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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta STUDENT-TEACHER FLIGHT 61 DAYS JULY 4th Sept 3rd CALGARY LONDON plus Iruuranct Boole Befort June 4th ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Village Mall Phone 328-3201 The Lethbridcje Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, May 16, 1973 PAGES 17 TO 32 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lowtr Level 7th Street Shopping Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 329-7411 CURRENT STORE HOURS: to Mon., Tuet., Wed. and Frl. Thurs. to Closed Saturdays Debaters balk at award plan CALGAKY (CP) The strictly stag approach of the Sir Wintston Churchill Mem- orial Society has left some of the student debaters it plans to honor today less than impressed. The society sponsored de- bates between Southern Al- berta high schools and told the top four debaters last month they would be honored at the society's annual ban- quet. The students assumed they would be dining with the Two men plead guilty to theft A Taber man and a Cards- ton man pleaded guilty in court Tuesday to charges of break, enter, and theft and remanded to May 17 for sentencing. James Across The Moun- tain, 24, of Cardston and Ar- nold Benjamin Bird, 16, of Taber were charged follow- ing a break in Tuesday at Home and Pitfield Foods Ltd. on Scedc Drive. Entry was made through the north door of the building after the glass had been broken. Court was told goods from the store were found in the possession of the two men. members, and possibly sitting at the head table. When the students learned they were to eat elsewhere and only appear for awards, they were not pleased and said so. The society decided to change its plans and invite them to dine, but two of the debaters were girls from Drumheller, Alta., and the other team had a woman coach. The society is reserved for men, so only the two male debaters and the male coach from Drumheller were to dine at the banquet. This was even less accept- ab'e to the students so the society reverted to its origin- al-plan-of having them dine elsewhere. James Hathaway, one of the winning Grade 11 students from Sir Winston Churchill High School in Calgary, said the banquet would have been the debating highlight for him. "Everybody around here is pretty mad about it. they're supposed to be a society of gentlemen, but if this is gentlemanly behavior, then I've had enough of The Herald in error C. O. Merrimian, not Elmer Ferguson as was reported in The Herald Tuesday, is presi- dent of Prebuilt Industries Ltd. Make an occasion. Flowers are never more cherished than when they aren't expected. When they simply arrive to say, "I like you." So, make up an occasion, and let us help. Stop m or just give us a call. In town or out, we'll see to it that your flowers ere perfect. More enrol at U of L this summer Slightly more than 300 stu- dents have registered for the University of Letbbridge's first session of summer courses. Registrar J. D. Oviatt said the 315 students represent an increase of about 65 from the 1972 first summer session. Students can register for courses in the second sum- mer session until July 3. The second session runs from July 3 to July 25, the third session lasts from July 26 to August 17. Police week display Grade 4 students from Galbraith School learned of the emergency devices in police patroi cars, radar and breathalyzer equipment from Const. Me! Dyson Tuesday at a mobile display located in front of the RCMP office on 9th St. S. The trailer, police patrol car and police light aircraft display will be moved to College Mall Shopping Centre Thursday and Centre Village Mall Friday as part of police week, aimed to promote better understanding between the police and the community. SERVICE TO RADIO STATIONS 'Voice clips gov't propaganda' MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Phone 327-1515 Local scouts visit U.S. A contingent of 165 South- ern Alberta Scouts, accom- panied by 20 adult leaders, participated in the annual Lewis-Clark Exposition in Great Falls, Mont., last week- end. Richard Bide was contin- gent co-ordinator. Groups participating included 2nd, 5th, 14th, 15th and 18th Leth- bridge and 1st and 2nd Coal- dale. EDMONTON _ (CP) A voice clip service announced Tuesday by the Alberta gov- ernment, "is an addition to the substantial government propaganda said James Henderson, house leader for the Social Credit opposition in the last legisla- ture. He said in an