Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
FLASH! New and reduced student fares now available mnximum ago 25 For further information contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 328-3301 The LetMnidge Herald SliCOND SECTION I.clhbrklKc, Alberln, Friday, April I'l, 1972 I'ACiKS 11 TO i'l NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDC. 741) 4lh AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Summer ii coming. Bo ready wilh a pair of Prescription Sunglcmes. City could have lost Hi- IR'RKE Staff West Lethbrldge development area. -Waller Kerber Photo Tourist zone grants are likely low Ily RUDY Herald Slalf Wrilcr Alberta's twelve tourist zones may be in for a nasly shock- Inter this month when they find the provincial tourist grant is not as large as expected. Tourism Minister Hob Dowl- ing said Jn a Herald interview thai Lhe grant will be about double last year's The zones have been expect- ing considerably more lo devel- op this province's third-largest money-making industry. Mr. IJowling refused to de- (do exact amount he is attempting Lo gel the legisla- ture lo approve. He expects the tourist grant lo he one of Ihc last to he considered hy the ex- cculive council. Frank Smith, Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alberta manager was "dismayed" by the suggested size of the grant, implying that Ihc government is not giving ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5lti SI. S. PSone 328-4095 PHARMACY FACTS from O. C. STUBBS You may be surprised lo learn that there arc nine (9) different steps we take in [lie careful filling of your doctor's proscrip- tion. These are: (1) receiving _f? your proscription and care fully j: checking tlie cess.iry informa- a tion on it, (2} j assign ing our 1 permanent filing J number to il, (3) _______ j making certain of volumetric accuracy, (-1) careful weighing of all ingredi- ents, (5) triluralion, (fi) dis- pensing of your medication, (1) typing or writing the necessary informal ion on your label, (flt carefully attaching your to your medication's container, and (9) delivering your medi- cation lo yon wilh informalion concerning it.1? correct use. It's true that modern prepackaging of many drugs can often make steps and (ft) unneces- sary, hnl Ihc remaining six steps nrc always rarcfullv fol- lowed with each prescription TVP fill for you, Of course you like, [o Iradc in a frirndlv nnd liclnfnl at- mosphere? Then Stiibbs Phar- macy .'.s the nlaco to bring your prescrinlions. WP eniny nnd fake nndc in being nf sarvirn lo you licrc at fitli Avc. S. Open daily am. lo p.m. Sundays and Holidays p.m. lo p.m, and p.m. to p.m. the industry the priority H should. This zone requested nearly this year, he said. Mr. D o w 1 i n g's disclosure would indicate that the figure could lie as low as Noting that the government spends about SI.5 million on tourism annually in contrast to Hie million spent on agri- Hike for Tikes on Saturday Tlie 1072 Hike (or Tikes, sponsored by the Lclhbridgc Oplimisl gets under way al a.m. Saturday nl the Civic Centre. More thati people are pxppcled lo register, a similar number to 1571. The walkers will head east on 5lh Avc. lo St., then nortli lo Highway 3. The ronlc is tlien past, to Coaldale, ami north to Picture Dullc. Ton checkpoints will he set up along Hie 20-mile route. A concession stand where participants may purchase lunch will set up by the river north of Coalilnle by the Association for Ihc Mentally Retarded. AUCTION SALE Sat., April 15th; 1 p.m. For The AJIIIC Campbell Singers Many items not generally found at auctions SPONSORED BY Southwest Auction Services 2508 -2nd Avo, N. culture, Mr. Smith said, "it is frustrating when have to agree to written arrangements which nobody (provincial gov- ernment) adheres to." When the zones do not ac- complish what they set out lo do, the province is never blamed for its "failure Lo make good on provincial he said. During the past four years this has received less than the amount that had been agreed upon with the province earlier. Lauding Mr. Dowu'ng's ef- forts to increase Lhe legislative awareness of the importance of tourism, Mr. Smith said, "the province has come a distance lalely, but still has a long way to ge to experiment O JL The city stood to lose about on its investment in Let Abridge through ar- langcinciit with a private land I developer, City Manager Tom Nutting said Thursday. "In terms of tin- city's required return, we going to receive about 50 cents on the Mr. Nulling in an interview. Thtil WHS the main reason for city crjuiu-il to reject pro- posals made by Carman Devel- opers and KntfLneenjd Buildings Lid., the two firms submitted proposals lo the city. "The city sought a reason- able rale of return, perhaps Vtl