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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DON'T IAUGH! NOW IS THE TIME TO REGISTER FOR YOUR 1973 CHR1SMAS HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY REGISTER NOW AND DON'T BE DtSAPPOlNTED ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The LetHbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, March 12, 1973 PAGES S TO 13 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE ITD. Lowir level 7lh Sited Shopping Ml lelhbrTdgc, Alberta (403) 328-7411 CHAIRS Schools Week a success Lethbridge teachers say Ed- ucation Week in this city, which ended Saturday, was the "most successful Venture ever held here." Murray Coleman, spokesman for the Lelhbridge Alberta Teachers' Association, said all city schools recorded a' "re- markable increase in the ac- tivity of both students and parents." Ken Sauer, principal of the Lethbridee Collegiate Institute, said public interest in his school's program indicates "parents are interested in what the school is doing and that education does make a differ- ence." Education Minister Lou Hynd man. with a party of four ed- ucationists, visited LCI March 6 at ilte start of Education Week, Westminster School principal Elton Tanne said activities last week allowed teachers and par- ents to discuss a common in- terest the student. "Many parents and staff were able to come away with a bet- ter understanding of mutual concerns both at home and at school. "Education Week is every week. The students of a schoo' make that school. The people of that community own thai school. And the staff of that schcol work for both. "Education involves the lota population. That's why the peo- ple of Lethbridge can say 'ed ucation makes a Mr. Tanne said. Wally Ruff, principal at St Basil's School, said a book fair arranged by students and slaf was au "overwhelming sue cess." Other school activities In Lethbridge included a biolog; display at Catholic Central Higi School and open houses at Gal braith, Dorothy Gooder, West minster, George McKillop, Sen rfor Buchanan, Allan Watson St. Mary's, St. Patrick's, Agnes Davidson and Fleetwood-Bawd en. Men in'custody Two men have been taken into police custody following the death Friday night of a Medicine Hat woman. The badly-beaten bodv Ethel David, 44, was found Sat urday morning in Medicin Hal. One of the men apprehcnde was in Golden, B.C., when ar rested, while the other ma was arrested In Medicine Ha1 It was the third violent deal in that city within one month. INCOME TAX INDIVIDUAL, FARM, and BUSINESS RETURNS M1LO DOUGLAS 27 Slreel 'A' N. I Ph. 328-0330, 328-1705 ART DIETRICH DENTURE ClINIC OENIAl MECHANIC Sehwarit Bldg. M2 Slh St. S. Phone 318-4095 11 killed in Alberta on weekend Abortion positions presented About people attended four sessions of an anti-abcrtiori pro- gram Sunday in the Yates Memorial Centre sponsored by the local Knights of Cotumbus. During ons of tfie sessions some 20 proponents of more liberal abortion laws demonstrated outside the centre. While they were carrying placards hailing "abortion on the audience inside was watching slides and listening to a recorded lecture called "abortion it is." The Knights claimed their presentation was effective be- cause it did not discuss religion. A Piucher Creek woman was among 11 Albertans who died in traffic accidents over the weekend. A Canadian Press survey from 0 p.m. Friday to midnight Sunday showed two more traf- fic deaths across the prairies, one each in Manitoba and Sas- katchewan. Grace M. Kewley, 58, of Pincher Creek was the lone oc- cupant ot a car which collided with an castbound CP Rail freight train at 3 p.m. Sunday on Highway 23, one mile north of the Nobleford junction on Highway 3. An eye-witness reports that Uie Kewley vehicle crossed the level crossing against a traf- fic control device. Coroner Dr. Norman Easter is undecided regarding an in- quest. And a 19-year-old Claresholm youth died instantly when his car went out of control, strik- ing a fire hydrant and a power pole. The accident, which killed Randall Robert Norby, occur- red in the town of Claresholm, and also injured a passenger in the vehicle, Ryan Taitinger, 19, also of Claresholm. Mr. Taitinger was taken Claresholm Municipal Hospital with minor injuries. A decision has not yet been made as to an inquest. Four men died Sunday follow- ing a two-car collision near Mc- Crae, Alta., 90 miles northeast of Edmonton. Silas Kavcl, 33, Cleothus Houle, 21, and Harold Shirt, 22, all of the nearby Goodfish In- dian Reserve, and Rockey Den- nis McConnell, 19, of Ashroont, were all killed in the collision. Another Goodfish Reserve resident, Ed Whit ford, was in- jured in the same accident, and is reported to be in fair condi- tion in hospital. Richard Wayne Bahotoff, 18, of Edmonton, was killed Fri- day night in the collision be- tween his car and a truck, nine miles east of Edmonton. Lance Marlow McCurdy, 18, of Edmonton, died Saturday in a two-car collision near Bon Accord, 15 miles north of Ed- monton. Gladys Betty Schamle, 52, of Calgary, died in a two-car col- lision n southeast Calgary Sat- urday. She was the city's ninth traffic fatality this year. A two car collision eight miles southeast of Red Deer Saturday killed Wendy Lee Hee- Philosophy still relevant, Boy Scouts banquet told Robert Baden-Powell's phi- losophy for youth programs 65 years ago are just