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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta T-LASH! Now and reduced student fares now available maximum auo 25 For further information contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIHACE MAIL PHONE 328-3201 c Herald Altjcvlii. .Monday, April 10, PAGES 13 TO 24 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 10) PROFESSIONAL BIDG. 740 41h AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA about Pliotogray IhtJ Icni ihul changes wi' lighl. Collection of garbage is city council s lUCHAKI) Herald Stuff Writer Tenders may he called in the near future for a private firm Lo over garbage collection in the city. Two proposals are altnclii.'tl lo the agenda lor cily coun- cil's consideration loniglH and if (he terms are acci'pl-aHc, bids will he sought lor gai ;c collection as as op- eration of the sanitary landfill. Consideration lias been given to (lie cily employees involved in garbage collection. Jobs v.ill be available in .sonic other cily operation of employees arc iui- to miike arrangements with the linn which lakes over the garbage collcrUon job. Provision has also been made in the proposal for Ihe firm to lease the city-owned garbage trucks. H is not a mandatory condition lor the successful bidder, however. Before (lie meeting, council will h o 1 d a closed session to fur liter consider West Lclh- bridge development. Several closed meetings have been held since two Calgary developers submitted proposals nt (lie ond of February. No de- tails are available. Mnyor Andy Anderson Uiis morning no decision v.ill j be made tonight as lo wlik-li 1 il.H-elopcr will go into WeM I Lellinridgc. Wiien n decision is readied, either Cnrnia Developers or II u i 1 d i n i; s HaiA J Ltd. will hntiiii (in ;i major subdivision of the fruity of Ix-thln idue, Benjamin Martin dies at am indications. that city may establish a crov-n (orporation to nn f lor take (level- ojimeiil on ius nv.n bv provid- iiig sei vicing ami by Celling the Mayor Amlnson further roearrh is l.-t-for e any action is laken will aNu a of reeuminc-rxi.il inns to be srnt lo the MLA forc-j pimiiicin] immu-ipal The suirly Lcmluclixl by a s Lib-coin miUct1 nf ccnustil urA iour city adminisirator.s. Tin? submission thesis the prnvjiice lake over Ihe entire, of ntUiailion, hospitals and Ijill'iill V.'l'I'iV, 0. n c> t h e r rcconimenr.atirm Mils for a .subMun'ial m vehicle iciest ration toos IL> help offFL-l the rising veliicular traffie-rcbted costs v.liicb arc mnv lionui tlirccUy by the tax- payers. Ilic report also recommends home owner grants lie elimin- ated except, for qualified pcn- siOlK'J.S. nn the agenda Iv ALBERTA BALLET Mombers of Ihe Alberla Ballet Company perform- ed before an audience of 400 in the Yates Memorial Centre Sunday, under rhe auspices of Ihe Allied Arts Council. The group, in its fourth profession- al season, performed Carnival of the Animals by the Saint-Saens Pas de Deux from The Nulcracker by and Coppolia by Delibcs Faulds Photo Alberta is alcohol-rich, treatment-poor By GREG MclNTYKE ilcralil SlaTf Writer Alberta made more per capita on liquor sales lasL year Hum any other prov- ince in CarMa, government fipnres reveal, Ycl province sjK-nt a comparatively modest nmount on ils official program to com- bat alcoholism. Alberta took in SJi.40 per capita on net Rales of alcoliolic beverages, but spent only 73 cents on ils flm'enimcnl pro- gram to tight problems cre- ated by those sates, By c o m p a r i s o n. Ontario made S2I.72 per capita on li- quor sales yet spent 51.79 on il.s alcoholism and drug pro- gram. On balance, Alberta is not spending as much as most otli- cr provinces to fighl Ibe na- tion's number one drug prob- lem. Dill Wacko, director of the Alberta Alcoholism tfitl Drug Abuse Commission said in an jluro, particularily on drug rc-> Oti the surlaco, it appears Al- is lo provide advise and infov- search and on facilities lo i more per capita Per capita spending on gov- interview that province iplcle for only seven of Ihc 10 provinces. Fig- ures were not immediately available [or New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island or New- foundland. Among 1 he .seven provinces counVed, Alberta ranked behind Ontario, British Columbia, Sas- katchewan and Quebec but ahead of Maniloba and Nova Scolia in proportion of liquor ernment-sponsored alcohol and drug programs, in order was: Ontario Brilish Columbia M cents, Alberla 73 cents, Sas- katchewan 72 cents, Quebec 6G cents, Manitoba 57 cents jinrt Nova Scotia 19 cents. The budget for the Alcoholism and Drug A h u s c sales pumper! hack into eminent programs lo drug abuse alcoholism I the ebief. Mr. Icvmed the fig- ures a