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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta NHL HOCKEY WEEKEND JANUARY 2IHi IMi loth TORONTO vi VANCOUVER CALIFORNIA vi VANCOUVER Far Information and Booklngi Call ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE J1S-JJ01 The Lethbddge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, January PAGES 17 TO 32 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL ILDO. 740 4lh AVE. I. UTHMIDGE, ALBERTA SEE US FOR ALL OPTICAL NEEDS Indian Battle Park will be expanded north to the Highway No. 3 bridge by this summer. Development approved for Indian Battle Park By RICHARD BURKE Staff Writer Work is scheduled to begin Monday on. the .winter works project in the Oldman River valley. The first phase of the devel optnent involves tree pruning and brush clearing in the area between Indian Battle Park and the Highway No. 3 bridge ac- ross the river. Initially, 20 men will be em- ployed by the city and before the project is completed, about May 31, another 30 men will be added. Of the approved for the project, the labor costs will be forgiven by the federal gov- ernment. The city must absorb any additional expenditure. Ultimate plans call for new hiking and cycling trails and general improvement of recre- ation facilities in the riverbot- tom area. program includes tree pruning in the rest of the city. Some female cottonwood trees in Henderson Park are expected to be removed. Bob Bartlett, community ser- HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charllon Hill Ltd. 1242 2nd AH. S. Phone 328-3388 vices director, said the stairs, which were proposed as part of the project to run down to the riverbottom from the top of the coulee hills, will be con- sidorBd further before any work is done on them. He said the stairs might be out of place in an environment which is supposed to be natur- al. He also questioned the amount of use such stairs might get. Under the terms of the con- tract between the city and the Canadian Union of Public Em- ployees, Local 70, the men hired for the job must be from among those laid oft by the city last fall. Science textbook errors corrected The provincial government has moved quickly after dis- covering there are errors in a Grade 8 science textbook in use throughout Alberta. Prof. R. W. Longley of the University of Alberta state earlier this week that the text Exploring Earth and Science contains a number of mistakes on the subject of meteorology Dr. George Bevan, director of curriculum and instruction for the Lethbridge public school system, said he re- ceived a supplement from tie government Tuesday which corrected the mistakes. "I received a three-page doc- ument pointing o u t the mis- takes and correcting said Dr. Bevan. "I suppose there could be more mistakes. I don't know wheUrer the government has gone through the entire book to check or not." HUMIDIFIERS C A SHEET METAL LTD: 1709 2nd Ave. S. 32B-5973 SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. THURSDAY, JAN; 13th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Set wood wagon wheel bunk beds; Admiral 21" TV; Nice old dresser; Good Metal Kitchen Cabinet and sink; Fairbanks Morse fridge; Wood fireplace; Cassette tape recorder; Westinghouse fridge; Pop cooler; Good selection of new windows; 2-padded captain style chairs; Good fishing rod and reel; Microscope; Good 30" gas range. Nice kids cupboard; Hot water tank; Small pool table; Good selection of electric and gas ranges; Occassional chairs; Projector table; Skil saw; Guitar; Electric sewing machine; Sump pump; Single mattress; Vacuum cleaners; Deep fryer; Ski poles; Floor polisher; Radios; Electric guitar case; Chrome stool; Singer Treadle sewing machine; Snow shovel; Pole lamp; School desks; Toys; Light fixtures; Transistor radio; Projector; Small le'escope. 1S5V CHEVROLET FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE HM70J 1930 2nd AVI. i. LETHIRID6I AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN lit. 41 Lie. 451 Dr. Sevan said the mistakes and the corrections will be brought to Hie attention of the science teachers, who will make the necessary adjust- ments in their course. Prof, longley said the errors were of the type mat would not be detected by a teacher who has not studied advanced me- terology. The text says the mean Jan- uary temperature in Winnipeg is 30 degrees Farentoeit. Prof. Longley says the actual Jan- uary mean temperature is .1 degree F. The text says the heaviest monthly precipitation in Prince Rupert, B.C. produces less than two inches of rainfall. But the professor says Prince Rupert has en average rainfall of 13.2 inches in February its wet- test month. A third error concerned the temperature 50 miles above the earth's surface. The book lists this as zero degrees, while Prof. Longley says it is 100 degrees below zero. The text has been in UK since September, 1969. 8.85 per cent raise granted Lethbridge public library employees in the Canadian Union of Public Employees lo- cal 70 were granted an 8.85 per cent pay boost for 1972 on Tuesday. The new two-year contract, effective Jan. 1, will provide Singers sought The Canterbury Choristers, a boys' choir being formed and sponsored by St. Augustine's Anglican Church, will accept further registrations Thursday from to 7 p.m. Choir director Edward Greenwood said there are. six boys now registered and anoth- er 12 are needed for the non- denominational group. The group will participate in one Sunday service per month in the church and will perform concerts as the choir pro- gresses. Boys interested in the choir are asked to attend the regis- .ration. Age limit for the choir is eight to IS years. an additional 8.13 per cent pay increase for 1973. The CUPE contract covering 13 library employees earned the same percentage increase as the contract covering other tity hall workers. During 1972 the library con- tract will pay salaries ranging from ?70 per week for a start- ing clerk to per week for an assistant librarian with four years experience. Negotiations with the library board for new salaries for the chief librarian, an administra- tive assistant and an assistant librarian continue. Exact site of new library to be chosen by planners Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5th Street Seulh Phon. 328-6922 NOW OPEN I Government Licensed Technician i Repoln to Radlot, and Tape SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO The library board Tuesday asked architect George Watson to determine with the city planning department the exact location of the proposed library at the Central School site. Library board chairman Bill Russell said when city council gave the Centra! School site for the new building, the council resolution was "in- definite as to locatimy" Mr. Russell said the library board favors location of the building at the north end of the site where it would be close to Hie Bowman Art Centre and the Yates Memorial Centre. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic JBLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDO. PHONE 337-2122 DON'T MISS CAMM'S GIGANTIC JANUARY SHOE SALE SEE PAGE 19 FOR DETAILS THE GREATEST SAVINGS EVER! LIBERAL NOMINATING CONVENTION MEDICINE HAT FEDERAL RIDING FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, p.m. RECEPTION, DINNER and DANCE TO FOLLOW ELKS CLUI, MEDICINE HAT The annual meeting of the Federal Liberal Aiwciallen will be held In the ipeaker will be the HON. H. A. 'BUD' OLSON MINISTER OF AORICULTURE U of L suffering from money woes By RON CALDWELL Staff Writer A cloud of uncertainty Is hov- ering over the University ot Lethbridge and it Is causing severe problems in the day-to- day operation of the campus. The problem is simple university officials do not know how much money they will be given to run the institution in 1972-73, and it could be next month before this information is received. "It looks like we are going to have to wait said President Dr. Bill Beckel. "I'm afraid the government is having trouble making up its mind. "Every day they delay, deci- sions that have to be made can't be made and it is hard on us." The main decision that will have to come is where the uni- versity will curtail its opera- tions to meet budget restric- tions. The realization that as many as 20 or 30 teaching positions may be in jeopardy has scuttl- ed morale on the campus. "It is beginning to take its toll: It is difficult to be cheer- ful and to get tie job done under these said Dr. BeckeL "The effect it is having on the students is damn bad." The university has requested an operating budget of million for the coming year. "This is the absolute break- even point, and anything below that' and we will be in serious trouble." He said UK universities com- mission has recommended (5.4 million for the U of L. Dr. Beckel said the philoso- phy adopted by the university last fall, that no jobs would be terminated without one year's notice still is'in effect. "As far as I am concerned that is still our position, but that could change depending on the amount of money the gov- ernment gives said Dr. Beckel. "If they give us anything less than million, then we may have to change out think- ing. One possibility would be to cut our library budget com- as it sounds, but we may have to do it. "Another possibility would be to reduce salaries rather than give raises. That is ridicu- lous too but it is still a possi- bility. "Something like this may en- able us to keep at least some Parents question open-area schools The value of tihe open area school concept has been ques- tioned by the Lethbridge Coun- cil of Home and School Asso- ciations. Marilyn Krammer, repre- senting the council, told Tues- day night's meeting of UK pub- icl school board that the parent group is neither for nor against open area classrooms, be- cause not enough is known about them. Mrs. Krammer said the main concern of parents is that they do not know how well the stu- dents are functioning in open area classrooms. Agnes Davidson and Fleet- wood Bawden elementary schools both have open area classrooms, as well as the more traditional type. Parents have also questioned why there has been no study to determine how well the con- cept is working, what students and teachers think of it and what the specific objectives of open-area classrooms are. Mrs. Krammer added that a number of teachers have said they do not like teaching in the modern classroom setup. "We have many teachers who would like to get in, so anyone who wants out should say so and we can facilitate said superintendent Dr. 0. P. Larson. The open area classroom ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th St. S. Phone 328-4095 Involves p 1 a c i ng different groups of students in me same area with a certain number of teachers to oversee the entire group. The board decided that the home and school council should outline Us points of concern in writing and present them to the school difitrict administra- tion. is pretty what parents think of open- area said board chairman .Carl Johnson. "After the administration has had an opportunity to an- swer your question, then you can decide whether you wish to carry the matter further." EARLY START The New York Stock Ex- change began on May 17, 1792, with 24 brokers meeting under a buttpnwood tree on Wall Street to sign an agreement setting up a central marketplace for inves- tors to buy and sell securities. of the Deople who would other- wise have to ut. Beckti said. Jim Fishbournc, secretary to the board of governors at the U of L, says the uncertainty has created an atmosphere of tension that is contagious. "People are scared stiff that they are going to lose their he said. "They have been looking around their departments won- dering whom they have to beat out in order to keep their own jobs." Mr. Fishbourne said a review will be undertaken to deter- mine what is valuable in each department and what is ex- pendable. He said one half of the clerical positions in what re- mains of student services could be affected, as well as three administrative posts. So far, no faculty positions have been earnmarked, he added. Mr. Fishbourne said It has been proposed at least once that tenure or seniority will not have any bearing on who goes and who stays. "We have to Identify our core programs and decide what is essential and what is not. Then we will proceed from there." Meanwhile, the tension is mounting as government offi- cials in Edmonton move slowly in deciding what money will be forthcoming and, indirectly, who will lose their jobs later this year. SEND HER AN FW FORGET-ME-NOT BOUQUET Birthday? Anniversary? Special Event? Distance h no problem. Delivered almoit anywhere. 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