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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Local SAIT students graduate Nino LethbrLdge students vere among 12 from southern Alberta to receive diplomas during 1972 graduation cere- monies at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology today. Lcthbridge students were: Darrcll Green, Douglas Vos- burgh, Kurt Mitchell, Alvin Adachi, William Kerr, Gregory Puller, Terrance Stuckert, James Clark and Beverly Duval. Kayleen Alh-edi from Card- ston, William Heaven from Ma- grath and Douglas Osaka from Picture Bulle also received diplomas. Youth was says Judge Elford Gilbert Don Maggs of Leth- bridge was lucky he was only' charged mill possession of marijuana at least Provin- cial Judgo A. H. Elford thought he was, as he fined the man for having eight ounces of mari- juana. Maggs pleaded guilty to a charge of illegal possession of marijuana Friday after he told the court lie had appeared twice in the past and been in- structed by Judge L. W. Hud- son to await a certificate of analysis before making a pica. Five local veterans to attend meet Five city war veterans of the 702 Whig, RCAK Association will attend the 22nd annual con- vention of the HCAF Associa- tion in Ottawa, Sept. 27 to 30. They are L. E. Larcombe George Cowan, Bernie Jordan, Mickey Porter and Glen Bask- ell. An end to aid and air ser- vices to countries providing sanctuary to aerial hijackers Is one of the more than 20 rcsolu lions to ba placed before 500 delegates attending. Formed after the Second World War, the RCAP Association concerns it self with the maintenance o Canadian airpower and suppor of the Canadian aircraft indus try. Tennaiit on UC executive Ralph C. Tcnnant of 518 151 St. S. was elected recently t the executive of tlie genera council of United Churches i Canada. Mr, Tcnnant was elected a R meeting of 450 members the general council held in Aug ust at the University of Saska chewan in Saskatoon. 'J Ho Is one of two who wi represent the Alberta confer ence at meetings held fou times annually in Toronto. The other is Rev. Peter Ream of Fort Saskatchewan, nea of Edmonton. Both will serv on the executive for a pcrio of four years, as two of approx Inalely 50 members. The job of the executive is carry on church business, whic Includes making clergy appoin jnents, approving budgets, di cussing church policies, a n tarrying out instructions of th church. The official moderator of tl United Church of Canada, elec cd for a one-year term, is Re Dr. Bruce MacLeod of Toront IT'S OFFICIALLY OPEN The University of Lethbriclge campus was officially open- ed by Premier Peter Lougheed at a.m. loday, in'part of ihe three days of open- ing celebrations. The university, created by an act of the legislature as of July 1, 1967, until last year shared space on the Lelhbridge Community College campus. This picture, taken from Ihe covered walkway connecting the academic building and physical edu- cation and art building, shows the west side of the academic building ot ils north end. Groenen Pholo Saturday, Stpltmbtr 23, 1972 THC LETHMIOCi HRALD 19 City Jaycees hold orientation evening CABBAGE DESCENDANTS Broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kale and kohlrabi are all descendants of the wild cab- bage of Europe. A special orientation night membership ddve for the Leth- bridgo Junior Chamber of Com- merce received a warm recep- tion Thursday with five pros- pective members attending. The meeting was opened by Cleve Hill, a resource senator for the junior group. He told the persons present of the his- tory of the Lethbridge Jaycees, including: of tire tourist, and convention bureau. of the performing artists series for the Yates Memorial Centre. of cairns recogniz- ing the CP Rail high level bridge and the site of Fort Vvhoop-Up. of venereal dis- ease education campaigns in the city during the years of the in- famous Red Light District. of the first home and school groups. Dan LcDene, past president of the local group, explained the executive structure of the Jaycee movement in the world. He stressed that members are the key to the operation o{ all clubs in the world, parti- cipating in 80 countries. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 low.r floor 517 4th Avt. I. Phont 327-1541 FIRST CLASS STEAM ENGINEER Is required Tn our IPG extraction plant at Empress, 60 norJheait of Medicine Hat, Alberta. The successful applicant should have, or be abfe to obtain an Alberta First Ctasi STeam Engineers Ticket. Preference wifl be given to those wilh maintenance experience in the ofl and gas Industry. Company housing provided as well as an parting lalary and an excellent benefit program. reply in strictest confidence to: Mr. L. P. Carroll, Employee Relations Department PACIFIC PETROLEUMS LTD. P.O. BOX 6666 CALGARY 2, ALBERTA 'I can't keep coming to court, y job is already in jeopardy, to plead guilty to the he told Judge Elkford. Judge Elford allowed the an to waive Uie certificate of jialysis and enter a guilty plea. Following his plea, Maggs Id the court the eight ounces marijuana had been meant ir distribution (not sale) mong six other persons. He so told the court it had been eshly picked locally, the night efore the arrest occurred. Judge Eiford said he had set he high fine because the man ad had so much of the mari- uana and warned him that vcn when giving marijuana to nother person he could be uilty of trafficking. r t Building permits Issued Three building permits were ssued Wednesday for additions o existing businesses and for construction of an office build- ng foundation. Kenwood Engineering Con- struction LW. look out a 000 permit to build a found a- .ion for a new one storey of- !ice building at 81G 4th Ave. S. Dorigatti Construction was issued a permit to build addition lo the Golden Bridge Restaurant at 1517 Mayor Magrath Drive. The Park Plaza will be reno- vated by Pahulje Land and Development Co. Ltd. to in- clufe false balconies and a re- modelled driveway canopy. A permit was issued for the renovations. Historic film 011 again at museum Remnants of the Whoop-Up Trail, a film directed by Carly Stewart for the Whoop-Up Country Chapter of the Histor- ical Society of Alberta, be shown again Oct. I. The film is approximately 18 minules in length, in color and with an optical sound track. The cost of producing the film was and about hours. The film took Mr. Stewart more than a year to complete, and covers the trail from Fort Whoop-Up to Fort Benlon, Mont. The new showings are sched- uled for and 4 p.m. in the Alexander Gait Museum. Addi- tional showings will be consid- ered as the audience dictates. Theia is no charge for the film, but the nominal door fee to the museum will be in effect. 5 main-bearing overhead cam engine 4-speed, all synchromesh transmission Self-energizing front disc brakes Fully reclining bucket seats Electric rear window defroster and warning light control tires Deluxe stainless iteel wheel covers Pleated vinyl upholstery 2-speed electric windshield wipers Electric windshield washers Non-glare dash Stainless steel rocker panel moulding Safety collapsible steering column Glove compartment Adjustable front headrests AND HERE ARE SOME fc' OF THE REASONS WHY I I 11 11! f 11 60 battery Safety dual circuit braking system 600-warr alternator Wraparound bumpers Retractable rear seatbelts Fully Independent rear suspension 13.1 cu.bk fool trunk Easily removable vinyl trunk mat Twin safety padded visors filled double action shock absorbers Wall-to-wall floor carpeting Single strut front suspension Locking fuel cap Automatic door courtesy 3-way light Dual barrel carburetor 3 2. 5- 3 3 COME IN FOR A FREE TEST DRIVE OF A WINNER WOULDN'T YOU WANT TO OWN A WINNER? Andy Russell INVITES YOU FOR AN HOUR WITH YOUR PRIME MINISTER TUESDAY, SEPT. 26 EXHIBITION PAVILION A.M. TO 10.30 A.M. BUSES DIRECUY TO EXHIBITION GROUNDS FROM THE UNIVERSITY A.M. AND A.M. DOWNTOWN FROM 4th AVE AND 6th ST. S. AT A.M. ;