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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW. If it is not convenient to see during the day We oro open Thursday and Friday eveningi until 9 p.m. Id OS- sisl you with your travel requirements. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Letttbttdge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, May 17, 1972 PAGES 13 TO 28 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BtDG. 740 4th AVE. 5. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Summer is coming. Be ready with a pair of Prescription Sunglasses. HrLy miLcr anise LAST KISS Rock and roll singer Conrad Birdie and his devoted fan, Kim, get together for one last kiss before Birdie boards the train and is off to the The Lethbridge Collegiate Institute production of Bye Bye Birdie began with a student performance Tuesday and continues through to Friday at p.m. in the Yates Memorial Centre. The musical stars Mark Litchfield and Dawn McCaugherty. Director of the accompanying school band is Jerry Pokarney. Tickets are available at the box office prior to performances. Faulds Photo Lifetime Recreation Services is Opportunities for Youth project JL J_ J. v By MARLENE COOKSHAW Herald Staff Writer The Lifetime Recreation Ser- v i c e s, an Opportunities for Youth project, begins registra- tion for its activities tonight at Adams Ice Centre, which will be its home base for the dura- tion of the program. The project employs nine post secondary students un- der John Demers, Allan Walk- cy and Stan Skretting, who arc responsible for the program. tercsts and engagement in in-1 be brought by the participants teresting activities, such as hik- if any is available, but it is not ing, camping, tennis and some golf. The participants will also gain "some practical knowledge of self amusement and inter- action in groups." The students began the initial stages of operat ion Monday, and will continue to Sept. 1. Eleven week long hikes are planned, with the first to begin June 12. Thirty young people will be taken on each expedi- Thc purpose of the prelect is bus to Waterton, where to provide city youths with op- portunities to develop skills and learn different recreational ac- tivities. The group feels that Lhe pro- ject will fill such needs as en- tertainment, development of in- Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 5lh Street Soulh Phone 328-6922 NOW OPEN Government licensed Technician Repairs to Radios, Televisions SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO most of the hikes are sched- uled to be held. The organizers hope to se- cure permission to hold one camping trip to Camp Impeesa, a scouting camp near Pincher Creek. The program will also include tennis and golf instruction and games, to he held in the city. Registration is open to both boys and girls, aged 13 to 17, Equipment r e 1 e vant to the scheduled activities is asked to CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE lower level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. PHONE 357-382'' STARTING AT Charlton Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 necessary. The group would appreciate contributions of golf clubs, golf balls, tennis racquets and balls, and camping and hiking equip- ment from anyone interested in the project. Offers of equip- ment can be given to Mr. Skret- ting at 328-0310. The students received a grant of from the federal gov- ernment, but their request for for bus services to hik- ing and camping locations was cut to The group lias decided to make a charge of to the par- ticipants who will use the buses, which they hope will make up and financial help is re- quested from any individual or organization that is interested in the development of the pro- ject. Donations may be left at the department of culture, youth and recreation, or at the Adams Ice Centre during regular reg- istration hours, to p.m. beginning today. 10-speed bike rally on Sunday A rally for 10 speed bicyc- lists has been planned for Sun- day by the Lethbridge Family Tiy RICHARD BURKE Herald Staff Writer Randy liolfdd. city engineer higher at 1.200 parls per mil- said today, and contains a high lion. During the peak v.ater lev- amount of fine-grained dirt. j el for the average year the The city water treatment The dirt is the problem, not end of May and the first of plant operators are having dif- the height of the river. Turpi-' June the turpidity is usually fieiilty supplying enough clean dity measurement this morning I near BOO parls per million. water for the demands and the showed parts dirt per mil- To make the dirt in the water result could be water rationing lion parts waler. The normal heavy enough to .settle out, 11 within the next few days. j level is between 200 and 400 i tons of allum