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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HOCKEY WEEKEND Book for our Next Hockey Weekend Jon. 28, 29 and 30lh. limited Space Available........... ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 The tetltkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, November 24, ]971 PAGES 13 TO 28 ERICKSEN'S PASTRY SHOP 3rd MM- Phon. 328-8161 "The Pioneer and leading Retail Shop In lethbridge" FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND (AKEHY PRODUCTS Sam Smith Night was... relevant By KON CAI.nWEU, Smith Krporter More than 200 Lethbridge residents turned out Tuesday night to pay tribute to Dr. Sam Smith, retiring president of the University of Lclhbridgc. Dr. Smith, who has served as president of the U of L since its inception 4'i years ago, will leave the city at the end of December to' assume n senior administrator's post at the Uni- versity of Hawaii. Among the many verbal tri- butes to Dr. Smith was one paid by Mayor Andy Anderson. "We have been fortunate in having Sam Smith as our presi- dent. He has been instrumen- tal in establishing a university of quite some prestige." In his own address, Dr. Smith described the U of L as "a thriving, healthy youn university that lias only begun o its commitments to be a and it will segin to break out of the rcdit-non-credit mold so that more people will find them- selves involved in programs fo- liated by the university and by you." Dr. Smitli also predicted the university would "re-discover" ts role as a social institution o facilitate learning, and not ry to be an accreditation igeney to solve all the world's social problems. The evening was not without lumor. Dr. Smith was described by one speaker as the only person who registered in a hotel under an assumed name because "there are so many Sam Smith's on every hotel regis tor." Referring to the Sam Smit Night testimonial, Dr. Smith said, "It took many months of careful manoeuvring on my part to convince the organizers that such an event was war- ranted." Dr. Smith was presented with several gifts, including a certificate of commendation from the city, a lifetime mem- bership in the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce, an of- ficial plaque of the City of Lethbridge, and a book "Al- berta A Natural History" which was autographed by all those attending the testimonial. to scratch the surface of its potential. "I think the students, faculty and the leadership of the uni- versity community are of real quality, if not he said. Dr. Smith predicted the cur- rent downward trend in univer- sity enrolments would reserve itself. "We will witness in the next five years a return to a healthy rate of growth as against the misleading hothouse growth rate we have experienced in the first four years of our ex- said Dr. Smith. "The next five years will sec the university give substance CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BUCK DENTAL IAB lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLD6. PHONE 327-2822 Negligence charged in infant's death Virgil Napolean La Blanche Diaz, 22, of St. Louis, Missouri has been charged with crimi- nal negligence in connection with the Nov. 21 death of his infant daughter Cassandra. Diaz was remanded in Leth- bridge magistrate's court Tues- day without plea and was re- leased on his own recognizance to attend the funeral. He is to reappear in court Thursday at p.m. "The three-month-old baby died as the result of head in- juries which were several days said Police Chief Ralph Michelson. A coroner's inquist was no ordered because sufficient evi dence was already availabl for a criminal charge to be laid. A criminal negligence con viction could result in life im prisonment. Council moves fmt Open Wednesdays in new shops bylaw PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL CARPETS PROFESSIONALLY MIST CLEANED ONLY PER SQ. FT. Offer Expires Nov. 30th, 1971 !R SERVICES Phone 327-1272 ___ A SPECIAL VISITOR TO THE HOSPITAL W.nme-the-Pooh visited St. M.choel's Tuesday, end delighted children with Winnie-the-Pooh bolloonssck ers and coloring books. Pictured with Winnie are left to right, Deano Long Squirrel. Susan Watson, Dale Ebb and Richard Watson. The children are all pahenl, 4rmy, Navy and Air Force 'eterans' Club. The objective of the associa- lon is to try to form a link Between the federal govern ment and retired federal civil servants. Those eligible to join the as ociation are retired, superan nuated employees of the Cana dian federal public service armed forces, the RCMP and widows of retired federal em ployees. The spouse of anyone eligibl o join the association may be- come an associate member, fo a S3 fee. Gerry Wright was elected president and Sam Heinric vice-president at the first meet ing of the Lethbridge branch o ;he association. Elections of other officers o the executive will be held a Thursday's meeting. area, are allowed to remain open' between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m. weekdays, Sundays and holidays. The confectionery or delica- tessen, under square feet of floor area, is excluded from the bylaw. Also excluded from the terms of the bylaw are drug stores, for the sale of patent or pro- prietary medicines ar.d medi- cal and surgical appliances. Drug stores may also sell pho- tographic films, flashbulbs and small batteries, baby supplies, greeting cards and gift wrap- lings and picnic supplies after regular closing hours for other ores. Service station proprietors ill be allowed to regulate eir own hours. The hours for automobile, lobile home and trailer deal- rs will be restricted to 8 a.m. 1 9 p.m. weekdays. Schedule A in the bylaw lists 2 types of business which will >e 'excreted to adhere to the and two-night formula. Schedule B includes 83 type-5 businesses which arc re- uired to close Sundays and wlidays. One' all-encompassing clause i the bylaw allows any busi- ess to open tor the sale of a good or service to a customer jy reason of an emergency ausing a threat to the custom- r's safety. Businesses will be allowed to remain open until 11 p.m. for a maximum of three nights per for special sales. Only one of those days will be allowed in December. This clause does not apply to Sundays or holi- days. HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. i. 328-3388 HECEIPTS DOWN Receipts at Lethbridge public stockyard and packing plants has decreased to to Nov. 13 from animals for the same period in 1970.____ "ART STUDIO ON FIFTH BVJEKIUE flRTISTIC i PICTURE FOAMING ARTISTS' SUPPLIES flRT 1 GAUERV AVE S IETHBRIDGE-ALTA HEINO DEEKEN, Manager For the Christmas Season Lovely Lisa Deb Dressy Slings (exactly as shown) In Black or Brown Crinkle Potent. AAA, AA and B Widths. Sizes 6 to 9. 6" IOW CUT SNOW BOOTS (as illustrated) In suedes and nylons, with warm shearling cuff, in Black or Brown. Also with Brown leather toe ideal "PERFECTO" by Joyce This lovely shoe comes in Cornel or Chestnut glove leather. For tho College ond Compus Crowd We feature ifie very newest styles by EYE CATCHERS MAGIKINS and WHO WOOllEYS 2, 3, ond 4 Eyelet Suede Ties Wot took Ties ond Slip Ons 1 ond 2 Buckle Dressy Slip-Ons. For All That'i Ntw FIRST Shop Camm's OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY UNTIL P.M. CAMM'S 403 5th Street S. SHOES ;