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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wtlttrn Canada Tour (departing July 20 and Aug. 31 Special 10 liay tours Including Return Transporlflion via Air Conditioned Buses Hotel Accommodalion, Sightseeing Only per person doublt occupancy. For Information and reiervalioni contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END Phone 328-3201 or 328-8184 The Letlibridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, July 9, 1971 PAGES 11 TO 20 ERICKSEN'S PASTRY SHOP 3rd Ave., M.M. Drivt S. Phone 328-8161 "The Pioneer and Leading Retail Shop in Lelhbridge" k FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS Kiwanis clubs stress family life By CHRISTINE PUIIL Staff Writer Better family living is the general theme which Kiwanis Clubs around the world will be promoting in the next year of programs and projects, accord- JACK STOKES attends L. A. meet ing to Jack Stokes of Lethbridge who attended the Kiwanis In- ternational Convention in San Francisco. Mr. Stokes of the Green Acres Kiwanis Club attended the meeting with Jack King, the official delegate from the Green Acres Club. A motion brought up at the convention to accept gambling, such as raffles or other types of ticket selling, was shot down. All money earned must be money given voluntarily. Mr. Stokes said, "If you see a Ki- wanis playground you know Phannacy Facts from O. C. STUBBS We're always interested In talking with scientifically-mind- ed students who are consider- ing pharmacy as a professional career. We're glad to be able to tell them that the rapid advanc- es being made in 10 h a rmaceutical science are cpn- tinually creating F new job oppor- Uunities for phar- )m a cists. And, while your pharmacist is usu- ally thought of as being a man, (his is a professional field in which more and more women are being trained for service to the public. The great ma- jority of pharmacists do work daily with the public, but there are also many excellent oppor. tunities to work in research or drug manufacturing. Pharmacy is one of our society's most rewarding and important fields of professional service. While being a pharmacist won't make you 'rich' (when have you ever seen a rich you will always know that the ser- vice you are rendering is vit- ally-important to the well-being of our nation. Why be like the man who jumped on his horse and rode off in all directions? Just re- member that Stubbs Pharmacy is always your best place to "Say Hello to a Good at 1506 9th Ave. S. of course. Open daily a.m. to p.m. Sundays and Holidays p.m. to p.m. and p.m. to p.m. that it was built with hard earned money." Membership seems to be get- ting tougher to build every- where. Mr. Stokes attributes this to a more socialized life but said the age-old cliche is the root of the problem, peo- ple no longer have time for "it is better to give than to re- ceive." Men would rather spend their time golfing or fishing than helping a handicapped child. I know of many golf and fish- ing widows also, so the whole cycle leads us back to the fam- ily, said Mr. Stokes. Many agencies seem now to be stress- ing family education, it really is the root of the individual problems surrounding us right now Last year the pro- grams focused on drugs and many panel discussions or pam- phlet distributions took place. However, the project still wasn't doing as much good as it focused only on the teens. A solid family understanding can cope better with stress. The Kiwanis Club attempts to support development, -rela- tive to the individual areas. For instance, some the Carib- bean Clubs are involved in youth programs such as voca- tional guidance, or scholar- ships. Chase at 90 m.p.h. brings fine A Lethbridge man was fined in Lethbridge magistrate's court when he pleaded guilty to speeding. Court was told an officer at- tempted to stop Robert James Lowe, 26, of 1249 10 Ave. N. to inspect his motorcycle muf- flers which sounded defective. Court was told Lowe at- tempted to elude the