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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD May 1974 City Scene Macleod Air Show Sunday Formation gliding aircraft aerobatics and skydiving will all be part of the Lethbndge Fort Macleod Centennial Airshow to be held Sunday at the Fort Macleod Airport beginning at 12 30 p m The airshow will officially kick off Fort Macleod's centennial At 8 30 a m flying enthusiasts from all over Western Canada will fly in to the Fort Macleod Airport for breakfast Attractions at the show include formation flying and low level passes by the Western War old vintage gliding demonstrations by Harold Cook airobatics by Jack parachuting and skydiving by the Calgary Parachute aerial fire fighting and crop spraying demonstrations by Scott helicopter demonstrations by the British Army from Sufheld and a radio controlled model airplane demonstration There will also be a ground display featuring all types of parachute packing and others From 5 to 7 p m the public can go for airplane rides at a cost of three cents a pound The cost of getting into the airshow is per carload The air show is sponsored by the Lethbndge and Fort Macleod flying clubs Circus here May 28 The circus is coming to town The Hubert Castle International Three Ring Circus will play in front of the Lethbndge Exhibition Grandstand May 27 and 28 The circus is sponsored by the Lethbndge Shrine Club and the Azhar Temple This year s circus has 35 acts including the Roger Zoppe Troupe of Arabian Riders clowns the five Tanmar Francarro the man on the swinging and the Kolmedys balancing act Tickets will be made available to children at schools at no charge and adult tickets are 50 each They can be purchased at the exhibition Camm's Shoes Gentlemen III Menswear Raworth Jewellery and Green s Pop Shop on the north side Museum hires students Seven university and high school students will be employed the city for the summer under a Student Temporary Employment Program grant announced this week The provincial grant of 100 will enable the city to emplov the students in two projects a continuation of a team program in cultural and outdoor recreation activities and work at the Gait Museum The museum project includes cateloguing its collection of historical photographs and negatives as well as conducting museum and historical tours in the city Starting date for the STEP program is June 1 Seat belt messages up Messages of love to drivers trom the city and the Alberta Safetv Council will go up on highwavs leading out of the shortly Just Arrived1 Pen Delfin HAND PAINTED STONECRAFT Imported from England Each model is produced entirely by hand and is the work of skilled craftsman Pamted by specially trained artists Call china 327-5767 DOWNTOWN The message is 'Wear vour safety belt It's a nice way to say I love you The signs will stay up until Father's Day and were supposed to go up on Mother's Day but were late arriving here from the Safety Council Certified Dental Mechanic CLIFF BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLD6. Lower Level PHONE 327-2122 GUARANTEED SERVICE To PIONEER and most other maket of ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 1 2 to Serve You ANGLO STIREO eV PHOTO SERVICE DEPT. 4195th Street South Phone 328-0575 THE AUCTION 2508-2Ave.il. Ql APIf Lethbridge DLUUlA License No. 077855 Regular Tuesday Evoning May 1974 p.m. Highlighting this week's sale we have radial arm DeWalt Industrial heavy duty saw Shop Smith model 10 ER combination lathe and aaw Seely hlde-a-bed in Herculon fabric Small contemporary glass front china cabinet Like new Aluminum Camperette to fit any model Ford or Chev. truck. 1969 Suzuki 250ce X6 motor bike 1962 Pontlac 4 door Laurentlan 8 cylinder automatic DATES TO May 23rd p.m. we are pleased te repeat a furniture sale of quality Heme. June 1st 11 a.m. Antique and Bygone Sale. Catalogues available en request. Phone 327-1222 for further John Auctioneer Lie. No. 067449 Independent truckers protest fuel prices Solo performance Renee Harris presents her best solo performance during competition Fri- day night at the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute during the opening competition of the 16th annual baton twirling extravaganza continued today m the Exhibition Pavilion and will conclude with an evening show at 8 in the Yates Memorial Centre Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Provincial Treasurer Gordon Mmiely had a Friday with truckers protesting the high price of gasoline While the original demonstration was to have seen trucks clog the legislature parking only seven trucks arrived Friday morning Mr Mmiely said he told the truckers that while gasoline prices might be going increased oil royalties were providing better government services and tax cuts for Albertans He also pointed out the province cut five cents off the provincial tax on gasoline last month Mr Mmiely said any roll- back of gasoline prices would have to take place on a national scale a spokesman for a group of independent truckers said later Friday he is encouraging fellow truckers in Alberta to strike next week to protest of high fuel prices Tom Brydges of Londonderry Moving and Storage said he is for everv independent trucker in the province to shut down' unless gas prices are set at last week s level Mr Biydges was one of the truckers who parked their vehicles m the legislature parking lot Mr Brvdges said thousands of truckers could shut down and he hoped won't be a wheel moving in the province after Monday which he's declared as a final deadline Mr Mmiely said no support to the trucker s request for a provincial minister's conference on gasoline prices or a provincial gasoline subsidy for independent truckers We have an eight-cent advantage here over the lowest gas prices m any other province he said The price of gasoline was increased by 10-cents-a-gallon this week but the Alberta gasoline