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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta MIULOUS 27-DAY FARMER ond RANCHER TOUR Autlralia nnd New Zealand alw vIsKi Hawaii, Fill and TalhHi. All Incluuvt ptitt htm Calgary, per iwnwi only occupancy, Popartum Jan. II, 1971 and Ftb. 1, 1971. For and Information contact BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE 1371 3rd AVI. S. Phono 321-3201 or 3JM1I4 "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The LethbrtdgeHerald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, October 30, 1970 PAGES 15 TO 28 tlnw to mtor win polr Sff of SkatM ConlMt at Eilctutni. ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drivt Ph. 31S-7751 BOY SCOUT LEADERS Verl Meldrum, left, Raymond; Bob Jenkins, lethbridge; Eldred. Palmer, Claresholm; Frank Tinordi, lethbridge; and Bob Low, Cardston; examine the objectives chort at the regional scout leaders meeting. Scout Leaders Assess Value Of Programs Representatives from 1 southern Alberta- scouting dis tricts met in Lethbridge Thuri day night to examine program and decide the real value these programs to the Bo. Scouts of Canada. Bob Jenkins, regional execu live scout officer, said, "Th purpose of the meeting was t determine if we need program changes, and if so, what type: of changes." The group srudied seven key areas considered vital to the survival of any organization. Constituency: The group fel a program should be set up to continue the membership in crease by five per cent per year for the next five years. RELIEVES GAS PAINS NEW 1971 VOLKSWAGEN 1600 ONLY 1969 PONTIAC 2-dr. H.T. miles left new car warranty. OFF NEW CAR PRICE RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. Corner 3rd Ave. and 16th St. 5. Phone 328-4539 Car Lot 328-4356 Program services: The group agreed it should continue to in- volve scouts in regional pro- grams and events such as the regional jamboree and the mid- winter camping trip, both to be held once every two years. Also under program services, it was agreed to continue publi- cation of'the Scoutlook paper, and to hold a general confer- ence for adults once every three years. Innovation: The organization should make an effort to) work more closely with the depart- ment of youth and local recrea- tion boards. Physical resources: Continue support of Camp Impeesa, (near Pincher Creek) with more emphasis placed on the ing adu wilderness aspect of the camp. Finance: Set up programs of sustaining membership by sell- g honorary rnemoerships to ults. These people would act in a support role, and would be honorary council members. Lay and staff development: Increase the number of region- al training programs and lead- ership courses. "The process of manage- ment by objectives is new to said Mr. Jenkins, "The whole province has ac- cepted this method and is mov- this system of boy scouts ing towards operating." There are to southern Alberta and about adults involved in leader- ship of the 12 scouting regions. Pulls Upset Bogle Gets Nod For PCs In Taber-Warner Riding By JOAN BOWMAN Herald Staff Writer It was standing room only in the Coaldale Community Centre Thursday night when more than 375 Progressive Conservatives elected Robert Bogle, Milk River high school teacher, as the party candidate in the pro- vincial riding of Taber-Warner. Mr. Bogle, an unmarried Milk River town councillor, is ;he 47th Conservative candidate to "ic named, and at 27 years of age, the youngest. Beaten out in the upset vie- jridge MP Deanne Qundlock and the party's unsuccessful candidate in the 1967 eleciton, and Norman Long, president of Tenders Deadline Extended Tenders for a acti- vated carbon plant in Leth- mdge which were to have losed Thursday have been ex- ended until Wednesday. Lawrence B. Gibson, presi- lent of Aqua Tech Ltd. of Cal- ary, said approval for the ex- ension had been given by the ederal government, which is -ontributing an incentive grant f toward construction f the plant. South Citizens 'Should Be Angry" Lougheed Kicks Socreds On Mental Health Provincial Progressive Con servative Party leader Peter Lougheed said Thursday south- ern Albertans "should be an- gry" at the area's dearth of mental health facilities. Speaking in Coaldale at the Taber Warner Conservative nomination meeting, Mr. Loug- heed said southern Alberta has suffered the worst lack of such 'acih'ties of any region in the province. In an interview, he said the Social Credit government's ef- if JUmSTlC PICTURE FRAMING ARTISTS' SUPPLIES GAUOT DOWNTOWN )N FIFTH AVENUE forts, since the Blair report on mental health was released last year, have been "dis- graceful." The money needed to imple- ment the commission's pro- FUNDS OKAYED Health Minister James Henderson announced Thurs- day that would be. available to the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for ren- ovations, designed to form mental health facilities inte- grated with the entire hospi- tal. >osals has not been forthcom- ng. "The government has been all talk and no action." In line with the stand taken ly the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital board, Mr. Lougheed laid mental health facilities ihould be tied in with active treatment hospitals in the com-j told the audience of about 375 COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd S. Ph. 3J7-5454 DINE and DANCE TONIGHT! 