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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IETHOSIDOE HERMO Friday, Auguit 1, 1775---..... centres By ItUDY IIAl'GEXEDER llrrald -Staff Writer WINN'Il'EG It threat o! destruction enhances unity, 30 friendship centres throughout the country milled to fend off federal government inac- tion which threatens exis- tence. A national association of friendship centres "crisis fund" was set up Thursday by delegates from six provinces and hvo territories to "continue the fight for friendship centres in the event of massive closures due to money short- ages." The crisis arises from feder- al delays in implementing a five year million deal for Ihe centres that was recently announced Secretary of State Gerard Pctlelier. All centres participating in the five day annual confer- ence, concludes today, contributed monies. Obonsawin, N A FC president, from Ucd Lake, Ont., said most centres have MFC says lication been without federal funds since March. Centres in Calgary and Kd- monton will close within t h e next month unless "immediate federal support is he said. Tho centre in London, Ont. is already closed and others face the same prospect. Calgary and Kdmonton cen- tre delegations joined their southern Alberta Pinchcr Creek and Lethbridge count- erparts, saying, "We all have to pitch in at a time like this (to the crisis All seven Alberta centre delegations promised to ask their governing boards to pro- vide support to the fund al- T i. though most are "acutely short of money." The unanimous Alberta deci- sion patched a split thai form- ed between the major C'nlRary nnd Edmonton centres and southern Alberta over a con- stitutional issue earlier tins week. Mr. n 11 hough visibly moved by the show of national ury.ty, urged delegates to further unification hy con- tinuing to be concerned about all centres. "Local centres must be more vocal, not only to express tlicir own views nnd programs to tlie publie but also for all lie said. unnecessary An application 1o expand the Lethbridge Herald building was withdrawn by the development officer at a Municipal Plan- ning Commission meeting. After discussing the applica- tion, submitted by R o b i n s Mitchell Watson architects, the MFC decided there was no rea- son for it to come before them. The developer must simply pur- chase a building permit at city hall. There was some confusion about tiic zoning of tlie prop- erty on which Tile Herald build- ing sits end to the west, where tlie building v.-ill be expanded. An interpretation at city hall had classified the desired use, and existing use, of tlie land as conditionally permissible and requiring MPC approval. A check 01" the zoning in the area, during the meeting, show- ed the use is fully permissible. Construction will l-.kely begin in September on a two storey, 50 by 125-foot expansion of tba buildinp. On other business. the com- mission approved an applica- tion from (lien Little Construc- tion to build a short Hagen Electric Ltd. at 1205 2nd Ave. S. Two applications, frcrn .loe's Mobile Homes and liridpc Villa Sales to display and roll mobile homes, were tabled by the com- mission. WINNIPEG The North- west Territories' two friend- ship centres arc faced with n unique funding problem, says j Cindy Erasmus, n Company of Young Canadians worker rep- resenting both centres. Although the recently-estab- lished NAV.T. centres in Inuvik end Yellowknifo get their op- erating costs directly from the federal government, no money is available for programing, she said at the National Asso- ciation of Friendship Centres annual meeting here. Under existing federal terms, Canadian friendship centres get operating costs from Otta- wa hut must seek programing costs from other sources ally provincial governments and municipalities. Mrs. Erasmus said because Uie N.W.T. government itself operates under a S93 million federal grant which is "tightly northern friendship ccttres "can hardly expect a grant from a Because of tight territorial budgeting due to the limited federal grant, no money is left over for friendship centres, she said. If the federal government does provide programming money for N.W.T. centres, she could foresee the establishment of centres in Hay River, Fort Smith, and Frobisher Bay. In an effort to change feder- al policy regarding the N.W.T. friendship centres, delegates from 39 Canadian centres at the NAFC annual conference petitioned the government to make the necessary changes. These recommended charges should also apply to the Yukon, delegates said. ABANDONED STONE QUARRY Half a century ago, roc from the banks of the Oldman River at This site northwest AM Ihot remains today is a pit from which the sand-colored l< was mined and Ihe traces of two buildings tbot housed men ond equipment. Ex-- of Monarch. amplcs of the evenly cut slono exist in buildings scattered through sourii- fock was cut orn Alberta. -Bill Groonen Photo Clwmber of commerce Jehovah's WltUCSS meet O fill' I I J -t s-ki4 v execs set 1973 priorities Cattle meet The Canadian Cattlemen's Association is planning a Na- tional Beef Conference I to bo hold in Calgary in early i November. The conference, bsing organ- [zed in conjunction with the Meat Packers Council of Can- ada the Canada and Al- berta departments of agricul- ture, will look at the prob- lems, opportunities, and alter- natives facirg the Canadian Beef Industry in the 70's, says C.C.A, Secretary C. Mills. BECOME PART OF THE SCENE WITH THE EXCITING NEW PANOLOC PASS-THRU REAR CAB WINDOW at LETHBRiDGE GLASS NOW ENJOY YOUR LEISURE TIME TO THE FULLEST ALL THESE ADVANTAGES OFFERED BY PANOLOC i-.