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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta DID "U" KNOW For only a 2 country mile 30 day triangle trip. Visit Calgary, Van- couver, E'-ii Francisco, Los Angeles, Toronto, Winnipeg, Csigary. Slop where you long as you want. For further details contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE _ WEST END PHONE 328-3201 or 328-8184 The letKbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lctlibridgc, Alberta, Saturday, August 14, 1971 PAGES 13 TO 24 ll'i a GREAT DAY lo SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVOKiTI TJ (Special Pricui on Bulk Ordcri) ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 Introduction seen for cultural report Implementation of a report by the city council cultural de- velopment study commitlee could come in early Septem- ber. Alderman C. W. Chidicster, committee chairman, said he he felt the committee's recom- medalions regarding restruct- uring advisory commUlees could come coincidental wilh admin- istrative rearangemerts by City Manager Tom Nulling. The two are closely related. Mr. Nutting will appoint a di- rector of community services to oversee culture and recrea- tion activities, and make other related changes. The committee has recom- mended, among other things, that one committee advise council culture, recreation and human resource program. The committee would replace the parks and recreation com- mjssion and the preventive so- cial services advisory commit- tee. One possible hang-up could be the inclusion of preventive social services in the commit- tee's responsibilities. There were suggestions at city coun- cil Monday when the maltcr was first discussed that preven- tive social services did not fit in with the rest of the commit- tee's functions. Aid. said it was an almost certain possibility ithat some of the programs now included under preventive social services those which arc more "welfare oriented" be taken over com- pletely by the provincial gov- ernment. Those which remain would be closely related to commun- ity resource development and could well play a role, perhaps a minor one, in the commit- tee's activities, he said. The committee's function would be to advise council. Fi- nal decisions and policy-mak- ing would remain in the hands of the aldermen. Aid. Chichcstcr expressed tome doubts about the wisdom of allowing such group to have any authority for distri- buting grants to local organi- zations, as has been suggested. The amount of money to be .spent on grants and its specific allocation must always be rouncil's responsibility, he said It was not enough for council lo set the over-all figure and let a committee decide on how the money was handed out. The whole grants question, a source of some controversy this year, is still undecided, council action on a resolution by Aid. Vaughan IJembroff. Also included in Lhe proposed changes are Lhe realignment ol several dulies within the cul- Lure and parks and recreation system. The committee has recom- mended the position of super- intendent of cultural develop- m e n I, under its present terms of reference, be eliminated. Aid. Chichester said the su- perintendent, now located in Ihe Yates Memorial Centre, should not have to take any responsibility for running the centre. He could be located anywhere and would be re- sponsible for planning pro- grams in the cultural field. He and a similar superinten- dcnl in Ihe recreation field would have responsibility for bookings at the centre, but their work would mainly be in program development. The two areas, while separale in many cases, would overlap to some extent and would be co-irdin- aled, he said. Balla acting mayor Alderman Joe Balla will be Lethbridge's acting mayor dur- ing the absence of Mayor Andy Anderson next week. Mayor Anderson leaves Sun day for Winnipeg to attend a convention of the Canadian Pharmaceutical Association. He will return Wednesday. WEEKEND SPECIAL FAMILY DINNER FOR 2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN I Chicken Chow Mein I Sweet and Sour Spareritu 1 Deep Fried Shrimps, Breaded or Pineapple Chicken I Chicken Fried Rica ALL FOR ONLY................ Delivered lo Your Home Piping Holl 3 .95 Open Weekdays 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. 327-0240 327-2297 PHONE THE Across From The CPR Depot Judges here Sept. 16 Nikka Yuko Gardens may receive award The Lethbridge Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens mil be re- viewed Sept. 16 by a panel of judges who will decide if the menl. REPAIR STARTS MONDAY-The job of clearing debris from ihe Holiday Inn project site at 4lh Ave. S. and Mayor Magralh Drive is scheduled to get under way next week. Art Batly, Holiday Village president, said as soon as the debris has been cleaned up work will begin on repairing the building, which should be functional again somelime in Oclober. Work en Ihe hotel, adjacent to th? partially collapsed Glendale Bowl, has been slowed since July 19, the dale of the mishap. Double crews will be put on Ihe project next week somelime and ihe hotel should be back on schedule wilhin two weeks, Mr. Batly said. Clearing of the debris was delayed pending a decision from Ihe insurance company He'll Know What to Do! HUGH OLSON PLUMBING HEATING SERVICE Phone 327-7689 1 see us for expert PHOTO Anglo Distributors Stereo Photographic Centre 419 Slh Sired South Phone 328-6922 COMPLETE AIR CONDITIONING FEDOR'S REFRIGERATION Ph. 327-5816 SALE AUGUST 16th thru AUGUST 21st ONLY 7ELIER-SAFEWAY SHOPPING CENTRE Mayor Mcigralh Drive Phone 328-7576 One HOUR "minim: THE MOST IN DRY CLEANING WESTMINSTER VILLAGE 131h Slreet Norlh Phone 327-6726 