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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? You pay no more lo deal through a travel agent for rosorvalioni mado direct with an airline. can issue tickcii at no extra coil. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 32B-3201 The Lethbndge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, August 22, 1972 PAGES 11 TO NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE, S, PHONE 328-7121 "Do you have a ipara pair of for holiday U of L statuary donated by Zoratti The University of Lcllihridgc will soon have a real conversa-1 lion piece on its campus it's called "Aperture" and stands 20 feet high, covers more than square feet and costs It consists of semi-circu- lar halves and a number of concrete steps lending up to thff structure. Tlie design of the monument makes construction very diffi- cult and painstaking, says Cornstock, coordinator of tile tJ of L's physical plant opera- tions. The material must all be poured ut once lo obtain y con- sistent texture. Once the forms are filled, they must lie vibrat- ed lo an crjunl degree so the concrete will have the same consistency. Dr. Bill Bcckel, president of the U of L, said the Ihcme of tlie "Aperture" could Ire open to various interpretations and explanations but it may he gen- PETEIl ZOItATTI School zones in effect Bill West, city police in-spee for in charge of traffic opera lions asks the cooperation o all motorists in olxjying schoo zone speed limits and cxercis ing caution when in the vicin ity of school yards. "As of all schoo 7oncs in ttie city will again re vert lo 20 mph, Monday through Friday. Tliesc schoo will he continuously pa trolled by police, and person, exceeding the speed limit, pass ing in a school zone, or failin; to yield the right-of-way to estrians will be he said. The 20 mph school zone limit is in effect from Jl a.m to a.m., a.m. to p.m. and 3 p.m. lo p. on all school days. Inspector West also ask motorists to be particular] cauiious when appronfliin youthful bicyclists on their wa to and from -school. "A bicycle and moment's loss of caution by molorist could end a chilli's ei ucalion in he said. rally taken as an atetract ork of art or as conveying the ea of "a beginning, an open- or a passing through to the uture." Tlie finished campus will re- olvc around the central monu- ent, said Dr. Beckel. The Aperture" is located southr asl of the recently-completed hysical Education and Arts milling. 'fhe design was donated to ho U of I, by Arthur Erickson f Vancouver, the man who onceived and prepared tho !ans for the entire campus. The structure itself is being onatcd to the university by the 'cter Zoratli family of Lelh- ridge and Pincher Creek. Mr. -oralli, 88, has been a resident f Southern Alberta since 1903. The "Aperture" will be un- eiled by Premier Peler Loug- ccd during the official open- ng ceremonies of the U of L t. 22, and 24. million market for south corn "Tlie corn revolution has tit Dr. Don Wilson, icad of the plant services section of the Res- earch Station, told the Leth- iridgc "Rotary club Monday. He said there was a mil- ion market for southern AI- >erta grain com, a market cur- rently served only by J.S. imports. In 192G the corn acreage In he south was last year only The earlier splurge ;as for silcage, which is still :he main purpose. But grain com will now como into its own, The short season had been he main, impediment to ripcn- ng corn here, but that has >een licked, he said, by earlier m atn ring va rieli es a nd by early planting late April in- stead of late May. The hazard of spring frosts liad been great- ly exaggerated. Corn is one of the most ef- ficient of plants in the photo- synthesis operation, Dr. Wilson satd. Whereas an acre of native grass in soul heroic rn Albert a srodu ccd on [y 200 pounds of dry matter in a year, an acre of corn could do the-same in four hours under ideal condi- tions, Fifty to sixty bushels per acre was Ihe break-even point with irrigated corn, he said, Experienced growers should average 70 to 80 bushels, with the good ones getting 100 bush- els per acre. Dr. A. E. Palmer, former Re- search Station head, said the Ivcthbridge station has "one of the best groups of plant breed- ers on this continent." Dr. Hill aIso a former station head, remarked that in crops I he lem always was to bridge the gap from successful ox peri mentation lo commercial ap- plicalion. DRY SKIN CARE! Alpha Keri Therapeutic Bath Oil Helps roliovo dry, ilchy skin and mfld skin irritations. locals, and softens skin. oz. boltlo 2-95 5.20 16 oi. bolllo..................... Domol Bcifh Shower Oil "An effective, pleasant way to lubricate your skin and relieve itchy discomfort. 