-ougn air venfilaHon provided by unique dcuh-1- gliding laftly pnnci with openings up 1o 22 travelling easy ace CM n cab ond Booury antl durability withfn a of welded olurriinNrn, Irco of -snrj Assuring safoly arg fhr; djlGrrarfc stlf -I tiering w i end o prior, a I screen, rcrricvcbfr.' cnly from inside. Convenient or all camper ond vo i 1 r: n a fo opcningi on idqe Glass Chin Lake search called off TABER (Special) RCMP report the air, boat and scuba diver search at Chin Lake for :lie body of Edward Peters, 21, of Taber was cancelled at fi }.m. Thursday, but (he body iiad not been locjited. "Dragging operations and a team of scuba divers have been constantly hampered by murky water and on [he bottom of the said an RCMP of- firi.-d. Another police official said periodic flights would likely he made over the lake by the Lethbridge-bascd highway pa- trol aircraft in sn attempt to lo- cate the hcdy if it .surfaces. RCMP reported Thursday Mr. Peters was believed to have drowned while swimming after 5 p.m. Wednesday at a point on Chin f.akc about 14 miles south of Taber. js.v niciiATin IIUUKI: Herald Staff Writer The new directors of the Lethbridge of com- merce met for tho first time this week to set and priorities for the next year. Near the top of the list is a planned study of the effect of the new International Distillers horse show 011 weekend The South Regional Appnl- oosa Club is holding its second annual horse show this week- end. The fhow will be one of he Largest in Canada, and will take place LSaturday at noon, and Sunday at 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the Lethbridge Exhibi- tion Grounds outdoor arena. Appaloosa horses will be coming to the show from Cal- gary ami south, and the ext- ern part of British Columbia, plant on truck traffic on High- way 3 east. Chamber manager Wilt I fin was said there will an es-' timated extra trucks per, year u.sing the highway (ween Lethbridge and Medicine Hat. Rail line abandonment in the area will also be studied to de- termine the effects on the area. In civic affairs, tlie chamber will look closely at the city's general plan, currently being reviewed, the proposed new arena and the new bridge across the Oldman River. Mr. Downs said the bridge could have a major influence i on redevelopment in the down- I town area. i The chamber also plans to get all tlie businessmen, in the city together for one or two city wide promotions, perhaps in conjunction with a recre- ational event. A new committee will be set up to study (he air traffic sit- uation to and from the city, Mr. said. "Jf we accomplish all we aro setting out Eo do, it will be a much fuller Mr. Downs said. draws to city Let lawyer check sales By LAIIRY BENNETT IIcraM Staff U'rllcr City police are cautioning all Lethbridge residents to have a lawyer rend and explain any sak-s contract to [hem before they .sign it. The police warning follows several of cases of border line sales fraud involving the sales of vacuum cleaners, floor polishes pots, pans, win- dows, doors and siding. The price of the merchan- dise, usfnliy sold on a door-to- door basis, i.s rften well above thi actual retail if the same product were to be pur- chased from a reputable deal- er, police s.ay. say city police The sales technique includes i a contract of some sort which requires payment in full before the product can be delivered. Often a non-cancellation or for- feiture clause :.s added to the contract which .will prevent the buyer from changing his mind and cause him to give up all money invested if he rlocs not meet the contract IJy GKKG MclNTVJll-: Herald Staff Writer Delegates to a four-day Jeh- ovah's Witness convention thai started Thursday in Lcthbridgc love booked hotels antl motels n the city almost solidly and arc spilling over into accommo- dation in Coaldalc. About 0-eople arc expect found accommodation In motels or will) friends on their own. The others had accommoda- tion arranged by convention or- (janizors. A city-wide canvass resulted in billets at an aver- age of per per.son a night in private homes for about people. Arrangements were made ed 3.000 of whom are from through the convention nd out-of-town. Half the visitors i zors for 800 people in hotels s'undav on tin Jehovah's Witness faith differs in several ways "The method of operation by theso 'fraud arlisls1 is Lo ap- proach rural residents or elder- [y persons soliciting sales for a variety of articles. Onco a 'deal' lias been made, a down payment is obtained, prefer- ably in said a police