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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW Our Gol "VAL" is qualified to you in your travel plant, Drop in and jeo her. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3501 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridgc, Alberta, Frirlny, Ve.lmmry 4, 1972 PARES 13 TO 24 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. 5. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERIA Ask aboul Phologray TI'C idol vil Reject AST A proposal School officials won't collect taxes By RON CALDWELL Slaff U'rilnr LcLhbridge school officials liavo categorically denounced a proposal LIiat would see school boards set and (.tilled, llieir own iaxcs. They were commenting on a statement by Ilarald Gunctorson of Calgary, president ol the Al- bert a School Trustees' Associa- tion, Uifit the provincial cabi- net indicated it may move in tills direction. .Mr. Gunderson's statement followed presentation of the as- annual brief to the cabinet on Wednesday. The main opposition express- ed by LedibrJdge school offr- j cials was that Lhe move would mean an expensive duplication of services. "It is more economical to have one agency fine city) do the said Dr. 0. P. Larson, superintendent of the public school system. "I suppose we could do it, but because of the expense and the duplication of services, I wouid have to say I am opposed lo the idea." Carl Johnson, public school board chairman, expressed similar- sentiments. "One of the lirsl have is "here we go again' said Mr. Johnson. "I don't sec how we can hold do'.vn the costs of running a From across Canada proposals sought If you have ever tried to lick icicles ofF your whiskers, then you know how our furry, frozen fiiend feels about frigid, frosty wsather. If this feline could tulk, it probably would have less than flattering things to say about the weather in the Lethbridge area. Ever heard a cat say "fuddle Kerber Pholo. Stock growers meeting in Edmonton By RIC SWIIIART Slaff Writer j'he Western Slock Growers' Association Tluirsday called for removal of nil restrictions on the inlcrprovLnrial movement of oats and barley. Five hundred dclcgal es to tlic 7th annual convention in Edmonton staled their position, which will through normal channels to, in Ific words of President Tom Gilcliml of Milk River, "come up with a compromise wHh the grains in- dustry" to get free movement of feed grains. Mr. Gilchrist said in a telc- phons interview from Edmon- lon that an open market sys- tem for oats and barley should bo established. He said this would gou E contracted? Your 'prescrip! ion is hi1 result of your personal k n o u 1 edge of vondilion, h e o u r physical suite of your health and any ,-illergies which .vou may This is Ihe real reason why v, e eouslanlly warn vou against slKirinp your pro- scriplions will] oilier of your family or a friend who may seem to "have lhi> same thing." Kvcu i[ Ihc oiher per- son seems lo have Ihc "same thing" have, there is al- ways Ihc piiwibilih Ihal Ibis other person cenld be highly, allergic lo Ihe prosniplion which your doctor v.-role specifically for you alone. hy be like Ihc man who jumped on his horse and rode off in all dim-lions'.' JnsI re- member Ihal Sluhhs Pharmacy I is aKvays your besl place lo "Kay llclln lo a Coral Buv" al 15IH1 nih Avc. S. of cam ft. Poppy family at winter carnival possibility of (lie province ap- proving construction of a So million bridge lo the west side in 1K3-74. He said the bridge Ls z major factor in attracting a developer to go into the area. The meeting was character- ized by a "degree of Mr. Autling said. Tlie administration is also trying to come up with a name for Wesl Lefhbridge by next week. Indications are Ihe name will reflect Ihe local Indian her- itage as well as the village con- cept planned for the area. The plans which the city will refiuire a developer lo agree to include the stipulation that a certain percentage of lots on the west side be provided for local developers and residents. Lots will IK provided to ac- commodate housing for all in- come groups. Mr. Nutting said, It will be a "compatible com- munity in all lie said. After the initial phase is com- pleted, the city will still own 500 acres onthc west side. The city also has an option to pur- chase an additional 800 acres there over the next 10 years. school district by doing 11 ng like Ihal." However, Mr. Johnson s he would like to know n c about the proposal before p i on record as being opposed lo the idea. Bob Kimmitt, superinU n lei t of tile separate school system said he feels things are heller Lhe way they are. "I can't see any real advan- tage lo it would almost be reverting lo the lax galhcr- ing days of the Bible." John Boras, separate sth board chairman, said flic 11 posai to have school hoards set and collect their own i "duplication, pure and "Why have two groups go oul and do Ihc same tiling thai one group can he said Mr. GundersQD told the cahi- i net he thought trustees would j be realty and willing to take on I Hie responsibility of levying and collecting their own taxes i Ho said societies in [lie past complained of taxation without representation. With Ihe pic enl plebescite controls, AiberU school boards have repreanla tion without taxation. 