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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ENJOY A HAWAIIAN CRUISE with P ft O cruise 14 days from Departures May through July 1973 ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centra Mall Phone 328.3201 The LetHbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, May 3, 1973 PAGES 13 TO 28 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall lethbridge, Alberta Phone (4031 328-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES MFC approves two apartments The Municipal Planning Commission Wed nesday ap- proved construction of two 29- suite apartments in the southeast corner of the city. The apartments will ba built at 2136 Palm Rd. di- rectly behind Cumberland Towers, by H. Frandsen De- velopments Ltd, In other business Wednes- day, the commission turned down a six-plex at 528 33rd St. S. because it didn't meet parking requirements and also refused a request from Aronovitch and Leipsic Al- berta Ltd. to park a mobile home at to apartments at 1411-1421 Ashgrove Rd. The mobile home, which had been donated, was to be vsed for neighborhood pre- school classes beginning this summer. The MFC suggested one or more suites in the buildings be devoted to the proposed program, or that a regular addition be constructed for the purpos2. More community groups seek citv assistance Two more gran's to com- munity organizations were recommended to ci y council Wednesday by the Commu- niiy Services Advisory Com- mittee. At its regular monthly meeting the committee de- cided to accept an applica- tion from the Canyon Church Camp Association for S500 to assist in operating its Golden Age summer camp for senior citizens, but trimmed off a request for from the Victorian Order of Nurses. Both submissions were late, hut the commiitee decided to recommend them to council anyway as there had ap- parently been some confusion over the cutoff deadline. The majority of such grants were dealt with by tily council in cne package presented to them by the community ser- vice committee in March. Trial dates scheduled for robbery suspects Trial dates in district court have been set for three men charged with armed robbery and for a 29-year-old Calgary man charged with theft over S200. Certified Dental Mvihamc CLIFF BLACKP BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. lower level PHONE 327-2822 Time to Order FLOWERS for MOTHER'S DAY (Sunday, May 13th) Frache's Bundle of Love Call 327-5747 FRACHE'S FLOWER. SHOP 322 -6th Street South LETHBRIDGE Samuel- Wayne Teague, 22, of Vancouver, Charles Dennis A very. 27, of Taber. ar.d Mi- chael Patrick O'Neil. 21, of Le'hbridge, all charged with the armed robbery of a Hardieville man Feb. 5, will be tried June 14. And Gordon John Ram- chuk, charged with the Feb. 30 theft of about from Thriftway Pharmacy. 702 I'3'.h St. N.. will be tried May 17. Preliminary hearings into both cases were held in pro- vincial court in early April. STUDIO 'ON FICTM flftTlSTIC I PICTURE j FRAMIN6 ABT OPEN SATURDAY i 10-5 i AVE 5 I MOUNTED COLOR PORTRAIT SPECIAL TWO 5x7 6-89 "CAPS AND GOWNS SUPPLIED" A. E. CROSS STUDIO 710-3rd Ave. S. 328-0111 328-0222 The right tvay Sgt. Andy Smith giving pointers to Doug Nyhoff, 7, 1520 17th Ave. S. Stranded Indians Start nears for bus run A special bus service for Indians stranded in Leth- bridge without transportation on weekends will be in op- eration by mid-June, organ- izers hope. The Green Acres and Downtown Kiwanis Clubs are presently studying feasi- bility of co-sponsoring the service and will meet May 11 to discuss it further. Original plans to route the service to both the Peigan and Blood reserves has been altered so it now only in- cludes stops at Cardstan, Moses Lake and Standoff. Toe Peigan band at Broc- ket decided to opt out of the proposed bus service in lieu of sponsoring and operating its own bus to and from Lethbridge. The elimination of the Pei- gan Indians from the plan Man convicted of illegal possession will appeal A Lethbridge man convict- ed last month of possession of illegally manufactured li- quor is appealing his fine. SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Dental Bldg. Phone 327-6565 Dr. Lawrence Kotkas was convicted under the Excise Act April 6 before Provincial Judge L. W. Hudson. The date at which the ap- peal in district court will be heard has not been set. The Crown will appeal a sentence given a former Leth- bridge realtor for failing to pay thres employees. The appeal, in district court, will be heard Friday. On March 16, Provincial Judge Hudson fined Gerald H. Quinton, of Okotoks, on each of three counts of failing to pay an employee wages owing within 10 days of ter- mination of employment. combined the indicated co-operation of the native po- lice department on the Blood Reserve has cut the costs of operating the service by at least 25 per cent, says Dave Day. chairman of the club's drug alert committee. The Indian police depart- ment on the Blood Reserve ha? offered to meet the bus at its major stopping points snd transport the people to their hamss. The busing plan has re- ceived the support of the fed- eral, provincial and city gov- ernments as well as local juages, the police department and the alcoholism and drug abuse commission. The bus service will operate on a six-month trial basis, said Mr. Day. BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Installations Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. Open Thurs., F.