 28 at the Bowman Arts Cent" in Lethbridge. The display is sponsored b> the Lethbridge Model Railroad club and is open to the public PHONE THE 327-0240 327-2297 LOTUS SSES CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDS. PHONE 327-2822 The bulls are only the first shipment of the cattle which will arrive in Canada. Thirty-eight females owned by about four Alberta and Saskatchewan cattlemen are scheduled to arrive in Canada later in the year. South ians see Bruins beat Oakland Nii-ety four south Albertans vatched the Boston Bruins lank the Oakland Seals 5 0 ast night in Oakland. They were members of a charter flight which left Lethbridge Friday afternoon. The flight, organized by Art Teachers plan contract talks A special general meeting of all city teachers has been call- ed for Monday to discuss con- ract negotiations for the cur- rent year and possible steps to be taken in future negotiations. Joe Berlando, the Alberta Teachers' Association welfare officer from Edmonton, will at- tend the meeting, held after school hours-at Hamilton Ju- nior High School. _____ Lethbridge and Medicine Hat teachers and school boards are negotiating jointly this year for the first tune. fine Donald Twarowski, 23, of Hfflcrest, was fined for as- sault after an altercation with another motorist who refused to move his car to let Twa- rowsgi complete a turn. Twarowski pleaded guilty to the assault charge. Historical society meet in Edmonton The Alberta Historical So ciety is holding its annual meet ing today in Edmonton. Richard Secord of Winter urn, Alberta, will receive th society's annual award of mer at the meeting. The award is given for ou! landing interest and accon jlishment in the field of wes' crn Canadian history. Williams Wonderful World of Travel' located in Centre Vil- age Mall, was one of the first barters of its kind subscribed ut of Lethbridge. The travellers stayed in the Oakland Hilton overnight and vill return to Lethbridge this evening. In the game, Bruin's star Bobby Orr picked up one.goal and three assists. SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES often copied... never equaled Fender Instruments have earned world wide recognition for quality and workmanship. MOVING? CALL ,NY SUZUKI YOU CHOOSE IS U1LT TO TAKE ON THE IOUNTRY. SEE THE SUZUKI TC-90R BLAZER WE DONT SAY WE'RE THE BEST i. HW I vk'IW ti FronTThe VAN LINES CPR Dep0t PARAMOUNT THEATRE BUILDING________ MBMBHMBM I OUR CUSTOMERS DO Ride- it on slreet or troll. 8 spd. duol-ronge Irons. Tube frame. CCI automatic lube Dual passenger seat. Alum, rotary-valve engine. 6 month mile war- 01 ranty. ONLY ?H77.7J See the other 1971 Suzukis on display. Complete Parts and Service WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Open Thurs. and Frl. till 9 p.m. Serving Southern Alberta For Over 30 Yearsl DAY ONLY! THURSDAY FEBRUARY 25th SPECIALS EFFECTIVE UNTIL FEB. 27TH artvlHLj TUNE-UP SPECIAL INCLUDES PARTS AND LABOR SIX CYLINDER Reg. 24.50 EIGHT CYLINDER Reg. 31.00 16.95 22.95 STEVE SPISAK Wa will install Aulolite spark plugs, points and condenser Complete check on Sun Engine Analyzer Clean battery posts Check charging system Condition of engine Check PCV valve Condition of distributor Condition of spark plug wires Adjust carburetor idle mixture All work guaranteed B.F. GOODRICH SUPER TIRE SALE SPECIAL PURCHASE CLEAR OUT F78xl4 (775x14) CUSTOM LM 4 PLY NYLON If 05 BW Reg. 20.85. NOW 078-14 (825x14) CUSTOM IM 4 PLY NYLON IT OC BW Reg. 24.30. NOW 11 G78xl4 (825x14) SILVERTOWN CUSTOM 95.95 4 PLY NYLON WW. Reg. 34.70. NOW 47P8LY4POLYKTE4R DUAL WHITEWAll M Reg. 39.90. NOW ONLY (825x15) DUAL WHITEWALL Ol OC Reg 60.60. NOW ONLY I H78xl4 or 15 (655x14 or 15) 4 PLY NYLON SILVERTOWN CUSTOM WHITEWALL. Reg. 41.00. NOW ONtY FBrC WE WIU INSTALL AND BALANCE rKfct AT THESE PRICES SAVE ON OIL CHANGES BUY OUR ROYAL TRITON OILS WE WILL INSTALL AN OIL FIUER FOR HALF PRICE I Most Spin On Filters 3.90 1 QC 4 YOUR PRICE Most Cartridge Fillers 2.93 1 A C YOUR PRICE UNION 76 MAGRATH SERVICE Mayor Magralh Drive and 4lh Ave. S. Phono 328-9766 STOP IN AND GAS UP FOR FREE GIFTS Jerni A. E. CROSS lethbridgo 327-2673 Taber 223-2402 ;