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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASH! New and reduced student fares now available maximum ago 25 For further information contact ART WIUIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILIAGE MALI PHONE 328-3201 SECOND SECTION LcUibridge, Alberta, Salvintiiy, April 8, 1972 PAGES 13 TO NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BtDG. 740 41h AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Ask oboul Fhotogray Tro Icr.s !ha! tt 'jnfjr-i Home-care plan to be considered The provincial government will "seriously consider" the in- troduction of home-care and other supporting programs to cut down the rising cost of the public health service delivery system. Ttiis assurance was given by Neil Crawford, minister of health and social development, in a letter to The Herald re- ceived Friday. Mr. Crawford was asked to comment on two recent Herald articles, one on the home-care program, and another on the lack of co-ordination among lo- cal hospitals. The government is very con- cerned over the rapidly esca- lating cost in the health care sector, rising at more than 10 per cent a year, the minister said. "Our approach is to explore alternate methods of health care delivery and to operate the system as effectively os he said. Mr. Crawford's letler wenl on: "The Alberta Hospital Ser- vices Commission has been ac- tive in your region and has rec- ommended, and assisted the lo- City lockout raised in House The Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Alberta la- bor and manpower department officials have been in touch with both sides in the lockout at Catelli Ltd., Lcthbridge, (lie minister of the department, Bert Hohol told the legislature Friday. Dr. Hohol, replying to a ques- tion from John Anderson Lcthbridge said the company Is reassessing its po- sition. "We will know shortly what the company position will Baid the minister. Calelli locked out members of the Canadian Food and Allied Workers union Tuesday after the union rejected a con- ciliation recommendation and voted to strike. Both sides in the dispute have followed terms of the La- bor Act, said the minister, and the government will not .step in unless asked. MOVING? cal boards to amalgamate to promote decision making for various levels of care under one board. It has also encour- aged the hospital boards in the region to rationalize laundry and linen services and labora- tory services. "The commission. In co- operation with (he department, is preparing recommendations to government regarding the development of home care pro- grams, and integrated health centres. If it can be proven thai these newer forms of health care delivery are cost-cffcctue you may be assured that we will seriously consider Ihc in- troduction of the new methods. "We are aware of the Belle- ville, Ontario hostel project This type of centre has been tinder review for some time by all provinces and a research project was funded federally The application of Ibis type of service is under active consid eralion and forms parl of our Provincial Health Care Study. The minister said he agrees "in principle" with the Alberli Chamber of Commerce policy on health services: "That out- pa t i e n t s day hospital care, night hospital care, plus home care programs should, for the sake of efficiency and eco- nomy, be developed anJ pro- moted throughout the prov- ince." spectators attend Native Winter Games By HAUCENEDER Herald Slaft Writer Western Canada's version of the Arctic Winter Games were officially kicked off on the Blood Indian Reserve in south- ern Alberta, Friday. About 500 Indian athletes from Alberta, British Colum- bia, Manitoba and Saskatch- j ewan will partake in tlie tlvree- dav W'estcirl Canada Native Winter Games. Some spectators took in opening ceremonies at the Kai- nai Sports Centre in Standoff. Team captains from the va- rious participating provinces carried provincial flags and banners into the sports centre to the tune of Indians in [nil regalia chanting victory and welcome songs in the Blackfoot language. The games are sponsored by the Indian Spoils Olympic As- sociation of Alberta, a break- away group from the Indian Association of Alberta, which was until recently head- I cd by controversial Indian I tor Bumfs IwmnrcL In Lclh- leader i Harold Cardinal. i bridge Thursday. Although continent-wide in-i orpunizcrs hope lo tercst surrounds the games, make (lie v.mtcT panics an nn- i with native o r f. a n i r. aiions mini event with the sanies 1'- throughoul the United States calirai changing oath time they S and as far as Mexico request- j occur. ing information, they have en- j Indian atliletcs from Ihe par- counlcral finnncial difficulty tlcipLitimi province.; reminded since their inception hist fall. provincial baskellKi.l, hotkey Oripinallv, federal support i and liuxing prior to bad been' verbally promised pa: tiripatinc in Ihf names, from (lie dc-partmc'irt of health lio'.li men's awl women's and welfare, IXSI'OI, says, but basketball teams will bo vyins; none was provided fur gold nmU-ls in thai event. However, throunlt carelully: At the I'uiK'lusion of the budgeting and small donations games, point totals for w-ms from many national and inter-' ami losses will be calculated nationalcorp o r a t i o n s. the lor each province with tho panics will be conducted at an p r o v i n c e having the most r'nticipatcd SB.009 deficit which points winiing the aggregate 1XSPOI, will underwrite. point trophy. The games have been ac- Alberta and Ji.C. have the, claimed by politicians and j largest contingents of athletes sports stars as a major con-j on hand with 160 and 1-il, re- JUST A PRACTICE SESSION