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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ENJOY A CARIBBEAN CRUISE 5.8 14 Day CruicM Available Prom N.w York from and up on QUMH lllxqbtih II Art Williams Travel C.ntr. Villas. Mall 32W201 City may get gov't funds for swim pool The province will probably provide towards con- struction of the North Leth- bridge Swimming Pool, city manager Tom Nutting says in a brief to city council. After discussions with the province, Mr. Nutting recom- mends council agree Monday to apply to the department of municipal affairs for the money under the depart- winter works pro- The dty would then only have to borrow in- stead of an anticipated 000 to build the indoor pool. The application for funds re- places one made earlier for funding certain work "inci- dental" to the downtown re- development project, he says in a letter to council "It appears we will be suc- cessful in receiving approval to the extent of on a project that is fairly labor he says. Meanwhile, community ser- vices director Bob Barttett has recommended the city make it a "family type" 25 metre pool with room for 500 spectators adjacent to Win- ston Churchill High School. An exact site has not been chosen but Mr. Bartlett will present a preliminary site plan to council Monday. Wind stirs dusty cuts visibility Winds gusting up tp 48 m.p.h. hit the Lethbridge area Fridaf afternoon caus- ing blowing dust 'thaHreduc- ed visibility to one and one- half mile, the 'weather office reported today. Average winds speed was 30 m.p.h., but fire de- partment officials said that there were no reports of He says in a letter that construction can. begin this winter with the provincial grant and he recommends a committee be established to choose an architect. He is also beginning discussions with the school board about joint financing of the facility. Council will be also asked to limit instrusions of Leth- bridge air space. C. 0. Bender of 826 20th St. S. in a letter to aldermen says use of tiie air space by aircraft operating out of Ken- yon Field has been increas- ing over the past year. He is concerned about the risk of accidents and "the real hardship the aircraft noise imposes on our fellow citizens afflicted with urban- noise neurosis." Mr. Bender says a flight path from the field to Calgary avoiding the residential part of the city would involve only about three or four extra min- utes of flying time. "I think it is worth council insisting that pilots take that extra he says. Alderman Tom Ferguson will recommend that council approach the federal govern- ment to erect a permanent centre for the use of the na- tive people. In a notice of motion he says that "there is every in- dication that any help that is given by the city can only be of a temporary nature." The exhibition board has asked for an early and infor- mal meeting with aldermen to discuss future development plans for the exhibition grounds. "We feel that a meeting to discuss matters which are of mutual interest in the devel- opment of the community is long says board president Fred Pritchard in a letter. The winds were caused by (be same weather system that bit Calgary Friday after- noon bringing gusts of 66 m.p.h. that blew down trees and wires and broke win- dows. Weather today is to be mainly clear with highs near 75 and overnight lows near 50. Sunday is expected to be sunny with highs near 80. MOVING? OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED. VAN LINES 5 injured in crash Five persons were injured early tins morning when the four wheel drive vehicle they were riding in collided an embankment on Uni- versity Road. Driver of the vehicle Jerry Boan, P.O. Box 73, Leth- bridge, was thrown through the windshield during the col- sion and is being treated in St Michael's Hospital for un- determined injuries. Cindy Harsh, 14, 1006 18th St N., with multiple injuries and Leon Lundey, 19, High- way 3A, Kver Valley area, with a broken leg are also being treated in St. Mi- chael's. Leslie Brooks, 19, P.O.Box 73, Lethbridge, is in satisfac- tory condition following treat- ment for undetermined in- juries in the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Brian Kaupp, 16, of New Dayton, was treated for scrapes and bruises to the legs and upper body and re- teased from hospital early today. E. S. P. FOX FOX (Lath.