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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta CALIFORNIA 16 DAYS SEVERAL DEPARTURES 5263.50 EACH (DOUBLE OCCUPANCY) for booking! and furlher information ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIILAGE MALL PHONE 328-3J01 The letUbttdge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbrulgc, Alberta, Monday, October 23, 1972 I'AGES 9 TO 20 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4th AVE. 5. PHONE 326.7121 Now Arriving: THE NEW EUROPEAN FAIL EYE FASHIONS for 1973 Accidents cause ,200 damage Three major Iroflic accidents in the city Sunday resulted in a LoLal of damage, six minor injuries and a possible charge of nulo Ihefl. A total of S2.5M damage and three minor injuries rcbulled when ears police said were driven by David Coolridgc, 421 2Mb SI. S.. and Wayne Robert KemmeL or Turin collided al the intersection of 3rd Avc. and JSUi St. S. Mr. Coolridgc received a cut on his left knee llml required eight stitches while a passenger in his car, Nancy Allen was Open house at Immaiiuel Immanuel Christian School in Lclhbridgc is one of 300 schools in Canada and Hie United States which will celebrate Christian Education Week this week. Special activities and pro- grams are planned at the school and classes be opsn lo the pubic from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 27. A bulfet dinner lie served in the school gymnasium from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. with proceeds going to the school. The school is located at 802 6th Ave. N. held overnight [or observation in Lcthbridgc Municipal Hos- pital for possible head injuries. Kevin Mooney, also a pass- enger in flic Coolridge car, re- ceived cuts to bis Imnds, was treated at LcLhbridgc Munici- pal hospital and released. A spectacular accident on the Brewery Hill near the tourist ml shortly before 6 p.m. esuHcd in SI .WO damages to a car, police said was driven by Anthony Parfick Eagle Bear of Standoff. Both Mr. Eagle Bear and lordan Heavy Shields, also of Standoff, were treated for minor cuts and scrapes at Municipal Hospital. Police said the car driven by Mr. Eagle Bear, earlier report- ed missing from Standoff, swerved sideways on Highway 3, skidded for nearly 200 feet and rolled over. One slight injury and damage resulted shortly after 3 p.m. Sunday when cars, pi- lice said were driven by Doug- las Many Grey Horses of Standoff and Frank Barva, 737 12th St. C. N., collided at the intersection of 9th Ave. arid Stafford Drive. JLrs. Clara Barva, a passen- ger in the car driven by her husband, suffered minor chest pains following the accident, hut refused transportation to hospital. Lethbridge constituency Where they are Keith Hancock, Social Credit, al a lape recording interview at the cablevision station in Leth- hridge this evening. Tuesday nil day and evening canvassing in the city. Hal Hoffman, Democrat, at ii rally in Calgary at p.m. for national NDP leader David Lewis. Tuesday sll day Tind evening canvassing ui Lctlibridge. Ken Ilurlburt, Conservative, canvassing in Lclhhridgc (his ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5lh 51. S. Phono 328.4095 evening and all clay and eve- ning Tuesday with a tour at noon Tuesday tiiroiiEh indus- trial plants in the city. Andy Russell, Liberal, vnssing in Lhc North bridge Hardieville urea can ihi. AUMA meeting hegins Wednesday 70 resolutions to be considered Dental care, garbage burning and council members' lerms -e among the subjects for con- IderaUon when (lie Alberta Urban Municipalities Aasocia- ion meets at the Holiday Inn his week. Ctose to COO and lown councillors and their spouses rom across Hie province will in arriving in the cily Tues- day Lo register for Lbc (iGth an- nual, three-day AUMA convcn- ion. Wore than 70 resolutions, sub- mitted by the various town and cily citmcils, will be discussed and either rejected or passed on to the provincial govern- ment for its consideration in fu- ture legislation. The cily of Edmonton, for ex- ample, wants (be AUMA to rec- ommend that (he province im- plement a denial care program for children similar lo the medi- care plan. Several smaller centres, In-1 eluding Clarcsholm, have sub-1 mitted resolutions concerning garbage burning. Didsbury lias requested towns under population Ixi allowed to burn garbage. Claresholm wants the province to postpone legislation allowing garbage burning until the subject has been more thor- oughly investigated. One