Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
DID YOU KNOW: Special 14 to 28-day Domestic Excursion Farei aro available for Air Travel in Canada. For Further Details Contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 328-3201 or 328-8184 The lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, August 4, 1971 PAGES 17 TO 32 ERICKSEN'S PASTRY 3rd Avr, M.M. I. 328-lleI "The Pioneer and leading Retail Shop In telhbrldge" FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND IAKUY PRODUCTS Campus housing aim of college Lelhbridgc Community Col- lege hopes to have on-campus housing for oul-ot-Unvn students by the fall or 1972, although no formal proposal has yet been made to the provincial govern- ment. Jim MacNeil, director of slu- dent services at LCC, said Tuesdr.y that "it seems lite the next major construction on camnus will have to he sludcnt housing.'1 What LCC is considering, he said, is o residence to house about 100 students, with room for possible future expansion. However, the proposal is still tentative, and plans would have to be approved by the province Meanwhile, the college is re lyir.g on off-campus housing to accommodate students who do not live at home. Matt Schebel, counsellor at LCC in charge of housing facili tics, advised landlords in the college area who would like to accommodate students to regis- ter with the college. Apartments, rooms, base ment suites and room and board arc all required and can be listed with the college, he said. Election scene in high gear By MYRON JOHNSON Staff Writer The provincial election cam- paigr in the two Lethbridge ridings swung into high gear this veek, with five of the six candidates already active on the campaign trail. First off Ihe mark was Rich- ard Barton, Progressive Con- servative candidate for Lelh- bridge Easl, who started his door-to-door campaigning the day after the Aug. 30 election was announced by Premier llsrry Strom. Mr. Barton plans to person- ally visit every home in his constituency, and his cam- paign workers also ta- tempt to cover the riding at least once. The Conservative candidate in Lethbridge West, R. J. (Dick) Gray, started actively campaigning Tuesday. lie is also concentrating on door-to- door contact, and will be speaking to a number of or- ganizations. The Social Credit campaign gol under way late last week, and both candidates expect their campaigning will acceler- ate as the election date ap- proaches. Johnnie Anderson, Leth- bridge East Socred, plans to concentrate on door lo door campaigning, with greater em- phasis on media advertising in the last few days of the cam- paign. Dick G r u e n w a I d, Social Credit candidate for Leth- bridge West, hasn't done much campaigning yet, but will be "mainslreeling" as the cam paign progresses. Mr. GruenwaJd's campaign manager, Douglas Palcrson says they haven't decided whether a door-to-door cam- paign will be liccessaiy. "We haven't had to do it be fore, b'lt we will if we feel it's Mr. Peterson said Doug Poile, New Dem ocrplic Party candidate In LeLhbridge East, started knocking on doors early this week. Because of lack of funds, he said, he will concentrate or j door-lo-door campaigning, cof- fee parties and poster advcrtis- LETHBBIDCE-AITA "fiRT STUDIO ON FICTH H J rf j PICTURE FOAMING ARTISTS' SUPPIIES ART 710 5 AVE mg. Lethbridge West New Dem- ocrat Klaas (Charlie) Buijert is the only candidate who is not yet actively campaigning. His campaign will get under way next week. Mr. Poile and Mr. Buijert will run their campaigns to- gether, sharing a campaign manager Howie and sharing campaign head- quarters. They have not yet tablished their headquarters. Two candidates officially es- tablish their headquarters to- day. Mr. Anderson is opening an office at Shoppers World, while Mr. Gray officially opens his office at 708 3rd Avc. S. Mr. Gruenwald's campaign office is in the old Royal Trust Building on 7th St. and 3rd Ave. S.. while Mr. Barton has an office at Westminster Shopping Centre. Dwight Jensen is man- aging-Mr. Barton's campaign. J. R (Jimmy) Gunn is cam- paign manager for Mr. Gray, while Jim Dodd is handling Mr. campaign. No connection Contrary to inferences which may have been drawn from a story in the July 31 Herald the Golden Mile Drop-in Centre is in no way affiliated with the Lethbridge Memorial Society. Mrs. Kay Vasclenafc, a mem- ber of Ihe society, is not the director of the drop-in centre as was staled in the story. DONATION FOR RETARDED Les a Lethbridge auctioneer and south- western director for the Auctioneers' Association for the Mentally Retarded, hands over an association cheque for fo Joyce Dunlop, president of the Lethbridge Association for the Mentally Retarded. During the past years. Alberta Auctioneers, 400 strong, have