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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 20-THE LETHBRIDGE May New UW director warns inflation will hurt campaign Fund raising activities in Lethbndge will be DV increase in the cost of the newly appointed executive director of the United Way said this week David Wilson said it will be hard to even predict a budget because of the effect rising prices will have The people that can still afford to donate money will but those who cannot because of the cost of living won't And this will have a definite effect on the United Way he said Also the amount collected will not purchase the same services for the participating agencies that it did a few years ago The United Way collects funds for 14 participating agencies The campaign last year fell short of its goal by about 000 and the organization's operating budget showed a 482 deficit But Mr Wilson said he hopes contributions will increase because of the reorganization of the United Way The participating agencies will be more active in the organization this year because each one is represented on the board of directors In 1973 the board was comprised of volunteer directors who had no official ties with the member agencies The United Way has also acquired a campaign manager unlike the previous vear the campaign ran without a manager These changes should eliminate the apparent friction that developed during the last campaign between the board and various he said Mr who was appointed to the position last says the greatest task he sees in the job is increasing the contributions through the same means the organization has traditionally used While in the armed forces Mr Wilson was responsible for providing general administration and management services for the director aerospace systems development He has campaigned for the United Way while in the service and has experience in other campaigns including Canadian Savings Bond promotion He applied for the United Way position he said it is a new challenge Mr Wihon said he could not predict any other immediate changes because at first glance the organization seems to be operating well The 51-year-old retired armed forces officer said he and the campaign chairman will have to investigate previous successful campaigns to determine the best means of collecting funds He said if donations to the United in future continue a downward swing member agencies may have to go to the provincial government to get grants to till out their operating budgets Many of the agencies now receive some funds from the government Poor returns in future years might prompt agencies to leave the United Way and try raising money on their which would go against the United Way philosophy of collective fund he said Mr Wilson added the agencies must retain direct control over their programs because they are more aware than the government of what services people need DAVID WILSON Motel to make way Municipal Planning Commission approval was given Wednesday for demolition of a motel on Mayor Magrath Drive and construction of a restaurant on the site The Asia Garden Restaurant will replace the Starlight Motel at 10th Avenue S with a restaurant cocktail lounge banquet room and take out department Plans for a 15-suite apartment building at 119 7th Ave S were tabled bv the commission foi further consideration Galko Development Ltd applied to construct the building Nursing home subsidy hiked Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON An increase in government subsidies to nursing homes was announced Wednesdav The for each patient be raised to 75 per dav Irom M 75 ard will be rttroactive to Apnl 1 An additional 50 tents per patient da' v.db approved jbinct to i voluntary and pi ivate home s to pabb on in to employees It is ilso retroactive to April 1 The Natural Braun YOGURT MAKER 't t i 1 it o mjkiS a yrc-lt yo'ir t If of for on wM j yotjurt include n book 95 Deluxe model With automatic timer 24 Call Houaewsres 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Plant's construction depends on DREE Police Week tour A group of school children learn a little about safety from RCMP Const Garnet Ward during a tour of RCMP headquarters in Lethbndge Today is the last day exhibits will be open to the as part of Police Week in the city Pending approval of an acceptable grant from the federal department of regional economic expansion construction will begin this fall on a 5 million frozen food plant in the city Dennis 0 economic development officer for the told The Herald Wednesday Com Pac Foods Ltd of Regina expects to begin commercial production of frozen prepackaged entrees for domestic and export markets early in 1975 The plant is expected to be built on 10 acres of land in Lethbndge's industrial park area It will employ 48 people Com Pac chairman William Tufts said in a telephone interview from Regina the plant s sales would probably be 15 million Mr Tufts baid frozen dinners from the plant will go to hospitals universities and other institutions It will be the most modern plant in Canada and a first for the West he said 5 LCI accused pleas For five L ollegialc Institute student's Ihc Wednesday -.itting ol provint ul court signalled the beginning of a bad end to tluir Una I high hool joar The hvu did not witer pkas to various diaiges ot willful DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz 222 5th St S Phone 323-4095 BERGMAN'S Floor Coverings SALES AND INSTALLATIONS By DON BERtiMAN Open Thursday Evening till 9pm PHONE 328-0372 2716 12th Ave S damage and mischief and were all lemanded by Provincial Judge A U Elford to June 12 that tuturc couit ippear IIH es. would not mUrfcip with final exams Allan Lewis 17 1402 Lakomount Rd was ctwigcd with toui counts ol mischiet tin re counts of williul darn tge after an me idont Saturday whtne pnvdte businesses ana citv- ownod buildings wore spuv- p.mited with Harness initials and flw woids LCI didds 71 Misdiict charges are laid when damage exceeds willful damage thai are laid for less damage Other mischiel charges aiisnig from the incident weie laid against