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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ATTENTIONl Watch for our Special Exeursoin ro the World Pipe Band Competitions and CNE in Toronto Coming Soon ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 328-3201 The LetMnidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lclhbridge, Alberta, Monday, March 13, 1972 PAGES 13 TO 26 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BIDG. 740 4th AVE. S. LETH8RIDGE, ALBERTA Ask about Phologray The lern changej wilh light. Three members of the Lcth- bridge militia were called to Fort Macleod Sunday morning to dynamite an ice jam which was causing flooding conditions n low-lying farm regions, The men sol four charges Dialling 90 sticks of dynamite; .0 break a large ice jam just west of Foil Maeleoci. Saturday afternoon, the man River started to rise due an ice lilocked river pas- sage. Flooding started shortly after flic crest was noticed ris- ing, The Willow Creek, five miles north of Ihc town, overflowed its banks about the same time causing Jane Whipple, Hec Macintosh and Tom Blundcn Eo evacuate animals. Water has i 1 owed o ver the CaMurned-boaf fords a mini-lake caused by Chinook in Indian Battle Park Placard-carrying local youths protest Lake Louise development By RUDY UAUGENEDER Staff Writer The proposed million re- sort development of Lake Louise in Banff National Park was protested Iiy Lethbridgc youngsters Saturday. Eight youths, including four girls and four boys between the ages of 13 and 14 years old, planned their protest to coin- cide with public hearings in Calgary regarding the propos- ed development. CompJeto with home mario placards, the youths stood at the corner or 3rd Ave. S. and Mayor Magrath Drive, to dis- play their displeasure towards the project. Fearing retaliation against their parents in the form of jeopardizing jobs, the young- sters asked their names not be published. Initially ilio youngsters harl planned to picket the Esso sta- tion on (ho corner because Im- perial Oil Ltd., a company they feel is controlled by its United States pan-tit company, is a partner in the proposed devel- opment. However, they felt it unfair to affect the business of only one service station when the entire corporation was at fault. AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phono 328-3388 Instead they centred their protest at an area where they could reach most people. "Once development is started in our parks it will not be a youthful spokes- man said. They felt the parks are suf- ficiently developed at present. The Lake Louise develop- ment, IE approved, would he the forerunner to Olympic games in Banff National Park. "The park facilities are al- ready they said, and such a development would Census., fishing on City con noil's decision two weeks ago to conduct a special census lias caused some con- em for at leas t a few loca 1 residents. Four letters opposing another census, which is to be taken next month, are on the agenda for tonight's council meeting. The request for a second census came from City Man- ager Tom Nutting. Based on made by other agencies, Mr. Nutting suggested the population growth for the city 1 ast y en r should-have been closer to than the 952-person increase f'jimd by enumerators in Jan- uary. Council approved a recom- mendation that 5 qualified stn- NEW and USED ORGANS WE TAKE GRAIN! WHAT IS A GOOD NEIGHBOR? Cor tJcLujfion tcikes in a Tot of territory. It fs people you can depend on in bolh emergencies and every tfoy living, knowing thnl when you need help ]s close al hand. Furthermore, a good neighbor really carei about you one) your family. It is the intent and goaf of our pharmacy to no considered o good neighbor by everyone in this communify. We promise Ihat you tan depend on us lo have too and hen [I holds that you need, Iliat we wlfl always be where you or doelor can roach us quickly, and wo will care about your better health. CAPSULES OF WISDOM BY ROD and GEORGE "Labor as n Content" "Equivalent" "High Cost of We are nware of all terms and modern prescription developments, handle your doctor's orders as he directs. Our "Prcscriplion Service" is controlled by Afla. Pro- vincial Government "Professronal Service Fee" Cost accounted Agreement. Did you realize thaf with proper core the human body will fait a lifetime. Spinsters often knit when they'd rather knot. DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE nODNEY naig Mcclrca] Bldg. 40t 5lTi SI S 601 Ave. S. Froo Delivery Call 328-6133 Call 327-3364 dents be hired at a cost of be- tween and to get a more accurate count. No further recommendations concerning tlie census are on (.his week's agenda. Council is expected to ap- prove a