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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 1HE IE1IIBRIBGE KERA1D Frlduy, Mmtti 3, 1WJ Tuenty stucU'iil.s of Kate An- Hipli School ivill U-avv for Montreal March 31 on .1 sj'-onsored .slu- dent travel program. The ngcd 15 lo IS, were chosen from homes in a low income bracket lo give- Ihcni the ciiporlmiity lo see The Rr'ant for iravcilii-s; ex- peiisos was given by the [odcra sponsoring fnml raisins ac- tivities. The students will fly to Mon- treal March 31 ami spend 111 first tln-cc days at (lie YMC'A building, after which they will tx- billeted in private homes for Iho remaining eight Activities will include a one day visit (o Ottawa, a tour ol j of interest, a cruise on the sea-1 way, visits to Montreal-based television programs and a day oivued summer department of Iho secretary of and was r.ddod for nrivale cwiws bv the town at a priva ol ttekbte, the Canadian camp m the LanrenUan tc'ii Natural (las Company, the 'a''.li- Elks Club, the Optimist's Club i Trie students mid tin- KA1IS students' coun- cil The- -0 students plan needed 5UXX) hy Ch amber represent a lives to attend citv council meets will return at the end of Uw Easter holidays, April a. up Bauer -arc I Charlc-i of 1017 25th St. S. has won ir.-norable men- tion in a oo.or slide content held by the Canadian Hose So- ciety. Toronto, M'r. Bauer's roses have won numerous prizes in lo.'al and national The society will make dup- licate slides oi the winning rose pictures These will be available f o r viewing b y member and affiliate clubs. New U of L chancellor to be named The University of Lethbridge name a chancellor next week. Chief Judge L. S. Turcotte v.ill flop do'.vn from the posl on .March 11 at a special mectinR o[ the university Senate. His successor will be named at iliat time. Judge Turcotte is Ihe first chancellor of the U of L. AGKICULTUIUST Mur- ilay McLclland hns been ap- pointed tlLslrict agriculturist in charge of the Lethbrklgc offict' of tlie Albcrlji nicut of nHriculUirp. Tic as- sumes the duties of Cal Braod- ley wlio lias taken the new role as extension specialist in agricultural law. Mr. laud specialized in agricultur- al mechanics and has served as assistant district agricul- turist at Cardston. The public affairs committee of the Letlibridge Chamber of Commerce tlccidcd Thursday night it will have rcprcsenta- .ives at all city council nicet- JlgS. grant MAGRATH (HNS) The Tov.ii of Magrath receive about fo employ 15 peo- ple to extend ths Magrath Goif .Course clubhouse and to de- I velop town parks. Nursing home busy place The Southland Nursing Home, opened Fob. 71 has admitted 103 persons, says Andy Andreachuk. Lethbridge General nnd Auxiliary' Hospital and Nursing Home District No. administrator. The home has 150 beds. housed hi six 23 bed wings. Four of the wings are in full use now and a fifth is partially occupied. Mr. Anrtreschuk said all 150 will be in use shortly. With the opening of the home and the addition of 15 beds to the Municipal Hospital since last September, about GO more active treatment beds have j been available to Lcthbridgitcs, Mr. Andreachuk said. 1 Alreaciv, the February 1972 I cumulative vailing list has slioivn a decKiie from January. The grant is federal assis-! Before construction of the tance under the department of manpower and immigration's local initiatives program. home, the waiting list showed steady increases as the months went by. It will hold regular monthly meetings to discuss council de- cisions on matters of commu- nity concern. Council's decision to reject proposals that overpasses be built at high traffic and pedes- trian intersection is to be fur- ther investigated. I An alternative scheme is to be investigated whereby a pe- i destrian wishing (o cross roadway holds out bis arm to i warn motorists of his intention. I In Calgary, a raised arm usu- j ally brings traffic to a halt, al- I lowing the pedestrian to cross m safety. Motorists nol observing the signal are liable to a fine. The chamber will be contact ing the Calgary police for de- tails on how the program was implemented, how it was pub licized and documentation on its success or lack of success Once details arc obtained, a recommendation