Barton Greg Mallmson 17 1809 Lakepomt Rd Mallmson faces four irnschiet and one willful damage harge Brian i a nest 17 Dieppe Blvd ib charged with d-imaging the business COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 201 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 DanUI Mwhanlc CLIFF BUCK DENTAL LAB MEPICAL DENTAL BLDfi. LDVW PHONE 327-M22 FOX DENTURE CLINIC Est 1922 PHONE 327-8515 ESP FOX. C.D M FOX LETHBRIDGE DENTAL LAB 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BUDG off UP of Kittway Plumbing and Air Conditioning while- Glenn Arthur Bright 17 11 llth St S and Michiol Sulloti McNally 18 28 n North Paikside Jie with damaging the Henderson Swimming I'ooi building Mdllinsoti is chaigod with spray painting Sceman s Jew- rfcry b04 tod Ave S and ho and Lewis arc charged 111 connection with damage to a Citv oi Lethbndgc woh ome sign Hcndei son Lake Pool the Hendeison I and a Home and Pitfield wuehousc Low is separately chaigcMJ with d imaging the Canadian Westein Natural Gas building Rittw iy Plumbing Sot Spra Car Wash 188 Noith MUvoi Magi and the Hohd.n Inn Hotel Lethbndge vouth charged with anto thefl and three counts ot breaking and enteiing was remanded to 22 loi sentencing alter he pleaded gmlu to all charges Wednesday Douglas Harold Stuim 912 7th Ave S admitted taking during a In eak in 4pnl 30 at C and Equipment Rentals 1410 2nd S and about during a break-in the same night at Liberty Boilers 2nd Vve S Sturm also broke into Alpine Drjwall and Plastering 1910 2nd Ave S but didn t take anvthmg After the break-ins Sturm took a car from the lot of College Mercury and drove it to Vir tona B wheie it was left ouit was told Stuirn still on probation after receiving a two suspended sentence in August 1972 tor two break ins in the itv A -vcu old Lethbridge youth p 1 c i d e d guilty Wtdnesdav to a oi bieaking into puvatc dwelling at 1710 Ave N and wjs remanded to May JO toi soitemmg oin t was told Ueno Frank Tientim 4th Ave S went into the house while its owners were winking in the vaid 1o testimony from poluc he looking loi cash when eaught bv the sentencing afte' he pleaded guilty to U charges of fraud Bi adley Dean Morrow 1119 10th Ave N used a credit that he had found to buy 12 of gasoline at the Gulf Self Serv Gas 1303 iid Ave S The court was told he forged the signature of the credit card owner He found the card while working at the gas bar He said he checked it against a list of stolen and lost cards and when he found it was not on the list he began purchasing fuel with it An 18-veai-old Lethbndge man was i e m i n d e d Wednesday to May 10 for ART STUDIO ON 1 GALLERY ff PICTURE FRAMING 'A 1958 I APPRECIATION In today's haste and hurry we are often over- looking and taking for granted the valuable ef- forts and contributions made by our personnel We were selected to cater for L.C.I. Graduation University of Lethbridge Graduation and Minor Hockey Dinner all at The Exhibition Pavilion 836 were guests in our Dining Room Mother's our Kentucky Fried Chicken Stores and Bakery did capacity volume It is therefore only fitting that we pay a sincere tribute to one and all of the one hundred dedi- cated men and women associated with a real Thank You to Everyone ERIC JOHN SVEN ERICKSEN N 327-7449 PORTRAITS PHOKK.K FRAMES-PASSPORTS FILM PROCESSING Outdoora-lndoori Tall us now 10 how inexpensive it really n to have a color portrait taken 710 5 AVI S LETHBmPGt-AITA HEINO DEEKEN Manager It's Time To Our stock of trees shrubs and plants have been prepared for ideal plant- ing May 15-24 Perennials Fruit Trees Evergreens Gladiolus Bulbs Vegetable Plants Open from 6am to 9 p m except Saturday till 6 Closed Sunday Open May 20th FRACHES NURSERIES AND GREENHOUSE Phone 327-2768 To Improve Service to our VALUED CUSTOMERS OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. Now hat 3 direct Phone Agricultural Division 328-1726 IndNitriil Division.......... 328-1164 Irrlgitlon ft Firm ModiMizitlon Division................ 328-3397 OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 236 36 St. NORTH LETHBRIOO6 LETHBRIDGE REFRIGERATION LTD. Commercial Refrigeration WALK-IN FREEZERS MAKERS 111 11th Street South Phone 328-4333 Lethbridge District Japanese Garden Society Wish to Announce the OPENING olthe NIKKAYUKO GARDENS May 17th Open Daily from 9 A.m. to S p.m. Including and Mi Tufts said the plant will nitrogen bath and then sent to be of tremendous benefit to the South by assuring a market for irrigation crops Food will be frozen to 300 degrees below zero in a liquid the institutional customers The company also hopes to provide northern Alberta constructirn projects School program family affair friends and brothers and sisters nearly filled the gymnasium of Catholic Central High School Wednesday to enjov the results of the Lethbndge separate schools music programs Maurice director of curriculum for the separate schools said there was no competition The second annual spring concert was held so students could share what thev had learned It was evening of sharing he said There was choral folk guitar band creative dramatics and dance from the elementary level The odd note came through but all performances were enthusiastically received The Grade 8 and 9 band formed only two years ago from Catholic Central gave an excellent performance Tonight m AUCTION BLOCK 2508-2nd Ave. N Lethbridge Presents a Furniture Warehouse Liquidation p.m. on auction will be such items as bunk chesterfield living room and complete bedroom for further information call 327-1222. License 077855 John Berezay. Lie. No. 067449 UNIROYAL ZETA Mileage Guaranteed Tires ZETA RADIAL Ironclad Guarantee MILES MORE HAZARD MORE CAR CONTROL MORE TRACTION' AND YOU ACTUALLY SAVE MONEY ON GAS And to be extra cure of safety let our Service Department give you a Safety Check BRAKES SMOCKS BALANCE ALIGNMENT All work m performed by experts to complete safety and satisfaction. CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE OR USE YOUR CHARCJKX KIRK'S TABER .CALGARY 16213rd An. S An. 1210-4SlkAw.N.E. rDm327-5M5 ftiM 223-3441 276-5344 TIRE SALES LTD. ;