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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETH8SIDGE HERAID Monday, November 3, 1970 Aide P The I.olhbridge Community College Friday iras given (lie green iiplil to cslablish a full- year training for In- d. -i fO'iricillor nines. Dale IlcylamI, director of the school of continuing education, said the gaalicad was given on Ihc federal level by Cliff Dint, head of guidance counselling nal -mn-incinl ipvi'l Emil Korchinski, regional su- perintendent of education for the department of Indian af- faire. The LCC now offers two one- monfa summer sessions for training of Indian people lo be- come counsellor assistants. Ap- proval to offer a third-year ses- sion this summer was also re- ceived. The full-year, eight-month program will begin in Septem- ber. 1971 with about K, students expected. Gty Avenue Now Closed The closing of Ave. S. which began at 7 a.m. today mil last until C p.m. Friday. The closing, between Mayor Magralh Drive and 23rd St., has been scheduled by the city's engineering department to "study the eilect it has on traffic patterns in the area. Observations of traffic pat- terns last week and this week will be compared to aid city council in making a decision on whether to close the avenue so it may become part of the parking lot for a proposed high- rise hotel on the Shoppers' World site. A public hearing on the closure mil be held Nov 16 in tie council chambers. 1 n ,U V: j, FOG AND FROST blanketed southern Alberta for the not been severe but high humidity third day in a row Monday, as a sprawling high pressure weeds and trees getting a heavy while system remained fixed over the area. The frost has scene near Lethbridge. Phc resulted coat, as in this lo by Waller 1 Concert At Raymond Pianist Douglas, Constance Channon for the past been studying Calgary artist who few years in Rome, has will Air Schedules Blocked By Fog C7 All major airport terminals cause of fog which isn't ex- in Alberta including Leth- pected to lift until late after- bridge, Edmonton and Calgary aoon. were closed this morning be-] It's the third consecutive day 800 Students Em-oiled In LCC Evening Programs The Lcthhridge Community of continuing College school education has than i programs this fall. This includes 86 in high and other interested people. Dale Heyland, acting director enrolled more of the school says students students in 55 evening seem to either want courses for credit toward a diploma, or present a concert at 8 o'clock tonight at Raymond High School. Miss Douglas has appeared in several international com- petitions and won a number of awards. She has been invited lo perform with Canadian, American and European or- chestras. Tickets wil be available at rjie school door for the per- formance, which is being spon- sored fly tie department of the provincial secretary, cultural development brarch. school programs, 91 in business administration, credit programs, and 526 in general interest studies. In addition, a number of In- dian students are studying tookkeeping at Brocket and English 10 and Math 10 level upgrading courses at the Blood St. Mary's School. The most popular general in- terest courses include hair styl- ing, which was expanded to two classes from one original- ly planned, and ann'.her course involving creating proper en- vironment for young children, which drew parents, teachers FINE Alan John Palmarchuk and Sybren Procee, both of Lelh- bridge, were each fined for racing when they pleaded guil- fhey want to take them for pure interest with nothing between. Rumpus room construction, public speaking, cake decora- tion and others are also cessful, he said. The college will offer a com- pletely new set of continuing education courses in the spring, including some of the more successful fall programs and others including bridge playing. Anyone who is interested in either taking a course, suggest- ing a new course or offering to teach a course is welcome to contact the college, Mr. Key- land said. Expertise in the subject is the major qualification sought in teachers, who do not need any teaching certificates. Suggestions are also request- ed for summer programs and the college plans lo offer its highly successful horeeman- trale's court in Edmonton and (ship, outdoor camping and field had her case remanded until ecology programs started last Friday for further tovestiga-l summer. fion. Miss Bayon, a professional Remanded Joan Agnes Bayon, 24, charg- ed with two counts of non-capi- tal murder, appeared in magis- Sundays high and low tern peralures were 29 and 20 d grees respectively. without sunshine in the south. Under flight regulations, planes cannot land or depart if the cloud ceiling is lower than The thick fog is caused 300 feet, or visibility is less cool, mcist, stagnant air bein than three quarters of a mile, j trapped under a high pressui The stationary high pressure system and moving slowly u Sewage Treatment Cost Is Cosls of helhbridgc's second- ary sewage treatment facilities continue lo bo a concern lo city council. Deputy Mayor Ilex Little is expected to ask tonight's meet- ing of council to ho'.il a special meeting Tuesday right to dis- cuss a submission lo be made lo tjie provincial cabinet on the matter. system responsible