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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta MFC okays ivest side The subdivision for the first phase of dcvelopmeot in West Lethbridge was approved Wed- nesday by the Municipal Plan- ning Commission. The subdivision, subject to final approval from man River Regional the Phnn Commission, will create 58 res-1 idential lots immediately. They] are scheduled to go on sale Lu; September. The first residential develop- ment stage across the river will be directly west of the Un- iversity of Lethbridge. The sub- divison maps show a 25-acrc I lake at tile surround- ed by a green strip and park. Between this fall and 1975, much of the area between the lake and University Drive will be developed with single fam- ily houses, duplexes and apart- ments. The redesign of another sub- divison, between St. Edwards Community music program under way June 26 Heritage conference has delegate The German Canadian Club ol Lclhbridge has been invited by the provincial department of culture, youth and recreation to send a delegate to the Al- berta Cultural Heritage Confer- ence in Edmonton June 16 to 18. The club will send Envin blvd. and 26th Ave. Fellner, principal oi Allan Wot-1 from Stafford Drive to 18th St Was recommended for ap- son School. A public meeting June 12 at the German Canadian Club Hall at 8 p.m. is open to all ......Gcr- and suggestions will be made to The music program, one ol :he special sections of the Com- munity Summer Program, gets under way June 26. The program, for eight- to 14-year-olds, is run with indi- vidualized leadership in mind. It involves group direction, but not an instructional program. Children will participate in fun-singing sessions, and learn how to construct homemade in- struments. Tours are being scheduled for them to see the operation of various musical instruments in and around this city, such as church organs and synthesizers. A trip has been arranged (or [be children to the coulees people in Lethbridge of man background. Ideas "ie made to approve at the meeting, so building at 312 4lh St. S. for he has a cross-scclion of feel-.Scott National Company Ltd. ings from a number of local It'll be used as a paper prod- proval by the MFC. The subdivision, containing 1 ICO acres, extends to the north- ern city limit. In other business, the MFC approved plans to renovate the residents. I ucts distribution warehouse. SALESMAN OF THE MONTH We are pleased to an- nounce that Gordon Close has achieved salesman of fho month for May. Our congratu- lations are extended to Gordon on his fine at> complishmenl. GORDON CLOSE FLEMING MOTORS 7th St. end 1st Ave. S. Phone 327-1591 Hiroiiaka is conference liairman The western section of th American Society and Canada an Society of Animal Scienc will hold its annual conventio at the Banff School of Fin Arts June 11 to 14. There mil be 135 scientif! papers, including three froi he Lethbridge Research Sta tion, presented during the COL vention. With representation from 1 states in the U.S. and Western provinces, Leth- bridge's Bob Hi r o n a k a will preside for the 250 registrants expected. Scientists will come from uni- instruments from grass Guest artists have been In- ited to perform for the stu- ents. The children will be encour- here they can learn to make aged to participate in the pro- gram concerts which will be held at the conclusion of eacli two-week session. The concert1- will be performed for parents and other playground groups. As well as being on stage they will be able to help with backstage activities, make-up and stage crew jobs. At the end of the four ses ions, a grand concert will be Uged with all children in volved. The sessions will be ield 9 a.m. to 12 noon and o 4 p.m. weekdays at Hie Leth bridge Community College. The children will be trans Homeowners may do own electric ivork An amendment to the elec- ric bylaw has been passed by city council allowing homeown- ers to do their own electrical work. A permit costing up to 10 outlets and 10 cents for ev- ery outlet thereafter must be obtained at city hall before the work can begin. When the job is completed the homeowner is required to notify the electric departmen