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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta a" Iravel requirements Planning AIR CANADA TIME AIR LTD. _ CANADIAN PACIFIC AIRUNES A TriD' CANADIAN WESTERN AIRLINES M "'r' call BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE Oa; Freo Reservation and Information Service Wo also arrange reserve lions for all other Airlines and Steamships. The Herald SECOND SECTION Lotlibridge, Alberta, Saturday, June 27, 1970 PAGES 13 TO 26 .Jerry A. E. CROSS WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE ABOVE MARKET PRICES GIVEN Probation Break Brings Jail A 17-year-old Coaldale youth, Percy Dreaver, was sentenced to a total of three months in provincial jail when lie appear- ed in magistrate's court in Lethbridge Friday. Dreaver pleaded guilty to taking a motor vehicle without the owners consent and was sentenced to a term of one month. He also, because of breaking probation in the vehicle offense, had an original charge of breaking and entering into a Coaldale school brought back, had his probation order re- voked, and was sentenced to an additional two months in a pro- vincial jail. Name Change Clarified L. J. Wright, executive direc- tor of the Lethbridge and Dis- trict Association for Retarded Children has announced that, in keeping with the name changes of the affiliated organizations, the group's name will be changed to Lethbridge Associa- tion for the Mentally Retarded. The federal organization is now named the Canadian Asso- ciation for the Mentally retard- ed, and the Alberta body is named the Alberta Association for the Mentally Retarded. Mr. Wright said that the dele- tion of the words "retarded children" and the insertion of the words "mentally retarded" is to make the public aware that the associations also work with pre-school children and adult retardates as well as school age children. Time Air Service Expan Time Airways Ltd., with Ca- nadian Transport Commission authorization for e x c 1 u sive scheduling between Lethbridge and Calgary, will begin expand- a.m., 11 a.m., p.m., p.m. and p.m. for the same weekdays. On Saturdays, (here will be a a.m. flight to Calgary which will return at 11 a.m. On Sundays and statutory hol- idays, there will be two flights, one leaving Lethbridge at p.m. and p.m. leaving Calgary at The other leaves GREG FORSYTHE AND WALLY RUSSELL PART OF STUDENT SERVICES INC. "FVZZ Do Ajiything You Dream Up" Students' Summer Business Pays Off Honors Group Larry Allan of 2008 12th Ave. S., Lethbridge was among those students receiving first honors in the Gonzaga University spring semester. There were 346 students in the honors group at GU, in Spokane, Wash. MOVING? OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES BY JIM WILSON Herald Staff Writer The business education courses at the Lethbridge Com- munity College must work, be- cause Greg Forsythe, a student there for the past two years, has started a highly successful summer business doing odd jobs. "We'll do anything you can dream up and depending on the size of the job, we'll go anywhere in southern Greg tells his potential custom- ers. The "we" refers to Student Services Inc., financed entirely by Greg, age 20, and a fellow LCC business administration student Vic Elverum. The com- pany has employed as many as five students, but is down to three at present. Since they started work in May they've had more than 150 jobs, and completed them all. The jobs vary from yard cleai ing and landscaping to house Vic has left to work for t city, but Greg said he finds h job too interesting to change. "We've done a lot better the we could have at almost an other job, from the viewpoin of both self-satisfaction a] monetary gain. But you real! can't measure it just in tho terms." he said. "We've gained what othaper advertising campaign designed by Greg on the basi of what he learned at LCC and business cards and letter sent to homeowners and busi nesses. They prefer to work on i contract basis rather than a hourly rate, because it leads t less problems. Contracts under they'll do on a verbal con tract; contracts worth mor they ask for a written agree ment. Their jobs have ranged from about to "and they'vi sure put us in good physica condition this summer." Greg said the company has iad only one contract problem since solved, "and we've hat mostly good customers anc lope we'll be able to help then: again." Student Services Inc. was re- Meeting Monday The Alberta Wilderness As- sociation, Lethbridge Chapter, vill meet Monday in room sev- en of the Kate Andrews Build- ing, L e t h bridge Community ollege. Main topic will be committee memberships and organization