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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta OUTSIDE HELP P ILEIIMO, Sicily (Ileulcr) Tw i students worried by com- examinations have been iH'ighl digging a liole in the Ilivr o[ a school tic help ol a friendly bricklayer outside through which they planned to pass their exam pa- pers for Iriends to write for them. They were charged with damaging a public building. Saturday, July 8, 1571 THE LETHDRIDGE HEP.ALD PAY J25 FOR PHOTOS OTTAWA (CP) The Na- tional Film Board is looking [or 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 for unmounted exhibition prints accepted for display in a plan- ned exhibition to be called Def- initions. HENDERSON LAKE DAY CAMP For Boys and Girls 8-12 yean old. Weekly sessions start July 10 and run unlil August 1 1. per weekly session includes and crafts, swimming, music, drama, camp-ours, 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 norlh-east corner of the park across from the camp-grounds. Starts Monday, July 10 at a.m. for the Henderson Lake Day Camp, For further information call Co mm unity Summer Program PHONE 328-0876 Horne and Pitfield now in city Home and Pitfield Foods Limited will introduce an en- tirely new concept In food CASINO CAPS FROM PEPSI. Play and you could win just like these lucky winners Casino Caps from Pepsr-Cota, A Terr? Sluberr, Medicine Hat reallv great contest with big cash Tom Gartner, Calgary 1o be won a tot of (un and B tot Vivien Winlleld, Calgary of winners Hero are lust some of the Wandfl Wagner, Calgary Thousands of Canadians who've al- Allan Bird, Sundre ready played Casino Caps and won AMhur Bone, Red Deer cash prizes 51, 15, S25 or S100. Arron Brnn, Lacrele Calvin Welgchka, Calgary Chris Walerfield, LelhbrldgS Dan Nixon, Calgary Dean Chllds, Calgary Deborah Nish, Cardslon Dee Anna Akroyd, LelhbrldgS Coreen Hatch, Calgary Ethel Pequin, Calgary G Nelson, Calgary G. eon, ag George Meredith, Plncher Creek J W. Humphrey, Calgary Joseph Sandor, Calgary Kelly Vaykovich, Lethbridge Ludger Leissner, Calgary Pefe Serafinl, Calgary DB! Soroka, Calqary George W. Smith, Lethbrldflf Jonathan Kenny, Calgary Judy Komaryk, Calgary Lehfl Gore, Fort Macleod Norman Casliglione, calgnry Ralph Albert, Edmonton S Robbie Nehring, Edmonton B Agnes Calgary Annie Fonn, Cowley Connie Leblanc, Cnlgary Darrell Strelieu, LethbridgB Dennis Brooks, Cardston Don Vance, Calgary Gerald Cocclolonl. Coleman Judy Komaryk, Calgary Lillian Heppell, Lelhbrldgi Lily Quon, Cardston Lloyd Williams, Cardston Peter Krakoweli, Calgary Rick Leard, Calgary Susan Wong, Magrath Tim Rohouie, Lelhbrlflga W. Lacrolx, Coleman Annie Fong, Cowley Baker Meyer, Calgary Emerson C. Wright, VswhflU Fern Gore, Fort AAacleod Gordon Quick, Forl Macleod John Braak, Lethbridge John L. BIharl, Pinche- Creek Howg, Lethbridae Lyle Heck, Fort AAecleod Paul Areeneaull, Hillcrest Phllis Yip, Cardslm Robin Grimham, Pcnohfl Rose Oler, Lethbrldga. Sheila Stubbs, While court Caren Demllle, Celgary Gall L. Franz, Lelhbrldgi Jny Arthur, Calgttry Kim Baranyl, Lelhbrldgi Blair Kneesahw, Calqary E. Rulh, Lindsay, Calgary Emerson C. Wrlahf, Lily Quon, Cardston Murray Munsle, Lethbrldaa Patricia A. Asplund, Lelhbrldge Phllis Yip, Cardslon Verna Lindsay, Calgary Larry Strand, Calgary Lllv Quon, Rt'iBld Holle, Lelhbrldpf Terry Binqham, Lethbricfae Fern Gore. Fort Macledd Kim Law, Edmcnfon R. Clark, Lethbridae Ronald A- Bobak, "Lethhrlrigs Terry Binahnm, Lelhbrldne Tom Demncrc, Lelhtirldge A. R. Mikllks, Calciary Adam Almasch, Calqary Seto, Red