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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jerry A. E. CROSS WHERE EVERY THURSDAY IS "KIDDIES" DAY PHONE 327-2673 The lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, May 19, 1970 PAGES 13 TO 24. RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE BANQUET FACILITIES FOR 75 PEOPLE I 7 j I ..a_...rjJt i I PAVING HIGHWAY 3 WEST Construction on the 10-mile stretch of divided highway between the point three miles west of Lethbridge and Monarch is expected to be completed by mid September, according to depart- ment of highway officials at Lethbridge. When complete. the entire 13-mile distance from the city to Monarch will be a four-lane divided highway, with full paved shoul- ders. Sections of the old Highway 3 will be used as service and access roads. Postal Workers Vote Today City letter carriers will vote today to decide whether to strike to back demands for in- creased wages and job secur- ity, but Postmaster A. D. Lewis said everything is' nor- mal so far. In some cities postal union employees haye been reported working to rule, causing slowdown in mail service. All Lethbridge non super- visory postal workers and let- ter carriers are members of SPRINGTIME MOVIE CAMERA SPECIALS! Just 1 of the many specially priced Cameras Available Don't forget Father's Day is coming soonl LAY-AWAY NOWI KODAK MT4 MOVIE OUTFIT Consists of Instamatic Camera film, Apollo 8 carrying case. Regular List 92.45. Ap Splng Special Canon Zoom 518-2 Super 8 Camera and case Regular list 170 OC Spring Special I 0 McCREADY-BASNES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S., lethbridge Phone 327-3555 the union, Mr. Lewis said, so a strike completely halt post office work. Ballots from across Canada will be sent to Ottawa after union members vote, and the result should be known by Fri- day. If the vote is in favor of strike action, mail service could be halted at any time after the result is announced. Mr. Lewis said there was no possibility in Lethbridge that university and college students could be employed to repla carriers and sorters, poss bility raised in some title because "there just isn enough supervisory personn here to be able to train th many people." Delegates On Day Care Centre To Be Heard By Council Tonight Delegations from day care centres in Lethbridge will ap- pear before, city council to- night concerning the establish- ment of a day care centre In the city. Opposition to financial sup- port of a proposed Lethbridge day care centre has been heard frotn several quarters and council has received let- ters from private citizens pointing out there are private- ly owned operations in the city which might be forced out of business if a new centre were to be established. Alderman Joe Balla present- ed a notice of motion at last week's council meeting that council review the day care centre program before any at- tempt is made to have it Im- plemented. Reg Turner will also appear before council tonight to make a presentation concern- ing a proposed youth project. Low cost housing has again turned up oh the council agenda. City Manager Tom Ferguson has been asked to re- port on the possibility of the Garbage Dumpers Warned City officials this morning is sued a warning to citizens thai dumping garbage at the pickel 'ines of the city's sanitary lam city ill will not be tolerated. A spokesman for the said fines for littering would be enforced with persons dumping at places other than the des- jgrated areas at the land fill. Persons are not prevented by Gly Students Win At Fair Two Lethbridge students Larry Skiba, 17, and Ken Han cock, 17, were among eigh students winning awards for general proficiency at the nual Canada wide science fair held recently at Hamilton Ontario. Marc Paul Haugas 17, ol Calgary was named young scientist of the year, winninf S500 cash, and a one week trip to Holland. Another Calgary youth, Eric Verspoor, won a cash award. ATTENTION Open Ail Day Saturday All Credit Cards Accepted Weekend Fire Lethbridge city fire officials report a fire over the holiday weekend caused extens i v e damage in the basement and smoke damage to the upstairs of the home of J. G. Mahoney of 1713 20th St. S. The cause of fte fire is un- known. SALE FIRST TIRE LIST PRICE, SECOND TIRE All PASSENGER, TRUCK AND TRACTOR TIRES ON SALE! DROP IN AND COMPARE! CLIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. JBLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BIDS. Open Saturdays Evenings fay Appointment PHONE 327-2822 COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 There were a total 87 stu dents from across Canada a tending the competition, an about 200 exhibits entered. Trte 1971 Canada wid science fair will be held in Ed monton. Car Rolls, Man Hurt A Lethbridge man, Roger Plato of 1214 13th Ave. N., i. in good condition in St. Mi chael's General Hospital witl superficial injuries after the car in which he was lassenger missed a turn, en :ered the ditch and overturns on Highway 3, just east of Lethbridge at 9 p.m. Monday The driver Hank Anthoney fan Ryn of Coaldale, was also njured and taken to hospita: rat later released. There was damage to he vehicle. R. AKROYD PLUMBING-HEATING i GASFITTING LTD. 2634 21st Ave. S. For New Installation! and Alterations PHONE 328-2106 FREE ESTIMATES FREE MOUNTING EXAMPLE NYLON TUBEIE5S FIRST GRADE PASSENGER TIRE 1C LEONARD TIRE MART LTD. 1901 2nd Avenue South Phone 327-3580 "WE KNOWINGLY UNDERSELL" PAIN YOUR BODY'S CRY FOR HELP There has never been a generally satisfactory lefinition of pain or even a good method to measure