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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta PLAN YOUR CHRISTMAS VACATION EARLY Butle Travel now offers special holiday attractions for Hawaii, Las Vegas, Disneyland and tho Caribbean FOR THE LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN. CONTACT BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE 1271 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-3201 or 328-6858 "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The LetHbndge Herald SECOND SECTION Lcthbridge, Alberta, Friday, September 4, 1970 PAGES 11 TO 22 Jr) I a net's A. E. CROSS Your Franchisee! Dealer for Nikon, Zelss Ikon, Mamiya, Beit and Howell, Braun and Kodak Darkroom Equipment and Supplies Suspect Is Held In Death Of Child Lethbridge city police are holding a male suspect in cus today in connection with the death Wednesday of two-year old Johnny William Cotton o Lethbridge. The boy was pronounced dea or No' 3 p'ain WLIrJ Or Corrugated 1 stipulation" that pop music would not be part of the agenda. The orchestra has undertaken to interest former a week "until it gets very interesting." So far 40 persons have indicated they intend to play in the orchestra this year. Of which participatory democracy is the order of the day. Brandon University got a school of music after the president (an individual rather than to return, and so far are newcomers or committee) decided one was CHINOOK STATIONERS been a "significant who did not participate last Professor Needham said o: 306 13th St. personally think it's going to be quite difficult to get people can play, we'll scrounge instruments for them." 120-130 Lethbridge faculty schedule includes an orchestra-choir concert Dec. BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic your LABOR DAY WEEKEND OUTING Treat everyone to Finger Lickin' Good Kentucky Fried Chicken THRIFT with guest violinist March 8, orchestra alone April 19 and a choral concert May 3, all at the Yates Memorial DENTAL LAB Lower level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 DINE C D. pieces Chicken, qravvr serves five "THE pleasure in announcing piecei G. C. to NO COVER POTATO SALAD MACARONI COLE SLAW BREAD and FOR OF HOURS EXTENDED TO MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY. a.m. to 3rd AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE PHONE members, perhaps 20 are ex perienced and "it's not ver likely they are all artistical] inclined. "The structure of the univer sity is loaded against Ox propagation of the arts." However, whatever the leged problems at the U of L or the younger gcneratioi have no self-respect" or the pervasive influence pop music, Professor Needham plans to persist, on both the personal and public levels. "I still don't know if I'm an artist, but I'm going to die try ing. "And if I thought I were do- ing Lethbridge any good, would stay up nights" to get i done. PHARMACY FACTS From C. C. STUBBS Have you been noticing thai people, on the average, are spending a lot less time in the hospital than they used to? The new wonder drugs really are wonderful when jou begin to compare average lengths of time spent in hospital against the time it used to take for treating the same disease or injury, n 1938, the average hospital stay was two weeks 14 days. Then, as the new drug discoveries began to be used he average dropped to 12 days, hen to 10 days, and not too ong ago the average had drop- >ed to 8 days. And today? 'hanks to modern medical iractice, the average hospital ime has dropped to only G (ays of confinement! Just one nore proof of the constant earch, everyone concerned iith your health, for the best vays of helping you regain and ;eep it. Friendly, appreciative ser- icc? You can always be sure f it here at your friendly hannacy (Stubbs, of always glad to see and e of service to you here at 506 9th Ave. S. I Conservative, Liberal and New Democratic Parties would be hard put to say so outrightly, their plans for the next election were hedged around whether or not Mr. Landeryou would run again. He seemed to be acknowledged by all three as the man to beat. The only defeat handed Mr. Landeryou by Lethb ridge voters came in 1968 when he ran for an alderman's spot on city council. The leader of a phalanx of candidates opposed to development of the West Lethbridge university site, he still contends East Lethbridge should have been developed first. :'The west side is 20 years too soon. It's just going to cost more and more money for ser- vices." He said he hadn't thought of running again for city council but "it would depend on the is- sues." An inveterate student of fi- nance, he suggests that former premier Aberhart's much-ma- ligned plan to give Albertans a dividend has found its way into political policy under a different name: the guaranteed annual income. America's proposed basic income for a family of four and PC leader Robert Stanfield's call for a guaran- teed income amount to Aber- hart's plan "when inflation is taken into account." minated with mitten notice be- fore the next year's appoint- ment. A fourth year of contract is considered tenure, and a ten- ured faculty member may bo dismissed only under special circumstances, generally term- ed "just cause." In other matters, the board reserves the right to pay merit bonuses to faculty members it believes deserving; a lecturer with a journeyman's certificate but no university training re- ceives maximum salary at tho m i d-point of the lecturer's grid; All full-time faculty must be members of the faculty as- sociation; sabbatical leave may be extended to faculty members after three full years of service at 25 per cent of sal- ary, increasing to 80 per cent of salary after six years in the college. BUY LOW-SELL HIGH 1970 VOLKSWAGENS PRICED FROM '1949 55.00 Per Month 196! METEOR 2 DOOR HARD TOP Good clean unit. V-8, Reduced Now Only ___ 1961 FORD Automatic, Radio. ONLY From TON CAMPERS RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. Corner 3rd Ave. and St. S. Phone 328-4539 Car Lot 328-4356 SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT INUTE UFFLErt INSTALLATIQN9 Phone 328-8134 509 6th Avenue South First to CAMM'5 for Shoes ...then BACK TO SCHOOL Teachers See this "Aiitiee soft Available in black leather and black patent. See alto other Cloud Soft Styles. See Our New "IN" Styles for the teen and Campus Crowd, Wtl Look Magilcins In grey, black, navy, red, and brown crinklo patent from Th. Ntw Villags Look In Loafers New Wild Wooileyi Original Charley Browni by Savage. New Eye Catch- ers by in colored crinklo Patent Wet Lookj CHILDREN'S By SAVAGE and CLASSMATES Girls' Sub Teen Crinkle patents by Savage fn Red, Blue, Black, New Village Look loaferi In Antique Brown. Boys' Unimold Oxfords by Savage. Black or Brown In sizes to 4. FREE PARKING Downtown Yellow netert Saturday lor 2 Open Fri. until 9 p.m. CAMM'S 403 5th Street S. SHOES ;