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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta AUTUMN IN THE ORIENT Special "Expo 70" Wind-up Tour (described by many as the greatest exhibition ever See for yourself at low charier prices. All inclusive 22 days. BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE 0DI From CALGARY only S824 Departure Dale From VANCOUVER only------ S799 September S The LetKbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, July 27, 1970 PAGES 9 TO 18 Jci-i'tf A. E. CROSS JLtcl. WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE SEE THE NEW SELECTION OF DURST ENLARGERS AND DARKROOM EQUIPMENT. LOCALLY DESIGNED UNIVERSITY COMPLEX George Watson, of the completed as needed, likely before 1978. Project 1-A includes a gyrnnas- city architects Robins Mitchell Watson, supervised the design of this con- ium, exercise rooms, offices and temporary quarters for the U of L ort cept for the University of Lethbridge recreation and physical education department, as well as out-door playing fields. The rest of the complex building. Project 1-A the first phase of the building's construction in- will include a larger gymnasium, swimming pool, ice arena, indoor track, eludes most of trie part shown on the right end of the sketch and should smaller sports courts and other facilities all covered to the roof by earth be completed by the end of 1971. The remainder of the building will be walls. Police Believe Job Of 'Professionals'1 Thieves Make Haul From Home Thieves broke into the liome of Nathaniel Potter of 3210 South Parkside Drive during the weekend and carted off al- irast worth of personal belongings and in nego- tiable bonds. The four bonds, worth each, were for Lafarge Ce- ment, Bow Valley Industries Ltd., Alberta Gas Trunk and Alberta Distilleries Ltd. Included in the stolen articles were a .22-calibre rifle, Bel- gium-made shotgun, brown suitcase, Borg fur coat with muskrat trim, two 8 millime- ter movie cameras, a 35 milli- meter movie camera, super 8 Elmo movie projector, two transistor radios, a Sunbeam mixmaster, juice blender, Dial- o-matic vacuum cleaner, Viking steam iron, three peti- point pictures, silverware and chest, liquor, two ladies' rings and jewelry, McGregor golf clubs and other household inci- dentals. Three In Hospital After Collision Three people were seriously Injured1 as a result of a two- car head-on collision three miles west of Cardston late Sunday on Highway 5. All three are In hsopital in Cardston. HCMP in Cardston said de- tails of the accident are Eric Russell Made Chief In Kaiuai Eric Russell of Lethbridge, community development of- ficer for the Biood-Peigan In- dian District, has been initiated into the Kainai Tribe. At a ceremony at the 4th an- nual Kainai Indian Days in Standoff, Mr. Russell was given the name Peeta Sick- enum and became an honorary member of the tribe. Brown's TAKE HOME FISH CHIPS NEW HOURS Mon. ond Tues. 4 to 8 p.m. Wed. thru Sun. a.m. to 8 p.m. 2616 12th Avenue South Phone 328-8392 sketchy right now and they are continuing their investigation. Names of the injured and where they are from have not been released. A third car was forced into the ditch when the other two met head-on. Batik Classes Tonight Batik instructions in the Allied Arts Council's summer program, will commence to- night at rather than Tues- day night as the council's agen- da originally indicated. Darlene Harker, former fine arts student at the University of Manitoba ar.d University of Lethbridge, will give instruc- tion for the sessions, to run to Friday at the Bowman Arts Centre. Classes are designed for adult and youth participants only. Persons may register for all five classes at the start of tonight's session. Batik is a textile-dying meth- od, used as both an art form and commercial process. COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 The New look al Chinook "OFFICE FURNITURE SHOWROOM" offering o complete selection of office furniture for every taste and budget CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13th Street N. Phone 327-4591 Besides these articles the culprits stole a 1969 light blue Datsun, Alberta licence plate number EC 1098, valued at The car was parked in the Potter's garage. A police spokesman said the theft appeared to be the work of professionals. Apparently they used candles to find their way around the hcuse. There were wax drippings throughout the house. Police were kept busy in- yestigating three other break- ins during the weekend. Frache's Flower Shop, Acme Television Ltd. and the R. Marsden store in the Bonny- dale Shopping Centre on 17th St. S. were broken into. It is not known at this time if anything is missing but po- lice believe the thieves were looking for money. Details on insurance cover- age have not been reported. The Potters were away for the weekend when the theft oc- curred. Sunday Bylaw Petition Before Council Tonight Whoop-Up Gates Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Previous Record (1964) (1969) (1969) (1968! (1966) (1966) 1969 1970 New record total attendance Former record total attendance (1970) (1966) N e w regulations covering Sunday entertainment and sports in the city are on the agenda for tonight's meeting of city council. While council is scheduled to give third and final reading to the Sunday bylaw, a petition against it has been received. Including 24 names that were submitted after the noon Thursday deadline, the petition contains names, short of the required. Lawyer Briant Stringam, who represents the groups sub- mitting the petition, says re- jection of the bylaw in a pleb- iscite (if one were held) would not result in the revoking pt current