cents on the dollar, on a village concept plan." Mr. Mul- liuy said. Both companies submitted sericus proposals, he said, but thought Lhe ri.sk v.vis greater than the city did. "They wanted Die cily to re- duce the risk by financing pay- ments (la Ihc city for purchase of the over a four-year he said. The experience of negotiating wilh I lie two developers was nencficial to (lie city. "We learned our plans were loo I Mr. Nutting said. The city does not intend to make money from Die develop- ment, only to come as close to breaking even as possible, ho added. To break even, the city must recover the cost of land ac- quisition, provision of power, water, sewers, sidewalks, curbs 3inl gullcrs, street lighting, streets, and a portion of tlie city's share of bridge construc- tion. TJiot ivill not be accomplish- ed by making NVest Lethbridgc an exclusive residential area. Mayor Andy Anderson said people from every income level will be pivcn a chance to live bv the Old man River Regional Planning Commission for the west I.ethbrtdgc site is "pretty well there will be some minor modifications to provide for more assessable property, city coimfjr.s request. Mayor Ai.dcrson said this may require the utilization ul some plmuiecl green strip areas for housing. One possibility, .suggested by Mr. Nutting, is lo open up high- prices lots fronting on the ri7- ;tcre lake planned for Lhe area, This would allow other lols in Ihc subdivision to be sold for a lower than average cost. In low income people, lie said. Nothing is definite yet, how- ever. Mr. Nutting expects lu present a revised plan lo coun- cil by mid May. The plan should include a recommended body, sucli as an in computer IK CAl.DWEI.I, lierald Writer The Lellibridgc Community College will embark on a pilot project Mint could have long- range implications for post-sec- ondary education in The college has been selected as the first educational institu- tion iii Canada to make use of n computer to aid in making administrative decisions. The Alberta colleges commis- sion will hear the major cost of the experiment. All that now remains i.s for the LCC hoard of governors lo approve (lie experiment. A compuler, located nl (he Northern Alberta Institute of Technology will be used in the project. The basic aim of the program will foe to predict the effccls of decisions before I hoy arc made. All information relating (o a decision, whether il be lo hire a secretary or trim the budget, will be fed inlo the computer, which will then outline nil llio ramifications of (he move. The project hns "tremendous implications" for all post-sec- ondary educational institutions in Ihc province. "When this i.s developed for i one institution, it may be modi- RELIEVES GAS PAINS vw CAMPERS SIEEPS 2 SLEEPS 4 3 differonl versions end prices. RAEWOOD MOTORS 3rd Avo. and 16lh Si. S. Salci 328-4539 Car Lo) 328-4356 ficil and developed for the en- tire province so the governmcnl may be able to predict resource requirements for (he whole said R. A. Ilosetti of the Alberto colleges commis- sion. "However, (his may be a long way dmvti (lie road." Mr. Bosclli, director of re- search and planning for tho commission, .said the use nf a compuler lo assist in adminis- trative decisions is tiol a money- savinp leclitiifine. "It is not designed lo save us doll.irs, il is flc5Jpnrd to Ml us what our dollars will (o gel Ihc best use from OIT available he said. Dean Coopor, director of fi- nance at LCC, described (he move as "a tremendous slop forward. It will be a very use- ful lool in making management decisions." Anno Campbell Spring Sing, auction set The Anne: Campbell Singers and Teen Clefs assisted by the Snulhmhisler Junior G i r 1 s' Choir present their annual Spring Sing Sunday at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. in Ihc Yatos Mem- orial Centre. Ones I artist (or (he program i.s Perry Foster, cellisl. The choir of 100 girls from 1-rClhbridgc and district will .sing n selection of sacrctl mu- sic, ethnic folk songs, rounds and classical music, including work by Rrahms, Bach, Disscll and Noilhcotc. Tickets arc available from hoist or's Music Lid. or from choir members. An Anne Campbell auction will be hold Saturday at p.m. in the Southwest Anclion barn at 2n08 2nd Avc. N. Proceeds will go lo Ihc Anne Campbell Singers tour fund. Ariclcs (o he soW include n sol of encyclopedias, ice buck- ets. Hems of clothing and small collectors' items. SVUVIVAJ, UI1 Twenly years ago only len per cenl of all Canadian men with cancer of the prostate survived for five years. Mr. Cooper estimated it will be about one year before the project is in practical use. will have to carry out various tests and analyze the results. I expect it will be next summer before it is put lo ac- Innl lie