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 DtwM The Lethbridae Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, July PAGES 13 TO 28 UIHMIDOI OfFICI FURNITURE LTD, UlhbrMfc, Albtrta Uwtr Uvri 71k Shopping Mall (403) 920-7411 ADDING MACHINES The city Briefly Speaking Tennis clinics scheduled Potters wheel youngsters at Civic Centre watch Jiow done Arts, crafts classes in abundance With arts and crafts cour- ses available all over Leth- bridge, summer doesn't have to be a time restricted to sun-worshipping or naming: through the sprinkler Here's a list of opportuni- ties in the tity for residents of all ages. Three courses for young people begin Aug. 7 at the Bowman Art Centre, at 811 5th Ave. S. Each course runs two weeks, with two hours of instruction daily. Fees are per course and materials are supplied. Painting lessons for young people between the ages of 6 and 16 begin at a.m. Aug. 7. Afternoon classes, from to are scheduled in ing and photography. The drawing course is open to those between 10 and 16 years and the photography to those 12-16. Students must supply their own camera for the photo- graphy course' which consists of picture taking instruction and darkroom techniques. The Family YMCA this summer is -teaching handi- crafts to small children through its Edstpwn pro- gram. Open to children tween the ages of 6 and 12, the two-week sessions cost for non-members and for Y members. Kidstown is a varied pack- age, with instruction in dicrafts included with swim- ming lessons, picnics and out- ings. The hours of operation are from 10 a.m. to 3 p-m. weekdays. The last two-week Kidstown session begins Aug. 7. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens dub runs its own handicrafts program, meeting-alternate Fridays to do ceramics, newflecraft and leatherwork. People interest- ed in the Chinook program can contact the club secre- tary at 327-3264. Anyone over the age of eight City man faces trafficking ckarge Crown witnesses presented sufficient evidence to war- rant a trial for a Lethbridge man charged with possession of MDA for purposes of traf- ficking, a preliminary bear- ing determined in a provin- cial court sitting Friday- Kim Patrick Weir, 635 12th St S., was arrested April 26 following, a three-man RCMP drug raid of a vehicle on 3rd Avenue N. near 13th St. RCMP Sgt Richard Mc- Laren, Const. Paul F. Hayner and Const Kenneth N. Kra- mer rushed the vehicle after more than a half hour of sur- veillance and smashed three BERGMAN? noot COVEMtGS Custom Info! kit IOTW PK 12 S. windows with the butts of then- revolvers to prevent the occupants from driving off, court was told. Weir, driver of the vehicle, appeared to be sorting or counting didn't no- plain-clothed RCMP members approach the ve- hicle until be was told to open the door, Const Kram- mer told court Fire damage at Fire caused an estimated damage to a south-side residence Friday evening at 2014 Sth Ave. S. Firefighters restricted damage to a living room chair and smoke damage to the interior of the home and there were no injuries. The RCMP seized from tiie front seat of the car and another 489 from Weir. Also seized were 141 cap- sules of the drug MDA from in and around the vehicle, witnesses said. Sgt McLaren valued a cap- sule of MDA oo Letbbridge street level, at to 93 per capsule which could'increase to 96 to if the supply was limited. Weir and two others were arrested whDe a fourth man Trial date for Weir has not been set. WINDOW COOLER SPECIALS! 5000 RTU 6000 BTU WOO Nil Oilwi liiiM WM typo M CwnfNnvniw ww CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd Are. S. Phom 32S-33M Beat The Heat) ADMIRAL B.T.U. AIR CONDITIONERS While They Last LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES 3rd Sooth ASTRO REALTY LTD. i t If' e SMILEY'S PLUMBING BATHROOMS REMODELLING 32t-2176 SPECIAL! Sheepskin Coots and Hides and Other Leathers 15% OFF! (July 30th to Aug. 4th) PARK'S-NBLSON'S MY CLEANERS LTD. SUPRtOR DRY CLEANING 311 St. S. and 1514A Wi Are. S. Phww 327-4141, 327-5151, 327-7771 hour blocking tailoring plMt end dropwy leather processing The YMCA Tennis duo has announced it will bold a ser- ies of three tennis clinics on the Civic Centre tennis courts on Saturday afternoons be- tween 1 and 3 p.m. Cost per session is The fee for attendance at all three sessions is The fust session, on funda- mentals, was this afternoon. The second session Aug. 4 covers skills for the interme- diate player the volley, the lob and the smash. The third session Aug.'11 .will deal with advanced ten- nis techniques like the half volley, the slice and the drop shot. Registration for the clinics can be made at the YMCA. College