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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HAWAII LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE Calgary 20 Ritvrn Jan. 3 AIRFARE ONLY PLUS S3.OO U.S. TAX ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 32B-3201 The Letltbndge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, November 17, 1972 PAGES 13 TO 28 Whol'i New On The South Albfrfa Form and Rural Scene? Find Out In The Herald's Next "CHINOOK" INCLUDED WITH THE TUESDAY, NOV. 28, ISSUI OF THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD City needs more staff Downtown redevelopment plans gathering momentum, problems HAVE A COOKIE The Cookie Monsler, one of the favorite Sesame Street charac- ters, hands out cookies to fans, Philip Tolley, 3, lee Ann Tolley, 5, and Slewart Talley, 7, in front of the booth where names are being gathered for a petition to get the child- ren's educalional program back on the air in fethbridge. The youngslers are also be- ing encouraged to sign a petition for the cause. Adjustments difficult schooling fails' Integrated native non-na live schooling has failed in southern Alberta, says Caen Bly, editor of the trace-monthly Blackfoot publication, Kaina News. It has resulted in a more than 50 per cent drop-out rate by Indian Icenagers, she toll the Southern Alberta Counci on Public Affairs in Lethbridge Thursday. She said nation wide figure would probably be similar. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mochanic BLACK DENTAL LAG MEDICAL DENTAL BLDC. Lower Level PHONE 3Z7-5822 PHARMACY FACTS FROM 0. C. STUBBS If you've been hearing that denial work is not nearly as painful as it used to be, this good news is correct. Patients who used to dread the inject- s ion of dental an- :sthclic now liavi irofessionnl cxlcrmiualor twice a year for the purpose of rid- ding the premises of unwonted rodenls nnd insects by spraad- IIR around pois nous delica- cies. "nut n mouse (rap seems to work Mr. Comstock said, A Blood hand council effort to postpone the Nov. 21 council elections until mid-December t coincide with the annual capita accounts interest payments t band members has be de- feated. The move, described as "pol itical bribery" by some of the more than 70 candidates seek ing the 12 council contra vened Ihe Indian Act. The 12 council members and chief, all of whom arc seeking re-election, indicated the move was necessary to get people to the polls. The interest money would have been distributed at the polling stations. The money, which varies from to per person an- nually, is usually offered just before Christmas. However, during the past few elections, the money has been distributed on election day. In a guarded statement, the Progressive Bloods, newly- 'ormed cine action group, cri- icized the move as "political Bribery" It seems the Blood populace must he paid to attend func- ions, including elections, or else the turnout is dismal. The Progressive's are sup- jorting 11 nonu'nees for council plus a chief candidate none of whom are incumbents. The criteria for Progressive's support is "stability." Most of their candidales have permanent jobs and "are not going in for what they can get for themselves." Govt. makes move to help Archmount Herald Legislative Bureau EDMONTON The provin- cial government has appointed an administrator to attempt to straighten out the financial problems of Archmount Mem- orial Gardens Ltd., operator of a Lethbridge cemetery, Attorn- ey-General Merv Leitcb said Thursday. Replying in the legislature to a question from Dick Gruen- wald (SC-Lelhbridge West) the attorney-general said there is a law now that only religious organizations and municipal councils may establish a cem- etery. However, Archmount, a pri- vate company, ran into finan- cial troubles before the legisla- tion was enacted, he said. The Lethbridge cemetery has been operating without a li- cence since 1963 and was the subject of a public enquiry last summer by Judge L. S. Tur- cotte of Lcthbridge. In a report of his enquiry pub- Ths report said the accounts of Archmount have not been prop- erly approved in recent years, yet the securities commission has ignored the problem. The enquiry was prompted by Canada Trust Company which sought to get its accounts with Archmount in order. Judge Turcotte said a trust fund of must be estab- lished to ensure that the more dan graves at the cem- etery are maintained in prop- er condilion. Because accounts of the com- pany were incomplete, the judge could not determine that exact financial condition of Archmount. His report noted that there were complaints earlier this year about the run down condi- tion of the grave yard, but following approval at the en- quiry of for improve- ments, the cemetery has been brought back into better shape. JL "None of the candidates we support are totally dependent on council salaries (set at every two weeks) as is the case with the present Aug. 20 the judge lait >art of the blame for curren inancial difficulties on the Al jerta Securities Commission for taking away the firm's licence and leaving the company with out a source of he wrote, "Much more needs to be done to brinf the cemetery to the condilion ol beauty which it enjoyed in 1964. Some 700 graves need soil, reseeding, trees pruning, etc." Judge Turcotte said "The main losers are the severa; thousand citizens of southern Alberta who paid their monev in good faith and have loved ones buried in the cemetery." Worth to college, t Dr. Waller Worth, deputy minister of advanced education, will be in Lethbridge next week lo meet officials of the city's two post-secondary education institutions. Dr. Worth will be at the University of Lethbridge on tie mornuig of Nov. 23 and will visit the Lethbridge Community College in the afternoon. He will address the regular meeting of he Southern Alberta Council on 3ublic Affairs during the noon hour. Dr. Bill Beckel, president of he U of L, said the main of the visit is to make Dr. Vorth familiar with the programs and resources of the university. He said there are no jp.neral items planned for iiscussion. Dr. Beckel said there may be me definite item for discussion the 30-eourse degree miversity during a meeting of officials from the U of L and the commission in Edmonton Tuesday. Dr. Beckel said if the matter isn't resolved in tie meeting with the commission, it may be discussed while Dr. Worth is at (he university. Gordon Colledge, information officer at LCC, also said there is nothing specific on tap for Dr. Worth's first visit to the city as deputy minister of advanced education. He said most of the visit will be taken up with bringing Dr. Worth up-to-date on the college operation and Toyland Is Open WOODEN DOLL CRIB Reg. 5.98 n nr Special CHILDREN'S JIGSAW PUZZLE leg. 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