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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? That it cMti no moro to plan your TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS through a recognized travel agent Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Letlilmdge Herald SECO.XD SECTION Lethbridge, AJberia, Frida3', January 19, 1973 PAGES 13 TO 2 26 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Slreel Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403 328-7411 FILING CABINETS Local CIC group warns against U.S. energy pact Tbe Uniled States could bank-1 ing up 40 per cent of vrorld nipt Alberta oil and natural gas i energy resources. deposits in a decade and seri- j Once Canadians have com- ously limit Canadian sovereign-; mitted oil and gas to the "des- ty, says the Lethbridge chap-; peraie'' Amencan market, wa- ter of the Committee for an In-' ter will be the next resource the dependent Canada. U.S. will come after, be said. The local CIC sent a tele-' At current rates of coasump- gram to Premier tion, he claimed. Alberta oil Thursday urging the natural gas mil last about government to take a stand i 2" years- but at U.S. rates of against Canada signing a con-! coasumpuon it will likely last tinental energy policy with the only half as tang. U.S. Canada should only sign Premier Dave Barrett of short-term agreements to ex- Brinsh Columbia has taken a j port resources, said Jlr. Tar- stecd against a concnental leek, because what seems like a energy policy and Alberta' good price today will be too should do the same, said Bob little in a few years time. Tarleck. CIC. Lethbridge chair-: A report on oil imports and man. national security prepared for j The Canadian government President -Vtron in 2970 made under "immer.se': pressure evident that many American from the U.S. government to politicians already see Canada sign an agreement to sell fu- a> simply an extension of the hire resources End "it is essen- U.S.. said the CIC official, tial at this point for the prmin- "Most profits to oil compan- cial premiers to siarrf up for ics go o-j: of the country. By the rights en Canadians to their exporting resources we're real- resources." ly exponing jobs.1' he said. At Mr. Tarleci said the U.S. present cent of the oil with six per cent of the world irclusrry and 99 per cent of the population, bat with a ''growth refining industry' in Canada is at any cost philosophy." is us-' foreignKiwred. he said. OTTAWA COULD HELP IN WEST LETHBRIDGE Airport terminal to be renovated Renovations lo the exisiing Kenyan Field air terminal building, extensive landscaping from Highway 5 to Lhe building ar.d extension oi the parking area will get underway this spring. Sketch plans oi tbe modifica- tions and a basic concept draw- ing of the location cf a new air terminal building and passeri- gcr embarking area were pre- sented to city council Thurjdey by representatives of the fed- eral transport department. The new building, which is "a few years down the road.1' according to Mayor Andy .An- derson, would be ioc-aled about 3'jO feet southwest of the pres- ent terminal. A final decision on construc- tion o! a new facilky awaits completion oi an air services study for the city being conduct- ed by LaBorde Simat Ltd.. a Calgary consulting firm. The study is expec'ied to be finished by June 15 and will then be presented to the Jean March- and. minister o: transport. The department representa- tives lold council Lhe dry is on the right track toward improved facilities by having the study done. The preliminary plans do not bidude any reference to ex- icnded runway. Mayor Anderson said consid- eration of the runways wiD also come after the study has been completed. LaEorde representatives will togin a survey of Southern Al- industries, chamber oi commerce groups, local gov- ernments and other interested psnies in the near furure. Transport department oiii- are now doing cos: maies for tbe renovations to the present air terminal building and for the landscaping. Kotch charges Greyhound 'pushes people around' By GREG McDTTYRE Herald Stall Writer 3IT. .r tiThe lirPVaOUDQ L. started the VIP service to pro-. -to? schedule getting into Leth- ride be-er customer service" af-' before rrddrjght and into ter ice af- CP Rail discontinued its Tbe city could be eligible for also be discussing Lhe possibili- federal money lo help pay for ties of establishing a land as- senicing costs in West Leu-.