recommendation from the community services direc- tor to allow ice fishing at Hen- derson Lake. The sport would be regulated on the lake by restricting holes, to be drilled! by auger, to eight inches in diameter; allowing no tents or houses on the lake; allowing no holes to be drilled in the skating area. Council has also been asked to support a Philatelic Society petition to the Canadian Postal authorities (o have a stamp is- sued commemorating the ar- rival of Northwest Mounted Po- lice A s s i s taut Commissioner Ja mes F. Ma cleod a t Fort Whoop-Up in 1874. Also on (he agenda is: suggesicd priority p] an for subdivision servicing; application from Engi- neer Homes to the land sales committee requesting a reduc- tion in the cost of land pur- chased for five assisted home ownership houses to from per front foot; request by the YMCA for a special grant for opera- tion of the Centr.il ScEiool drop- in centre until April 1 when the preventive social services pro- grams begin. The meeting will begin at 8 o'clock in council chambers ami i.s open (o (lie public. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwarii BWg. 222 5lh SI. S. Phone 328-4095 lead lo overuse and pollution of the natural wonderland. ..Citing U.S. parks as an ex- ample, the youths said only ex- tensive pollution result. "Just because their parks are polluted, why should they pollute the youths asked, referring to the U.S. financial support involved. They advised Canadians to write their MLAs, MPs and Im- perial Oil headquarters in Cal- gary to voice their opposition to the development. In addition, they suggested that people dealing with Im- perial Oil Ltd., through its Esso service station outlets or other- wise, stop dealing 'there. More than eight youths had originally planned to protest the Lake Louise development, but many did not arrive for a "variety" of reasons. The response from the motor- ing public ranged from total support, to apathy, to opposi- tion to the protest. The majority of the public supports their cause, the youths said. A motorist told the youths he have supported the cause it if were not "so anti- American." The youths said the protest is not anti American, but a public protest to keep Canada's parks natural and clean. They pointed out that there arc many non park areas with similar settings to Lake Louise, that could be develooed instead. 1 Accident injures three Three people were taken to hospital this morning following a car accident at Mill St. and 12th Ave. S. I Myrtle Arcand, 22, and her son Andrew, six, of 1134 1711) St. S. were taken to St. Mi- chael's General Hospital. Ex- Dance festival starts The ninth annual Alberta Dance Festival got under way today and will continue to Sat- urday in the Yates Memorial Centre. Tlie al is sponsored by the Lcthbridge Gyro Club and the Lcthbridge Ballet Auxil- iary, who have (his year organ- ized a workshop, to follow the festival on Sunday. The work- shop will be conducted by the adjudicators, Lois Smith, Doro- thy Kerr and Roland, and is open to all participants. Admission to a half-day ses- sion is 50 cents. The Saturday evening peformance, which is a program of festival highlights .ml presentation of awards, will have a admission for adulls and a admission for students under 15. Proceeds go towards fes- tival scholarships. Tickets will be available from the Yatcs box office during (lie festival. Accident injures four Fcur Letlibridge men were taken to St. Michael's General Hospital Saturday night follow- ing a single vehicle accident at Sth Ave. N. and Stafford Drive. Michael Tcnnant remains hospital in good condition after the car in which he was riding collided with a telephone pole The other occupants of flic vehicle, Warren Kimmitt, Brian Pearson and Michael Pervcr- siff, were treated nnd released Cily police report dam- age. Flood threat up berta grid road leading directly north of Fort Macleod. It is about feet deep for 400 yards in one location. RCMP have closed the road until the water recedes. Fort Macleod officials report- ed this morning that the dan- ger is not over. An ice jam fur- ther up river five to six feet deep and one-half (o three- quarters of a mile long is still holding. Another jam near the CY Ranch on the Pcigan Reserve, 15 miles west of Fort Macleod is stili in place, It is feared that if the ice JUJTI on the reserve breaks and pushes the Fort Macleod jam loose, the resulting pressure and debris will plug the water supply intake. on J The new chancellor of the I It will continue to grow as a University of Lcthhridge says the future of the U of L is as- sured because of the quality of personnel it has but, he feels the university will have to ex- pand into new areas. Dr. James Oshiro, 50, of Coal- dale