8 oz. boltlo 2 "WHERE SAIES ARE BACKED BY SERVICE" McCREADY-BAINES_________ PHARMACY LTD. CHARGE? 6H 3rd Avo. S. Phono 327-3S55 Also opcrnling WA7ERTON PHARMACY 17D. in Watorton Nnliona! Park UNIQUE CONSTRUCTION A project with a distinctive Is now under construction at the University of Lothbridge. When it is completed in September, the monument will cover square feet and will stand 20 feet high. The modernistic structure, called is being donated to the U of L by Peler Zoratti, a long-tima resident of southern Alberta. It will be unveiled during the official opening of the campus next monlh. -Ed Finlay Photo Welfare changes in works By RUDY 1IAUOKNKDFR Jlcrnlil Slaff Writer Bruce Rim-son, chief deputy minister of health and social development .said n massive overhaul of the province's pub- lic assistance program could take place ;is early as this fall. Tlie overhaul would include a more equitable method of car- ing for the needy, more job training programs to reduce Rent seminar Wednesday ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENIAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldo. 222 5th SI. S. Phono 338-4093 LEROY'S PLUMBING GASFITTING SERVICE WORK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE 328-8403 welfare numbers, and ;i stcp- pcd-iip pace in rid of the welfare voucher system, lie- said (hiring a telephone news conference this Referring Lo a government position paper released recent- ly, ho saifi a more construc- tive, system is to Inck- le problems, v.'Kh particular emphasis to given lo re- storing the incentive (o work. The government will look at a sliding income system for recipients which would allow Iliem (o cam more than the maximum of now allowed Ixtfore penalty, Ati incomes lest to look at. in- dividual person or family needs could be introduced. In short, Weed cutting time Clean the weeds out o{ your I'car lane now lo minimiv.e snow drifting next winter, the city weed inspector says. Ken Corraine, who is siblo for controlling noxious weeds in the city, has been re- ceiving an increasing of complaints about weed growth in rear Lines. T.ocal residents are asked (o control the weeds Itchiml their own property and report any other weed problems to Mr. Corraine at 32R-2.1I1. If Ihe weals are allowed to flourish, they create a firo haz- ard in Ihe fall, when I hey (try out, and a base on which Ihe snow can drift in Iho winter, Mr. Corralno says. this could mean persons rcquir ing assistance would not in fu lure be limited by the SMO pe single person or per tarn ily assets clause. At present, ndividuals quiring assistance must disposi of assets above and beyond th maximum allowable befor getting help. Improved and more job train ing schemes such as last fall' Priority Employment Progra could be termed as a work-tor wages program. Mr. Rawso said, commenting on a wor for welfare question. The problem of who won! provide the services and foo tho cost was left unanswered In the government's posilio wen- outlined four alte native methods of dealing wit question. All or one con! I provide the answer, ho said. Some o( the suggestions le either the provincial or mun cipal governments in complct c( Mrol. However, l.hn federal govm incut, which fnots half the we faro bill, has IK- say at all, Mr llawsmv said. "It's entirely provincial area of concern." Questioncd about a cost living increase clause in an new plan, he said advice i steadily being obtained fron specialists. While a cost of living clans lias yet lo be designed lo fi into the new plans, "sometlnn lias to be He said Ihe governmcn hopes lo get a lot of input int any new plan design from th public before drawing any con elusions. An altitude poll of some citizens, selected at random will be conducted later, lie said The poll will followed u at. a future date, at which tim (he government will analyze a' liludcs toward tho recommend cd program. In dog- Town admits in stormy By HUDY HAUGENEDEK felt the council had hrok- consider hiring a full-time Herald Slaff Writer another law. catcher. the conclusion of the to the meeting, the at- PICTURE The law council advised the delega- general's department