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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J.2 THE IFTHBRIOGE HESAID TSurJday, Marth 13, 1972 11 onev Queen Junior Chef lilies open Alberla youths, both male .ind femah, have been challenged to compete for the title of 1972 Alberta Honey Queen or Junior Chef. One contestant from Medi- cine Hal was the only person lo represent southern Alberta last year when Rose Nemcth, !6 of Edmonton, took the top honors. The competition, sponsored by (tie Ladies Auxiliary to Ihe Alberta Beekeepers Associa- tion, is based on six regions throughout the province. Winners are picked from the six regions and these compete for the provincial title at the annual convention of the Al- berta Beekeepers Association in November. The regional winners received a set of luggage, a charm bracelet and the trip, all ex- paid, to Edmonton in the fall. The provincial winner gets an additional cash prize. Information and entry forms are available from all Grade 9 to 12 home economics teachers in all schools, or from any 4-1! food club members. Further information can be received from Mrs. Doug Mc- Cann in Coaldale, telephone 34W330. Deadline for all entries Is March 31. Entires should be sent to Bev Woodburn, Bok M5, Grlmshaw, Alberta. A special trophy will be pre- sented to the school or 4-H club having the best participation 20-30 Club banquet Saturday The Active 20-30 Club cf Ldhbridge will lioltl iis inaug- ural banquet nt the El Ranclio Motor Hotel Saturday at p.m. The club, recently formed to attract young men interested in community affairs, is open lo persons aged between !0 and 33. Tho banquet is expected lo be attended by 100 persons, in- cluding club officials from Ed- racnton, Calgary and High Ri- ver. Cigarette cause of death fire A SMILE OF THANKS Alberta's Easier Seal Cam- paign Timmy, five-year-old Carey Muller of Lethbridge, happily accepts an cheque on behalf of the Green Acres Kiwanis Club. The money was raised through a concert sponsored jointly by a local radio station and Letlibridge musicians. The money will be used lo provide many handicapped children with necessary services which could not be provided by any ofher agency. Impaired driver remanded Delmer Collcn .Courtoreille, i, of Picture Butte was re- manded In Lsibbridgc magis- trate's court on his own recog- nizance until Friday after he reserved his plea lo charges of impaired driving and illegal possession of LSD. Courtoreille was arrested and charged after the veliicle he was driving collided with j iwo parked cars owned by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gurr, 712 15th St. S. early Wedneday morn- This column is published every Thursday to provide publicity for yqulh group mcvitings and outings. It is hoped the column will per- form a dual purpose, as a re- minder for members and an invitation for other youths to join in on the leisure-time activities. All notices sliould be ad- dressed to Arc You The Herald, Lelhbridge, Alia., no laler than Tuesday preceding the Thursday the event is to be announced. THURSDAY, March 23 at 7 p.m. the 20lh Indenpendent Field Battery RCA Army Cadets Corps u-ilt parade at the Kenyon Field Armories. Transportation will be pro- vided. Any interested young men between the ages of 13 and 18 arc invited to attend or phone Capt. L. D. Bodell at 327-0609 for further infor- mation. FRIDAY, March 24 Kale Andrews High School will hold a swimming party at the Fritz Sick Pool from to p.m. Admission is 60 cents at the door. SUNDAY, March 26 at 7 p.m. the folk-rock musical Natural High will be present- ed by an interdenominational group of young people in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. Everyone is invited. TUESDAY, March 28 at 7 p.m. the No. 11 Squadron HC (Air) Cadets will parade at the Field Battery build- ing at Kenyon Field. Trans- portation will be provided by military transport. For fur- ther information phone Capt. Bullied at 327-1116 days 'or 328-6759 evenings. TUESDAY, March 23 at 8 p.m. in the Yatcs Memorial Centre, a travelogue featur- ing London, South England, Wales, Holland and Germany will be shown. The areas are thojfc places which will be vis- ited by the Anne Campbell Singers during their Euro- pean tour in July. Tickets arc 50 cents for students and aro avllablc at the door. mg. Damage to the three vehicles was estimated to be about S3.4CC. ans Cancer dinner tonight Cliomos remanded Alvin Chomos, 25, charged the non-capital murder of I his father, Alec Chomos, in Iheir Taber family home Feb. 13 was