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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta SPECIAL CHRISTMAS CHARTER Calgary 21 Depart 17th return Jan. 7th Only plus Cancellation Insurance Pleaie book before Sept. 17th ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centra Village Mall Phone 928-3201 The LetWnridge Herald SECOND SECTION August 1973 PAGES 13 TO 24 rwniii n W Lower Leval 7th Street Shopping Mall Alberta Phone 328-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Housing dries up for LCC students By JIM GRANT Herald Staff Writer Homeless Lejhbridge Com- munity College students could stay at the University of Lethbridge residence and have sufficient bus service to and from the college but r e s p o n sible officials must better communicate with each other if it is to be a reality. The Herald learned Wed- nesday that the LCC housing service may be faced with trying to place about 300 stu- dents in accommodation next week and it only has about 50 accommodations listed for rent. the university projects that about 270 stu- dents will reside in its res- idence this year. That would leave it with a vacancy for 180 students if the double oc- cupancy rooms weren't rent- ed to single occupants. Even if the university de- cides to rent its double occu- pancy rooms for single occu- as requested by sev- eral students who wish to live in a room by it still would be able to accom- modate at least 60 LCC stu- dents. The bus system schedule to and from the university to the city core and to and from the city core to the college wouldn't make living at the U of L residence feasible for LCC the director of LCC student services said in an interview Wednesday. J. L. MacNeil also claimed the college has received no encouragement from the uni- versity in past years when it discussed the possibility of college students renting Car hulk cleanup starts next month An estimated 400-600 auto hulis will be removed from the south end of Marshall Auto Wreckers yard on 2nd Street S. within a month. The removal of the wrecks Is being contracted out by the provincial government which has said it will pay up to 000 of the cost of the work. This money will be paid to the scrap dealer that lands the not to Marshall's or the city. The wrecks will be cleaned out of the coulee and araa bordering the coulee on the south edge of the yard which the city will begin filling with dirt taken from the ap- proaches to the 6th Ave. S. bridge. That work is slated to begin next month. According to Mayor Andy the original agree- ment with Marshall's gives the wreciking yard until next summer to complete the move to its new location on Highway 3 east. John manager of said the firm will move the hulks it figures are worth the cost of transporting to the new location and will leave what it doesn't want for the city to look after. don't want to get rid of any more than we have he said. Pieces are always moving off even the older models and their value is going up as they become more said Mr. Babick. College gets Planning a FALL Let the experts at FRACHFS help you with all the details regard- ing Floral Requirements for the wedding. Call 327-5747 FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322 -6th St. South LETHBRIDGE bankin services Effective next week the Lethbridge Community Col- lege will have a banking ser- vice on campus for the first time in several years. Eenovations are now un- derway on the main floor of the LCC administration build- ing to accommodate a sub- branch of the Holiday Vill- age's Bank of Nova Scotia. A few years the Ca- nadian Imperial Bank of Commerce provided a bank- ing service on campus when the University of Lethbridge shared the college campus. Certified Dental MKtianic CLIFF BUCK DENTAL MMMCAL DENTAL BLDC. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 AIR VAC 1811 2nd AVE. PHONE 328-0286 Power furnace cleaning Saturday Sunday DINE DANCE THIS WEEK FEATURING The 4 K's WESTWINDS DINING ROOM to p.m. NO COVER CHARGE phone for Reservations FAMILY DAY SUNDAY BRUNCH 10 am. to 2p.m. Live Dinner Music from 6 to 8p.m. menu rooms in the university res- idence. John city transit supervisor said Wednesday the city bus schedule be- tween the university and the city core coincides with some of the bus runs between the downtown core and the col- lege and with a slight change in schedule times a transfer system' could be worked out that would make commuting from the university to the college feasible. they would supply us with a schedule we could help them out he said. The college has not ap- proached the city about a busing schedule that would make it convenient for LCC students to commute from the IT of L residence. Mr. Frouws said the city would be pleased to make some type of busing arrange- ment if it means the buses operating between the univer- sity and the city will carry passengers both ways. At the present time the buses often operate empty one way. R. A. U of L housing says if the college asks the university to rent accommodation to LCC some arrangement could likely be made. the university certainly won't be approaching the college. The university and college have discussed sharing the U of L residence during the past two years and at one point last year talked about 25 LCC students renting U of L but only one college student has made use of the opportunity. As a have to assume they're not interest- he said. Wendy LCC housing claims in the past the majority of LCC students preferred to find ac- commodation in the city rath- er than worry about commut- ing from the university. last year the LCC housing office placed about 600 students in various types of accommodation throughout the city. This year the stu- dents may not be so lucky and the inconvenience of rid- ing the bus between the U of L and the college might be more attractive. don't know but there doesn't seem to be nearly as much accommoda- tion available this Miss