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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Did You Enjoy Hawaiian Days Now is llie time 1o Vlan your Hawaiian Vacalion. Lol us arrange all your plans. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Vilbgs Mall Phone 328.3211 e Herald SECOND SECTION l.ctlibritlge, Alberta, Monday, October 30, 1972 PACKS 13 TO 24 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL 61DC. 740 4th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 Now Arriving: THE NEW EUROPEAN FALL EYE FASHIONS for 1973 CASTING BALLOTS Among Lethbridge riding voters today were Helen Varga, above, marking her bailor with an X, and Russell Wilton, far right, receiving a ballot from deputy returning officer, Even Malmberg, at the YWCA polling station. Instructions are posted inside all polling stations and polling booths. Polls close at 7 p.m sharp, not al 8 as in previous elections. -Waller Kerber Photos 'Minorities' topic of meeting Dr. E. J. J.eskiw, dean of the he chaired by CJOC news editoi faculty of education at the Uni- versity of Lethbridge, will Ire tiie featured speaker at the next meeting of the Southern Alberta Council on Public Af- fairs, 12 noon to p.m. Thursday. His topic will be Canada's Minorities: The Search for Identity. The meeting, at Sven Erick- scn's Family Restaurant, will Bill Skelton. Interested persons are invited to attend. FACTS OF LIFE SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. 316 7lh Street Soulh Phone 328-2301 Open: Mon., Wed. ant! Sat. 8 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 8 a.m. to 9 District man heads new library group The newly-f o r med Soulhcrn Alberta R e i o n a 1 School Li- brary Council elected Us execu- tive during the council's augural meeting at the Univer- sity of Lethbridge during the weekend. Elected to one-year terms were: Dwayne Duff of Vaux- hall, president; Walt Penner of Leth bridge, president-elect; Betty Bailey of Lethbridge, sec- retary and Helen .Harris of j the County of Lethbridge, trea- surer. A total of 70 teachers attend- ed Ihe council's first meeting. The purpose of the regional council is to dcul with local problems of librarians and to act as a conveyor between li- brarians and the provincial II- i brary council. Taylor too old? Socred leadership race two-way contest so far Ily GREG McINTYHG Herald SUiff Writer Charlie Drain (SC Pinclier Creek Crowsncst) predicted Icxlay the Albcrla Social Credit leadership contest will lie a IT.CC between Werner Schmidt, v i c e-president of Lelhnridgc Community College, and Bob Clark, former minister of edu- cation, Mr. Drain, in a telephone in- terview from Edmonton, said formev highways minister Gor- don Taylor will not get the sup- port cf enough delegates he- cause of his age. Taylor would make a very able leader and is a very hard "said the 'Pass MLA, "hut he will not become lead- er because of Us age (62) and Curriculum in schools seminar topic the trends of the 1970s requir- ing a youthful man." Mr. Schmidt, 40, defeated in an Edmonton riding in tiie 1971 pro vincial election, announced last week he will seek the party leadership eat constable Ihis morning after a window at the Lefh- iridgc Greyhound depot w a a 'ound broken. Harris told court he required the remand in order to seek legal couiisel. Judge L. W. Hudson advised Harris that he could make ap- plication for legal aid while in custody at Lethbridge Correc- tional Institute. capacity." PROPOSAL Mr. Olson ment suggested by the federal government has been turned into another proposal by the provincial government. 'The provincial government agreed Canada to pay to Alberta to an agreement which had the S3.5 million to help the province -'with the rehabilitation of sec- ondary works in the Alberta ir- rigation system, lie said if the present agree- ment is the federal federal government putting up with the or million. "The agreement indicated a direct transfer of million of federal funds to tr.3 provincial treasury. The province could AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING Akon Refrigeration Ltd. For the best buy in year round Comfort Phone 327-5816 iiien possibly use that S9 mil- lion to pay part of its share of the total he said. Bill Yurko, minister in charge of the environment for Alberta, raid agreement that has been drawn up Ihe federal and provincial negotiators, has been agreed to by the provincial gov- ernment and has been in the hands of the federal govern- ment for some month.