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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, September 1, 1972 There's lots to be done in city during weekend With what may be the last long weekend of summer just beginning, there's a lot of ac- tivities to enjoy geared to warm weather. Teaiperalures predicted by ihe weatherman should make outside living enjoyable. The days will be sunny, with after- noon cloudy periods, and highs estimated in the 70s. The Southern Alberta Am- ateur Golf Tournament runs Saturday, Sunday and Monday at the Henderson Lake Golf course. A total of 170 golfers will compete (or lha southern Alberta championship. The second annual Rugby Fcst will feature 10 teams from Alberta and Montana in two days of games at the Civic Centre and Wilson Junior Higl School. Games run from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday There is no admission charge Saturday at p.m. i: the Rugby Fest dance in thi Civic Centre with music by the Mojo Revue. The dance is open to anyone 18 years and older. Another Rugby Fest activ- ity is the barbecue Sunday from B' to 11 p.m. in the Coaldale beer gardens at the town's ex- hibition grounds, also open to 13-year-olds and over. The Labor Day Little Lea- gue Baseball Tournament takes place Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., in Dave Elton Park. Eight teams will partici- pate. LcBaron's Auto Club has cheduled an afternoon o! 'grudge races" Monday at the >trip six miles north of Fort Macleod. Races slart at i2 oon. For the energetic, swimming, jowling, tennis and dancing: Henderson swimming pool open Saturday from 12 noon [o 9 p.m., and Sunday and Monday from 1 to 9 p.m. The Lions' swlmrair.g pool operates Saturday to 5 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday and Monday 1 to 5 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m. Fritz Sick swimming pool is closed for fait cleanup. Capri Bowl offers a place to burn off energy from 1 p.m. Scl lies McDonnell's HAMBURGERS ARE 2002 3rd AVE. S. Apple assist community The Kiwanis Apple Campaign will get underway Wednesday with 100 members of the Leth-' bridge Kiwanis Club and the Green Acres Kiwanis Club canvassing tlie city. The canvassers will take orders for baskets of B.C. apples priced al S2.50. The baskets will be delivered to the homes when received in approx- imately two weeks. Net proceeds of the annual project wili be used by the clubs in community activities. Projects which the sales help to finance include the annual KJwanis Music Festival, a Girl Guide camp, the Lethbridge Sharp Shooters young people's gun club, and the tourist huts. The clubs also give scholar- sliips to city high schools for scholastic ability, and sponsor various award winners and ac- tivities of the 4-H dubs. ON SEPTEMBER 1st CROSLAND PEACOCK LETHBRIDGE CO. LTD. Will BE TEMPORARILY LOCATED 323 -7th STREET SOUTH (NEXT TO FRANK WAIKER'S) PENDING COMPLETION OF PERMANENT OFFICE QUARTERS 519 7lh STREET SOUTH Common sense people wear HARDLITE LENSES The Common Sense Lens in localities hard resin protective lenses ereLawlWhyl They're shatterproof. They're only half the weight of ordinary tenses. They're backed by a warranty against oyfc injury. They're available In YOUR prescription. So who needs i law? o midnight Saturday through Monday. Tennis courts are open 24 hours a day. The Civic Centre courts arc equipped with lights for after-dark enthusiasts. Frendlin Page from Vic- toria mil raiferiain in the El Rancho cabaret Saturday from 9 to 1. City bars will be open reg- ular iiours Saturday and Mon- day. The Alberta Liquor Store will close for tlie weekend p.m. Saturday. local theatres will operate evenings during tlie weekend, with a matinee offered at ffie Paramount Monday. Green Acres Drive-In will conclude its showing of Some- times a Great Notion and Shooi. Girt on Salurday, with Million Dollar Duck and Scandalous John scheduled for Sunday and Monday. The Last Picture Show erded Friday at the Paramount, with Easy Rider running for the rest of the weekend. The Paramount Cinema will show The Groundstar Con- spiracy Saturday, with Up Pompei beginning Sunday. Joe Kidd will run at the College Cinema until Sunday. Monday, Hannie Caulder will be shown. For a short trip, Park Lake provides the place for pic- nicking, swimming, boating, pater-skiing or just