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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HOCKEY WEEKEND Book Now (or our Next Hockey Weekend Jan. 28, 29 and 30lh. limited Spuco Available........... .00 ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall 328-3201 The Letltbrtdge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridgc, Alberta, Saturday, November 20, 1971 PAGES 13 TO 24 It's a GREAT DAY lo SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITI frfed (Men (Special Prices on Bulk Orders} ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Avn. S. Ph. 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 store to close Forty years of business in the city will end early next year when the Metropolitan store in downtown Lethbridge closes its doors. Store- managei- Jim Gorman confirmed Friday that the store will close in January or Feb- ruary. Metropolitan's fulun plans for the city are indefin- ite. Mr. Gorman said the Leth- bridge store is the smallest and probably the oldest in the chain in Western Canada. The com- pany has been opening massive sforcs, livi: n> six times as lariic as I'M: Lrthbriclge store, in recent years. The "Mel" opened in Leth- bridge. as near as local sources can recall, in 1929 or 1930. It was half its present size at the time. In the late 1940s the size of the store was doubled. The lease is expiring, Mr. Gorman said, and the com- pany decided not to renew. The seven full time staff and two part time staff will be ab- sorbed elsewhere within the chain and in Ihe affiliated Saan Store in Lethbridge. There are 86 Metropolitan stores across Canada. Youth discussion feature Page 26 IN THE INTERESTS OF SCIENCE These three baby gerbils are the result of an experiment in the Grade 7 live science class at Allan Wafson School. A male and female gerbil were put together to see what would hap- pen and naturally what happened more gerbils. Silvio Mantello teaches the live science class. Ferguson Photo BEAT DRY WINTER HEAT! CAmforfc depends on con- trolled humidity. Dry win- ter air causes a parched feel- ing in the nose and throat, dry skin, dry hair and static electricity. D Our new power humidifier stops this. Give a call, we'll install it on, your furnace in two hours, then give your furnace a free inspection. D No wasted it all goes into your air. Adds more than three pints an hour if needed. This unique comfort nid adds just the amount of moisture you pet it for. for winter-time comfort call: CHARLTON and KILL LTD. 1262 2nd Avenue S. Phone 326-3388 Certified LENNOX, dealer Border jumper jailed and fined A 20-year-old Calgary man was sentenced in Lethbridge magistrate's ccurt lo three months in jail and prohibited from driving a motor vehicle in Canada for two years after he pleaded guilty to the charge of dangerous driving. Ian Malcolm Collette was the driver of a car which charged through the Courts border crossing Nov. 13. It was chased almost to Lethbridge at speeds up to 110 m.p.h. ColleUo also pleaded guilty to ihc charges of entering Can- ada illegally, having no auto insurance and driving an un- registered motor vehicle. border and he was afraid would get info trouble. He told the court he had at- tempted to out-run the RCMP because he was tiie Coutts border crossing. For the two minor offences he was fined a total of S50. Collette appeared in magis- trate's court Nov. 15 and plead- ed guilly to the charges but was remanded in custody until Friday to allow Judge L. W. Hudson time to study his deci- sion. In passing sentence the judge said, "Down in the states I can see why you might panic had you stopped when con- fronted by the border patrol entering Canada, you probably would not have i been charged. j "I cannot understand why I you crashed a road Mock at lot afraid they back across would take him the border. John Leroy Elder, 21, also a he] Elder a passeger in the Col- of i lette car was shot in the neck by an RCMP constable who was following in a pursuit car, Elder was released from hos- pital Nov. 15. The bullet was removed following lu's arrest Nov. 12. An RCMP official said the Canadian citizen from Calgary was released in his own recog- nizance to appear in Milk Riv- er magistrate's court Dec. 14 to answer to the charge of illegally shot which wounded Elder had been intended to break the rear window7 of the fleeing car, after all other attempts t" stop the fleeing car had failed. Although a Canadian tire border, or why you ran Collette was fined for fail- from the RCMP once you were to stop at a road block at back in Canada. I do not think .even-thing is known about why you acted as you said the judge. j Collette's only defence for his actions was he had panicked when he saw the U.S. border patrol car, he did not realize until then he had crossed the Anglo Distributors Stereo Photographic Centre 419 5th Street South Phone 328-6922 WEEKEND SPECIAL FAMILY DINNER FOR 2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN Chicken Chow Mein Sweel and Sour Spareribs fc Deep Fried Shrimps, Breaded or Pineapple Chicken Chicken Fried ALL FOR ONLY......... .95 Delivered to Your HomB Piping Hoi! Open Weekdays 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. PHONE THE 327-0240 327-2297 LOTUS Across From Tho CPR Depot U of L music on TV The University of Lethbridge will begin a series of music ap- preciation programs on CJOC- TV Sunday, Nov. 21 nt p.m., with a rcbroadcast at p.m. Featured