rough comparison be- cause they only measure the money spent on. official govern- ment drug programs. The extent (o whieli al- coholism is fought through gov- ernment agencies as distinct from private from province to province, said Ah-. Wacko. NTet provincial per capita In- come made from liquor sales, in order of size, ivas: Alberta 834.40, Nova Scotia Mnn- Saskatclicwnn that started April 1 is SI.55 mil- lion. Of this, more than mil- lion goes to pay salaries for 127 staff. The commission's major role mation on drugs lo doctors, nurses, social workers, church- men and others involverl di- rectly with preventing drug abuse and rehabilitation the addicted. For instance, there is a ninn- month wailing list of people wanting lo take a drug abuse rehabilitation at Hemvood, i a 61-bed rehabilitation hospital1 northeast of Edmonton. Mr. Wacko said the commis- sion is helping to train native counsellors who deal the alcoholism problem on Indian reserves m Alberla. The budget also includes a large increase from last year for grants to projects such as drug infbnna- prcvcntion and program offered lion centres, church-sponsored programs and (lie proposed half-way house lo rehabilitate alcoholics at Ix-lhbridgc. Mr. Wacko admits that Dob Rubbnrd, the only alcoholism counsellor in the province sta- tioned soulh of Calgary, is so busy administering to inmates at Lethbridge Correctional In- stitute, with drinking problems (hat he doesn't have time for p r e v c n live educational pro grams. Air. Ilubbard will likely soon get nn assistant lo conduct dnig education programs, or help from an expanded Cal- gary office, he said. Most of the programs and clinics sponsored by the com- mission operate out o[ Calgary or Edmonton. Churches changing ministers Two United churches in the oily are undergoing a change of ministers. A replacement for Florence i 1 k i n s o n o! Southminster United Church ivih Iicgin his t enn July 1. Rev. Wilki nson has he.pn acting as an interim minister since Jan, 1. Her re- placement will he Rev. Blake Anderson, who is currently pur- suing graduate studies in Rich- mond, Virginia, Ucv. Ted Eskdale left Leih- bridgc after a five-year term at First United Church Iwo weeks ago for Fruit vale, B.C., where he will lake a posilion as coun- sellor and part of a ministry team in and around Trail. His replacement has not yel been announced. Benjamin B. Martin, co founder of iMarlin Brothers Fu- neral Chapels Ltd. with his brother, the late G. I terry Mar- tin, pasprl away In the city Sunday morning following a lengthy illness, Mr. Martin, 0V, starlet! work] in the funeral business in Lclli-] "V letter from Ihe chief of bridge in Hie spring of iflll. He. lo pl-ovillciiii had emigrated to Saskatch-. _s dL-parlmciU ask- cwan with his family in IWI. fevicw of rhc gitlia. Born m Leiche.si.cr, England j in 18il4, he was acclaimed as one ol ihc most, active men in j Catelli lockout continues the music field in Lctlibridgc for the past Go years. lie active; in urgamxing the first Lclhbridge Music Frs- tivnl in 1915. He wasn't able to aUcnd, as lie joined the fann- diaii armv, :rvinp overseas with (he filst Battery. Ho sewed as president of the Lethbridge Choral Club for many years. I Mr. Martin predeceased I liy his first wife, ttio former Man- Elizabeth Atlnms. include his second wife, Annie1; and three SOILS Derek H., Lester R. and Dale A., all of the city. There are 10 grandchildren and one great grandson. The late Mr. Martin began his career in the funeral busi- ness with the T. S Ketterly firm and following his army service rejoined the firm. This business was purchased in 1922. The senior Martin brothers retired from active work in lEHil, turning the hu.sincs over lo Derek ond Dale Martin. Funeral services for Mr. Martin will field in South- minister United Ckmrcli at 3 p.m. Wednesday, with Rev. Dr. R. K. Elliolt officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot in the Mountain View Cemetery. tion here reunrding that de- partment's use of local court facilities and the costs in- volved; report on motorized rec- reational vehicles which was previously sent lo the commu- nity advisory commit- tee and has been returned for council consider a tion. Tlit? meeting will begin at fi o'clock in rouncil chambers and is open lo the public. CLIFF BLACK, Cerlified Denial Leva MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG, PHONE .127-2822 nts issue under official discussion The issue of foreign students in AlherUv schools to be discussed during a meet- ing behvccn Kducation MinisLcr Lou Hynrtmaii nnit Harald sli Columbia I flunderson, president of the Al- j Mr. Hyndman said the gov- rt.. Trnstec's Associa- eminent has no intention of lion