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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SUMMER IN ROMANTIC MEXICO 14 Ooyi on (he Beach al PUERTO VALLARTA Inclusive from Priced from only ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 328-3201 The LetKbndge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, July 6, 1972 PAGES 11 TO 22 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDC. 740 4th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 "Do you have a spare pair of glauel for holiday College boards defunct Govt. 'dilly-dallies' over appointments By BEItNICH IIERLK Herald Staff Writer The provincial cabinet is dilly-dallying around .and mak- ing a series of promises it isn't living up to, says Dr. C. D. Stewart, president of Ihe Leth- bridge Community College Dr. Stewart said he was dis- turbed by the failure of the cabinet in making the neces- sary appointments to the boards of governors of the six collegcs. "If education is such an im- portant and topical matter you would think they could get the boards he said. The LCC board of governors has not existed since June 30. The terms of office o[ tires board members expired on this date, and the provincial cabinet has not yet made the appoint- ments which were to be effec- tive July 1. This leaves it with- out a quorum. Minister of Advanced Educa- tion Jim Foster was to have made the decision on the ap- pointment of new members, but due to disagreement about some of the appointments, the decision was shifted to the next cabinet meeting July 4. No announcement was made on July 4. A spokesman for Mr. Foster told The Herald this morning that the appointments will be released next Tuesday. "They keep saying next Tues- day and next said Dr. Stewart. He said the government keeps making one promise af- ter another "there is nothing we csn do about the matter, ex- cept keep getting alter the min- ister." The Alberta colleges commis- sion is also concerned at the provincial cabinet's delay in making the necessary appoint- ments. Dr. Henry Kolesar, commission chairman, said the commission had fulfilled its re- sponsibility by requesting nom- inations and sending the infor- mation to Mr. Foster. lime for careful consideration of these persons whose names were Dr. Kolesar said. There are n vacancies, in- cluding faculty and student representatives at each col- lege. Dr. Kolesar said also in- cluded in the new appoint- ments will be chairmen of the boards at LCC, Medicine Hat College and Grant MacEwan College in Edmonton. The LCC positions of board chairman Jerome Robbins, faculty representative Ben Brooks and student representa- tive Jean Boon expired June 30. The portion left vacant by J i m Anderson's resignation from the board last fall still "There has been plenty of I has not been filled. Crowbar music delights i.'l THEY'LL NEVER KNOW But from the expressions on their faces it looks as though they almost know they won't much longer be. Dogs in- including these two, when caught running at large or laken to the pound by owners who no longer want them, ore kept at the pound until it over- flows. Then the ones who have been there the longest are "put to sleep." However, all dogs, after a 72-hour stay during which owners may claim (hem, are available 1o anyone for a fee. At present the pound is too full of unwanted pets, but prospective dog or cat owners may acquire them by visiting the animal shelter, located in the riverboMom on the In- dian Battle Park road off 6th Ave. S. Groenen Photo By CATHIE JIETI Herald Staff Writer Tlie music of Crowbar, thundered rhythmically in their best rock'n roll style Wedncs- Clean air test returns to city The Alberta Motor Associa- tion has announced it will be conducting free emission test- ing for vehicles in the Letii- bridge area this week. Mobile emission-test units will be at Centre Village Mall from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. today and Friday, and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The AMA lias completed the first stage of testing automobile emissions in the province, said J. R. Rhodes, secretary-mana- ger of the Lethbridge branch, tests have been carried out in each major centre of the prov- ince and the association is now vehicles tested have been lound lo be excessive in either hydro- carbon or carbon monoside em- issions, or both. A total of 46 per cent of all vehicles tested showed and ex- cessive carbon monoxide read- ing which is generally cured by a simple carburetor adjust- ment. More than 34 per cent of the vehicles tested registered ex- cessive hydrocarbon emissions, which are usually caused by a malfunction in the ignition sys- tem. day. and jivers might have Lried a lew sleps, but where was the room? About persons crowed into the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion to listen to the six-man musical group. Most listeners ring for dancing on the outer edges, and still people scattered throughout the bleachers. The crowd loved them. Thun- dering applause and cheers throughout the building greeted Crowbar at its entrance, and at the end of the performance, listeners screamed for an en- core. Crowbar's best performance Federal low-income aids 'not doing job' By RUDY HAUGENEDER Herald Staff Writer Federal schemes to provide for the needs of low income earners aren't doing their job, says a former federal superin- lerdenL of insurance. K. E. MacGregor, w h o re- tired from the post in 1964 and is currently president of the Waterloo, Ont. based Mutual Life of Canada, said schemes such as the Canada Pension Plan, old age security and oth- ers were "intended to solve the problem, but haven't." All they have done is pro- view in Lethbridge Wednesday. Canadian insurance compa- was its year old song, Oh What virje the bottom level of secur- a Feeling, combined with fog, ity lie said in an inter- ughtning, and acrobatics. Kelly Jay Fordham, the large man with the booming voice lifted nies" worrierTby 1aik''of one of the guitar players onto a guaranteed annual income. his shoulders, and had the other because they are sure that, if j make it. wrapped around his knees, as it becomes a reality, the pro-1 It's a "tedious, difficult, long- they danced through a lightning gram will follow the course of other schemes. In fact, Mr. MacGregor said, programs already in effect and talk about GIA provides a boom for insurance companies. "It generates more interest for people to provide for their own needs