for the fog the hill toward the mountains. Weather officials explain thi is expected to remain southern Alberta area lor the' as the moist air moves next few days, bringing with it! slope" ii, expands cools the possibility of freezing rain condenses, thus creating th or drizzle. fog. Daytime temperatures should' This will continue until th be in the 30-degree range, drop- high pressure system move ping lo aboul 25 degrees over- off. It currently appears to b night. Winds should be light, [shifting slowly south easterly 1971 Pesticide List Released At Meet ty to die charges (rate's court in magis- babysitter, has teen charged with the death of two Lelh- bridge babies, John William Cot- ton and Andrew Green. The college also offers busi- ness programs on request from local or southern AJberfa fausi ness i'irms, including refresher workshops snd other courses, needs. Veteran Potato Grower Warns On Over-Production By STEVE BATIHIAM Herald Farm Writer Veteran Brooks potato grow- er Toira Ohama lies issued a word of caution to persons planning on getting into the potato-growing business. Mr. Ohama owns and oper- ates a irrigated farm 20 miles south of Brooks. tics which had recently begun I ing industry, but it docs seem operations, or were planned for to be more the area. The increase is thought to be sufficient to meet the demands created bv these plants." There are four major potato processing plants in southern "Potato acreages were in- i both of Taber, and Brooks Food creased lo acres in 1370 Industries, Brooks. from acres in he said. "This increase was meant to compensate for addi- tional potato processing facili- FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD serious Ihis year. Tie price paid for potatoes tliis year is about per hun- dredweight lower than last year. "This type of situation just has to work itself he said, "but some stabilization could come if Alberta growers can once again export seen" potatoes into the United States." 1 There were HO carloads of j The potato market is under- I seed potatoes shipped into I Alberta, Vauxhall Foods Ltd., Vaiwhall; Sun-Alta Produce Lid, Alta-FresVi Produce Ltd., A list of pesticides recom- mended for use during 1971 was formulated at the eighth an- nual meeting of the Western Committee on Crop Pesticides held in Hegina. Dr. Neil Holmes, research of- ficer in charge of the LeLh- bridg.e Research Stations ento- mology section, was cnairman of the meeting. Station ento- mologists Phil Blakeley, Dr. G. E. Swailes, Dr. D. S. Smith, fir. D. L. Struble, L. A. Jacob- son, C; E. Lilly and Mr. Stuart McDonald also attended. Dr. Holmes said the commit- tee discussed the latest controls for about ICO different species of insect pests and decided on changes provincial agricultural specialists should make when recommending insecticides for 1371. "These c h a n g c s are not to better chemicals in all cases.'" said Dr. Holmes, "but they will result in less pollution." He said the committees goal is to prevent pollution from in- secticides and to improve con- trol of insect pests. ''In addition to protecting the consumer and the environment from unnecessary pollution, the committee wishes Lo protect the iarmer from having unneces- sary restrictions placed on pesticides which may be valu- nb'e, but which could hs taken out of use merely on the basis of public fear rather lhan fact." The committee also hopes to get other agencies involved in pesticide research, particularly universities. "Allh o u 3. h representatives from university departments which siiould be concerned were invited to attend the pliates and carbamates.) Dr, Holmes said more r search is also needed to dete mine as many potential ha ards as possible of a new pesl cide being put on the market. The meeting was held unde the auspices of the Canada d partment of agriculture, and 1 eluded representatives f r o provincial agricultural depart ments, wildlife, Canada Fores try service, food and drug rectorate and specialists pesticide research from bot the provincial and federi agencies ana chemical compi m'es. Chamber Plans Supper Social The visitation committee the Lethbridge Chamber Commerce is attempting to ar range a social get together suppe- in Milk River with Shelby, Mont., Couils, Warae and Lethbririge chambers. In outlining the guidelines o{ the committee at its first meet ing Tuesday, Bill Mundell chairman, sug g e s t e d visits should be made on a one-day basis, to towns in the area on a prearranged basis. The committee is also to look into the matter of name tegs and ribbons or some metbcd of identifying Leth bridge visiting members. going wide price fluctuations, according to Larry Jorgenson, manager of the Alberta Pofalo Washington last year, the ma- jority of which were used in test plots lo determine if the LONG DISTANCE Tile Roman Empsror Tiberius ruled Home Item Capri during Commission in Calgary. j varieties are suitable for (he Mr. Jorgenson said, "T h e I different climate. whole price structure is drop- !'Vt'e fo ship at least ping because of competition be- tllis much aBain tnis twccn farmers. People continue said ilr- Jorgenson. to undercut prices in order to A meeting of the Washing- gain markets, and the unstable lon grower; and the Alberta price level remits Potato Commission