said the U of L will have to look at new areas such as management arts programs and professional schools. He said a s c h o o 1 of optom- etry may be a possibility, since there is only one such school in Canada. A physician and surgeon in Coaldale for the past 22 years, Dr. Oshiro has served on the U of L board of governors for the past two years and previ- ously served a short period on cultural part of this area.'' Dr. Oshiro said he felt it is unfortunate that the university is used as an attraction for in- dustrial and economic growth. "Large industrial concerns are somctimes attracled be- cause of the presence of a uni- versity in the community. "It is a mistake to place emphasis on this. The univer- sity is a fringe benefit." He said the primary role of the university is the cultural and educational aspect and there is too much emphasis placed on the university as a training ground for profession- al people, Dr. Oshiro said he sees tlie drop in university enrolments as a "temporary' phenomenon." But, he added, the university must continually review its function within the society in which it lies in order to main- tain its relevance. mi the university Senate, He also was a member of the County of Lcfhbridge school ccrnmiL- tco. Dr. Osliiro was named to a fo ur-y ear term as nnivers it y chancellor on Saturday, re- placing Chief Judge L. S. Tur- cotte. He feels the U of L is steadily growing as a major cultural force in southern Alberta. "They have already attracted people of quality to the faculty who are deeply inter- ested in local h R said. "This university will not adopt the ivory tower concept. The intake is just down- stream from the present ice jam. The weather office in Lelh- bridge reports melting condi- tions will persist at least until Friday. W i t h the continuing mild weather, molting snow from the mountains will add to the flow of the river and unless the passage is free, more extensive floodir." is possible. Winds are expected to be in- termittent for the next few days. There is no immediate dan- ger for the Lethbridge area. Bob Wells, manager of the Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration in Lethbridgc, said the major water runoEE for this area occur in late May and early June. Most of the runoff due to snowfall accumulation has al- ready been handled through the river systems. Mr. Wells said it depends on the weather in April and May whether there will be any prob- lem here. If warm weather combines with heavy rainfall in April and May, there could be prob- lems, he said. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB tower level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 CLEARING AT HALF PRICE! Wildlife Plates Designed by David Shepherd for Wedgwood Reg. each 11 ONLY CLEARING AT, EACH 6.25 Call China Depl. 327-5767 DOWNTOWN amination was in progress at press time. A unidentified 20 year old man from Kimberley was taken to Lethbridge Municipal Hospital with head lacerations. Officials said there is a pos- sibility of further head injuries. City Police were unable to give any details of the accident this morning. Introducing COLIN McLAY COUN McLAY Our New Soles Representative To Our Many Customers and Friends We feel 1hot Colin is well qualified and will do his utmost fo servo you. CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13 St. North Phono 327-4591 TUESDAY SPECIAL! 2 Pfeces Delicious Kentucky Fncd Chicken, TUESDAY ONLYf Cotonel Sanders and his boys KEM GLO VELVET Qls. Gals. 12" KEM GLO SEMI GLOSS Qls. Gals. See the 200 patterns of wallpaper IN STOCK SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PACNT AND WALLPAPER 321 6lh STREET S. PHONE 327-S321 AUCTION BARN REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd AVE. N. SALE STARTS TUESDAY, MARCH 14-7 P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Twelve Dozen 1wo trailer jaclcj, five? folding doors, chairs, manllo clock, large metal lockle box, bookcase, box spring and mollress, large wooden wardrobe, lamps, lawn choirs, 3 lengths PCV pipe, refrigeralion compressors, -floor polishers, skill saw, bench grinder, farge fare020way fan, crystal bowls, ho by carriage, ranges, Imports, Viking 23" TV, lablcs, cVifistcrffold and chairs, Ulfra-vox dictaphone, garden tools, wagon wheels. Admiral 21" Portable TV, deep fryer, fridges, vacuum cleaners, silverware, plywood, coke cooler. MODERN 2-PCE. BEDROOM SUITE !n Walnut wilh 10 drawer dresser and bookcase headboard BEAUTIFUL NEW TANGERINE LOVESEAT Mony moro I term for to numerous to list Enjoy our weekly draw of Chubhy Chicken FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT AUCTION BARN Phone 327-1222 2508 2nd Ave. N. Auctioneer! Bill HOPE-lic. 845 Sales Manager RAY CUUEY ;