because the past has shown people "the in- adequacies of their personal situations." While long-established Insur- ance companies are benefiting from talks about GIA, newly- estabb'shed companies may not benefit. Referring to a rash of new insurance and mutual compa- nies that have been formed in Alberta and British Columbia in the past decade, he said: "I'd be surprised if all or them and fog put-on. Crowbar, a Canadian group, is very patriotic, and short breaks between songs were al- most "dedicated" to short com- ments on Canada and Canadian Friendship centre beginning the second phase of the test project. To date, 59.4 per cent of Work will start on the new extension to the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion immediately after the 1972 Whoop-Up Days celebrations. The square foot addition remains nameless. The board of directors for the Lethbridge and District Exhibition Association, controllers of the exhibition grounds, have not discussed names. The "Chinook Pavilion" tag was used by the architect for professional puiposes on the artist's concept appeared in The Herald Monday. Whether the new addition will become part and parcel of the existing Lethbridge Exhibi' lion Pavilion or will bear it's own name, or whether the Iota complex will gain a new title is yet undecided. The Lethbridge and District Year Round Agricultural Spectre and Community Uses _ Complex Even their equipment was painted red and white. Kelly Jay posed the question of why the band keeps coming hack to smaller centres such as Red Deer, Prince Albert and Lethbridge. "Because, finally, a Canadian band can make more money in Canada than in the Kelly screamed, and the audience screamed with him. He said Crowbar can get paid more to play in Lethbridge than it can to play in Pittsburg. Their newest song Hey Baby, an "oldie goldie" came alive once again in Crowbar's rock'n roll harmonized style. The foot stamping music of Crowbar was well received by Lethbridge fans who love blues boogie and rock, and the sounds of The once problem beset Lethbridge Friendship Centre will soon have a new look. At least that was the impres- PLANNING A WEDDING? Let the WEDDING SPECIALISTS Frache's assist you and be assured of the ultimale in Fresh, fragrant blooms all at reasonable prices too! Jusl Call 327-5747 FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322- 6th Strccl protests 'switch' quote Federal New Democratic Party candidate Hal Hoffman has objected to a statement attributed to him in a story in The Herald Tuesday that "it is easy for voters lo switch from the Social Credit to the NDP." Mr. Hoffman said he did not make that statement. What he said was that the origins o[ the Socred and NDP movements wer eroofed in similar c o n-Ccrns for the common man. Because of the personal at-traction of the politicians and supporters in each political parly, it is sometimes anything but an easy thing to switch from one parly lo another, lie said, regardless o[ a similarity in philosophy. Pointing to a story under the headline: Alta. NDP won't kick ouf Waffle, Mr. Hoffman said "while the press lias a duty to criticize politicians when it sees fit, politicians and the public also have an obligation to point out mistakes mado by the press." START Adams and Henderson parks were established in the first decade of this century with and the city obtained from the Alberla Railway and Irrigation McCready-Baines Pharmacy A friend the family can rely on! Prescription? tefipk Just Call mS 917 9CCC "sEOYtSx: 327-3555 We Deliver! When you're confined to bed, or just when you don't feel well enough to pick up a prescription call us. Wft deliver! I McCREADY-BAINES LSTD' Phone 327-3555 Alto operating Walerlon Pharmacy Lid, in Waterton National PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone STAIN INTERIOR and EXTERIOR WOOD FINISHES FERGUSON PAINT LTD. 318 7lh St. S. Ph. ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE term operation to establish, and I hope they make he said. Current reports circulating in E. IMacGREGOIl Eion various civic officials and Native Friendship Centre of Southern Alberta board mem- bers gave Wednesday. The reason for the optimi- stic outlook as the Centre's new director William Head, a Blood Indian who has been working with native white groups in British Columbia's lower mainland area for the past lew years. Mr. Head, who started his new job at the beginning of the month, plans io introduce a comprehensive slate of prac- tical new programs. His first official decision was the change the morning operat- ing hours at the centre. It will now open at 3 a.m. instead of the early afternoon The schedule of evening hours is as yet undecided. Student job market The Lethbridge Hire-a-Stu- dent office requires a female lifeguard, a person willing to do an evening babysitter, experienced cleaning job, sales clerk, an cashier, kitchen help, vegetable hoers, an ex- perienced short-order cook, a part-time exlerminator, a sales- man for men's clothing, a front- end attendant, a cabaret porter and milila men. The office is located at 323 7th St. S. or telephone 323-81W. 224 HOURS A YEAR The average newspaper read- ing time in Canada is 44 min- utes daily. CLIFF Certified Dlnlal Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDC. PHONE 327-2822 financial circles suggest that many ot the new companies are in trouble and could face the same fate as the Alberta based Rocky Mountain Life which went inlo provincial re- ceivership ecently. Mr. MacGregor said the rea- son for his Alberta visit was to have a first-hand look at op- erations here. Ke forecast a bright econom- ic future for Alberta whose eco- nomy he described as "buoy- ant." Where Joes a suy park? A campaign initiated by the I sion he lias been parking the city manager to keep parked three-ton Iruck on the lot for trucks off vacant lots in the city brought a Iruck owner to the Municipal Planning Com- mission meeting Wednesday. Bert Mezei lias been told by the city police to not park his truck on a vacant lot, leased from the city. The zoning bylaw also restricts liim from parking his truck in his driveway or on the street. Mr. Mezel told the commis- three years, with the permis- sion of the lessee. The MFC passed a resolution to recommend to the city man- ager that he relax the terms of the lease, which does not pro- vide for parking, to allow Mr. Mezei to park his truck on the lot. 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