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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Landlord-tenant board TliB establishment o[ a land- lord tenant advisory board to Improve landlord tenant re- lations lias urged by Wendy Uasmnssen, student council adviser at the Leth- bridge Community College. The formation of such a board Is permitted under The Landlord and Tenant Act but the go-ahead has to come [rom city council. Miss Rasmussen said she has received many complaints from students, who make up a major portion of apartment tenants. The complaints in- clude: stmlcnt says his land- lord enters the apartment whenever he is out. Under the act, a landlord cannot enter a tenant's premises except cases o[ emergency, or notice to Inspect is given 24 hours in advance, or with the tenant's consent. advertising. One girl ;ays she moved into an apart- nent advertised with sauna >alh "but I haven't seen the sauna bath after six months, and yet I have to pay for it." student reports his landlord increased the rent with oidy one week's notice. Under the act, rent cannot he increased when the tenancy agreement is in effect unless 'JO days ol notice is given. with children have difficulty in finding accomoda- lioti because most landlords do not want couples with chil- dren. girl reports that her friend from Calgary came to stay with her for three weeks and the landlord charged her additional. student says his land lord did not return the do posit after he moved out the apartment, the landlorc claiming there were damages. The student says there was no damage. I realize there are two sides of the picture, and some stu- dents do not behave them- Miss fiasmussen said. 'It would Lie in the interest of LETHBRIDGE HEADSTART PROJECT Tuesday, April 25th 8 p.m. St. Patrick's School ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND! HONORED Line Cow- ard, manager of the real es- tate department for tlic Lctli- Jmdge branch ol The Canada Trust Co in any, tod ay w as honored with an honorary life membership h e Alberta Heal Estate Association for his contribution to organized real estate in HID province. It was (lie first time the or- ganization lias appointed an honorary I i f e incinTicr. The occasion in Calgary was the A.H.E.A. 25th anniversary. FEATURED SERVICE "We're happy to see and serve you." DRAIN and FLUSH cooling system ADD Rust Inhibitor O INSPECT hoses and connections CHECK water pump ADJUST drive belts Spring Conditioning KING CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. 3rd Ave. and 11 St. South, Lethbridge_________ PHONE 328-9271 CAR CARE oth the tenants nnd (tie Irmcl- ircls if tlicy have a place to go case ot conflicts." Miss Rasmiisscn said she clievcs lion student tenants re faced with the same prob- 3ms, unaware of Ihcir rights. "I talked lo City Manager oni Nulling aljout it, and he aid public support for the ere- tion of such a board is needed cfore the city council will nkc she said. According to (lie Oldman ;tvur Regional Planning Com- lission, approximately 20 per ent of Lctlibridge residents re tenants. They include stu- ents, single persons, couples viih and without children, el- crly persons and temporary esidents. GAR CARE Educationists to attend Holland meet Alberta will represent Can- ada at an international educa- tional conference in Amsler- dam, Holland June 6 and 7. Education Minister Lou Hyndman; Jim Foster, mini- ster of advanced education; Dr. Earle Hawkesworth, depu- ty education minister; and Dr. Waiter Worth, chairman of the Worth Commission on Educa- tional Planning, will attend the conference. Representatives from each participating country will out- line the approach to educa- tional planning in their own land with the aim of exchang- ing ideas on long term educa- tional development programs. The Netherlands, Sweden France and Spain will also take part in Ihe conference. Several other nations, includ- ing the United States, will be sending observers. Parsons of Lethbridge has been elect- ed chairman of the 4th an- nual All-Arabian Horse Show, May 20 to 21 in the Lcth- bridge Exliiblllon Pavilion. Mr. Parsons is an active member of the Chinook Ara- bian Horse Association and a member of the Canadian Arabian Horse Association. He has been a breeder and exhibitor of purebred Ara- bian horses tor six years. Singers seek sponsors The Anne Campbell Singer Association is still in need funds to complete a 12-pag brochure currently being pn pared. The brochure, which will t completed before the singer departure to Europe June 2 is designed to give the back- ground of the singers and pub- licize southern Alberta. A page in the booklet will recognize each sponsorship. Individuals interested in making a donation may call Eleanor Skellon at 327-3616 or Irene Virtue at 327-7437. Saturday, April 22, 1972 THE VETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 Drop-in centre to close Tho Central School