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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLIDAY IN EUROPE Take advantage of the Special Youth now in effect Only return Only return For Travel between June 20th and July 25th add on For information and reservation! contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END Phone 328-3201 or 328-8184 ___________ The Letkbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, July 16, 1971 PAGES 11 TO V, ERICKSEN'S PASTRY SHOP 3rd Ave., M.M. Drive 5. Phone 328-8161 "The Pioneer and Leading Retail Shop in Lethbiidge" FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS High cost delays school addition TVimf tn High construction costs have forced postponement of an ad- dition to the Lethbridge separ- ate school district's St. Mary's School, perhaps until this whi- ter. The separate school board Wednesday decided to study the project further, after archi tect Sam Lurie presented a list of changes he believed accep- table on the addition. The changes would have reduced the low Gillett Construction Ltd. tender price by about 000 from its initial Lead role changes in summer show Albert Azan-a, 16-year-old Grade 12 student at Winston Churchill High School, has re- placed David Hunt in the lead role of the Lo'.hbridge Musical Theatre summer show How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Mr. Hunt, who appeared in LMT's Little Mary Sunshine two year's ago, is believed to Tender call for hauling liquor, wine Tenders have been called for the transport a t i o n of liquors and wines from Calgary to Leth bridge and other southern Al berta points. The Alberta Liquor Contro Board in Edmonton will accep tenders until July 30 at 2 p.m to transport the liquor to Vul can, Picture Butte, Taber Vauxhall, B9W Island, Mill River and Foremost, as well a Lethbridge. Tenderers must have ampl equipment and ensure good'ser vice. Operation of heated trail ers or rtil cars is essential RELIEVES GAS PAINS NEW 1600 V.W. ONLY S62 PER MONTH 1969 VW 1969 METEOR A-1 condition 4 DOOR SEDAN RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. 3rd Ave. and 16th St. S. Sales 328-4539 Car lot 328-4356 ave resumed residence in ;ontana. Mr. Azzara, originally cast in. secondary lead role, has been een by Lethbridge audiences n the WCHS' production of The ound of Music and school var- ty shows. He wrote his own omedy material for the latter reductions. How to Succeed, to run dur- ng the first week of Septem er at the Yates Memorial Gen- re will feature Mr. Azarra as Pierrepont Finch, a window washer who finagles his way to the presidency of the World wide Wicket Company. The WCHS student's former ole Bud Frump, has been ive'n to Chip Schott, a second ear student in the acting divi ion of the National Theatre The two roles Mr. S'chott hel( ormerly, plus those left vacan bv prior commitments of Frank Featherstone, and Cliff Black are still to be cast. Persons interested in audi ioning for the roles, all speak ing parts, may leave their names with Joan Waterfield, a the Bowman Arts Centre. Mrs Waterfield, director o the Lethbridge Youth Theatr and the Allied Arts Council business manager, is handlin directional chores while th play's director, Dick Mells, a lends an arts administrate course in Boston. Mr Mells, who will return t the city the first week in Auf ust, will make the final dec sions on cast replacements. Rehearals for the play star ed this week, under the diret tion of Mrs. Waterfield, Li' Larter for music and Mum Jolliffe, the production choreo: rapher. How to Succeed, featuring cast of 24 is the third LM summer youth production an the sixth summer musical all The first three, Babes Arms Pajama Gam and The Boyfricn (1968) were sponsored by tl Allied Arts Council. LMT show were Little Mary Sunshin (1969) and Your Own Thii Permit for restaurant A building permit has been issued to Dorigatti Con- struction Ltd. of Lethbridge for a new restaurant on Mayor Ma- grath Drive. The Golden Bridge Restaur- ant at 1517 MMD will be re- modelled from the old car check building. Expected to open in September, it will seat 166 per- sons and serve Chinese cuisine. The school district had ex cted the bill to be about most of which would paid through provincial gov- nment grants. Trustees now hope further eductions can be made in the ans and that the government ay be convinced to offer fur- icr financial support to the reject. When tenders were opened st week trustees expressed isappomtment at their high ricing, which contractors aim is due primarily to re- ent salary increases won by he various construction trade unions. Another problem, always no- ceable in Lethbridge schoo: onstruction projects is that uilding costs in southern Al- erta are significantly higher lan they are in Calgary and dmonton. Department of education uilding grants are set at a tandard per square foot rate arying only with the school'; laaldale won't yarticipale COALDALE (HNS) The 3ty of Lethbridge would likroposal put