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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta AUTUMN IN THE ORIENT Special "Expo 70" Wind-up Tour (described by many as the greatest exhibition ever for yourself at low charter prices. All inclusive 22 days. BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE 2 From CALGARY only ------S824 Deparlur> From VANCOUVER only------S799 September 8 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, July 9, 1970 PAGES 9 TO 18 iJ.J'an" s A. E. CROSS JL-td. WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE ABOVE MARKET PRICES GIVEN Indians To Open Store By RIC SWIHART Staff Writer CARDSTON The Blood In dian tribal administration, wit the opening of The Standof Superette, will begin operatior of a self serve retail fooc store August 13. The store will serve a tradini ar'ea of Blood people am will be .situated in Standoff nea the new Kainai Industries Ltc mobile home plant. Through the assistance of In dians affairs, the tribal counci acquired the services of a re- tired businessman with retail food merchandizing experience With the assistance of Ca nadian Executive S e r v i c Overseas, Calgary r'epresenta live Eric Connelly, the Bloot council met with Canada Safe way, which offered to act in the role of consultant in assisting the administration to plan the layout of the 60 foot by 30 foo building, and in training staff Vern Spence, a 10-year man with Safeway offered to spent a year at the Standoff store as a consultant to assist the man ager of the store. The Blood council is meetinj in the next 10 days to select' a member of the tribe to manage the stofe. As part of the training, six members of the tribe are taking on-the-job training at a Safe- way store in Lethbridge as cashiers, meat cutters, meal .wrappers and clerks. More Centres Plan To Join ORRPC The Municipal District of Willow Creek has applied for membership in the Oldman River' Regional Planning Com- mission, Erwin Adderley, ORRPC executive director, said Wednesday. Negotiations are also pro- ceeding with the town of Claresholm. The earliest the application can be dealt with is Aug. 19, the next meeting date for the commission. It's expected that' formal ap- proval will also be given to the entry of the Blood Indian Band at that time. Reaction to the band's ap- plication was very favorable at the last ORRPC meeting and the commission is already in- volved in work on file reserve. CLIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M.f BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 WELL-OILED CAR-This car, owned by A. R. Clarke of 523 12th St. N., went ihrough an oily stretch of road between Milk River and Writing-oivSfone Park Tues- day night. Mr. Clarke says although signs were posted indicating the road had been freshly oiled, he was not' prepared for what he said were pools of oil rhcrt he could not avoid. Efforts to clean the cor at a car-wash proved fruitless. Some oil was still dripping from the car Wednesday morning. 'Host And Hostess Prove Invaluable' Teen Clefs Enjoy Japanese Hospitality Editor's Note: This is the irst of five reports to be sent o The Herald from Expo 70 in )saka, from five senior mem- >ers of the Teen Clefs, noted Lethbridge singing group di- rected by Mrs. Anne Campbell, lie clefs are giving daily per- ormances at Expo. On our departure from Leth- >ridge we were all very glad :o have so many people turn out to wish us sayonara. The crowds at tie Calgary airport were quite stifling so he first leg of our journey.was quite tiring and anxious. The light was interrupted when we refueled at Anchorage, Alaska, where most of the girls pur- diased post cards, souvenirs and scalding hot chocolate. As I'm sure anyone who has ver been on a flight realizes, he aft section is the most tur- bulent. Guess where we were itting? The plane ride was bumpy to say the least. But as usual we managed to survive except- ing one, Huth Mills who suc- cumbed to that evil, air sick- ness. We were pleased to be treated to a number of special goodies by several folks chocolates by Pat Coole and Marion Swan- ston. A surprise treat was af- forded one of the girls when she offered us a chocolate, opened the package and pulled out a ten foot string of bubble gum. Arriving in Osaka we re- ceived the red carpet treatment from the Japanese government. We were ushered through cus- toms ahead of the rest of the charter flight group, photo- graphed and interviewed by several reporters from various newspapers in Osaka. Our hostess and host Reiko and Mitsushi both gov- ernment aides, greeted us at the airport. Both are fluent in Japanese and English. They have proved invaluable to pur success as a touring choir. We were then chauffered to the Grand Mansion for our per- forming stay in a bus with red velvet seats. The Grand Mansion is espec- ially reserved for people per- forming on the Floating Stage, the Amphitheatre and the Festi- val Plaza, all located near the theme pavilion Tower of the Sun. In contrast to the bathing facilities in Canada, Japanese baths are squafe but quite deep. Heated by gas, the instant hot water facilities must be started ahead of time and the bath water about 10 minutes early. True to the nature of the Japanese the bath is a place for relaxation and meditation, after scrubbing outside the tub no soap is allowed in tie bath! Our rooms are typical of Japanese style including a tea room with tatami mats the only decor. The hotel supplies slip- pers to insure cleanliness of the rooms. We were kindly asked to re- move