said. The programming for Ihe pi- lot project was developed by (lie Western Interstate Compact for Higher Kducation in Moul- der, Colorado, Cancer volunteers still needed Scoll McKinnon of the Al- berta department of youth has responded to a call from the (fte Canadian Cancer Society to provide volunteers to the Cancer Blitz on Sunday. Cecil Gordon, chairman of the fimd-rnising campaign, said Mr. McKinnon has organized between 25 and 35 youth volun- Icers lo take part in the door- lo-floor canvassing. .Mr. Gordon said (he cam- paign could use a few more vol untcci's and interested persons may phone 327-S132. executive committee or form of corporation, to take care of de- velopment. Both Ihc; mayor and city manager are looking forward to the co operation of Ilia local 'lOLi.'jcbiiJl tiers association in the devclopmont. The city manager, al least, is a limited number of houses will he buill" in West Lelhbritlgc this year. Com mere i a I development "won't gel .started before there is a positive indication there will be houses in the Mr. Nulling said. The most import :ml factor is the date: tor starting the bridge, ho said. Discussions arc continuing between local and provincial officials concerning z date for bridge construction. University salaries Salnrics al tlie University of LcLhbridgc will he (joinR up this year, but not Iiy mucti. The bonrcl of governors 'las approved increases of three per cent for 227 clerical and sup- port staff and two to three per cent for about 20 people in the administrative, professional of- ficers and executive officers category. This represents the smallest salary increase in the five-year history of the U of L. In the past, [lay hikes have generally boon around Ihc six per cent level. Salary increases for faculty members, are expected lo be finalized at Hie next Hoard of Governors meiUmf! and its like- ly that their raises will be in line with those already approv- ed Olson: 'Don't invest vet' in hog slaughter plant on (he west side. "It is not just a posh settlement." The city win maintain the ab- ility to offer a wide variety of land prices, wilh Ihree or four pricing systems, Mr. Nutting said. Although the plan drawn up Commission discusses pub violence Canadians lioncd bv havc been cau- federal cabinet minister not to put any capital investment into the proposed ?25 million hog slaughtering and processing plant slaietl for southern Alberta. "I would caution anybody to make any capital investments I hat would be solely dependent on this going forward.1' said Bud Olson, federal niinisler of agriculture "There will be lime after we have it and it is announced. There will be sufficient time for them to make what ever capital investments they need to izet into it." Mr. Olson said until such lime ns the government lias had a chance to look at it and do a detailed analysis of all the things (h.il are required, they A special meeting of the j will not comment on whether sohitely necessary before we could pivc an incentive he said. Mr. Olson said that as of last week no application had been sent to the department of re- gional economic expansion for an incentive grant. LethJjridge police commission was held Ibis morning lo dis- cuss the increase in violence and assaults in local bars The meeting, called at the request of Chief Ralph Michel- son, was held in camera. Com- mission chairman, Harold Vos- bnrfi. refused comment on the res ul is of I ho meeting, R. C. McPhcrson of Edmon- ton, director of licensing for ttie liquor control board, at- tended. LEROY'S PLUMBING GA5F1TTING SERVICE WORK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE 32B-B403 we will accept it or uol. hnvc not bad .in oppor- tunity lo do an assessment on Die whole proposal or financial rospon.sibilily. viability, market and other tilings Hint arc ab- ClIFF BLACK, CerliFied Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAC Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDO. PHONE 3J7-2622 COOEY MODEL 39 SINGLE SHOT .22 CAL RIFLE Menu. Sugg. List Price SPECIAL WITH BOX Of 50 SHELLS .95 ONLY Coll Sporting Goocfi 127-5767 DOWNTOWN SUNDAY IS FAMILY DAY at ERICKSEN'S (SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU) EXCELLENT FOOD GRACIOUS SERVICE both basic ingredients for relaxed and enjoyable dinfngl DINNER MUSIC 6 to 8 p.m by MISS VALERIE HORVATH and EDDIE GNANDT m TIIE TRADITION OF WTSTEIIN MOST icmflu lesiauiant Phone 328-7756 for Reservations! New for you for Spring and Summer THE VERY LATEST IN SUMMER SANDALS is shown in blu 4 AND 5 EYELET TIES by Miss Oomphiej "Eorlhlingi Wafflt Slompcfi'' Open Fridnys unlil 9 p.m, Mondays open at uiu Children's Shoes ly Spring and Shoo S'orc. for iho young miss 2 lone Savage lici, in brown suede and we I look alien. CAMM'S 403-5th Street S.