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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A.. E. CROSS "THE BEST MAN FOR YOUR WEDDING" PHONE 327-2673 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridgc, Alberta, Friday, May 15, 1970 PAGES 11 TO 24 RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE BANQUET FACILITIES FOR 75 PEOPLE LETTERS TO THE CHIEF Lelhbridge Cily Police Chief James Carpenter is seen holding just a few of the more than 500 letters he received in the letters to the chief of police contest sponsored by the City Police Awards Fund Board. The contest in connection, with Canadian Police Week for students below Grade 4, including kinder- garten. A poster contest for students in Grades 4-9 and an essay contest for students in Grades 10-12 were also run in conjunction with police week. Winners of each contest have been notified and the awards will be presented at the Lethbridge city police station tonight at 7 p.m. Stadium Due, Says Alderman Alderman Jim Anderson told a meeting of the city's parks and recreation commission last night, a new athletic stadium is essential for Lethbridge. He said there are many places in Lethbridge for athlet- ic functions but no place for spectators. "This community's interest Is growing dramatically in ath- letic events and for a continued growth, the city needs a sta- and at this time city council is prepared to he said. "The fact that Lethbridge badly needs a stadium is fore- most in my mind and this type of proposed structure could have some bearing on Leth- bridge's chance to host the 1973 Canada Summer Games. The two factors are part and par- cel." An Invitation from the pro- vincial government was ex- tended to Lethbridge to bid for the hosting of the 1973 games. 1 LETHBRIDGE REFRIGERATION no. REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING I SERVICE PHONE 328-4333 I The commission referred the matter to Tuesday's city coun- cil meeting. To determine the exlenl to which the federal and provin- cial governments will be able to support a games bid from Lethbridge, a brief, giving de- tails of the city's finamacial an technical capabilities and avai able facilities will be needed. W. M. (Bill) Brown, superin tendcnt of parks and recrea Hon said the indication is tta Clean Up Halted The current strike by city workers continues to interfer with garbage disposal opera lions. Work on the annual sprin, clean-up campaign ground to halt while crews were still in Zone 2, which is s o u th of th CP Rail tracks between 13th St. and Mayor Magrath Drive The operation has been sus pended until the strike is over Another delay concerns th city's new sanitary land fill site While the site technically EXCELLENT WINDOW CLEANING BUSINESS FOR SALE SMALL INVESTMENT PHONE 327-8977 VICTORIA DAY HOLIDAY WEEKEND... Visit the COLONEL! Everyone enjoys outdoors, picnics, family gatherings in fact, every occasion THRIFT BOX FAMILY BUCKET 14 Pieces Chickn, gravy, 6 rolls, serves 5 to 7 CO OC people flOiOO PARTY BARREL 20 Pieces Chicken, gravy, serves 7 to 10 CC OC POTATO SALAD MACARONI SALAD COLE SLAW BREAD AND PASTRIES Contains 9 Pitcvt Chicken SATURDAY A Delightful Experience in Gourmet Dining WITH DINNER DANCING TO THE MUSIC OP THE CHARADES COMMENCING 8 P.M... NO COVER CHARGE FAMILY RESTAURANT 3021 3rd S., Phone 328-1161 1705 M.M. Drive, Phone 328-7751 open there are no covering fac ilities as yet. The city's engineering depart ment has requested the publi to continue to use the old land fill site, where one caterpillar is available and is being man ned by a non-city worker. Car Located A 1967 Buick Wildcat, re ported missing Thursday, ha been located in Havre, Mon tana. The car was stolen from Enerson Motors Ltd. car lol sometime Wednesday night. 