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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J erry s A. E. CROSS JZtcl. "The Man For Your .Wedding" PHONE 327-2673 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridg'c, Alberta, Friday, May 1, 1970 PAGES 11 TO 26 RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE BANQUET FACILITIES FOR 75 PEOPLE Restaurant Group Seeks Changes In Liquor Laws The Alberta Restaurant As- sociation will hold meetings with officials of the department of health, department of. indus- try arid tourism and the Alber- ta Liquor Control Board at a legislative seminar May 7 and 8 hi Edmonton in an attempt to up-date liquor licence regu- lations.. The purpose of the meeting is to explore the present laws governing the food service in- dustry and the possibility of improving these laws. The ARA is to ask the pro- vincial government to relax regulations which will permit more restaurants to'serve beer and wine with meals in Alber ta food establishments. A beer and wine licence per mils the serving of beer an wine but not the dispensing o hard liquors. A spokesman said some tour ists expect beer and wine with their meals and this type legislation increase ser vice for the rapidly expandin tourist industry and the gen eral public. Another benefit would be the encouragement of more anc better dining restaurants. Also to be discussed will be restaurant licensing, certifica tion of cooks and health regula tions. Liberal-Socred Romance Hinted By JOAN BOWMAN Herald Staff Writer Reports, out of Edmonton have it that the Alberta Social Credit Party, in a conference this weekend, will underline the romance between the Socreds and Liberalism. Attending the two-day event, called by Premier Harry Strom, will be former provin- cial Liberal leader Jack Low- ery, who conferred with Mr. Strom last year over, at least, shared candidates by the too parties. Highways Minister Gordon Westminster Shopping Centre 13th St. N. Phono 328-7833 New Phone Number for and Prescriptions only 327-6969. FOR FREE DELIVERY Prescription Service Exclusive North Lethbridge R.vlon Dealer HOURS: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday thru Friday Saturday 9 a.m. to e p.m. Closed Sunday and Holidays Taylor presumably won't be ai the meeting; he's got a civi service job under the auspices of the federal Liberal govern ment. Tht provincial Liberal parts is in shreds; Mr. Strom will probably have to dig into the ranks of Liberal-oriented can- didates to find material for his next cabinet. (The next elec- tion isn't expected until 197.1. AI least five cabinet ministers have indicated they will not run The crucial talks this week- end are expected to take place in a closed session S a t u r d ay afternoon. The big question is if the Lib- trals and Socreds will continue in a s e m i-engagement or sel the date. Training Plan Said Success Lt. Col. R. 0. Conover, com- manding officer of the Fort Garry Horse Regiment says the co-operation of all the people of south-western Alberta during the recent military exercise was excellent. "The willing co-operation of ihe residents in the area enabl- ed the regiment to successfully attain the aim of training all to a high standard in in- ernal security he said. CANADA'S FINEST COLD FUR STORAGE Call 327-4348 for Rapid Pick-up, CANADIAN FURRIERS Paramount Theatre Building JERRY McNEELY DISPLAYS SCHOOLGROUND GARBAGE COLLECTION Care Of Earth, Theme Of Meeting About 60 people attended the recent St. Patrick's School pol- ution meeting, sponsored by he St. Patrick's home and school association. Father J. A. Carroll, pastor of St. Patrick's Church, spoke on The Earth as a Trust, and suggested that in future years "sin" may come to be consider- ed a lack of love and care for the earth itself, as well as just for fellow creatures. Paul Lewis, assistant biology professor at the University of Lethbridge, speaking on DDT, told the audience that the sub- stance is highly stable. He said DDT lasts many years: years after it has been applie about half of it still remains. Insects develop a resistan to DDT, he said, but anima don't and every human h some amount of DDT collecte in their bodies. Mrs. Fran Schultz said th Hospitcd Day May 12 Lethbridge city hospitals w observing Hospital Day i fey 12. The observance is pa f a nation-wide event involvin more than hospitals. Special significance is give i Hospital Day this year- he fact that 1970 is the i50t anniversary of the birth lorence Nightingale, whos ork helped to establish th rinciples of good hospital can As part of the observance, le- al hospitals have arranged fo t SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT INUTE UFFLEB INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-8134 509 6th Avenue South Walker famed Editor )f Endeavor Judi Walker, who will be ta king -her second year of jour nalism at the Lethbridge Com munity College next year, ha been appointed editor of the LCC student newspaper, The Endeavor. Miss Walker takes over from Rick Gillis, editor for-1969-1970 She says she hopes to include more news coverage from the woman's point of view. The staff of the paper is drawn from the college's jour- nalism program. CLIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M.! {LACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BIDC. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 FAMILY RESTAURANT 1715 Mayor Magrath Drive, LETHBRIDGE SATURDAY A DELIGHTFUL EXPERIENCE IN GOURMET DINING WITH DINNER DANCING To The Music of MARV QUALIEY'S SUNSET TRIP COMMENCING P.M. NO COVER CHARGE! SUNDAY THE FAMILY WILL ENJOY OUR FINE FOOD, SERVICE ATMOSPHERE "Special Children's Menu" SUNDAY BRUNCH SERVED 10 A.M. TO 2 P.M. Phone 328-7756 television time to show wor being done with patients. The Lethbridge Municipa Hospital, this year will hono the volunteer Candy Striper and celebrate the Gait Schoo of Nursing's 60th anniversary. Candy Stripers are hig school girls who do voluntee work in hospitals and whos name comes from their stripec uniforms. Six employees who have ha.o consider the brief which ou lines the budget and proposal 'or a transient youth hostel. The brief is to be considered only in principle. No site cho sen for the hostel. Local Carriers In Full Force Postal officials at Lethbridge said today there is no more han average sick leave among etter carriers. Commenting on conditions in tforth Vancouver where more ,han a third of the better car 'iers booked off "sick" in pro- est over protracted contrac negotiations, local officials stated that all carriers went on duty in Lethbridge today. EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZEL 317.7th STREET SOUTH WE'VE MOVED Centennial Office Machines SALES AND SERVICE FOR Simplex time system! Sweda cash registers Fcicit office equipment Electronic calculators Wish to announce that they moved ta larger premises from 1275 3rd Ave. S. OUR NEW ADDRESS IS 1011 3rd Ave. S. Centennial Office Machines (Lethbridge) Ltd. 1011 3rd Ave. Phone 328-6227 fight against pollution must start immediately, and among the ways people can wage it are to stop buying paper throw- away products like plates; re- turn cardboard boxes to stores for re-use; use low-phosphate detergents or better, she said return to using soap flakes, assisted by washing so- da and bleach. She said people should con- stantly write to all levels of government complaining about pollution they see. Alderman Joe Balla told the meeting that the L e t h bridge secondary sewage treatment plant will cost about per taxpayer every year for its con- struction. He said consultants have told the city it should be sure the plant will accommodate reno- vations for a third stage of treatment in the future. A three-projector slide show on pollution was presented by Paul Nedza. 1970 Plates Now A Must Alberta's 1969 licence plates expired at midnight Thursday and any vehicle found with ex- pired plates will be ticketed. The cost of a ticket for an unregistered vehicle is Vehicles found parked on the street with 1969 plates can be owed away by city police. IETHBRIDGE REFRIGERATION LTD. REFRIGERATION and AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE Phone 328-4333 PHARMACY FACTS From O. C. STUBBS Most of us have seen the tedical instrument we call the ypodermic syringe in use, ither on ourselves or on others, 'his is the instrument which carries a gradu- ated scale and is fitted with a hol- low, steel needle. It is used to ad- minister medica- tions (medicine or vaccines di- rectly into the atient's blood stream. The ord, hypodermic, is a combi- ation of two ancient Greek ords, Hypo (under) and Derma kin. The hypodermic syringe as invented and first used by r. Alexander Wood of Edin- urgh, Scotland. This very im- plant medical instrument will ther help or protect almost eryone at some time during s or her lifetime. And you like to sit down while e're filling your prescription r you? Then Stubbs Pharmacy the place for you. And al- ays plenty of free parking re at 1506 9th Ave. S., too. Blueprints Started For Nursing Home Leftbridge architects, Robin, Mitchell and Watson, are in the process of drawing up prelim- inary blueprints for Leth- bridge's third nur'sing home. The Lethbridge' Auxiliary and Nursing Home District Number 5 is hoping for a fall tender date. When the blueprints are com- plete they will be sent to the department of h e a 11 h in Ed- monton for approval. A 7.3-acre parcel of land, ad- jacent to the Devon Nursing Home on 13th St. N., was the site chosen for the nursing home. Weather Clears After Late Storm Weather conditions in the northwest United States anc Western Canada have settled down, following heavy storms in t h e foothills regions of Montana, Alberta and south ern Saskatchewan. Snowfalls of over two fee; were reported throughout cen- tral Montana, with similar depths along the foothills and mountains of Alberta. Southern Saskatchewan reported depths of one to two feet in many areas, but above freezing tem- peratures in all regions pre- vented much actual snov, buildup. Association Meeting Set A regular meeting of the Al- berta Wilderness Association will be held May 4 at 8 p.m. in the University of Lethbridge Kate Andrews Building lecture theatre. Nominations for officers will be accepted at the meeting for the association's general elec- tion in June. The meeting is open to non- members. Meanwhile, temperatures in southern Alberta are expected to be more seasonal for the next few days, as a warm Pa- cific 1 o w pressure system moves across the southern part of the province. The forecast high and low Friday were 65 degrees and 40 degrees. Temperatures Satur- day are expected to be similar. Winds will be westerly 15 and gusty both days. No serious situations arose from the snow storms in the livestock industry. You and your family are non-drinkers, Ab- stainers' Insurance Com- pany can probably offer you dwelling insurance at lower rates than you are now paying. How are we able to do this? Abstainers' believe that non-drinkers are gen- erally more responsible people and are Ies5 likely to have fires through carelessness the main cause of fires. Therefore, we can in- sure non-drinkers at a preferred rate. This means you save money with no reduction in in- surance protection. Why not compare Abstainers' premiums with your present rates now? HUNT THE FUN CAR 1970 VOLKSWAGENS PRICED FROM 1967 FIREBIRD Convertible, 400, V8, 4- speed, miles, new car war- ranty left V, TON CAMPERS Hardtop Tent Trailers INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-7777 Representing T W miNSURANCE COMPANY Corner 3rd Ave. and 16lh St. S. Phone 328-4539 Cor lot 328-4356 Evenings Phone 327-2011 or 327-6091 NEW FROM CAMM'S For Spring and Summer Cork Sandals In nafura! colors so cool ana ideal for them now. ALL NEW Saddle Oxfords Hi-lo's by Savage in tan and dark fan. Hot Potatoes Corduroy in beige and 5i95 and 6.95 Career Girls While Duly Oxfords Men's Hushpuppies By Greb brown ana black !colhcrs ..........12.99 Dcserl and boots 14.OO and 15.00 Children's Shoes Just arrived a new boys' brogue and a new quarter- boot also girls ties, straps, d slip-ons. 403 5th. Street. S. SHOES ;