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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE BANQUET FACILITIES FOR 75 PEOPLE The LcthbricUjc Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbrklge, Alberta, Friday, June 19, 1970 PAGES 11 TO 22 J erry A. E. CROSS WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE ABOVE MARKET PRICES GIVEN Condition Set For Transfer Of Shares A transfer of shares in Cable- vision Lethbridge Ltd. has been made contingent by the Cana- dian Radio-Television Commis- sion on a reduction to 25 per cent of ownership by Selkirk Holdings Ltd. The CETC has demanded the decrease because of Selkirk Holdings' ownership of both CJOC radio and CJLH-TV. Given conditional approval was a switch of shares from Famous Players Canad i a n Corp, to Agra Industries Ltd. and Lethbridge Television Ltd. a subsidiary of Selkirk. Famous, a U.S.-bascd firm, is in the process of divesting itself of all but 20 per cent of its broadcasting interests in line with government regulations on foreign ownership of Cana- dian broadcasting companies. Agra Industries, a Canadian conglomerate, has interests in other Lethbridge firms, such as Western Caissons Ltd. Province Returns Invoices At the monthly meeting of the Lethbridge Municipal Hos- pital board, Andy Andreachuk administrator, reported that the Alberta Department of hea'in had returned invoices toljlling for equipment purchased in 1969. They had been returned be- cause the department is not presently reimbursing except for prior approvals, due to the financial situation. Mr. Andreachuk noted that this is a reversal of the posi- tion of the department. Up to now, approval was not neces- sary except for items over In presentation of the finan- cial report, Mr. Andreachuk noted that in the five months ending May 1, 1970, the hospi- tal revenue was Ex- penditures were INDIAN ASSOCIATION LEADERS Harold Cardinal, right, was re-elected president of the Alberta Indian As- sociation of Alberta, at the association's annual meeting at Standoff. Mr. Cardinal, 25-year-old Cree from the Sucker Creek reserve north of Edmonton, is congratulated by fellow officers, Les Healy, left, IAA treasurer; Wilf McDougall, second from left, vice-president for the south- ern area of IAA, and Peter Many Wounds, director of the southern area. AAr. McDougall and Mr. Many Wounds are from the Sarcee reserve near Calgary. Mr. Healy is ex- ecutive director from the Blood reserve near Lethbridge. It was the third time Mr. Cardinal, 25, was elected to the president's post of the IAA. Essential Step To Rightful Place In Society Break Poverty Ties, Indians Told By IUC SWIHART Herald Staff Writer STANDOFF The Indian people of Alberta must free Jtemselves from the ties that bind them to poverty if they are to succeed in their challenge in the Indian Red Paper, Ralph Steinhauer, core-staff member on economic development for ,he Indian Association of Alber- ta, said here Thursday. He told about 400 delegates to !he IAA 26th annual convention :hat a change in the outlook of the Indian people is needed. "Before the Indian looked to the reserve for security and met hopelessness or he looked to the outside and met he said. "An opportunity for change rests within the economic and Munro Coming FATHER'S DAY FEATURE! (SUNDAY, JUNE FREE PEPPERMINT PATTIES V4 POUND BOX With Ihe purchase of a Bucket or Barrel of Finger Lickin' Good Kentucky Fried Chicken. FAMILY BUCKET 14 pieces Chicken, gravy, 6 roll: Io 7 serves 5 people PARTY BARREL 20 pieces Chicken, gravy, lerves 7 to Ci25 10 people V AVAILABLE AT BOTH LOCATIONS SVEN ERICKSEN'S FINE FOODS PASTRY SHOP Corner Mayor Magrath Drive, 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-8161 1705 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-7751 Health Minister John Munro will tear himself away from the LeDain commission con- troversy long enough to make a flying visit to the Indian as- sociation of Alberta meeting to- day to keep his word. He was due to land about 4 p.m. at the Lethbridge airport and jump into a helicopter to complete the final 30-mile leg to Standoff on the Blood Reserve. The health minister, who Was due to attend the association's meetings Wednesday and Thursday had to postpone the trip because of the tumultuus political battle that burst around his head with an ap- parent leak of the interim re- port on non-medical use of drugs to Time Magazine. But Robert Andras, minister without portfolio now in charge of housing but formerly associ- ated with Indian affairs, won't be able to make the masting after all. Andras also had been invited to attend, although not to give a speech, but he has been tied up with special cabinet com- mittee hearings that ran Westminster Shopping Centre 13th St. N. Phone 328-7833 FOR FREE DELIVERY Prescription Service Exclusive Lethbridge Revlon Dealer HOURS: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday thru Friday Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Closed