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 likely to have firej 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 INSURANCE AGENCIES ITD. 1201 3rd Avinui South Pnont 321-7777 Representing ABSTAINERS' 'W COMPANY Evtningt Phone 327-2011 or 327-4091 Canadian Amateur Sports' Fee eration would luce to put the games in a smaller communii ty. He said with Lelhbridg being classed as a larger smal centre, there is a good chanc for the dry to host the event After trying for eight years the city has finally been able to buy 47.66 acres of land ta the riverbottom, east oi the river and between the hig] level train bridge and the High way 3 bridge. Purchase wa; from the province. The city paid per acr for the land. Additional funds amounting to for first priorit items in the renovation con struction to the Civic Sports Centre will be charged to con tragencies, allowing the ful recommended to be spent for renovations. Mr. Brown said there were some changes in the type o air conditioning equipment, bu basically, the budget is wha the department, wants to up- date the building. The target date for com pleting of the renovations early in September. The comrnision declined an invitation to have a represen- tative on an environment coun cil which would co-ordinate the efforts of groups considering the dangers of environmental xillution. The commission members can't get involved with every recreation and civic ;roup, but indicated it v.-ouM lelp whenever needed. PHARMACY FACTS From O. C. STUBBS In watching out for the good health of yourself and your amily, here are at least seven 7) important suggestions .which we, as pharmacists, know to be of vital import- ance. (1) Always ask your doctor when you even the use 'of an 'old' pre- scription. (2) Be certain to (care- .............._____Jfully) read the irections and dosage informa- ion we put on the prescription's abel. (3) Then, please, be care- ul to closely follow the instruc- ons attached to your prescrip- on. (4) Keep all medicines and on-prescription drugs complete- y out of the reach of children and (5) Never tell a hild that medicine is candy or like candy." (6) Please irow out any unlabellcd pre- criplions or drugs and, or your safety, this also applies o 'old' prescriptions. (7) If you ave any symptoms which you now are persistent, please call our doctor today! Here at Stubbs Pharmacy, e're always glad to answer our questions. We always have me to explain how to use your rescriptions, or anything eke have for you here at 1506 9tli ve. S. Rail Workers Back On Job CP Rail service in Lelhbridge has returned to normal follow- ing a one day walk off by about 160 engine and train crewmen. .1. H. Geddis, CP Hail super- intendent in Lelhbridge, says crews began booking back on at last night and opera- tions resumed during the night. The "sick-off" was apparent- ly in sympathy with a walk out by rail workers in British Co- lumbia. That dispute, between CP Rail and members of th United Transportation Union was settled Thursday. At its height the walk out in volved about workers started 10 days ago when ra workers began to book off sic in protest against the com pany's failure to conduct brak tests on coal cars from th East Koolenay area after the had reached Roberts Bank about 20 miles south of Vancou ver. 17 Interventions Against Air Change Opposition in Letlibridge t the proposed transfer of Ai Canada's Lelhbridge Calgarj service to Pacific Western Air lines is apparently not withou support from other centres. An official of the Canadian Transport Commission's air di vision in Ottawa said today 17 Holiday Activities On Weekend The first holiday weekend o the summer will feature many activities in southern Alberta In Taber, the Building Fund Celebrity Sweepstake dinner will be held Saturday In aid of the new Civic Centre which will be built to replaci the one burned last year, this dinner will be attended by top Canadian athletes, comedian Morey Amsterdam and1 Miss Canada of 1970. In High1 Hiver the annual Lit tie Britches rodeo will be held At Fort Macleod, The Fort will be1 opened lor visitors .for the regular summer season. Most of the facilities, and all accommodation and restaurants in Waterton Lake National Park will open Friday. In Lethbridge, the Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden will be open to the public Friday. Rodeo action will be featured in Taber Saturday and Monday The annual Taber rodeo parade will be Monday. There will be a golf tourna' ment at Henderson Lake, anc motorcycle hill climbing at the nortb Lethbridge coulee loca- tion. Senior baseball league action opens with four southern Alber ta clubs Sunday. Double head era are slated for Taber, En- chant, Milk River and Pincber Creek. In observance of Victoria Day, May 18, banks throughout Lelhbridge will be closed, as well as all business establish- ments, liquor stores, govern- ment offices, and food stores, 'ostal pickups will operate on Sunday schedule and there will >e no mail delivery. The Lethbridge Herald will not be