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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta VISIT MAZATLAN 15 Dayi 14 Nlghti AIRFARE AMERICAN BREAKFAST wth doy accommodation Trenlferi. From per person band on double occupancy from Calgary. Contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 The Lethbndge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, November 4, 1972 JMGES 17 to 32 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 Now Arriving: THE NEW EUROPEAN FALL EYE FASHIONS for 1973 Plumbing fees spur debate By RUDY Calgary contrac- Herald Staff who pay their union plum- five-cents-per-hour more Plumbing contractors here, charge only per Lethbridge aren't sure hour, a Calgary service-call fee they want said Friday. difference between the The confusion stems from rates is that under the old decision by some members Lethbridge p r i ce the Mechanical Contractors' drop to per hour sociation, bargaining agents in the new) after the the contractors, to hike hour while Calgary rates fee structure to for the continuous for at least the hour from entire day and then de- Overtime rates would 10 per cent. crease to for the new plumber wage hour or any portion thereof, next spring, con- ducing to per hour service call charges after. Under the current take another hike, warns system overtime rates association spokesman. range around per hour contractors now their union plumbers Some contractors have hour plus about a dollar per jected the raise outright, in fringe benefits. most are taking a association spokesman attitude until an the new service call meeting next are in line with those The contractors by electricians am the immediate price hike contractors, who pay costs have increased employees "less than we tially over the past year or New design course unique in Canada Functional planning and de- tign of buildings, cities and en- tire regions, with people and the environment in mind, is the basic approach of an experi- mental course at the Univer- sity of Calgary. Called environmental de- sign, the program is "unique in Dr. Bill Perks, dean of the faculty, told a group of local architects, plan- ners and University of Leth- bridge students at the U of L Friday. The faculty offers a post- graduate program in architec- ture, urban planning and en- vironmental science but strays from the traditional directions of other architectural schools in Canada, Dr. Perks said. Admission to and graduation from the program is directly ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5lh St. S. Phone 328-4095 Floweis say it fiom the heart. An anniversary isn't really complete without a gift of flowers. Stop in or call us. We'll have your gift on its way in no time. I nor out-of-town. Remember. When the gift should say love, the gift should be flowers. MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Phone 327-1515 through the environmental de- sign faculty. There are exams but no grading system. It is not even necessary to take courses toward the degree. "A student prepares for his exams in the way he sees Dr. Perks said. Some lake courses. Some go directly into the "real world" for practical experience. Others could go to another university for courses. Still others simply travel, a planned program of exper- iencing different parts of. soc- iety and other planning meth- ods. Of prime importance in "training people to perform a public service" is the interac- tion of students in the course from different scholastic back- grounds and between the stu- dents and the outside world (oulside the Dr. Perks said. Less emphasis is put on theory and more on the appli- cation of ideas to political, so- cial and economic problems. The U of C representatives were at the U of L as part of an effort to introduce students to various post-graduate pro- grams offered at the two other universities in the province. MOVING? AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES WEEKEND SPECIAL! Family Dinner FOR 2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN Chicken Chow Main Sweet and Sour Spararibi Deep Fried Shrimps, Brooded or Pineapple Chicken Chicken Fried Rico ALL FOR ONLY......... 3 .95 Delivered to Your Homo Piping Hotl OPEN SUNDAY and MONDAY 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. PHONE THE 327-0240 327-2297 LOTUS Acrosi From Tin CPR Depot One, grant, two., grunt Teachers can do everything better' than student! everybody knows that. If you've ever heard university students go through that physical torture known as callis- thenics, and the grunting and groaning that emerges, you will have some idea of the noises emanating fom the Uni- versity of Lethbridge gym these noons as the faculty and staff go through their fitness sessions. Above, Jack Ovialt leans into a stretching exercise along with his colleagues.- Top left, the class tries to push the gym wall down. They are not likely to succeed. And left, Joanne Broaster, left, and Helen Williams, right, use muscles they never knew existed. Centennial stamp gets initial okay Heavy agenda Monday Outgoing postmaster-general 'ierre Cote has approved "in irinciple" issuing of a stamp n 1974 to commemorate the centennial of the arrival at Fort Macleod of the North West Mounted Police. The postmaster-general, how- ver, did not approve an inte- part of the Lethbridge Tiilatelic Society's request that nother stamp be issued a few jays earlier to mark the arri- 7al of the RCMP's predecessor t Fort Whoop-Up in Leth- ridge. Mr. Cole's reason for refusing o approve the Fort Whoop-Up tamp was that his depart- ment's policy is not to issue lore than one stamp for any articular event every 25 years, PS spokesman Dr. Roman Scholdra said. 'We will hold on to our ori- inal request for two stamps in Dr. Scholdra said. The centennial is a very spe- ial event, and the postal auth- ritics circumvented the policy n the Maple Leaf series a few ears ago." At any rate, the LPS will have o negotiate with the new post- nnster-general after the federal Section. Dr. Scholdra said. The NWMP arrived at Fort Vhoop-Up Oct. 9. 