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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta FABULOUS 27-DAY MRMIK RANCHN TOW To Auitralia and New Zealand olio viiiti lo Hawaii, Fiji and Tuihiti. All incluiive price from Calgary, per perion only Double occupancy, Departure! Jan. 18, 1971 and Feb. 1, 1971. For reservation! and information contact BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE 1271 3rd AVI. S. Phone 321-3201 or 32M1I4 "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The Lethkldge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, October 31, 1970 PAGES 13 TO 26 Trtat Alberta Roast Beef-On-A-Bun AvailabU Only at ERICKSEN'S Take-Out No. 2 1705 M.M. Drive S. Phone Me And The Great Pumpkin By Jodi our Months Do You Really Scare People? But What'll I Wear For Easter? Blow Out The Cotton Pickin' Candle! Chic In My Maidenform Pumpkin Photos By My Dad, Bryan Wilson Youth Rally At Citadel On Tuesday Capt. Earl Robinson, former commanding officer of the Sal- vation Army in Lethbridge, wil take part in a church youth rally Tuesday at the citadel, 4th Ave. and J3th St. S. CAPT. EARL ROBINSON Capt. Robinson, currently na- tional candidates' secretary at the army's headquarters in Toronto, was head of the Leth- bridge Corps in 1964-65. Key Personnel Of Blood Tribe Might Resign Key members of the Blood Indian tribe administrative staff, including Ed Fox, tribe manager, have threatened' to resign for what Ihey term "lack of support" from the tri- bal council. Others who expressed intent to resign include Leslie Tail- feathers, assistant tribe man- ager; Richard Mills, office Gun Theft Brings Jail For 30 Days A Lethbridge youth was sen- tenced to 30 days in jail for theft of a shotgun when he ap- peared in Lethbridge magis- trate's court. Court was told that Andrew Lokstiansky stole the shotgun m a n a g e r; Adam Delaney, ranch manager; Rev. Denis Chatain, economic development co-ordinator. Ray Manychief, tribal coun- cil member, said Friday he feels the move is a conspiracy against the administration. He said the notice to resign comes at a "very poor time" because council nominations have been called for Nov. 4, with elections Nov. 19. He said these people who are planning to resign should not have any consideration and that they should be fired for then: conspiracy. The move they made, wheth- er for a raise in wages or fringe benefits, is a very poor approach, at a time when peo- ple are going to elect a new tribal council, he said. The rally, lo start ac 8 p.m., from a hunter's car in Barons will feature music and short messages geared to a young audience. Also on hand will be Capt. Barbara Williams, newly-ap- pointed church youth secretary for Alberta, who moved to Lethbridge recently from BeBe- ville. Ont. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-7684M Mother Brown's TAKE HOME FISH CHIPS 2710 12th Avenue S. Phone 328-8392 and then he and three other youths sped out of town, most knocking down a woman pedestrian. The hunter, from Vancouver, had his trip to southern Alber- ta spoiled by the theft, court was told. In passing sentence, Magis- trate Lloyd Hudson said, "It is regrettable that no one can come to this part of the coun- try without having his car or its contents stolen. This steal- ing is going to stop." Lokstiansky had previously pleaded guilty to the theft charge and passing of sentence was delayed pending a presen- tence report requested -by the magistrate. Hit-Rim Vehicle Investigated City police are continuing an investigation into an aban- doned car in Lethbridge which is believed to have smash- ed into a parked car Friday owned by Gordon Kroeker, 1039 13th St. S. Damages to Mr. Kroeker's car are estimated at The abandoned vehicle, lo- cated on 20th St. between 13 and 14th Ave. S., Had extensive damages to its front end. Crime Conference Main Speaker Worked 30 Years With Prisoners COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 CP Telecommunications (TELEGRAPH OFFICE) MOVING TO 1011 1st Ave South Effective 8 a.m., Won., Nov. 2 Robbery Car Still Sought Lethbridge RCMP are still i n v e s t i gating an abandoned car which was found earlier this week near Coaldale as a lead in the Warner bank robbery. A I960 Buick sedan was seen leaving Warner last Friday minutes after a lone gunman had stolen the money from the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. DR. PRESTON SHARP Socreds Plan Full Slate Of Delegates Full complements of 15 dele- gates from each of the two Lethbridge ridings are expect- ed to attend the Alberta Social Credit League's annual meet- ing in Edmonton Nov. 19-21. Represent ing East Leth- bridge will be Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Halmrast, Mr. and Mi's. Victor Erdman, Mrs. Doris Oliver, Ralph Court, Rev. H. J. Jost, Allan Collins and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hanrahan. To represent West Leth- bridge are Mr. and Mrs. John Landeryou, Mr. aaid Mrs. Fred Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Coxson, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Paterson and Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Schmidt. Five more delegates from ridings are still to be named. SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 Law Forum On Tuesday A public examination of the Canadian legal, system will be held Tuesday at I he Yates Memorial Centre when repre- sentatives of the Lethbridge Bar Association will be