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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ENJOY A LAS VEGAS FUNFEST 3 2 Nighli Addilional Dayi Availabla Includes Airfare and Accommodation for Information and Bookings CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The LetKbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridge, Alberta, Tvlonday, May 1, 1972 PAGES 9 TO 20 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL ELDG 740 4lh AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Summer li coming. Ba ready with a pair of Prescription Sunglaises. LCC holds 15th annual convocation ceremony LCC graduating class for 1972 250 students at Southminster United Church Juveniles arrested TVo local juveniles were ar- rested by cily police Friday on 18 break and enter charges resulting from break-ins lo local homes in the past several montlis. Police Investigation contin- ues, and no juvenile court date has been set. A juvenile from British Co- lumbia was arrested Saturday and chargeil with eight counts of breaking and entering as a result of a rash of break ins I to city businesses In the past three months. No court dale has been set. All remain In detention. Phone 327-4348 Canadian Furriers Cold Fur Storage Let our skilled clean and glaze your precious furs. Also experr cleaning of leathers nd tuedei Canadian Furriers Paramount Thealre Ulclg. 50 attend seminar About 50 pilots from through- out the province attended an aviation seminar at the Leth- bridge Flying Club Sunday. The seminar was sponsored by the Alberta Aviatiou Coun- cil. A series of lectures was de- livered, concerning flight safety, aviation medicine, acci- dent investigation and air- craft mechanics. POPULAR PROGRAM More than people at- tended the film shows put on at the Lethbridge p u b 1 i r library during 1971. AIR CONDITIONING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd- For the best buy in Air Condit.'oning Phone 327-5816 CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 Photos by Phil Faulds LCC President Dr. C. D. Stewart praised graduates 250 college students graduate By RON CALDIVELL Herald Stair Writer A total of 17 awards and about 250 diplomas were hand- ed out Saturday during the 15Ui annual Lclhbritlge Com- munity College convocation held at Soulhminstcr United Church. Students represented all three western provinces in the colortul ceremony. Dr. C. D. Stewart told the graduating class that "grad- uation signals a new beginning for students going into the working world. Life's road is nuL uasy but now you arc pre- pared for it." James Cousins, professor of history at the University of Lethbridge. urged the grad- uates to continue 11) e i r quesl for knowledge. "You are expected to under- stand, know and apply. Tins doesn't mean you should know everything, but you should know where lo find he said. Prof. Cousins added that ex- Prof. Jim Cousins graduation speaker Final symphony louiglit More govL rent possible for magistrate's court area The Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Altorney- Gencral Merv Lcitcli told Dick Grucnwakl (SC Lclhbridgc if oil CHARITY IS FINE-BUT NOT WITH MEDICINES to jJiare your medicine with someone it. As your doclor will tell you, else? Definitely no.. ilcm'l cvct Inkc modi en I ion scribed for kh he bee lolher person. This could lend to he harmful problems, and instead of helping, it could Sonijs of (he People, the fi- nal concert in the season spon- sorud by iln; I.dlihrid.m1 Syin-.j plumy A.'MX'iiilion will lie he'd al in (IIH Vnti'.s Me- morial Cenli'o. The Symphony Chorus is (eu- lured, concluded hv Waller person Charing indication Your doclor lokes into considctntion such ihings CMCJ hi, writing your proscriptio and physkal tonclition when Hector is Ihe only one who should prescribe n drucj for tretitmcnt. Friends and neigh- hors ccm offer free advice, but your physician is tin expert inaltcrs of hcnlth. He is the on a 3MUUIU i -JIT. iu iOr professional help. So please tnke our "free share your medicino wilh sonn'uoa'y clss. Capsulo of Wisdom by ROD and GEORGE Whnl is so important about n proscription? Wfl feel ihcil it is n contract between your doctor nnd yourself la try lo restore you lo good health. When you entrust us with the responsibility lo supply the medication we respect your failh in our ability to fill it properly. Tlio bnnker wont on a Hiot; "them wai loo much collnlr ial i i blood." DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY HCIKI Metlical Bldg. 401 Slh St. S. 601 6tli Avr. S. Froo Delivery