'THE MOONGLOWS' SATURDAY! "MARV QUALLY'S SUNSET TRIO" to p.m. NO COVER CHARGE! SUNDAY The family will enjoy our fine food, service atmosphere "Special Children's Menu" SUNDAY BRUNCH SERVED 10 A.M. TO 2 P.M. sen s PHONE 328-7756 for RESERVATIONS munities of patients. The 42 year old leader PC Leader Replies To Colborne Peter Lougheed, provincial Progressive Conservative lead- er, replied to a barbed attack delivered Wednesday in Leth- bridge by Municipal Affairs Minister Fred Colborne. Air. Colborne, speaking at a Social Credit annual meet- Jig, said Mr. Lougheed changes lis position so often on provin- cial deficit budgets "you some-_ imes think there's two or three j of him-" Mr. Lougheed's reply Thurs- j were from eastern Canada. that senior citizens should be relieved of supporting educa- tion through property taxation. "They have paid their obliga- tions and are entitled to some breaks." He said the Socreds had j made some reasonable efforts about 10 years ago toward se- nior citizens, but government members "got lost in their press clippings." Mr. Louyieed repeated his contention that the provincial department of agriculture "needs complete restructuring from top to and that the department should have a representative on the Canadian wheat board: He said the federal task force on agriculture was unrepre- sentative on a national scale since four of its five members day at the Taber-Warner nom- ination meeting: "I change my Mr. Lougheed, who indicated geographical position in this j he expecfs the next Provincial province many times and I'm election to be called in the late going to continue to do so." Mr. j spring of 1971, proposed the Colborne may come to think I creation of a department of are two or three federal provinda, 4tli Avenue Closed Monday There will be a temporary closing of 4th Ave. S. between Mayor Magrath Drive and 23rd St. from 7 a.m. Monday to 6 p.m. Friday. Effects of the closure will be observed and these will be dis- cussed at a public hearing in the city council chambers Nov. 16. Alberta. MIDDLE EARTH -Sheepskin Coots -Leather Clothes -Pottery -Beads "Paintings and Prints 306 9 St. S. OPEN TILL 9 P.M. TONIGHT Plan to attend the IN-STORE DEMONSTRATION ALL DAY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31st CP Telecommunications OFFICE) MOVING 1011 1st Ave South Effective 8 a.m., Man., Nov. 2 The minister heading the de- partment would be the highest- ranking cabinet minister, next to the premier. Goodies Too For UNICEF Halloweeners When the spooks and goblins show night up at asking doors tomorrow for tricks or treats, many of them will be carrying UNICEF boxes as well as baskets or bags for candy. Homeowners, said a UNICEF spokesman, should feel free to offer candies and other treats as well a pennies and nickels for ONICEF boxes. the their PHARMACY FACTS From O. C. Stubbs Oh. If you've been hearing that denial work is not nearly as jainful as it used to be, this food news is correct. Patients vho used to dread the injection dental anes- thesic now have little cause for because the new stainless 'steel injection needles are noticeably small- er, smoother and sharper than the oid, plain steel needles used to be. The second major improvement lies in your dentists use of the new, high speed drills which spray water on the drilling surface keeping relatively cool. These new drills also cut so much more rapidly and smoothly there is rery little sense of the vibra- aon which used to be so com- mon. So, don't put off that den- al appointment because of fear f pain because it's much less than it used to be! Of course you like to trade in friendly and helpful atmo- phcre? Then Stubbs Pharmacy is the place to bring your pre- criptions. We enjoy and take ride in being of service to you ere at 1506 9th Ave. S. the Taber Warner PC associa-; bridge and Calgary and com- tion and a Taber insurance and i pleted a bachelor of arts in real estate businessman. history at Sir George Williams The large turnout for the; University in Montreal, meeting, whicn also'featured; He topped the polls against an address by Conservative: two other contestants in a town leader Peter Lougheed, was in! council byelection 15 months sharp contrast to the sparse j ago. number present at the 1967! Currently pursuing a bach- nomination. Of education at the Urn- Fewer than 50 persons turned j versify of Lethbridge, he is the i up three years ago, when Emil j son of Mrs. Phoebe Bogle of j Gundlock uncontested, won the Milk River, and the late Robert nomination by acclamation. Bogle. Mr. Bogle was bom in Milk; River and took his pre-univers-1 education there. He studied i irt at the universities of Leth- JL ICKCtS F OT Fair Lady Sell Fast Peg McCann of the Yates Memorial Centre box office re- ports about one-quarter of tickets available for the 13-night run of My Fair Lady were sold on Wednesday, the first day the box office opened. Students' night on NOT. 22 is sold out. Only 15 tickets remain tor the final performance on Dec. 5. Mrs. McCann said tickets are almost all gone for the four weekend shows, Nov. 30, 31 and Dec. 4 and 5. My Fair Lady, the eighth an- nual musical comedy by LMT since it was established in 1963, runs Nov. 22 Dec. 5 at the Yates. The 50-m ember amateur cast, directed by Dick Mells, is leaded by Sheila Pisko as Eliza )oolittle and Bill Matheson as lenry Higgins. ROBERT BOGLE youngest candidate SAVE up TO ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT UFFLEfll CHILDREN'S WINTER BOOTS Hi cuts in vinyl fully Borg lined and fully guaran- teed............. 58 JCLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDO. PHONE 327-2822 INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-8134 Latest Teen and Campus Ragel "MARY JANE'' BABY DOLLS (exactly as illustrated) In navy, brown and black. Crinkle paten! 'Wet Look' only YIU Other 'Wet look' by Eye Catchers toe loafer in red crinkle patent new crepe cole navy crinkle patent new black and mahogT any antique leather Silver and Gold Is 'In' for pant suits and party time CHUNK HEELS in silver kid silver fabric .also gold kid and fabric. A NEW FLAT HEEL Ten- der Tootsies by Lyons in Gold and Silver Kid at NEW WILD W001LEYS in gold and silver. CHILDREN'S SHOES See our lovely selection of tha new 'wet look' for Infants and misses. MEN'S FINE JARMAN SHOES A full size range in black calf and olive brawn. Open Friday until 9 p.m. CAMM'S 403 Sth Street S. SHOES The world's finest turntables and makers of fine modular stereo systems. Manufacturer's Representative, MR. TONY VAN ESSEN, will bo on hand to show and demonstrate the complete line. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS STEREO PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 017 Sth St. S. Phono 328-6921 ;