will be held TT; said the practice of under- findings of (he tests mil be pre- culling prices 15 not new any additional ex- southern Alberta's potato grow- 1 port plans completed. ROYAL HAWAIIAN PERFUMES INCLUDING WICKED WAHINE MAI TAI ROYAL IEI MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE COLLEGE MAIL 328.1525 "llnmn nj the Pvnnnal Plan' meeting, none have attended in the last decade of his lite, AI the eight years Ihis committee 27-37. His enters were signalled has Dr. Holmes said. by semcphone to a lookout sta- "More research is needed to j lion fin the Sorrento Peninsula, discover psslicicte residues re- and thence from peak lo peak to Geographic sponsible for polluting Ihc en- the capital almost 125 miles vironmenl. particularly in the i away, rational new compounds, (organophos-'[ Society says. Under New Management TUESDAY, NOV. 3rd M9SS CAROL OLER Has 10 CxpcriuncQ in phases of Bcnuly Cullure, Styling, Perms, Colors. Wigs and Hoir pieces._______ OPENING SPECIAL O'ALL PERMS (ends Nov. Mill) Little's Beauty Salon 1110 Ave. S. Phono 327-3926 Christmas Mail Dales Announced The post office has an- nounced deadline dales for this year's Cliristmas mailing. Surface mail to the following countries overseas must be mailed on or before Bicse dates: Britain, Nov. 27; contin- ental Europe, Nov. 13; Central, South America and West Indies, Nov. 12. The mailinjj dates for distant points in Canada and the Uni- ted States, Dec. 3; out of town, Dec. 13, local, Dec. 17. Christmas cards may ,be sent at the third class rate bearing! a five cent stamp provided Ihey do not have more than five words of added greeting and are mailed in unsealed enve- lopes. All sealed envelopes require a six cent stamp and travel at] first class Further i n f o r m a Jion of; foy for My Fair Lady bringing Christmas mail, including la-isales to the cent mark bels for bundling cards, will be ,or the 0 50I) avauable in A meeting between city coun- cil, rcprcscutalivcs of local in- dustries and the cabinet was arranged by Mayor Andy An derson Friday, although the (laic lias not been set. Deputy Mayor Liltlc said the meeting willi the cabinet would likely be concerned with tech- nical mallei's of concern lo in- dustry. A public meeting on the fi- nancing of 111 a secondary sew nge facilities has been sched- uled for Nov. 9 in Susie Baw- dcn School. There is a recommendation from the land sales committee that developer Holger Frand- -t'n he offered a parcel of land at 1413 Lakcmount Blvd., part of which is to be used for 16 low-cost experimental hous- ing units. Tto units, to be built under the federal experimental hous- ing program, have been ap- proved by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation. A special three-member housing committee is recommending that a necessary subdivision application be approved by Fred Colborne, minister of mu- nicipal affairs. Ticket Sales Are Booming For Musical delivered to householders short- ly. the 13-night run at the Yates Memorial Centre. The shcw. Ihc eighth musics! production by the Lcthbridge Musical Theatre, opens Nov. 22 a 5tudents, pstiDrm. Sneakers will be Robert Gall, director of school services, who will talk on the gifted child; Willianm Lingaard and Mrs. A. Johansen, speech therapists, who will speak on deaf children, their needs and educational prospects. All interested persons are in- vited to attend. Only a few front-row seats are available for both Fridays and the remaining Saturday, Nov. 27, 20 and Dec. 4. Good seats are available for Nov. 23, 24, 25 and Dec. 1 and 2. Tickets may be purchased or reserved at the Yates box of- fice, 328-6115. Free two hour parking In some parts of downtown Lctli- bridgc on Saturdays, instituted this summer, may be in for some revision. Council will have before it to- night a recommendation from Tom Nutting, city manager, (hat free parking be extended lo include the tv.'o hour and 10-minutc meters. The recommendation stems from a report from the police department, which has had problems explaining the pres- ent regulations to motorists. Also of interest to local traffic commit- tee reports diagrammatic signs arc being prepared for the SDiilh Lakcvinv area. The signs will help people find their way through the crescents nnd curved streets in Hie area. Crematorium Being Sought A lease arrangement with a iocal firm for a. crematorium in Mountain View cemetery is up f o r approval at tonight's meeting of city council. A spokesman for Foothills Crematorium Ltd., Gerald Mar- tin, said negotiations with the city had been under way for tie past three months. Problems had been encoun- tered, he said, in working out a satisfactory lease arrangement for the property in the ceme- tery, but this had now been worked out and he as hopeful the arrangement would be rati- fied by council The proposed building, Leth- bridge's first crematorium, would he located at the south edge of the cemetery west of Scenic Drive and just north of IGlh Ave. S. It would consist of a recep- jon hall, chapel and crematori- um with its own exit and en- trance. The nearest existing crema- .orium is in Calgary. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mtcha Capitol Furniture Bfdff. M PHONE 328-7684 RE I Jnle I J IN LETHBRIDGE: 613-4th Ave, S. Telephone 328-4214 ;