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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SINIOR CITIZiN'S TOUR HAWAII CALLS Ptr Mrwn Ouicltd Toun For You To In Sunihlni. For Fviihor Information Call BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE IJ71 Srd Avo. 5. Phont 3JM201 or 32MI58 "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The UtUbridge Herald SECOND SECTION .Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, October 13, 1970 PAGES 13 TO 24 ALWAYS INJOYED and APftECIAIEDI ERICKSEN'S 2011 3rd Avo. S. Ph. 1705 M.M. Drlvo Ph. 321-7751 Frost Damage High On Beets The southern Alberta sugar beet crop has been very seri- ously damaged by frost accord- ing to officials of Canadian Sugar Factories in Lethbridge, rod a meeting of CSF officials with members of the Southern Alberta Sugar Beet Growers Association has been scheduled Survival Day Session Set At University Survival Day Canada is on Wednesday and is a day when most cities in Canada are experiencing numerous activi- ties to make their'citizens more aware of what pollution is doing to them. Results of studies made in many places will be forwarded to the federal government to make certain MP's are aware of many of the problems each locality has, and what the re- sults can be if something is not done to combat them. In Lethbridge, the University of Lethbridge and Pollution Control-Southern Alberta are sponsoring a public panel dis- cussion-at 8 p.m. in the U of L science 'building lecture thea- tre dealing with implications of strip mining for Alberta. Hie focus will be on the Kai- ser Resources strip mining op- eration in the Crowsnest "ass area and how similar mining planned for the Alberta side of the Rocky Mountains can affect Albertans. Panelists include U of L pro- fessors Dr, Job Kuijt chairman of the university biology de- partment; Dr. Chet Beaty, a professor of geography; Jim Wilson, .a_ Lethbridge Hersld reporter; moderator Dr. Paul Lewis, a director of PC-SA amd professor of biolog- cial sciences. for this evening to reassess the situation. Apparently the freezing tem- peratures which occurred Oct. 7 had a more adverse effect on the sugar beet crop than was at first expected, and have left the beets in poor condition for any long-term storage. The harvest will continue to- day fiipugh, with all receiving stations open. (Since the har- vest began Sept. 28, producers have only been able to haul a total of seven days because of varying weather extremes.) CSF estimates indicate the 1970 harvest is about 27 per cent completed. There were acres of sugar beets grown in southern Alberta this year. Churchill Variety Night Wednesday Winston Churchill High Stiiool will present its annual Variety Night Wednesday at the Yates Memorial Centre. The review, to start at 8 p.m., will include band performances, individual singers, short comedy skits, dancing and rou- tines by the Trampoline Club and cheerleading squad. Tickets may be purchased at WCHS and at the Yates box of- fice prior to the performance. Scholarships Jerry second year op- tometry student at the Univers- ity of Waterloo Ontario, was awarded two scholarships valu- ed at Mr. Meiei, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mezei 2220 Mayor Magrath Drive, won the Percy Hermant Centennial Scholar- ship of and the Alberta Optometric Association Schol- arship of Control those SNIFFLES and SNEEZES Stock Up Now on COlff REMEDIES Conine C Cough Syrup Cold Tablet! Cold Capsules Throat Lozenges Nasal Sprays Nasal Drops Cough Candies Chest Rubs etc.-etc. NEED A PRESCRIPTION FILLED CALL US! McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge Phone 327-3555 Visit the PASTRY SHOP DECORATED CAKES FOR ANY SPECIAL OCCASION BIRTHDAY WEDDING ANNIVERSARY, etc. Mrs. Lil Scheirman our Manageress will be pleased fa discuss ond assist you with any pastry requirements when entertaining guests. Visit the COLONEL! TAKE HOME Kentucky Fried Chicken Potato Salad Cole Slaw Macaroni Salad SVEN ERICKSEN'S FINE FOODS PASTRY SHOP Corner Mayor Magrath Drive, 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-8161 1705 Mayer Magrath Drive Phono 328-7751 PICTORIAL ESSAY ON PARLIAMENT A novel look at the Peace Tower is one of 22 photographs, taken from o National Film Board Centennial book on the Canadian Parliament buildings, which