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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta SPECIAL CHRISTMAS CHARTER Calgary 21 days Depart Dec. 17th return Jan. 7th Only plut Conciliation Inturance Pliaio book Sept. 17th ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Contra Village Mall Phono 328-3201 The Lethbrulge Herald SECOND SECTION August 1973 PAGES 11 TO 22 LETHMIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower lovol 7th Stroot Shopping Mall Alboria Phwio 321-7411 FILING CABINETS CONCEPT IN CONSTRUCTION Trustees asked to back relocatable classrooms enormous but By JIM LOZERON Herald Staff Writer The planning and organiza- tional work involved in man- agement of the 1975 South- ern Alberta Canada Winter Games may ba enormous but Keith recently-ap- pointed manager of the games finds his new position a challenge. It is a once in a life time says Mr. who assumed his new posi- tion July 16. He is the former manager of Delta Acceptance and former owner of Southern Collection Agency and S-L Agencies Ltd. Because of the regional concept of the winter games Mr. Lees says the co-opera- tion and involvement of all communities in the district is vital. Lethbridge is less than one third the size of any previous city which has staged the games and will to a greater extent than ever be- communities in the sur- rounding area. The winter games here is regarded as a pilot project which couJd be followed by other smaller cities staging the games if it is successful. Individuals respond So he the re- sponse from of first imortance in making the games a has been favorable. Mr. Lees gave two reasons for his assessment of the high community interest an increase in the number of people who have come for- ward to volunteer their ser- vices in some capacity since the Southern Alberta bid was appro and the reception given to a ceremonial torch parade that preceded the Canada Summer Games in Burnaby in July. The torch parade went through 13 Southern Alberta communities which will par- ticipate in the whiter games. people who partici- pated in the torch parade said that they were better here than anywhere else they said Ivir. Lees. He said the response to the Southern Alberta winter games delegation which went to Burnaby was also favor- able. Mr. Lees said that the ab- sence of a large metropoli- tan city in close proximity to Lethbridge would not handi- cap this area pointing out that most of the visitors to the games in Burnaby came from outside the area. Experience will help And he said that the exper- tise gained by organizers and volunteers in staging the Southern Alberta Games dur- i g the past four years in Pincher Clares- holm in Bow 1972 and this year in Ray- be for Southern Alberta invaluable. Mr. Lees says the major problem faced by the games society is that posed by transportation how to move athletes and spectators from the place of accommo- dation to communities host- ing the sporting events. A system of mass transpor- tation will have to be devel- oped and possible solutions are now being considered by the society. A second task facing the society is that of providing accommodation for the athletes and to 000 spectators who are ex- pected to view the games. Mr. Lees said that the so- ciety is now booking ac- commodation for officials from each provincial govern- the NWT and the Yu- kon who will accompany their athletes to the games. Services held for former Albertan rep's wife Funeral services were held Sunday for Mrs. Isabella Her- 816 12th St. A. who died Saturday after a brief illness. Mrs. Herman was the wife of Nat Herman who retired this year after nearly 40 BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Installaticni Mi. 328-0372 2716 S. AIR CONDITION NOW with tin ROUND ONE Carrier ALCON REFRIGERATION LTD. SHEET METAL and AIR CONDITIONING 3214 43 St. S. Ph. 3J7-S8U years as Lethbridge circula- tion manager and editorial representative of The Albert- an. Mrs. Herman is survived by a two Mrs. Margurite and Mrs. Beverly her Mrs. James and a Alex Lethbridge. Thieves net in guns BROOKS More than 700 worth of hand guns and rifles were stolen Sunday from a sporting goods store In this 70 miles northwest of Medicine Hat. The store was broken into during the night. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CUNIC DENTAL MCCMANIC Bldg 222 5th SI S. Phone 323-4095 Beat The ADMIRAL B.T.U. AIR CONDITIONERS While They Last LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES 90S 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-4454 Construction of new schools should be limited to a basic building unit and relocatable- recommends a Calgary task force study to be presented to the Leth- bridge Public School Board tonight for support. The Alberta School Trus- tees' Association forwarded the Calgary Public School Board commissioned study suggests the basic building unit should be capable of ac- capting r e 1 o c a t able class- but should include permanent so- cial and ether neighborhood community facilities. The building unit would replace the old con- cept of constructing perma- nent school buildings design- ed to nreet'near peak project- ed enrolments. The task force also recom- mended a freeze on the con- struction of junior and senior high schools until expanded and improved busing pro- grams have allowed the board to take advantage of all spare classrooms. Should the provincial gov- ernment refuse to assist in the funding of neighborhood elementary basic building then the task force rec- ommends that neighborhood funding of these kinds of fa- cilities be considered. The public school board also be asked to support a pilot project of the Leth- bridge Association for the Mentally Retarded designed to bring the Eves of the men- tally retarded as close as pos- sible to normal. The project would .include residential educational training a crisis centre and parent assistance. In the letter requesting the board's the local as- sociation described the pro- ject as a demonstration plan to be observed by the rest of Canada. A requisition for renova- tion at Winston Churchill High School will also be pre- sented for the board's ap- proval. The school has requested that a regular classroom and infirmary be renovated into a working area for the new audio-visual technician at an estimated cost of Another request before the board tonight will be for the authorization to install un- derground television cables at the north end of the Win- ston Churchill High School site. The request is to be made by Cablevision Leth- bridge Ltd. In other Dr. C. P. is to recommend that the board continue to use the commit- tee-as-a-whole and the ad hoc committee system of managing the school system rather then revert to man- agement by standing com- mittee. The standing committee consists of a few board mem- bers assigned a specific in addition to their responsi- bility as board at the organizational meeting of the board. They operate throughout the year in the same standing committees. An example of a standing committee is a committee on finance or a committee on supplies. The committee-of-the-whole is an informal session of the board at which no official ac- tion is taken. It usually is called at the conclusion of a board meeting that was open to the public. The ad hoc committee is made up of members of the board that are appointed for a spe- cial purpose and discharged when their reports are ac- cepted by the board. Struck by car Leslie 3205 Lakehill suffered superficial injuries struck by the when struck by a car at 6th St. and 3rd Ave. S. Monday noon. Police westbound in say she stepped out of a car waiting to make a left turn when she was car driven by Arthur 638 12th St. who was the right lane. Expanded airport case ready for Edmonton The city will take its case for improved airport facil- ities to Edmonton Sept. 4 for a preliminary meeting with federal ministry of transport officials. Mayor Andy Anderson said Monday the meeting with D. J. MOT western re- gional and other western regional offi- cials was essentially a case of going through channels. The mayor said he hoped a date for the Ottawa meet- ing would be set by the time af the meeting in Edmonton. The initial presentation will allow the regional officials to brief Ottawa on the city's po- he said. Heading the city delegation will be E. H. whose consulting firm made the study presented in July which recommended development of a new terminal building 10 times the size of the pres- ent building at Kenyon doubling the length of the main a five-times a week Lethbridge-Great Falls and inclusion of the city on a transcontinental route. Besides Mr. LaBorde and the Aid. Steve chairman of council's Dennis Dity economic development and Leo pres- ident of the Chamber of Com- will be maping the trip to Edmonton and Ot- tawa. Alberta Minister of Indus- try Fred Peacock will also be in Ottawa for the city's presentation. Farmers' market success depends on price controls Increase in full-time students seen at V of L With registraton only eight days away at the University of it now appears an increase in the number of full-time compar- ed with a year can be expected. On this day last 339 new full-time students had been admitted compared to 432 freshmen students already registered this year. The total U of L enrolment also has increased to 527 full- time students from 459 stu- dents to date last year. Final tabulation of registra- tions can not be completed until after the Sept. 5. The university has now fin- alized its registration and commuter bus ervice sched- ule for the fall semester. The bus service will feature nine return buses on week- days operating between the city and the campus with no bus service to the U of L campus on weekends or holi- days. special arrange- ments will