Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 THE IETHERIDGE HERAID Tuoiday, March 7, 1972 City man named to Jaycee senate Two Lethbridge A'.'l Ratty and Rao Pepper, were inducted ir-to tlie Junior Cham- ber Intcmntional Senate at tlie Monday meeting of the local Rotary Club. They join six other Loth- bridge citizens in the senate of ihe Junior Chamber of Com- merce group, winch spans fid countries tbrougtnmt the world, Dan Ledinc, local Jaycee president, made the presenta- Jon. The JCI Senate is designed '0 keep former Jaycee mcm- in touch, a method of pro- viding a link .nruong present and past Jaycees, Cleve Hill, a senate member and former Lelbbridge Jaycee, satd, "A JCI scnntoiThip is not fust a pat on (he back for Visiting student concerned MOMENT OF RELAXATION lead singers Jack! Ralph and Cliff Edwards of Ihe all-Canadian Bells take a few minutes for a cigarette before starting off their two performance! in ihe Yales Memorial Centre Monday night. The Bells and Gene Mac- Lellan are on a Western Canada tour and will perform in Vancouver to- night. Hnlay Photo IS G and T Construction and Supervisors Ltd. are contrac- j tors for the development. Two permits were also taken i out by Henry Kralm Construc- tion for houses at 1211 and 1215 St. N. The estimated cost of each house is. Blue Slar Home Ltd. was is- sued permits for two Slfl.OOO houses also to be built in north Uthbridgc. Relatively few building per- mits have been issued in re- cent weeks by the inspection and development department, but it appears the warmer tem- peratures of tlie last few days have spurred some local de- velopers into action. Five permits were taken out Monday for construction total- ling Construction will begin im- mediately on a medi- cal-dental clinic at 2931 20th Ave. S. The clinic, designed by N. !1. Fooks and Associates of Leth- bridge, is scheduled for com- pletion this July. A spokesman for the develop- er, STW Holdings, said the clinic will accommodate four dentists and three medical doc- tors. depend Sri CILTONE Dollar for dollar your best paint buy. V: -f' Paints JOHN FORREST COLOR CENTRE Painls nnrf 321 5lh SI. S. Ph. 327-2383 COALDALE LUMBER PRODUCTS LTD. COAIDAU PHONE BEAVER .LUMBER 3rd Ave. and 17th St. S. Ph. 328-4461 HOLLINGSWORTH 9th. Ave. HARDWARE 1522 9lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-3684 YOU WIU FJND THE BEST BRANDS ADVERTISED IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD trilmtiiig S5ft or li.'iving dune a gocxl Jaj'ece job in the past. "It is a lifelong reminder that freedom can te lost by nil of iks during our lifetime and that it is one of tlie best ways of retaining Ihose tilings which arc wcrtlr.vnile life." Oilier members of the Lolli- bridgc Rotary Clnb who hold senator status include: .lack Gard, Roy Montgomery, Dick Hactlington, Larry Iliga, and Blake Bartel. CC'jnmemoratirg the first joint meeting of the Lclhbridge Jaycees nnd the Lethbridge Rotary Club, 17 former local members who are cur- rently active Rotari.ins were introduced. They include: Mr. Batty. Mr. Pepper, Mr. Hill, Mr. "Mont- (Tomery. Dorn Berlando, Peter Gidik, Dan Higgins, Tiiad Ives, Bob Jenkins. Dale Martin. Dr. DOT Rylands. Doug Sutherland, Ralph Tennant, flem-ge Var- zari, Dick Williams. Jim Mar- tin and Norman Hcinitz. Concern about the federal government's policy of phasing out Indian reserve schools with- out first consulting Indians, was expressed by an Argenla, B.C. high school student. Chris Dreisbach, one of four students accompanied by the Argenta Friends School princi- pal and a teacher, will spend two weeks living with Indian families on the Blood reserve to learn about native problems and aspirations. The 22-student, Quaker-spon- sored inter denominational school about 100 miles north of Creston, B.C.r conducts annual intersession periods during which time the students visit other people or areas to barn about them. The purpose of the interses- sion is to "get to know the peo- ple we're living with." Self-supported, the group made arrangements to visit and live on the reserve last fall. They feel the best way to un- derstand problems and learn about people is to gain first- hand information from a live-in situation. However, the students and teachers 'don't want to be treated as but fit in with their hosts as well as pos- sible. The four female students at- tending the school are all (rom the United States Pennsyl- vania and Colorado. They hope to have Indian stu- dents visit their B.C. school and community later this year in a student-exchange type of program. I Museum administrator sought Dan Ledine, Art Batty, Rae Pepper Business jotting The city is seeking a perma- nent museum supervisor to ad- minister the Sir Alexander G-aH Museum. A budget for 1972 mu- seum operations, including n supervisor's salary, has been approved by city council. The supervisor will be re- sponsible for acquirirp and conserving museum collections and improving on Ihe existing collection. The community services de- partment is requiring that the supervisor have skills in edirca- tion, fine arts, human relation- ships, supervision and adminis- tration. A general goal will be to de- velop a museum, primarily for the benefit of and district, with "local impact suitable for local educational purposes and the analysis of local and regional historic as- according to a report submitted to council, j Displays lo attract tourists i will he de emphasized, but i not ienored as will displays in j specific areas such as coal i mining and air transportation. An organization called tlie I "friends of the Sir Alexander j Gait Museum" will be estab- (lished this year to advise the supervisor and assist in muse- um operation. Applications for the super- visor's position will he taken at city hall until March 24. Awarding o( a cou- tract for construction of the new Alberta Motor Association offices has helped establish Boychuk Construction (S a sk.) Ltd. as a Lethbridge firm. Area manager for Boychuk is Art Atkinson and officies are at 315 10th St. S. Boychuk, with lieadquartcrs in Saskatoon, is in the com- mercial and residential con- struction fields, real estate and fand development, and up- crates two lumber yards in Sas- katchewan. Lethbridge is the first com- mercial branch established out- side Saskatoon. Other branch officies are located in liegina, Prince Albert and Edmonton. Locally the company Is build- ing houses, with Reliance Agen- cies as exclusive agents and commercial work, including the Alberta Motor Association offices and residence for the Sunrise Ranch at Coal- dale. The company, which opened Its Lethbridge office June 1, was established in LAST CHANCE! IAS VEGAS TOUR March 20-26 Contact: STEVE KOTCH Phone 327-3534 Tinted glass reduces glare and there's a heated rear window for better visibility. No need lo bundle up. Datsun's 3-speed wilt keep yoi as toasl to the cl The only thing thal'9 gone right this winter is my Oatsun. I don't care if the back seat is roomy and comfortable. Next lime we go up the mountain f want to sil up front with Hans. I the WATCH! CFCN-TV's NEW SEASON" Exeettcnt road handling in Ihe worst winter conditions. PATSUN is all you really need TONIGHT GOOD LOOKING CPCN TELEVISION At Dalsun we build solid, reltabld automobiles that meet every Canadian safety and pollution control requirement. 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