published Monday. Postal Service Postal officials have advised hat there will be no letter car- rier delivery or Lethbridge sub- urban service on Monday, Vic- oria Day, and there will be no postal service at sub post offices. Special delivery mail will be elivered and collections from he street letter boxes will be made on .the Sunday schedule The wicket lobby of the main post office mil not be open and 10 wicket service will be given. However, the lock box lobby will remain open on the 24 hour asis. Stamps may be obtained from Jie vending machine on the rest side of the building. :ilFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. (LACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL 1LDO. Open Saturday! by Appointment r'HONE 337-3822 interventions against the AC applications had been re- ceived up unlil today, the dead line for such submissions. The submissions will be stud led along with the application by various sub committees before the CTC determine whether it will hold a publi hearing before making a deci sion. Time Air of Lethbridge, on of the intervenors, has its own application before the CTC. It wants to add Medicine Ha to its present "regular specifi point" commercial licence t serve Calgary, Hed Deer, Ed monton and Lethbridge. No interventions have bee filed against Time's applicatio so far. The deadline is June 10 Sender Must Pay Postage Lethbridge postmaster Arthur Lewis, commenting on the re turn of detergent sarnples t an eastern firm by a local po lution control group, says th sender can be held legally res ponsible for postage charges. Pollution Control-Souilieni A! berta has stated they intend t ship the collected samples c Arctic Power back to the pro ducer, who would be responsibl for the postage because the samples were unsolicited. Mr. Lewis' statement of pos tal regulations is that the sam pies (which were not original] delivered through the post o: fice. he says) would be taxec double if sent without postag and then returned to the send er, who would have to pay the charges. Kainai Event A special banquet and danci in the Fort Macleod Elks Hal tonight will mark the secoix anniversary ol the Kauia News and the first anniversary of Blackfoot Radio. The banquet starts at p.m RELIEVES GAS PAINS 1970 VOLKSWAGENS PRICED FROM 1966 VW STATION WAGON Al condition. I J47 1967 FORD XL 2-DR. H.T. A real beauty. Only 77W Yi TON CAMPEHS Hardtop Tent Trailtn RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. Corner 3rd Ave. and St. S. Priori. 328-4539 Car Lot 32S-4356 RESIDENTIAL COOLING SYSTEMS CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 328-3388 PACKAGED POWER Mrs. Paul Lewis packages camples of Arctic Power for shipment to Colgate-Palm- olive Ltd. in Toronto. The samples (280 to date) have been collected by Pollution Control-Southern Alberta and the Lethbridge Consumers' Association as a protest against the unsolicited distribution of the high phosphate content detergent. Flower Blitz Nets A total of was raised in the May 13 Flowers cf Hope blitz sponsored by the Leth- bridge Association for the Men- tally Retarded. Since the blitz an additional has been received through mail-ins from county and city points. An objective of is be- ing sought, proceeds cf which will be used to further the work of mental retardation in the Lethbridge area. WESTMINSTER mm Shopping Centre I3lh St. N. 378-7833 New Phone Number for Doctors and Prescriptions only 327-6969. FOR FREE DELIVERY Prescription Service Exclusive North Ulhbridgt Revjon Dealer HOURS: 9 a.m. io 9 p.m. Monday thru Friday Saturday 9 a.m. Io 6 p.m. Closed Sunday and CANADA'S FINEST COLD FUR STORAGE Call 327-4348 for Rapid Pick-up CANADIAN FURRIERS Paramount Theatre Building 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 UFFLEFI INSTALLATIONS Phon. 328-8134 509 6th Avenua South GET SET FOR THE Holiday Weekend Ahead VISIT CAMM'S FIRST FOR THE NEWESf IN SUMMER SANDALS In flal end Chunky heel itylei. w h i t I, tan d n d d d r k browni PRICED FROM 6.00 Also a full seleclion of CHILD- kRENS SANDAIS from 2.49 Sleal the scene ii LADY CROSBY CASUALS 2 eyelet tie, nolurol sole, in riverbed suede glove leather, ideal camping or holida ing S13 LADY CROSBY OLYMPIC JOGGERS Ribbed suregrip toN AA and B fitlingi. FRINGE MOCS In tobacco and Sand Sue. and Ian and white glove S6 and S7 SADDLE OXFORDS by Savage in tan a dark tan. CAMM'S 403 Ilk Strt.t S. SHOES ;