Sunday and Holidays SATURDAY DINE and DANCE MINT JULEPS to p.m. Phono 328-7756 for Reservations NO COVER CHARGE! FATHER'S DAY SUNDAY, JUNE 21st You Owe It To Dad The family will rejoice honoring Dad by enjoying a delicious dinner together at Ericksen'sl Sunday Hours: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Phone 328-7756 for Reservations! sen s through both Thursday as Wednesday and tie government spurred its efforts to clean up business before the House re- cesses for the summer June 26. social develapment concept set forth within the counter-propo- sal io the federal government White Paper on Indians." He said a study conducted throughout the province pertain- ing to economic development of Indian people has been aimed at providing an analytical in- sight into problems encountered in this field. He said with this concept, the Indian people will be able to ad- vance and take their rightful place in society. Land Approved For Historic Site Means Money For Local Psychiatric Wing Hospital Funds Freed Alberta HealUi Mini s t e James Henderson said in Lethbridge Thursday a provin cial government freeze on hos pital construction has been lifl ed and a number of project are to receive final approval. In line with this develop ment, funds mil be made available for the construction of a psychiatric wing in Lethbridge hospital. "An up dated concept o mental health care as recom mended by the Blair repor will eventually de centralize mental health Mr Henderson said. "As an in terim. measure we intend to make more beds available existing facilities." Mr. Henderson said he wasn't prepared to support the proposal which came from joint meeting of the Calgary and Lethbridge mental health planning councils suggesting that the Alberta Hospital Claresholm be turned into an active treatment centre. Mr. Henderson said thai while he hadnt' seen the de- tails of the proposal, "if councils were suggesting ac live treatment similar to ser vice we have in Ponoka these would not be considered they are contradictory to the recommendations of the B Report on Mental Health Ser vices." Mr. Henderson said the plac ing of all three hospitals in Claresholm under a single board, integrating professiona services, was a sensible idea but probably would create fi nancial difficulties. The Oldman Hiver Regional Planning Commission Wednes- day approved the subdivision of two acres of land west of the Lethbridge airport as an historic site. The County of Lethbridge Theft Of Army Rifles Investigated The Lethbridge detachment of the RCMP is investigating the theft of 11 FN army rifles and three bayonets with carry- ing cases from the Lethbridge armories at Kenyon Field. Thieves apparently gained entry sometime during the eve- ning of June 16 by smashing a window in the northwest cor- ner of the building, crawling hrough and then kicking in bur doors before entering the quartermaster's store room where the rifles were kept. COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 will build a road1 to the site The actual site work will be done by the department Northern Affairs. A spokesman for the county said no plans for the site have been received, but it is as- sumed a cairn will be tail indicating the location of Fort Whoop-Up. The cairn would be on the coulee bank just above the for- mer site of the fort, about three miles south and four nu'les west of the city. Completion date for the pro- ject is in August. Cancer Fund Has Officials of the Canadian Cancer Society have an- nounced funds for the annual Lethbridge and district cam- paign now total To date, 22 out of 46 rural points have reported. The ob- jective for the drive is The president of the Leth- bridge CCS unit, Cecil Gordon, said a record response to the appeal was regist e r e d in Claresholm where more than has been collected. Mr. Gordon has requested rural points to have their re- turns in by June 26 if possible. The cancer society office in LeUibridge is located at 409, Canada Trust Building. SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT 509 6lh Avenue South INUTE UFFLEPI INSTALLATIONS Phono 328-8134 New Facility Confirmed A spokesman for the Alberta department of public works Edmonton, says a new socia welfare facility in Lethbridgi definitely will be built. Discussions were held ii Lethbridge Tuesday between the city and the depart ments of public works and Al berta social development 01 the location of the building. A site is under consideration but no decision has been made the spokesman said. The exact nature of new cility hasn't been made clear. The department of social de- velopment has said it wiU com- plement the current facilities at Sifton House, a receiving home for children. The department has also said that while the new home would not be a detention cen- tre for juveniles, they are look- ing at the possibility of facili- ties for teen-agers. Remand Given Youth Linda Maxine Tyznenko of Lethbridge, 19, was