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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta AUTUMN IN THE ORIENT Special "Expo 70" Wind-up Tour (described by many as the greatest exhibition over See for yourself at low charier prices. All inclusive 22 days. BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE "IMMM1 From CALGARY only From VANCOUVER only S824 S799 or 328-6858 Departure Date September 8 The Lcthlnrutgie Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, July 10, 1970 PAGES 11 TO 20 erry Jjlancta A. E. CROSS JCtJ. WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE ABOVE MARKET PRICES GIVEN Decision At Public Meeting Day Care Question Gets New Survey WHOOP-UP TRAIL RIDE-The first annual youth trail ride got under way at Stirling this morning on the first leg of a 175-mile journey which will end 10 days from now in the Whoop-Up Days parade. Sponsored by the Lethbridge division of the Alberta department of youth, the ride will follow the route shown on the map, going as far south as .the Alberta-Montana border, then heading back through Waferton Lakes Park, .Fort Macleod and along the Oldman River valley to Lethbridge. Trail boss of the 50 young riders is Ray LeRose. The group's ages range fo 64 from 11 years. 'Tight-Money' For Universities Said Likely To Continue In 1971 BY JIM WILSON Education Writer University financing in Alber- ta next year will' continue to be tight, but not nearly as drasti- i You and your family are Ab- stainers' Insurance Com- pany can probably offer you dwelling insurance at lower rates than you are now paying. How are we able to do this? Abstainers' believe that non-drinkers are gen- erally mare responsible people and are less likely to have fires through carelessness the main cause of fires. Therefore, we can in- sure non-drinkers at a preferred rate. This means you save money with no reduction in in- surance protection. Why not compare Abstainers' premiums with your present rates now? HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-7777 Representing rv ABSTAINERS' COMPANY Evenings Phone 327-2011 or 327-6091 cally as it is this year, Univer- sity of Lethbridge Acting Presi- dent Dr. Bill Beckel said Thurs- day. The three universities in the province have been limited this year to less than one per cent increase in their operating bud- gets, which caused several strin- gent cutb a c k s grams. in their pro- For the next year, however, Dr. Beckel said he expected a six per cent increase in the million available for the three campuses. In previous years, the annual increase has run at about 11 per cent. Universities in several other !anadian provinces have also >een limited to a six per cent increase for their next year of operations. L. A. Thorssen, chairman of the Alberta universities com- mission, said in Edmonton this week following a meeting with PHARMACY FACTS From 0. C. STUBBS With the heavy stress being laid on physical appearance, nowadays, a heavy sun tan has come to the point of practically being a matter of social status. :We all want to 'look Idon't we? Grant- that the an- cient Mayans, Egyptians and Aztecs worship- the sun as life giving god. But, today, our own sun- worshippers are tending to ig- nore the fact that too much sun s a very dangerous attack on nore the fact that too much sun -an cause permanent damage o the skin. Blisters caused ty the sun are actually second- degree burns, the same as those :aused by boiling water or fire! 'lease be careful? Stubbs Pharmacy is the place vhere your trade is always ap- 'reciated. Here at 1506 Sth Ave. your doctor's prescription is illed for you just as fast as lareful dispensing irill allow. officials from the three Alberl universities, that if inflation cor tinues the universities "wi have to have additional fund to maintain the same quality Albertans have be come accustomed to. The universities as usua present a statement of capita and operating needs for th next five years to the commas sion, prior to its next forma meeting in August. Dr. Beckel said the U of L has already cut as much as pos sible from its operations "There is nothing left any mon to pare down." Any additional cuts would re- pro- ding VENUS ALL PURPOSE PENCILS Regular 10.00 per 100 Per 10 OC.Per 25 QtPer SO n OJtsMcial 1.73 oard, but did say the U of L ward was "the best in the world because it fights for the university with the governmen and does not interfere with our internal However, since Athabasca will be nearer to Edmonton and ;overnment officials, it will like- y have an easier time in get- ing special government grants and co-operation than -the U of has had, 300 miles away. Dr. Beckel that w h i 1 e ithab a s c a' s enrolment maxi- mum has been limited by the overnment, it will likely grow rach larger due to pressures of more students than the prov- ince is equipped to cope with, ventually becoming a carbon opy of the University of Al- erta. CLIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appoinfmenl PHONE 327-2822 GARDENERS Two students experienced in ardenirjg are available for nmmer jobs through the Can- da Manpower Centre student lacement division in Leth- idge. Drug Charges In Court Today Seven Denver, Colorado resi- dents were to appear in mag- istrate's court this morning charged' with importation and possession of narcotics. The seven were arrested last week at the Coutts border crossing, just prior to the Cal- gary rock festival, where they were bound. Alfred Skipton, 25; Dorothy Bright, 19; and Terri Camp- bell, 19 are charged with1 im- portation of drugs across the international boundary. Bright and Campbell were released on bail each; By HERB JOHNSON City Hall Reporter. A proposed day care centre in Scuthminster United Church will be delayed while a survey is to assess the need for the facility. Hay Speaker, Alberta minis- ter of social development, last night told an audience of about 150 at Allan Watson School the province is prepared to partici- pate in tha survey. In the interim the government wifi look at other types of ap- proaches to the day care situa- tion. The en-tire field of child care facilities is under review, with a consultant being brought in to take part in a total re- assessment of the three-year-old day catre program in the prov- ince. Surveys, and their validity in establishing proof fcr the need for an additional centre in the city, seemed to bs a cental issue at the