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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LE1HBRIDGE HERAtD Thur-.iiay, Auguit 24, 1972- AMA gives coniniiuiitv clinics conditional support The Alberta Medical Associa- tion is prcpiu-wl to support an experimental project of a com- munity health clinic, but is op- posed" to the idea of putting physicians on salary, Dr. James Oshiro ot Coaldale said today. Dr. Oshiro. president elect of the AMA, said the AMA sub- mitted a brief to the Hastings commission last spring. In it, (he AMA said the proved community health clinic should involve no compulsion or mono- poly. "We feel there should an experimental project to see if the community health clinic he said. "The commu- nity health clinic should have no elements cf compulsion to either the physicians or the patient, no elements of mono- poly to restrict physicians who do not %vork with Ihe commu- nity health clinic from practis- The medical profession has unusual working conditions and should be paid on a fee-for- service basis, Dr. Oshiro said. "We are opposed lo tho idea of having doctors as salaried em- ployees." He warned that 11 physicians were employed on a salary basis by the community health clinics, "Ihe doclors in small cities and towns will leave for the big cities." Dr. Osliiro said he iwi-sonally does not feel it is possible lo reduce health care costs uif Ciinactiaas want lo Inivo our of L continuing education -praised by former students Two in u, i .1 wide variety of vocations, present health cave system con- nolhing fw ,he conlitming education courses being otftTed at the University of Mr. and Mrs. llnrlley of '2-IW llth Avc. N. and Mr. Mrs. txiuis liluekens of 120 Corvette Crescent began taking night courses at ttie U of 1- last spring. Mr. Bluekcns, a Canada Man- power counsellor, and bis wife, ;i registered imrso at Sift on Home, both look the introduc- .ory psychology courses Mr. Hartley, vice principal of George MeKillop Elemen- tary School took two sociology courses while his wife, who is a part time long distance op- erator at ACT, took a course in psychology. "You have to try to keep up with the said Mr. Blue- kens. "I've found psychology to extremely valuable to me because I deal with all kinds of people in my job." Mrs. Bluckens said she bas found her studies useful in help- ing bra- gain a tetter under- standing of Ihe behavior of the many children who come to Sifton House. "I find it has helped me to tinned." "As tons as the cost of living is getting expensive, the cost of health care will be getting he said. Bauer, Muir win Calgary rose awards Charlie Bauer and Bernlce Muir of IvCthbridge each copped two firsts during the rose judging competition as part of the 1972 Calgary Horti- cultural Show. Mr. Daucr captured Ihe P. J, Timnis Trophy for the best pink hybrid tea rose and the second Hoyal National Rose Society Bronze Medal for three Floribvmda sprays of differing colors. Mrs. Muir took Ihe Calgary Rose Society Bronze Medal for the best three hybrid tea roses of one or more colors and the Hockyview Garden of Peach trophy for the best grandi- flora. Mrs. Hartley, who also works Indinn children through ho LDS Church, in addition to icr job ns a telephone opera- or, has found the psychology course lias helped in the sim- ple day to day tilings Ibat jvcryone goes through. "I think it would do anybody i lot of good. It helps a per- son to bo more tolerant and .inderstanding of people nnd FOR SALE BY OWNER BRAND NEW 26' CABIN CRUISER COMPLETE WITH TRAILER COMPLETELY FINISHED MOTOR NOT INCLUDED Contact Alfred Brau at Shaugnessy Phone 327-9617 understand the kids little bit she said. "My hus band and I look the same course and we studied together in the evenings." Mr. Hartley took the two soc- iology courses as part of his degree program. He has found the courses have enabled him to be more tolerant and tact ful in his dealings with elemen tary school children. "In broadening your oullool on people, I feel you can worl more effectively with he said. "I'm very pleased that the university