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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TRAVELING TO EUROPt VIA CHARTER LH US AMANGE TOUR GROUND TOURS AND RHINE CRUISES Far Funhlr Information and Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL 31M1I4 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Mauh PAGES 13 TO 22 lll a GREAT DAY lo SERVE EVERYONES FAVORIII Spetiat Piktk on Butt Qrdaa ERICKSENS 2021 Ph 3288161 1795 Drive 3287751 GovL funds urgently needed lit IDs to function efficiently Immediate government pain 100 BIBLES PRESENTED Inmates of ihe Lethbridoe Correctional Institute wsre presented with 100 Bibles at a special ceremony Warden Fisher right accepts the Bibles on behalf of the inmates from Ralph Scripture distribution chairman for the Looking Refugees to work on soutliern Alberta farina on the presentation from left to Allan Lethbridge Gideons president correctional institute chaplain Pitt Fisher Lawrence Gideons zone leader and Charles Gideons lor he past four vdt dis lo WJ5 nco in cipation in Ihe proposed irriga tnhuled at the meeting SIOM 197 tion costsharing program is ing that in An upwing m salaries imperame if irrigation dis general operating expenses in the di5 IricLs are to function effi nance and operation and sun u ict nccessitateii a ceneral m Les man items cost the distnct crease in water fiom ager of the Lethbridge North The lions pei acre to per era Irrigation at the cost in 1971 and aie irrigated acio districts annual meemg held today in Picture Toth said the re ceived by Alberta irrigation districts during 197071 from tire provincial government was not adequate for effectual re novations to the outmoded dis and called for the en and expansion of the I ccstsharing agreement 1 He expressed disappointment over the fact that after three 51 John Ambulance but praise for work being sears of negcnations between terprise in Lethbridge is doing in Lethbridge by the assoeia districts uiid government no a wonderful job and the spirit lion and brigade He was es real gains have been made js extremely Nelles pecially pleased with the spirit It is hard to believe that j president of the Al prevails in the area John brigade is complimented i the government of Canada j berta Council of St John Ara j would delay and hedge in its j said in an interview New life in Canada for Tibetan families Seven Tibean refugees and their families set foot on Leth bridge soil for the tost time Saturday morning in the first step to becoming the newest south Albertans The 33member 13 adults and 10 left Delhi in Northern India March arriving in Calgary the next day and were bused to A total of 220 Tibetans will become new Canadians in a movement based primarily on humanitarian grounds to alleviate the plight of some of them living in Lethb r i d ge Canada Man power centre officials said the arrangement is part of an agreement between the federal government and Tibet under which a limited number of refugees would be accepted where he learned rudi into Canada on an experimen tal mentary Sunday the group left for The small group arriving in j Taber where they will be given the city was lead by Lobsang a threeweek short course on a road laborer in Jim Kanashiro of Canada OUR OSCAR of flag unde Manpower in Lethbridge said the families will be located on j the farms by the end of after completing the language He said the people in the group had some fears and ap prehensions about their trip to Canada but the dominant feel ing now is one of a feeling they are happy to be able to live and work in Can He said the group came to Canada mainly to be able to get education for their chil dren When some of them will be able to go back to Tibet to help our fellow he said Kanashuo said they will not always work on It is up to them to make what j commitment for such a vital i and urgent said 1 He added that the districts j do have some call for opti after a recent an nouncement by Bud fed eral minister of which indicated several million dollars hi government funds was being allocated for irriga tion rehabilitation in the prov ince Mr Toth said about mil which much classed as being higher than in other lion is required to rehabilitate the LNID ever career for they feel Two families will each settle Y W111QV I in preselected farms in the i be sponsored next winter to as Vauxhall and Rainier slst them further i areas for work in the beet themselves A cnart showing comparison of expenditures in