stable, went through a light and was clocked speeds exceeding 90 the ensuing chase. mph con- red at in OUR OSCAR "I'm always prepared for Lethbridge weather. I just listen to Bill and plan on the opposite." MIKE HANZEL SHOE REPAIR EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR 317 7th STREET SOUTH No police commission here Lethbridge is still a city without a police commission. City council June 28 repeal- ed the old bylaw establishing the former commission, effec- tive July 1. Aldermen Jim An- derson and Vera Ferguson were designated as council members on a new board, to be completed by provincial ap- pointment of a chairman and two other members. An araisuncement on the ap- pointment will' be made to council Monday. 'Can't build at that pdice': Kimmitt parate school bids high B Six lenders were opened last week by the Lethbridge sepa- rate school district for con- struction of its St. Mary's School addition, and school dis- trict officials expressd heavy disappointment at their high prices. The low tender came from Gillett Construction Ltd., of Lethbridge, at about IB per cent more than the ar- Photo by Bryan Wilson CHURCH CONSTRUCTION A crane boom reaches skyward as a pre-cast concrete support for the Pentecostal Tabernacle is lowered into place. The construction project will add an extra 27 feet to the front of the church, at 520 7th St. S. The major part of the work is being done by Nord Precast Concrete Ltd. of Lethbridge. Expected completion date is late August. Trudeau weekend in south Alberta Prime Minister Trudeau and his party, along with the usual entourage of parliamentary press personnel known affec- tionately as "the media mafia" will wing their way around southern Alberta this weekend in three large helicopters. While it may be fun to get away from the wife for an oc- casional weekend, many south- ern Albertans probably wish the prime minister was bring- ing Margaret with him when he visits Medicine Hat, Standoff, Walerton and Blairmore. The rumor mill in Ottawa apparently has it, however, that Mrs. Trudeau may pop up un- expectedly the way. somewhere along Mr. Trudeau will fly in direct- ly from Ottawa to Medicine Hat Saturday morning where he will be the guest of Bud Olson, federal agriculture minister. A trail ride and branding party, followed by a barbecue Car rolls, man hurt One injury and more than damage resulted from a single car accident shortly af- ter 3 a.m. Friday at the inter- section of 8th Ave. and 17th St. S. Leslie M. Valentine, 1611 10th Ave. S., is in satisfactory con- dition in Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. He was to be re- leased later today. Valentine suffered hand in- juries when the car he was driving struck a curb and overturned. are highlights of the prime minister's four hour visit there. Originally left out of all the fun, Letbbridgeites have been given a half hour, from 1.30 to 2 p.m. to meet Mr. Trudeau at the Lethbridge airport. Then, boarding the helicop- ;er the prime minister will .eave Lethbridge for Standoff on the Blood Indian reserve where he will officiate at the of- ficial opening of Kainai Indus- tries. With the mailing of several thousand personal invitations and an extensive advertising campaign, the Blood tribe is Bearing for a crowd of at feast people for the ceremonies. Other dignitaries expected for the opening include Jean Chretien, Federal minister of Indian affairs; Alberta Pre- mier Harry Strom; Bay Speak- er, Alberta minister of social development; Daniel Fitz-Ger- ald, chairman of the board of the Wickes Corporation and Jim Shot Both Sides, chief of the Blood tribe. Leaving the reserve at p.m., Trudeau will spend until p.m. Sunday in Waterton Lakes National Park. He will arrive in Blairmore for an open-air picnic at 2 p.m. Sunday and leave for Calgary three hours later. fine Barbaralou Cohen of Denver was fined in Cardston magistrate's court Wednesday for possession of marijuana. She was arrested at the Car- way border crossing earlier in the day. WANTED EXPERIENCED PART-TIMI