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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July 8, 197J THE IETHBRIDGE HEPAID JEEK OUTSIDE HELP P LLEUMO, Sicily (Reuter) Tw i students worried by com- ing examinations liavc been ravghl digging a hole In the f'rwr of a school t'ae help of a friendly bricklayer outside through which they planned to pass their exam pa- pers for friends to write for them. They were charged with damaging a public building. PAY FOR PHOTOS OTTAWA (CP) The Na- tional Film Board is looking for original work by still photogra- phers reflecting their views of community society. The board's still photography division said in a news release it will pay Cor unmounted exhibition prints accepted for display hi a plan- ned exhibition to be called Def- initions. HENDERSON LAKE DAY CAMP For Boys end Girls 8-12 yean old. Weekly sessions start July 10 and run until August 11. per weekly session includes arts and crafts, swimming, music, drama, camp-oufs, hiking, games. Daily times from nine in the morning un- til three In the afternoon. Registrations will be taken at the camp location in the north-east corner of the park across from the camp-grounds. Starts Monday, July 10 at 9.00 a.m. for the Henderson take Day Camp. Tar further information call Community Summer Program PHONE 328-0876 STROUI', England (CP) 'he scoarge of henpecked hus- >ands, charwoman Eunice Guy, ias gone into training for an in- ernational rolling phi throwing contest in Gloucestershire later his year. Eunice, twice cham- pion, has a best throw of 122 eet 10 inches. Her husband Jert assures friends that "roll- ng pin throwing is just a hobby or Eunice." Horne and Pitfield now in city Horne and Pitfield Foods Limited will introduce an en- tirely new concept in food CASINOCAPS FROM PEPSI Play and you cpddwm lust He these lucky wmas. A Terry Stubert, Medicine S'SmSffKR lust some of the Wanda, Wagner, Calgary thousands of Canadians who've al- ready played Casino Caps and won cash prizes 55, 525 or JIM. Arron Brnn, Lacrete Calvin Welgchka, Calgary Chris Waterfield, Lethbridge Dan Nixon, Calgary Dean Chllds, Calgary Deborah Nish, Cardston Dee Anna Akroyd, Lethbridge Coreen Hatch, Calgary Ethel Pequin, Calgary G Nelson, Calgary George Meredilh, Plncher Creek j W Humphrey, Calgary Joseph Sandor, Calgary Kelly Vaykovich, Lethbridge Ludger Leissner, Calgary Pete Serafmi, Calgary Dal Soroka, Calqary George W. Smith, Jonathan Kenny, Calgary Judy KomaryK, Calgary Leha Gore, Fort Macleod Norman Castigiione, calgary Ralph Albert, Edmonton S Robbie Nehring, Edmonton s Agnes Johnston, Calgary Annie Fong, Cowtey Connie Leblanc, Cfilgary Darrell Strelieu, Lethbndge Dennis Brooks, Cardston Don Vance, Calgary Gerald Cocclolonl- Colemen Judy Komaryk, Calgary Lillian Heppell, LcthbrlcJgt tlly Quon, Cardston Lloyd Williams, Cardstwi Peter Krakowefz, Calgary Rick Leard, Calgary Susan Wong, Magrath Tim Rohouie, LethbrlcJqa W. Laerolx, Coleman Annie Fong, Cowley Baker Meyer, Calqary Emerson C. Wright, VauxhoU Fern Gore, Fort AAacleod Gordon Quick, Fort Wiacleod John Braak, Lethbridge John L Blharl, Pinche- Creek LonMe Howg, Lethbndqe Lyie Heck, Fort AAscleod Paul Arseneault, Hlllcrest Phllis Yip, Cardston Robin Grimham, Pcnoka Rose Oler, Lethbridga. Sheila Stubbs, V.'hilecourt Caren Demllle, Calgary Gail L Franz, Lelhbrldgt Jay Arthur, Calgary Kim Baranyl, Lethbrldgt Blair Kneesahw, Calqary E. Ruth, Lindsay, Calgary Emerson C. Wriaht, Vauxhall Lily Quon, Cardston Murray MunsiP, Lethbrldoo Patricia A. AsplunrJ, Lethbridge Phllis Yip, Cardston Verna Lindsay, Calqary Larry Strand, Calgary Lllv Quon, Cardston Rc'iald Hotte, Lethbridge Terry Binaham, Lethbndae Fern Gore, Fort Macleod Kim Law, Edmcnfon R. Clark, Lethbridpe Ronald A. Bobak, Lefhbrldge Terry Binohnm, Lethbrldne Tom Den-mere, Lethhrldge