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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta NOW IS THE TIME TO START THINKING ABOUT YOUR CHRISTMAS VACATION HAWAII, MEXICO, OR THE CARIBBEAN ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CINTBE VILLAGE MAU PHONE 328-3201 The Lethbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, June PAGES 9 TO 18 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BIDS. 740 4th AVE. S. PHOJjE 328-7121 "Do you hove a pair erf glatiet for holiday Edwin Davidson is ready for federal election call B y GREG McINTVRE Herald Slatf Writer When Prime Minister Tru- deau finally calls For the best buy Tn Air Conditioning Phone 327-SBI6 the election, a preliminary list of voters will be posted, errors or omissions will be corrected at a court of revision that will sit the 17, 8 and 13th day be fore the vote. For each polling station there must be a deputy return- ing officer, a poll clerk and if desired, each party with a can didale in the running may have one scrutineer present. The Liberals, the Conserva tives and the New Democrats have so far indicated they wil field candidates in the Leth bridge riding, he said. The So- cial Credit party has not. Mr. Davidson has close to a ton of lection crator Information kits, manu als for deputy returning offi cers, etc. silling in storage at his residence for a year waiting the election call. Asked to speculate when tha might be, he reolied: "Your guess is as good as mine." University student fees increase less than asked Students at the University of Lethbririge have been hit with a fee increase of per se- mester, even though they ask- ed for a increase. Singers' concert Tuesday The farewell concert of the Anne Campbell Tour Singers will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Yale's Memorial Centre. The group will sing songs en- tered in the international com- petition in Wales as well as several all-Canadian numbers to be sung in concerts in Eur- ope. The second part of the pro- gram will be the audience's choice of songs from the sing- ers' repertoire. The girls leave for their tour June 26. The Student's Society Coun cil, acting on the result of a April referendum, said it coulc not go along with the majority because "the SSC felt tha hey could not increase fees solely for athletics at this tim vhen funds may be needet 'or a student building on cam pus which may be in operatio .his fall." The Increase will mak t necessary for the physica education department to with draw from the College Hocke Conference because of a lack o funds. The SSC said it could no justify spending almost for a small group involved i hockey when large groups other students also have a vali claim for financing. A day care centre is one the items being considered fo SSC funding. MANUFACTURER'S SPECIAL! FIRST GRADE EXTERIOR PAINT KEM ONE-COAT GALLON 9 S-W-P OIL BASE Regular colors............. GALLON 8 A-100 LATEX GAUON 8 LINSOLENE UNSEED OIL. SHINGLE PAINT GAUON 6 .49 THE ABOVE OFFER FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT and WALLPAPER 321 6lh Street South Phone 327-8321, 327-0211 Decision in July on new LCC facility A decision should be made b mid-July on whether a 30-bei facility will be built on th Lethbridge Community Collei campus for care of the men tally retarded and physical handicapped. The proposal, submitted the Lethbridge Association the Mentally Retarded, is no in the hands of the National I stitute of Mental Retardation. Len Wright, executive dire lor of the Lethbridge associ lion, said St. Paul is the on other Alberta centre which h applied for a project so far. total of 21 centres in the pro ince could apply. The national assodatk plans to approve a project each province at a cost of million over the next fi years. damage Randal H. Konynenbelt Nobleford escaped serious jury when the car he was dr ing went out le, were secured, MS secre- ary Mrs. J. F. Hodgson said. G1LMOUR HOSEMASTER ADJUSTABLE ROTARY SPRINKLER "KNOWN AROUND THE WORLD" Dial-O-Matic adjustment from 10'to sin 95 ONLY 10 Call 327-5767 DOWNTOWN AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. cir Tuesday Sale June 20 P.M. IMMACULATE 250CC MOTOR BIKE Excellent running order 30 Day Guarantee RofollHer, plastic hosing, patio torch, new Tn. drill, new !i in, drill, new sander, jig saw, portable typewriter, copper heater, carlop carrier, heating coils, radjant heater, battery charger, 2 Iricycles, like new, lots af school bus scats, floor polishers, wringer washers, good working fridges, many garden tools, lawn chairs, irunlcs and suitcases, very clean crib and playpen combo (complete with high chairs, sun lamp, pfcnler boxes, jolly jumper, box spring and mattress, chesterfields and chairs, light wood bedroom suite In very good condition, saddle, wood burning cook stove, chrome kilchen suiie, log radiant, good selection of TV's, stroller, 3 doz, restaurant cups, oil burner, lamps, end tables, beds, doors and windows, Many Items too numerous ID 1959 __ 4 DOOR METEOR STATION WAGON DATE TO REMEMBER: Saturday, June 24lh ANTIQUE and BYGONE SALE fOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES Phone 327-T222 2503 2nd Ave. N. Auctioneer! BILL HOPE-lic. 845 REED HAWTHORNE Sales Representative ;