remanded in custody in Lethbridge magistrate's court to await a preliminary hearing at Taber Wednesday. An application for bail was accepted by the Alberta Su- sportsman The cause of a fire Feb. 25 at 1244 5th Ave. AS., which re- sulted in the death of Forrest T. Smith, has been attributed to a cigarette. City Fire Inspector Doug Ho- rn el z said the position of furni- ture m the living room and a badly burned television with the switch in the on position indicates Mr. Smith had been watching television, and fell asleep v.hile smoking. position of the body In- dicates Mr. Smith woke up dur- ing some stage of the fire, pro- ceeded either toward a water tap in the kitchen or the bach door tvhen he was overcome by smoke and said Mr. Kometz. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechflni Capital Furniture Bldff, PHONE 328-7684 "I nic I J Tn an cfforl to ?ffset an tignt bclwccn Archie deficit from Can- Moore and _ Won Curette will ada's first Native Winter Games on the Blood reserve next month, JNSPOL is plan- ning a Sportsman's Sleak Din- ner with a head table of fam- ous athletes. To Lo held at the El Hancho Motor Hotel April 6, head table speakers will include: Archie Moore, former world light- heavyweight boxing champion; George Armstrong, former cap- tain and all-time top goal scor- er with the Toronto Maple Leafs; and Bill Russell, former star pi aver with the B oston Celtics who led his team to an unprecedented 11 world cham- pionships in the National Bas- ketball Association. be shown after the dinner. Tickets may he obtained at the Plainsman Sports Shop, Lethbridge Herald, CHEC ra- dio and from INSPOL repre- sentative Robin King at the El Hancho Motor Hotel. Mr. King says TtfSPOL per- sonnel will a ns wer any i r> quiries about, the Native Games and will also deliver tickets personally. Tickets the banquet cost per plate and arrangements have been made to offer father and son tickets for Mr. King said portions of Hie banquet, will probably receive national television coverage. New ticket sales locations The Canadian Cancer So- ticty, Lethbridge district, will host a dinner tonight at which two cancer research scientists from Edmonton will be speak- ing. The speakers are Dr. Alan Paterson, director, and Dr. Larry Brox, assistant profes- sor, of {he Urii vcrs ity of Al- Cancer Research Unit. The dinner at the Scandina- vian Hall starts at 6 p.m. It follows a seminar in the after- noon during which the Cancer Month and the fund-raising campaign next month were dis- cussed, China film Friday at U The East Is Red, a two-hour color film in modern revolu- tionary Peking opera ballet, will be shown at the Univer- sity of Lethbridge new lecture theatre Friday at 8 p.m. Admission to the film, made in Ihe People's Bepublic of Ciiina, is free. Dr. Peter Preuss, chairman of the university seminars committee, also announced Dr. Chester Homing will deliver the last lecture in the China lecture series April 14. Dr. Ronning, a retired diplo- mat born in China and now residing at Camrose, Alberta, fylaurice Mitchell elected local Boy Scout president Executive and officers have been elected for the Boy Scouts of Southern Alberta. J. Percy Ross, of Ottawa, chief e-tecutive of the B; i Scouts of Canada was featured speaker at the Scouts' annual banquet and election meeting. Officers include: Maurice S. Mitchell of Leth- bridge was elected president; Robert D. Low of Cardston, past president and David Elton of Raymond and Claude Leeks of Taber were elected vice- presidents. Secretary is Vcrl T. Meldrum of Raymond, treasurer is Frank Tinordi of Lethbridge, and the commissioner is Eldred Palmer of Cardston. The following were elected as members to the council: E. C. (Chick) Allen of Barons, Dr. Calvin Durfec of Cardston, John Walburger of Mountain View, and from Lethbridge Gayland Armstrong, Gordon Colledge, Dr. John Dormaar, Charles N. Evans, Gerald 0. Fry, Brian lllingwbrtli, Robert Hamilton, Ernie Holberlon, Ar.dy Holmes, John Loewcn, lister and Norman Mote. William Doineicr of Loth- bridge, and Edward Toonc of Cardston received presentations for 35 years long service with the club. Several other long-ser- vice awards were also presort- ed. Public recognition was given to the Lethbridge Lion's Club for ils financial of and volunteer work at Camp Im- peesa in the summer of 1971. The camp, since it's official oiwning on July 1, 19C7, has had s-n increase of campers from 3711 in 19S7 to 906 in 1371. Membership reports indicale Scouling is alive in southern Al- beria, and some growth can be sliown. From