Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
AUTUMN IN THE ORIENT Special "Expo 70" Wind-up Tsar (o'eicrib.d by many at the exhibition ever See for younelf at low charter pricei, All intluiive 22 dayi. BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE 2 From CAICARY only Departure Date From VANCOUVER only------ S799 September S The Lethlnrutge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, July 13, 1970 PAGES 9 TO 18 Jerry J_jlana s A. E. CROSS JLtd. WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE ABOVE MARKET PRICES GIVEN Ford Contract Awarded Doug Dunlop, president, of Dunlop Ford Sales Ltd., an rjcunced today that the contract for Ms firm's new development on Mayor MagraJh Drive has teen let to Smith Bros, and Wilson Ltd. of Calgary. Construction is to start Aug 15, and occupancy is set for Jam. 1, 1971. The completed de- velopment is expected to cost THE ANTI-POLLUTION REVOLUTION These young- sters decided to put into action their feelings about the dirty state of the world they live in-so they staged a relatively spontaneous placard waving demonstration against pollution Friday in the Norbridge Lions' Park. Signs read, "Pollution is Death" and "Help Destroy Pollu- tion" and, with pictures of the destruction caused by pollution, "Don't Let This Happen." Native Friendship Society Awaits Government Funds By RIC SWIHART Staff Writer The financially-troubled Na- tive Friendship Society of Southern Alberta received moral support from two com- munity development officers Friday In the quest for addi- Pension Sessions In B.C. Area Itinerant and local offices of the Canada Pension Plan will be held in the eastern British Columbia district as follows: Natal-Michel, Town Hall, July 20, a.m. to 11 tun. Fernie, Town Hall, July 20, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Cranbrook, Room 101, Federal Building, July 21, 9 a.m. to p.m. Kimberley, Union Hall, July 22, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Creston, July 23, post office to 12 noon. The field officer in attend- ance will answer questions on the Canada Pension Plan, old age security, and the guaran- teed income supplement. He will also provide assistance in the filing of applications for benefits under these programs tional funds to operate the Leth- bridge Friendship Centre. Society secretary Enid Wrate told Bob Langlin, community development officer for the de- partment of human resources and Bill Wacko, for the Indian Association of Alberta that the government grant promised for July 1 had not arrived. The so- ciety was told May 16 at a meeting in Red Deer, the grant could be expected July 1. She said the centre was being opefated with public donations and loans, with salaries for the director, Rose Yellow Feet and court, worker, Albert Lapotec lagging because of a lack of funds. Mr. Langlin said it appeared to him that the grant was au- thorized when the Lethbridge Friendship Centre was first or- ganized but now the centre had outgrown all expectations. "Obviously there is some- thing good going on here and it would be a shame to jeopar- dize it because of a lack of he said. Mr. Wacko told the executive for the society that with the government grants to organiza- tions, it is the "squeaky wheel that gets the grease and the centre here in Lethbridge ob- viously has squeaky." reason to be SAVE Tuo 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENT.' WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT INUTE UFFLER Phone 328.8134 509 6th Avenue South SOME MEDICINES DEMAND CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT ducts you'll need for Whoop-Up Dayt next week. We have iuit received a new Hock of "Mod" wire in ;all jroovy ihapes and colon. DRAFFIN'S DRUG STORE_______ PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS DOWNTOWN ROD DISPENSARY OEORGE 32I-61.H The men suggested the soci- ety continue correspondence with Ray Speaker, Alberta minister of social development, as well as meetings with the In- dian Association of Alberta. Mr. Wacko said the commu- nity development branch would be coming under control of the IAA so money requests should involve that organization. "The role of community de- velopment will shift from a federal-provincial set-up to a federal-IAA arrangement." He said the Alberta' Native Communications Scoiety should also be asked to assist in the allocation of funds. Manitoba Voyageurs Leave City The Young Voyageurs, group of 21 Grade 11 and 12 from Manitoba, left Lethbridge this morning on their return home. During their one week stay, the group, sponsored here by the East Lethbridge Rotary Olub, visited Waterton Lakes, Fort Macleod, Pincher Creek, the O.K. Hutterite Colony, the Knight Ranch and the. Blood Indian Reserve. A fireside farewell was held Sunday evening at Henderson Lake Park. A farewell mes- sage was given by Mayor Andy Anderson. A similar group of students from