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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SENIOR CITIZEN'S TOUR HAWAII CALLS Departing tAAfl (If) Jan. 6................... Per Penon Guided Touri For You To In Sumhine. For Further Information Call BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-3201 or 328-6858 "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, September 23, 1970 PAGES 17 TO 32 Jerry J_jlanet's A. E. CROSS JZtJ. Your Dealer for Nikon, Zeisi Ikon, Mamiya, Bell and Howcll, Braun and Kodak Darkroom Equipment and Supplies BROXBURN FATALITY The only occupant of this three-ton truck was killed when the vehicle rolled into the ditch a mile east of Broxburn on the Coaldale road this morning about Several telephone poles were shear- ed off in the accident. Killed was Martin Preikschas, 31, .of Coaldale. Harvest Wrap-Up Halted By Rains Mop-up harvest operations throughout southern Alberta have been halted (oday be- cause of rain and are expected to be hindered further wiHi the Snow i Expected Scattered ram shbwers are forecast for southern Alberta all day Wednesday, turning to snow late in the evening as a cold arctic high pressure sys- tem moves in. The high temperature Wednesday should be near 50 degrees, dropping to 40 over- night. Winds will be from the northwest 15 and gusty. High and low temperatures Thursday should be 45 degrees and 40 degrees respectively. COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 arrival of an arctic system lat Wednesday night. Alberta Wheat Pool agents a Caidston, Claresholm and Pin cher Creek say harvest is 9 per cent completed in the re- spective areas, with only sma amounts of flax and spring wheat remaining. Taber re- ports the harvest near 100 pe cent complete, with only ver few stragglers remaining, ant Fort Madeod reports harves about 85 per cent finished wit some durham spring whea and flax remaining. The cereal and oilseed crop yield estimates are as follows Cardston: spring wheat 3 bushels, oats 50, barley 46, flax 16, rapeseed 15. Clareshohn spring wheat 27, oats 45, barley 40 flax 26, rapeseed '26. Fort Macleod, spring whea 28, oats 45, barley 45 flax 15, rapeseed 10. Pincber Creek, spring whea 15, Oats 25, barley 30 flax eight. Taber, spring wheat 20' oats 65, barley 45, flax 14. Meanwhile Canada's crop ex- sort picture according to grain Your kind of Two New Arrivals at Camm't: "DBICATTTO" In black patent In brown Softie Cobra Wet look love the Wonderful Comfort of JOYCE SHOES They caress your feet with a delicate touch. "WHIRLAWAY" In black or brown "HUARY" In Brown Crinkle Patent Wet Look Joyce Shoes Are priced from SEE OUR NEW "CLOUD SOFT ORIGINALS" For Foil '70. Choose from the newest styles in black patent, brown, black, and Navy leathers. 'TENDER TOOTSIES" by; Lyons Heavenly foam fined loafers In Soft, Soft Glove leather. In all block, black and brown combination, and antique brown. Priced At Only........ 58 Silver and Gold Boot Ladies Sse our wide choice of HANDBAGS to match al shoes. our new fall Open Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. for your Shop- ping Convenience. Be the first to set our wide and Wonderful Se- lection of ladies' and teens' SNOW BOOTS for Fall 70! CAMM'S 403 5th Street S. (SHOES company officials has been brightened by recent reports from Australia, the Argentine and1 France, about severe drought bringing estimated yields down dramatically. Another boon to the Canadian export market of feed grains is a serious corn blight in the United States which is expect- ed to reduce the feed com crop by 50 million bushels. Spring Election Expected Socreds May Be First To Name Candidates By JOAN BOWMAN Herald Staff Writer Lelhbridge Social Creditors are expected to be the first to elect party candidates in the two city ridings for the nexi provincial election, generally expected to he called for late next spring. Stan Coxson, president of the West Lethbridge Socred as- sociation, said Tuesday candi dates will be named "within a month." Social Credit elections wil probably be run the same night for both East and West Leth- bridge. It will mark the firsl time since 1944 that presenl MLA Jack Landeryou has not run for the Social Credit nom- ination. Mr. Landeryou an- nounced earlier this month thai he did not intend to run again, after 26 