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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Pltin Your Hawaiian Vacation Now. Wo Ruprosent Funscokors Jet Away Touri CP Air FunSun Adventure Tours Pleusurama Tours ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALI PHONE 328.3201 e Herald SKCTION Lethbridf-c, Alberta, Tuesday, August J, 1072 PAGES 9 TO 13 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BIDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-712! "Do you have a iptiro pair of glasicl for holldoy stays c say city aldermen v lly HHHNICK HliKI.K Ik-raid Slat! Writer A petition was presented to eoundl Monday seeking repeal the Ijylaw passed July 21 dusinj! Ilic lane in block, Bill Avc. am! Mil Avc. A. Gi'onjc Itiijtaii, of 1M (itli Avc A S. spokesman for the 2W of who had siKnci! the petition, said Ihe signers fed Hie Ijylaw .should he repealed, fit: offered several iiUKiiestions to council as to liow lo deal with the problems the residents "I the area were com- phiininj; Eiliout. To alleviate Die dust caused by the cars usini; Hie alley, ho siiKKtffited the alley be paved. Speed reduction 'humps were suggested to cut dinvn on the of the cars ll.smg it. Par- ents to keep their ehil- ilren from Ihe alley as a shortcut. The delegation also requested "No Knti-y" signs and further investigation by a traffic engi nccr. The reasons ?.Ir. Hicham gave for the jxititioricrs' corn- plchlls v.' e r inconvenience caused by taking a longer route lo park their curs; the bylaw would decrease parking area; and a decrease in the property value of their homes v.-onld re still. Mr. Iligliam said lie felt tho city was setting iLsulf up for added claims in this area. fn response tr> Mr. lied Cross needs more blood There Is a shortage of blood but "the situation is for from the Canadian Red Cross Society, branch said in n statement to day. "Supplies are lower than would like but no real ditficu lies arc the state menl said. "Kvcry year during the sum mer months, we experience drop in the number of donor? Li Lelhbridge, we usually fin that our June clinic is th lightest of tho four held her annually. This seems to be th pattern, as well, throughout tl province. "Her! Cross divisionrj heaf quarters in Calgary advise tha nlthougli Ihore i.s some blow no problems shoul ;irisc unless a major disastc occurs ami even in this cast special clinics can quickly to fill (lie nore.s.sar extra blood requirements.lf DENTISTS There an: llfi (kin lists southern Albcrla. 2 in three in Can slon, hso in Blatrmore. (wo anil onu in Raymond Pincher Creek, Claresholm, Coaldalc, I1' o r t Mac-leod and Vulcan, LEROY'S PLUMBING GASFITTING SERVICE WORK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE 328-3403 r en I a lion, City Man- Tom Nulling pointed out at spccil limitations liumps c illegal as they mifiht eji- inKcir inolw bike rulers or or nary cyclists. Mayor Andy Anderson Raid al in order [or the alley lo he ived, from 75 of the people on the lane list lie ensured. Alderman Vaughn Jlerntiroff did lie believes the rights of le property owners are more nportanl tliiin Hie riijhls or of the people who rive their cars in this area Properly rights are more im- ortanl then automobile said. Council approved a resolution o have the city solicitor itb old registration of the lane losnrc hylaw wilh tiie proviri ial land titles office until Dee. or until further instruction rorn council. Five of the council members casoncd that wilh this ap- roach, if the lane closure is ound to not work, it will not IM iflicult to repeal the hylaw. Float contest planned The city will hold a competi- tor! during the winter month.1 -his year lo come up with a 'loat dcsij'n "worthy of tho city." City council approved thai Monday after Alder m.'in Vera Ferguson slapped the itlministration's knuckles for not spending the full S10.000 amount budgeted for a floa this year. The float cost Aid. Ferguson saitl she was embarrassed when sho saw tho float from Lethbrilge coming down (he stree1 at the Calgary Stampede parade last month. 'file community services de- partment will tiircct the com petition and budget for the floa next year. Burning canned A motion hy Alderman Bil Kergan '.o re-strict open burnin of garbage by hon.sohnlders I TJiursdays was defeated by cil. council. Aid. Kergan retnicstcd sue! legislation so "v.'C would hav six davs of reasonably clea air." It would irnposMble [o pic 0110 day a week whicli wouJ satisfy everyone, Aid. C h i e Chicliesler said, .so the preset system, with no time reslrii lions, should retained. Aid. Vaughan Hembroff, wl was [fie only other counc momhor voting In favor of tl: motion, came back before th meeting adjourned v.'llti a r lice tliat he would introduce motion at Ihe next meeting mn garhago burning ovcry da of the CUFF BLACK, Ccrlifind Dcntol Mechanic BtACK DENTAl tAE lower Lovol MED1CAI DENTAL BLDG. PHONF DOCTOHS A I) o u t 700 more physician arc required in Alherla hy I to Ihe departmnnt nnlional health and welfare. Youth, hostel leaders plan south development McCready-Baines Pharmacy A Friend the Family can rely on! Just 327-3555 We