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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE lUHMinC.E Woilncnlciy, Moy 17, 1972 sliow room, s wee l> i! e ,i i! liu.ii-ir.e-. UH IM inln Ihe furiuii'v iiiiuuir.iclnring Funurriy tin1 linn inanufae- Uuv.l furniture ex- clusivi'h fur liu- mobile home and nulu-.iry. Ihis uiv'-. "ill '..pen h> reoin dour; i I.ethhrirlge and (iislru'l il i v.ho join tliH Out an 1'iiiiiilurc Cluli Siiiu- Shop v.ill o [i c. n Thursday ;u unh Si the norihe-niir.'.M (In.'ir of Ihe plant It will be I in1 room lor inh'i ioj' designers fnr jnnbiie, homes and members of Uie Ducan Funnlurc L'lub. C In l.i memberships are avail- able at the Sni'.e Shop free (if charge and allow card hold- ers to buy upholstered furniture at a pn vines of U) "0 per ccni off ri'iail price in U'lh- The Suite Shop RMHIITS 25 S L I C -S Of UpllOlMl'lTd funii- i lure including: chesterfield ;md chair suites, rei'liners, recliner-, rockers, chairs, foolMools and j davenports, j i Suiies ure in early Canadian, Spanish, contemporary, (nidi- liunal anil in u d e r n They in price from Ui SIJ.V1 for club members, n saving of up to SHOO over com- parable suites. Ducan's first funiilure he'd in Kdnumlun three ago, met with overwhelming I success, company president I IJeLer Pasloor said in an inter-1 view. 'The enthusiasm of rii- tailers surpassed our expecta- tions" AnuilHT show in Vancouver ne.M ueek is hooked solid. It will be followeil In a Calvary showing in mid June and an- other in Edmonton the end of .July. The Ducan furniture; ho marketed ihrouiihout Allvj.-.a B.C. hy independent a n d national chain Ducan offers furniture uphol- stered in icalhereUe, c 1 o t li, nylon and a variety of The Suite Shop offer suites from which to choose In- cluding 100 different color com- binations. Besides the upholstered fur- niture, Ihe Suite Shop will sell fabric ends, llirow cu- shions, foam rubber and will make up special orders for club members and .Members will be advised of special .sales and the introtluc- lion of new styles and cover- ings. The Suite Shop act a soundinp hoard for new produc- lion, Mr. Pasloor said, "Riving us nn i d c .1 of their accept- :ance." John Wright of Calgary has accepted Ihe position of man- i ager uf the funiiiurc club. Suite Shop hours will bi1 from noon to !l p.m. Thursday and Friday and From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat- urdays. The Suite Shop offers free local delivery. G3GAN1IC 0 NEW APPLIANCES SPORTING GOODS 0 FURNITURE MON.f {MY 29th HURLBURT AUCTION WAREHOUSE Phone 328-4705 say two or citys lawyers v "The courts and lawyers shouldn't have to clear every- thing with the public As long as the persons directly in- volved in a case know what is j happening, everything is all j right." So says Martin Iloyt, a Lelh- 1 bridge lawyer. I 'The public really doesn't need to be aware of evcry- thing that goes on in court or j Baird added Murray Sihvon. I lowing agent for the attorney-general lawyer, he had been informed in Lcthbridge. the hearing could not contin- They made (heir statements ne because subnoenas had not following Ihe adjournment of j been issued and witnesses had a preliminary hearing for John not been called. David 25, of 325 2Sth St. j The hearing was set over N., on a charge of attempted until May 24. murder. Mr. Hoyt said he did not Mr. Sihvon told The Herald he refused lo comment about the cause of the adjournment. told The Herald, fol- i conference with his RESTYLING REL1NING REPAIRING CLEANING AND GLAZING BHIDGE FURRIERS think the cause for the adjourn- ment was newsworthy, or im- portant enough for the public to become aware of. Baird is charged in the at- tempted murder by shooting of Jack Stanley Soltys during an incident at the Baird home April 15. Soltys has remained In the hospital since the shooting. A i spokesman for the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital r e p o r is Soltys is in fairly good condi- tion. Dr. D. G. Roy. attending phy- j sician for Soltys, told The Her- j aid a further operation would! be necessary to repair damage j to his patient's bowpl. "The op- craiien cannot be performed at this lime because of an in- he said. GARDEN ARCHITECT Dr. Tadashi Kubo arrived in the cily Tuesday to view the Nikka Yuko Cenlennial Gar- den for the first time. Dr. Kubo, who designed the garden, is here lo make recommendations for improvement of the garden. He is greeted of Kenyan Field by A, W. Shackleford, president of the Lethbridge and District Jap- anese Garden Society and Mayor Andy Anderson. Other representatives of the garden society were also on hand for Dr. Kubo's arrival. 