are currently on display at the Bowman Arts Centre. The book, The Stones of History, captures the varying moods ond unexpected architectural detail of the exterior and interior of the build ings, adjudged to be some of the finest ex- amples of Gothic architecture in North America. The photographic essay, taken by two photographers, is accompanied at the centre by a display of children's carved and modelled sculpture from Calgary. Viewing hours are 2-5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Potato Plant At Vauxhall Scheduled To Open Oct. 22 The official opening ot the dehydrated potato processing plant at Vauxhall will take place at 2 p.m. Oct. 22. Invitations to attend the opening have been extended to Jean Marchand, federal minis- ter of regional and economic expansion, H. A. (Bud) Olson, federal minister of agriculture and Senator Earl Hastings. Premier Harry Strom, Ray Ratzlaff, Albfirta minister of industry and tourism, Ray Speaker, Alberta minister of social development and welfare and H. A. Ruste, Alberta min- ister of agriculture will attend the opening. Construction on Vauxhall Foods Ltd. began in March of 1970 on the new site three miles east of the town of Vauxhall. The potato acreage in south- ern Albsrta was increased to CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 about acres in 1970, com- pared to acres a year earlier. Seasonal employment at the new plant will be provided for Treasurer For DeMolay From City Roger Barnes, 17, of 1737 13th Ave. S., master councillor of the Lethbridge Chapter De- Molay, was installed this week- end as treasurer for the Al- berta DeMolay Association. He was among seven Leth- bridge chapter delegates to the 5th annual conclave of the ADA held in Calgary Friday to Mon- day. Chapter Sweetheart Mad- eline Wray and Chapter Mother Mrs. F. G. Gore Hickman were among those attending. Lethbridge won the ADA ath- lelic award for the first time by beating other Alberta chap- ters at floor hockey and broom- ball. about 25 persons in addition to permanent payroll of 75, all of whom are expected to ba hired from the southern Al- berta area. The finished product of the plant, potato granules will be sold in Canada and marketed overseas. Principle businesses associated in the plant are Vauxhall Foods Ltd. and Pak-Wel Produce Ltd. Major Hurdles Cleared For North Golf Course All major obstacles facing a proposed golf course and re- creation centre for young peo- ple in Lethbridge have been overcome, Reg Turner, a mem- ber of the management and development board for the pro- ject said recently. "The next two objectives for the group, he said, were to be- gin the campaign for funds and material and to contact the schools in the city and ask'for their particiption. The Lethbridge and District Youth Recreation Association, which is sponsjing the golf course for persons between the ages of 15 and 25, was recently incorporated, as a society and is now able to function as a legal entity. The golf course is planned for north Lethbridge in the area of the television station. Plans for the sprinkler sys- tem are complete, Mr. Turner Bible Group Meeting Set For Friday Wycliffe Associates, an in- terdenominat i o n a 1' mission specializing in Bible translation among tribal groups, will hold a banquet Friday at 7 p.m. at the El Rancho Motor Hotel. Speaker will be John Lind- skoog, director of Wyeliffe's Equador branch, who for the past 12 years'has worked with the primitive Cayapa Indians. He has also worked with the advance to "the Auca Indians, an elusive and dangerous tribe. Wycliffe has members in 23 countries who work as linguists and develop alphabets for tribal languages with the goal of translating the New Testament. Banquet reservations can be made with Mrs. Bernard Dog- terom, 32M046. Delivery Of Apples Near Complete Only a few boxes of Kiwanis apples remain to be delivered to clean up this year's apple campaign, Kiwanis officials said today. These represent call backs to people who were not at home when the Kiwanian called, and will be delivered some evening this week. FREE MOUNTING ALL CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED THERE IS ALWAYS ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT Although it may seem to be the same phar- macy you have always depended upon for your health needs, there