Deliver Your Prescription When yoij'ro confined to bod, or just when you don'f feel well enough lo pick up a proscriplfon coll us. Wo deliver] "WHEKfi SALES ARE RACKED BY SERVICE" McCREADY-BAlNES PHARMACY ITD. 614 3rd Avo. S. Phono 327-3555 oporolintj WATERTOM PHARMACY LTD. !n Wnlorlon National Park FUTURE MOTHS Above are Jhr-jo of the 56 Telea Polyphemus molh larvae hatched June 26. The egtjs laid June 15 by a femate found in Coaldale the before and brought lo assistant research technician John Virostek. The larvae are being fed Soskaloon bush leaves until they spin t heir cocoons in the next weeks. They will remain in the cocooni until spring, emerging as mofhs with a wing span of four Jiy MAJtU-A'i; COOKSIfAW I Jleralfl Slalf Writer The Candiun Youth Hostel is alleinpLing to el up a permanent youth hos- el in the near future and has elcclcd Caslle a.s a prob- ible Jocalion. The lane! the CYIIA is hoping o is an area about, sight to JO mile.1; from West, 'astle. South Alberta coordina- Don Forfar of Calgary has estimated the land cost at 000 lo Mr, Forfar has foecm in the area for a month, and said Hial Forf.'ir- "A lo slay dry West. Castle had proven to and warm will really all have (he "suitable sur- i we have lo offer, rounding." hope that over the years. The hostel is activity-orient-i it can he developed into one of ed, and will provide a wide much the same type as ISanEf variety of reercational pas- I and Jasper.11 times depending on tho season. These hostels accommodate; Included will he fishing trips, 1 2-1 males and 21 females in skiing, cycle tours, cross-coun- try skiing, mountain climbing, canoe trips, camping expedi- tions, social anrl instruc- tional courses in rock and snow- climbing und backpacking. The building itself will be "rugged" at first, said Mr. It's a dog's life, council discovers to five inches Bill Groenen Photo Indian meet told Early federal election would harm association By lUJDY .Staff Writer living ill urban areas 0 _ A federal elcc- restllt cf social :ion call hcfom Hie end of Sep- ;enibcr could ring the death knell of (he Canadian Friend- ship Centre movement. Speaking at a conference of he National Friendship Cenlre Association, II. A. (Hutch) Srnitlieram, Ottawa assistant chairman to the secrclary of state's Native Citizen Develop- ment (Iron p. said Monday an elect ion would delay first-stage payment of the government's recently-announced million [ivr-year aid program to the na- tion's -10 centres until next Marcb. the money may be available as early as Sept. 30, hut will likely not !te forthcom- ing until mid-December. "1C ev- erything goes allright." However, jnost of tbc centres are already heavily in debt and imrm.'dial e assistance lo prevent collapsing. U o p. o r Ohrmsiiwin, of Ked Lake, OnL, ISYlional 1'Yicnd.ship Cenlre As- sociation president, said. Mr. Sinilhcram said lie was riot mith'irm'd to sny hnw, wlu-n j and where Ihe million will hi- sprnt. The; federal y hoiird will decide Hint at a mcclinji next week ho .said. In Ihe be tlio innrit than 100 from provinces and Ihe Yukfin tn (rlefirapli exploratory' financing for inno- vative all-Indian projects. H e g Ncwkirk, of Pincher Creek, president of the Alberta Native Friendship Centres As- sociation, ?ays tho pilot project portion will prompt friendship centres to initiate mote needed community service programs in order lo make use of (he funds. law should be amended pro- viding for the dog owner to b contacted before the dog i killed or sold CM hers quest! onetl the w ore ing of the public nuisance de inition and asked that the wor "habitual" or "contimmos" b added to qualify barking dogs Alderman Vera Ferguson who requested the new bylaw said after the meeting she ha Olhmvise, organizations i only intended some Jegislatio per cent the project titled will gel the money available. 1 to control dogs running loos charged national Indian leader nd hadn't anticipated such a tringent bylaw. Mayor Andy Anderson gave redit io the majority of dog wners who take Cure of their Tiimals hut said there are certain irresponsible people do not take care of their ogs." It is for those people the ylaw is being considered, he aid. Dr. Geoffrey Palmer rcceiv- xl enthusiastic support from gallery when he said there vould IM; 'considerahie re- luclion in Lethbridge resi- lents, both doggie and human, the bylaw passes." He said ic would move out of the city vithin "a couple of months." The bylaw was tabled and he dog owners' suggestions re- erred to the city solicitor for separate sleeping quarters and have sped til facilities for fam- ilies. They urc also rugged built of logs, but feature such luxuries as fire- places. There AS a set of house par- j ejits in all hostels, as well as I Urn leaders, most of whom are 1 There are now 16 hostels in i Alberta, the most recent being i set up at Corral Creek, near Lake Louise. Calgary has members of the Canadian Youth Hostel Association. Membership fee is which entitles the bearer of a membership card to hostel facilities in any of the 4.200 In- ternational Youth Hostels throughout the world, Membership is open to any- one