as relevant today, the annual meeting and banquet of Southern Alberta Region Boy Scouts was told Saturday. "I sincerely believe B-F's ideas about boys were pro- said John L. McGregor, deputy chief executive, Boy Scouts ot Canada, Ottawa. "The same ideas are as rele- vant today as they were in Mr. McGregor assured 131 Sccut leaders, wives and guests attending the function at Sven Ericksen's Family Res- taurant. Implementing the changes Canadian Scouting has gone through over the past several years has tested the move- ment's ability to communicate internally, Mr. McGregor said. "I am pleased Canadian Scouting has survived. There is much more flexibility and toler- ance toward adapting and ad- justing the program in different he said. Mr. McGregor became pro- fessionally involved in Scout- ing in 1M7 after resigning his navy commission as command- ing officer of II.M.C.S. Lloyd George, a naval research ship. He has been extensively in- volved in Canadian Scout pro- PHARMACY IS CHANGING The man who owned hit own store and wets content to just make that pharmacy his livelihood is being replaced by a new breed of pharmacists. Wo are now more skilled at our jobs, more interested in your problems and more involved with ihe olher health profession- als In the ccmunily, We ore constantly learning a'jaut the com- munity in which we practice, We are Involved in drug education programs and are available for many other community And, we do it not jus) for a living but because we lake a greal pride in our profesfon. GEORGE and ROT) SAY We give auxiliary directions where neces- sary In order to avoid complications when taking medications such as time to and with which vehicle. FREE CITY WIDE DELIVERY DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN FREE CITY WIDE DELIVERY GEORGE Karg Medical Bldg. 401 6lti Ave. S. Call 328.6133 RODNEY 401 5th St. S. Frea Delivery Call 327-3364 gram development and adult leadership training. Long-service recognition was made at the Banquet for 18 re- gional leaders. These were as follows: 25 years: Earl EUingson, Daniel Henrie, John Walburger. 20 years: Donald White. 15 years: Ernie Holberton, Chester Minor, Roy Nelson, Eldred Palmer, William, S. Redd, William Roebuck, Rob- ert Keith Shaw, John Strang. 10 years: Mrs. Jean Barnes, Ken Dahl, Andrew Holmes, Brian niingworfh, Murray Mc- Leod, Frank Tinordi. Appreciation was also extend- ed by regional officers lo sev- eral community organizations arc! individuals who have con- tributed to Scouting during the past year. The incidence of paper blow- ing from tha sanitary landfill site in North Lethbridge, to clutter fields east of the site and yards in Hardieville, could diminish if city council ap- ing a trailer filled with refuse without a tarpaulin cover over the garbage is subject lo a line. Improper presentation of waste at tire land fill site, such as dumping unbundled paper, The Medicine Hat College's spring session, which begins May 1 will offer 19 courses and the summer session beginning July 3, will offer 11. Courses offered in the four terms of both the spring and summer sessions include ar.tliro- polcgy, art, economics, history, psychology and sociology. A student will be allowed to take only four semester cours- es (four half courses) per ses- Irrigation farmers, both nov- ice and experienced, should contact specialists before pur- chasing new systems, accord- ing to Larry Spiess of the Al- berta department of agricul- ture. Mr. Spiess, an irrigation sys- tem specialist with the irriga- tion division in Lethbridge, said the rapidly changing technology in the irrigation industry makes a specialist almost a necessity for all farmers. He said with all the options open to a farmer, he should contact the specialist to make sure the ideal system is devel- oped for his farm. Now is the time to be de- signing an irrigation system so all the angles of purchase can be pursued, he said. By contacting one of the irri- gation specialists fa Southern i JOHN bylaw. The administration has submitted a bylaw lor consideration by council today which would see the appointment of two special constables who would have the authority to give tickets to people who violate Hie bylaw. The proposed amendments also list the various violations and the amounts of the fines involved. For example, if a person is caught driving a truck or dropped on the streets, ,hat is littering or having gar-jage fall off an uncovered :ruck, brings a fine under he terms of the amendment. The bylaw will be considered during the course of tie regular meeting which begins at 8 p.m. Before the meeting, at council will Ire presented with copies of the preliminary plans and design specifications for the bridge to the west side at 6th Ave. S. Stanley and Associates Engineering Ltd. will oullined the plans which include the bridge approach, intersections at both ends of the structure and methods of getting to the river valley. Construction of the million bridge should get underway before September, City Manager Tom Nutting says. The city's share of the cost will be about million. The province will pay for the rest. The reason for the bridge, residential development in West Lethbridge, will also come before council in the form of a special report from Mr. Nutting. Basic designs for six houses, variations on each design, have been completed by a Calgary architect and scale models of each house and