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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW. If are Iravolling to Britain via Group or Charier we ccm arrango your ground tours, accommodation, for your sightseeing in Britain. For information and bookings call ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lcllibridgc, Alberta, Tuesday, February 8, 1S72 PAGES 13 TO 24 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BtDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Ask about Phologray The [cm Itiot changes thi light. NEXT YEAR: SOUTH FOR THE WINTER This farm home belween between 10-foot snowbanks at Ihe front of the house. The tips of a line Standoff and Fort Macleod has been slowly turning into an igloo, com- of trees can be seen poking up from behind the 20-foot drifts in thejoack plements of a gigantic snowdrift which formed behind and around it. yard. Oh, for those tickets lo the Bahamat At present the only way the residents can get in is through a narrow gap ____________________ -Bill Hunt Pholo Innovative projects cancellation affects city The provincial decision to phase out the innova- tive projects fund for schools may effect several hundred thousand dollars worth of pro- jects planned for Ihe Leth- bridge public: school system. Education minister Lou Hyndman said proposals re- ceived prior to Feb. 1, 1972 will be processed m the normal manner and all approved pro- jects will be carried Uirough lo completion. "The government fully in- tends to carry out its respon- sibilities in the field of educa- tional he said. I "H seems quite likely that j positive elements of the innova- i tivc projects program will be j incorporated into whatever new arrangement is devised." j The program cancellation ap- parently will effect a 000 learning assistance centre, a ?148.000 project at Westmin- ster School, and audio-visuals Nobleford receives o atlas A young local girl received a World Book Atlas for Irer con- tribution to the Ask Andy column. Kathleen Mantel, n. of Noble- ford, sent in the question, How many times docs an adult breathe a day? The reply lo her inquiry is on the comics page in ths sec- ond section of today's issue of The Herald. project at Lethbridge Colle- giate InsLitnle and a computer program at Lakcview Elemen- tary School. Bob Gall, director of school services, said he was dis- appointed by Hie government's decision, "but I'm not sur- prised with the budget cuts and the general tight money situa- tion that everyone is facing." The Si-million innovative projects fund was established in 1970 lo encourage school boards to experiment wiUi new and belter ways of using Iheir resources to improve the qual- ity of education. Its expected will be required lo fund already-ap- proved projects through 1975- 76. The new director of the inno- vative projects fund, Collin Meek, Ls scheduled to visit Letbbridge Wednesday to meet with administrators of Ihe school district. Local officials hope to get a clearer picture of the effects the fund's cancellation will have in Lelhbndge during Mr. Meek's visit. Lethbridge is largest contributor to Canada Heart Fund, official says By MAHLENE COOKSIIAW Staff Wrilcr flic city of Lcthbridgc is the largest contributor per capita to Ihc Heart Fund in Canada. This stsiement was made Monday by Dr. J. S. Gardner, president of Ihe education com- mittee of the Alberta Heart Foundation, in a speech to the Lethbridge Rotary Club and the Lethbridge Kiwanis Club on the contributions from the Heart Foundation's research lo the medical profession. Dr. Gardner is a retired spe- cialist in general surgery and the director of the department of surgery at the Colonel Belch- er Hospilal in Calgary. Last year was receiv- ed in the annual Alberta can- vass, and the foundation hopes :LIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic SLACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDS. PHONE 327-2022 Project 99 will assist farmers ORGANS NEW and USED WE TAKE GRAIN! The farm hand is becoming an agricultural specialist, say Canada Manpower experts. Gone arc llic days whan a guy could work dawn till dusk fur six montlK and Ihcn skiff uff lliu oilier SIN. According lo a recenlly-com- pleial federal .survey of farm pjjiwlalion trends, lhil 01100- t vcrwiic-lmmg numbers ulio rural selling will dwin- dle lo lo nothing by 19J13. farm hand, and Hie ST. VALENTINE'S DAY Hern boxes of Affccijon fine? chocolates by MOIRS Conic nnd sec our lovely scleclion of Val- cnlinc clioco'alcs in a price range lo suit 690 5.95 you from Ihe 7-oi. size...... lo llio 2'1-or.. size....... a cnrd from our selection of VAL- CARDS iiy COUTTS HALLMARK to per cent of Ihe faculty and administration have responded so far and it has been very negative but we regard the response lo dale as said Mr. Han- son. The student body plans t-.i present the results to the LCC board of governors on March 1. Mr. Hanson explained thai the aim is not to have a per- manent liquor outlet on t h e campus. ''We want permission for lounge facilities at a cabaret about eveiy third Friday night and, for a student faculty thing every once in awhile as he said. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwarli Bldg. 222 5lh SI. S. Phone 328-4095 CLEARANCE! 4 ONLY HOOVER SPRAY IRONS 50 sleum vents Stainless steel sole plate Regular 34.95. Special, each 19 O? 1" CALL HARDWARES 327-5767 Downtown HOURS: Open Monday, doy, Wednesday and Satur- day a.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday o.m. to p.m. LEROY'S PLUMBING S GASFITTING SERVICE WORK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE 328-8403 Do you have merchandise lo consign? WE HAVE A Free Pick-Up Service AUCTION BARN 2506 2nd Ave. N. Phono 327-1222 Ideal for garages, slorago sheds farm buildings, house buildings ;