has to be followed to tbc letter. particularly those persons ordered (he RCMP to That was the lesson learned had had animals killed, to a full investigation into by town council here last night in writing a bill for destruction of the dogs, a as it met a delegation of 13 said In an interview- irate pocple protesting also promised on the outcome of shooting of four dogs by out the town's bylaws to investigation, both criminal town administrator, Earl letter in the future, and civil charges may be laid told the delegation they the town, he said. During an often nested, two-hour debate in this ity's smoke-shrouded town council chambers, elected town officials admitted they had reaction travened their own bylaws by ordering the destruction of the dogs last housing problems, The town's dog bylaw any dogs round up must you paying too organization will be tipoundcd for three days rent? Is your a survey next week to description of the into a small, if the city needs must be posted on a dog apartment public housing. bulletin board for at least Call city hall and is the only city ia hours before the animal is the community province without It. or there's a study depends on your However, the dogs shot you Can be preventive so- week were shot almost expect to be sen-ices director Tony iately on capture, Mr. into a says. i A provincial the survey shows (hera Duane Oliver, deputy mayor, said he ordered the and city hall are trying to determine enough people in Letli-bridge who are on low or fix- of the dogs following needs arc before anything can te incomes and are inadequately housed, the govern- plaints of dogs running in I you are a senior will be asked to put up He said his instructions a large chunk of rental units. issued in nrcordance with goes toward rent scale set by tho provincial Dangerous Dog city hall. The same slarts at a month, which states any animal young families and on a per month in- ing or attempting lo injure parents with It can be as high as mans can be at a month if the monthly However, Lhe issue was Alberta Housing is Above l bated and virtually defeated says anything per cent of your income is members of the delegation, an 25 per cent of your for rent. 1 argued that tbc dogs is too much for Tobin or Bill Brown were acting naturally, the people to ask for sidering they were you call 323-2341. a bitch in beat. They also pointed out that no one- was nor threatened with harm the dogs, and steadfastly clutched to the town bylaw which protected their pets. Mr. Oliver, who last city Automate GLUE GUN KIT an operation was filling in for the mayor wlw was on holiday, pointw out none of the dogs destroya 30t'c town prohibition city police last night -seized 42 cases of stolen beer and arrested four 7 Gluo Sticks 7 Chaulk Sticks Admitting the error of his Police Detective Portable Bench r. structions he said: told The Herald u. didn't follow Ihe bylaw. resulted from a Reversible storage or (council) didn't follow the tip to tlie police n- law but we get it iti the persons, all juveniles, Instruction Book A secondary issue brought into a CP Rail train Carrying Case by tho delegates was Hie a siding near llth St. Model 2400 Auto se posing of the dogs in a hidden Ihe stolen beer Gun le dump ordered closed by Ideal for Home, rc provincial healtii four juveniles are School, Hobby Councillors said, because to appear in juvenile Workshop n. land was owned by the week to answer they could dump and bury any m dead animals they wanted break, enter and HARDWARE 327-5767 3r_ The same privilege, the coui m cillors said, was available BLACK, Certified Denial rk any community resident. The reply resulted in DENTAL from an unbelieving DENTAL tovel PHONE 011 IT- lie in you can't 10 to heat cl] Tim health ministers of out of the r province will meet in a her to discuss the dations of tbc special of care report released ny Dr. J. E. Bradley, chairman is the Alberta Hospital tCT m Commission said iSS Dr. Bradley withheld se iate comments on the tit which called for (lie ng ment of community clinics as a means to :HlKjr nt the rising cost of health o "As tho report was ic only yesterday, we haven't n- a chance to study it." be "Tho Alberta government n, means to provide health and PASTRY d. at a reduced cost, and this ip port was commissioned by 202T 3rd AVE. S PHONE nc health ministers a year it- Tho health ministers will 1701 M.M. DRIVE PHONE id- Uiis report this fall and an ;