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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TKf irnll-Klljr.I Wrd Reed Btmiboo Look in Vinyl! our i-aoms an rn'-lnm ro'r-ijrhjl, pi-nelical vinyl fj rripps fhnl hamba-j! Thoy prolect your turn! lure and cious carpels -from fading, yet they allow light 1o shine Ihrough. To clean, simply wipe wilh n damp dolti or vacuum! rFi and r.'Z 1.99 3.49 4.49 4.99 2.99 3.99 4.99 6.99 7.33 Vinyl Reed Roll-Up Blinds on Doily 9 to ft p.m. Thursday ond Tridny 7 n.m. to 9 p m, W U r college Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive L checks 374 complaints dosurc ot of KDMONTON (CD The Al- bcrla government, will look irilo an announce m c n t by QUiuva thai Ibc Calgary office of llic National Air Photo Library will he closed June L, Mie lugisln- lure told hero. Don Gclly, minister of fed- eral a 11 d Intergovernmental affairs, made Hie sUttcnii'til in reply to Roy Wilson (SC Cal- gary BowK Air. Wilson stiid the library office contains about. aerial photographs ol Western Canada and t h o north are to aprit'iiUunsls priil ucolujrists. [Ic said it is vi- tal tin; office ix1 main open. Ho suid llic Pe- troleum Association of Canada, the Canadian Petroleum Asso- ciation, Hie University of Cal- gary geology dcpiirlnicnt unit many petroleum geologists in the province would he hurl by the closure. The reason Riven for closing DID office, under tho adminis- tration of the department of icrgy, mines and resources, as 1 h n t operating expenses too lrip.li. LIVl-IS IN AllMOU The cowfish lives m an ar- or-platctl shell, and only Us .H, tins, eyes and jtvvvs can lOVC. by ombudsman's office EDMONTON (CP) Albci- la's ombudsman handled 874 complaints in the year ended' Oct. 31, 1971. 'Flic fifth annual report, of ombudsman George B. McCIcl- Inn was m the; legisla- ture Tuesday by Speaker Gerry AmcrojiRcn, Of the 874 complaints, 774 were new, Iwo wore left over from five from five from and 83 from 19VO. Mr. McClellan's report showed that of the 774 new cases last year, 213 were dis- posed of either by Die .siiu.ilioi) which prompted Hie complaint or by ruling it unjustified. "This is Llie since the inception of the office ot ombudsman in that there lias been u drop in (he volume of complaints received in the reporting the report said. drop 791 in 1969-70 to 774 in 1970-71. No real significance can be al triuuled to a drop of only 17 cases." A reduction in the mnnhci nf .settled complaint.s was alsr c.isily oxplnined. "One faclnr may have some lieai'ing on the decrease in percentages is thai the com- plaints now received are gen- erally ahout reasonably cur- rent alleged injustices whereas many of Ihe earlier complaints received refer red to m alters which had happened years be- fore. "This Jailer group, wilh sonio exceptions, has largely been disposed oC by now." Mr. McClellan said that while his 12 member staff often is "fully occupied" and "pushed at peak no staff increase is necessary. r .ge air receives grant KDMONTON (CD The ljinil lias approved grams tcilalling to II Allwvln associulions, Agriculture Mini- ster Hugh Homer nnnomicccl Tuesday. The Calgary and Kdmanlou Inhibition Assorialion will each gel 5100.000. HIE Lolli- and Hed Deer cxfiiljiliDu associations' each Mint the .Medicine Hal Exhibition Association S55.000. Others ui'iints will provide SIS.OW) to the Agricultural nomius Research Council of Canada, S2.200 to (lie Alboiia H o r t i c u 1 lural Association, S2.000 each to the AlberLa Mink Bleeders Association ami the Aihcrta Poultry Cnuncil. S250 to the Poullry Associa- tion and flua la lire Alberta Ucekcopci's Axsocialion. Wesleru parly plans uiocliui; EM10NTOK (CP) The ex- ecutive of the Western Canada Parts li'ild its quarterly summit conference1, in Vancou- ver May H-l.v A parly spokesnnni said thfi luceliui; ciisciiss policy and preparations for election cam. paiRMS. Tlio parly also announced that it lias established a nation- al office in Edmonton. Must Be Cleared! Men's Vinyl Oxfords Women's Comfortable Service Shoe A iighlor weigh) shoe For file warmer weather thick ripple crops loles and wipe-clGnn vinyl uppers. Green only. wailresscs ond women on tnc cjo love )his eaLy-on-lhe-feel service shoe. M wipD-clean vinyl uppers, walk-soft foam sole with beel and o cushiony iniale. Tan. 5-10. Open Doily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday end Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. w College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Mdgrath Drive ;