donated to organizations for the mentally retarded. The cheque will be used for the Lethbridge association's Sunrise Ranch, residences, pre-school program and" recreational activities. Liquor board swamped with licence applications CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic SLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327.2822 By ROB TURNER Staff Writer The Alberta Liquor Control Board has received a horde of applications from hotels and restaurants throughout the province for liquor licences since the approval of liberalized liquor lavs by the provincial legislature this spring. Applications have been re- ceived from all over the prov- ince, according to K. E Bak- er, deputy chairman of the board, who said this morning the first ones would receive of- ficial approval in just over one week. The new law allows dining lounges and restaurants to serve beer and wine to their patrons with their meals and allows bars to serve nine and hard liquor along with their traditional staple, beer. Licencees are required to ad- vertise their applications for four weeks and then wait two weeks to allow for any protests to the move. If none is re- ceived, Mr. Baker said, the board will then issue a licence. So far none of the proposed new liquor outlets has been protested. He noted the Wom- en's Christian Temperance Union is not as active as it once was. Spokesmen for establish- REPEAT OF TWO SELLOUT SPECIALS NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED DELPHONIC TAPE RECORDER SOA-95 SPECIAL ONLY '29 ANGLO JUST ARRIVED 10 MORE UNITS COMPONENT STEREO SYSTEM Amplifier Tuner Combination, Matching Walnut Speakers and Turn, ft J A.95 table. ALL FOR ONLY 249 DISTRIBUTORS STEREO CHARGE PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 419 5th ST. S. OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. PHONE 328-6922 "SOUTH ALBERTA'S LARGEST STEREO AND PHOTOGRAPHIC SPECIALISTS" menls which -mil benefit by the new law generally welcomed the greater privileges although they anticipate unspecified prob- lems. Bill Riewe, assistant man- ager of the Lethbridge Hotel said he expected to see a "little more intoxication" although Lethbridge would not be hit so hard because "it is a beer drinking town." Mr. Riewe called the new law "a him for the better" and said the new privilege would generally accommodate tour- ists and the general public used to the customs in oUier parts of the world. A spokesman for the Town Chef said the restaurant was hoping for an increase both in customers and sales while at Garden judging now under way Judging of city gardens is being carried out today by the Lethbridge and District Horti- cultural Society. Twenty-four gardens are en- tered in this year's competition. Eighteen winners will be chos- en in the various categories. Complete results of the an- nual competition ore to be car- ried in Thursday's Herald. the same time providing better service. One type of establishment that may be hit as a result of the new law is the existing iiquor lounge. A spokesman for the Park Plaza said his lounge might lose the type ol customer that wants to go to a bar with his friends but doesn't like beer. The spokesman for the hotel said at least 90 per cent of the patrons in a lounge are there for the atmosphere. A spokesman for the Mar- quis cocktail lounge said the new bar privileges would not affect the lounge's business ap- preciably. "Those who want softer music and reasonable :onversation will continue to pa- tronize the lounge." Spokesmen for two private clubs in Lethbridge, The Elks and the Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans, both seemed to think their business wouldn't be affected in any way. The spokesman for the Army and Navy said his club was gaining business all the time because of the switch of older persons from the bars since the lowering of the legal drinking age. An Elks Club spokesman noted his club didn't depend on off-the-street business and didn't expect the new law to af- :ect it to any great extent. If your in the mood for some fabulous food It's for You! We invite You (o View our Fine Selection ef: BREAD and PASTRIES Freih baked dally by Mailer Baktnl You will the quality time's none bctttr in Leihbridgel SVEN ERICKSEN'S FINE FOODS AND PASTRY SHOP 2 LOCATIONS Cer. M.M. Drive, 3rd Ave. S. Phone 31S-I161 170] Mayer Magram Drive Phone 31t-77St Immediate patriation urged for BNA act By JOAN BOWMAN Slaff Writer Lethbridge MP Deane Gund- lock, a member of the Senate- Commons committee studying (he Canadian constitution, said the committee will recommend that an agreement on an amending formula be held in abeyance to allow the British North America Act to be "pa- triated immediately." Patriation would "get rid of ihe fuss of having to go to