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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE UTHSRIDGE HEMtD Tuesday, November 3, Teacher Scores Media For Manipulating News PIANO AND CEftO WORKS Will highlight Ihs sec- ond concert of the current University Concert Series Wed- nesday night in Ine Votes Memorial Centre. The perform- ance, to start al will feature Edward Bisha, pro- fessor af cei'o at the University of Saskatchewan, Sask- sroon, and pianist Louise Chapman, associate professor of music al the U of L, The program consists of works by Vivaldi, Debussy, Ravel, Nin tind van Goens. Tickets may be purchased at tester's Music Store, university general office and the Yales box office immedialely prior to the performance. Council To Meet On Sewage City council is lo meet again tonight ami the main item on the agenda will be secondary sewage treatment Mayor Sees Change In Tax Structure A gradual change in the basic taxation structure in the prov- ince was forecast Monday by Mayor Andy Anderson. Mayor Anderson said the province last year assumed a greater share of (he cost of education and health services and he could foresee this share being increased in coming years. There was a general feeling at last weeks convention of the Alberta Urban Municipali- ties Association, he said, that there is a need for a comnre- bensive review of the situation. The convention voted to for- ward its position paper on taxation to the provincial gov- ernment, in reply to the March report by a special provincial committee set up to study real property assessment and taxa- tion. The position paper states, in part, that revenue from the taxation of laud and buildings should be used for providing municipal services to proper- ties only and should exclude health, education and social services, which should be fi- nanced by other means. ID addition, the paper recom- mends all exemptions be elimi- nated as these "shift the tax burden and distort the prop- erty tax base." Schools and churches are exempt from all but frontage taxes under Ure present regula- tions. More complicated typos of exemptions apply to some other types of properties. The matter was one of sev eral topics touched on at closed session Monday. Deputy Mayor Rex Little said tonight's meeting will be "rough" session to prepare the outlines of a submission to the provincial cabinet on sewage treatment. There would be nothing, he said, directly related to the cost of the secondary treat ment facilities and the distri- bution of costs to industry and j the general public. The purpose of tho meeting with c a b i n e t, lie said, was t degrees overnight. Winds should be light. Monday's high and low tem- peratures were- 41 degrees and 25 degrees. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denlgl Mechanic Capitol Furnilu'B Bldg. PHONE 32B-7684M Woman Critical A Cardston woman, V e r n a Chief Calf. 25, is in critical con- dition in Taber General Hospi- tal following a car-pedestrian collision at a.m. today on Highway 3G near Vanshall. Another pedestrian with Miss Chief Calf, David Yellow Feet, also of Cardston, escaped in- jury. RCMP did not disclose the i name of the car driver. Exams Before Christmas Asked By School Trustees EDMONTON The Alberta Schooi Turstees' Association Monday took a leaf from the Lethbridge education book, as it decided to ask the deparl- f ment of education to end the I jurisdictions could if they fall semester and provide final' sired, alter the opening SALMON FDNERAIHOME 11D. laihsimr SOOTH r UWWOG' AIM57A Cstitblutjcff 1927 examinations Wore Christmas. At present, Alberta govern- ment departmental examina- tions for Grade 12 are not written until the end of Jan- uary, Lethhridgc public and separate schools have been ac- credited by provincial universi- and closing dates for school without government permission, but the depart mental examinations would still present problems, unless the government agrees to change it. dales. Delegates came under heavy fire from the Edmonton public ties and the department of ed-1 school hoard chairman, Dr. W. ucation so they can offer and E. Smith, who reminded them mark their own finals. that under the new school act The matter ivas one of 16 re- they could already many of solutions dealt with by more! the things their resolution pa- Ihan 603 delegates and gues'.s to pcrs asked the association lo 64th annual pressure the government to do. the association's convention. A related suggestion was that school could he started prov- ince-wide in the third week o( August, ami ended the first uwk of .lime stso done in Lethbridge unuer the divided school year. "We've worked hard to get a school act that allows local he said, "and it's lime we started using it. Lcl's not ask the government to decisions we can make for our- selves." Another resolution called for With the more-permissive a government limitation on ex- new school act, local school! pansion of cither the University of Alberta or University of Cal- _ gary. The resolution suggested Hospital Head ncw Programs of study, new I faculties and various other ex- pansion movcmcfil.5 ;liouM directed al the smaller cam- j puses including the University of Lelhbridge and Athabasca i University, now being built SHOWING 1971 I COLOR TELEVISION It's just what jouVe been waiting for. To Speak Here Timpany, Dorothy medical missionary in charge j near Edmonton, of a hospital in India, will speak One reason, aside from a de-' at 8 p.m. Thursday at First Baptish Church. Horn in India, wlicrc her par- ts were Canadian Baptist missionaries, Dr. Timpany look high school and her university medical training m Canada. i tricts. sire for university decentraliza- tion. is the stupendous casts in- volved in buying residential blocks in tnc larger cities, when the land is much less ex- pensive in the new cnmpus dis- Gigantic 1971 Preview Showing: THIS THURS.-Fftl.-SAT. AT OUR COLLEGE MALL LOCATION You May Be Too Late To Have The First Co lor Television On Your Street, Bur You're Just In Time For The Best. New Dimensional Color Mukes "True to life" Viewing n Reality Perfect Tuning Is Now Automatic Chassis eliminates heat power overload problems, Sylvania has more bright ideas, Sylvania has the best color proffle- tion in (he business. The finest quality comes a! lha best price. Ask About Our lifetime Picture Tube Warranty ACME TELEVISION "Two Locations To Ssrve You" College Moil and 535 13fh St. N. LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE PRESENTS "MY FAIR LADY" YATE5 MEMORIAL CENTRE P.M. Nov. 23rd-Dec. 5th S3.50 At YATES BOX OFFICE 9-5 p.m. Open Men. thru Sal. starling Oct. JBtii Students' Nite-Nov. 22 SI.00 Phone 327-705J for Ticklfi FILL IN COUPON AND FOR TICKETS IETHBRIDGE MUSICA1 THEATPE P.O. BOX 811, IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA NAME ADDRESS Number of Tickets Price Dale you -wish lo ollend.............. ;