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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, July 3, 1970--------- Poetess-In-Residence At U Of L Summer School A poeless in residence is special feature of this year's University of Lethbridge sum- mer school. (The appointment is for the summer only, and is similar to ,he six month appointment of Mary Caroline Richards last rear as artist in residence. 3crsons so appointed are ex- oected to be available to assist nterested students, but teach no regular Miss May Swenson, appoint- ed to the position several months ago, is an internation- ally known poet with an ex- pensive list of publications and iiterary honors. Miss Swenson travels exten- sively throughout the United States and Canada, but has spent most of the past few years in the eastern U.S. The 1970 summer session is :he fourth offered by the U of The first was offered in the summer of 1967 actually the first classes offered by the university and enrolment Albi Caiman, left, Terri Illingsworth, Doug Hudson, Sharon West, at Paint-in Youth Action At Whoop-Days Will Feature Music And Fashion Whoop Up Days July 20-25 ire fast approaching and plans for youth activities at the fair are almost completed. The Youth Exhibition Board has announced- there is one more paint in at the Youth-a- Kama building Sunday and would be artists are asked to bring their own brushes. Doors will open at 1 p.m. During the fair, the Youth-a- Rama building will be used for commercial exhibits, the major- ity of them being youth orien- tated. The Coffee House this year will be three times the siza it was last year, says Doug Hud- son, a member of the exhibi- tion and youth exhibition board It will be located in back of the 4-H building. On Monday night the house will be open at p.m. with a fashion show and later, enter- tainment will be provided by two' local groups, Tear and a Smile, and We Two. On Tuesday night Ron La- place and his group and Bonnie Jean Dobek will entertain in the coffee house. On Wednesday night Bonnie Jean Dobek, Ron Laplace and Tear and a Smile will be at the coffee house. On Thursday, Friday and Sat- urday nights the Point of In- terest will entertain from 9 p.m. to p.m. and again at 10 p.m. until p.m. Other groups not announced yet will share in the entertain- ment on these three nights. A commercial fashion show with accent on youth will be held in ths coffee house Mon- day, Wednesday and Friday from p.m. until p.m. Diane Royer, is the youth board member in charge of the show will be sponsored by John Black's Men's Shop and Sweet Sixteen Ltd. The coffee house will provide a youth creation spectacular on Tuesday and Thursday from until p.m. The girls will make their own outfits, and do their own choreography and modelling. Harry Bailey will accompany them on the organ. There will be in prizes for the top outfits. To wind up youth activity at the fan-, the Gainsborough Gal- lery from Calgary will play at a dance to be held in the Ex- hibition Pavilion Saturday night from 9 p.m. until midnight. FIRST SLEEP OUT Tidying up at Park Lake after the first sleep out of the season are boys and girls of the Henderson Lake, Park Lake joint community summer program. Instructed by Indians, the kids, age 8 to 12 constructed their own teepees which were made from airforce parachutes. To date over 450 children have registered in the day camp program. There are however, vacancies for both the Henderson and Park Lake second camp programs which begin next week. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 Sill St. S. Ph. 328-7684 Above Capitol Furniture EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. Repair Job At Plant Successful What has been termed one of the most ambitious field stress relieving operations carried out FOR SALE BY OWNER Spacious family home with fireplace, family room, 4 bedrooms, ground floor utility room, on green strip, View by appointment. What offers? Phone 328-3004 in Alberta was successfully completed recently at Shell Canada's Waterton gas plant. Plate defects in one of the plant's Sulfinol contactors were Impaired Driving Brings Fine A Cardston man, Francis Red Crow, was fined a total of and costs or 65 days in jail when he pleaded guilty in mag- istrate's court in Lethbridge Thursday to two driving infrac- tions. He was fined on an im- paired driving charge and for driving a car while his li- cence was under suspension. He was also prohibited from driving anywhere in Canada for nine months. noticed in February during a routine ultrasonic inspection. Repairs consisted of welding two