West- minster" to register amend- ments. The BNA Act provided for amendment only through the British Parliament, rather than through the federal govern- ment. LCC library slated for renovations The library at the Lethbridge Community College will soon be poorer by an estimated 000 books, periodicals and pamphlets. The University of Lethbridge, which has shared the library with the college, begins moving its materials to the new west side campus next week. College litoarian Margaret Wheeler has moved the col- lege's books into temporary quarters and once ths univer- sity completes its move the li- brary will be renovated. Separation of the two library facilities is part of the univer- sity's prepar a t i o n for its planned fall opening in West Lethbridge. OUR OSCAR "I think a hippopotamus es caped from somewhere. 1 saw one on 4th Avenue wearing hot panls." FOR SALE THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An International Daily Newspaper at tho CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM torner 12lh SI. 4lh Ave. S. Open 12 Noon to 2 p.m. TUBS., Thurs. and Sal.r except Legal Holidays Patriation would "bring Ihe lonslitution although provinces, leery of too much 'ederal power, have indicated in the past they will not accept latriation without an agreed- jpon amending formula. The 25-member committee, which Mr. Gundlock joined last November, is due to submit its recommendations to Parlia- ment early this fall, at the start of the House-Senate sittings. The committee has held pub- lic meetings across the coun- try, including one in Lethbridge in January. Mr. Gundlock said the com- mittee will recommend that no single province have veto pow- er in amendments. Veto power would be held by any two prov- inces who have a combined total of at least 25 per cent of the national population. This would give Quebec and 3ntario virtual veto power. Mr. Gundlock said this situation would "have to be worked out." He indicated one sure general opinion the committee will ex- Dress is the disfavor held Jiroughout the country for the Royal Commission on Biling- ualism and Biculturalism. Mr. Gundlock said submis- sions to the committee criti- cized the commission for spending too much money and for not completing its report. "The commission didn't say anything we didn't know be- fore." The Lethbridge MP, elected to the seat in 1958, indicated an election is expected by parlia- mentarians in the fall of 1971 A spring election would be out because the Liberal govern- ment would not want to face the electorate "after another bad winter." Mr. Gundlock, a Progressive Conservative, re-affirmed he will run again for the Leth- bridge constituency. Registrations increasing at college Pre-registration of students at Lethbridge Community Col- lege is higher than at the same time last year, and college of- ficials are anticipating total en- rolment for the 1971-72 year will exceed the enrolment figure for the previous year. Gordon College, LCC infor- mation officer, said Tuesday more than 500 students have now registered for the coming academic year. Only first-year students are required to regis- ter before enrolment. Total enrolment last year was more than 900 students, and this figure is almost' cer- tain to be surpassed, Mr. Col- lege said. The most highly subscribed programs to date are nursing, outdoor recreational anci con- servation education, and col- lege preparatory, he said. Opening day at the college is Aug. 25. Fire damages diesel unit No injuries resulted from a fire in the lead unit of a four- diesel pulling combination on a CPR freight train at Brocket Monday. No estimate of dam- age was available. The engineer of the lead unit was able to uncouple the burn- ing engine valued at one quar- ter of a million dollars, and move it to a siding. The fire reportedJy resulted when a piston went through the side of an engine block and ig- nited some fuel. Four firefighters and one pumper truck Jrom the Pincher Creek fire department were abla to contain the fire to the tee us for fast, trptrl PHOTO rear of the load switcher and prevented its spread to a gallon fuel tank. The fire was extinguished in 10 minutes with 500 gallons of water, used as a fine spray to smother the flames, and ma- jor damage was to the electri- cal system. Anglo Distributors Stereo 1 Photographic Centra 419 5th Street South Phone 32B-6922 They're Locally Grown GLADIOLUS In a Wide Choice Of Colon Tastefully Arranged For Home or Hospital! MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Marquis Hotel Building Phone 327-1515 RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITIONING and WINDOW COOLERS CHARLTON and HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVENUE S. 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