Cnll 328-6133 Cnll 327-3364 STARTING AT Chariton Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phono 328-33BB Goerzon and accompanied by Hulh Clarke. Soloists include Michad and Colleen K a u f in a n n. Arthur Hunl, Mr. and llr.vy Thomson. Accompanists arc Mrs. Clarke. Wilfred Wonl- honse. Irene Gocrzon and Uill Ivison. The soloists will ship; selec- lions includinc; Nile Scene. Serenade, 01' Man Kiver. Song of (he Open Hnad, an n i es J R i 1 d n c s s isl lie nihernd Schoen. I Hush lickels are ava able al Leister's Music ai 1 al l.lie. box office prior to Ihe Social Studies inn- May 13 The second annual Social Studies Fair, sponsored by Ihe Southwest Alberta Regional So- cial Studies Council, wi'l be held May 13 at IVilsoii Junior High School. Students throughout Alberta are expected tu .submit entries in Ihe contest. The competition is open to students tvom Grades 1 to 12 in several categories. The fair will be open lo the public from noon lo p.m. WcsO that the provincial gov- ernment is prepared to review its rent of space in (he Cily of Lethbridge police building. The provincial government gave Ihe cily a grant 10 years ago, but has not paid any rent since (hen except for an- nual maintenance and janitor costs. Replying to questioning from Mr. Gruemvald, the attorney general said "I am perfectly happy to review it at any time with officials of the Cily of LelJibridge. "I would expect we could work out something that would be cqnilahlc to the city and lo lae province." perience Is one of the best teachers. "Experience is what makes people great Be meek and humble, you'll learn a lot that way." Prof. Cousins, keynote speak- er at the convocation, said much cf the knowledge he has accumulated during the years has come by asking questions. He suggested lo tlie graduates that they do the same. Prof. Cousins was critical of students who demanded the j right lo determine their own "It is not their ha said "It would he a privilege." "Can you imagine if a doc- lor got m an operating room and discovered the patient was suffering from a disease which he never studied in W11 f Lane, president of the 1 LCC students' council, called on Ihe graduates lo mainlain their ties with the school nnd their I fellow Rludenls. "Think hack and remember the friends you made here and the good things that happen- he said. "These arc friendships that you should keep with you for Ihe rest of your life." ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schworiz Bldg. 222 5lh SI. S. Phone 328-4095 NO. 61K ROCKWELL GREENLINE 2 SPEED Jig Saw Kit Let'i you malch speed, 2500 or 3300 sfm to the material you aro cutting. Cull melal, plastic and other problem ma- terials as easily as wood. Kit contains Jig Saw, Rip and Circle culling guide, 3 saw blades all in a handy carry- ing case. Reg. -96.97 Sale Priced 95 at only Call Hardware 327-5767 DOWNTOWN EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR VjTJfflfffty MIKE HANZEL 317 7ih STREET SOUTH OFF ON CLEANING ANY CARPET OR UPHOLSTERY IN YOUR HOME DRY IN ONE HOUR FREE ESTIMATES ON LOCATION CLEANING GUARANTEED WORK Phone 328-4103 Day or Night OWNER MANAGER JERRY O'BRIEN SPECIALIZING IN MATTED SHAGS Jerry's Rug and Upholstery Service OFFER GOOD UNTIL END OF MAY TUESDAY SPECIAL! DINNER FOR ONE Our Regular 3-Pieco Dinner TUESDAY ONLY Colonel S.mJois .mil liis hny: make iL "finjjnr licKin' pood'' AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. REGULAR WEEKLY AUCTION SALE TUESDAY, MAY p.m. Please note our new policy change, we will commence auctioning the larger floor items at 9 p.m. On offer this week: Portable sewing mnchine in gcoa order, ccs lawn mowf-rs, lamps automatic link wri-lit dress form, chesterfields and choirs, inblc nnri bulfVf, garden looJ.1 of ell types, door chimes, bcdrccm ..uirc, lovely walnul bod with vanily, garage door, aolf rjuus. tud.o rcccd playe.-, borbcq-ci, high I.T.V- ROCKET ELECTRIC GUITAR WITH AMPLIFIER Rubber dingy wilh nciddles, elcdric doors of all garhnge. 1inn (many', rror sent for Clicvrole1. fridgei of nil MZCS, imporicd hand carvrd tob glass light fixluros idrral for paint jlipn, tnvv-n Mirir.kl hrds will) jprinn and single Hnllv--. rups, drawers, vocuum clranrrs, lablc? onri TV s school wash lulu, ouMi'i1 TV nnle crmenl polin blocks ?Jx30, Fndgednirr nm inq wnshtr nnd drier. 1969 Bridgeslono 350 cc MOTOR BIKE Now tires, windshHcl nnd in excellent condition. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES Phono 327-1222 2508 2nri Ave. N. Auclionror: REED HAWTHORNE BILL HOPE-lic. 845 Snloi Roprcsontnlive ;