is broadening iL selection of evening courses, really appreciate what the. arc trying to do in thLs area." what they are trying lo she snid. She feels it is ulso a good example to her children lo sec their parents attending univer- sity and studying right along with them. All four said they plan to take more courses this fall. They nil agree that it is liard work but well worth the effort. Car dealership tabled by An application lo establish a new-car dealership at MS fith St. S. was tabled by the Mu- nicipal Planning Commission Wednesday pending interpreta- tion of a section of the zoning bylaw by the city solicitor. The controversial clause deals property in use be- fore the zoning bylaw was pass- ed but which Is a non-conform- ing use now. Before adoption of the bylaw, tho property housed an automo- bile dealership. When that deal- ership was moved earlier this year, zoning came into affect disallowing automobile sales at that location. The applicant, Tom Lavers, said the franchise, a Mercury dealership to be called Lonsdale Mercury, depends on Ihe Oth St. property being ap- proved. He said although the bylaw does not specify a six-month grace period lo get a new ten- ant be allowed, it does not say such a period cannot be allow- ed. "It Is not a reasonable stance for an arm of the govcrnmcnl to take to not allow a period of Mr. Lavers said. 324-13th St. North 20" GARDEN MASTER GAS ROTARY LAWN MOWER Feafurej 3 K.P, 4 cycle Brigcji-Stratlon Engine. Easy recoil start, QQ low profilo ileel dsck. 7" ONLY NORTH LETHBRIDGE "Your Pro Store For Hord-To-Find Hardware" Phone 328-4441 POINTS THE WAY TO GREAT SAVINGS ON THE BALANCE OF OUR SUMMER MERCHANDISE. "PENNANT" EXTERIOR HOUSE AND FENCE PAINT A quolity oil baia poinf. While only. 1 GAL............ EACH O.O3 2 OR MORE GALLONS EACH 3.29 18" ELECTRIC GARDEN MASTER MOWER A favourite with the ladies, blade, quiet, lightweight and running. Large 1 h.p. motor, cajt aluminum deck, 6-inch ONLY 69 Tvnn easy ,99 TRAVEL AIRE COOLERS By McGRAW EDISON They humidify og they cool. Three models (o choote from, Ideal for living room or bedroom. it Single Speed 39.99 it Two Speed 7able 54.99 RCA AIR CONDITIONERS A 6000 B.T.Lf. unit to take care of a large room, Do-it- yourself inifollaiion. Thermostat controlled. Very low oper- atfonal noiie. PRICED TO CLEAR ONLY EA. T h c commission suggested ilr. Lavers approach city coun- cil to have tho land rczoncd, if ho city solicitor's interpreta- ion ir> that there is no grace >criod. The MFC was also indeci- sive on a request for approval of plans for a tennJs clubhouse "or the new Henderson Park tennis courts. The matter was tabled be- cause the plans include a park-- nfi lot on the tennis court site. The commission members were not in favor of putting moro Barking lots in the area, rea- soning there is sufficient park- ing provided for all facilities at the Henderson Park Ice Centre, half a block west of the tennis courts. Community s ervices depart- mcnt officials will be asked to appear at next week's MFC meeting [o discuss the plans. The MFC did approve an ap- plication from Fiorino Homes Ltd. to build a warehouse at 355 Stafford Drive. An application from Texaco Canada Ltd. to expand an exist- ing service station at 140G 3rd Ave. S. was also approved. LOW RENT, PUBLIC HOUSING Lolhbridge is in o class by itself. II doos not one unit of public housing. Tho Alberla Housing Corporation and the cily are taking slops to change that. Low ronlal public housing, such as the complex above, is provid- ed in other cities in the provinco for rents in Ihe to per monlh range. A sur- vey will be conducted next week to determine the extent of Lethbridge's needs for sim- ilar housing. Housing officials visit city More horticulture winners The Alberta Horticultural As- sociation has presented three special provincial awards for exhibits entered in the 10th an- nual provincial flower show that took place in Lethbridge Aug. 19 and 20. The provincial show took place simultaneously with the 50th annual Lethbridge flower show and the national gladiolus show. For the