may then be made to the chamber's boarc of directors for further action in Lcthbrldge. The subject of park ing meters in the downtown area i to be discussed with the Down town Merch a n t.s Associ ation Other matters discussed by th committee included: availabil ity of building lots in East Loth bridge; travel trailer facilities snow clearing problems on cit streets; lack of support by th city of local businesses an firms in consulting and con struction fields. Railway club j meeting March 4, 5 The 5th a nnu al Lethbridge Model Railroad Club show will be held in the Bowman Arts Centre March 4th and 5th. Co sponsored by the South- ern Alberta Moticl Railway Club, the shows will rim from 1 to 6 p.m. Displays will include the local club's portable model rail- road 1 ay out wJ th working models, equipment used by the club structures used in the layouts and various pieces of rolling stock (engines and D email stra tions of h DW t o build structures and trees for scenery, kits for home use and track laying will be featured. FUms of both model and full- scale trains will be shown. A model of the Southern Al- berta Railway Club's new club facilities and proposed layout in Gyro Park will be on dis- play. The building is 'now finished. Layout work, track laying, scenery construction and fini- shing is now being done. Tony Lee, a member of the club, said when the facility is fully operational, it will require 20 operators lo make use of the full range of equipment. ALL TIRED OUT Picture En your mind the machine these tires will fit. How much snow will Multiply the machine by and there migril bo equipment to get rid of all the snow in Lethbridge over the weekend. Maybe with the help of a Chinook? Oh well, the fires would make great sandboxes. WOMEN ACTIVE There are 18 women dele- gates to five Women of Uni- farm locals with Region 14 of Uniform in southern Alberta. r WILL LIGHT UP YOUR HOUSE! projects entered in fair BUY 1 BULB Tlie Lethbridge Branch of the Projects cover topics from Alberta Institute of Agrologists pollution, earth and space to Institute Special Available only our 5-year bulbi! Call Hardware 327-5767 and the Agricultural of Canada will jointly sponsor their 10th annual Lelhbridge Regional Science Fair March IP, anil 39 in the Exhibition Pa- vilion. There are projects entered j in the fair, involving about 105 i junior and senior high school students. physics, chemistry and the bio- logical sciences. Dr. L. G. Lutwlck of the Re- search .Station said the students have "relatively uirle interests" in their choices. one over all winner. The top I on the first day of the local four students and their entries are sent to the Canada Wide Science Fair in Samia, Out. Three Lethbridge projects won major prizes in the 1971 fair. Entries are judged by a com- RECEIVES CUPPED WINGS Cadet Louis Jenest of 2296-20 Ind. Field Bly. Cadet Corps was one of 38 cadets to receive their clipped wings, which signify that tha cadet has undergone the same basic training as a paratrooper in the Canadian Arm- ed Forces. The boys took part in a weekend exercise at Griesbach Barracks in Edmon- ton, a Canadian Armed Forces Paratrooper Base. The climax of the training was a jump from a 38-foot tower down a 100 foot steel cable. Presenting Codel Jenest with his clipped wings is Capt. L. D. Bodel! of tetlibridge. Education Week Monday There will he a winner chos- j mittee of selected qualified in en in each topic section, and I dividuals from the community, The pavilion is open for pub- lic viewing of the exhibit's from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and from I p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. There is no charge, but n silver collection will be taken which will be used to help fi- nance the winner's trip to On- tario. >ridge will throw open their door.s to the public all Week in Alberta. The week provide.; parents with the opportunity to visit the schools, not only to see haw their child is doing but for a first-hand look at what UK entire school is in the education of our young people. week will he marked by displays of student projects, stage presentations, normal classroom activities and other special events. 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