years as representative in the legisla- ture. It will also be the first time candidates are named for the two new ridings, brought into existence last spring in the Al- berta legislature's move to in- crease its seats from 63 to 75. The provincial Progressive Conservatives, roth the Social Creditors, are the only two First NLC Scholarship For Lethbridge Youth Gary Eisler, 17, son of Mr and Mrs. W. A. Risler, 1106 21s St. S., has the distinction of re- ceiving the first Navy League of Canada scholarship present ed in Lethbridge. The award a 5300 is to be used for tuition to further his studies. He is cur- rently enrolled in the engineer- ing program at the University of Calgary. Gary, an honor graduate from the Lethbridge Collegiate Insti- tute is a member of the Chinook Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps where he has attained the rank of Petty Officer second class. He was previously a member of the Navy League Corps where he also served as Petty Officer. The Navy League Cadet Corps is only one of the sixteen agencies in the United Appeal. Organized in 1958, the aim of the movement is to teach citi- zenship, leadership, self disci- pline and compatibility. This lira is the purpose of training in drill, seamanship, communi- cations, gunnery and navigation, and physical education. Each youth who joins the CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 corps is issued a uniform and training manual for his use free of charge if he has shown an interest after four weeks of ba- GARY RISLER sic instruction in the aims an( objects of the movement. All cadets enter the corps with the rank of ordinary ca- det and promotion can be -BIC PEN OFFICE SPECIAL. Buy 1 dozen BIC 49c Deluxe Fine Point Pens Get 2 dozen BIC 19c Medium Point Pens FREE Regular Reail Value 10.44. C QC YOU PAY ONLY........................ 3.O( DIXON TAPERASER AND REFILL Complete. Reg. 1.15 SPECIAL Refill. Reg. l.OS....................... SPECIAL 85C THREE PART INTER-OFFICE MEMOS Box of 2.50. Regular 7.75 SPECIAL 5.95 CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13th St. N. Phone 327-4591 FREE PARKING ON OUR PAVED LOT AT THE REAR OF OUR STORE achieved to the ranks of lead- ing cadet, petty officer cadet and chief petty officer cadet. There are few restrictions on the members of the corps. They must come within the specified age limits and have a desire to im p r o v e themselves through discipline and association with otter youths, but apart from these qualifications any boy may join. Training is handled by volun- teers who are picked and screened by a civilian commit- tee which is responsible to the Navy League of Canada. Donations to the United Ap- peal assist in the support of this training ground for the citi- zens of tomorrow. Gary Risler is one to demonstrate the this organization does for the community. Bridge To Close Lethbridge 9th St. bridge will be closed for renovation work Thursday morning, weather permitting. The two-week.closure applies to both vehicles and pe- destrians, although the latter may use the crosswalk before and after working hours. Persons using the 13th St. subway as a detour are asked to approach 13th St. from the west on 3rd or 5th Ave. N. to avoid congestion on 2nd Ave. N. Persons living east of 13th St. are asked to use Mayor Ma- grath Drive. There is some construction work on 13ih St., but two lanes be kept open. parties in the city which hav named two executives for th constituencies. The Conservalives hav scheduled a number of mee ings in the nsar future an elections in Lethbridge are no expected to be held until th meetings are over, according t Dr. Herb Axford, president o Scorpions Inhabit South Says Official The information office of th Lethbridge Research S'tatio Wednesday advised that scor pions, referred to in a pictur story in Tuesday's edition o The Herald, have been foun in the coulees at Lethbridg and Medcine Hat. The story suggested a scor pion found by some Lethbridg youths had come into the are on clothing or fruit from som equatorial region. The research official said is more likely the Scorpio found, its way into the city home from the coulee area. Qty Youth Remanded In Calgary A Lethbridge youth Rodnej Wayne Hillman, 18, charge; with possession of hashish for the purpose of trafficking, re- served election and plea when