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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta VISIT THE CNE SPECIAL DEPARTURE FROM CALGARY AUGUST 16, 1972 OPEN RETURN Air Fare, Accommodation and AdmlMionf Only Return. Compare the regular air fore and save ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE PHONf 321-3201 The lethbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridge, Alberta, Thursday, June 29, 1972 PAGES 17 TO 28 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BIDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 "Do you have a spare pair oF glasses for holiday Landlord, tenant woes discussed By MARLENE COOKSKAW Herald Staff Writer The damage deposit is the cause of the "biggest landlord- tenant battle in says Steve Wild, court bailiff and proprietor of Credit Ser- vices. He was addressing people attending the first of a series of seminars on Problems in Renting. The Seminars are sponsored by Wayne Clark, 1615 Cosmopolitan Apartments, un- der the Student Temporary Employment Program. "The landlord is responsible for the cost of normal wear and tear on an apartment or suite, the tenant is responsible for damage. The problem is, who's to say which is Mr. Wild said. He said many landlords charge tenants for things which cannot be classified as dam- age. "If a tenant has lived in a place for seven years and the landlord charges him for a rug shampoo when he leaves, that's ridiculous. But on the other liand, cuts and burns on a car- pet after three month's stay is definitely not normal wear and tear. Any damage deposit must be returned to the tenant in full witliin 10 days of lus departure, with six per cent annual inter- est. If the landlord feels that damage has been done, then he must submit to the tenant within 10 days, a statement of the damages, an estimate of the cost of repair, and the bal- ance of the deposit plus inter est on the whole deposit. If the tenant feels that the amount slated is unjust, he can sue the landlord in city court, or have him fined in police court. "Generally the fine will be approximately equal to the amount owed to the said Mr. Wild. If the damage done to the CONCESSIONS FOR UNINVITED GUEST The firsl guest at Lethbridge's new Holiday Inn gets Room 922 all to herself without charge, because she's expecting, doesn't have another place to go and is financially broke. Innkeeper E. R. (Lefty) Wilson hangs a Do Not Disturb sign on the ninth floor door which will stay tliere until the blessed event occurs. While ibis little pigeon's bed of copper wire isn't as comfortable as the hotel beds, it is home for herself and her single egg. It is wedged be- tween an outside wall, sliding glass door and railing support. Air conditioning is great. Taber seeks city support for home By JOE MA Herald Staff Writer The Municipal District of Ta- ber No. 14 and the Town of Ta- ber have renewed their request for a 75-bed nursing home to be built in Taber. In their letters to Frank Rus- sell, chairman of Ihe Leth- bridge General and Auxiliary Hospilal and Nursing Home District No. 65 Board, the Ta- ber authorities reminded of a standing commitment made by CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LABfl Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. PHONE 327-2825 the previous Lethbridge Auxil- iary Hospital Board last year. The amalgamated hospital board voted, due to the July recess, to delay consideration of the request until September, the while acknowledging the ceipt of the request meantime. The commitment made by Ihe then Auxialiary Hospital Board was that should addition- al nursing home beds be devel- oped in- southern Alberta out- side of the City of Lethbridge, Taber would receive priority consideration. The July recess of the board was agreed to by all members except Don LeBaron, who sug- gested that wilh the amount of work the board should meet as Wortli report is stimulator ays university president COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 Welcome To Dr. Hugh Horner, Depuly Premier of Alberta and Honorable Fred H. Peacock, Minister of Industry and Tourism officiating at two important history making developments in our great Ciiy of Lethbridge. Congratulations and Best Wishes To Mr. P. L. Underwood, President of International Distillers Canada Ltd. on your sod turning ceremony ot 11 a.m. and Holiday Inns of Canada 'official opening of your new deluxe hotel. SVEN ERICKSEN ERIC SMITH rw THE 6US op WCSTTmf HOSWTMJTT ual in July. The motion for cess was carried. The