forth by the city Services and land for this horn las been offered by the tow and the Green Acres Board has refused it. A letter outlining de- ails on who is benefiting from Ms home will be sent to th city manager. rade level. They tend to cov- r Calgary and Edmonton con- ,ruction costs adequately, but outhern Alberta and rural osls tend to be higher. The government has so far efused to make any adjust- lents in its grants structure o take into account this geo- raphic cost variation. It has also not yet adjusted or the union salary increases. Lack of funds may curtail CMHA work A decision on curtailment of Janadian Mental Health Asso- ciation services in Southern Al- >erta will probably be made in September. Sister Mary Clarissa, presi- dent of the Southern Region Ca- nadian Mental Health Associa- ion, said the next board meet- ng was scheduled for the first Monday tn September. The joard would probably discuss at that time how to adjust the CMHA program followiag city council's decision not to recon- sider its granting of only ot a request for funds. Some community services and the educational program would be areas for cuts, she said. These will be curtailed or, at the least, not expanded as had been hoped. The board will have to ex- plore all possible sources of rev- enue and then trim the pro- gram to fit the budget, sho said. It was evident the association could not now expand to meet ever-increasing needs, she said. GORDON FAMILY TOPS Brian, left, Vera, Bonnie farmly was ,udged on appearance and performance to and Gordon Ball of Lethbridge captured ih. family class take top place over three other groups The Bill Slronsk. at the Lethbridge exhibition light horse show Thursday. family of Tunn placed second. A crowd of 200 watched Dressed identically and mounted on matched horses, the the third day of the four-day show ends ton.ght. Junior and senior classes colorful as horse show has third big day Police crackdown on play money The Lethbridge city police have announced a crackdown on 'Monte Carlo' money. The bogus money was printed for the Lethbridge Community College students council's an- Carlo' night, in nual 'Monte late April. The false bills have been ut- tered in Lethbridge, Edmonton and Calgary. Police Inspector Ralph Mi- chelson said having one of the 'Monte Carlo' bills is just as great an offence as trying to The play money was printed in and denomina- tions, with the words 'Monte Carlo' printed across the lower folded properly, the bills, printed on only one side, resemble actual money. half. When bridge exhibition show Thursday. There were 258 entries in tite senior and junir classes com- peting under continuing ideal weather conditions at the Leth- light horse Competing in the outdoor ring at the exhibition grounds, the Gordon Ball family of Leth- bridge copped first place in family class. One of the pretty classes to watch, the Bells, four dressed identically on matched horses, caught Judge Thane Lancaster's eye for top money. No individual rider managed OUR OSCAR CONTINUING CAMM'S GIGANTIC JULY SHOE SALE TEENAGE CHUNKY HEELS NATIONALIY ADVERTISED JOYCE SHOES Reg. to 523. Lowest Price in_ Town Pai All colors. Reg. lo Now Price FAMOUS USA DEBS Short lines and discontinued patterns. Reg. to Lowest price ever Pa'' Balance of Entire Stock of SLATER AND GOLDEN PHEASANT DRESS PUMPS Al colors Including Block and Brown Pttir Till 9 p.m. LOAFERS- TIES-FLATS Moccossins-Chorlie Brown While, Brown, Beige. Reg. to Lowest Price in Town Pair "Anyone caught with one ot the bills in his possession, or attempting to use it as real money can be charged with owning or passing counterfiet money, and under the Cana- dian Criminal Code is subject to a 14-year prison said the inspector. Police Chief J. H. Carpenter said, "When the students were first informed of the problems the money had created they brought all they- had to us and we burned it. They have said they will not use the same kind of money next year." Some of the money, however is still in circulation and caus- ing a lot of said the chief. lo have his own way in the se- nior class as competition was stiff throughout. L. Hill, riding in the open parade class was the only local rider to take first place. Other winners in the senior classes were: J. H. Reilly, St. Albert, senior trail horse; Rox- anne Degenstem, Fort Macleod, English hack class; Connie Stronski, Turin, open matched saddle pair; Barrel Stone, Cranbrook, senior western plea- sure; and Dallas MacWe, Kim- herley, senior stock horse Thursday's results :lass. Walter Hyssop of Fort Alacleod won the half century class. In junior competition, Loreen Nishikawa bf Lethbridge and Connie Stronski of Turin man- aged double wins. Miss Nishikawa won first place in the harness class and pony class while Miss Stronski took top spot in junior pleasure horse class and'junior English class. Other winners were Heather Bradley, Barons, junior trail ride class; Dennie Anderson, Lethbridge, pony class; and Brian