A. R. Mikllka, Calcary Adam Almasch, Calaary Seto, Red Deer Barry AnceH, Calqarv Rprnie Rhodes, Moscielnh Olln Campbell, Red Deer E. Espev, Calqarv D M Drlnnan, Caloarv Danny Yee Park, Calgary Darrel Sim, Carstairs i Brruqhlon, Ralston J, Nesbltt, Cfllqary Frvin Knotson, Caloary Frvln Kni'tson, ralcary G. M McLean, H. Halmila, Canmorn Holly Armstronn, Calqary Hollv WiKon, Calgary Jennifer Macleod, Calgary Jnhn Knecht. Calqary Ken Slntpr, Calnary KIrby Soon, Caloary L. G. Wark, Calaary Leslie Poop, Calqsry M McGIll, Talqry Mary Yen, Dasiano May L Yrc, Cnlqary N. Rosnak, Calnnry O t. finest, Caloarv Pegoy Bezovif, Calgary R. Fischer, Calgary Shav.ii Llnribeck, Canary Stephen Murray, Cnlrjnry Swayr.e Hearing, Calgary Allan Bird, Sundre Arthur Bone, Red Deer Clara Hill, Calgary Dieter Kebsbach, Calqary E NBhajouIch, Red Deer F. Keil, Calgary Gordon Coffin, Calgary Greg Wan, Calgarv j. B Gardner, Calgary James L. Bearchell Red Deer Jim McWllliams, Calgary John Haras, Calgpn- Kenny Simpson, Red Deer Kevin McLellan. Drumheltar KikI Stoian. Drumheller Lachlan McKlnnon Water Valley Linda Wyman, Calgary Marilyn J Beal, Calgary Mary H. Wright. Calgary Mary Modin, Calgary Peter Feng, Calgary Robert Slsrtud. Red Deer Roy Smith, Caloary Sal Nakamura, Red Deer Brown, Calgary Terry Cochrane, Medicine Hat Tim Barrett, Calaary Violet Alcock, Calqary Virginia Curnew, Calgary Warren Carter, Calgary A De Peer. Calqary Bobby Davis, Calqary Brenda East, Calgary Brent Couah, Caloarv Brian C. Canton, Calaary Brian Leschuk, Calgary Bruce Walker, Calgary Ccnek Calgary Connie Lykkemark, Calqary David B. Hodqson, Csigary David MacConnel, raloary DennK Plante. Red Df-er Don Geddfrs, Red Deer Dwifht Gavin, raloarv Fd Hydcmako, Red Deer Elizabeth Mah, Trochu Fred Calgary j P Van Raalte, Calgary Ken Jsad, Caloarv I es Staga, Medicine Hat Marilyn J. Beal, Ca'oarv Marllvn Rpnner, Didsburv Marllynn Wagner, Calaary Marv M- Therki'dsen. Calgary Mavlena Woo, Calaary Morley A, Perrv, Calaary R A Kinqsmlth, Calnarv Richarrt Andison, Red Deer Pod Stilt, Calgary Roxanne Gnyke, Calaarv R Salmon, Ca'r-ary Thomas Tftylor, Red Deer Tnnv Nunnsta, Catgarv Celnek, Catgarv Wavne Demueipnaere, Calgary Brent Giuah, Ca'nary Clifford Barnes, Ped Deer navlr! Perkins, Calgar" Dorothv Gautrpan, Calgary F. Mitchell. Calc-arv Fd HvHnmako, Red Deer F.mll Wanner, Calaarv Cren cnlrarv Hea'her r-mpWi, Calgary I n Railip Calaarv Mrl nri-mheller W. Wallpce. Calnary Mann, Hat POCA YPP, Red Dppr W'lHzre, Calo-rv F Walter, Cnloary Wavne Burndrrd, Calgary Ann 'asoer. Cnldary rhiu Calnary Taiaary Lenno- fabary Tprry Bev M'lfer, Dldsbury Tainan' Rnrrffn Preoorv, raloarv n KokoT'iio, Ped Oner Sta> ffer, Talnsrv nannv Park. Caloary nphWe Trent, Calaarv Baynham, Calr-arv (aro'lava jaroilm, Calgary M Renner, Dirlshurv R Matuska. Cnbarv Ronnie Lewis, Caloary Ronnie Mah, Calaarv Stewart E Calgary Hean Yuiyk, Calqary Fmil Wanner, Catqarv y Si oson, Dnrrvl Rft irfnoh Johnson, Calqary Lefty Churchill r-'inary rnrl Homey, Stettler Dwlqht Gould, Allx r-roa Shannon, Con'wt Guv Damlco, Mabls Murray, Delburnft Nora Harrison, Blackfalds Sandra Crooker, Mornmgside Sharon Fridd, Blackfalds W Hancock, Lacombe Albert Dingman, Caroline Bradley Thompson, Inmsfall Denise Perreautt, Galahad Gook Thong Louie, Bashaw Jackie M. Anderson, Slettler John Laurie, Hanna Margie CooKe, Inmsfall Feter Salomons, Shane Money, Innisfail Soo Shang Louie, Bashaw V. Homey, Stelller Clarence Stol, Blackfalds Grant Welsmiller, Ponoka H. Zimmermann, Stettler Linda Bnedis, Ponoka bnannen Campbell, Delburnt Chris iandcerg, bashaw Uaryl M. Herman, Oreg Lund, Blackfalds Pel Campnell, BijCK Tony btang, Alix Richard J. Thompson, Bifl Valley baru Macrae, Eckvilfe Anene Hasay, bdmonion bout Loplurric, Edmonlon Bud bairy, V.'eiasKiwm Lonnie KirKpalnck, Edmonton Danny Edmonton Diane