interview Tuesday the plan, "is anotrier effort to bypass the news me- dia when it comes to putting a practical interpretation on government releases." The news sendee will pro- vide clips of statements by cabinet ministers by tele- phone to radio stations in cities and towns outside Ed- monton. Mr. Henderson said the move will result in increased exposure of government min- isters and the news will be basically the interpretation of those ministers. Newsmen wanting a voice clip ask for a zenith num- ber and three or four state- ments from ministers are fed over the line. The service is to cost the government about per month. Clips to be available are to be tied to the Alberta Com- munications Network A note on the network will indicate if a voice clip is available. Stations would be able to telephone a number in Ed- monton collect for clips which are available at that time. The ACN is a teletype net- work of printed government releases fed into radio and newspaper newsrooms throughout Alberta outside of Edmonton. Calls will automatically be placed toll-free to the voice clip recorder number through local, long distance operators. The zenith number is expect- ed to be operational today. 4-H debaters in Banff ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th St. S. Phone 328-4095 Herb's suggest that you GO WESTERN to the Taber and Stavelv Rodeos. WESTERN HATS-Straws and felts by Bailey Resistol Stetson WESTERN BOOTS-for the whole family By Texas, Tony Lama, Justin, Dan Post, Cowtown WESTERN SHIRTS By Karman, Prior, Rockmount and Miller JEANS AND CASUALS Over pairs Lee, Levis and American Wrangler. 30u 5th Street S. WESTERN VE1B GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE Phone 328-4726 107 old books loaned to university library Four Southern Alberta 4-H members were to participate m a parliamentary debate at the 1973 Canadian Council on 4-H Clubs at the Banff Springs Hotel today. Bruce Thiessen of Courts, Gordon Haggs of Champion, Len Zoeteman of Fort Mac- leod and Janet Russell of Lethbridge are among the 20 4-H members from through- out Alberta to present the pros and cons of 4-H at the convention. The council consists of lea- ders and advisors of 4-H clubs from across Canada. A Blairmore man has do- nated 107 volumes of 19th century scientific works to the University of Lethbridge library. The books, presented by John R. Pool, will remain in the library for 10 years be- fore being returned to Mr. Pool. Included in the collection, believed to have been gath- ered by an early resident cf the Crowsnest Pass, are: 17 volumes cf the American An- tiquarian, 35 volumes of an- nual reports by the Canadian Institute, seven volumes of The Mooiist, 29 volumes from the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the U.S. geological survey of the Rocky Mountain re- gion, plus nine volumes of contributions to North Ameri- can Ethnology. BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Installations Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave, S. E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Dental Bldg. Phone 327-6565 Art gallery CJ hours change Tlie University of Lethbridge art galley will be closed Sun- during the summer months, unless otherwise an- nounced. Paintings of Coronation artist Mary Hallett Biggs will be on display this Sunday, the last weekend showing until Septem- ber. Located in the U of L physi- cal education-fine arts building, the gallery is open weekdays during the summer from a.m. to p.m. CANADA'S FINEST COLD FUR STORAGE Call 327-4348 for Rapid Pick-up CANADIAN FURRIERS Paramount Theatre Building SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. Thursday, May 17th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Small dining table and 4 padded chairs; 2 chests of drawers; Gcod selection of TVs; Nice upholstered rocker; Chrome table and 4 chairs; 2 vanity dressers; Nice wood crib and maltress; Frigidaire fridge; 3 single beds (box- springs and Gas and electric ranges; Doors. Lawn roller; Korge fridge; Table saw; A good selection of gas and electric mowers; Chesterfields and chairs; Bicy- cles; Complete beds; Green bathtub: 3 large plastc water jugs: Wringer washers; 400 Ib. registered redwood flax; 200 Ib. malting barley; Chrome table; Replica of old Spanish muzzle loader. Export agency to assist firms with marketing EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta Export Agency, to ex- tend export credit, export in- surance, documentation and forwarding