getting a suntan. Waterton Park has enter- tainment scheduled for the weekend, with a Winnipeg band called Salt playing Saturday from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sunday is a midnight frolic, with the Bogus Boogie Band from IjCth- bridge. The dance will be held from 12 to 3 a.m. The Sir Alexander Gait Museum closes its doors to the public Monday after its sum- ner season. The museum is pen 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Satur- day, and 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday and Monday. The Fort Whoop Up com- plex in Indian Battle Park will open from 9 a.m. to 9 >.m. through the weekend, clos- ng at 9 p.m. Monday. _ The Nikka Yuko Centen- nial Garden will operate on its summer schedule and be open to the public 8 a.m. to p.m. daily. Beginning Tuesday, it will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Delivery services by all bak- eries and dairies will ba discon- tinued for the Labor Day holi- day Monday. There will be no letter car- rier or suburban service by the post office Monday but the lock boxes will remain open on a 24- hour schedule. There will he no wicket ser- vice, no services at any of the sub-post offices and the high- way mail service will be cur- tailed. Special delivery mail wili be delivered, and collections will be made on the Sunday sched- ule. The city transit system will operate on its Sunday schedule, with feises running from to p.m. All services will resume reg- ular schedules Tuesday. Rehab workev retires Shop grew over the years Frances Gardner is retiring as the supervisor-instructor of Mrs. Gardner at loom Week of activities set for freshmen A full schedule of Frosh Week activities will run Sept. 11 to 15 at the Lethbridge Community College. The week of events, many Specialists to test first graders A five member specialist team will spend the next two months testing Grade I students in Ihe Lethbridge public schoo: system to identify problems and work out special programs to meet their needs. Approximately 300 youngsters will be tested. "We are trying to get theii needs identified at an early age rather than waiting for twc or three years and having them experience failure because haven't recognized they I a said Jean Paskus ki, a reading consultant witi the public school district. The testing will be very in formal, she stressed. "It won be a pencil ard paper thing." The testing will determin whether each student is abl to cope with the various thing normally expected of a firs grader. tu'ch are unannounced and armed as surprises for the ew students, starts with Bean- s Day Monday. Tuesday features varieties of unexplained "cart races" and in evening swimming party. The official opening by Dr. D. Stewart, LCC presicfcnt, ill take place at 1 p.m. Wed- esday on the college patio. ,ivc entertainment is planned, oth In the musical area and n the dunk pool. Thursday is Bobbie Sox Day and the noon entertainment in he cafeteria mil be in the tra- dition of the "old-fashioncd: 50s. A hayride, a snake dance and a "hoot" are on the even ng schedule. Activities will wind up Fri lay with the crowning of the Trosh king and queen, and the ?rosh Fest Friday night at the Exhibition grounds. The Ke; Three from Calgary will b playing. Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's Prescriptions Prescription Sunglasses Children's Frames Repairs Prices OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION GO. ST S LETHBBIOGE Jfione 327-3609 HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. S. Phona 328-1773 FOR YOUR COMPUTE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Announcements (24 Hour Service If Necessary) Books Thank You Cards Napkin! Malthas complimentary personalized head table place cards with each orderj FREE CUSTOMER PARKINS the Lethbridge Rehabilitation i Workshop. She joined Ihe Rehabilitation Society, which operates t h e j workshop near the College Mall, as a volunteer worker in 1957. She was appointed supervisor- instructor in 1962. Mrs. Gardner was born at Bawlf. She moved to Lethbridge from Edmonton in 1947 and has been a city resident since. "When I took over the work- shop, we had only four Mrs. Gardner said. "It was increased to between 12 and 14 by 1967, end to 20 today." The clients are handicapped people. The workshop teaches them certain skills and helps