ot the resolutions sent in by Lethbridge city council asks that consideration be giv- en to shortening the three-year term for aldermen lo two years. Delegates will be staying at various hotels and motels around the city. Free bus ser- vice is being provided for (he delegates to business sessions at the Holiday Inn and lunch- eons and' dinners, which will be held in the LCI Randio conven- tion room. evening. Canvassing Tuesday in [he NobMord, Granuro, Mon arch, Coalhurbt areas and llic Nortli I-ethbridge area Tuesday evening. Wider 13th St. N. interferes Sca (adet .11.1 i command with hotel expansion scheme The importance of widening 13th St. N. has once again been brought lo city council's tion and will be considered to- day when council deliberates on a bylaw to rczone the York Hotel property. Belli (he planning comniis-' sion and the engineering de- partment point lo the necessify of widening (he main thorough- fare on the north side as a prime reason for rejecting the rczuning application. CITY MORMONS NAME STRINGAM PRESIDENT of Temple presucnt at the Al- For the second lime in two years, York Hotel owners Inu'c applied for rezoning lo allow for expansion of the hotel. lime, they wore lurned down. If Ihe expansion were allmv- ed, il would "only commit she city to spending a larger amount of money at a later uate for acquiring Ihe land" for slrcet widening, according to Ihe planning department. Traffic figures from Ihe engi- neering department show if tlie slrcet is not widened, by 19SO there will be three Lo five times more LraHic than the slreet can handle during peak hours Seven feet would have to bo removed from the side of the HEADING FOR OTTAWA-Two Grade 10 sludenh al Winslon Churchill High School, Gayle Graham (kneel- ing) and Rhonda Ruslon make final preparations for a Irip Jo Ottawa on Tuesday, They will be among 200 sludenls from across Canada attending a national slu- denl symposium on Canada and its problems The con- ference ends Oct. 28. to be demolished, to allow- for! street widening. Dogs arc also expected to arc not explained j give council some problems al onifihl's meeting as aldermen! decide what U) do with them, A bylaw which Mould pul lighter reins on dog owners and increase dog licence fees was tabled July 31 after a large number of persons approached council to about holes in the by- law. Several changes are expected in the bylaw before it is pass- ed. The public meeting begins at 8 o'clock in council chambers. Rosalta walkathon raises chagrined I Now you can afford to dip info the very best! Kem-Glo VELVET (FLAT) SPECIALLY REDUCED TO Gives soft lustrous finish Withstands repeated Custom mixed colors SALE ENDS TUES., OCT. 31st SHERWIN-WILLIAM PAINT 321 6lh St. S. and WALLPAPER Phone 327-8321, 327-0211 "Haw, haw, house for drunken That allegedly was the re- sponse of a liigli school stu- dent when the Rosalia House walkalhon was announced over a Lcthbridgc school intercom. AIR rifilMtii CONDITIONING, HEATING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd. For the best buy in yenr rcund Comfort phone 327-5816 FACTS of LEFE Now is the limff lo plan your Overseas Christmas with PERSONALIZED CHRISTMAS CARDS from SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. 316 7th Sifcel South Phone 326-2301 "Maybe that's (lie aUilude o the Ijcthbridgc sai Meis chairman c Lhc Committee for Rosalia House, when only 2G pcopl turned out lor a 14-mile cil Saturday. The committee had hoped I raise nearly towards proposed rehabilitali on cenlr lor women wilh drug and a cohol problems. Mrs. Wagenaar said NIC 1 walkers, moslly youngsters an one G5-ycar-ok! woman from Coaldale, grossed about 5300. Of that amount about 51 will go for expenses such a printing, paper, advertisui rent for a hall and others. The Hosalta House Commi tee has realized about (he past years from pub1 donations. About o per cent of the first year's Inl operating budget Tor a r I hribilitalion centre is ncedi i before Ihe provincJa] govei mcnt will slep in wilh assis- 1 tancc. 1 The Committee for a Rosalia will meet soon lo assess their iwsiCion and plot a future course. SIDE AND ARM CHAIRS Tho picfured here feature square s'eel fubing, welded for durability, and finished ]n long wearing high glois chrome. The arm choir tea lure; lolid walnut armreif wilh Swedish Oil finiih, Both chain have specially contoured seal ond bock foam podding lo provide a maximum of comfort while maintoinlng a modern design. Thole chairs arc ideal for auditoriums, cofelerins, churches, conferences, Induilry, and ichools, c1c. CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 319 7ih St. S. Phono 327-4591 Announcing A new service now available at Hoyl'i! FREE Self Service Tube Testing Guaranteed TV or radio tubes also available at LOW, LOW Prlcei. We invita you to use I his new service! Call Appliances 327-5767 APPLIANCE DEPT. 