of "any religion, race, age or creed." whether travelling individually, in a small group, school group or organization. Mr. Forfar said that to pro- mote interest in the West Cas- tle hostel, the West Castle Ski Lodge would be rented for tho weekend of Aug. 16, 17 and 18 as a sample program of hostel life. Recreational leaders would consideration in jyla'.v. a revamped Music workshop Monday The 14th Provincial Summer Music Workshop from Camrose will lake place Monday at 3 p.m. in the Yates Memorial Centre. Summer Showcase '72 Ss sponsored by the Alberta de- partment of culture, youth and recreation. Participants will include sym- phony orchestra, conducted by Harry Lantz; girls' chorus, Nancy Vang; concert band, Ed- mund Marty; and mixed chor- us, John Albertson. Participants from LeEhbridge are Don and Donna Peard, Peggy and Pern.' Foster, Bruce and David Robin, Tommy Little, Lorraine Fontana and Lori Leister. There is no admission charge for the performance. be brought down from Calgary and interested people would ha invited to attend. Mr. Forfar said that to es- tablish the hostel, it will be necessary for him to show the Mountain Region of the CYHA. a generating interest in south- ern Alberta. His office is located at 1636 Mayor Magrath Drive, in Zel- ler's County Fair Shopping Mall, and interested people may contact him at 323-7633 for further information. A meeting will be held Thurs- day in tiis office at p.m. [or all those interested in pos- sible membeiship. Membership is open (o any- one over 14 years, and anyone under 14 accompanied by a guardian. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Blrfg. 222 St. S. Phone 326-4095 Dress-Up The Back Yard With This Attractively Styled 5 PIECE ALL-SEASON PATIO TABLE and STOOL SET Mode o? durable plastic In orange end green colors. Con 5 i sf s of 4 stools and a table. Regular 26.95 SFT 17.95 Call Housewares 327-5767 DOWNTOWN WtNXIPKG Many Cana- dian Indian lead- ers arc not responsible, says er Ohoiisawizi, of Otil., president of the National Friendship Cenfie Association, "Some the so-cnllcd re- sponsible loaders of .sonic na- tive organisations are gliiift, not. (o ensure, provision o( (o people with prob- lems, but rather for control of Ihe agencies providing that ser- he said. Addressing more than 100 del- egates from the five most west- ern province's and the Yukon, he said: "They arc attempting lo do I ho things they arc government of 'Icing. "I find il totally unacceptable Iliat Iliosc 'responsible' leaders would go as far as attempting to block funds for the friend- ship he said. "They say they are working for na- tive people hut their actions contradict Ihcir words." Over-all, relations between centres and some native organi- zation.1; arc "extremely strained, particularly in the larre cities. "A multiplicity of programs and ngcnciixs are springing up with no thought to Ilio future 'ind no inter-agency or inler- organization! tali Mr, Ohonsawin said. He urged each provincial or- ganization lo hire a co-ordina- (or to act as n "liaison" twceu the provincial and na- lionnl associations nncl oilier native Since Ihe formal ion of Ibn friendship cenlre movement in 105ft. centres have hcen "con- stantly slnipgling for .survivnl." Both federal and provincial funding agencies have in (lie past provided minimum amounts "very slowly." Friendship centre woes Iiavo increased since tlie announce- ment of ,1 million five-year federal arrangement lo aid the ailing centres due lo a lack of information on how unit when Hie money will he spent, In addition, ho snirl the pro- vincial governments have. stow in coinniilliiiR support. "Don't he afraid to launch fund rnising drives nncl press nil levels of government for additional money" he told del- epalcs, The lerm friendship centre ta n "bold Mr. Ohonsawin, "a declaration that we Intend to go out of our way to do it (community .service j first." Of the friendship system as it now exislsr he said many board members are unaware of what centre is and the role it should play, (hereby making il difficult for the directors lo plan because: Poor pay makes it hard lo find qualified staff in many con- trcs; Some centres operate In j isolation from others and con- sider national and provincial or- ganizations as meddling bodies; j Provincial associations are not clear regarding (heir roles and activities; Minimal and token native Involvement at some centres: Lark of heavy convmunity support at .some centres. NO CAVIT1KK According to a representative of the Alberta Dental Association, "the use of fluoridated drinking flu- j orido tooth pastes, fluoride prophylaxis paste, ar.d topical fluoride solutions liold out tho possibility of eliminating near- ly half of our dental decay." No Fuss! Convenient! Delicious! Ideal For: STAFF PICNICS if FAMILY GATHERINGS RECEPTIONS Choice of: OR: SLICED CUTS OF BEEF, HAM OR TURKEY with solnds buffered rolls pastries Attractively Dilplaved ready for your BuHot Tablet DELIVERED ANYWHEREI FOR FURTHER DETAILS FOOD and PASTRY SHOP 2201 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 328.8161 1701 M.M. DSIVE PHONE tf28-7751 ;