remanded in magistrate's court this mor- ning to Aug. 21 on drug charges laid in early June. She was remanded without election or plea on two charges under the Narcotics Control Act and possession for the purpose of one charge under the Food and Dnig Act. S'ne will continue to be re- leased on a property bail. PHARMACY FACTS From O. C. STUBBS What really is acne, and why do so many teen-agers have this >roblem? "Acne is a disorder of the glands of the skin, and reasons so many teen-agers are plagued with this 1 lem lies in fact that so many glands in their bodies are changing and be- coming more ac- tive. It is at this age that their skin can tend to lecome more oily, which in urn block the skin pores, re- ulthig in pimples and black- leads. Acne is not necessarily a result of either bad dietary abits or "not being clean." Good, lasting skin care is us- ually the answer, but the best ;dvice is always, "Please talk o your doctor about this prob- em." Free parking? Of course. Free prescription delivery? Of ourse! Friendly, helpful scr- ice? Of course! Stubbs Phar- at 1500 9th Ave. S. OF COURSE! While he indicated that the psychiatric hospital in Ray- mond would likely be phased out in a few years, Mr. Hen- derson said that the future of the similar facility in Clares- holm was, at present, in- definite. One problem in all psychia- tric hospitals is that of attract- ing personnel. "Lethbridge has trouble at- tracting Mr. Henderson said, "so has Po- ncka. We have not been abla to overcome that Medicare Alberta Health Mini s t e r James Henderson told a news conference in Leth bridge Thursday about 150 applica- tions have been received from Alberta residents wanting to remain outside the provin cial Medical Care Insuranci program. "As a matter of principle, or for religious reasons where people feel they do not _ want to have the government invading their health needs, it is quite within the provision of tho medical care plan to opt Mr. Henderson said. "How ever, once this has b.een done, the decision is irreversible for a twelve month period. After that time, if they wish to apply for the program they may do so." Mr. Henderson explained that opting out is an expensive choice. "The combined prem- ium for hospital and medical care for a family is whereas anyone opting out must be prepared to pay a minimum of per day just on hospital care alone." Mr. Henderson stated the program was being expanded to offer optional insurance to cover drags. "We will buy up existing Blue Cross he said, "and offer these through the commission to people who have not qualified for group coverage. Elderly p e r s ons sometimes have not been able to get into a Blue Cross group. We will be able to give drug coverage for those who wish it for an additional annual pre- mium of Mr. Henderson said that the government would collect ap- proximately million this year in premiums. "People claim the cost of the premiums is high. However, without this Police Warn On Theft City police are warning car owners with cassette tape rec- orders to lock their cars. There is an increasing num- ber of thefts of these recorders being reported to police from owners who neglected to lock iheir cars. Anyone who doesn't lock his car and leaves the tapes and recorder in plain view is invit- .ng someone to steal them, a lolicc spokesman said. CLIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 method of revenue we would have to levy a three per cent tax throughout the province. The premium is really a form of taxation and represents less than 20 per cent of the cost of the service." In order to qualify for fed- eral aid in the program, the province has to have 95 per cent participation. Deadline for opting out o! the plan is June 30. No Word On Naming Conciliator No word has been received from the board of industrial relations on the appointment of a conciliation officer in the con- tract dispute between the Leth- bridge Police Association and the Lethbridge Police Commis- sion, an association spokesman said Friday. Negotiations between the two groups ended last week. The as- sociation has applied for con- ciliation. It represents 51 mem- bers. Police matrons, members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 70, settled Wednesday. SMALL SPENDER 1970 VOLKSWAGENS PRICED FROM 55.00 Per Month 1964 M.G. CONVERTIBLE Completely oyerhouled. 1967 V.W. PANEL Ideal for ?1495 ramnina. TON CAMPERS Hardtop Tent Trailers RAEWOOD LTD. Corner 3rd Ave. and 16th SI. S. Phone 328-4539 Car Lot 328-4356 For Summer Dress-Up Timel SAVAGE PUMPS and SLINGS In cool summer white and beige. New Heels New Toes. LISA DEBS and beige pumpj slings and navy with white trim other Dress Shoes Such famoui btandi CLOUD SOFT AIR STEP SLATERS GOLDEN PHEASANT LADIES' SUMMER SANDALS In low and block heel.- Colors Dark brown, taupe, while, and bone. Priced from See our complete selection oF HANDBAGS and HOBO BAGS SEE OUR NEW SUMMER WINDOW DISPLAY 403 5lh Street S. SHOES ;