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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, June 21, 1973 THI LITHMIDM HMA1D Offers art to ghetto children Elr-a Lewis watches as an instructor leads children in drum practice in the heart of Boston's Roxbury ghetto. The Elma Lewis school of Fine Arts developed in 25 years from a dance class to a muJti-million-dollar cultural arts school. The school blends Shakespeare, Mozart and ballet with drums, soul and tribal dances. Farm program pact reached TAWA (CP) The federal the agreement is expected to Campus building frozen TORONTO (CP) The hal- cyon days of monumental con- struction projects at Ontario universities are over Six months ago the provincial government clamped a freeze on campus building programs, programs that often ex- travagant, says a government report. It goes by the forbidding title, University Buildings Space Cost Data In 464 pages the report analyzes every university build- ing project in Ontario during the years 1984-71. In part it says "In all the years from 1965 to 1970 the av- erage cost per gross square foot of university buildings was con- sistently higher than all se- lected types of commercial buildings except prestige office buildings, movie theatres and hospitals." During the eight up to 1972 the province contributed billion to university and community college building projects. But too often the and their architect! fett the buildings should be works of art and "have something that would give the universities character.4' OTTAWA (CP) The federal and Manitoba governments have reached agreement in principle on the provinces en- try into the small farms devel- opment program, Agriculture Minister Eugene Whelan an- nounced today. Details are being drafted and the agreement is expected to be signed shortly Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, New Brunswick Nova Scotia and Pnnce Edward Island have joined the plan which promotes farm develop- ment and also helps farmers who want to switch to other oc- cupations or retire mi MACL UENiRi VILLAGE MALL PHONE 327-4240 Plan your painting now! INTERIOR and EXTERIOR at FANTASTIC SAVINGS I OF SHERWIN WILLIAMS Kern Wood Satin Super Kemtone lo Kemwood Super-Var VARNISH Kern Namel Kemglo Velvet kind other national brand discontinued lines of paint. All must go as we need the space. SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION Charge It! For your shopping convenience use your R GAMBLES CANADA ACCOUNT CARD. half price Royal Albert bone china cups and saucers in assorted patterns Reg. ea. a-21 R 83843. Only a huge purchase makes it possible to offer you this great savings. These cups and saucers are by Royal Albert, renowned as the foremost manufacturer of English bone china. And because our purchasa was so large, you can choose from a wide variety of lovely shapes and floral patterns. AH beautifully designed and executed. And they are perfect for gift-giving, now or later! .99 Save9 Florentine-style decorator mirror 11 Reg. eo n-21 R 75013. Grace your home with the opulence of the 18th century. Sculptured composition mirror frame in Antique Gold colour measures Sheet glass mirror is guaranteed against silvering defects for 5 years, measures China and Glassware STORE HOURS: Open daily from 9-30 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to 9.-00 p.m. Centra Village Mall. Telephone 328-0231 ;