to have the work inspected. In a letter to council, utility director Oliver Erdos said th change was necessary to inspection of wiring done by th homeowner, minimizing t h chance of future accidents o fires. City Manager Tom Nutting stressed the city encourages people to hire an electrician to do household wiring. The bylaw amendment also affects fees for connections and reconncctions. Where there was no charge before, a ?10 fee has been in- cluded to cover the cost of new connections, either in a new res- idence for a new electric de- ported to the college from >ick-up points in the city an jr ought back to the sam points. The program is organized b Ben Brooks and Jack Linde man, and program leaders ar Wendy Burrows and Ruth An. Smith. Workshops will be held June 12 to 16 for the Fun Clubs at the playgrounds in the city. Registration for all special programs under the Community Summer Program may be Guilty plea 3rings remand Reginald Complon, 48, of 1003 27th St. A N. was remanded in custody for one week for a pre- sentence report after be plead- ed guilty in Lcthbridge magis- trate's court to charges of pos- session of a weapon dangerous :o the public peace and illegal conveyance o( alcohol. Compton also pleaded guilty Lo a charge ol common assault which resulted from an inci- dent May 27. The remand in custody and presentence report were re- quested by city police to pro- vide both Judge L. W. Hudson and the Crown with more infor- mation. Compton was arrested and charged early Wednesday morning near the intersection of 2Mb St. and 5th Ave. N. alter a search of his vehicle revealec loaded .22 calibre semi-auto- atic rifle, several butcher nives, a six-inch bladed knife nd some opened beer. made in Gym 1 Sports Centre. of the Civic versities, research stations, ex- tension agencies and consulting organizations. Dr. Dave Bowden of Leth- bridge, who is acting secretary for the western sector of the American society, said this is the largest gathering of animal scientists. Highlight of the convention will be a half-day symposium on measuring reproductive per" formance of the beef cow. partment customer or a new lo- cation for an existing customer. Heconnections for customers who have not paid their elec- tric bill will now cost during working hours and alter hours. The old charges were and The bylaw now gives the elec- tric department the authority to refuse a reconnection until the full amount of the bill has been paid. LCI his style old style reunion on ivay The first Lethbridge Collegi- ate Institute Homecoming will take place July 1 to 3. Invitations have bcert extend- ed to students and teachers who attended the school prior to 1930, and from 1930 to 1935. Kay MacLeod, a representa tive of the homecoming com mittee, said the committee knows many Lethbridge resi dents are planning on attending the homecoming, but they have not yet let the committee know officially they are coming. Ms. MacLeod said the com mittee would like to have som idea by June 20 of the numbe of people who will attend th function. Those Interested should con tact the committee for regis tration forms. Mart Kenny and his Western Gentlemen will be playing fo the homecoming dance on Jul 3. people at Christian Science meet Several Lethbridge residents are attending the annual meet- ng of Christian Scientists in Boston this week. Some Christian Scien- tists are gathered from around ;he world to discuss church pol- icy and Christian Science liv- ing. Christian healing: the de- mand on everyone, is the theme of the annual meeting. SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT THIS WEEK'S MINI-DRAW WINNER LUCIEN AZURE 1209 BROADWAY SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN A MINI-DRAW EVERY WEEK Tit AUG. 25TH GRAND PRIZE SEPtv 16 THE FOLLOWING LUCKY 100 PEOPLE WON CASH PRIZES It was steam and cinders all the way on ihose big eight-wheelers. Gave a man a thirst as big as the Rockies and as dry as the Drumheller Badlands. So his style was Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner, for thirst-quenching flavour slow-brewed and naturally aged. And that's the way It still tastes honest-to-goodness beer brewed with half a century of know-how. Try