1972 youth hostel opens Saturday ALBERTA'S BIGGEST CASH PRIZES Here are the winners of the Third Early Bird Draw in the Canadian Derby Sweepstake, held May 16th. There is ona more big Early Bird Draw for and the final draw August 12th for THIRD EARLY BIRD DRAW WINNERS APRIL 19lh, 1972 EDMONTON DRAW A Lozza, Edmonton 2nd Ray Ferguson, Edmonton 3rd Prize and Reeves, Vancouver, B.C. Kiltlitz, S. Cooking Lake, Alia. S 285 A. Dinwoodic, Edmonton S 2B5 Pnscoe, Sen Lcandro, CaliF., U.S.A............ S 285 Consolal Andruik, E dm on I on S 235 Consolahon-W A. Blacklock, Vancouver, B.C. S 285 Consolalion-M. and O. Rossum, Edmonton 285 Consololion-Rohert EyFord, Surrey, B.C..... 5 285 DRAW B Isr Prize-H. Alklns, Edmonton......... 2nd Prizc-UIf Onho, Richmond, B.C........ 3rd Prize-Mrs. B. Fisher, Edmcnlo.n Kay, Edmonton 5 285 Sinclair, St. Albert S 285 Brochu, Edmonton S 2E5 Consofation-G. Wanchulnk, Edmonton S 285 Knudsen, Medley, Alia. 5 285 A. Cairns, Vegrevillc, Alia. S 285 S. Bell, Conquest, Sask...... 2B5 Byy Sand get one FREE with our PACK: .CANADIAN DERBY VES, I'D LIKE 10 WRITE MY OWN iTCKET! YES, I'D LIKE TO WHITE MY OWN TICKET! By MARLENE COOKSIIAW Herald Stuff Writer The 1972 Lethbridge youth hostel will open Saturday in the city hall annex under Ihe di reel ion of five Lethbridge young people. Arland Ogdcn, Art Niven, Phil Nicas, DeVar Pack and Donna Cowen have submitted a grant application and pro- j posal constructed in conjunc- licn with Ihe Youth Hostel Committee to the department of the secretary of state in Ot- t.-.wa, but as yet have received no coiiiirinatiun. Art of the YouIJi Hoslel Committee, said he felt there would be "no prob- lem getting some of Ihe applied for, bat whether we'll pet (lie amount we budgeted for is another malter." Ik1 and Dick Julinson. trea- surer of Ll'c cuinmiUce. felt an answer would be "forthcoming very sonn." Mr. Johnson said he had re- ceived notification that the de- partment had received the pro- posal and was considering it. If notification of a decision was HOI rurai, ed by Ihe end of the week, Mr. Johnson planned lo place a call to Ottawa. i A benefit concert and dance i held recently raised an esti- mated S503 to SliOO for the hos- tel. but Mr. Lawson said the financial situation is slill un- certain and any donations from Ihe public would be "most ap- preciated.' The hostel, situated on I second floor of the city hall annex, will share the building a coffee house operated in conjunction with the Family Y, and the offices of several Op- portunities for Youth projects, summer games co-ordinators and Community Summer Pro- gram staff. InTornvilion services will be provided, and Tony Tobin, liai- son-consultant for the project and the city, expressed the hope of the operating group (hat users of the hostel would become involved in s u m in e r and recreational activities (o be associated with the hostel. the federal department at the con- clusion of the grant period. Mr. Tobin hoped to see the hostels develop into a long-term operation rather than remain a "sporadic summer attempt." He also expressed a desire to sec a development out of the city hostels into the country. lo fcdcrally-and municipally-fi- nanced youth hostels." Users of Hie hostel will be supplied with a meal ticket upon registration if they do not have sufficient finances. "The ticket is not an automatic said Mr. Grintals. The ticket is valid at tha Golden Gate. Restaurant, which Second up perhaps something geared the recreational side, such as liiking. Maybe Ihcn we could get away from the sligma or a whcle lot of bums using tliu hostels. rr.i-.r- i An i j -n i "Right now there appears to Tlurty-f.ve lo 40 beds mil be be U -rjilahp Tirni'iflnd hu ihn rln. _ r available, provided by the tie-1 parLinenl of hcaUh and social develop menl. Showers ap.d batlirom facilities have been inslalled liy Ihe cily. The hostel's operation will fol- low the standards set by the Canadian Youth Hostels Asso- ciation and those recommend- ed by the Lelhbridge commit- tee. Users of the hostel must reg- ister and pay the charge of 50 cents per night if they have the money. It will be closed during the day, and a maximum stay has been set at three nights. There v.ill be no drugs, al- cohol or weapons allowed on the premises, and separate sleeping areas