avail- able for free and open ques- tioning. Entitled The People's Laws, the forum will start at 8 p.m. and be free to the public. Sponsors are the Lethbridge association, the Alberta section of the Canadian Bar Associa- tion and The Lethbridge Her- ald. More than 200 people are ex- pected to attend the John How- ard Society's conference on crime and correction in Leth- bridge Nov. 6 to 8. The conference, called Crime, Correction and You has been organized for the layman, and everyone interested in learning more about the prob- lems of prisoner rehabilitation is welcome to attend. Conference organizers say students are particularly in- vited. The major speaker will be Dr. E. Preston Sharp, general secretary of the American Cor- rectional Association. Dr. Sharp has worked with prisoner rehabilita tion for more than 30 years, including service as superintendent of the Pennsylvania Training School, as a prison Work su- pervisor for the Maryland de- partment of public welfare and with the Man-land Commission for Youth. Prom 1952 until appointment to his present position, Dr. Sharp was executive director of the Philadelphia Youth Study Centre. He is a member of the Am- erican Correctional Associa- tion, t h e National Confer- ence of Juvenile Agencies and the Pennsylvania Probation I and Parole Association. i He was appointed by U.S. President Lyndon Johnson as national correspondent for the United States to the United Na- tions committee on social de- fence, and is a member of the LJ.S. Nalional Chamber of Com- merce advisory panel on crime >revention and control. Dr. Sharp will address Ihe conference four times: Nov. 6, discussing the conference in ;encral, and the 1970 social cli- mate and its impact on delin- quency and crime; Nov. 7, on requirements for change in correction systems; and later in the day, on work- ible methods of communicat- ng with the offender; Nov. 8 on the future of crime revention and prisoner chabilitation. Other conference events in- lude a tour of the Letl'bridge 5rovincial jail, small-group dis- :ussions with local and provin- cial resource people, and a number of evaluation sessions as the sessions progress. Nov. 7, Alberta Attorney- General Edgar Gerhart will f a c e a five-member "inquisi- tion panel" including Jean Block, a Lethbridge business- woman; a University of Alber- ta student; an ex-convict; Committee On Constitution Plans Visit To Lethbridge The Joint Pai-liamen t a r y Committee on ttie Constitution will visit Lethbridge during the week Jan, 8-15, 1971. The committee has included Lethbridge and Calgary as Al- berta centres for hearings. The committee was set up to examine federal proposals current constitutional discus- sions. The committee has, already met in centres in Manitoba, Yukon, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia. The hearings will be held coast to coast. Other areas to be visited in Coaldale Youth Missing Jerry Lane Kemp, 13-year-old son of Mrs. Lavone Kemp of the Coaldale area, has been miss- ing from his home since Tues- day morning, according to the Lethbridge detachment of the RCMP. The youth left his home at a.m. for Kate Andrews High' School and has not been seen since, the RCMP reported. He is five feet, four-inches tall, weighs 98 pounds and has blonde hair and blue eyes. When last seen, the youth was wearing green bell bottom pants, green shirt and running shoei and a yellow pile jacket. He was not carrying a change of clothes. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower lovel MEDICAt DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 "MUSIC FOR YOUR DANCING AND LISTENING PLEASURE" Booking Available For: CABARETS WEDDINGS PARTIES Four of Lcthbridgc's Top Musicians Playing All Typos of Music THE JACKS Contact Bill Hciberl 327-4979 Days 327-8029 Evenings the fall schedule and winter schedule include Saskatchewan, Nov. 16-19. House Drive Has To date approximately lias been. received in the 1970 United appeal house to house canvass. Most of the canvassers' kils have been returned to the cam- paign office, with only a few cards still outstanding. The final figure fo- the 1969 louse to house canvass was Officials believe this vear's figure may be higher when all the cards have been returned. Some of the objective for the 1971 campaign has now been collected. EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR SHOE REPAIR MIKE HANZEL 317-7th STREET SOUTH Peter Letkemann, a University of Lethbridge sociologist; and Jim Wilson, a Lethbridge Her- ald reporter. Most sessions will be held at the University of Lethbridge. Other assistance was pro- vided to the conference organi- zers by the federal government department of the solicitor-gen- eral, the Alberta attorney-gen- eral's department, the Cana- dian Corrections Association and the City of Lethbridge. Further information is avail- able from Mrs. Block, at 327- 8202; or the U of L informa- tion office or Professor Gordon Campbell, general confer- ence chairman, at 327-2171. MOVING? CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES Are you planning a ban- quet, wedding reception or social gathering soon? let us prepare and serve a delicious meal to your exact specifications. THE LOTUS BANQUET ROOM for up to 125 persons is available at all times. Phone early for reservations! Just Coll 327-0240 or 327-2297 LOTUS Across from the CPR Depot Christmas Kiddies' Special Every Thursday! I holography Ulhlnitlgn 327-2673 Taber 223-2401 ;