- rembly program in the city, but bridge. id not elaborate. Mayor .Andy Anderson, who The mayor will be joined was lo leave today for Ottawa, next week in Ottawa by City said he will approach Ron Bas-' Manager Tom Nutting and Den-. ford, minister o! state for ur- nis O'Connell. economic devel-, ban affairs, about possible as- opment officer, sistaoce under a proposal re-' Talks are also scheduled De- cently announced by the minis- (ween the local officials and ter. to create satellite cities. Jean Marchand, miniver of The city now has S3.2 million transport, concerning local air- tied up in land and Servians: facilities and the possbil-; costs in West 'W of removing most of the CP AH set Sharon Blumell Wilderness tour planned by skiers Kotch charged that Grey- use by bufinessniej. games ior complaint from Lhe So- boimd began iLs Lethbridge children, card icbles for adults, cial Credit MLA ior Lcclv VIP run one week after the So- radios ana taped mrasic and oth- bridge Dick n" cisl Creak government was de- er extras. YLT. asked thai the feaied in 1971 zad in the fear Mr. Pari_e said Greyhound replaced a that changes bringing comDcvi- tion were on ihe way. Northern had appLed ;o oper- forced to wait in lineup, and to Feb. 1 Ground j travel on substandard buses Tear he T H, VTP wii! add E no Lhsi leaves Cal- i during hofcoay rusnes. charged rne Greyhound was ois- v_4 'ifd continued 16 months later be- L! SS1 cause of Uck oi patroaace ac- JL" company cordkE to Greyhound. 1; lo with Mr. Kotch claimed "it wasn't Greynouna on ar.y ran wul pCKlrf a real service just a provs TO! abaa--ule Lhb" week, discontinued its VTP sen-ice out slpppy version oi it." Grey- of Lethbridge month wi-Ji- hound provided not-iing more out th-e service an honest a hostess and try. Mr. Kotch declared in an Mr. Kotch said a ser- Meanwhile Greyhound has interview Thursday. on Northern would include EEDOUTjced two new schedules at 10 a.m. and Edmonton ar-yj: "Grej-homd has pushed peo- hot meals, a radio telephone for an o: Lejhbriage in ro a p.r pie around for too many years." said Mr. Kotch. Northern has apulied to ihs Alberta Highway Trsffic Board for permission to compete wiih Greyhound on the Lethbridge- CaJgary-Edjnojton and other runs. Bob Parke. director o: traf- Tne president c: a bridge-based bus co'jipar.y has attacked Greyho-ond Bus Lines j for "substandard service" to Lethbridge area passengers. I Greyhound passengers are during holiday rushes, charged Steve Kotch, president of North- ern Bus Lines Ltd. Greyhound has orJy im- proved service under Lhe threat of competition in ;h? past and V ridge at He satd tiie Highway Traffic dcr, the larger company be- L-, he Grey_ CE-jse of the poor service it p1an; a rj2 n April that will leave Lethbridge a.m.. arrive in Calgary 'Airport growth vital' By LARRY BENNETT thai the TK Wing wou-d "work pense air travellers from South- Herald Staff with the Lcthbridne Cnom- em Alberta should not to A national official of the .Air Commerce irT any wsy put up with. Force Association of Canada to promo-te better air -Mr. T.ay and Mr. Butcher Fur ther developmen; across the has been stalled by area' Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation until agreements can be reached to put some ba- sic commercial and municipal services in the area. Mayor Arxiersoa said he will semce fo: Lethbridge." were in Lethbridge Thursday sion is essential to a ctnniii- v-- Su.cher said in almost evening to attend an informal nity's growth. insianoe when airport fa-; gatho-mg with 702 Wing as Rp-i'Butcher, of Ottawa, na- ciliiies have been updated.' of a wes-.em get-Ecquatn'.