meeting. During the course of a two and one-half hour meeting three dif- ferent surveys were brought up as evidence both for and against a new centre. A spokesman for ens of the private centres now operating said no additional sur- veys were needed as tang as the present centres were oper- ating below capacity. Mr. Speaker's solution to the day care question met with the approval of both sides in the controversy. Spokesmen far both the day care committee and the private operations said after the meet- ing they felt the solution was a fair one. The current status of the cen- tre is basdcaHy a continuation of that which has existed since late May, when the province notified the city it was with- holding financial support for the centre until the situation bad been clarified. At tat time opposition to the centre had been voiced by sev- He also suggested the project was the brain-child of "do- gcoders who want to spend the taxpayers' money." Fourteen private citizens spoke during (lie course of the meeting, which at times threat- ened to get out of hand. Chairman Jos Hanrahan cau- tioned the participants in the at times acrimonious debate that further outbursts and heck- ling of speakers would result in the meeting being closed. Reserve Roads Get Upgrading All-weather road constro tion during the last three year on the Peigan Indian Reserv has totalled more than 1 miles, with about four miles completed this year. Albert Yellow Horn Jr., con struction supervisor for the re- serve said Pincher Creek i now connected to Brocket b_ a stretch of road from the re- serve to the Municipal District of Pincher Creek road. "This project was a cost share plan to connect the re- serve with the town to cu down mileage on school bus AMA Warning Against Hitch Hikers Sldpton has been detained city police cells. George Guarino, 19; Eugene Hattelli, 20; Jeffrey Thurston, 22; and Wendell Schweiger, 20 are all charged with possession and have been released on bail each. Also to be Baaid in court are three charges of possession against William Donald Blagg, 19, of Denver Colorado and one charge of possession against Akira Leslie Matsui, an 18- old Lethbridge youth, out on bail of property and 600 respectively. era! local citizens, although a contract had already been sign- ed between the city and! the province setting up the opera- Opposition to the centre was led at the meeting by Leth- bridge MLA John Laoideryou, who said he was "absolutely opposed to using the basement of a church far this purpose." No Demand For Pickers Persons from southern Alberta linking of going to British Columbia to pick fruit, should according to man- awer officials in Lethbridge. With a near balanced labor upply in the Kootenay and feanagan regions, jobs are especially for inexperi- ced labor. Cherries are Hue main crop eing harvested at the present, with picking nearing completion the Oh'ver-Osoyoos area and harvest peak in enticton, Keremeos and Sum- erland. Conciliation Talks Adjourn Conciliation talks between the Lethbridge Police Association and the Lethbridge Police Com- mission adjourned after one meeting Thursday. No date was set for a resump- tion of the talks. The police association, repre- senting 51 members, applied for conciliation after negotiations with the city broke down. The Board of Industrial Rela- tions conciliator is J. B. Adams of Edmonton. The Alberta Motor Associa tion today issued a warning to drivers about the dangers of picking up hitchhikers. Many of the potential risks have been well known for many years, however the recent in- crease in drug use has added an even additional hazard. Motorists picking up a hitch- hiker who is in possession ol drugs illegally could, theoreti- cally, be charged with illegal possession as well. Police are very careful in de- termining probable guilt in this regard. However, a hitchhiker in possession of drugs would most certainly attempt to con- ceal them somewhere in the ve- hicle or on the person of the driver if the car should, for any reason, be stopped by the police. In a case such as this, police would naturally suspect the dri- ver of involvement. The AMA suggests that al- though the innocent driver vic- timized in this way would in all probability be able to eventual- ly clear himself, the process of being charged and going through court proceedings could be highly inconvenient and em- barrassing. routes he said. "Before, the bus drivers would have to pick the kids up from the south part of the re- serve and then drive all ths way to the highway." The other major road con- struction on the reserve is a loop which leaves and comes back to Highway 3 about eight miles east of Brocket, he said. "This is also an all-weather road built to serve a populated area near the river as a better school bus route and for easy access to the highway in case of emergency in the he said. "We also built a small sec- tion in Brocket which was im- passible in bad weather." SMALL SPENDER 1970 VOLKSWAGENS PRICED FROM 1949 55.OO Per Month 1967 BUICK SPECIAL V8, auto., power steering, radio. Reduced Now only 1963 PONTIAC 4-DOOR V8, automatic, radio. Only miles. C Guaranteed. 77J V4 TON CAMPER Complete. Sleeps 4. REDUCED S350 RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. Corner 3rd Ave. and 16th St. S. Phone 328-4539 Car Lot 328-4356 SATURDAY DINE and DANCE MARV QUALLEY'S SUNSET TRIO to p.m. NO COVER CHARGE! PHONE 328-7756 FOR RESERVATIONS Summer Livin' Is Easy livin' Everyone enjoyj indoors, picnics, family gatherings in fact, every occasion. POTATO SALAD COLE SLAW THRIFT BOX Contains 9 pieces Chicken FAMILY BUCKET 14 pieces Chicken, gravy, serves five to seven ftp people PARTY BARREL 20 pieces Chicken, gravyr serves 7 to people MACARONI SALAD BREAD and PASTRIES COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 UP TO ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-8134 509 6th Avenue South he Sale You've Waited For Is CAMM'S GIGANTIC JULY SHOE SALE Featuring the Lowest Prices in Town! IS ON SLATER AND GOLDEN PHEASANT PUMPS sen s Regular 25.00 and 30.00 LOWEST PRICE EVER NATIONALLY ADVERTISED! JOYCE SHOES The Complete Line and CLOUD SOFT SHOES Short Lines Only Regular fa ON SALE, LESS THAN HAIF-PRICE 10 SUMMER SANDALS Tan and Beige. C7 CO) ON SALE I and 93 TEENAGERS Regular to LOWEST PRICE CHUNKY HEELS OWN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS Til P.M. 403 Sth StrMt South CAMM'S SHOES ;