be made to pro- Pensioners group seeks gov't action on high rise A Lethbridge senior citi- zens group will present a brief to the provincial cabinet urging immediate action on a proposed senior citizens high rise. The Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens in a says that unless construction begins immedi- ately on the high senior citizens moving from homes in the downtown redevelop- ment area may find difficulty paying rental rates for new accommodation. The society will present its brief when the cabinet meets in Lethbridge Sept. ask- ing that it co-operate fully with the city to get the high rise built. vide university residence stu- dents with transportation when the bus service is not operating. The weekday bus service is scheduled to begin operation Sept. 4 and an evening bus service for students taking evening courses begins Sept. 5 on a M o nday-to-Thursday schedule. and fourth-year stu- dents will be the first to reg- ister Sept. 5 if they are plan- ning to take one or more 100 or 1000 level classes. They will be followed an hour later at 10 a.m. by first and second year students interested in the same class levels. Freshmen will register at all other full-time students-at 3 p.m. and all part-time students at 7 p.m. Members of the university faculty will be present registraton day to assist students requiring ad- vice on academic programs before attending the first day of classes Sept. 6. Registration week at the university will be highlighted by a number of entertainment events planned by the U of L Student's Society Council to welcome new students. A rock danc- es and a concert featuring folk-singers Tom Northcott and Richard Harrow are the major events planned. The will be open to the public. AIR VAC 1811 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 328-0286 Power furnace cleaning By RIC SWIHART Herald Staff Writer Price and acreage controls at the producer level would be needed to make a success of an Alberta government proposal for more farmers' say local vegetable growers. idea of more farmers markets is good in principle but controls would be needed to prevent price wars be- tween the markets and large said one Taber producer. Alberta Agriculture Minis- Hugh Horner has offered to make money avail able through municipalities to as- sist the establishment of fanners markets in the prov- ince. Another Taber area pro- ducer feels that the sug- gestion would be good for small vegetable g r o farmers who could harvest enough produce to meet the market demands on a daily or weekly basis. Large producers would be at a disadvantage because they have to ship the major- ity of their produce to the supermarkets in order to sell it all. By selling to the farm- ers large producers could cause price wars be- tween large supermarkets and farmers driving the price to producers down for both outlets. Acreage controls would be needed to assure that over- production wouldn't be a fac- tor in price wars. Both farmers market oper- ators in Lethbridge feel the idea of more vegetable out- lets is good in principle. Greg owner-manager of the Lethbridge Farmers Market on 7th Street S. across from Gait says if the interest rate on the gov't money is in the right he would en- large his operation or rebuild at another location. Duaine owner- manager of the New Farmers Market on 3rd Avenue and 15th Street says there is a wild demand for fresh pro- duce. He know they would go if they were run Mr. Kendall gets fresh pro- duce from 18 Japanese vege- table growers in Southern Al- mostly in the Taber area. He feels if more farm- ers markets are to make it in they would have to be located in Calgary or Edmonton. He has had people ask him to establish a market in Cal- gary but the cost factor to date makes it impossible. Mr. Kendall feels that an- other market in Lethbridge would be too much. People are close enough to the grow- ers in the Taber area that a market wouldn't succeed. farmers market would have to be aimed at the larger centres where people have to buy at super- he said. 5 injured Five Coleman residents Were taken to St. Michael's Hospital with minor injuries following a one-car accident on the Oldman River Bridge Monday afternoon. George his and their and two and Na- were injured after the Chodyka car went out of con- collided with a cement a retaining wall and the bridge than overturn- ed. Damage totaled Certified Dental Mediank CLIFF BLACK DENTAL MeWCAl DtNTAL BLD6. lower level PHONJ 337-2833 ASTRO REALTY LTD. we told a tot ui youn. PHONE 328-7748 E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX DENTAL LAB LTD. 304 Medical Dental Phone 327-0565 Hoyt's has Palm Straw Shopping Baskets With flap decoraf- ed with colored flowers. 4.38 Call China 327-5767 DOWNTOWN ready to serve ROLLS PARTY BARRELS PERFECT FOR GATHERINGS SVEN ERICKSENS iFOOD AND PASTRY M Avi. S. WON 328-8161 M.M. Drlvt PkON 328-7756 i ;