lie appeared in court in Calgary Tuesday. He is to appear again on Sept. 28 at a.m. Hillman was arrested Sept 14 at Calgary International Air port after he arrived on a fligh from Vancouver. After a search of his luggage police found 19 ounces of hashish val- ued at an estimated on the illicit market. He wa released on bail. Hospital Association To Meet Here The 52nd annual convention of the Alberta Hospital Associ- ation mil be held at the Yates Centre in Lethbridge Nov. 12-13 The main emphasis of the ;wo day meeting rail be on he conduct of association busi- Resignation Donald Hagcn principal at Agnes Davidson School, has re- signed as a member of the pre- entive social services commit- ee in Lethbridge. Personal reasons were given or the r e s i g n a t o n which rings the number of commit- ee members down to five, rom the usual seven. For a RIOT Of Spring COLOR Plant Dutch BULBS NOW! Giant Daffodils, doz 0 Name Variety Tulips, doz, 1.25 Hyacinths Crocus and others. 4-l owcr Shop Marquis Hotel Bldg. Phone 327-1515 the East Lethbridge Conserva- tive association. Party leader Peter Louglieed will be in Taber Sept. 30 to speak at a conference of Jay- cees from Alberta and the Northwest Territories. Conferences have been call- ed by the Conservatives at Camrose Oct. 24, dealing with education, and at Lethbridge Oct. 31-Nov. 1, dealing with rural industrialization. A candidates' conference has been set for Dec. 5 and 6 at Banff and Dr. Axford said po- tential party candidates for the Lethbridge nomination are ex- pected to attend. Election of Conservative can- didates will probably occur af- ter this meeting, early in the New Year. The Lethbridge New Demo- cratic Party continues one executive lor both ridings. A general annual meeting is ex- pected to be called soon by ex- Report Made For Police Conciliation A conciliation report on the 1970 contract dispute between the Lethbridge Police Associa- tion and the Lethbridge Police Commission has been received from J. B. Adams, provincially- appointed conciliation officer. It will be looked at by both sides. In order for it to form die basis of a wage settlement for the policeman it must be acceptable to both the associa- tion and the police commission. The association, with 51 members, is the only city group with no 1970 contract. ecutive president Dr. Ted Or- chard. Dr. Orchard, who suggested he will not run again for the presidency, said "there is a good chance we'll elect candi- dates before Christmas." The NDP is expected to re- tain one executive for both con- stituencies. The Liberals mean while have no immediate plans for nomination meetings. Both Social Credit and Pro- gressive Conservative parties are expected to name candi- dates for all 75 ridings, with the New Democratic Party try- ing to come as close to a full slate as possible. The Liberals remain a ques- tion mark since they are the only provincial party without a leader. Former leader Jack Lowery resigned last spring. Indications are no one else is eager for the job. CADET NEWS Lethbridge air cadets, No. 11 squadron, will parade tonight at at the 20th battery bead, quarters at Kenyon Field. Boys 13 years or older Sept. 1 are invited to turn out and join. NLCC No. 50 Parade: Fall in tonight 1850 hours; divisions, 1900; evenin? quarters, 2045; Liberty boats, 2100. DO Padre Field, D-u t y Chief PO C. Giessmann, Duty Quartermaster IrC Jamieson, D., Quartermaster's runner 0-C Campbell Cap- tain's runner Vidmar. Training: first period, power of command; second period review of seamanship; drill fall in, numbers, dress. Lt. V. K. Lees, CO CANADIAN FURRIERS Be sure to attend ths '71 Fashions In Fords and Furs Tonight, Sept. 23rd at p.m. Yates Memorial Centre Tickets Available at the Door We ore pleased to advise that the manufacturers have authorized a 20% DISCOUNT On all Courtly FUR FASHIONS which were flown in for this occasion This Special Event is for 3 DAYS ONLY Thursday, Friday and Saturday Choose your new fur from this outstanding collection which includes CANADIAN MINK PERSIAN LAMB MUSKRAT i> FOXES LYNX PLUS MANY OTHER FASHION FURS CANADIAN FURRIERS Paramount Theatre Building Phone 327-4348 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Tltl 9 P.M. EVERYDAY MORE AND MORE PEOPLE FIND FLEMING'S THE PLACE TO BUY! "HIGH DISCOUNTS All '70 MODELS' ;