Rasmussen said Wed- nesday. So she has placed 150 students and has arranged for accommodation for anoth- er 50. Unless more city residents are willing to offer room and board to students or an agreement is made with the university the col- lege's enrolment may suffer. we can't accommodate they won't come said Miss Rasmussen. Mr. MacNeil suggests if the students can't obtain accom- modation in the city then the college have to look at the possibility of using the U of L several LCC students face the possibility of being homeless when they register at the college Tues- day. Wit ART STUDIO ON FIFTH AVENUE ART GALLERY ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING 195 8 710 -S AVE S HEINO DEEKEN Manager Cavalcaders welcomed Sgt. Dal in charge of traffic for ihe RCMP Lethbridge Subdivi- donned his scarlet tunic Wednesday evening to greet members of the Travco Motorcade that stopped in Lethbridge overnight. Claudia and Carl chat with the sergeant. The motorhome touring Southern Alberta and British gathered at the 4-H building at the Ex Grounds to hear presentations by the Lethbridoe Chamber of Commerce and by the Southern Alberta Travel and Convention Association. Don't cut till October Alfalfa farmers cautioned Farmers have been caution- ed not to try to squeeze max- imum yields from alfalfa stands this year. Mike forage speci- alist at the Lethbridge Re- search says fall cut- ting during a period from Aug. 25 to the beginning of October is one of the worst things a farmer can do to his alfalfa stand. is a critical psriod in which the plant is storing up carbohydrates needed to sur- vive the he said. a stand is the plants are forced to put on regrowth at the expense of energy re- serves in the root and crown tissues which means the plant may go into the winter with depleted re- serves of Dr. Hanna says the high demand and price for hay this year has led an in- increased number of farmers to aim for maximum yields by taking the first cut later than usual. This means the normal second cutting on each field has been delayed beyond usual mid-August harvest pe- riod. farmer would be wise to wait until after the first ASTRO REALTY LTD. wo sold a let us itll PHONE 328-7748 Beat The ADMIRAL B.T.U. AIR CONDITIONERS While They Last LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES week of weather rather than take his second cutting he says. Extensive research at the Lethbridge station has shown that fall cutting during the critical period can lead to serious yield reductions dur- ing the following two years. Dr. Hanna says a severe winter is more likely to re- sult in serious damage or win- ter kill in stands that have been cut during the critical period. If farmers have to cut dur- ing the critical period this Dr. Hanna suggests they delay the first harvest next year until the plants are well into bloom. This will give the chance for the plants to recover while early spring cutting following a fall harvest will only do more harm. SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Dental Blag. Phone 327-6565 DR. R. S. FABBI OPTOMETRIST 314 8th Street South APPOINTMENTS PHONS 327-3331 YOUR BUSINESS ASSOCIATES KNOW THE THREE SISTERS MOTEL IS THE BEST ACCOMMODATION IN THE CROWSNESTI DO 3 jflotel COLOR TV FREE LOCAL TEL CALLS D.D. PHONES ICE NEWSPAPER FERNIE'S NEWEST RESTAURANT ADJACENT RESERVE FERNIE 423-4438 Most stores closed for Labor Day Most Lethbridge residents will take a holiday Labor day. The provincial judge's court and lawyers of- fices will be closed Monday to reopen Tuesday. Federal and provincial government offices will be closed Mon- day. Banks will operate on reg- ular hours Friday with most closing at 6 p.m. Friday and will be closed Saturday and Monday. Most city stores will be closed Monday with tha ex- Caption of a few smaller stores and confectioneries. City hall will be closed all day Monday with the automa- tic secretary providing em- ergency telephone numbers. Essential services such as police and the power house and water treatment plant will be maintained. Doctors and dentists will not have office hours Mon- day. There will be no bread and milk deliveries Monday. Reg- ular service will commence Tuesday. City buses will opsrate on the holiday schedule with one bus serving north Lethbridge and another serving the south part of the city. Buses will run hourly from p.m. to 8.30 p.m. j Time Air will operate on its Sunday schedule while Greyhound Lines will main- tain its regular Monday ser- vice. The Herald will not publish Monday. For swimming enthusiasts the Fritz pool will be open for adult swimming from noon to 1 p.m. with public swimming from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. The Henderson Lake swimming pool will be opsn to the public from 1pm. to 9 p.m. while the Lions pool will be open for public swim- ming from 1 to 5 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th St. S. Phone 328-4095 The YMCA will be closed all day Monday while the YWCA will be closed except to residents of the facility with the front registration desk being closed until 5 p.m. The Sir Alexander Gait Mu- seum will be operated by members of the Alberta His- torical Society from 2 p.'m. to 5 p.m. Monday. All branches of the Leth- bridge public library will be closed on Monday. There will be no mail de- livery service Monday and the post office and sub post offices will not be open for wicket service. Special deliv- ery mail will be delivered and collections from the street letter boxes will be made on a Sunday schedule. Labor established to honor workers with a day has an equivalent in the U.S.S.R. where it is known as May Day and celebrated May l. In the U.S.S.R. My Day is celebrated by Communist leaders by making speeches and scheduling military par- ades. In Australia May 1 is called the Eight Hour Day. In the U.S. Labor Day was de- clared a national holiday ID 1834. 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