Drop-In entre will likely cease opera- on Monday. Members of the drop In cntrc staff and officials of the a m i 1 y Y recommend e <1 hursday Ihe facility be closed. The recommendation for losu re followed an a t tern pt to operate the cen- with a major part of the rst floor hallway blocked off. The hallway of the three- lorey condemned school build- ng was barricaded Tuesday fter several large pieces ol lastcr fell from the ceiling. Danny Garrett, centre co-or TOO MUCH SUN Avoiding excessive exposure to sunlight is one way to pre- vent cancer, according to the Canadian Cancer Society. Holmes wants west development The chairman of the Univer sity o! Lclhbrldge board of ernors says he is anxious to se the west side development ge underway. The sooner we get the di velopment, the said Dr Neil Holmes. "The university Is a bit Isi laled at the present time." Dr. Holmes said one of th major effects the mulli-millio dollar West Lethbridge dcve opment will have on the U of is that it should reduce "Ih feeling of Isolation that som people have." He said the development wi bring the university closer the people It serves. The development will Inclu both residential and commi cial areas. nator, said the hallway was safe because the remaining aster on Ihe ceiling appeared be in poor condition and ight have fallen at any time. Virginia Reed, Family Y ogram director, said thero ere many reasons for thp osure. She cited the building's cr-all poor condition, lack of dcquatc staff and lack o! oney to pay staff as primp :asotis tor the closure. "There were some cases of j andah'sm, but they were done only a small number of the ids who came said Miss eed. "When as many as 350 kids ;ere In the building on any iven weekend evening and nly three staff members were vailable lor the whole centre was impossible to keep an ye on siie con- 'nued. Visible damage to the build- ng included broken windows, 1 Tiassivc littering, chipped and ailing plaster, destruction of wo cloak room divider v.'alls 1 and the mysterious disappear- of a third floor, partially hand carved stair railing. Miss Heed said the two cloak room walls had been removed by some youths In her program in an attempt to make two rooms large enough to accommodate dancing. Miss Heed and a city em- ployee credited the broken win- dows and chipped plaster to several break Ins which had occurred at the centre during the night while closed. No one was sure how or why the railing had disappeared. Miss Heed said city cound! will announce other locations for the drop in centre and other programs at Its regular meeting Monday, Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAt ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPIEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Avo. S. Phone 326-5447 SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT- Ml Industries, manufacturer! of o fatally new concept In leiiuro and Holiday Trailer Uniij, ore pleased to lhat W. P. and S. Sales have been awarded the distributor- ship of truck campers slide-in camperettei truck caps for standard and foreign built half ton pickup trucks self contained takesldo cabins In of 820 and 1020 series. FOR INFORMATION CALL W. P. S. SALES 326E lOlh St. N, Phone 328-6878 'BUY DIRECT AND SAVE' Custom Built Unili on requeiT. his style old style KIRK'S TIRE SALES LETHBRIDGE TABER FERNIE. B.C. You'll feel and Ttnow youVe on really good rubber as soon as you take off on Tiger Paws (one of Canada's best known "high performance" Their big, broad footprint gives a fast slart and a short slop. Trie 2-ply rayon belt reduces tread squirm so it's__________ cool running (heat is a tire's worst The 2-ply 14-15 nylon cord body delivers tough dependable resistance 14-15 88 to road hazards. Tiger Paws literally "eat-up" the miles. That's why Tiger Paws are Unlroyal Value Asiured llres. OTHER SIZES AT COMPARABLE PRICES 60 Series m JJNIHDYAL C60 -1 53.88 14 9.88 _ "G707T5 He opened up the north with baling wire, canvas and courage maybe the thought of Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner waiting when he made it back home. Alberta's original Pilsner has logged a lot of miles and quenched a lot of thirsts in nearly fifty it tastes as good today as it did way-back-when. Slow-brewed and naturally aged for men who appreciate the down-to-earth flavour of an honest, old-time beer. Try it. TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIDGE Airide SUB OTKEK SIZES AT COMPARABLt PH1CIS Full 4-ply nylon 5-row rib design Engineered for tha family car for dependable safe mileaae! WE NEED OLD USED TIRES Seo now for best buyi on all Unfroyal "Tires I need your old easingi to turn out more Orbitread, TFGEff TREAD RETREADS "They're the best lira buy around. Siao 6.50 I3 At 1? 95 only, each faiww (EXCHANGE) 'The Best Deal For Every Wheel" i LETHBRIDGE 1621 3rd Ave. S., Phone 327-5985 D TABER 6201 SOIh Phone 223-3441 FERNIE, B.C. Phono 423-7746 ;