Deer Barry Ancell, Calqarv Rernle Rhodes, tVosFieinh Crtln Campbell, Red Doer F. Espev, Calgsrv D. M. Drlnnan, Caloarv Dnnny Yee Park, Calgary narrel Sim, CnrElairs rv-n-'-i Broughlon, Ralslon Diar'a j. NesblU, Cnfqary Frvin Knolson, Calpary Frvln Knt'tson, Cal'rarv G. M. McLean, Cnljas H, HalmJls, Canmorp Holly Armstrong, Cflltjarv Hollv Wilson, Calgary Jennifer Macleod, Calgary Jnhn Knecht. Cfllqsry Ken Sinter, Calcinry KIr'uy Soon, Calciary L. G Wark, Calaary LeEllfl Poop, Calqary M, WcGIll, falciry Mary Yen, May L. Baspnnft Michnpl Moots. Cnlgary N Rosnak, Calnnry O. finest, Cnloarv Pcgny Bczovio, Calnary R. Fischer, Calgary Shewn Llndbock, Calgary Slephen Murray, Crlonry Swayr.o Ncarlng, Cnlgary Clara Hill, Calgary Dieler Kebsbach, Calgary E. NBhajouich, Red Deer F. Keil, Calgary Gordon Coffin, Calgary Grey Wah, Calgary j. B. Gardner, Calgary Jumps L, BearcheM. Red Detr Jim McWllllams, Calgary John Haras, Caigpr" Kenny Simpson, Red Deer Kevin McLellan, Drurheller KikI Stoion, Drumheller Lachlan McKlnnon. Wnler Valley Linda Wyman, Calgary Marilyn J- Bsal, Calqary Wary H. Wrigrif, Calgary Mfiry Modin, Calgary Peter Fong, Cnlaary Robert Slartud. Red Deer Roy Smith, Calpary Sal Naknmura, Red Deer Shftron Brown, Calgary Terry Cochrane, Medicine Hat Tim Barrett, Calgary Violet Alcoclf, CaJoary Virginia Curnew, Calqary Warren Carter, Calgary A. De Poer. Calgary Bobby Davis, Calgary Brenda Fast, Calgary Brent Couch, Caloarv Brian C. Canton, Calaary Brian Leschuk, Calgnry Bruce Walker, Calgary Cenek Celnek, Calgary Connie Lykkemark, Calgary David B. Hodqson, Calgary David MacConnel, Calaary Dennis Plante. Red Deer Don Geddes, Red Deer Dwinht Gavin, Calqarv Fd Hydcmako, Ped Deer Elizabeth Man, Trochii Fred Curntw, rnlgnry j. p. Van Rnalle, Calgary Ken Joad, Calaarv I es Staga, Hat Marilyn J- Beal, CaloarV Marllvn Rpnner, Didsbnrv Marllynn Calnary Mnrv M. Therklidsen. Calgary Mavtena Woo, Catosry Morley A. Perrv, Caloary R. A. Klnqsmllh, Calnarv Richsrrl And-son, Red Deer Rod stilt, Calgary Roxanne Gnyke, Caloerv Silvia R- Salmon, CHinary Thomas Taylw, Red Deer Tnnw Nunriata, CaiQarv Cafgflrv Wavne Demuelpnaere, Calgary Brenl Gouah, Caloary Clifford Bnmes, Ped Deer Psvlrf Perkins, Calgarv Dorolhv Gautrpau, Calgary F. Mitchell. Calnarv FD HvrinmaVo, Red Deer Fmll Wanner, Calnarv schwcifrer, Hea'her rampheli, Calgary .1. n. Railip. Calonrv Kevin nn-mheller P. W. Wallace. Calrary PoKrt Man, A'l-dlclne Hat Red Dppr Sheila WnUijre. Calp-rv F. Walter, Caloary Wavne Burndrrd, Calgary Ann ,'asoer. Culfary rhiu Calnnry Cainary >rry iq, Miller, Dldsbury n. Red Sta'iffer, raloarv nannv Pnrk. Caloary nt, Caln Baynham .larcMava Jaroilm, Calgary M, Renncr, DIrlsburv R. Matuska. Cnlnary Rornfc Uwls, Caloary Ronnie Mah, Calaarv Stewart E. ralgnry Hean Yuiyk, Calqnry FmiJ Wanntr, Cfmjarw HpMher raiaary ?Imoson, RpH Deer M'-rrflu, Tnchrane Dnrrvl W-ildo, Rr-1 D-TT .Irvnoh Johnson, Calgary Lclty Churchill. Homey, Slctller Gould, Allx r-.rrci Shannon, Consrrl Guv Dnmlco, Mablo Murray, Delburnft Nora Harrison, Blacklalds Sandra Croaker, Morningside Sharon Fridd, Blacklalds w. Hancock, Lacombe Albert Dlngman, Caroline Bradley Thompson, Innisfall Denise PcrreauM, Galahad Cook Thong Louie, Bashaw Jackie M. Anderson, Slettler John Laurie, Hanna Margie Cooke, Inmslall Feter Salomons, Lacombe Shane Innlsfail Soo Shang Louie, Bashaw V. Homey, Slelller Clarence Slol, Blacklalds Granl Welsmiller, Ponoka H. Zimmermann, Sietller Linda Briedis, Ponoka bnannen Campbell, Delburni Chris iandcerg, bashaw Uaryl IA. Honnan, Ureg Lund, Blackfaldi