tax was reduced by five cents a gallon to offset the increase Rabies checks to be made at South provincial parks The Alberta Rabies Control Committee decided in Edmonton Friday to begin checking provincial parks and roadside campsites m Southern Alberta for rabid animals The committee also decided to continue for at least two more weeks a random check of the skunk population m the Grassy Lake-Burdett area The random check was started May 13 following the positive identification of four rabid skunks in the area South country residents who encounter skunks dead or alive have been asked to notify district agriculturists or municipal agricultural fieldmen 11 U of L students receive awards Nine University of Lethbridge students have received scholarships and awards valued at for academic achievement in the 1973-74 term Ralph Dilworth of Ohaton and Ricnard Eaton of Red Deer each received scholarships Mr Dilworth who graduated from the U of L this spring won the arts and science faculty gold medal and scholarship Mr Eaton a pre-medicme student completing his third year at the U of won the Alfred and Blanche McGuire memorial scholarship Family life meeting set Family life education in the Lethbndge separate schools will be discussed at the Assumption School parent teacher association meeting Tuesday The separate schools' committee on family life education will be in attendance at the 8 30 p m meeting in the Assumption School Five U of L undergraduates have won scholarships They are Adrian an international student from Malaysia and Colin Van Orman of Lethbndge each received Thomas J Watson memorial Jean- ette Gibbons of Picture a second year won the Merit scholarship and second-year student Andrew Hunter of Parkland and third- year student Karen Swartzenburger of Turin won Japanese-Canadian Citizens' Association scholarships Meanwhile two U of L graduates have received scholarships Doug an arts and science graduate from will conduct research in parasitology Dee W Books of Lethbridge who graduated from the arts and science faculty will conduct organic and photo chemistry research FOX DENTURE CLINIC Est 1922 PHONE 327-6565 ESP COM FOX LETHBRIDGE DENTAL LAB 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG Evening honors 210 graduating students Life can be a beautiful but it can't be found in exotic fancy clothes and big the superintendent of public schools told the graduates of Winston Churchill High School Friday night Robert the guest speaker at the school's graduation ceremonv told the graduates to look within themselves because potential for meaning and happiness lies within us 'We buy cars that travel faster than our own laws that are bigger and flashier than necessary and that like change SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS S190 Iniulled Phone 328-2176 every year so we must buy yet another one before the last one wears out our mad search for happiness in material we are destroying our world through are selling ourselves to money-lenders at 22 per and depleting our resources at an alarming rate We don t find he said Dr Plaxton said happiness and success in life are achieved finding ourselves through establishing good relationships with those around us 'If we do not have these meaningful all our education and all our freedom is he told the graduates common cry these days do your otni thing and let me do mine that causes me some he said BRENDA VAN EGMOND Dr Plaxton warned the doing your own thing means isolating yourself from others or doing what you want to do without considering the impact of your actions on others it could have serious consequences for you When Dr Plaxton Brenda Van the graduating class valedictorian had another message for her fellow students a reality ahead that we must come to grips with Life has its successes and failures Don't get stuck in the warmth and glory of past success strive to do better Miss Van Egmund said There are 210 students graduating from Winston Churchill this year No awards were presented at the ceremony The athletic awards will be presented Wednesday at the school and academic awards will be made in the fall HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. S. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS InvlUtloni AnpouncwmnUi Bride Books Think You MilchW Hour It We provide complimentary personalized head table place cards with each order1 FREE CUSTOMER PARKING ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz BWg 222 Sth St S Phone 328-4095 PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6th St S ird 1514A 9th S PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 -2 hour service -Expert tailoring -Hat blocking -suede and leather processing -perfect pleat drapery processing Now is the time to consider AIR CONDITIONING from your 'Air Conditioning Centre of the South CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262-2nd Ave. South Phone 328-3388 CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES ANYTHING FIBREGLAS we can REPAIR WESCAN CAR TOP LETHBRIDGE REFRIGERATION LTD. Commercial Refrigeration WALK-IN FREEZERS MAKERS 111 11th Street South Phone 328-4333 To Improve Service to our VALUED CUSTOMERS OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. Now has 3 direct Phone lines Agriciltunl Division 328-1720 Industrial Division.......... 328-1164 Irriiition 6 Finn Mochaniatlon Division................ 328-3357 OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 236 36 St. NORTH LETHBRIDGE SPECIAL Family Dinner FuR 2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN Mtin ind Sour Frwd or PlnMppto Chicken Frtod ALL FOR ONLY Delivered to Your Hotl 4 75 OPEN WEEKDAYS A.M. TO 2 A.M. NOW OPEN SUNDAYS 11 A.M. TO 9 P.M. PHONE THE 327-0240 327-2297 LOTUS Across From The CPR Depot Coutls Highway Bui 328-4767 Res 328-4569 RESIDENTIAL REPLACEMENT A on of ADVANCE ADVANCE Glass Aluminum Co. 231 -12th St. 'B' North Phone 327-1581 ;