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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLIDAY IN EUROPI Take advantage of the Special Youth Farei now In effect Only return Only return For Travel between June 20th and July 25th add on For information and contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END Phone 328-3201 or 328-8184 The lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, July 20, 1971_______PAGES 9 TO 18 Ifi o GREAT DAY to SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITE (Special Price! on Bulk Orders) ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 358-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 Summer counsellors cut by south tourist group An arrangement where b y summer travel counsellors em- ployed by the Alberta Govern- ment Travel Bureau were working in the three offices operated by the Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alberta until their own facilities were built has been terminated. Frank Smith, manager of TCASA said this morning he had been instructed to termi nate the agreement following a directors' meeting last week in which serious dissatisfaction of the student's performance was voiced. The students were to he em- ployed hi the government's tee- pee shaped tourist huts at all major entry points to the prov- ince. Serious delays in their construction have been experi- enced, however, with the hut to be located at Coutts not ex- pected to be completed until Aug. 9. With the cutback of staff, the tourist information centres lo- cated at Henderson Lake and the Gardens in Leth- bridge and "one in Fort Macleod will now be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Studies, reports hold sway in question of new library Day-late midway sprawls across fair grounds awaiting set-up crews Series of events delays midway start By BEV CARLSON Staff Writer A series of incidents com- pounded by a shortage of local help resulted in the late com- pletion of setting up the Thomas Shows Inc. midway show at the exhibition grounds Monday. "Last year we were fortunate in making the jump from Sas- katoon to Lethbridge without incident. It came off like clock- said Bernard Thomas, manager of the snow. "This year, the show was allowed to stay open 1% hours over the midnight deadline previously adhered to in Saskatoon." Although most of the show was in Lethbridge by 6 or 7 p.m. Sunday, generators, and electrical equipment essential to the setting up of some rides did not arrive until approxi- mately 11 p.m. "By the time the equipment did said Mr. Thomas, 'most of the local help which lad been on hand, had left for he night." He said that with the heat on Monday, it was "almost im- possible" to find good, reliable local help to set up rides and attractions. Bill Morton, publicity direc- tor for the Thomas Shows, said, "I wish we could have LMH lets contract for paving Tollestrup Construction Co. Ltd. of Lethbridge has been awarded an contract for resurfacing of asphalt drive- ways and parking areas at Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. The only other tender sub- mitted was by Coho Paving Ltd. in the amount of The work, expected to start within two weeks, is to be com- pleted by Aug. 15. LMH awarded Lethbridge Electric Ltd. a contract to supply and Install a power cable from the hospital's pow- erhouse to the hospital. There now is only one cable to the hospital. Should it fail, the hos- pital would then be without any power. The second cable to be run adjacent to the first will provide an emergency route for power transmission should the original cable fail. Circus here Aug. 14-15 The Galti Charles Continen- tal Circus will perform at the Lethbridge exhibition grounds Aug. 14 and 15. Proceeds from the event, sponsored by the Lethbridge Gyro Club, will go toward the club's next major project a multi-colored jet fountain off- shore on the north end of Hen- derson Lake. The two-hour show features acts from Europe and Mexico, including equilibrists on the high-wire, gymnasts, elephants, performing ponies and clowns Twenty will be presented at each of the three shows. Students reps Ken Runge and Tony Dimnik have been appointed official stu dent representatives on the Uni versify of Lethbridge board oi governors. Mr. Runge is president of the U of L students' society coun cil; Mr. Dimnik is external vice- president. The TJ of L was the first uni versity in Canada to povide vot ing membership for students on all governing bodies and com mittees, including the board, th( General Faculties Council and others. RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITIONING and WINDOW COOLERS CHARLTON and HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVENUE S. PHONE 328-3388 Summer Livin' Is Easy Livin' tvith FRESH DELICIOUS BREAD-PIES-PASTRIES BIRTHDAYS and ANNIVERSARY CAKES From our Top Selection Kentucky Fried Chicken Potato Salad Cole Slaw Macaroni Salad BEAN SALAD SVEN ERICKSEN'S FINE FOODS PASTRY SHOP 2 LOCATIONS Cor. M.M. Drive, 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-8U1 1705 Mayor Magralh Drive Phone 328-7752 jeen up and ready for the lothers wandering around with heir children, but it was just ne of those things." Very few of the show's work- ers had even closed their eyes since leaving Saskatoon, he said. Temporary help can'only