- tional general manaser for the cew- small industriss "have tour for Mr. Butcher who became the national general manager of the association in ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwarti Bldg. 722 5lh St. S. Phone 328-4095 PHARMACY FACTS FROM 0. C. STUBBS I wonder if you've ever of wrcte some 150 agon In hi- at- tempts to br.i'd the Fr.-nch pop- ulation he advocated that every tic in the Greyhound Calsary office, replied that "Mr. Kotch j has been a bitter opponent and j criticises our policies conunual- believes that air facility espsa- The Community: would be instruction in Lhe prop- j rHe said have intenrton Rail tracks in tbe downtown CoUege winter activities pro- er methods of care and up-keep gKimg mto ajight mtn mm gram will kick off this weekend i for wooden cross-country skis through the ______ when a class of 14 students and and bindings, and snowshoes. the Greyho'jnd offi- association told The Herald sprouted up. one instructor tour-ski into tbe In preparation for the trip j cial said transportation during a visit to the dry Th-jrs- "To avoid high taxes many wilderness area around West thp eroup will meet early Sat- company including CP Air have day that "any Liat doesn't smaller indus-jnes prefer to set i Cas'Je SM Resort 26 miles east urday morning for a class in line-ups we provide ser- increase its air service facili 'theoj-i- method of se- rice without reservations." ties is slowing down losing and appbing ski waxes He declined tj comment on crowth." to match the snow conditions, the accusation school buses "If you put the wrong kind of and other subs'.-ndard equip- a comment made by trcnstxinatjon. L' only just fo: wax on touring ski base you mem are put into use to F-ed Association national Ihe easy access of company e.v inrrtxiuction to learning to sur- not V rash traffic, live in the wilderness in the winter. "it your loot because ot tbe nounce.i icvc-ieu u._ uie weight of fo. snow ,v._e suppcct for improved air- ;ou.___t m Southern Alber- int weeseivi mil in- ski." said Mr. Ward. to "compete the larger For later in '.he season Mr. company. The provuicial mace by Minister Fred Peacock, said the goverr U of L prof, ijets graut cf Pin cher Creek. Course instructor Shaun Ward said Lhe weekend outing would be a of better things to come and would serve as an up factories ir. smaller own nit'es. One important consida-a- ucr: when setting up a com- Jlr. Butcher's statement fol- piny the avaUabilirr o; aL- from Calgary, that in- he said. The Canada Council has an- nounced a S10AXI research fel- lowship grant to an associate professor at the University of Lethbridge. Dr. Gordon Campbe'J. of the education faculty, will use the award for a study of the role of founding presidents in estab- community colleges in Canada. He said he also liopes :t> complete a book on the tf.-iChirig-'.eriTT-in-! process at the oo'ese "Canadian community c .-lieges are charaotenzed by rcrr.srkable diversirj-. They hD. because you will slide too Under the govern- the iO.KKMnember na- j_e also said he felt that in- easily. or you might not be able ment's policy an- ticnai o r g a n z a tior. was in aji- fo: io lift your foot because of the nounced in Decf-her." Northern the local 702 v o u 1 d heto increase ler irm." elude how io build an igloo. prer-Jr cmstruct'on of an" ice ,Vard ...__, he iallned lo cave ana winter shelters. ___e class oa -extended how to build a tire on top of the srnrw so :t won't sink in and tlie proper way to cook with limittM. cookine' Mr. Ward also said that there rort -acilitiss io- Lethbridge. Mr Way s aid he was s-o: F r e r. c h ian-.iy p, have six children seeing that. {on the average, .ire .