Psl Cantpixll, buck Lakl Tony Slang, Alix Richard J. Thompson, Big Valley Earu Macrae, Eckville Anene Kasay, Ldmonion Bon Laplumc, Eclmonlon Bud bQi-ry, v.'eiasKiwin Connie KirKpatricK, Edmonton Danny Fernianisl, Edmonton Diane SI. Jean, Two Hills Doris Andersen, Edmonlon Dorolhy Holsfot, Edmonlon bd Vander tee, Eamonlon toward bawchuk, Edmonlon Frederick. KenriEdy, Edmonlon Gail P. Swiderski, Edmonlon Gary Edscn Harry Wcennga, Edmonton J. M- Sliwaga, Edmonfon J. ZwerzinsKi, Edmonlon Jim Williams, Vegrevllla John McHall, Edmonton jonnny Wong, Ryley Josephine houit, Edmonton K. K. McWilliam, WelasKiwin K. Schweitzberg, Edmonton Ken Lanart, Eamuilon Larry Thivierge, Edmonton Leo Siegel, Edmonlon Lec-rna J. Ferris, Edmonlon Lynne Teacicrci, Barrhsad EiJrnonton Pamitr, Ec'monlon Michael Kncpp, Edmonlon Nicky G. Ruoulian, Smoky Nora Jahnke, Brclon Pat Lanigan, Edmonlon Richard Km pa, 5L Albert Richard Wiberg, Edmonton Robert Belland, Edmonlon Ron Laban, Edmcnlon Ren Palton, Edmonlcn Roy Lesicrak, Edmonton 5hane Brennan, EdmonTm Terry Mozak, Edmmlon Vincent Morrison, Edmonton Holowachuk, Edmonton B. Dubord, Edmonlon Barry Lelfndro, Edmonfon Brian J. Fee, Edmonton Charls Schmidt. Edmonton Cfiarla Tegge, Edmonlon Craig Millcn, Edmcnlon D. S. VJallers, Edmonton Danny Mi-rphy, Edmonlon David Mykyliuk, Smoky Lakt David Edmnnlon Sawchuk, Edmanlon Euqene Axani Edmrnton Eva Brvanl. Erlmonton Janet Fir own, Tdmontcn Jim Cikalok, Edmcnfon Julma Walland, Erlmonlon Kalhv IlkKv, M-jndpro Lzivc-rn rrwin'tz, Edmonton Mary GiKcn, Edmonton Mcirri, Edmcnlon Malt McftAahon, Edmonlon Mervin Edmcnlon Nick Nimllowicn. Edmonton P. A. Scank'O, EdmonJon Far Gjicnrisl, Edmcnlon Pwrl Koiak, Milliard Pelcr Kcelilcr. Edmonlon Ralph Prclr, Ectmonton Rccer Houle, Edmonlon Rose Sowa, Ecfmonlon Rulh Kiss, Edmonton S. J. Hawryluk, Mundare Thplmr Ritchie, Edmonlon C. Cook, Whitecourt William Cock, Whitccourt 7innia Koren. Munriaro A. Swann, Edmonlon Adolf schmill. Tabor Arlhur Ridley, Edmonlcn Bruce While, Spruce Grovn rynlhia Turchin, Ertmonlci Erwin Schmidt, Erimonrn Frank A. Norrls, Edmonton Frank Murray, Edmonlon Jim Wald, Westlock Judy J-tremnllsky, Edmonton Lfl-jrlor Lnnrfry, Clandcnald Merqarer Lozlnsky, Edmonfofl KEEP PLAYING CASINO CAPS. YOU COULD BE THE NEXT WINNER. where Pepsi and Diet Pepsi are sold. DIET PEPSI f 'Pepsi-Cola" ind "Pepsi" aro registered trademarks ol PepsiCo, Inc.) wholesaling and warehousing lo Lethbridge when it opens in new facilities at 4th Ave, S. and Scenic Drive. The new "cash and carry" system is designed to create a wholesale supermarket aimed at the small retailer, the cor- ner grocer, the cafe owner and the small institutional account, who want to purchase food at wholesale prices in small lots. "The customer buys at whole- sale prices, picks up his own order and pays in cash, thus eliminating the need for in- voices, order picking and ship- ping. This method allows us to economically fill small orders on a reasonable price said Fred Harvey, manager of the firm's Lethbridge and Cal- gary operations. "At the same time, we are able to provide a wholesale ser- vice to the small food retailer." Lawrence Brown, the new warehouse-store manager, said the new facility is designed to sell in quantities as Email as half-case lots. "We will delinitely exclude the public from the store. In order to make a purchase, the buyer must have a retail food licence or institutional he said. Although new to Lethbridge the cash and carry food ware- house-store idea is not new to Alberta. The first cash and carry depot