were put into the The Oldman River is rising parts per million. water Monday, compared with unusually early this Monday, the level was even I only 2'2 tons on Hie same day last year. Eleven thousand gallons of water per minute, the plant maximum, are being taken out of the river and treated, but only gallons minute can be turned out i for the city's use. The is being lost in the treatment pro- cess. The water is sfill within the minimum standards required by the health depart menl and is Tllal I safe for household use. but is not as clear as usual, Mr. Hoi- The city's new S4.5 million i plant works is based on secondary sewage treatment j urai biological process. plant is not working properly sensitivp ami and some of the processes have p s s vcr> iensimc anu been started over again. can be vcry easllJ' disrupted by The city has hired a trouble- i toxic substances such as oil and shooter, Dr. W. Hatfield from Illinois, at S1SO a day plus ex- penses to suggest improve- ments and refinements to the system. city Holfeld said. engineer Randv feld said. The problem comes at a dif- ficult time. The first stage of a million expansion lo the water treatment and distribu- The plant has to be "broken j tion facilities began Monday Mr. Holfeld said, and it The system on which the j could take about a year before Cabaret brawlers sentenced but had to be stopped. One of the treatment bas- ins at the river valley plant uas it will begin operating efficient- taken off the system for modi- ly. During that year, the short- j fictions but had to be put, on comings have to be ironed out. I The major problem is the i heavy loading on the plant i caused by a "very strong in- dustrial sewage." The grease loading from the various industries in the city "continues to be a Mr. Holfeld said. There is 4'-z to handle the full cleaning pro- cess. Mr, Holfeld said the expan- sion should be started now, while the demand for water is less than it is during the sum- mer. That expansion will prob- ably be delayed until the fall. The plant bas no! enough cap- J 1C Lnal against Olir men -irilv In Innrllc thn rlrmvrnrl rliir. charged with causing a distur- !mes as Breasc bancc at the El Rancho Motor lhe secondary sewage treat-1 peak summer months, Hotel cabaret March I3. ended as lllere was I The cast Lcthbridgc rese, this morning........; voir has been low because of i Carl Olsen, 26. Allen Louis; Tne cit.v has invited the man- Y. Entry forms are currently available at the YMCA. All forms must be submitted by 6 p.m. May 20. Registered contestants arc i Blomme. 25, Donald Andrews. 21, all of Lethbridge. and Mi- chael Lee Swallow, 25, of To- pcka, K a n s a s, were found guilty as charged. Before the passing of sen- tence, agent of the Attorney- general, Murray Sihvon re- quested sentences of different magnitudes bo made accord- ing to the involvement of each j person. agcmcnt of the industries in- volved to go to the plant May 25 to see "first hand" what the problems are. "There may be some tilings industry can do in- ternally to ease the Mr. Holfeld said. Friendship Centre reopens Public demand has forced the doors of the Lethbridge Friend- ship Centre to re-open. The decision to re-open the financially-plagued centre by using volunteer staff was reach- ed by the Native Friendship Society of Southern Alberta board of directors Tuesday. The decision was made after board members heard various reports that the centre's closure was depriving many people, mostly natives, of a place to go in the city. Tiny Tobin, director of pre- ventive sen-ices in the city also urged the board to open the centre's doors quickly. He said the city was interested in see- ing it open as soon as possible. WURLITZER AND YAMAHA Introductory Special on WURLITZER 3 years of tree lessons with purchase of any Wurlitzer Orgc.ii in Stock! 1-No. <1080R Wurlitzcr cnmnlc'lo with rylhom 1972 modrl 1-No, 4370R Wurlitzcr complete rythcm 197: model mooq r-ynthosiz r keyboard. All types of musical instruments D2B tnkon in trade. CLEAR OUT SPECIALS 1 ONLY MODEL B6B YAMAHA "71 Reg. Your Price Save S270 1 ONLY USED MUNSHALl ORGAN qq qc for studnnl. Available only at lluij Car. 3rd Ave. and !3lh St. North PHONE V COLD FUR STORAGE Call 327-4348 for Free Bonded Pick-up Our skilled cxpcrfs will repair, clean and glaio your turs to restore their beauty. Also export furriers cleaning of suedes, leathers nnd syn- thetics. Canadian Furriers Paramount Theatre Blrfg. Rotating volunteer staff from the Local Incentives Program sponsored and Friendship Centre based flnti alcoholism program conducted by the Na- tive Counselling Services organ- ization will keep the facility open until aL leasL the end ol May. The decision to open was not unanimous among board mem- bers, and was passed by a ma- jority of one. Fear