it at your next wet-your-whistfe-stop. TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIDQE John T. Bennett, Edmonton P. Monotf, Edmonton M. Lefevre, Catgary J. A. Barrle, Medicine Hat A. J. SkalEcky, Calgary Rose Toupin, Edmonton Stan K. Bray, Edmonton Mrs. W. Grossenbacher. Delta, B.C. Sam Kolba, Edmonton Jocrg Schreltxr, St. John, N.B. Joan H elf rich, Saskatoon, Sask. Denis Weseld'ivskf, Saskaloon, Saik. Victor Lawson, Calgary Garth Tobln, Edmonton Mrs. B. L. Hocey, Cavan, Onf- Mr. tA. Slobcdisn, Kimberty, B.C. Vivienna Purely, Cafgary David B Stone, Calgary G. Morgensen, Edmonfon Miss Leu NorFhway, Calgary Chas. F. Meadows, Blacfcle Emite Co reel I, Winnipeg, Man, Lillian M. Carr, Victaria B.C. Mrs. UtycJ Meagher, Quesnel, B.C. J. L, and j. D. ZmurehyX, Calgary Jack Dickinson, W. Vancouver, B.C. Gordon Keegan, Calgary Frank Hnluh, catgsry Irene MaiaiuK, Catgary James D'Arcy, Calqary Mark Slodtiard, Vulcan E. G. Keith, Lei h cridga 6. Brown, Edmonton Jim Hibak, Surrey, B.C. Mrs. Barbara Fry, Duncan, B.C. L. T. MacDonald, EcJmonlon VI. G. Fitjpalrick, Canary Andre Dallaire, Quebec, P.O. j. 0, Brown, Calgary Mrs. Elaine Issak, Calgary Margo Soucy, Halifax, N.S. H. Gofigos, EdmonJon Sophie Fillpthufc, Calgary D, K. Thomas, Calgary K. J. Parkins, OUawa Mrs. Winifred Smith, Calgary Susan Hammell, Surrey, B.C. R. E. Dickinson, Cafgary D, R. B artel, Saskatoon, Sask. Susanna Gefst, Reglna, Sask. ohn Calgary Ars. G. E. Scoll, Victoria, B.C. Ceraldf, N. Burrvaby, B.C. Harold Gow, Vauxhall Les Zarkos, Banff Jooald Dlxon, EdmCTiton Aetro Chernlwehan, Calgary 3ave DrooXs Mrs. A. W. Bogart, Edmonton E. A. Pococfc, Calgary Jen Cailegaro, BuaiabYi B.C. E. A. Poccck, Calgary Roy Slraun, Calgary 3ene Lint, Calgary _. Pockar, Calgary Herman R. ArwJerson, Calgary Stafford Ouxbvry, El rose, Sask. Gladys Logan, Edmonton Eric Dade, Calgary Lincoln EEnman, ToronJo, Ont. Loueila, Laureen and Hell Greckol Calnary Mary Greef, 0-C. D. J. Bricker, Calgary Mrs. fA. Brown, Assiniboia, Sasfc. W. A. Parkinscn, Calgary Mary Edmonton D. M. Becfcner, Calgary Mrs. Eugene smoUnski, Edmonton Arlhur G. WrigM, Ruskin, B.C. M. Kapuskajing, Onl. Mrs. Marucl SparJcs, Calgary Ricliard Miller, Calgary Rodney Andrews, Okoloks Mrs. R. P. King, Calgary Mrs. Pearl Cook, Edmoqlon A. A. Ponoka Mike A. Prcfliger, Pmoka Mrs. Marie Armstrong, Saskatoon Dxeert Dawson, Edmonfon Mr. Rlcriard Copeland, Winnipeg H. Dermrs, Dray ton Valley Roy Silvester, Perdu a, Sask, John Padlesky, St. Paul J .S- NcrdBtrom, Ed morion G. Seitz, Medicine Hat Adrlana Matsalla, Edmonton Mrs. Carol Portas, Edmonton Mrs, V, Mokrey, Calgary H. Tfndall, Mr. G. Tagtmeyer, W. Lake, Yukon Friday, Juna 9, 1972 TH? IF7HBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND SPECIALS at MARTENS COALDALE Open Monday thru Friday B a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. IGA CENTRE VILLAGE CENTRE VILIAGE !GA ALSO FEATURES FREE DELIVERY! STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL CtOSING SATURDAY, JUNE 10th, 1972 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CANADA CHOICE STEER BEEF CROSS ROASTS............ CANADA CHOICE STEER BEEF CHUCK STIAK USE THIS HANDY MAIL ORDER COUPON BE SUM TO MMT CllARCr FlUSt 00 HOT (Iff A MM Ot VJHII TICKET MIL' If UllLiO TO TOD mOMP CALGARY STAMPEDE FUTURITY SWEEPSTAKE! 1 P.O. BOX 2900 CALGARY, ALBERTA 72P 2M7 EncSoied is my order, made payable J to the Calgary Stampede Futurity Sweepslake. I Prease forward by return maH............... Cafgary Quantity 1 Sta mpede Futurity Sweepstake Tickets 2.50 each. 1 1 No. I I (Remittance must accompany coupon) 7-iai J wtsmr mcitJUE OF WIIIIKC'. J AYIMER TOMATO SOUP lO-oi. lins 9 TIDE KING SIZE FKG. KAM LUNCH MEAT 12-oz. tins TOP VALU BEANS WITH PORK oz. tin .00 HAPPY TIME ICE CREAM Asstd.................gallon 1 .49 TOP VAIU EVAP. MILK 16 oz. lins 51 .00 YELLOW SUGAR Ib. bag LETTUCE CRISP, GREEN HEADS 2 Watermelon RED, RIPE PLAY IGA BLACKOUT BINGO CENTRE VILIAGE IGA ONLY THIS WEEK-JACKPOT CARDS 12 14 4 11 2 9 6 15 3 7 1 19 27 26 28 17 IS 29 23 16 27 21 N 43 40 42 37 31 39 32 35 44 45 33 55 54 59 56 53 52 49 43 SB 50 72 75 67 61 74 73 63 63 70 65 71 62 LAST WEEK'S WINNER C SEKIYA, 1014-15th STREET N., LEIHBRIDGB ;