or the coming year. CLIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE cently given the City of Leth-1 students employed about two bridge contract for the govern-1 days a week, ment-required weed control pro- gram, administered through the parks and recreation depart- ment and the job keeps three Milk Price To Increase On July 15 Southern Albertans will pay two cents per quart more for milk beginning July 15, in keeping with rising milk costs throughout the province. The Public Utilities Board of Alberta made the announce- ment Friday that all types of "We worked about 12 hours a day, seven days a week for the first month, but things have slowed down Greg said. "When we need more help, though, we can easily get it we ask friends, or we'll gel Manpower to supply us with someone." He pays his employees to or more an hour, depending on the job. Competition is heavy for the milk will increase because of rising production costs. As well as the retail in- crease, processors will have to pay milk producers more. Milk used for direct consumption will increase to a hun- dredweight from and milk used for such products as choc- olate milk will be instead rf In the Lethbridge area lomogenized milk, which now etails for 29 cents a quart, vill after July 15 cost 31 cents, and partly skimmed milk will go from 28 cents a quart to 30 The board mission by sking that milk purchased in tores should be lower in price lan delivered milk. In its decision the board re- erred to a 1964 ruling which aid if the store price was re- uced by two-cents-a-q u a r t hat amount must be recover- from the customer who pur- lases through home delivery. The board said Friday it ap- Canada Saf e w a y, irough its acquisition of Jas- ir Dairies Ltd. in Edmonton, an process and deliver fluid ailk to its stores at substan- ally lower cost than other can deliver by com- ined store home deliveries. rejected a sub- Canada Safeway kind of jobs Student Services Inc. does, he said, but the pro- fessional companies have been extremely helpful, even offer- ing useful advice about how to do some of the more compli- cated jobs. Greg said he hopes next year will be even more successful and involve more students. "I hope we'll be able to build it up this year, and next May we'll start advertising differ- ently on radio and television as well as in The Herald. "We hope we'll get most of our customers from this year back next summer so we'll do the best job we can for them." Greg will attend an Ameri- can university this fall as the start of lu's master's degree in business administration. (Ca- nadian campuses offering sim- ilar courses to the one he wants to take will not take college transfer students.) Student Services Inc. does not ed operations July 1. Walter R. (Stubb) Ross, pres- ident of Time Air said today the policy of half fare stand-by flights will be incorporated for students and senior citizens for "TiTVT i TI I i all scheduled flights on Time JfWA I aKCS All' aircraft. j A special family plan will y-v also be a part of the seme (jii provided for Lethbridge. Lcthbridge at p.m. and leaves Calgary at p.m. A newly purchased turbo- prop aircraft, with a 19- passenger capacity, will go into service next Wednesday when Time's schedules alter. Time, which gained the judg ment which gives full author zation for the flights and whic allows Pacific Western Airline to lake over some of Air Can ada's present service from Ca gary to Edmonton, will ctitdow on flights from L e 11 bridge to the capital city fo the summer months. ''There will be two Time Ai flights daily to Edmonton from the city with other Time flight, making connections PW and Air Canada flights." h said. "This will mean an increas in the actual service to Ed monton. "We expect, in the fall, tc increase our flights to Edmon ton which will add more to the service for the public." He said the new arrangemen will mean more service for thi public "with Time Air restrict ed f o m operating non-stop flights between Lethbridge and Ecmonton." The judgment calls for al scheduled flights by Time Au- to stop at Lelhbridge, Red Deer, Calgary and Edmonton. He said flights will originate out of Lethbridge Monday through Friday at 7 a.m., a.m., a.m., p.m., p.m., and p.m. The flights out of Calgary to Lethbridge will leave at a.m., Queen's Pilots Flew Here like to do jobs requiring sub- stantial amounts of material un- less they are supplied by the employer "because we don't know enough about what the stuff Greg said. "We supply tools and what- ever else is needed, and our- selves as labor and our con- tracts really coyer our labor." Student Services Inc. can be contacted through