of continued extensive delays in obtaining the centre's federal-provincial budget from provincial administrators could force another closure in the fu- ture, held back some board members in the vote. It was noted that Bruce Raw- son, deputy minister of social health and development has re- i cently promised that some em- jobs requested to meet at the family j Judge L. W. Hudson concur- at noon of the day of the rally j red and sentenced each man for instructions. Ito a fine of sm or a dcfault of j two months. He assigned no costs. In adition to the fines Olsen and Blomme received sentences of 30 days each in jail because evidence presented indicated they had been ring- leaders in the incident. Andrews got an additional 10 days in jail and Judge Hudson noted he had been specifically indicated in the disturbance only once. Judge Hudson passed no additional sentence for Swallow and indicated Swallow, an Uni- ted States citizen, will be de- ported "therefore no further problems w n u 1 d be expected from him." ergency funds will be available for the broke friendship centre within the next two weeks. Also, Lethbridge city council will soon decide whether or not to provide the centre with a operating grant. Those voting against the de- cision to re-open said, these monies could not be relied upon until they were actually receiv- ed. They complained unkepl promises had been made before and it was provincial delays which caused the initial closure of the centre due to money problems. However, those board mem- bers who voted to re-open lhe centre felt too much publicity had been given lo the federal- provincial delays to continue the delays much longer. GOOD SOIL The City of Lethbridge is lo- cated near the centre line of a strip of dark brown soil that of the problems at the treat- ment plant Tuesday, the reser- voir contained l'i million gal- lons, half of the requirements for the city. The water in the Oldman Riv- er is at 8 feet 10 inches now. about 15 inches higher than it was last year at this lime. averages width. about -10 miles in OUR NEW PHONE NUMBER IS 328-6661 2 lines to servo you better ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS STEREO AND PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 419 5th St. S. This leap year Order him a DELUXE BOUTQNNIERE for his graduation! MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP (MARQUIS HOTEL) Phone 327-1515 GENERAL ELECTRIC MOWER MODEL PM 30 9 Single blade-twin cnute Quick adjust wheel settings 7 inch wheels Reg. 74.95 Special Optional TOO'cord 8.47 Optional bagging attachment CALL HARDWARE 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Student available Rod Lomas, co-ordinator of the Lcthbridge Canada Man- power Centre for Students, told The Herald this morning the centre has listings for a num- ber of unfilled jobs. Production linn workors. re- ceptionist-typists who can type 40 words per minute, seam- si reses and gardeners are in particular demand at the mo- ment A number of short-term jobs arc also available. The Manpower for Students office is at 323 7th St. S., tele- phone ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENIAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bltlg. 222 5lh SI. S. Phono 338-4095 THRIFTY BUYERS CHECK WITH US BEFORE YOU BUY. AIR CONDITIONERS and FANS ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS STEREO PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 419-5th StroBt S. Phono 328-6661 SERVICE LID. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE )920 2nd AVE. S. THURSDAY, MAY, 18th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE A lot of the items in for this ;ii'c from our estate Nice old dining room .suiio with extension (able, li chairs, buffet and china cabinet: vanity dresser; '1 chests of drawers; nice wardrobe with mirrored doors; good dinette suite with Ig. table and (i chairs; nice sm. office liesk; good Marconi TV-radio-record player combination: 2 balhlnbs: doors: reverse flow oil furnace: 12x12 rug Wostinghousc 21" T.V.: Kloelric sewing machine sm. Servel gas fridge; new mattress; chrome and 5 chairs; 3 gas power mowers; occasional chairs; old wood rocker: wringer washers; GE dishwasher: RCA portable TV; radio; lawn ehnirs. Night tables; 8mm movie camera: Bmm projector; B and 1) 7V skil saw (like ncwi; saw: coffee table: tools: old wood chandelier; telephone table and eh iir; floor lamps; ranges; camp stove; record player; toys; bods; sm. wheelbarrow; trikes; seylhe. SPECIALS HONDA SPORT IIOTOIIC'VCI.K (A-1 CONDITION) U.UIHI.KH STATION I'OOI, TAHl.K (CO.MPI.K.TKI FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-4705 1920 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 41 lie. 458 Sensibly Prknd at CHILDREN'S SANDALS lo CAMM'S 403 Slh Slror-t S. SHOES ;