facilities to Alber- ta business firms, was an- nounced Tuesday by Dr. Hugh Horner, minister of agriculture and deputy pre- mier. The assistance, to firms in- volved in expanding markets for Alberta agricultural prod- ucts, is to aid the market de- Robber jailed 2 years One man was convicted and another acquitted on armed robbery charges in an Alberta Supreme Court sitting at Fort Macleod Tuesday. Twenty-six-year-old Leslie Arthur Trernblay of Okotoks was sentenced to two years less one day to be served at the Lethbridge Correctional Institute. Warren Richard MacDon- ald. 22, of Victoria was ac- quitted. The charges were laid Sept. 18 following an armed rob- bery at the home of taxi cab driver Mrs. Anna Kropinak of Blairmore. Poke say Mrs. Kropinak answered a knock at the door at about 11 p.m. Sept. 18 and two men with nylon stockings over their heads forced her back into the kitchen. The two men, one armed with a sawed-off rifle and the other with a knife, tied Mrs. Kropinak and two other per- sons in the house and stole S150 to in cash. Travel group visits south A reception at the Holiday Inn Thursday evening top off a day-long tour of southwest Alberta by 40 Euro- pean travel agents. The group is on a three- week tour of Canada organiz- ed by Air Canada, the Cana- dian Government Travel Bur- eau and provincial and region- si tourist agencies. They are scheduled to ar- rive at Fort Macleod from Calgary and tour the Pincher Creek-Waferton area, Leth- bridge and other spots before departing Friday morning for Medicine Hat. -S.--..1.-I. Certified Dental Mechanic CLIFF BUCK, BLACK DENTAL LAP. MEDICAL DENTAL BLDO. Lower Level PHONE 327-282? velopment of products, in all states of processing, from Al- berta to international mar- kets. Dr. Horner said in a re- lease, "It is expected that the agency, which is the first of its kind in Canada, will pro- vide a means of assisting Al- berta businessmen to cap- ture agricultural products." He said the agency has been established as a result of observations made on re- cent trade missions to Japan and Central and South Am- erica where it was found that contacts with ether govern- ments can assist the conclu- sion of market agreements between private business firms. the past year Al- berta has supported the es- tablishment of such an agency for Western Canada and also a similar federal agency, however, both of these are still under con- he said. The agency will consist of a board of directors with five members. Dr. G. E. Pumell, deputy minister of agriculture for Alberta will be chairman. Other members include: dep- uty minister of the Alberta department of industry and commerce 'or his designate; a representative from agri- business; a representative from producer organizations and a general The initial funding of the agency will consist of mil- lion with an additional au- thorization for guaranteed loans as credit requirements develop. These funds will be used to provide guaranteed loans to marketing agencies in Alber- ta and will provide credit terms necessary to meet world-wide competition. FISHING SPECIALS! OLD PAL 3 TRAY TACKLE BOXES Reg. 12.95. O Eft Special O.3U SPIN CASTING ROD AND REEL COMBINATION Reg. 9.95. C QC Special FISHING GRAB BAGS Approximately 5.00 value. Special 990 Call Sporting 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Jrst to Camm's for Shoes! Then it's Fun in the Sun this coming holiday weekend White Sandals TOSHIBA COLOR TV SANYO PORTABLE COLOR TV Night table; Ski rack; Step ladder; Oil heater; Singer sewing machine Copier machine; 4 chrome kitchen chairs; 2 speakers; 2 Burroughs adding machines; Small steel filing cabinet; Rugs and carpet; Kids' tnkes; Small gas heaters; Portable sewing machine; Portable record player; Toasters; Can openers; Insulation. Many other articles. 1959 STUDEBAKER STATION WAGON 1957 PONTIAC FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-4705 1920 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGI AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN lib 41 Lie. 458 Several styles to choose from Sensibly priced at and Lovely Summer Styles by JOYCE "COSMO" as illustrated in white, red and 3-tone beige crinkle patent wet look "ORCHID" as illustrated In white kid, or 3-tone beige kid. "CONDOR" _ This lovely ihoa is avai'abTe In white crinkle patent wet look. See these plus other great styles by Joyce We carry a complete selection of Dr. Scholli' EXERCISE SANDALS Open Thurs. and Fri. until 9.00 p.m. CAMM'S 403 5th Street S. SHOES ;