grads find jobs A report to the Lethbridge Community College adminis- tration confirms that over 90 per cent of recent LCC graduates have found jobs. The report contains opin- ions from students on their education at the college and the demands of their employ- ers. Information from the' grad- uates and employer advisory committee is used to assist administrators in upgrading college career programs ac- cording to requirements of business and industry. Pension man visit set Field Officer for the Cana- dian Pension Plan, Louis La Place, will be in Pincher Creek and Blairmore Aug. 2 and 3 to answer queries on the Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security and the Guaranteed Income Supple- ment. Mr. La Place will be in'the Blairmore Federal Building Aug. 2 from 10 a.m. to p.m. and in the Pincher Creek Town Hall Aug. 3 from 9 a.m. until noon. He will also provide assist- ance in the filing of applica- tions for those who are now or wffl be qualified for old age benefits. Swim class has vacancies Swimming Instruction Pro- grams run by the city of Letbbridge still have vacan- cies at city pools. Pre-begfamer and beginner classes at the YMCA can accomodate more child- dren. Registration continues until August 7. Henderson, lions and the Fritz Sick pools are accepting registrations for swim pro- grams daring public swim- ming hours. Rotarians at West Glacier is eligible to drop into the Civic Ice Centre and re- ceive free instruction and materials for a number of crafts from the Opportunities For Youth project, crafts Incorporated. In the Centre between 10 a.m. and noon, 1 p.m., and 5 p.m. weekdays, seven uni- versity students and four high school students are set up to instruct in the crafts of silk screening, ceramics, leatherwork, macrame and batik. The YMCA Is also into the craft business. Its community summer program at city playgrounds includes small handicrafts paper folding, macbe, and tie-dying. Hours of instruction vary ftom week to week and park to park so it's best to contact the lead- ers in the nearest city park to find out time and location. The Kinsmen, Gyro, Lake- view, Lions Centennial, Nor- bridge, Bideau Court areas have leaders on duty during the week. Kiwanis park has two instructors Mondays and Wednesdays, Stafford Park, Tuesdays and Thursdays. The two Rotary clubs of Lethbridge are expecting about 24 members to join some 300 Rotarians and their wives from Montana and Al- berta at the 4Jst annual Wat- erton Glacier Internation- al Peace Park Assembly, today and Sunday. Norm Fooks of the East Inquests set into deaths An inquest win be held into the death of a 12-year-old boy who was found dead at the base of an 800-foot cliff in WatertonLakes National Park, Coroper Dr. John Mor- gan advised today. Arthur Joseph Cordeiro, 2906 13th-Ave. S., and four other boys became separated from the main group of Cath- olic Youth Camp boys during a Mfcfag expedition Wednes- day 10 miles vest of Water- ton townsite. The inquest is scheduled for August 21, in Waterton. Coroner Dr. John Morgan says an inquest will be held into the deaths of two Leth- bridge residents, Joseph Onrik, 50 and his son, Tim- othy, 14, who were killed Monday in a two-vehicle col- lision atKipp. Lethbridge club said he is ex- pecting about 10 to 12 parti- cipants and Ray Pepper of the Downtown Rotary Club is expecting about twelve to travel to the meeting at West Glacier, Mont The annual observ an c e commemorates the establish- ment of Waterton and Glacier as an international peace park by acts of the Canadian Parliament and U.S. Con- Mr. Fooks said a number of years ago, the Rotary clubs from Montana and southern Alberta petitioned (ne two governments to set up Waterton and Glacier as an international peace park to promote a greater internation- al relationship. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CUNIC DENTAL MECHANIC Sdmwtz 222 St 1 32S-4095 if SUPER SPECIALS! Community Silverplote "ARTISTRY" PATTERN 1 only tet for 12. Reg. f.Q AC 99.95. SPECIAl O 9 1 ONLYI 3-PC. SERVING SET Reg. 12.95 SPECIAL 1 ONLYI 'SPANISH CROWN" PATTERN 20-piece set. Reg. 38.00. SPECIAL 1 ONLYI 3-PC. SERVING SET Reg. 12.95 i SPECIAL O.7J Coll China 327-5767 J Qt DOWNTOWN cATERIK Are you planning a ban- quet, wedding reception or social gathering soon? let us prepare and servo a delicious meal to your exact specifications. THE LOTUS BANQUET ROOM for vp to 125 persons avatfobk at all times. Phono for iwwvafionsl JUSTCAU OR 327.297 LOTUS Across fmn Two Ol Depot ;