aggregate points in the show, the Dr. J. Cardy Memorial shield was presented lo Nelson Sullivan of Lethbridge. The Dorothy Tolmie award for the person outside Leth- bridge with the highest aggre- gate, was awarded to L. Mc- Arlhur of Red Deer. The Alix Horticultural Society trophy for the highest aggre- gate in the arrangement class- es for a person outside of Leth- bridge, also awarded to L. McArthur of Red Deer. 169 .00 Officials from tire Alberta Housing Corporation will be in Lelhbridge Monday to begin a week-long study of housing needs in the city. They had expected between 150 and 200 people to respond for the survey. So far, only 35 people have called cily hall about their housing problems. Figures such as 100 and 150 have been mentioned in con- nection with previous surveys done on the low-rental housing More geographers to visit A second group of Interna- tional geographers will txj vis- iling southern Alberta later this week. Sixty-five members of the In- ternational Geographers' Con- gress are making a cross-Ca- nada trip following Ihcir con- vention in Montreal. They will arrive in Medicine Hat Aug. 26 where they will bo met by members of the Uni- versity of Lcthbridge geog- raphy department and escort- ed to Lethbridge. After a brief tour of Ihc area, they'll leave for the west coast on the last leg of their trip. The geographers arc from Mexico, France Belgium, Swilzerland, Germany, Eng- land, Holland, Finland, Italy, South Africa and Madagascar. A similar group visited the area earlier Ibis month. needs for senior citizens. Tony Tobin, director of pre- ventive social services for Ihe cily, suggested these same poo- 24" Barbecue Grill for rais- 6" Hew deep fire ratchet fi Ing ond lowering grill. Detachable tripod logs, ONLY EA. GARDEN HOSE Ploilic transparent green garden In popular sizes. x 50' Only ea. 2 49 x 75' Only ea. Og SLEEPING BAGS A real cozy bag poplin ou iliell and 4 Ib. wool blend fill. with all around zipper......... ONLY EA. PATIO TABLE This versatile tablo fi round ar attractive colors. AH me fa I conslruction, ONLY EACH LAWK CHAIRS Colarfuf lawn chain. Lounge fix 16 web, lighrweight yef sfurdy QQ afuminum frome. ONLY EA. Cove- feel. MELNOR OSCILLATING SPRINKLER ,99 2200 square ONLY EA. GEM CANNING JARS Gem conning jars tne melol map Jid. 12 per case. Medium Gem, qtv only. ONLY CASE ELECTRK KETTLE GEearriinq chrome oval thapcd Deluxo 2 qt, IIZQ. QE 1 500 ONIY EA. 15 GIFTS FOR THE NEW BRIDE FROM CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC G.E. TOASTER 2-slice, Toaster- walls. fnd conlrol end compact panels. 950 20 Education students join ATA Kducation students nt the I University of Lcthbridge have been Tho constitution for Student Local of the Alberla Teachers Association was approved rc- cc-nlly giving U of L students a vtjice in the affairs of the pro- vincial association. They will have membership on all ATA commitlies hut will not have a vote. All education students at tho U of L are automatically mem- bers of Ihe local unless they risk to be excluded. There are abnut 100 members in Ihe local, A grant frnm Ihe ATA '.'.ill ho used lo help get Iho local operational. G.E. BUFFET STYLE 11" FRY PAN Complete with tilt legi and probe con- trol, immeri- iblo. Deep lid. 1200 wolti. ONLY EA. 22 ELECTRIC FRY PAN I 1 Inch deluxe slylo fry pan. Polished aluminum and stick han- dl OS die. 3200 wotJs, 18 MANY OTHER SEASONAL ITEMS ARE RED TAGGED AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES TO CLEAR. SHOP YOUR "PRO" HARDWARE STORE 324-13th St. North NORTH LETHBRIDGE "Your Pro Store For Hard-To-Find Hardware" Phone 328-4441 V of L has two new degrees The University of Lcthbridgi will offer full-degree program in music and fine arts this fall Students registered in th faculty of arts and science ma now obtain their bachelor c fine arts- or bachelor of degrees at thn U of L. Previous ly, students had to transfer t another institution to complet (heir degree program. Both programs consist of total of 'JO courses JO genera arts and science courses nncl 3 music courses. Students I: offered studio courses in voic and piano as well as munic hi. tory, theory and composition. The fine arts degree offer students concentration in ni a studio emphasis dcpcm mg on special interests. In working towards both di grecs, students, don'f, have I apply for admission to the di ftrcc program until the bcgii nlntf of their Uiird year. A sii dent may enrol in general ar and science and switch to (t fine arts field when he is sured of his area of specialize tion. 2 ONLY GREAT DAYS LEFT SCHOOL COLOR PORTRAIT SPECIAL PLUS HANDLING ALL THIS WEEK o Limit 5 to 12 yonrs A. E. CROSS STUDIO Still Located at 710 3rd Ave. S. 328-01T1 PHONES 328-02J2 Nutrition oven ,o all The University of Lcthlmdge ill offer a course in the baste oncepls of nutrition on five "omlay evenings from Oct. 23 Nov. 20. Tho course is open lo every- ic interested in the foods they at and Iheir nutritional value, he fee is ?7 for adults and >r students and senior citi- ens. Registration forms are avail- blc nt the U of L from tha csistrar's office on the Eevenlh cvcl. Certificates awarded to 16 A total of 19 students rc- cived certificates of comple- ion during a graduation par do at the Kenyon Field Arm ries which marked tho finis] f the student summer employ netit plan sponsored by the Janadian Armed Forces. About 100 persons attcndcx ho graduation exercises whic vcre officiated by Major D Graham, commander of t 20tli Independent Field Batte stationed at the armories. Other Lclhbridgo miUtia di( nitarles in attendance were L Jol. Fred King, U. Col. R. A Jacobson and Lt, Col. Ra le may not be calling to be In- ludcd in next week's survey ecausc they think they liavo ready included. That is ot (he case, he saiil. II is also not the case that nly senior citizens would qual- y for low-rental public hous- ig, Mr. Toliin said. 1'c-ople at 11 nge levels, in low or fixed icome categories, can qualify. Wbat tlicy should do is call ity ball, 328-2111, If their ex- i! accomixlations are inad- ciuate or cost them more than 5 per cent of their income. Senior citizens covered in revious surveys should ripply o city hall again. BYU students n concert Friday at 8 Forty onr. students of Brig- ham Young University will present a variety show Friday at fi p.m. in the LDS Stake Cen- tre. The group, called tho Lam- anitc Generation, is composed of students of International ori- gin, and Its act features the tribal and ceremonial dances nf tlK- various nations. The concert Is open to (ho general public, with ickcts available at the door. McDonnell's ARE 29" 2002 3rd AVE. S. GIGANTIC STOCK REDUCTION AUCTION SALE OF STANDARD AUTO PARTS LTD. at 315 8th St. S. SATURDAY, AUGUST 26th, 1972 10 A.M. Voltage regulators, display clocks, tire palchinf] equip- ment, cailta oil ond gas ccMifJvos, ifarlinq fluid, full ie, 0-4 inch micromoten with cato and Ici1 rinp tiling gauge, large selection ipark plugi, quantity of miicellaneoui aulo parts, fuel filters, motor and lioht on wficcU, scale, Imllory icrvico hollcry chtirrjer, voltage rcgulalor, univorial joinU, slonus for lislo Ivones, Bundyflox, refrineraiion lubing English ehamoii, professional wain mills, Jacobi chucks, tools, imp tie I sockets, ignitions, Ifghls, e ho mica Is, aerials, sols of wrenches fmelne anrf turllo wax, lubricants, on li-f recur! tcilon, V-W rinfl compm'Ofj, thcrmoitols, blotk hooters, nivti and bolfs, bulbs of all kinds, hosoi. PLUS THE FOLLOWING OFFICE EQUIPMENT: Double oaV offico several courtiers, office tabtfii, rotary filrn, chain, purls cojntrjFS, and sholvos, secretory dry pliolacopief, counte Innuei, racks, counter bill chutes, paper cutler. Many moro Iferm far loo nurreroui 10 lltl display r caln- BRONCO TX4 MINI-BIKE (ntw with full warranly) PlUSr Promiumi Phot offered Hastings olc., all lop of Ihe lino qua lily: Digital electric clock, trann'sror wallets, sun- glcmei, carving sots, stock knives. 1962 GMC W TON TRUCK Standard Aulo Paris am Relocating lo llfi 8th V. S. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Wg respectfully tugrjotl that you attend oarly for Ihii li an unuiually frna tale