have actually been a great many behind-the-scenes changes. These changes have resulted in better service to our customers and to their New systems for keeping track of seldom- used medicines, better controlled conditions for storage of many drugs, more detailed records of family prescriptions, a larger inventory of new drugs are just a few of the changes we have made. We feel it is our duty to provide the most up-to-date pharmacy service that is possible. JUST ARRIVED LOVE'S SOFT EYES Fantastic Ultra Feminine Wowl DRAFFIO DRUG SIQR6 DOWNTOWN ROD 327-3279 niSPENSARY GEORGE SALE FIRST TIRE-RETAIL 4 C SECOND TIRE............. ALL TiRES ON SALE FREE MOUNTING LIFETIME GUARANTEE EXAMPLE 7.75x14 4 PLY POLARIS TUBHESS NYLON First Tire QQ SECOND TIRE 4 Retail___O I ONLY I LEONARD TIRE MART LTD. 1902 2nd Avenue South Phone 327-3580 "WE KNOWINGLY UNDERSELL" said, and it is hoped to have a lake which will be part of the system excavated this fall. Seeding of the course should be done in the spring and it is possible the group will be able to use the course for golf" in the fall, he said. There seems little doubt now that the venture will be a suc- cess, he said, the only question is how good it will be. School Board Chairman Likely Chosen Tonight A new chairman of the Leth- bridge public school board will likely be chosen at the board's regular meeting this evening at The meeting is open to the public and will be held in the board's office at 433 15th St. S. In past years the organiza- tional meeting, required by provincial statute, has involved new trustees elected in regular city elections; this year there is no election for the first time but the reorganization must still take place. Board chairman Alastair Mont has indicated he does not plan to retain the chairman- ship, which will likely go to another trustee. One possibility might be the 1969-1970 vice- chairman, Dr. Bill Beckel, who is academic vice-president of the University of Lethbridge. The board will also decide whether or not to apply to the department of education for in- novative funds support for a spe- cial project involving computer occupational information coun- selling. Ths project would involve setting up vocational and edu- cational counselling informa- tion in a computer system so Damage A two vehicle Intersection collision Friday on the corner of Mayor Magrath Drive and 2nd Ave. S. resulted damage and superficial injuries to Felice Dagnone of 1721 14th Ave. S., a passenger in one of the cars. Drivers of the vehicles were Michele Viani of 1721 14th Ave. S. and Hugh Allen Olson of 310 24th Sf. S. COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING 'LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 that a student could quickly get the answers t o occupational questions to help in setting up high school programs and de- ciding what to do after high school. Enrolment and staffing sta- tistics for public schools, a draft policy on appointment of principals and other matters will also be discussed. The Lethbridge separate school board will hold its or- ganizational meeting Wednes- day evening. Wrenettes Place Second In Competition The Navy League Wrenettes Corps (Commander Jerome) from Lethbridge placed second in 1970 national competition in general proficiency of the Navy League of Canada. NLWC Lady Exeter from Guelph, Ontario copped top spot in this category. In general proficiency corps with 50 or more cadets enroll- ed, Navy League Cadet Corps J. R. K. Mfllen from Winnipeg took top honors with NLCC Chambly from Barrie, Ontario runners-up. Top spot for 'Corps with less than 50 cadets enrolled was won by NLCC Achilles from Guelph, Ontario and second place was won by NLCC S. Hawitt from Brandon, Man. Trophies will be transferred from last year's winners for presentation at an early date. R. AKROYD no PLUMBING-HEATING and GASFITTING 2634 2Ist Ave. S. For New Installation! and Alterations Phone 328-2106 FREE ESTIMATES PREFINISHED MAHOGANY PLYWOOD Vee Grooved for Nailing 16" O.C. No Further Finish Necessary 3 Shades to Choose From Tills Wallboord Is Suitable for Lining any room economically SPECIAL WHILE STOCK LASTS PER SHEET ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. "YOUR PIONEER LUMBER DEALER SINCE 1925" Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. S. Phone 328-3301 ;