board heard a presenla- n from the Lethbridge Re- bilitation Society for coopera- in client referral pro- ams. The board voted lo sup- rt Ihe society in- its expanded rvices for the rehabilitation the handicapped. In tills report, administrator Andreachuk said he has been advised that the Alberta hospital Services Commission will increase ils grants to the Southland Nursing Home, ret- roactive March 31, by 50 cents to per patient day. He also told the board of tho new central dietary system at the LMH, and developments on the proposed regional laundry for southern Alberta hospitals to be based at the LMH. LCI reunion registration Saturday The LCI Reunion of the Thir- ties will start registration in the main lobby of the El Ran- cho Motor Hotel from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday. A picture of each guest will be taken for the memorial booklet, and dinner dance tick ets and free tour tickets may be obtained at this time. Saturday evening there wil be entertainment at the Beer Gardens at the Exhibition Pa vilion Grounds at 8 o'clock Transportation will be avail LCC board won't exist The Jjethbridge Community College board of governors will not officially exist afler Ihis Friday. The terms of office of three board members expire June 30 and the provincial cabinet won't name replacements until next Tuesday. The terms of board chairman Jerome Robbius, faculty rep- resentative Ben Brooks and student representative Jean Boon expire on Friday. Only Mr. Robbins is eligible for re- appointment. Also, the position left vacant by Jim Anderson's resignation from the board last fall still has nol been filled. The four posts were to have been filled yesterday, along with appointments to severa: apartment requires more mon- ey to repair than the amount charged-for a damage deposit, the landlord can sue civilly, but he cannot seize the tenant's property. "Under the Landlord-TenanI Act, the only reason a landlord can make a seizure is for pay- ment owed through rent. A sei zure to p a y tor damages or utilities is not said Mr Wild. "For utilities, the land lord must seize under the city act." A landlord cannot seize stove, table, bed, bedding clothing, pots and pans, dishes or food. He may take any thin else from the tenant, provide; it does not belong to a linanc company. "And even this won hold up it ownership by th company is not registered wit Central Registry in Edmon ton." All goods seized must be on the property, in the place of leasing, at the time. To effect a seizure, the land- lord must fill out documents at the sheriff's office which obli- gate him to cover payment of all costs incurred in the sei- zure. This able if required, from the E Rancho. Sunday morning homecom ing services will be at loca churches. Registration and pic lure taking will conlinue from 12 noon lo 2 p.m. in the Mav- erick Room, at the El Rancho, and free tour tickets can be picked up. other university boards. The greatest value of the rorth Commission Report on ducational Planning is that it ill stimulate people in educa- on to think about what they re doing, says Drt Bill Beekel, resident of the Universily of "I doubt that it will cause real, swift or sweeping he said. 'But it will result in some hanges and more rapidly than rould have been Ihe case with- ut the report. Dr. Beekel said the report ontains some minor inaccur- OLYMPIC STAIN INTERIOR and EXTERIOR WOOD FINISHES FERGUSON PAINT LTD. 318 7th St. S. Ph. 328-4595 acies, misinterpretations contradictions but there and are However, a spokesman in the office of Jom Foster, minister of advanced education, said to day that some members of the cabinet "did not agree will some of the appointments" ant the entire slate had to be se over until the cabinet meeting next Tuesday. He declined to comment on which recommended appoint- ments ran into opposition dur- ing the Cabinet session. varies usually from about to depending on if the amount claimed is under or over he said. "Once the warrant is secured, there is no date of expiry. It is good until it is withdrawn by the landlord. The tenant receives a copy of the seizure, wilh a list of the goods to be seized. He is told his rights and may file a no- ice of objection if he wishes. The goods are then stored for a period of 14 days, during which a search is made to es- ablish ownership. If they are not owned by the tenant, they are returned. All remaining goods are sold by auction at a sheriff's sale, wliich must be advertised as such. "The goods are usually sold and college