-; now. SPELLED OUT He said the matter was spoil- ed out directly July 7 i n a speech in Lethbridge when he indicated the province was will- 1973 Seasonal Products Have Arrived! We hove a Complete Supply 1973 Seasonal Products Including; CALENDAR STANDS AND REFILLS CALENDAR PADS WEEK AT A GLANCE DIARIES, DATEBOOKS AND DAILY JOURNALS CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 319 7th STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-4591 contribution would lie about million ami the provincial gov- ernment S25 million over a 10- year period. The agreement is in the hands of the federal povcrnment and now it is up to them to sign it With 325 calls yet to be made, the Lethbridge United Appeal has to date received donations totalling Tim total represents 60 per cent of the final figure received in 1971, and is up from the amount received at the same time during the 1971 cam- paign. The 1S72 campaign has set no objective, but hopes to come un with an increase over last year's total of i The remainder of calls to be made are business firms, and campaign chairman Joe Csaki urges all canvassers to get out and complete their calls. Tiie United Appeal repre- sents the union of 15 commu- nity agencies. Over the weekend, about 50 students from all parts of Al berta assembled in Lethbridge to discuss c o m m unication j leadership, and involvement j in Red Cross activities. i The Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute was host for the semi- r nar which started Friday eve- i ning and ended Sunday. Workshops were held at the Park Plaza Hotel and a ban- quet and dance at LCI Satur- day night. Tsla Service, Red Cross youth director for Alberta and the Northwest Territories division said the purpose of the seminar was to make youth conscious of the needs of oth- ers, ami to get involved in Red Cross in their own commun- ities. Blake Frisby from the Uni- versity of Calgary, was the leader. WATER TREES Water trees readily before, the ground freezes complete- ly to help the tree survive win- ier. TOASTESS "PERSONAL" AUTOMATIC 8 Inch Electric Probe type, fully immorsi- ble. A great >9 A OK g y iSIu value at only fl g CALL HOUSEWARES 327-5767 DOWNTOWN 606-603 3rd Ave. S. EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR 317 7lh STREET SOUTH SOME LIGHT SUBJECT GEORGE and ROD SAY We check your prescription in twenty ways HERE'S TWO MORE 7. Explain directions. If necessary to facilitate use of medication. fl. prcscripiiort information on your per- and permanent family record card. for 12 more procedures DOWNTOWN RODNEY CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENIAL BLDG. Lower Level PHONE 377-2822 COMMUNITY "MORNING ROSE" Silverplate 10th ANNIVERSARY SALE! Limited offer to Nov. 30, 72 40 Pee. Service for 8 Reg. 99.95. Special AU SERVICES AND OPEN STOCK REDUCED IN PRICE CALL CHINA 327-5767 6995 DOWNTOWN AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. Regular Tuesday Evening Sale OCT. 30 P.M. f x 6' utility nailer, 3' x 4' play house, reel good chester- field suite, chrome choirs. Smith Corona cosh register; lovely maple chino cabi- net; Combination oak desk and bookcase; Exercise bike; 2 year old findlay 30" electric range; 2 cribs; Stroller; Writing desk; Rugs; Guilts; Excellent violin; 9 doors, Good selection of small appliances irons, waffle irons, pressure cooker, etc.; Circular saw; 2 electric chord organs; Step Indder; Battery operaled fishing trailer propeller; Wringer wasrcr; Rcnl good fridges; Eleven bundles of dowling; Post hole digger; Selection of 20 gallon! of ossortcJ new points and stains in quarts ond gallon tins; Curtains; Electric drier; 5 dozen all purpose cleaners; -1 dozen rug lhampoo, Radios; Vacuum cleaners; Ironing boards; Toilets ond sinks: Inglis oulomatic washer in good working order; fishing rods; Foot stools; Usual selection of beouliful Imports; Many more items too numerous 1o list. IDEAL FOR HUNTERS 16 FT. HOUSE TRAILER BEAUTIFUL LIGHT WOOD STORE COUNTERS AND SHELVING. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT AUCTION BARN Phone 327-1222 2508 2nd Ave. N. Auctioneer: KANAWISCHER lie. REED HAWTHORN! Salei Representative ;