our shoes and wear slip- pers in the rooms. Interestingly enough, the entrances and door- ways are designed for Oriental height; not over six feet and mostly in the area of five feet ten inches. Special credit should be given to the staff of the Grand Mansion for their orien- tation which was informative showing much warmth and con- cern. After two long days with little sleep the girls had a much- deserved rest, before going out to the Expo site where we be- came veiy excited about the trip and tie honor bestowed on us by the Japanese government, made possible by the people of the City of Lethbridge. Four-Family Residences Okayed For MM Drive The Municipal Planning Com- mission Wednesday removed conditions on the construction of five four-family residences by N.H.K. Holdings Ltd. at 232 North Mayor Magrath' Drive. Plans for the development were approved June 10 by the planning department on the condition the exterior finish be in brick or block. The developer felt the condi- tions were too restrictive, espe- cially since he intended the units for lower income families, and made application to the commission. Envin Adderley, planning di- rector, said the development would provide welcome relief in the row of apartment blocks on the Drive in that area. The five low units would be aesthe- tically- pleasing in that context, he said. He also noted the need for a more definite statement in the city's bylaws on aesthetic values to provide guidelines in making such decisions. With the conditions removed the developer may go ahead with his planned Spanish stucco finish. The commission refused an application by P. Simons Con- struction to build an addition to an existing building at 1019 3rd Ave. S. Further development on the site will not be allowed un- til the lot is consolidated with another to the north. Approved by the planning de- partment earlier this week was a six-suite apartment at 1718 7th Ave. S. The commission also discus- sed the possibility of setting aside a 20 acre site in North Lethbridge for sale to develop- ers as a trailer court. A plot plan of the suggested site is to be prepared by the planning director. It was also decided some pre- liminary planning should be done on possible construction sites for sports facilities in the event Lethbridge is chosen for the 1973 Canada summer games. Awarding of the games to the city would mean federal assist- ance in the construction of three major facilities. A de- cision on the location is expect- ed later this month. Lethbridge And Winnipeg Key Development Centres Lethbridge and Winnipeg the two key centres in Weste Canada where the developmer action is, according to the fe eral department of region economic expansion. Now concluding its first yei of operation, the department regional economic expansio responsible for the handling the designated areas incentiv program for industrial deyelo ment, reports that to-date it he approved about one-quarter the applications before it. Major projects approved ft the Lethbridge area include tl Break-In Brings Term In Jail Marcel Red Wing from Duus tour of said ierri "then we flew to Edmon- on and we've been on the bus ever since." The students spent Tuesday ouring the city and Park Lake. As well as their trip to Water- on, the group will visit Pincher Creek, Fort Macleod, the Blood ndian Reserve and the O.K. [utlcrite colony. The Young Voyagers Thurs- lay begon an all day trip to lardston and Waterton Lakes Vational Park. The students will visit the lortnon Temple in Cardston and ride the International cruise boat to the head of the lake in Waterton. Tomorrow, the group will visit the O.K. Hutterite Colony, the Knight Ranch, and th Blood Indian Reserve. A dance hosted by the Young Voyageur from Lethbridge is planned fa Friday evening. See The Wedding Specialists At Frache's Enchanting and Romantic flowers add the perfect touch to any wedding. Con- sult us for all your require- ments for that special day. 1C S FLOWER SHOP 322 6th Street South Phone 327-5747 Be prepared to control those Summer Sniffles, Sneezes, Colds, Bumps, Scrapes and Bruises! Stock up on all health aids, toiletries, cosmetics now! NEED A PRESCRIPTION FILLED? Call Us For Prompt Delivery! McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S., Lelhbridga 327-3555 Swift Canadian pack- ing plant in the city, the 000 Kainai Industries plant for the Blood Indian Reserve, the Tire Switch Brings Fine A southern Alberta man, Leo Leonard Thibeau, was fined when he pleaded guilty in magistrate's court in Leth- bridge Wednesday to theft of two car rims with tires on them. Thibeau apparently borrow- ed a car and when he returned it, the owner noticed two of the rims with tires on them had been changed. Magistrate Lloyd Hudson said it sounded like a carefully plan- ned incident and consequently imposed a heavy fine on Thi- beau. New Bus For City Another addition to the transit department's fleet of buses is expected to arrive in Lethbridge from London, Ontario, Sunday. The 52-passenger unit will bring to five the number of such buses in the department. The last similar bus was de- livered in February. Canada Packers tannery build- ing for the city, Canadian Dressed Meats plant addition in the city, a potato dehydraiton plant at Vauxhall, a fresh vegetable processing facility ,at Brooks and North West Design and Fabrication mobile home plant at Fort Ma- deod. There are several other ap- plications from Lethbridge and area pending at the present time. ATTENTION! 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