1874 and at "'ort Macleod four days later, aid Frank- Smith, manager of he Travel and Convention As- ociation of Southern Alberta. The LPS also requested ap- iroval for a special die cut to in-round the "Lelhbridge" die on which is cn- iravcd "Fort Whoop-Up. North Vest Territories 1874-1974" Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5th Street South Phone 328-6661 NOW OPEN Government licensed Technician Repairs to Radios, Tolovtsioni and Topo Recorders. SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO and that the Fort Whoop-Up reph'ca be designated as a post office on Oct. 9, 1974 for the cancellation of "Day of Issue" mail and souvenir postal cov- ers. "At the moment the whole thing is uncertain because of the Dr. Scholdra said. Council to consider loans By RICHARD BURKE Herald Staff Writer A heavy agenda faces city council Monday, topped by three proposed bylaws which will allow the city to borrow a total of for civic projects. Council is expected to auth- orize the borrowing of mil- Accidents climb 164 Motor vehicle accidents In Lethbridge during September increased 164 per cent from the same month last year, the Al- berta Safety Council reports. The 209 accidents for the month compared with 79 last year was the highest percent- age increase for any Alberta city. The 40 injuries in Lethbridge for the month was on par with the previous year. There were no deaths in September com- pared with two deaths in Sep- tember, 1971. To the end of September, the city had accidents com- Tickets left About 40 tickets remain un- sold for each performance to bfc given at the University of Lethbridge by the Theatre I group from Montreal Thurs- day and Friday. The will perform Mar- low's Doctor Faustns Thursday and Galczinski's Little Theatre of the Green Goose and The Measure Taken by Brecht on Friday. All performances will be in the university drama studio. Tickcls arc available at the university information desk and at Leister's Music Ltd. CUSTOM MADE AND REPAIRS TO ALL LEATHER GOODS. RETAIL SALES McCALLUM'S SADDLERY and REPAIR 316 1st Ave. S. Ph. 328.634D AIR igjgggp CONDITIONING, HEATING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd. For the best buy in yoar round Comfort Phone 327-5816 in city per cent pared with 828 the previous year, a 43 per cent increase. Injuries for the first nine months of this year dech'ned from 393 to 302. There has been one death in the city tin's year compared with three last year. During the month Lethbridge had tile third highest number of accidents and injuries of all Alberta communities. It was exceeded only by Edmonton with accidents, 331 injur- ies and five deaths and Cal- gary 958 accidents, 128 injuries and six deaths. Medicine Hat had 59 ad- dents and 31 injuries. For the month there were 373 accidents in the province, up 304; injuries, down 30; and 58 deaths, up 14. For the first nine months the province's a c c i d e nts were up 10.5 per cent; injuries were up 7.3 per cent; and 32G deaths were down 1.3 cr per cent. Property damage for the per- iod totals an estimated million. lion from the Bank of Montreal to purchase land in the down- town development area. Nov. 15, 1973 is the target date for the city to gain vac- ant possession of the properly in the area, with all people now on the land moved else- where. At that time, Woodward Stores Ltd. will pay for 10.5 acres. The province will pay for 6.7 acres in April, 1973. The new central fire hall, which is scheduled for construc- tion on the northeast corner of 6th Ave. and 4lh St. S. begin- ning next spring, requires a loan of New fire de- partment headquarters and training centre, on Hie present No. 2 Fire Hall site, will cost Fluoridation has once again been brought to council's atten- tion, this time by the provin- cial minister of health and so- cial development. A letter to council from the minister asks for consideration of a recent provincial deci- sion to stop providing oral fluoride supplements to all res- idents "not having the benefits of fluoridated water effective April 1, 1973. The minister suggests cities which are capable of fluoridat- ing their water supplies have had sufficient time to do so. The oral fluoride supplements wore provided free by (lie pro- vince to accommodate persons wishing to use them until the water supplies were fluoridat- ed. Other agenda items include; A recommended timetable leading up to the awarding of a construction contract for the 6lh Ave. bridge to the west side by Dec. 1, 1973. Estimated engineering costs are Approval of a ex- penditure for a route location and functional design of 43rd St. Approval of a con- tract for a planning study ex- pressway on 1st Ave. S. from 2nd St. to 43rd St. and on 5th Ave. N. between 8th St and 4Srd St. A letter from the Golden CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS S110 INSTALLED Phone PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6th St. S. and 1514A 9th Avc.S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 hour service Expert tailoring blocking and leather processing pleat drapery processing Mile Senior Citizen's Centre asking for the use of the old library buildings when they be- come vacant. A recommendation from the community services advis- ory committee that a landlord and tenant advisory board be set up. Tire meeting begins at 8 p.m. in council chambers. EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZEL SHOE REPAIR 317 7th STREET SOUTH JUICIT THE PROCTOR-SILEX ELECTRIC JUICER Juices oranges, limes, lemons and grapefruit. Automatic pressure switch "turns on" when fruit is pressed to reamer. Enjoy fresh fruit juice In seconds. Reamer and bowl lift out easily for thorough clean ability. 16 95 ONLY Call Housewares 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Everyone Loves A Sentimental Santa And our Now Portrait Specials Make It So Easy! Clioose from a selection' of different packages at attractive prices. But: Make Your Appointment Now.. Fine Portraiture Does Take Time! In Lethbridge-Phone 327-2673 or 327-2565 In Taber Phone 223-2402 y. MAKE NO MISTAKE! You know the namo but The addrtst 1224 3rd Ave. South Opposite the Elks Club ;