-ure to r.ie'" Ar.d this w as a realistic appraisal where tbe French chad's char.ro o: longerirv- was concc-ned. In fart where infant ar.d child it; was tho simaiion really didn't go; mv.cl-.. if any. boiler ailer the turn of IJus, the .And many people today think of child mor- tality as hiving "dropped" or "declined" though nothing could be further from the truth" of the mater. Child mortality h.is lit- eraly been forctxl dou-n witli the continual scientific discoveries made in both the drug and child care field of endeavor. Since the turn of this century scientific knowledge has increased at a speed which previously would have been ihoncht impossible. Today our children c.-n look forward to pood health in a manner never More known. When you bring your pre- scription lo us here at 1506 9th Ave. S. (Stiibhs Phr.mi.ify. of course1, you c.in always he sure you'll have a comfortable place to sit while you're wailing. Open d.iily n.m. lo p.m. Sundays and Holidays U I noon lo p.m. j coT_nnin- itv col'eccs :n the world." Pr. CaniDbeU said. 1967 COUGAR Good ccndilion 1970 VW DELUXE New Pent low Mileoge. 1970 VIVA RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE AUDI 3rd Av.. and Mlh Si. S. Salci 328-453? Local artist sells works to Canada Coiuicil gallery T 7 "We will be doing work on 65 will take action "to de- I ICO inillTCCl degree ice and snow velop effective be- iween carriers or. ail 7 7 ta-ion routes the prov jjj COlllSlOU in re." Mr. Peacock to'.d Herald in a leleDhor.e Thurs- slopes ropes, crampons .-.r.d ice axes later is the sea- Mr. Ward said. 3L-. said as it is now. if someone vrlshes to travel cc ar. eisi-west route hs must first fly. drive, o: take a bus to Cal- gary or Great Falls to make connections. to an with airline connecaons is a '.arge inconvenierice and ex- nay ins; co'jrsge ccinri-iiti to ihe Hipy.'.-.y within two is currently experiment revival cf class The Canada Cotccil art bari is to assist sional anists by purchasins art is displayed by the art bank in Lrivolline shows throughout Canada. A is of selection ot his v.-ork b> the Council Kink. Jeff mem- ber of ihe I'niversiiy of IJeth- bridge art depsrtment. has sold their works. Contemporary a or.e-foot cube seulpturi? lo the Council gallery for ?250. Hi? work is one of ir.on? than 1.000 to be selected from across the Mr. Olson's sculpture fea- tures rod neon hght as its fo- eal point. work wiih neon and eleetric lights is one of .1 series of new forms in which tin? I" of L slaff member has been experimeniine. A graduate of the University of Minnesota, and .1 I' of L teacher for ihe rosi tJireo. Mr, Olson said [lie Can- nda Council piirrh.ise marks UK? firsl lime liis work iias been rceogmzixl by a major institu- tion' A po'.lcr .ind ceramics te.ich- er .1; Hie U of L. Mr. Olson consider Nerth irith the riinL-tor hcpe f- davs we could where we a Two minor Ini'jries and damage resulted Thurs- day when ;wo cars co'.iided nesr of Ave and St. S. shortly 5 r> n ght of the vehicles in- "on. volved were Kav 'U'.d Ksum. r.09 iSth S. ar.a SO Gregory A. Lor.g. iMi r.tr. A-.-e" S Mr. Kaurc ;nd HsnV.d Ei. CtlFF BLACK, Certified Dentol MKhffnie BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL EIDG. Lower Level PHCN'E 327-2822 a ihe problem ruid a decision." passenger in car. reooiv- He said ed miner 10 ihe forehead. and (erc'e wit? iri-aied s: St. Mi- mendinc" n irio way o: the new irAiisportaiion inimediateiy follow-n policy coniir.j: liap. JANUARY SUPER SPECIAL! ROSE BOWL Air Refresher Sweetens and Refreshes Long Lasting True Flower fragrance Advertised on TV ot 2.98 January 00 DOWNTOWN General and released the niis- E. S. P. FOX Certified Denial Mechanic FOX (Loth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Meditol Denial Bldg. Phono 327-6565 HURRY TO LAST DAY SATURDAY THE BALANCE OF ALL OUR SALE SHOES EVERAL TABLES TO CHOOSE FROM SEVERAL Regular Values to Ladies' Teenage Children's CHOICE CAMMS 403 5th STREET S. SHOES EVERY SUNDAY! j Excellent Food Gracious Service I I Special Children's Menu Dinner Music 6 to S p.m. PHONE 328-7756 FOR RESERVATIONS ;