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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16- THE UTHBR1DGE HERALD Wednesday, September 13, 1972 New building supplies firm opening next week A new building supplies firm is scheduled to open to the pub-! lie next week on the Coaldalc highway near the stockyards. Dous" Building Supplies, lo- cated adjacent, to Canadian Propane Gas and Oil Limited on Highway 3 East, will offer a complete line of lumber, ply- wood, paint, hardware and tools, says owner Don Hamilton, a Lcthbridge native son. One of the more important items which will be offered with the complete line of building supplies is service, says Mr. Hamilton. "If a person wants a WESTMINSTER SHOPPING CENTER 1000-40OO sq. ft. Excellent Store Space Available Immediately Suitable for RESTAURANT, COIN WASH BARBER, GROCSR, CLOTHING HARDWARE, VARIETY, ETC. Ample Parking Fully Modern Good Location City Savings Trust Co. 266-8851 two by four or a gallon of paint, we'll deliver it anywhere in the city free of charge." Mr. Hamilton has been in the building supplies business for 18 years, working his way up from the bottom. Prior to opening Dons Building Supplies, he was a parlner in a Coaldale lumber business tor four years. Dons Building Supplies, 3325 1st Aye. S., has square feet f display, office and storage area raider roof and iquore feet of outside storage. "No order or request is too arge or too small for our un- divided attention at soys VLr. Hamilton. Writers' workshop planned A two-d a y writers workshop will be held in Lethbrldge Sept 29 and 30, at Sven Ericksons from 9 to 5 p.m. The workshop is sponsored by (he Canadian Authors Associa lion, under the auspices of th provincial department of eul ture, youth and recreation. The workshop should provid an invaluable opportunity fo anyone who has ambitions writing articles, stories or ever better letters. More information can be ob taincd by contacting Mrs. Eva Brewster at Coutts. STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 First Chianina auction to be held in Lethbridge The first organized sale in. orth America of Italian Chia- mna blood lines will be held at erlich Bros. Auction, Sept. 18. Sponsored by the Canadian Manilla Association, the sale ill feature 12 half-blood Chia- iina heifer calves six to eight onths old. Nine of these anl- als will be first-born calves in orth America and the other iroe first-born calves in Can- da. Also offered will be 50 cow- alf pairs with half blood Chia- THE SPORT OF STUDENTS If horse ra is the sport of kings, Ihen shopping cart racing must be tha sport of students. This te am of Ron Jones and Jackie Porter man aged to bring home the bacon In the competition during tho Lellibridge Community College fresh Week activities. City Hall expansion tabled Tlie subject of office space for city hall has jeen tabled for 30 days by city Council. Aid. Cam Barnes said lie wanted the matter held over so t could be considered with the ;973 budget. A letter to 'council from thi city manager put the city's additional office space needs a square feet within th' next 10 years. Administrative recommend a ions include the purchase o rental of a trailer to set up nea ie community services bdld ing to temporarily mee that department-, requirements Council has also been askec to look-at possible expansion o city hall to provide for more o fice space and a new counc chamber. When the matter comes u again, soma consideration wi be given to the future use the existing library buildings. na heifers and bull calves at de. Four hundred cows and iifers, bred to Cliianina bulls, ill also be sold. A special attraction for the _ile will be a half blood heitcr red by the famous Italian bull iacetto. The Italian White Cat- e Breeders of North American td. donated the animals to the ale to assist the newly-formed anadian Cliianina Association, Tim B r e w i n of Purple jrings, chairman of the plaii- ng committee for the sale, aid consignments have been c c e i v e d from British Co- imbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba and interest in IB sale has been expressed by 11 major cattle centres hroughout North America. He said all the animals in the ale have been hand picked to >ass on the qualities of the Ital- an breed, claimed to be the argcst breed of cattle in the vorld. i "We expect these animals to out-perform and all olhcr said Mr. Brewin. Don Berg of Brooks, vice- president of the Cliianina asso- ciation, said the Chianina don't 'alien as much as other breeds. 'With-the trend toward more ean beef, these animals should it into the livestock picture extremely he said. As part of a "Chianina week- the founding convention for the Canadian Chianina Association will be held. A registration fee will allow all interested people to attend a lour and the founding conven- tion. All those Interested persons are fo gather at the El Rancho Motor Hotel at 1 p.m. Sunday. The tour will take in Southern Sires Ltd., south of Lethbridge, and tho Lethbiidge Research Station, where various imported breeds will be viewed. 'Self-realization' lecture on tonight Understanding your "psychic experiences" and "bfe after death" is the topic of n lecture to be presented tonight by Mrs. Baba Key, a well-known teach- er and lecturer in the field of 'self-realization." Mrs. Key is currently on a tour of the United States and Canada. She is a field repre- sentative of the Inner Peace Movement, a non-profit educa- tional program which has established community classes hi self-realization in more than 800 cities across the U.S. and Canada. A three-hour workshop will be Ireld Thursday at 8 p.m. in which participants will work with "proven techniques" to further understand the laws of ESP and psycliic communica- tion. The Iw-p-night Introductory program will cover sucii topics as the meaning of dreams, psychic awareness, overcoming fear, nervousness and depres- sion, and life after death. Both meetings begin at 8 p.m. in the El Rancho Motor Hotel. There is a charge for both. MEN'S WEAR OPEN TILL THURSDAY and FRIDAY NIGHTS FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE! starts THURSDAY, SEPT. 14 MEN'S SLACKS A Top Notch SeleclionI GROUP 1 Wools in plain, checks or sft to VI II ON SALE AT GROUP 2 and Wooll. Values 1o ON SALE AT From our quality stock by Canada's lead- ing clothing manufacturers. GROUP 1 REGULAR TO SWEATERS A FANTASTIC SELECTION OF PULLOVERS AND CARDIGANS JACKETS COTTON CASUAL SLACKS no alterations) VEST SUITS KELTS HATS A GOOD SELECTION OF TIES TAKE YOUK PICK MANY, MANY UNADVERTISED SPECIALS! ALTERATIONS EXTRA! ALL SALES CASH and FINAL! DOWNTOWN ON FIFTH STREET SOUTH ;