S! Jean, Two Hills Dons Andersen, Edmonton Dorolhy Polsfot, Edmonton bd Vander Eamonton toward bawchuk, Edmonlon Frederick Kennedy, Edmonton Gail P. Swiderski, Edmonlon bary Ogrady, Edscn Harry Wcennga, Eamonton J. M. Shwaga, Edmonton J ZwerzmsKt, Edmonlon Jim Williams, Vegreville John McFall, Edmonton johnny Wong, Ryley Josephine houit, tdmonton K. K. McWilham, Wetaskiwin K. Schweitzberg, Edmtxiton Ken canart, Eomonlcn Larry Thlvierge, Edmonton Leo Siegel, Eomonton Leorna J. Ferris, Edmonlon Lynne Teaocut, Barrhead. Ai. Delaney, Edmonton Mari'n Pamitr, Edmonton Michael Kncpp, Edmonlon Nicky G. RuouhaK, Smoky Lake Nora Jahnke, Breton Pat Lamgan, Edmonton Richard Krupa, St. Albert Richard Wiberg, Edmonlon Robert BeUand, Edmonton Ron Laban, Edmonton Ren Fatten, Edmonton Roy Lesrcrak, Edmonton Sandra Jackowich, Edmonton Shane Brennan, Edmonton Mozak, Edmcnton A'icrrlson, Edmonton V Holnwachuk, Edmonton I iord, Edmonton I Letendre, Edmonton I j. Fee, Edmonton Schmidt. Edmonton i Tegqe, Edmonton Edmonton I Walters, Edmonton I Murphy, Edmonton I Myltvtiuk, Smoky Laki 1 Roberts, Edmonton 1 SawchuK, Edmonton 1 Axani Edmrnton ikaluK, Edmonton Edmonton c-ainv MjndPre Laver n Pr wln'tz, Edmonton Mary Gil.cn, Edmonton Marv Mnrri, Edmonton Malt McMahon, Edmonton Marvin Edmonton Nick Nimilowkh Edmonton P A Snankie, Edmonton Par Giichrist, Edmonton Pearl Koiak, Hilliard Peler KcPblcr Edmonton Ralph Prclr, Edmonton Rcocr HoulC, Edmonton Rose Sowa, Edmonlon Ruth Kiss, Edmonton S J Hawryluk, Mundare ThPlmr Ritchie, Edmonton William C Cook, Whitecourt V.'illinm Cook, iWhitrcourfr 7mnifl Keren Munriaro A Swann, Edmonton Adolf Schmitt, Tabor Arthur Ridley, Edmonton Bruce White, Spruce Grove rynthia Turchin, Edmonlon Erwm Schmidt. Eclmontoi Frank A Norrls, Edmonton Frank Murray, Edmonton Jim Wald, WPStiock Judy Sfremnttsky, Edmonton Lnndry, Clandonnld Margaret LoilnsVy, Edmonton KEEP PLAYING CASINO CAPS. YOU COULD BE THE NEXT WINNER. Look for full details at stores where Pepsi and Diet Pepsi are sold. holesaling and warehousing D Lethbridge when it opens in new facilities at 4th Ave. S. and cenic Drive. The new "cash and carry" ystem is designed to create a holesale supermarket aimed t the small retailer, the cor- er grocer, the cafe owner and the small institutional account, vho want to purchase food at holesale prices in small lots. "The customer buys at whole- ale prices, picks up his own rder and pays in cash, thus laminating the need for in- oices, order picking and ship- ing. This method allows us to conomically fill small orders n a reasonable price aid Fred Harvey, manager of he firm's Lethbridge and Cal ;ary operations. "At the same time, we are able to provide a wholesale ser- ice to the small food retailer." Lawrence Brown, the new warehouse-store manager, said he new facility is designed to ell in quantities as Email as lalf-case lots. "We will definitely excludi the public from the store. In order to make a purchase, the buyer must have a retail icence or institutional le said. Although new to Lethbridge the cash and carry food ware iouse-store idea is not new to Alberta. The first cash and carry depot was opened in Cal- gary in 1957, and since then our others have been opened n Edmonton and one more in Calgary. The Lethbridge depot will be he eleventh faculty of its type a the province. The new depot will carry a full line of canned and bottled o o d s, fresh produce supplied :rom Dominion Fruits Ltd. of Lethbridge and a full line of cured meats including bacon, ham and packaged luncheon meats. Frozen foods, meats and fish rill also be available. The new depot facility wil initially employ three full-time lersons and emplo.vment anc ervices are planneu" to expan o meet demand. Issues teaming MELBOURNE, Australia (Reuter) The takeover ol Australian food companies by American