of the program chosen An Alberta school broadcasts television program entitled Bill Before the House, has been chosen as one of five outstand-ng entries in the 13lh Japan Prize to be included in the Japan Prize Circuit Library of Educational Programs. This educational program on (lie procedure of a hill being introduced in the legislative assembly was produced in co-operation with the CBC, and filmed >y a CBC Edmonton film crew under the direction of Jack Emack. The circuit library is a travelling- library which will take these educational programs to communications institutions in different regions of tha world. It will be used for training of educational radio and television personnel as well as at seminars on educational broadcasting. Tiie Alberta program will join two programs from Japan, one from Belgium an'd one from Czechoslovakia. Bill Before tlw House was written by Warren Graves, as-sislanl clerk of the legislature, and co-ordinated by Mary Ly-song, co-orrlinator of school College's opens May 1 sion. Most of the classes will lave 100 minute lectures, five days per week. The last day for registration for the spring session is April 24 and the deadline for Ihe summsr session applications is June 26. The Medicine Hat College is an institutional member of the Association of Canadian Community Colleges and is affiliated with the University of PLUMBING, HEATING AND GASFITTING 24-HOUR SERVICE WORK New Installations Phone 328-2106 iceds expert Alhcrla, an idea! system with all the proper alternatives for a particular farm, can he designed. The farmer is then armed with all the facts and ho can then intelligently approach the various irrigation companies regarding price, said Mr. of LIFE ftOT 010 IK tAUK MKIttff IttdBllltWTlKSH! WMHtttKd U.SO SURCWM.THCt TUW TeiAiisviOUHW u.i tan PMiuirs U CART OF TO1E And here's another interesting fact Southern Stationers hove a complete supply of oil your ST. PATRICK'S DAY PARTY ACCESSORIES SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. 316 7lh Street Soulh Phone 328-2301 CONDITION NOW with the ROUND ONE AlCON REFRIGERATION ITD. FURNACES, SHEET ME1AL and HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING 2214 43 SI. S. Ph. BERGMAN'S F100R COVERINGS Custom I I Installoljons Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. Open THun.. till 9 E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB ITD. 204 Medical Denial Bids. Phong 1 1 UL iveu Padgham, 41, of Wet- died when his truck left the road" Friday night in west Edmonton. The Saskatchewan traffic vic- was Eugene Miskolczi, 22, 2ntira subdivision are foeing Prudhomme, who was killed when lus snowmobile collided Discussions are underway be-ween the administration and ocal house builders concerning a start in tiie near future on construction on Ihe west side. Other council business a truck Saturday 40 miles northeast of Saskatoon. Brian Lawrence Thomas, 20, of Lorette, Man., died in hospital after being run over by a track Saturday, 25 miles southeast of Winnipeg. A letter from the for local independent grocers Drotcsting the proposed Special! nent to the business hours aw which would increase AUTOMATIC ioor area for to square A report from the council nominating committee on ap-jointments to the Landlord :enant advisory polypropylene It A recommendation space age material the city manager that the won't mar, crack, chip go ahead, with a discolor through normal mitment, on the proposed use. Makes delicious munity-school project at Gilbert Paterson every fi'me. Colors Poppy and Avocado. A letter from the Alberta Kodokan Black Belt 14.95 y% 00 informing council that the SPECIAL JJ1 adian Youth Judo Championships will be held here May Hausewarei 327-5767 CUFF 1 Certified Denial VVVV" BLACK DENTAL MEDICAL DENTAL BIDS. Lower PHONE AUCTION by AUCTIONEER J. KANEWISCHER lie. 027198 AUCTION' BARN 2508-2nd Ave. North, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY EVENING MARCH, 13th P.M. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE; An exceptional line of used furniture is being offered at this sale. We urge you to attend. Round oak dining table with six chairs; Beautiful buffet; 4 pee. walnut bedroom suite older style, rn ex- cellent condition; 54" brass bed; Portcble TV wilh stand; Lovely malching ervtj table and coffee 1oblo; Fine old oak dressers Ghosts of drawers; Red chesterfield suile in very good condition; stands; Polaroid mm film projector; Orbital sancW; Tenf heater; fold- ing door; gun racks; Fishing rods; Matching pots end pens; 2 lifejockeis; lamps of all siies; Ranges; 21 cu. Deepfreeze; Sun lamp; Good selection of televisions; Several 905 fridges; Occasional Bicycles, Balhtubs; Sewing machine; Vacuum cleaners; Flower pot slonds; Large selec- lion of beds and Floor polisher; Seleclion of wooden choirs; TV antenna; Bench vice; Good chrome table; Wringer washers; Hoi plales; Display rack; Rolo tiller wilh mo war attachments (needs Power mowers; Medicine Chejls; 2 piece sectional cheslerfield; Wooden tabfc; Chairs; Garden tools of all kinds; Melol shelved stor- age closet; laundry hampers; Garden hoses sprinklers; Radio record tombino1ion; Mantle chime clock; and many more flems loo numerous to fist. BINKS SPRAY PATNTING EQUIPMENT Complete with hoses, compressor, etc. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT AUCTION BARN TELEPHONE 327-1222 Auctioneer: J. KANEWISCHER No. 027198 ;