if. Some rare individuals have an In- born immunity to pain which Is called "Congenital Analgesia." Others are so sensitive thai- they feel pain at the slightest instance. But, pain is your body's personal alarm system and should not ba ignored. Once your physician has pinpointed the con- dition causing the pain symptom, he can act to give you( quick relief. We stock the medicines he prescribes in our prescription laboratory. We have the modern pain killers and medicines that attack the cause of pain symptoms. WHEELCHAIRS CRUTCHES CANES ELASTIC STOCKINGS WALKERS URIN- AIS and MANY OTHER NEEDS FOR THE CONVALESCENT PATIENT ARE AIL AVAIL- ABLE AT DRAFFIN'S. DRAFF1TS DRUG STORE DOWNTOWN ROD 327-3279 DISPENSARY GEORGE 3284133 South Is Dry Farmers in southern Alberta could use three to four inches moisture on crops that are already in, a Lethbridge Re- earch Station official said Tuesday. Moisture content is very low at the present time, with only about six inches received in southein Alberta over the past 10 months. There has been some ques- tion raised as to effective ger- mination this spring on crops that are not yet planted, ac- cording to plant specialists at the station. Co-operation with the weath- erman at the present time does not appeaf to De too prom- ising, with only variable cloudiness and widely scatter- ed showers forecast for the Lethbridge region. The high day temperature forecast for Tuesday and Wed- nesday is 70 degrees with over- night lows of 40 degrees. Winds will be light. the picket lines from using the i Two school bus drivers were t-ni.rli tn CJ1T ttio mVtfit line road to the fill. In another area, the Fritz Sick Pool was closet] this mor- ning when pool staff did not cross the picket lines of work- ers striking against the city. Two groups, the city-employed electrical workers and the out-- side workers, members of the Canadian Union of Public Em- ployees, are on strike. Swimming programs at the pool have been suspended for the time being. City buses were running Tuesday on schedule. The elec- trical workers pickets were not established at the bus barns Tuesday morning before tiie buses were taken out for the day's service. Stolen Car- Lethbridge city police report an automobile was stolen Sun- day from the home of Floyd Hammer of 323 7th Ave. S. The car is a 1959 Dodge four door hard top with the serial number M869100970. The color is white over brown. The car has a damaged right fender and right front door. Anyone knowing the where- abouts of this car is asked to call Lethbridge city police at 84444. allowed to cross the nickel line to get school buses. Award To Student Donald J. Higgins, son of Mr and Mrs. Donald J. Higgins 1809 7th Ave. S., Lethbridge has been awarded a Cen tral Mortgage and Housing Corporation fellowship. Mr. Higgins will use the fel lowship to pursue his PhD slu dies at Carleton University in Ottawa. He received his BA from Queen's University, Kingston Ont., and his MA in pou'tica science from Victoria Univer sity, a Wellington, New Zea- land. TAKE HOME FISH CHIPS 2716 12th Avenue South Phono 328-8392 LETHBRIDGE REFRIGERATION I LTD. REFRIGERATION AND I AIR CONDITIONING I SERVICE I PHONE 328-4333 offering a complef office furniture for every fast CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. INSURED FUR STORAGE NEW YORK FURS 604A 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3276 federal government's latest proposal for low cost housing being extended to Lethbridge. Alderman C. W. Chichester may also report on events at the Canadian Association meeting in Cal- gary last week. The federal government has set aside million to be used to encourage the develop- ment of low cost housing for families with an annual in- come of less than Tha program is at present restrict- ed to Edmonton and Calgary. The parks and recreation commission will also seek council's concurrence in its bid for the 1973 Summer Games. The commission de- cided at its meeting last week to proceed with its bid to have the games held in the city. Now in its second cycle, the Canadian Games event was in- itiated by the Canadian Ama- teur Sports Federation in 1967. Federation policy during the second cycle is that applica- tions shall be accepted only from small or medium sized cities. MAY SHOPPING SUMMER CAMPS Order your supplies now. CBAYONS-PAPER-PENCILS SCISSORS-PLATES-CUPS WINE CELLAR Things are get your requirements BRIDAL CHAPEL Everything for the Bride ANNOUNCEMENTS- PNVITATIONS- REPLY CARDS, etc. GRADUATION TIME GIFTS-CARDS, etc. Vi PRICE TABLE GIFTS-BOOKS, etc. THURSDAY NIGHT SHOPPING "K.ep !h, Souttiurn Habir In the 7th St. Shopping Moll PHONE 328-2301 SPECIAL! Wednesday and Thursday Only! ALBERTA ROAST BEEF ON A BUN A generous portion of choice Roast Beef sliced razor thin on a toasled sesame seed bun with your choice of Horse Radish and Barbecue Sauce. VgW Regular 69c Special, only.......-...... Available Only At Our 1705 Mayor Magrath Drive Location PHONE 328-7751 SVEN ERICKSEN'S FINE FOODS 2021 3rd Avenue S., Phone 328-8161 1705 M.M.' Drive, Phoni 328-7751 STANDARD SIZES SELF STORING Complete with pneumatic door closer, door lock and weather skipping. HEAVY DUTY ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS Every order is made to measure. jl QQ Complete with screen and self-storing jr window. From Each i WE WILL BE PLEASED TO MEASURE YOUR DOORS AND WINDOWS AND QUOTE YOU PRICES INSTALLED Credit will be allowed on your old usable door. ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. "YOUR PIONEER LUMBER DEALER SINCE 1925 Cor. 2nd Ave. and 13lh St. S., Lelhbrldge 328-3301 ;