be hired as part time help this season, Mr. Morton said. The show is moving to the Montana State Fair, and would not be able to take along Canadian help. Neil it down once and for all or give the matter further study seems to be the problem facing city council on tie ques- tion of a new central library site. Council offered the library board the city annex property, just across the street from city hall. The board accepted, but council tabled the accep- tance letter "for further study." City Manager Tom Nutting has some reports being prepar- ed on such things as traffic cir- culation problems and servicing. There is also a possibility the site selection may be made part of an over all look at the down- town area. The city is considering doing a study, by Interform Planning and Design Ltd., which would Travel survey under way All motorists entering Alberta >ia the Coutts Highway are be- ing stopped this week as part f a provincial government ravel survey. Information such as the on pn of vacationers, their destin- ation in Alberta and the per- centage of business versus rec- eational travellers on the road s being gathered to compare with a similar survey conducted ive years ago. The survey is being conduct- ed on all major inbound high- ways to Alberta on a rotating basis. PICKET UNIVERSITY PROJECT-Members of Local 955, International Union of Operating Engineers, continue today to picket the main access road to the new university site. The pickets were established Monday by striking operating engineers at construction sites across the province. The university project is the only Lethbridge site affected by -the strike. Only two men are directly involved in the Leth- bridge strike, but other unions on the job site have refused to cross the picket line, thus halting work at the university. The men seen picketing left, W. Woodside, Orest Wolicki and F. Takacs operating engineers from the Shell refinery near Pincher Creek. The strik began July 13 Photos by Ed Finlay Buddhist church dedication The Honpa Buddhist Church of Alberta, Lethbridge branch %11 Forestry Ave., will be de- cicated Aug. 1 at 1 p.m. by Rev- erend Yutetsu Kawamura, now of Hawaii, and a former minis- ter of the local church. Tire new building was started on Sept. 13, 1970 and now com- pleted, has a seating capacity of 450 as well as a kitchen, min- ister's room and four class- rooms. Rev. Leslie Kawamura, min- ister of the church and Rev- erend Tamai of Denver, Colo- rado will also be in attendance. HAVE FUN During WHOOP-UP DAYS .BUT Don't forget to look after your health FIRST-AID KITS VITAMINS SUNTAN LOTIONS ETC. SUNGLASSES INSECT REPELLENTS DEODORANTS ETC. NEED A PRESCRIPTION FILLED? CALL US AT 327-3555 McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd S. Phone 327-3555 "AiscToperallng WATERTON PHARMACY LTD. in Watirten National Park CONESTOGA MOTOR HOME McDONELL MANUFACTURING 1502 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. NEED A MOTOR HOME? SEE! PRICEi AND RIDE IN THE smoothes) riding Motor Home mads today THE Home with tho least noise while travelling. THE only Motor Homo available today with tho riding quality of a big car. VERY good gas mileage. WE invite you to seo our 22 ft. and 23 ft. capacity models, constructed so there ii more room Inside than the aver- age Motor Home of this tlio, AMPtE storage and upper cupboards. SECOND hand trailers and campers available. TRY OUR RENTAL PLAN result in a general concept for renewing and revitalizing the downtown business section. The finance committee of city council meets Tuesday in closed session to look at the proposed study and perhaps decide if the library question is to be includ- ed. Alderman Vaughan Hembroff told council Monday he would like the annex site confirmed soon, preferably at the next council meeting. Further study would probably entail some delay in the current push for a new library. The In- terform study itself is a long- term project. Mr. Nutting said implementation is going to take a lot of time and "it won't come cheap." He said there has been some interest already expressed by downtown merchants in capital expenditures to upgrade tha area. There is room for innova- tion, he said, that may make Lethbridge's business section a model for other centres. Other major downtown devel- opments, in addition to the li- brary, would form a part of tbe study. Former city resident has assignment overseas Leslie Collins, formerly of Lethbridge, has arrived in Eng- land to work as a Eurocorps '71 worker. Eurocorps '71 is a summer program developed by the Greater Europe Mission to ac- quaint young people with mis- sionary work in Europe. The Greater European Mis- sion, with home office in Illin- ois, is a non-denominational Protestant missionary organi- zation working through much western Europe. It was founded because of declining church membership in Europe after the Second World War. JCUFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 PRE-FINISHED MAHOGANY PLYWOOD Vee Grooved For Nailing 16" O.C. f No further Finish Necessary This wallboard is suitable for lining any room economically Special While Stock Lasts 3 .39 Per Sheet CHARGE ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. "YOUR PIONEER LUMBER DEAtER SINCE 1925" Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. S. Phone 328-3301 ;