the LNID The former chief judge of the District Court was on a swing through major Alberta centres to visit officials of John Ambulance Associations and John Ambulance He is president of the Alberta Council of John In an interview Judge Bu chanan said he first became in1 major Alberta School to use volved with John during the First World I can recall I III being taken to a hospital and when I looked up it was named John Ambulance Brigade he He has been involved with St The emphasis in joint use of school community facilities has taken a slight This time it is a school that T Way i Tashi said the group had been living in refugee camps I since the early 1950s when they The legal process regisj fled country for is forecast tering the Fort Whoop Up flag has been follow ing city councils decision Mon day to adopt it as an official city John city solici said he had never regis tered a flag before and wasnt entirelv sure how long it would be before the flag became the j jg exclusive property of the Once it has been registered no one else will be able to le gally use it without the citys permission The city may grant such permission to such groups as schools or the Travel and Conv e n t i o n Association of Southern as it sees fearing an invasion by the Communist jKipp farmer Casev a er in the Kipp was hon ored at the AlbertaNorth West Territories annual The intrusion of a Pacific low pressure system on the Arctic ridge which has dom inated the area for the past two weeks will result in gen erally warm but windy weath er Skies should remain mostly sunny today and Tuesday as the upper atmosphere con tinues under the influence of the Temperatures during the day should be in the low j dropping down to near 20 farm1 Winds will be from Elk Week under wa Elk W e e k in Lethbrid j the west 20 mph gusting to about 40 The high and low tempera banquet in Edmonton on the Sund wele 45 above GarrLsou meet planned tonight weekend Two Alberta John Gainer medical di rector of the University of Al j berta Hospital and Dennis Mc j Calgary regional fish i eries were nominated for national Canadian Jaycees r e c o g n i tion as outstanding young men for i Rnarl mtrmiiirr president ofIXOdas Opening and 31 above respectively The alltime record tempera tures for March 29 are 74 above set in 19GG and six be low set in Temperatures one ago were 31 above and 21 Tashi said everything they had seen or done was dif ferent and as witness ed when four of the children saw their first Two brothers are included in the group Jamyang Chaphil iTI Gari was a dogpa or game ranger in India and Tibet while Tsega Tashi Gari was a businessman Through Mr the men said they were looking fonvard to their new life in Canada Tashi said the women in the group will mainly fulfill their function as just as it was in India He indicated the Tibetans weie hardworking people and if the occasion the wom en ill be able to make money working with the men in the beet fields John since 1940 holding many j js fause of community i Lack of volunteer is In response to a request from the major problem facing the j Gerald principal of Gil association Lethbridge has j bert Paterson Elementary and been more successful than Junior High the LeUv other areas with this bridge Municipal Hospital he agreed to let the school use the The 22 volunteers in Leth Gait School or Nursing gym bridge last year put m nasium for two classes a day hours of One volunteer i m the mornings for six The board will not consider extending the use of the gym in he and financing is some the fall when its use wll be re r i tiiinp nf a nroblem now bequired for psychiatric started off todav with open i lnuls ot a prooiem oe4 HJ cause of the increasing demand j Wilson says tne scnooi s present facilities are inade logged 400 hours There are 1 few paid personnel in St house at the Elks Club where slides and other information for services and training pro quate for the 830 to 850 stu Judge Buchanan visited the j dents requiring physical educa John ophthalmic hospital in i tion were presented to the Lethbridge Lodge which donates between j jerusalem where a i A lunchroom at the school and annually to needy j cheque from he Calgary Miles I now is being used for lowlevel organizations in the commun1 for jjjjijolls project was do1 skill development but ball has donated more than j to the hospital I handling skills require a high over the Tne hospital is the only one i Majority of the funds are ob1 of its kind