lixiay in Edmonton. Prior to the meeting, Mr. 61 1 Ilym'man lokl The Herald that j RttCHCl "I am nat (no concerned with i the situation. The information that is available doesn't sug- COllC'CTi any real problem." Mr. Clunderson earlier ex-j More than 325 pscplc aUcntl- concern lhat Albprla cd tho concert given .Sunday by hp.tl lo toot Uic stvulenls of the Umlsd Conser- sprinkling of foreign students is] passing new legislation lo deal nn and I also Uiiuk l the situation, liave a responsibility to carry j "We arc trying to seek out out our obligation to underdo- information concerning the voloped ccmnlncs." problem but I don't anticipale any dinngcs on the basis of j.s He said ils a three-way issue also involving tlift immigration department, and "I gather they may be reviewing visa require- ments." Mr. Ilyndman added I hat srhool boards should remember they have no obligation (o enrol outside sludcnls. The work lockout at (lie Lcllilji'idgc Catelli planl, alloct- ing 58 employees, cnlers its second week Tuesday will] no sigi. ol an end. r Neither Calelli nor Uie Cana- dian Food and Allied Workers local 1115, have con- j dueled any negotialions for I more than one month, i The union, which ro- ccnlly rejected a conciliation j board offer acceplcd hy Catel- li, insists tho company must make Ihe first move towards further lalks. The company maintains a similar attitude about the union. The company lockout result- ed after employees volcrt to strike for better pay and a cosl of living clause. No strike dale sol at Ilic time oC the lock- Not same man Turcotte is Imtory speaker Chief Judpe S. TurcoElc will be spc'iiking on the history of the legal profession in south- ern Alberla, at Tuesday's meet- ing of the Historical Society of Alberta, VTlioop-up Country chapter. This mccling is a rc-schprhil- Ing of the Marcli 28 meet, which was cancelled due lo the The Ronald D. Harris of Lethbridge who was fined in magistrate's court Friday for possession of cnnnabis resin is not the Ronald D. Harris of 7lh Avo. S.. n student teacher at (he University of Leth- bridge, HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlfon Hill Ltd. 1245 2nd Ave. S. Phono 32B-338B Hoyt's has a complete stock of Fertilizer by Elephant Brand, Vigoro Green Cross (for fawns and gardeni) FREE! USE OF A Fertilizer Spreader With your purchase of Ferliliior from Hoyf'sl Call Hardware 327-5767 DOWNTOWN TKAIMN'G COURSE Cily police sergeant K. O. K. Mnrn'ocli attended an HCMP training course in police per- sonnel in (on during April, 1071, caLiotia] bill for 221 Chinese S.LI- Hcnls attending Alberta schools. "TliaL ligurc represents only aboul l-500th of the lota] enrol- said Mr. Hyndnian. "There arc more lhaii 221 Alberlaiis beinff alucalcd in oilier countires nt NIC expense of the taxpayers Ihcrc, "In anj" school system, a valory o[ in Lhs Winston Cburclnll High School. Several teachers from Lhc Calgary studio provided back- tip music for the ISO students from Uert Deer, Cnlgary and Lclhbridge All perfouncrs lunl been .studying accordion and guitar weeks. for less than, eight THIS IS OUR STORE! YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL YOUR OFFICE SUPPLIES ledger Columnar Sheeti Columnar Pads Columnar Booki Ledger Outfits Time BoaVs Payroll Goad selection of Office Furnilura CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13lh ST. N. PHONE 327-4S91 TUESDAY SPECIAL! DINNER FOR ONE Eir-iete: sen's AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. REGULAR WEEKLY AUCTION TUESDAY, APRIL 1 p.m. Jel pump wilh pressure lank, sump pump, nice liome desk, book rocks, rncfID-record playej, tomple'o holhrocm fixtures, large brown reclmer, I wo small drawer rabies, planter, wringer woshcr, bamboo curl arm, fire-place ttreen, two fold down camp lahTcs, display rackt, golf cart, universal sprnyer, por_l_qbla bar-be-gue, Seobrecio ilcrco.________ 23 cj. ft. Woodi cfeep-frceiG, old 10' fold down camper trailer Yard-marvel rorolillcr with h.p. Clinton motor Complete 9x9 lent wifh poles and no holeij four fridgei, inowmobilo cobooic, good wooden crrb, 5 crock, bird cago, treadle lowing machine, clean chrome high chair, spring hobby horse, chesterfields and chnin, fine line of Kon- more automatic wnsher, lots of bcdj and molfrciics, ranges, pots and pans, dishes and glassware, lonsfcri, kcfllcs, irons, and many more items too numerous ro list. Ynmaha 100 Twin molor bike 64 Chev, ?-Hoor Suzuki 100 c.c. motor bike Upcoming benefit 5ale April 15lh; Saturday for Ihe Anne Campbell Singers, many unusual items not generally Tound al auctions. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES Phone 327-1222 2508 2nd Avc. N. Auctioneer: BILL HOPE-Lfc. B45 Snles Manager: RAY CUUEY ;