Jay Matheson, 8, a Grade 3 student at General Stewart School, practises his fishing technique on the banks of a mud hole at 34th St. and 6th Ave. S. sinco his excursions to Henderson Lake this year haven't borne fruit fish, that is. -Ric Swihart pholo Speakoff winners selected Janet Russell of the McNally Tailor Tack 4-H Clothing Club copped top honors at the Leth- bridge and District 4-H public speaking competition at the Lethbridge Community College Friday. Debbie Tines sen of the Milk Tliver Beef Club took second place with Carol Boras of the Lethbridge-Northern Beef Club third. Donna Pavan of the Lcthbridge Foothills Light, Horse Club placed fourth. There .were 14 competitors from 14 clubs. Judges for the speaking com- petition were Bowns, Mrs. Alvin Clark and Doug Walker. Friday night's top two win- ners will be competing in the southwest regional finals in Lelhbridge April 15. The south- west district also includes Wil- low Creek, Pincher Creek, Cardston and Vulcan. The Lethbridge winners will be competing against winners from these areas. The south- west regional finals will be held at the Lethbridge Commu- nity College at 8 p.m. The southeast district (Ta- ber, County of 40-Mile, Med- icine Hat, Brooks) speaking competition will be held in Brooks, April 14. Winners from the southeast and southwest regional finals will compete at the senior 4-11 southern Alberta public speak- ing finals in Calgary April 20. Junior members in southern Alberta will hold a speaking competition In April 20. Tighten enrolment reins The Alberta School Trustees' Association plans to seek a meeting with Education Min- ister Lou Hyndman to press for Immediate action on "the problem" of foreign students enrolling m high schools in this province. "Foreign students arc enter- ing Canada in ever increas- ing numbers and many a r o using the schools of Alberta and other provinces as a back door to said Haralri Gunderson, ASTA presi- dent, in a press release. Mr. Gunderson said school boards will be advised about the problem and will be asked that they not enrol foreign stu- dents unless they have landed immigrant status, have a good command of the English lan- guage and can pay non-resi- dent fees of a year. "The ASTA does not want to be tagged with a discrimina- tion said Mr. Gunder- son. "But Alberians should bo made aware that it costs al- most a year to educate a high school student, and I don't see any reason why the- taxpayers of this country should bear the costs of educating an- other country's students." The release said 221 Chinese students enrolled in A 1 h e r t a schools last year. Mr. Gunderson said Alberta schools are being deluged with letters of application from for- eign studenls, mostly from Hong Kong, asking for permis- sion lo register in different high schools. "If the principal, for humane or other reasons, writes a let- ter of permission to a student, then the student presents tho letter to the Canadian immi- gration office and requests a student visa which the immi- gration office cannot refuse. "The student then turns up In Canada and either attends Ihe school applied to or turns up AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES Chinese students seek city schooling CLIFF BIACK, Certified Dentnl Mochanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLUG. PHONE 327-2822 ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS quality material ot low, low pricel HOUSE OF FINE ART 409-5 SI. South Phone 328-1314 3rd door norlh of Greyhound Bui Depot Slore Tues., Wed. and Sat. 9 a.m. 10 p.m. Thuri and Fri 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Ken Saner, principal of Leth- bridge Collegiate Institute, said he receives about two let- ters a week from high school students in Kong Kong asking about attending LCI. And, he said, he lias also been contacted by an "educa- tional brokerage firm" in Hong King offering to recruit stu- dents for a head. "I received a letter from this firm last fall asking if they could be my agent. I just laughed at it." Mr. Saucr said when he re- ceives a letter from a Chinese student wanting to come to Reunion tonight The 20th Anti-Tank nailery Association is holding a re- u n i o n in the Normandy Lounge of the General Stewart branch, lioyal Canadian Le- gion, at tonight. ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANERS C and A Sheet Metal 1709 2 Ave. S. Ph. 328-5973 Canada, he sends them en- trance requirement and other information, hut doesn't send letters of acceptance. He said (here are three Chin- ese students at LCI at the pres- ent time. "This is their second year here and as far as I know, they came to Canada on the he said. There are also three Chinese students at Winston Churchill High School, said principal Wayne Terriff. "Two of (hem moved bore with their families hut I don't know about the third one. I! think she came here under the .same circumstances." j I Air. Terriff .said he has not I received any letters from stu- I dents in China and has not; hecn contacted by the so-callerf "educational brokerage firms." CMHA meeting The Canadian Mental Health Association, southern Alberta t branch, will liokl n board meet- ing at the Lethbridge Munic- ipal Hospital nurses' residence Monday at 7 p.m. on the doorstep of any school, asking for admission." Mr. Gundcrson said he spoka to one high school principa who Iiad been contacted by an "educational brokerage firm' In Hong Kong, asking the prin cipal to name the firm as his agent for the recruitment of Chinese students for which the principal would pay so much cash on the barrel for each stu- dent delivered to the school. "t think the whole situation needs a complete airing from top to he said. Mr. Gimderson