large patches onto the ves- sel's 1% inch thick wall. Stress relief of the repair call- ed for precise heat treatment of a 100 inch section around the entire 33 foot circumference of the column. A series of six 16 inch cir- cumferential heat bands with fi- berglass insulation were ap- plied to the inside and outside of the vessel wall to accomplish this. The work was carried out by Dominion Bridge and Western Stress Relieving Ltd. of ton. Business Jottings Harry Patching of Wilson Siding was recently elected to the board of directors of bridge Co-Op Stores. was 138 students, in a non- semesteml summer school. Since then all U of L classes have been semesterized. In 1W8 the campus offered Its second summer session, with 369 students In its two semesters, and in 1969, 550 stu- dents registered for courses, both at the U of L and at its off campus arts school held at the West Castle Resort. The West Castle sessions were successful last year, but for reasons of complex ar- rangements and financial aus- terity, are not being offered this year. In 1970's session, running from July 2 to Aug. 14, about 680 students are registered in 50 arts and science and 20 edu- cation programs, over the two three week semesters. In addition the faculty of edu- cation is offering five non- credit workshops in social junior high school science, earth science, educa- tional media and elementary school science. Cox Heads Appeal Harry W. Cox will be the chairman of this year's Com- munity Chest campaign in Lethbridge, Doug Dunlop, chest president, said Friday. Publicity chairman will be Bob M. Lang. Mr. Dunlop said plans are being formulated for this year's campaign, the slogan for which will be "If you don't do won't get It is hoped certain proced- Military Grad U. Terry King, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. King of Coal- dale, recently graduated from the officer candidate training plan at the Canadian Forces School of Artillery at Shilo. Manitoba. He has successfully com- pleted a program of military training and is commissioned into the Royal Regiment of Ca- nadian artillery. He will take up regular duty at Petawawa, Ont. ures can be changed, the rea- son being in previous years ap- proximately 20 cent of people contributed CO per cent of the money, he said. HARRY COX "a" HARDWARE1 Bob and Eva Deimuth Have Purchased Lyle's Hardware And Are Celebrating With A CHANGE OF NAME i i i B I COME SEE THE LIVE DEMONSTRATION OF A WESTINGHOUSE MICRO-WAVE OVEN AND ENTER YOUR NAME FOR ONE OF OUR DAILY DOOR PRIZES Which Include: GARDEN HOSES WESTINGHOUSE STEAM OR DRY IRONS WESTINGHOUSE CLOCK RADIOS BARBECUES PAINT BICYCLES LAWN CHAIRS TRICYCUS CHAISE LOUNGES ELECTRIC KNIFE SHARPENER 25' PLUS MANY, MANY MORE GRAND PRIZE WESTINGHOUSE COLOR TV SET EVA DEIMUTH YOU CAN BE SURE IF IT'S A WESTINGHOUSE TWIN TUB .YOU CAN BE SURE IF IT'S WESTINGHOUSE 10 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR A good choice for a thrifty buyer. 35 Ibs. of frozen star- age Ib. chiller tray. Deep door holds lots of items hard to find on a shelf. Along with separate cheese and butter compartments and a rack for 14 eggs. Reg. SPECIAL 195 WASHER- DRYER There's a lot to be said for it: you can breeze through a big 14-lb. wash in half course, it's economical, with no plumbing or vent- ing needed. Automatic re- circulatinq lint filter. Three wash selections for "Gent- le "Colours and v "Whites and Timer can be set for any wash from 1 to 12 minutes. The fastest spin dryer going dries any fab- ric ready to iron In than three minutes. Safety switch shuts off spinner when lid is opened. -Ca- pacity: 7 Ibs. Easy-rolling casters. V YOU CAN BE SURE IF IT'S A WESTINGHOUSE 2-DOOR REFRIGERATOR FREEZER 13.1 ft. of exceptional frost-frw itorage at on at- tractive price, and all in a compact x 30" size, thanks to highly efficient thinwall insulation. Separate 124 Ib. freezer. Lift-out con- tainer for 22 eggs. Porcelain enamel crlsper. Right or left door opening. 10 position ad- justable shelves. Reg. SPECIAL------ Regular SPECIAL YOU CAN BE SURE IF IT'S A WESTINGHOUSE 19 Cubic Fcot Freezer Slim-wall limitation Vinyl tooted batktf Lid lack Wood grain handle Courtier balanced lid SPECIAL, ONLY..... Dimeniioni 35W H, Available in White only S 219 DON'T FORGET WESTINGHOUSE'S FACTORY-TO-YOU SERVICE. _ OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9 P.M. B E HARDWARE (FORMERLY LYLE'S HARDWARE) 414-416 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 328-3541 or 328-3545 ._ IJtn SIKCCl lYWKin rnwnc JXO-JSHI or I if Delivery Led of Free Parking In The Immediate Area. ;