MEN'S SLACKS LADIES' SLACKS MEN'S SUIT JACKETS LADIES' SUIT JACKETS LADIES' PLAIN SKIRTS each WHITE SHIRTS Laundered to perfection, folded or on hanger EACH 30' BE WISE-MARTINIZE Open Daily a.m. lo 6 p.m. Thursday ond Friday till 9 p.m. C A Sheet Metal Ph. 328-5973 Crafts festival here The Oldman river1 Crafts Festival is being held today and tomorrow in Indian Bat- tle Park. Sponsored by Messenger, a local Opportunities for Youth project, the festival has been organized by Peter Redvers ami Shaw. Crafts displays, exhibits and folk music will liighlight the two-day event. Feslifair, a group of craft specialists from Edmonton, mil be Hiere with workshops, discussions and xhibits. The festival is open throughout the day and eve- ning. Nomination filing deadline Monday Monday is nomination day across the province for candi- dates in the Aug. 30 provincial election. Nomination papers are to be filed Ixrtween noon and 2 p.m. at the returning office in the candidate's constituency. The returning office for the Lethbridge East riding is lo- caled in Shoppers World, while the Lethbridge West riding is at 2nd Ave and 8th St. S. Six candidates are expected to file papers in the two Leth- bridge ridings. Selected by the parties to contest the election in Leth- bridge West are Dick Gruen- wald, Social Credit, Dick Gray, Progressive Conservative and Klaas (Charlie) Buijert, NDP. Candidates for Lethbridge East are Johnnie Anderson, so- cial credit; Richard Barton, Gardens should receive a Vin-1 Fifteen projects from a total cent Massey Award for excel-1 Of 97 submitted by cities across lence in the urban environ- Canada u.m recejve awards to be presented after the Judges have seen all die projects. The judges for the new award are Humphrey Carver, chairman, an Ottawa town planner, Michel Barcelo, a Montreal town planner, Mayor Sidney Buchwold of Saskatoon, Gerald Fortin, sociologist from. Quebec City and Doris Shad- bolt, a Vancouver art curator. Mr. Fortin said the 97 de- signs subrrjUed revealed an "inlcrcst in bringing back the urban centre as something vi- able where people can walk, sit around and meet." Conservative and Doug Poile, NDP. The Liberals did not nomin- .ale candidates in Lethbridge for the election, and no independ- esl in running here. Strange business The city police report four school buses parked on the Enerson's car lot on Mayor Magralh Drive were broken into and the jacks removed. The thieves Uien used the newly-stolen jacks lo raise a car owred by Ray Cook of 453 20th St. N. and remove the wheels and tires valued at ?300. A police investigation con- tinues. Ah, well Hot today, cooler tomorrow, ular. it left only .09 inches of no rain in sight that is the rain on the ground. story fa familiar one) horn flic Lelhbridgc weather office. While the forecast high foi' today is around the DO degree mark, Ihe weatherman holds out some hope of a more rea- sonable 80 degrees as Sunday's high. Needless Io say. it will he sunny both days. There is no immediate prospect of rain. The last rain to fall in Lelh- bridge was Aug. 7, one week ago It was only a Irace of pre- cipilalion; the last real rain- fall was the noon hour cloud- burst Aug. 3. While speclac- Friday's high reading was 01 degrees; it went to 50 degrees overnight. Tonight's low should be in the tame range. Lethbridge Window Cleaners "20 Years of Service" PHONE 327-4037 CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. PHONE 327-2822 SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELUNG Phone 328-2176 EXTIUCING 1VINE U n i v e r -ity researchers in Cairo have found a way of ex- tracting wine from water mel- on seeds. MISSING from T810 15 Ave. S. Aug. lllh GRAND TURISIMO 10 SPEED BICYCLE Lime Yellow Color REWARD Phone 328-4840 or conlocl THE CITY POLICE MOVING? CALL AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITIONING and WINDOW COOLERS CHARLTON and HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVENUE S. PHONE 326-3368 ALONG THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL SHOW HOMES OPEN NOW at 25th St. and 12th Ave. N. FIVE FLOOR PLANS AND 15 STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM ee bedroom homes varying from 960 square feet lo square feef, bath and a half, sliding patio doors. STANDARD FEATURES AT NO EXTRA COST Double stainless steel sinks Rolled formica counter lops Oak kifehon cabinets Slove hood exhaust fan Frosl-frcc refrigerator 1wo door, 13 cu. ft. 4Q ounce nylon shag car- pel throughout (except kit- chen and balhrfiom) !i in. foam underlay 30 inch eleclric ronqs Milk chutn Gravel driveway Pull bnsomcnl Mosaic lila in balhroom lo shower head Dryer coble All legal fees Ono years' firn Insurance Poured concrete sidewalks Ono year warranty and Domco lino In lutchei bathroom Double medicine cabinet Razor outlet in balhroom Shower Vanity 40 gallon holwaler tank Humidifier Exterior car plug) Iwc exlerior water oullcl: In. insulation Low Low Down Payments FEATURES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE EXCLUSIVE SALES AGENTS COLLEGE MALL LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 328-3331 SHOW HOME 328-5382 John and Louise Anderson are making a door-to- door visir, handing ou-t brochures, name tags, sewing kits, matches and car slickers. They arc at iho home of Mr. and Mvs. Bruce Steed and family, 2926 12th Ave. S. Lelhbridge. Inserted by John Anderson, Social Credit Candidate for Lclhbridgo Ens I What We CommunicnlB visually And wft do it well. Decauso it's our business, Our livelihood and not Irast Impo Wo pnjoy doing itl Beautiful portraits by tho professiomili Of all your "special occasioni" Because wo at rlanl CHARGEX UTHBRIDGE AND TABER am M ;