m tile Near East and j tained from the annual carni1 treats Jews and Arabs alike val and car raffle The Thursj from five It is mak day night bingos also provide ing good progress in a fight against an eye disease affect The annual meeting of the general membership of the the mvT was also John a transport rental company in Permits total a substantial Tuesday night mil be Stag i ing thousands of children in the Night for Elk members and The disease can cause Wonder why the Municipal Hospital Board had to go in to closed session to establish a department of psychiatry COME TO ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS GRAND OPENING NEW STORE 426 6 Thursday FREE GIFT PRIZES National selections will be made in July during the Cai nadian Convention in SI Onl i Lethbridge Garrison Associa tion will be held ac cording to announcement by Maj A D Officers and former officers of the three armed services 1 are invited The meeting will be held in the Lethbridge armj orv at Kenyon Field starting in GJacier Park I Single family residences made the biggest contribution to the building peimit total at Spring opening of roads city hall in the Glacier National Park began March ij March 24 and is expected lobe Ten ucre completed by June 10 with the for a total of S185 m Five of myon i BEARnaked plans tour opening of the GomgtotheSun Highway over Logan said park superintendent William March 24 is the usual starting date for the road openings the units factory fabri cated houses being erected by Schwartz Agencies Ltd Then value varied from S14 000 to The only other permit over i guests featuring an oyster feed At 8 p Wednesday the public is invited to a hockey j game in the Civic Ice Centre between the Lethbridge Midget i Elks and Elks Oldtimers Pro1 cecds will go to minor A S500 jackpot and other j reek ending will be up for grabs at Thursday nights bingo which is open to the general public Friday will be the Presidents Ball at which dis Judge Buchanan had nothing MIKE HANZEL EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR 317 7th STREET SOUTH trict Elks will be m atten SPRING SUPER KEMTONE LATEX 308 10 KEMGLO 384 12 KEMGLO VELVET 384 12 SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT WALLPAPER 321 6TH ST PHONE 3270211 Mr The approximate dates for The Indian affairs committee of the Lethbririge Chamber of j Commerce will sponsor a bus tour of Kainai Industries Ltd Ihe Standoff Superette and the road openings in the are Kainai Sports Centre April 28 i Camas Creek and Fish Cieck Tickets for the tour are 1 Sun 1k per person The tour is open to j Ronald Lodge to the public on a first come Campground April J4 Sun firstserved basis Axalanche The bus mil leave the Civic 10 April 30 St Sports Centre at 1 30 and j Jackson View Ovci May arrive back in the citv about 5 North Folk May Mam which begin on the lower eleva i t tions near Lake McDonald and was a apartment block peimit taken out by Bick fimsb with iiu clearing of the Goingtothe Sim said ertcn The 12suite apai will be located at I Mav 8 Tuo Aledicine May HO and Chief Mountain li AITIUI salvaging in limbo Vet group The salvaging of uhat re mains of the Lethbridge Arena is still in limbo A city hall spokesman the arena site has been made safe for the but no ac tion has yet been taken on re moval of debris or salvaging material from the ruins The area has been fenced off and anything of value hat could be stolen has been ic moved from the site CLIFF Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MEDICAl DENTAL 3272822 reunion set Interested Lethbridge p o i sons have been invited b the 5014 Vetei ans Association to its annual banquet and reunion the Palhscr Hotel in Calgary April 10 The annual exent commem orates on alternate the Battle of Hidgc in which the 50th Battalion sened distinction and the Dieppe Raid j in the 1 4th Armouicd i Regiment iCalgai Tanks jplajed an important rolo j ear the reunion is honoring the 50th Battalion Fin her intormation can he obtained In untmg the public ity committee it I N HAMILTONS FLOOR COVERING PERFECT FOOL Laura Secord Easter Assorted candies and and Chickens and Rabbits have arrived and they are delicious DRAFFINS DRUG STORES ATTENTION Open All Day Saturday C All Credit Cards Accepted SALE 10 ALL TRUCK and TRACTOR TIRES ON SAIEI DROP IN AND COMPARE FREE MOUNTING EXAMPLE F78xl4 4 PlY FLEETWOOD TUBEtESS NYtON PASSENGER TIRE t LEONARD TIRE MART 1902 2nd Avenue South Phone 3273580 WE KNOWINGtY UNDIRSEU ;