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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? u pay no moro deal through travel ugonl for orvDlloni ma do dirocl un ctirFino. Wo tun lituo You roiot tickati at no extra toil. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 328-3201 SECOND .SECTION Alberta, Tlmrsday, August 24, 1972 PACES 11 TO 22 IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL B1DG. 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 "Do you have a spare pair of glcmel for holiday Municipal hospital is Incomes arid expenditures o! Ihc Lcthbridge Municipal Hos- pital for tlio firsl halt of this year totalled and respectively, showing a deficit of The deficit, however, was only half of Ihe budget- cd for, the General and Auxiliary Hospital and Nursing, Home District No. hoard was told at ils regular meeting Wednesday night. In the .samo period, Ihe Lclh- bridge Auxiliary Hospital had incomes of and expen- ditures of .showing a Admissions in the- firsl six months at the l.MH were slightly up from in the same period last year. The oc cupancy rate was lower, from (to.a per cent last year to E3.3 per cent. Administrator Andy Andreachuk explained this was duo to (lie fact that 15 more beds were added to the LMIf. Hoard chairman Frank Itu.s sell said the hospital aceralila- lion team from Edmonton visit- ed the l.MH at the beginning of tills month and their comments were favorable. A formal re- surnlus of Tins com- port on the renewal of the pared with a budgeted deficit of The S o u Ih 1 a n d Nursing Homo's incomes and expendi- tures wore and respectively, giving n bookkeep- ing surplus of However, SNH lo pay in principle nnd interest for ma- turing July 1, 1972. The net def- icit was The V.TIS informed by the Hospital Services Commission (hat tho budget for 3973 mast submitted by Sept. 1. 'Ihe Ixiard's budget commit- tee will meet in the third week of September and the full board will discuss the budget propo- sals at a special meeting Sept. 27 preceding the regular board meeting. LMII's accreditation is expect cd by the end of September. The Iward filed a letter from tlie Hoard of Industrial Rela- tions in Edmonton which certi fied the Canadian Union of Pub- lic Employees, 4DH in Uilhbridge as Ihe bargaining agent for employees of South- land Nursing Home. Homeo'ivner grants out Homeowner grants received at city hall Tuesday were mail- ed out today Hie properly owners who applied in July for their grants, an assessment de- partment spokesman says. The latest balch of grants, worth brings the total Kent by the provincial govern- ment fo IjCthhridgc this year to The arc available to all homeowners who have lived for at least 12f> days Ibis year in the house for which the grant, is applied. Homeowners over (iii years of age have the option of taking either the S7i> grant or a rebate of their taxes paid toward the school founda- tion program. The length ot lime between application- for and receipt of the grants is about six wricks. Two serious injuries in accident Two persons were Injured and two cars were demolished in a collision on a rural inter- section, three miles east of the city near Rrocksburn shortly before il p.m. Wedne day. RCMP report a vehicle driven by Edna Langcman, o( Coaldale, was in collision with a small IOCS foreign car, driven by Grace Marie Thics- sen, 20, of Follow ing the collision both cars came to rest in ditches. The Lange- tnan car was partially merficrt in an irrigation ditch Miss Thicsscn was reported in serious condition this mom- ing at Lcthhridge Municipal Hospital with multiple cuts and broken bones. Mrs. Lnngeman, also In I-cth- bridge Municipal Hosptal, was reported in fair condition with multiple cuts and bruises. HCMP estimated damages to both cars would lotal aliout Lighter controls on education finance? By IKIN cAt.mvF.i.i, licrald Sl.ilt Writer The educational finance pie may he cut differently, but the ingredients will remain much the same if a report to the pro- vincial government is adopted. The report of the Minister's Advisory Committee on Educa- tional Finance recommends that present money controls imposed en local school hoards IK lifted but new ones should be developed. The report also suggests that the plebiscite regulations be removed, which rnean.s that citizens would no longer have the jiower lo veto local requisi- tion increases. At the present time, if school boards find themselves faced with a budget shortage, they have lo gel permission of tax- payers before they can increase the mill rate. Under Hie pro- posed plan, tltis would no long- er he necessary school dis- tricts could requisition what- ever funds they needed. However, the report stales that there should some form Lease protects tenant HOLEY TEARER Old sidewalks In Ihe downtown area aro being ripped up and replaced wilh new concreto which should last another 30 to 40 years. Paul Slober of Ldicln. Hat has complied sidewalk renewals in front o o building and th. now Alberla Motor Associ bu.ld.ng. week, 5. S. S be.ween 4lh and 5th Ave. is getting Iho renewal trea Imonr. X CASH AND CARRY SPECIAL! BEAUTIFUL FRESH GLADIOLUS DOZEN, ONIY........ FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322 -6lh Street Soulh Phono 327-5747 Armed forces film Friday and Saturday A film portraying the exper- iences of the Canadian Armed Forces as they seek to fulfill Canada's national commilrncnt to the cause of world peace through membership in Ihe North Atlantic Treaty organi- zation will lie shown at Ihc Centre Village Mall Friday and Saturday. Knlitlcd Code Name: Opera- tion Dunning .lump, the 15- mimitc film is Iho culmination of the work of four movie crews who exposed Ot.OOO feet of 10 mm. color film to achieve the multi-imago presentation. demolition in September Ily ORFT. RTcINTYRE Herald Staff U'rilrr Oldlimers like George Watson Sr. will take Iheir last "for old lime's sake" stroll past Central School in the nexl few weeks before Ihc old hrick building is demolished. The school al 5th Ave. be- ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Bldg. 222 5lh SI. S. Phono 328-4095 Sorvo Tho Perfect Food For All Occasions KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN "M'j Finger LieklnGoocl" 1 SPECIAL SAVINGS ON BULK ORDERS FOR SMALL OR LARGE PARTIES! BREAD PIES PASTRIES BIRTHDAY and ANNIVERSARY CAKES Wo deliver anywhoro in Southern A Iberia FOOD and PASTRY SHOP 2021 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 378-8161 1701 M.M. DRIVE FHONE 328-7751 .Jeffrey Caiman lo play here The YOIIIIR Artist Series fcatui'iiif! soloi.rl Jeffrey Cai- man of lAJthbridjje, will pre- sent a concert Sept. 15 at p.m. in (Jio Yatcs Memoria Cenlrc. lie performance is one o nun1 rciiNTrt.s KIVCII on a loui of Alberla, Saskatchewan am Manitoba. The scries, sponsor cd by Hie Canadian Fcderatioi tif Music Teachers, is in its .11s season. Jeffrey Caiman is an IB year-old piar.ist and a inusif student ol Willard Schullz n Ihc University of Calgary. 11 was Ihe of the ycnnif; ar lists division of Ihe Spokan Fo-stival, and has since lo pTay with tlio Spi kanc Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Caiman is Uic son of M and Mrs. Ily Caiman of Loth- bridpe. Tickets for tho concert nrc available at leister's M veen Ml) nnd 9th SI, S., was Iwo years ago in the face f dwindling enrolment In tho owntown area. Tho site will lie the location f n new million public li- rary scheduled for completion i 1974. Mr. Watson was among slu- ents when Ihc building opened i As n director of the local his- orical society, he asked tho ity in n recent letter to sal- age the cornerstone, the Sl- ower, four marble pillars, two irches and Iwo sandstone namo >latcs. Instructions to save tlicso irlifact.s "ill included in Deifications when lenders for icmolilioi: are called this week, he call for tenders will close Sept. II. Mr. Waison said the building not worth saving in its en- tirety. "The old school building wouldn't fit in with the. new li )rary and over-all developmenl of a c-ivic said Mr. Wai- Koscmary Allan, supervisor of the Sir Alexander Gait Mil scum, said samples of floor ;im baseboard mouldings and bani slcrs have already takci from Central School. Along fmnples of ston work, (liey will bo recorded anr kept, at Ihe museum as exam pics of early construction lech- niquc.s. Miss Allan said the corner- stone, Ix-lUower, arches and namo plates should photo- graphed in detail mid "chucked out." "What Is valuable Is Iho In- formation from these objects, not the building she said. We Just haven't got space lo tore old buildings." The building could be shed by as early as the end of cptemlicr. City manager Tom "Jutting said the demolition ontract Is to be awarded "im- mediately" upon receipt of bids Sept. 11. Architect for tho new library, George Watson Jr., Mr. Waison Sr.'s son, said working draw ngs will ready in about four months, A contract for construction of ho entire facility will Mobably be let in early 1973. The new library will Iw con- structed at tho north sido of .he Central School property. It single-storey struc- ___ a lower level and a square foot "multi-pur- pose" room 111 at can be used [or drama, art displays and meetings. The eity Mill soon place a le- gal notice in the newspaper in- forming the public that it in- tends lo borrow By MARM5NE COOKSIIAW Herald Slaff Writer Many clauses in a landlord- tenant contract wliich seem to favor the landlord in actuality are equally beneficial to tho tenants, says Jim McKinley, manager of Ashgrovc Apart- ments. Mr. McKinley was featured speaker at the fourth seminar of Problems in Renting, spon- sored by Wayne Clark, man- ager of Continental Apartments under Lhe Student Temporary Employment Program. Mr. McKinley agreed with the slatcment that the major- ity of Ihe clauses were slanted in the landlord's favor, "but the landlord is basically unpro- tected and has a lot more to lose lhan the tenant. "Most of the conditions arc striclly common court e s ies be said. "Tenants are protected from undesirable neighbors by the reslrictions normally placed on tenants." One calendar month's notice is required, preferably in writ- ing, lo announce either an in- tenlion to vacate or a notice of eviction. "This means Uiat Ihe notice must tie received before the beginning of Ihe month to be effective by the end of that said Mr. McKinley. "Not knowing this can often result in