boys and adults involved in 1970, the 1971 figures show an increase to 913. How about that? How many times does moth- er nature pick a river- side cabin, move it 200 feet, but smr.othly enough not to disturb an upright flash- light on the table? If you want an answer, ask Herald publisher, Cleo Mow- ers. That's exactly what hap- pened recently to his cabin by the Oldman River near Monarch. Southminister United Church Senior Choir PRESENTS THE EASTER PART OF Handels "Messiah" Sunday, March 26th at 2.30 p.m. Southminister United Church Sanctuary SOLOISTS COLIEEN KAUFMANN MARY THOMSON SOPSANO WAITER GOERZEN TENOR CONTRAtTO ARTHUR HUNT BASS WILFRED WOOLHOUSE, ORGANIST and CONDUCTOR Other top name professional I will be published as they be- athletes and media person- j come available, alities will also highlight the evening, including players Jrom the Vancouver Canucks U OF I, SPENDS i The University of Lethbridge I spent nearly three times as I much money last year as it did j during its first year of The expenditure' was as compared with Tho student population more than doubled during the same 1 period, from 638 to j Introducing COLIN McLAY Our Now Sates Reprotenlatlva To Our Many Cujlomers and Friendi We feel that Colin is qualified and will do his utmost lo serve you. CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13 St. rJorth Phone 327-4591 from the Vancouver Canucks i 1C and newly-formed World Hock- 1> GW JJOSial COCIC CltV ey Association organizers. goes into effect on April 1 A film rga feature of the 1S57 OPEN TONIGHT Don't SPAR AROUND with your INCOME TAX Taxei Jiava you on ropet? A lifllo fancy foot- COMPLETE work will bring you la RETURNS Tax Champion! Welt gira your tax return a knockout punch with our fart, auur- ole, guaranteed jerries or. H R BLOCK. Wf> guarantee prapiratton at tn If we any fttt cott you lefBt.weimllpjyorlythatpiiniHy or CtMdrt In Jmfci Oftr 6000 Office ii Mi JUnerki 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weekdays, 9-5 Saturday Phona 327-3712 APPOINTMENT tliClSSAR-l The new postal code, to fa- tililate speedier delivery, will be introduced in Albsrla April 1. City residents will receive envelopes containing detailed instructions about the new code on March 20. The code consists of six let- ters and numbers with two components separated by a single space. The first component, letter- niunber-lettor, is the area code identifying a sortaUon area in a city or the countryside. Tho second component, num- ber-lettcr-numher, is (he local code identifying a local de- tm'it. Tho city of Lethbridge will have three area codes, assis- tant postmaster Henry Schau- fele said. The code for blocks north of the tracks is T1H; between the tracks to 10th Ave. S.. T1J; and sovith of I0th Ave. S., The full code for the down- town post office, for instance, is T1J ONO (T-one-J z e r o-N- J. G. P'ullz, director of cod- ing, will come to btthbridge March 29 or 30 from Ottawa. He will be available to ex- plain the new coding system. Manitoba and Saskatchewan are already on the new cede. It i. proposed that all Canada will be on tltc code by June, 1974. ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS AND CUSTOM FRAMING FINE QUALITY MATERIAL at LOW, LOW PRICES HOUSE OF FINE ART PHONI 318-1314 WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOAD SALE FRESH FISH AND SEAFOODS will be hold ot FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE THURSDAY, MARCH 23rcl and FRIDAY, MARCH 24th from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. i able to post the prop- NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 13m Street North Phone 328-4441 ENDS SATURDAY, MARCH 25th BE SURE TO CHECK THESE PENNY BARGAINS AND STOCK EVEREADY LANTERN GALVANIZED GARBAGE CAN 17 size with tight Plastic, unbreakable 6 volt Ideal for coming summer holidays. ONLY, EACH Ana a JicirrfwooJ floor ?e- fmishing kit Containing a I Ib, tin of Indian Sand Wax, 32 oz. of Trewax wood cleaner and sled woo pad. All for 1 c when you buy the allan at Truwax. Twenty Pro pFaslic garbage bngi for only PAINT ROLLER REFILL 4" PAINT BRUSH And get a quality 2" pain! brush for only BREAD BOX AND STEP-ON GARBAGE CAN In a dark woodgrain finish. All metal conirruction. BOTH FOR ONLY Plus a matching woodgrain COOKIE TIN for only 0 MULTI-PURPOSE LAWN RAKE By Tru-Tcmper. Rake out that dead grass Iho easy way. ONLY, EACH Plus a package of five PLASTIC GRASS AND IEAF BAGS for only 6i95 STORE HOURS: Mon.' Tues., Wed and Saturday a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. lo p.m. ;