regulations. He said reports that rejection of the bylaw would mean the ban- ning of all Sunday spoil are incorrect. John Hammond, city solici tor, says he tends to agree with Mr. Stringam, although he would have to check into it more thoroughly, if a plebiscite is called. Up for second and third reading at tonight's meeting is an amendment to the highway traffic bylaw that would in- crease the setback of hedges and other obstructions at inter- sections to 25 from 15 feet. Four' letters to council have ben received, three of them opposing tb.e amendment. Council will also deal with a request from City Managei Tom Ferguson for a meeting with representatives of indus- try to discuss sewerage service charges. The consultant for the city's new secondary sewage treat- ment plant, Underwood McLel- lan and Associates Ltd. ar'e to present a new formula for sew- erage charges industrial sewage at the meeting. The revised charges would come into effect when the plant PEACE PARK MEETING Leaders of Rolary Inter- national met at East Glacier, Montana, during the week- end for the 38th annual meeting of Rotary's International Peace Park Association. Above, left to right. Art Neill of Butte, Mont., governor of Rolary district 539; Jack West- brook of Calgary, incoming president of Rotary's Inter- national Peace Park Association; Stanley McCaffery of San Francisco, California, first vice-president of Rotary International and Bill Swift of Edmonlon, governor of Rotary district 536 (includes The association exists to recognize and promote good will, peace and fellowship between citizens of Canada and the United States. Outgoing association president is Bill Koch of Billings, Mont. The annual meeting site alternates between East Glacier and Waterton takes. About 300 persons attended the weekend meeting at East Glacier. Local Briefs Expected For July Hearing At least 20 submissions from local groups will be made to the provincial hearings in Lethbridge concerning Bill 106 Wilderness Areas Smft Plant Steel Contract Award Soon Contracts for strnctual steel and other work on the Swift Canadian Co. Ltd. plant being built in .Lethbridge will likely be awarded this week. A spokesman for Oland Con- struction Ltd. of Calgary said Monday there would be a delay of several (lays while the len- ders, which closed on Friday, were processed. which is to go before the leg- islature next year. The one-night .hearing will be at Hamilton Junior High School, starting at p.m. July 2fl. The hearings are open to the I public, and everyone conccrn- i ed with how Alberta's park- lands and wilderness areas are I to be used is being urged by the city groups to attend. i A number of individuals have also indicated they plan I to make submissions to the j hearing. j Grain Quota The Canadian wheat board has announced a four-bushel grain quota effective immedi- ately at Brocket, Coults, Fort Maclcod, Monarch, Pcarce, Scandia and Turin. Further information is avail- able from Joan Puckett, at 327- 3597. CLIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. JBLACK DENTAL IAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Open Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 SAVE Tuo 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES All AT INUTE INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-8.34 509 6lh Avenue South is completed early next sum- that the city investigate the mcr j possibility of building a band- Also on the agenda is a mo- j shell, probably in Henderson tion by Alderman Rex Little I Lake Park. ______ COMPLETES COURSE-Rob Perldnson, 17, of 2222 10th Ave. 5., Lethbridge, has just completed a tough 26-day course at the Outward Bound Mountain School at Keremeos, B.C. During the course he took part in rock climbing, canoeing, map-reading and compass work and went on several challenging expeditions into the moun- tains where he learned how to survive for 36 hours without carrying food with him. The Outward Bound School is the first in Canada and is based on the ideas of Dr. Kurt Hahn, famous educator and founder of Gordonstoun School in Scotland. Cars Burn Sunday In Fire A fire early Sunday morning almost destroyed the home of Dr. James H. Noble of 2222 9th Ave. S. Damage is 'estimated to be about Police official indicate theives were trying to steal the instruments out of the Noble's car parked next to the house under the carport. Fire ap- parently broke out in the car when the wires were short cir- cuited. The Noble's two vehicles were completely destroyed in the fire. Nikka Yuko Attendance Attendance last week at Nikka Yuko Centennial Garden was recorded at This number is somewhat lower than recorded during the same period last year. There were no tours included in last week's visitors lists. The Nobles were sleeping in the house at the time of the fire and were awakened by neighbors when smoke was seen coming from the house. Smoke and water damage was extensive. No arrests have .been report- ed relative to the fire. Police are continuing their investiga- tion. Army, Navy and Air Force 34 BINGO IN THE CtUBROOMS Tuesday, July 28 JACKPOT Blackout in 51 Noi. For Members and Their Guests! MOST BAD BREATH CAN BE CONTROLLED (he stomach or lungs and in lorne cases hove been related to emotional stress. Once the cause hai been determined a way can usually be found to stop it. Do not be afraid to discuss bad breath with your physician or denUsh__ ______ Mod Wire Rim Sunglasses are in and at Oroffin's. We've got the grooviest variety from S5.95. Laura Secord's fresh and tempting can make your summer day. "Love" (Cosmetics) i are here to stay so why not try them? DRAFFIN'S DRUG SIORE DOWNTOWN ROD 327-3279 nlSPENSARY Gf.OXGl 32H-61.T ;