hard feelings. A ten- ant may give notice of his leaving on the first day of tho month, and technically the landlord could make him stay until the end of the following month, because the month's notice legally required Is a cal- endar month. "In the case of an apartment building, the manager has a commitment to Ihe owner to make n fair return, which can be done only hy keeping Ihe building he said, giving the owner's side of the reasons for sufficienl nolicc. The damage deposit held by the landlord must te returned to (lie lenant, either in full or with n statement of deductions plus interest, within 10 days after the tenant has vacated the apartment. If the tenant Is not satisfied with the results, he may lake his complaints to the small claims court. The cosl is mini- mal. An Important fact is that a damago deposit can used hy the landlord for repairs, while s security deposit may be used in lien of unpaid rent I and to cover cleaning expenses as well as for repairs. "The landlord usually makes his own guideline for judging said Mr. McKinley. He gave examples such as the decision lhat any stains on a carpet that shampooing would not remove was damage; and lhat in some cases the tenant was charged for all cleaning services while in others they were charged for cleaning re- quired after two hours. Mr. McKinley estimated that 50 per cent of tenants receive their damage deposit in full on leaving, 15 per cent have a de- duction of less the and the rest "have done substantial damage, often more than the deposit will cover." Another aspect ot damage was discussed: the situation where the tenant's property was damaged due lo a faull in the building. Mr. McKinley said this is an individual siluation, where some buildings carry an insur- ance policy covering such in- cidents, and some make the tenants liable for their own in- surance. "Where a tenant Is not being reasonably supplied with ser- vices for which he is paying, such as elevator service or air conditioning, the tenant may break a lease with relatively little problem In he said. A reference on a prospective tenant is immediately avail- able to a landlord from tho court bailiff. A copy of the Landlord-Ten- ant Act is available lo anyone for 35 cents by writing" the Queen's Printer in Edmonton. of control in this area lo pre- vent money hungry boards from going overlxaard at tho expense of local taxpayers. The report doesn't suggest any spe- cific controls. Dr. 0. P. Larson, publid schools superintendent, has sug- gested formation of a provin- cial board of reference to hear iccrning requisi- tion increases and with Uia power to approve or deny them. "If the government deems direct fiscal controls to be necessary, a system of pro- gressive fiscal controls should be introduced which would en- courage local expenditure mod- the report states. There Is also a suggestion (hat Ihe provincial government either reduce or eliminate prop- erty lax for education and re- gain the lost revenue through abolition of tho homeowner's grant and other sources. Tills could leave the door open for local school boards to step in and pick up the money which the provincial government once claimed in tax. The committee says the government should adopt the plan over a four-year period, subject to review every two years. Another major recommenda- tion of Ihe report is that the present maximum increase in classroom unit and support staff grants of six per cenl be- come Ihe minimum annual in- crease. That is, where six per cent is now the most a board can get for an increase, ttie re- port suggests it should become the leail. The report did not suggest a maximum. The committee's report, com- piled over the past 18 montlis, will provide Ihe framework for an educational finance plan to replace the three-year schema implemented in 1970 by the Social Credit government. The major concepts of tho old plan the foundation pro- gram and classroom unit grants would remain in ef- fect under the new proposal. CANADIAN MONEY Montreal stockbroker Richard Lafferty says there will be all- Canadian financial backing for Elizateth Taylor and Richard Burton's next project, two 90- minutc television dramas about divorce. through the sale of debentures to finance tho library. Objection to (he plan to by at least five per cent of (he registered electorate of tlie city, could stall the plan. SM! LEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phono 328-2176 CUFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB M1D1CAI DENTAL BIDG. lower Level PHONE 327-2871 WESTBEND STAINLESS STEEL 9 TO 18 CUP COFFEE MAKER Automatically brewi full flavored eof- every time. 1 Year Guarantee Hoyt's low Price Only Coll Housewaras 327-5767 DOWNTOWN COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 THIS !S THE VITAMIN SEASON ARE THE CHILDREN ACTIVE OR LISTLESS? Be sure lo ask your advko regarding a beneficial program For active lo ensure good hoallh during iSeso busy bock- lo ichool daysl NEED A PRESCRIPTION FILLED CALL 327-3555 "WHERE SALES ARE BACKED BY SERVICE" McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Avo. S. Phono 327-3555 Also opornling WATERTON PHARMACY LTD. 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