Bell, Lethbridge, junior reining class. SENIOR CLASS: Trail horse class Cii entries) Mike Burnett, J. H. Reilly, St. Albert; Jet Corder, C. L. Van Home, Lethbridge; Ma'Tuk, Dar- rel Stone, Cranbrook. English Hack class (18 entries) Billv Addy, Roxanne Degenstem, Port Macleod; Mike Burnett, J. H. Reilly, St. Albert; Doc Holliday, Ian MacRae, Hardisty. Open matched saddle pair (10 en- tries) _ Lady Bartender, Bill Stron- ski, Turin; Billy Addy and Beaut, Lethbridge Community College Eques- trian Team; Su Falun, Russell Dayid 3n Family, Innisfail. Western pleasure (38 entries) Ma'Tuk, Darrel Stone, Cranbrook; Mike Burnett, J. H. Roilly, St. Al- bert; Doc Holliday, Ian MacRae Hardisly. B and E at LCI City Police report a break and entry to the electrical shop of the Lo'Jibridge Collegiate Insti- tute Thursday night. Nothing appears to have been damaged or stolen "We hod 1o rush back home from Waterton last weeeknd. Cameron Falls re- minded mo that I hadn't turned off the bathroom fau- cets." Slock horse class' m entries) Dallas MBCkie, Kim'-pripy. All olhe entries were disqualified. Open horse class (12 entries} Entry L HIM. LeThbridge; Wlgan's Sonny. Cor Went, rolahursl; Ivory Princess, Vera Denecky, Lethbridae. Family class (four entries! Char lle Brown Gordon Ball Family, Leth tirldre; 7io's Ten cron, Bill Stronsk Family, Turin; stormy Dee, Russel Davidson Family, Innisfail JUNIOR: Harness class 17 entries Jcse. Loreen Nishikawa, Lelh bridge; Brown Mouse, Heather Bred ley. Barons; Snlek, Linda Marino class (29) entries) Brown Mouse. Heather Bradley, Bar ons; Tinker Toy, Brian Bell Leth bridge; Two Eyed Bing, Gary ccle man, Calgary. Pleasure hrrse Lady Bartender, C'PSS UO entries) Bill Sironski Tun Tui in; Count Jinx, R. E. Shea, Calgary, RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITIONING and WINDOW COOLERS CHARLTON and HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVENUE S. PHONE 328-3388 DINE AND TEE KAYS KEDDETTS CORDS Potatoe Be early for those Pair only CHIDREN'S SHOES Rog. to Lowest price ever on sale.....Pair CAMM'S 403 5th St. S. SHOES DANCE SATURDAY TO P.M. "The Moonglows" NO COVER CHARGE! SUNDAY For your 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 Entries were heavy In soma classes with as many as 40 in >ne junior class and 38 in one senior class. Pony, 12. hands and under (12 en- es) Jose, Loreen Nlshlkavya clhbridge; Queente, Mark Passev, agrath; Billy Norm Krause, Skin. Pnnv unHer 14.2 hands (17 entries) Penny, Dr. and Mrs. R. Anderson, ethbridge; Drifte'r Dream, Joan avan, Lethbrtdge; 'No Joke, Anne ronski, Turin. English class (19 entries) Lady artender. Bill Stronsxi, Turin; Red eppcr, Audrey Gillies, Fernie; Rainy debar, Ian MacRae, Harrfisty. Reining class (23 entries) Tinker oy, Brian Bell, Lethbridqc; Old Blue, umley Family, Coalhurst; Penny, iary Ann Handsaeme, Lefhbrldge. CUFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE lower level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. PHONE 327-2822 _ Welcome to WHOOP-UP DAYS July 19th sure to attend the Downtown WHOOP-UP BREAKFAST a.m. on 7th St. S. between 1st and 3rd Avenue. 4-i'ctcke s FLOWER SHOP 322 26t St. S. Phone 327-5747 Pharmacy Facts from O. C. STUBBS Let's face it? Many so-called services" are beginning to be or already are) so impersonal that we all might just as well lave numbers stamped on our heads. We don't like to be treatec impersonally, anc we're sure you don't enjoy this kind of treatmen either. This is one of the r e a s o n s why, here in our tore, we're glad to go on giv- ng you the same friendly, per- onal service which means so much in everyday living. The ilher reason is the simple fact hat we're not interested in wing impersonal. Your person- o-pcrson relationship with your rtocor and then with us when ve fill your prescriptions is a very important part of 'getting We've always considered our customers as 'ricnds, and we appreciate your coming in our door or calling is. We take a personal inter- Hl in your health problems, ind we like to know that our services have been helpful to you. .lust remember that our fric.Tlly, personal concern is ilways wailing here for you. Here at Stuhbs Pharmacy, the filling of your prescription is our main reason for being in husincs: 1506 Mh Ave. S. is the address where we're always glad to sec and be of service to you. Open daily a.m. to p.m. Sundays and Holidays p.m. to p.m. and p.m. to p.m. The DODGE BOYS SAY WE CARE! IN STOCK NOW 20 DARTS-DEMONS-SWINGERS Equipped the way you want. VB or 6 cylinder Bench or Bucket seats All assorted colors. TEST DRIVE ONE TODAY 10 CHRYSLERS 4 DOOR HARDTOPS 2 DOOR HARDTOPS 4 DOOR SEDANS Best selection ever of colors and equipment some with air conditioning. Buy Now While Best Selection Is Available TRADES ACCEPTED EASY TERMS "LIFETIME" POWER TRAIN WARRANTY KING CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. "KING'S CORNER" 3rd Ave. et 11 St. S. Phono 327-1566 tethbridge The House of "DEPENDABIE" Used Cars and Trucki ;