was opened in Cal- gary in 1357, and since then four others have been opened in Edmonton and one more in Calgary. The Lethbridge depot will be the eleventh facility of ils type in the province. The new depot will carry a full line of canned and bottled foods, fresh produce supplied from Dominion Fruits Ltd. of Lethbridge and a full line of cured meals including bacon, ham and packaged luncheon meats. Issues warning MELBOURNE, Australia fReuler) The takeover of Australian food companies by American food firms would have a detrimental effect on the quality of food sold here, con- sumer advocate Halph 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 food kind of food that is sold drained of food be said. LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 49 Game No. 1 SO 10th Game Blackout in 58 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Childrtn Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played In (ha club room far memberi and their invited gueiti Mutic Friday and Saturday Banquet facilitin Frozen foods, meats and fish will also be available. The new depot facility will initially employ three full-lime persons and emplo.vment and services are planned" to expand to meet demand. 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" Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects 'Z P G" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Cowboys" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Cowboys" One Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Saturday 'Guntight" ".New Leaf" One Complete Show Sunday "Organization" 'For the First One Complete Show CHAMPION CHAR STMOUn, England (CP) The scourge of henpecked hus- bands, charwoman Eunice Guy, has gone into training for an in- ternational rolling pin throwing contest in Gloucestershire later this year. Eunice, twice cham- pion, has a best Ihrow of 122 feet 10 inches. Her husband Bert assures friends that "roll- ing pin throwing is just a hobby for Eunice." FDA r.KCALLS TOYS WASHINGTON TAP) _ The Food and Drug Administration announced here the recall of more than toys banned as hazardous to children. Tha 10 types of toys involved in- elude squeeze dolls, toy lawn mowers, rattles, musical balls, musical typewriters, and wood- en loy soldier with parts that can slice, puncture, be swallow- ed or inhaloti. SOUTHERN ALBERT, THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfoir 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-Cinema 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- ture about the most beloved story of all time! Saturday, July 8. Shows at and p.m. Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "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. WEEN 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. 2 COLOR 'For the First Time' WITH JACQUELINE BISSETT Family Entertalnmentl FAMILY KIDS 75c ANYTIME __________________ TONITE thru TUES. Neil Malinee Monday of Sunday Dl 'only Tonight nt and p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE TONIGHT thru TUES. of ond p.m. SHOWING ..J SUNDAY Technicofor From Warner Bros NIGHT CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Lynn Bakor-Garald Baker Earl Col lint-John Ten n ant Frank Dav-Mlkn Schmidt Jack dunning CINEMA 4th DELUXE SHOWS P.M. NOW SHOWING _________ THE TIME IS TOMORROW AND THERE'S NO TIME LEFT. SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. "ZERO POPULATION GROWTH Oliver Reed- Geraidine Chaplin Don Diane Cilento Wn'in by Max EUtth and Funk DeFeli'lla Produced IhEras F. Madia RESTRICTED ADULT ;