BOOKKEEPER APPLY ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS 6th St. S. Indian Days at Brocket postponed Indian Days at Brocket on the Peigan Indian Reserve, originally scheduled for July 16-18 have been postponed ac- cording to Henry Potts, Peigan band manager. Mr. Potts said Thursday that due to an already heavy sched- ule of stampedes and Indian days in southern Alberta dur- ing July the annual celebra- tions have been re-scheduled to Aug. o-s. 870 STUDENTS There were 870 students at t h e Lethbridge Community College in 1970. Five years ear- lier the number was only 580, of whom 392 were in the uni- versity program. The remain- der were taking vocational courses. DINE AND DANCE SATURDAY TO P.M. "THE METROS'7 NO COVER CHARGE! SUNDAY DINING ENJOYMENT We Present DINNER MUSIC MISS VALERIE HORVATH VIOLINIST Accompanied by EDDIE GNANDT PIANIST 6 to 8 p.m. PHONE 328-7756 FOR RESERVATIONS RELIEVES GAS PAINS NEW 1600 V.W. ONLY S62 PER MONTH 1970 VW DELUXE Auto, and radio. MILES LEFT ON NEW CAR 1966 PONTIAC TEMPEST PONTIAC STATION WAGON V8, fully equipped. A-l condition. ONLY CAMPER SPECIALI 1968 Ford Ranger W TON V-8, automatic, radio. Immaculate. New cam- per on back sleeps 4. Low, Low Prico Complete IRAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. 3rd Avo.and 16th St. S. Sales 328-4539 Car lot 328-4356 RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITIONING and WINDOW COOLERS CHARLTON and HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVENUE S. PHONE 328-3388 ___SATURDAY IS FAMILY DAY at CAMM'S CHILDREN'S SHOES MISSES' DRESSY SHOES In White, Navy and Red wet look with natural crepe sole. Misses' sizes SVi to 3. BOYS' SLIP-ONS by Savage and Classmate Also ZIPPERED LEATHER SUEDE TIES 2 tone Beige and Dark E r o w n trim willi crepe sole in sizes to 3. MEN'S HUSHPUPPIES Ties and Slip-on styles in Icalher or genuine pigt-kin. Dark Brown ir Riverbed Pigskin. Black or Bro i leather. PAIR 12.99 and 13.99 For Ladies WHITE In the new White wet look. AA, B and wide widths. Sizei Q OC 514 to 10. PAIR also WHITE DUTY SHOES by SAVAGE and OOMPHIES OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. 403 5th St. S. SHOES chitect's estimate of "We just can't built it at that price it would put too much of the cost onto our local tax- said Bob Kimmitt, schools superintendent. Other bids were: Bird Con- struction Co. Ltd., Lethbridge Kenwood Engineering Construction Ltd., Lethbridge, Glen Little Construc- tion Ltd., Lethbridge, Boychuk Construction (Saskat- chewan) Ltd., and Henry Hardy Construction Ltd., The corf.r'act has not been awarded yet, and the separate school board will meet next week to discuss the tenders re- ceived. Mr. Kimmitt said their op- tions would be to cut back some of the tender items to reduce the cost and accept the lowest tender on that basis, or to do some redesigning of the addi- tion and retender it, perhaps in winter. He said it would be a bit dif- ficult to pack the projected en- rolment increase into city schools without the additional space, "but we'll manage if we have to." Drug fine Rich'ard Kweller of Pitts- burgh was fined in Card- ston magistrate's court Wed- nesday for possession of mari- juana" He was apprehended at the Carway border crossing Tuesday. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAG Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLOC. PHONE 327-2828 STUDENT OPERATIONS For the Best and Cheapest YARD MAINTENANCE LANDSCAPING PAINTING WINDOW WASHING You Name It We Do It FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL 327-5205 NOW OPEN! Lethbridge's First Tropical Fish Shop Over 300 tropical fish >r Fish supplies if Aquariums made to order Join fish clu'b Aug. 1st SATURDAY SPECIAL ANGEL FISH AQUARIUS TROPICAL FISH and Supplies 524A 6th St. S. Otva ts 0ochs ksort iiv To all visitors in our area May we suggest a walk in our Nikka Yuko Centennial Garden OFFICE FURNITURE LETHBRIOGE STAN WORBOYS, Pr.ild.nl Lower level Seventh Street Shopping Moll P.O. Box 938, Lcthbrldgo Phone 328-741T ;