will be provided bridge. It didn't get through council to easily." Asked how he felt city coun- cil's approval of a Penticlon re- solution to discourage youth travel would affect youth sum- mer travel. Mr. Tobin said thqt he thought it would make little difference. "People were long before on the hostels road around, it was a case of gov- ernment response to an ob- vious need." Meals will be provided for candidate for NBP Rudy Haugeneder, a reporter with The Herald, declared loflay his candidacy for the New DomocaraLic Party nom- ination for the Lethbridge fed- eral constituency. Mr. Haugeneder was born In Austria 25 years ago and came to this country in 1952. He has iiccn a city resident for nine months and will be a father in September. "The MPs in this area have been elected by the party they travellers through a provincial j represent, not because of the grant of under the Sum- he said. "They mer Transient Youth Feeding really haven't taken on any of Program. Grintals of the depart- for male and female travellers, j mcnt of health and social ric- I Accurate financial records will velopment described the grant be kept and submitted lo the as "the provincial contribution many r Ity Uri-ald Staff HEJILF, VVrilor i There is a Mine tor every- j thine; under lirnvon. a time to IjuiM. ;i limi1 in k.uyh, a lime firs! time lliat (hc'r had lor young adults, been house pun-nls, but they It Ls JiHiorianL. said, llni i art; both enthusiastic and just as the Dorothy Goodcr i cited about Ihe prospect. Both School is for educating men (ally retarded children so liir ranch is in a wav the means o! lulling adults j-tarl om on their ou.i. I h e are sociology majors at Univiv.sily uf Uvint1 in Ilic- house '.he 1-3 mi'.or residents. Fur the1 inonient. Mr. sniff (hoy had nnl iiirL'd j the issues, and there are lots of them'1 Air, Ilaugcncdcr said NDP is "action Ihe NDP repre- sents about 10 per cent oE the flcu.se, 90 per cent of the pri- vate members' bills have been presented by NDP." he said. Hal Hoffman, a teacher with the Lcthbridge Community Col- lege, has already declared his candidacy a week ago. Informed sources said two oilier persons, including a woman, have indicated their in- tonlion to run. However, their names arc not available for publication at this stage. Tin: innny i ibliDii performed by any extra help but ihcy had i men who will be living in I ho .permission lo, if there was a I house. Gr.bor Tilihaly and Hcift-. x.nd many people on, The main iden of nnu speaker of conr.i'olnl ihe Lethhridge for the Mentally Re larded had had n dream. They had worked hard and trans- planted their dreams into lion, I heir- lud Iviill (he ar.ij DOW v.a< (lie time for jov and lauubler because Iliey si-v.-ii I he seeds lhal could lo fulure f n r many vomit; menially retarded .'idulis. TJjc s.'iid Mr. Mr. llankinsim ''allowed to I'.row under th.i'ir li't'i." week for ihe mentally retarded. Ilaniiiuson said he and lhc. ronmiilire llmujihi Ibc opening of Uic lioii.-c v.iv.ild hi; a good lo li-c 'lli" liisii.-.- for Mm iiiniri.-.c K.nu-li uill In- Mike, and Mr. Johnson said it was lhc A tour was conducted IhroiiPh Mr. Johnson raid is lo help all ,hp holLSC by Mr_ nankinhon and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson. The people who attended the open- people will bp slaying at the iiome lo try to help Ihcrin.selve.s. Tiic oung rcsi- flciils will cJo chores like m.'ik- iiiLr be.d.s, hclpin.'.1 v.'ilh Die Tiic Algeria Council on Public Affairs uill hold its rcijular luncheon meet- ing nt nonn Thursday at Sven Kricksen's Hcstaurnnt. Dr. Hill Ueckcl, president of I'mAersily of Lelhbridgc, dishes and cleaning their own j ;it lhc a visiL rooms. I Jelly Andcr.son, president of j I hi; Lclhbridge As.-.ocialinn said the house was in iL-'.elf an an- swcr to a great question. She said she had ;i ing ceremony were invited by Mr. Hankinson to come out lo will be featured speaker. nilt] ,n i ..AU NdilinR At Mrs. Anderson said she and her husband had aluavs won- dered how Ihcir daughter would manage if something were lo happen lo (hem, Now, wilh the buifdini; of Ilin house, they had Ihcir answer. .'i! the house in Ihe hini.se.s, Airs. Andnrson said. She stressed lhc fact that I he ranch was not for children it WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLGAD SALE OF FRESH FSSH and SEAFOODS WILL DE HELD AT FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE THURSDAY, MAY IClli and FRIDAY, MAY 19th From a.m. to p.m. ;