for much less than they are worth, and the landlord re- ceives little after payment for advertising, storage and auc- Mr. Wild said. In answer to several ques- tions raised by people attend- ing the seminar, Mr. Wild said that orders to vacate must be KLAUS POHLE Klaus Polile new Herald news editor Announcement was made to- day by managing editor Don H. Pilling of the appointment of Klaus Fohle as news edilor of The Lelhbridge Herald. His dulies become effective nest Monday. Under Mr. Filling's direction, he will be in charge of the en- tire news production, except the editorial pages. Upon completion of bis edu- cation in Edmonton, he joined the Edinonlon bureau of Cana- dian Press in He joined the reporling slaff of the Red Deer Advocate in 19CG and was named news editor early in 1970. He was Ihe Canadian Press correspondent in Red Deer for six years and a member of that organization's West Regional News Study Committee for Iwo years. He is married lo the former Lynne Von Luven, who resign- ed her position as family editor of the Advocate, when her hus- band accepted his new post wilh The Herald. "plenly of good ideas which bear careful examinalion." The U of L has eslablished a series of special commillees to study the report, section by section. Dr. Beekel said past experi- ence with such commission re- ports nYjkes him dubious that any great changes will be forth- coming. Commenting on the report's recommendation that the Al- berta universities commission be abolished, Dr. Beekel said, "It is something that has to be thought about. My present posi- tion is that I'm in favor of commissions." Dr. Beekel said he didn't know quite what label to put on the report "but I don't think it is radical at all." Fun Clubs plan active Friday The Fun Clubs of Ihe Com- munity Summer Program will stage a Dominion Day battle between the "French" and the "English" at Indian Baltle Park tomorrow at 9 a.m. About 200 boys and girls, six to eight years of age will take part in the make-believe battle with events such as a Land Claiming race, a mass Tug-Of- War, the Mystery Parcel Chal- lenge and a Field Baltle. The children of the Fun Clubs program will wrap the morning up by hiking ar.d taking part in a sing-song. All lhat is required of the children is that they bring a small lunch and 20 cents for bus fare when they meet with their group in the morning. WEEKEND TRIPPING? Side-roadj have lets of pictures on them be prepared, visit McCready-Baines. Take along a fine Reflex Cumeta and Quality Film for your Weekend Excur- office for Bloods Plans are being finalized for construction of a ad- ministration building in Sland- off on the Blood Indian He- serve. Tlie square foot build- ing will be located northeast of the planned school complex, a half-mile north oE Kainai In- duslries Lid. It will conlain offices for the band adminislralion, currently located in Cardston. Also in- cluded in the building will be Ihe Standoff Superelle, a res- taurant and a health clinic. given with 30 days notice from the date of payment. He said that if the tenant leaves within the period, he is still required to pay the full rent, but the landlord cannot rent to anyone else during that time. All clauses in the Land- lord-Tenant Act are still valid. The seminars will be held ev- ery two weeks at the Leth- bridge Community College. They are open to Ihe public. 7JO 5 AVE S LETHBftlOGE-AiTA You'll like the Rugged Good Looks of Brogues CAMERAS LEICA ASAHI-PENTAX MINOLTA KONICA CANON YASHICA sions! FILM KODAK ANSCO AGFA FUJI POLAROID MINOX And Many More ALL AT COMPETITIVE PRICES! 1 WHERE SAIES ARE BACKED BY SERVICE" Alto operating Walerlon Pharmacy Ltd. in Waterloo National Park LOOKING FOR LAWN DECORATIONS? 4-PIECE DUCK AND DUCKLING SET An attractive quartet Your own set of one and 3 ducklings. SET ONLY __ i __ JL, __ i JR. SIZE PATIO LIGHTS Colourful Lamerni of durable plastic will add charm to that patio party 6 bulbs, 6 shades, 15 foet long cord. ONLY Call Hardware 377-5767 SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELIING Phone 328-2176 DOWNTOWN Welcome To all students attending the LCI 1930's REUNION We hope you enjoy a great lime this weekend! We were happy to serve you away back in Ihe good old days and will be pleased to prepare anther CORSAGE NOW! Coll 327-5747 FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322 6th Street South lethbridge Slip-on Styles in Brown, Block and While. CAMM'S 403 SI. i. SHOES Vjf 8-TRACK TAPE SALE! 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