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Lelhbridgo Erycc C. Slringam. 3204 (Jth ve. A S., has been named new clhbridge Slake president of ic Church of Jesus Christ of aller-day Saints. An over-flow group of about Mormons crowded into LeUibridgc Stake Ccnire, llh St. and Scenic Dr. Sunday loming lo hear Nathan K. anner. first counsellor 'o Pres- lenl Harold E hec o[ the hurch of Jesus Christ of Lat- ;r-day Saints, mzkc the an- ouncement. Tivo other changes in the re- rganizQtion of Ihe stake were p appointmenLs of H. Lament latkin Dale Hcyland the first and second counsel- )rs in the stake presidency. Mr. Slringam said lie has con- idence tlicy will work wilh im; 4 They he strong L'herc I am weak and if it is lie Lord's will we will losetlv berta Temple in Cardslon. Mr. Tanner, in his addrass old the crowd "why the church Saints is different churches." He poinlcd laving the Bible, Mormons also iave The Rook of Mormon. He try lo spread love and fcl owsliip lake. Former stake prcsidstM, Elmo E, Eletcher and his counsellors Oiven Steed and R. Dannie .ivingston were praised for their many long years cf service in he presidency. Mr. Fletcher las been named to the position TUESDAY SPECIAL! GYPSY CHATSWORTH SUMMIT SHAMROCK MAYFIOWER DINNER FOR ONE Our Regular 3-Piece Dinner TUESDAY ONLY Colonel Sanders and his make it "finger M'n' FOOLING AROUND USUALLY FOOLISH f your Hoclor whenever slead, icek the advica you aren't feeling we GEORGE We check your prei HEBE'S TWO MODE DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEr Haig Medical Bfrfg. 40] ill. SI. S. 401 6lh Ave. S, Free Delivery Call 326.6133 Coll 327-3344 changes Acting Captain Boh Williams, 1132 20 A St. S., will officially take command of the Leth- biidge unit of the Royal Cana- dian Sea Cadets tonight at a formal change of command ceremony. Captain Williams replaces retiring Captain Elvin Zook, 231G 4th Ave. S. Ttio 40 contingent o[ young men Ijefwecn the ages of M and 1'J years old will parade licfore both their new and old commanders and Captain Al Bachelor, area officer for JiCSC. Formal change of com- mand ceremony is scheduled lo take place shortly before 9 p.m or the hole) would have jyi al the RCSC 10th Ave. and finis missing City police are investigating the theft, reported Sunday, of two high hunling rifles and a 15 gauge shotgun from the call of a pick-up truck owned hy iVorton Jennings, M4 20th SI. N. The (ruck was park- ed at the real' ot his home. CUFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. lower Level PHONE 327-2822 25% SAVINGS SALE on 5 PIECE PLACE SETTINGS of DENBY LANGLEY TABLEWARE from England 20% OFF ON OPEN STOCK PIECES Durable chip rDiislanl dish one year extremes of 1ei irecjcr, Available in the following pallerni .her safe. Guaranteed for iperalurei in oven or ARABESQUE CANTERBURY BOKHARA SHERWOOD China Depl. DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Lcthbricfge AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. Regular Tuesday Evening Sale OCT. P.M. Top notch box spring and iwing, 40x72 in. Peal table- freeze fridgp, lo1 fish ner, doors, table tennii (WeidejO, portable Smjlh Coi order, projector scrcrn, chrornc his chairs, iricyde, 3 br jsh eommGr ichoo) dcsV, thcslcrficld suite in a Icnl tondilion, orcassional chairs, b c-rs, I960 Vising fridge with scpar n Mr ess, Icvc-ly double polio very good candiUon, Deep 'n fertilizer, like new hall rifle caie, lap, weight lifting equipment no lypEv-'rilcr in good running h cl'c'r. -1 kiSchon cluomc icI polisher, Icrgc iintc, Icvcly liti'1! ihodc by sProllcr, wringer wcih- 'o frcr-z'rg Coronodo 30" electric range, four flood running order lelc- visions, loli of jars and sealers, (oldi-ig rfoor, rodicnl foolitools, lampi, vccuuni cleantrf very clean -b-quc over, beds galore, inowshovel, lawn sprinkler, Many more ilcmi loo numeroui to lisl- 1956 DODGE STOCK CAR (needs work) 1957 PLYMOUTH 2-DR. V8, AUTOMATIC FOA FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES Phone 327-1222 2508 2nd Avn. N. Auctioneer: KANAW1SCHER lie. B69 REED HAWTHORNS Sales Representative ;