said the situ- ation has been brought to the attention of the Canadian School Trustees' Association and he expects it will be dealt with in its entirety at the asso- ciation's national convention in Edmonton May. 28-30, Until the problem is resolved, all school principals in Alberta should be instructed not to write to students not already in the country, granting them permission to register, he said. Another alternative suggested by Mr. Gunderson is for Cana- dian educators to make an in- dustry of the schools as far as foreign students are concerned. "There are spaces available, and maybe we should say to these countries: Sure, we will educate your young people, but for a price the same price that Canadian taxpayers have to pay for educating their own he said. City seeks safety officer The application deadline for the position of city safety olfi- cer has been extended until May 11. Hay assistant to the city manager, said the extension period resulted from an oversight by the city when the position was not publicly ad- vertised. The availability of the job was announced March 16 when the current safety officer, Bill Falconer, tendered his resigna- tion and indicated his plans to become a forest ranger at the West Castle ranger station near Pincher Creek. Announcement of the replace- ment for Mr. Falconer is not expected for at least two weeks, Mr. MacPherson said. "Several oilier persons at city hall have had training in safety and will be able to fill in until a replacement is he said. "Safety is a 24-hours-a-d a y job in a corporation the sire of the city of Lethbridge. In con- sidering applications we are looking for persons with exper- ience in many fields." Necessary- background f o r the job should include a know- ledge of electricity, mechanics, driving, workmen's compen- sation regulations and the abil- ity to get along with people, tributor towards the develop ment of Indian athletes; break- ing down the communication barriers which exist among In- dians themselves; and the fore- runner to a North and South American all-Indian type of Olympic event. Edmonton Alderman Dave Ward said, "the games will do I more for Indians than all the political haranging that has I occurred In the past 50 years." They could become a symbol I of advancement for the socially deprived peoples of the world, he said. Former world light-heavy- weight boxing champion Ar- chie Moore joined former Na- spectivcly, followed by Sas- katchewan and Manitoba with 103 and participants. Server, water okay Tin- Herald Legislature llureau EDMONTON The Alberta department of the environment approved M.3 million worth o( sewage anil water systems dur- ing February, The work included a treated water storage facility tional Basketball Association at coaldalo. a sanitary Boston Celtic player and coach 5CVi er at Lethbridge and sew- strong, of the National Hockey League's Toronto Maple Leafs, in predicling that the games will expand to an inter-con- tinent all-Indian event. All three attended a pro-win- fine for silence Speed shop to open in city Trojan Automotive Ltd. will i age treatment facilities at Mag- rath. The standards and approvals division of ths environment de- partment must approve plans before construction starts on "any plant, structure or thing" which may cause pollution. Approval was granted for n wigwam burner at Slave Lake. The approval states that the lumber company must set up and maintain (InstfaU stations and report monthly on amount of pollution. The largest approval for wa- ter and sewage construction was to the city of Edmonton. The division also approved 13th St. S. April 15. The shop will be the only one of its kind in the city, accord- ing to the owner, John Geun- ther. The speed shop, managed by Dave Hay, will handle Cyclone headers, Offenhauser clutches, Weber manifolds, Mallory dis- tributors, Hurst shifters, Ansen mag rims and an entire line of pacer equipment for Volks- wagens. Trojan Automofives has had a shop in operation in Calgary for (he past five years. Tlie local branch will have, a SlO.ftOO inventory including equipment for street and track machines, Mr. Geimther j said. I and Medicine Hat. barter's FORD SALES and SERVICE FO8O DEALERS- FOR OVER YEARS Dispose-All finishes next week The City of Lcthbridge will he a public tender for refuse disposal services at, tho sniiUnry Kind fill, a pity ongtn- eerini; department spokesman .sjiitt Friday. i He present one-year j contract Dispose-All Srr- j vicc.s Ltd., headquartered in f aljrary, bo terminated April 15 and the conlracl. will mil. ho renewed, "Their services have not been found 'o he he said. The city paid R month to Dispose-All. "The sanitary landfill will ho !n operation after April 15 and before a new contract is the spokesman said. "The date for calling the ten- der hns not heen determined." Uefore contracting Oisposc- Alf, the city operator! (he. snni-; tary landfill. A spokesman for Dispose-All said its commercial and indus- trial refuse pick-up services will continue as usual. Dwayne Hoof of Lethbritlge was fined assessed ID court costs and had his Alberta driver's licence suspended for two months when he pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to notify the owner of a parked car of damage. As an alternative to (he fine he was sentenced to 30 days in jail. Court was told Hoof was cur- rently serving a 30 day sen- tence at the Ivcthbrirtgo Correc- tional Institution for breaking nnd entering. HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlion Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phono 328-3383 HOUSEWARES CLEARANCE! 0 WAU THERMOMETERS By Springfield. Dark walnut and brasl. 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