them find jobs in the commun- ity. The clients earn nominal wages while working at the workshop. Mrs. Gardner will be suc- ceeded by Dave Stockham in the expanded capacity as man- aging director. Mr. Stockham, previously managing director of a sheltered workshop in Swift Current, Sask., is expected to arrive here next week. Tha society has secured grants from the provincial government and is planning to increase Its capacity from 20 to 40 clients by the end of this year. It will be increased to 70 clients even- tually, society president Tom Chapman said. "There is a definite need for more facilities for the handi- Mrs. Gardner said. "It fs also tlie time younger people are coming in. I have done my bit." Mrs. Gardner said the handi- capped people are the "forgot- ten people" who need help. Reviewing her years with the society and the workshop, Mrs ardner said It was "frustrat- A farewell party was given at the workshop in her honor two weeks ago. Mrs. Gardner said she continue to serve as a board member of the society and of the Ladies' Auxiliary, which she founded in 1957. Campground used by this Approximately persons will have visited the Hender- son Lake campground by the end of September, about the same as last year. There hove been visitors from all over Canada, the Uni- ted States, England and a few other countries. The charge for trailers is with a utilities hookup and without a hookup. The charge for tents is Tha park has 36 trailer hook- ups and there is room for 70 Time boosts service to Calgary Time Airways will Increase its flights between Lethbridge and Calgary Oct. 29, Time pres- ident Stubb Ross has announc- ed. He said daily flights to Cal- gary will be increased from six .0 seven, and weekend flights to Calgary from two to three. A new timetable is being pre- pared and will be available to the public shortly, Mr. Ross Laid. Rehearsals start Sept. 12 for choir Application may now be mac for membership in the Univer sity of Lethbridge Choir, con ducted by Lucian Neediam an accompanied by Louise Cha] man. Two major concerts hav been scheduled, a Christina concert Dec. 6, and a Sprin cncert April 11 with guest pe formers George Skipworth an etty Kolodziej. Rehearsals will be held Tue ay evenings at in the A umption School, beginni n cpt. 12. Anyone Interested oining may contact the seer ary of the U of L music d artment at 329-2-338. ONUMERTS "Let our years of experience Help You Avoid Disapointment" SOUTHERN MONUMENT CO. "The Memorial House of the South" located on 13th St. N. Just Across form Simpsons-Sears ONLY THE FINEST IN GRANITE and MARBLE Come In and visit our well equipped PLANT and SHOWROOM Tonl D'eandrcrj "35 Yearj Serving You" OUR FULLY EQUIPPED PLANT OFFERS Ceramic Tile Contractor Reiteration of old cemetery stone polishing Diamond sawing Natural iTone work Cutiom (wood or Fireplace hearths, cuitom cut 10 fit Polishing and retaining marbl'j furniture Fibreglan grave eovart OUR FULLY EQUIPPED TRUCKS OFFER Cement grave covers and poured with years of experi- "DEAL DIRECT AND SAVE" Installations of all Memorials Dependable and trouble 121 13 ST. NORTH SOUTHERN MONUMENT CO. PHONE 328-4577 g at times, when we lacke add two more storeys to th building. MEALS ON WHEELS AT NOMINAL COST For FurtK'--'- Information 327-7990 BIGELOW FOWLER CLINIC Announces the Association of Wm, D. Stiff M.D., F.R.C.S. (C) Obstetrics and Gynaecology LEARN TO TAP DANCE Classes Begin Sat., Sept. 9th Call BO YD SlttlTO at 323-0320 or 327-6450 for information LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Season 1972-73 REHEARSALS: Mondays, 7 p.m. St. School 5th Avenue and 19th Street South Commencing September 11, 1972 CURRENT VACANCIES: String playerj (especially Violas and Cellos) Oboe, Cor anglais. Trumpet, Trombone, Percussion, Harp (Other vacancies may occur before commencement of the session.) performers Invited le contact? LUCIEN NEEOHAM, Conductor (Office 329-2338) THE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE KICKS OFF ITS EVENING PROGRAMS OF ADULT EDUCATION COURSES THIS FALL WITH KARATE Starting Tuesday, September 5th ANGLING AND CANOEING Starting Saturday, September 13th DEFENSIVE DRIVING Staging Wednesday, September 13th Just three of the over 140 courses starting this fall. For tftntucti SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE PHONE 3272141 ;