Lethbridge. wiE be travel- ling to Trois' Rivieres, Quebec, in August. Fairview Break-In Investigated A break, enter and theft was discovered Sunday morning at Fairview Grocery, 1524 9th Ave. S. Apparently about in cash was stolen and worth of cigarettes and candy. Thieves gained entry by smashing a rear window about eight feet off the ground. City police are investigating. Tax Charge Brings Fine A Lethbriage man, Hobert Raymond Peterson, was fined and costs when he pleaded guilty in magistrate's court in Lethbridge Friday to failing to file his 1967 income tax return. STUDENT RECEPTIONISTS Twenty seven students with experience as receptionists are available for summer jobs through the Canada Manpower Centre student placement divi- sion in Lethbridge. Lord's Day Act Bylaw Faces Possible Delay Third and final reading by city council of an amendment to the Lord's Day Act may be delayed a few weeks. Final reading of the bylaw, which would allow increased Sunday sports and entertain- ment, is on the agenda for to- night's council meeting. However, city solicitor John Hammond has received a letter from lawyer Briant Stringam stating that he represents groups of people planning to submit a petition requesting a vote on the bylaw. Army, Navy and Air Force Veteran-Unit 34 BINGO IN THE CLUBROOMS Tuesday, July 14 JACKPOT SIS Blackout in 49 Noj. For and Their Guests! The letter further states that the public notice advising citi- zens of the petition deadline was not worded clearly and is open to misinterpretation. Mr. Hammond will recom- mend to council that another notice be published for two weeks running. The final date for petitions will again be two weeks after the final date of publication. To date, no petitions have been received, although one letter has been written to coun- cil protesting the amendment. A letter has also been re- ceived from the deputy attor- ney general advising council they will be invited to discuss a draft act to establish a Pro- vincial Police Commission. A delegation from the Leth- bridge Police Commission ap- pearing at the June IS meeting of council expressed concern that the proposed commission might mean some loss of local control over police depart- ments. Council will also give first OUTSIDE WHITE EXTERIOR GLOSS OIL BASE EXTERIOR FLAT LATEX 6.95 fi.95 C.95 GALLON GALLON GALLON PRICES IN EFFECT TILL JULY 31st EXTERIOR UNDERCOAT SHERWIN'WlLLIAM PAINT and WALLPAPER 321 6th STREET S. PHONE 377-8321, 327-0211 reading to a bylaw amendment that would change the density standards for building along Mayor1 Magrath Drive. The increased density allow- ed under the antendment would allow high-rise developments along the Drive, 4 f s Old Mo: wot' have been located. Car Plunge A Mystery Mystery surrounds tie whereabouts of a person who was driving a car bearing Neveda licence plates which was found in the Oldman River, three miles west of Monarch Saturday. Apparently the car veered off Highway 3 sometime Friday or early Saturday ami Bruce Barrow Resigns Post Bruce Barrow, organist and choirmaster at St. Augustine's Anglican Church for the past 19 years announced Monday that he is resigning from his post in order to give full time to music teaching and exam- ining. "I have found the pressure of trying to combine duties at St. Augustine's along with teaching and examining, just too heavy for Mr. Barrow said. "Although I regret leav- ing St. Augustine's I find I simply can no longer give the time to both." Mr. Barrow, who was born and educated in Toronto, came to Lethbridge in 1951. A grad- uate of the Toronto Royal Con- servatory of Music, he has been on the Board of Examiners for more than 33 years. "I travel a good many miles Grain Quota The Canadian wheat board has announced a three-bushel grain quota at Stewart Siding, Turin and Pincher Creek, and a four-bushel quota at Ncble- ford, all effective immediately. BRUCE BARROW ;UFF BUCK, R.D.T., C.D.M. IJBIACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 The New look at Chinook "OFFICE FURNITURE SHOWROOM" offering a complete selection of office furniture for every taste and budget CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 Street N. Phone 327-4391 as an Mr. Barrow said, "I have been in most of the larger centres in the coun- try to do this. I have enjoyed my work with the three choirs at St. Augustine's, the Junior Choir, St. Monica's and the Sen- ior Choir, and I regret having to leave." Mr. Barrow will continue to Eve in Lethbridge where he will carry on his work. plunged more than 200 feet down the embankment into the river. No body was found in the car or the river. Police were still checking the river Monday morning. _ It was reported to RCMP that a farmer saw skid marks leading from the road to the coulee bank Friday. The acci- dent was reported to RCMP in Fort Macleod about Satur- day morning. CHISELERS! 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