Manpower, or through Greg's home at 327-0872. Capt. A. (Art) J. Tonkin and Capt. William (BUD J. Irving, two Air Canada pilots who formerly flew out of Lethbridge, will command the charter flight carrying the Royal Family be- tween England and Canada next month. Capt. Tonkin was promoted to captain in 1945 and became flight operations director (Mon- treal) earlier this year. In 1967 he flew the Queen Mother from London to Halifax, and Prince Phillip froin Prestwick to Mon- treal in 1967. Capt. Irving, a Montrealer and native of Brandon, Man., will serve as first officer on the flight. He is a former in- structor and is acting assistant flight operations director, Air Canada, Lelhbridge. The two Lethbridge __. ____ ._ Airlines in the mid 1940s. men flew out of for Trans Canada J Run Line COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 AGRO SHEET METAL FURNACE INSTALLATIONS SPECIALIZING IN OLDER HOMES PHONE 328-3022 WEEKEND SPECIAL FAMILY DINNER FOR 2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN Chicken Chow Mein Sweet and Sour Spareribi Deep Fried Shrimps, Breaded or Pineapple Chicken Chicken Fried Rice ALL FOR ONLY Delivered to Your Home Piping Holl Open Weekdays 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Phone the 327-0240 327-2297 LOTUS Acroil From The CPR DEPOT RESIDENTIAL COOLING SYSTEMS CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 328-3388 DOWN WITH ASPIRINS! (AND OTHER HEADACHE PILLS) Sure You Can Buy Anything A Little Cheaper Somewhere This Usually Results in a few Headaches Frustrations And, in the case .of Photography, A lot of wasted Film and Disappointments. So, Come to the Experts, It may cost you a little more, but You do get results. And think what you can do With the money you save on pills. Jerry Jjland A. E. Crosi Pacific Western Airlines will take over Air Canada's local passenger service between Ed- monton and Calgary July 1, i PWA spokesman said Friday. PWA will initially abosrb the extra traffic on its Edmonton- Calgary airbus service. Later, PWA will provide two round- trip flights a day from Calgary to Edmonton International Air- Police Seek Clues On Car Theft Police are still seeking clues on theft of a 1963 Biscay-no se- dan, pale green in color, stolen from in front of the Southern Alberta Co-operative store on 1st Ave. S. Sunday morning. The vehicle belongs to James Blaxtall of 2107 15th Ave. S. Lethbridge. The car bears licence BB 5293. Anyone spotting this vehicle should notify police immediate- ly. port at Nisku, 10 miles south of Edmonton. The airbus service, which op- crates put of Edmonton Indus- trial Airport in the centre of the city, provides 90 flights a week between (he two cities. On July 5, PWA will add two addi- tional Sunday flights to the air- bus schedule. The spokesman said it will be about a month before PWA completes arrangements to op- erate from Edmonton Interna- tional Airport. The PWA Air Canada changeover is part of a three- way adjustment in regional air services which will see Time Airways Ltd. take over Air Can- ada service between Calgary and Lethbridge. Fine A Rocky Mountain House man, William Fleury, was fined S175 and costs or 35 days in ail when he pleaded guilty in nagistrate's court in Lethbridge Friday to a charge of impaired driving. He was also prohibited from driving anywhere in Canada for eight months. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 5th St. S. Ph. 328-7684 Above Capitol Furniture EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. Jamborette Cancelled A Boy Scout Jamborette at Camp Impeesa has been can- celled because of lack of appli- cations. About 50 applications from scouts and Venturers had been received by the Wednesday deadline. At least 250 were needed if the camp were to be held. The Jamborette had been scheduled for July 27 to Aug. 1. QUALITY DRY CLEANING AT NO EXTRA COST BENJAMIN'S CLEANERS TAILORS 317 10111 Street S. PHONE 327-5771 At Youth Point In Pictured above left to right: Marti-Joo Randle, Misi CHEC FM, Doug Hudson, coordinator youth activities for the Lethbridgo Exhibition Board, Boss Jock Shawn Kelly, Doug Sorenson of the Princeton Shop and Boss Jock Chuck Holiday. In preparation of the Lethbridge and District Whoop- Up Days, Doug Hudson is congratulating Shawn Kelly on his painting masterpiece shown on the floor in the fore- ground in the Youlharama Building. CHEC FM would also like to thank Chinook Bottling (supplier of free the Princeton Shop, Foreign Car Sales and Moore's Esso for making the CHEC FM Youfh Paint-In broadcast possible. Lethbridge's 3rd Full Time Radio Sfafion 6 a.m.-3 a.m. 21 Hours Daily Featuring the Progressive Top 40 100.9 FM ;