-i. till 9 p.m. Police practise safety for children all year Although May 1 to 7 is des- ignated Child Safety Week, city police practise child safe- ty all year, the force's school program officer said in a Herald interview. The school program is made up of three sub-pro- grams which run at differ- ent times throughout the aca- demic year, Sgt. Andy Smith said. Starting about April 1, the Alberta Motor Association tte city police run a bike safety course which culmin- ates "in late May with a final competition at College Mall. This year, the competition is scheduled for May 26 and is sponsored by the AMA, CFCN television, College Mall, and the Lethbridge pol- ice force. The competition consists of riding a bicycle through various courses and the four top winners are given trophies and a bicycle. The program bsgins with lectures and film showings to elementary school students and last year Sgt. Smith and Ralph Spicer, AMA safety supervisor, visited all ele- mentary schools in Leth- bridge and Hardieville. After the lectures, students are given a written exam, testing Item on bicycle safe- ty knowledge. Results from this test are used to select finalists for the handling campetition. Another major part of the child safety program involves the school patrols, Sgt. Smith Three juveniles j face theft charge Three Lethbridge juveniles have been arrested and charged under the Juvenile Delinquents Act with the theft Tuesday night of two motor homes. The 15-year-old boys were picked up about noon Wednes- Heidle Puss named best company Achievers' Heidle Puss Co. was named the best Junior Achievement of Southern Al- berta company for 1973 at the organization's annual meeting in Ericksen's Family Res- taurant Wednesday. The company was named best of the six student com- panies who worked on special projects through the year, learning business practices and principles from business advisors in the L e t h bridge area. About 150 persons, includ- ing 50 achievers, heard Mol- sons Brewery representative Al Keyworth discuss free en- terprize. Mr. Keyworth of Calgary said free enterprize is "the greatest story never told." day as they were attempting to "put stolen licence plates on a motor home, which was parked near the intersection of 2nd Ave. and 28th St. N Police reports Indicate that sometime after 4 p.m. Mon- day another mobile home valued at was stolen from Pre-Built Industries. This home was found aban- doned in the riverbottom near the sewage plant Monday night, slightly damaged. The juveniles apparently then went back to Pre-Built after abandoning the first home and stole the mo- tor home. That night they drove the vehicle to Taber. returning to the city Wednesday. Wednesday night, police also found an abandoned car in Indian Battle Park. The car had been driven into a fence. In September he organizes the patrols at schools where it is felt they may be need- ed, but Sgt. Smith said it is always up to the school au- thorities to decide if they- want the patrols. This year, patrols havs been active in seven of the 16 schools. "We have never had an accident where a school pa- has been organized." Sgt. Smith said. In co-operation with the schools, the sergeant also gives lectures to students on traffic safety and other as- pects of police work "The main thing is to get ths used to policemen and to give them a different view of us." he said. Most of the lectures are given in elementary schools and the program is tailored to the different age levels. For students in lower grades, an animated film, on traffic safety rules is shown, ?nd one of tha topics dis- cussed is selection of a safe route to and from school. Older students are warned of the dangers of playing on the street and are shown proper procedure at traffic lights. Sgt. Smith said. "The younger ones are more reacptive the older students may have learned some bad habits and it's kind of hard to change them.'' FOR SALE THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An International Daily Newspaper At The CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM Corner 12th St. 4th Ave. S. Open 12 Noon to 2 p.m. Tues., Thurs.and Sat. EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND LEGAL HOLIDAYS ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th SI. S. Phone 328-4095 Super Special! OLYMPIC STYLE SPECIAL, PAIR TORCHES Patio Torch Fuel (for above) PER CAN ONIY 890 Call Sporting 327-5767 DOWNTOWN COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. 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