food firms would have a detrimental effect on the quality of food sold here, con- sumer advocate Ralph Nader warned today. Nader told a news conference that the takeovers could hit the Australian consumer in two higher costs and less nutritional food. "American philosophy is for fast food and pre-packaged fooc kind of food that is sold drained of food he said. LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 49 Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 58 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 AIL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards 50Cf Eacn Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played In Inn club room for membert and their invited gueiti Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Saturday Short Subjects "Bedknobs and Broomsticks" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Bedknobs and Broomsticks" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects 'Z P G" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Z P G'1 One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEJIA Saturday Short Subjects "Cowboys" Last Complete Show 9.15 Sunday Short "Subjects "Cowboys" One Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-LN Saturdav "Gunfight" 'Wew Leaf" One Complete Show Sunday "Organization" 10.00 "For the First One Complete Show CHAMPION CIIAH FDA RECALLS TOYS WASHINGTON (AP) The Food and Drug Administration announced here the recall cf more than toys banned as hazardous to children. The 10 types of toys involved in. elude squeeze dolls, toy lawn mowers, rattles, musical balls, musical typewriters, and wood- en toy soldier with parts that can slice, puncture, be swallow- ed or inhslc-ii. SOUTHERN ALBERT THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "LITTLE BIG MAN" In Technicolor. Starring Dustin Hoffman and Canadian Indian, Chief Dan George. Sat- urday, July 8. Shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre Walt Disney's "SONG OF THE SOUTH" In Technicolor. Saturday, July 8. Show at p.m. Family PICTURE BUTTE-Cinemo Theatre Walt Disney's "LADY OF THE TRAMP" In Technicolor. It's the happiest cannins cartoon of all. Saturday and Sunday, July 8 and 9. Show time each night p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BLACK BEAUTY" In color. The all-new motion pic- toe about the most beloved story of all time! Saturday, July 8. Shows at and p.m. Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-ln "THE LONG DUEL" In color. Starring Yul Brynner and Trevor Howard. Saturday, July 8. Cartoon starts at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "CATLOW" In color. Starring Yul Brynner. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, July 8, 10 and 11. Saturday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable for Child- ren. GWEN ACRES GATES OPEN 9 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT 10 P.M. LAST TIMES TONIGHT 'NEW LEAF' IN' COLOR WALTER MATTHAU 'GUNFIGHT' IN COLOR JOHNNY CASH SHOWING SUN., MOM, and TUES. ADULT HIT NO. Family Entertainment! COLOR 'For the First Time' WITH JACQUELINE BISSETT PARAMOUNT AVE 6 ttn ST ____.._, mdav at Only TONITE thru TUES. Tonight nt and p.m. DIET PEPSI f 'Pepsi-Cola" and "Pepsi" registered trademarks ol PepsiCo, Inc.) CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS tynn Bakor-Gerald Baker Earl Collim-Jolm Tennant Frank Day-Mllo Schmidt ning Dav-Mllo JOCK Bunnin TJJM CINEMA DELUXE SHOWS P.M. NOW SHOWING THE TIME IS TOMORROW AND THERE'S NO TIME LEFT. SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. If every family in the world made no babies., there would be enough room for every family in the world! "ZERO POPULATION GROWTH" Oliver Reed-Geraldine Chaplin Gordon Diane Cilento WfiitM bv Max Eh'ich and Fiank DeFclilia Pioduccd by ThoTias F. Madman RESTRICTED ADULT ;