0. T. LARSON uneconomical Don Knnirrr reversion (o pas( Hog slaughtering plant C7 O C? .a. debated by kcv producers It was drama night at the The farmers present repre- regnlar district meeting of the'scnlod 10 men responsible to Alberta Hog Producers Mar- eacli of (lie five delegates un- keLing Board in Park Plaza dcr Ihe jurisdiction of the mar- Thursday, and 40 key hog pro- la-Imp board's southern direc- ducers from southern Alberta were the benefactors. Two delegates to Lhe Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board and two "key persons" formed a panel expounding the virtues 2nd the drawbacks ol (lie proposed million hog .lightering and processing plants planned for southern Al- bcrla. Using all available informa- tion from bolh the marketing board and Ihe provincial gov- ernment on one side, and from North American Integrated Food Processors Co. Ltd. (pro- moti-rs of the plant) on the oth- er, the pros and cons took turns stating their stands. lor Wayne Smith. was an attempt to improve (ho communication from DIG marketing board through to (he producer and Mr. Smiih then called on Hie producers to voice any op- position Ihey bad, primarily about Ihe mcibocls used by Lhe marketing board in handling the silualion. A pica to do what Ihe pro- ducers resulted in com- pleie silence ajid a vole of con- fidence for the board. Mr. Smith said this was add cd proof thai the hog pro- ducers in were or- ganircd iogeilicr for the good of the industry. New stockyard at Coiitts for livestock imj3ortation COLLEGE lil'SY Nearly SIX) people took part in continuing education pro- gram al Ihe Lethbridge Com- rr.unity College last fall. The annual Chinook Winter featuring two con- Ulc Poppy Family, Sponsored by the Lethbridge Community College slndent Open daily :i.ni. lo p.111. Kinidnys and Holidays p.m. to p in. and p.m. lo p.m. RELIEVES GAS PAINS 1969 DATSUN DELUXE 1600 Radio, low mileage SI 595 1966 VW DELUXE Rndio, gas healer A-i RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. 3rd Avc. nnd 1 filh SI. S. Scilos 328-4539 Car Lot 328-4356 council, Ihe carnival will presen seven days of music, dancing and contests. The Poppy Family will per form at the Yales Memoria Centre al 7 p m. and p.in Feb. 13 to start the week-long festivities. Norm Blacker, public re- lations director for Ihe LCC student council, said activities include the crowning of the car nival queen, log-cultiug and nail-driving contests, ice sculp- tures, n photography contest, skating parly and a beard growing contest. t He said Feb. 17 will te a big day, with a folk concert in the student lounge at noon [calur- ing Laurie Bradcy. That afternoon, (he annual Torchlight Parade will .start al. Ihe Civic Centre nnd proceed CUFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. ____PHONE 327-2822 through the downtown area lo j the LCC. Feb. 18 will begin with a pan- j eating cunfe.st. It has designated ''Ugly Day1'. The festivity will be. The Canada department of agriculture is building a stockyard complex at. CoulUs to more easily facilitate the im- portation of catlle, horses, pigs ind sheep, Dr. ROES Brewster, vetcrin- irian in charge of aniinjls Tossing the border, said all animals now imported into Can- icla must be handled al (lie J.S. stockyards at SwccfgraFS. lonUna. there is no facility on Jie Canadian side Dr. Brewstcr said this is the ole reason for the project. He aid the U.S. olficials have been very co-operative in liic sharing aspect of the stockyards Wmlcr Carnival cabaret at the (Sweefgrass hut (here have been Building at the Lethbridge Umcs lvlren catllc Exhibition Grounds. samf He said at this time, one of the shipments would have lo for handling space. The new yards will consist of four corrals with an enclosed chute and squecsc apparalus for identifying animals. Dr. Drewslcr said there is n ivaler well drilling rig on the site now and power poles have been taken lo Ihe location for erection laler. Coults is the only port on Ihc U.S.-Albcrta border where ani- mals can be imported and cx- porled. It is also the largest port in Alberia. NEW and USED WE TAKE GRAINI ART D6ETR1CH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5lh St. S. Phone 328-4095 lAll New at Camm's For Spring 1972 Drama workshops Saturday A series of seminar we shops cnlillcd Drama and L cation is being offered by Ihc of IxMhbridge partmcnl of continuing educa- liou in conjunction with 1 h e drama department. The course consists of six sessions beginning Saturday, from a.m. to p.m. It is instructed by D a v i d Spinks, assistant professor of drama, and was designed lo meet Ihc nerds of local loarh- ers who expressed inlercsl in such a program. Classes will be held in Ihe miversily drama dcparlmcnl, campus (bookstore bmld- ftcgistration fee is Teach- ers and interesled persons hnnld nllcnrl Ihe Sal u r d n y i morning session. FAMILY DINING EVERY SUNDAY! Excellent Food Gracious Service- -fa Special Children's Menu THIS SATURDAY You will be entertained by Viilerie Horvalli Eddie Gnaiidt THE VERY LATEST IN MAXiNE TIES and -i eyejef styles m and tan sue dp, black, brown and red wet looks. Also lea- ificrs. K'alural crcpc and new solt 5. FIRST wiih the Dinner Music 6 to 8 p.m. W TMf OLD TnADTTlnN Or WTSTTRN 'testaulant PHONE 328-7756 FOR RESERVATIONS LADIES' WHITE DUTY SHOES One of our spec- iallics by Oom- phics and Savage. Priced From 10.95 NEW ARRIVALS IN CHILDREN'S Soo our o n d 3 t o n o soddlr oxfords for miisos in sucdrs, crs, and wrl looks. Day's Um- molds hy Sovogo oro n must or ilip-on slylci. Open Mondays As Usual Open Tuci Wed., Sol, All Day Thurs. nnd Fil. til 9 p.m. HOLIDAY BOUND! Sec our lovrly sc- ccfion of Sandals for your holiday in the sun! CAMM'S Slh Street S. SHOES ;