on the program will be Dr. Kenneth L. Hiekcn, a university music professor. The first program will he de- voted to basic musical con- cents. Dr. Ilicken will explain and illustrate melody, rhythm, texture, harmony and form. HUMSDIRERS C A SHEET METAL LTD.' 1709 2nd Ave. S. 328-5973 dedicated by evangelist "Praise the was the constant greeting of Pastor Maureen Gaglardi, foa hired speaker at a dedication ban- quet held at Sven Erickscii's Family Restaurant Friday. The banquet was held to de- dicate the new extension built on the Lethbridge Pentecostal Tabernacle at 520 7 St. S. Pastor Gaglardi, a niece of 'Flying Phil'' Gaglardi, Bri- ish Columbia minister of lealth and former minister of righways, has boon the Had Tidings Tabernacle in Vancouver for 23 years. Speaking to 200 people, she said, "It doasji't matter what, are or what you've got. but t matters what you do with vhat you've got." She said although many well- educated people arc dcnounc- ng the existence of God by :ayir.g religion is folklore, she knows that God is alive and working today for everyone who reallv believes in Him. Says education minister: Legislation unlikely trans By DON CALDWELL Staff Writer Government legislation to solve the transfer problem be- hveen colleges and universities is highly unlikely, Advanced Education Minister Jim Foster said in Friday. Mr. Fester said in an inter- view that it should be left up lo the individual institutions to work out the problem, and the government shouK only step in ES a last resort. "I an? hopeful that the insti- tutions themselves without tak- ing tco much longer, can work out the transfer said Mr. Foster. "However, if the situation persists for a long period of time and it continues to be a problem it may be necessary fcr the government to stop in with legislation. But I feel we should respect the autonomy of the institutions lo work "out these problems for them- selves." Mr. Foster said if the situa- tion is not resolved in tire near future the public will demand that the government step in with legislation. "The government would have (o IM prepared to respond, and I think we would be." Mr. Foster said there is no question that college student should have the opportunity to transfer to university and re- ceive cre-iit for courses taken in college. "TIE question Is how much credit and in what he said. Mr. Foster said the colleges commission has just approved CFCN moves into Waterton Waterton Park will be getting DTV network programming in the near fu'.ure. The Canadian Radio-Televi- sion Commission has approved an application by CFCN-TV, to set up a rcbroad- casting station in Waterton. The rebrcadcaster is owned by the Waterton Lakes Televi- sion Association. Also approved was a CHAT- TV, Medicine Hat application retransmit programs to Oven, Alta. though the Oyen and District Television Associa- ioa. an arrangement for total trans- feraMlily between colleges with the transferring college rating the students. "What is happening with the colleges will bring a certain amount of pressure on the uni- versities corr.'mission to im- prove the lines of communica- tion that are necessary to solve the transfer problem between colleges and he said. "Legislation Is or course a fast and easy way to solve the problem, but we don't want to bring legislation into it. "My attitude at present Is that I not prepared to deal with anything more than house- keeping legislation in the 1972 session." giippf Sijii'S Wi jviilE] Job-training program expected for people The provincial government Is expected to announce a ma- jor job-training program on Thursday, involving approximately people. The announcement will come from Ihc advanced education department which will be providing the financing for the pro- gram. TlK program is expected to involve training in such areas as automotive repair and welding. Facilities at the Lethbridge Community College, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology and other similar institutions in the province will IK used for the training program. Less ivind, more heat The wind tap at the weather office is gelling a workout late- One weatherman will just get the tsp nicely turned off when he will go off duty leaving t for the ne.M weatherman to turn on again. Actually, the weathermen aren't blow-hards. They will tell you a well-developed low pressure system to the north and a high pressure area to the south were responsible for the strong winds Friday. However, the "valley" tween the two systems' which provides a funnel through which UK wind blows and gains momentum, is weakening slightly. The wind will still blow today and Sunday, but with a diminishing velocity. As the weekend progresses, the high pressure area to UK souih will begin to move in an easterly direction. Clear skies and mid temperatures will re- sult for Letbhridge. The high temperature for to- day is expected to be 55 de- grees followed by an overnight low of 30 to 35 degrees. Sunday's temperature should be between 50 and 55 degrees. Cloudy periods and strong westerly winds arc also fore- cast for Sundav. ALBERTA LEADS Alberta marketed itcers to September, 1971, well ahead of Ontario which market- ed steers for the same period. NOW OPEN LEROY'S PLUMBING AND GASFITTING Service Work 9 New Installations Phone LEROY ERLENDSON 328-8403 CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 A.M.A. DRIVER EDUCATION COURSE Take the frustration out of learning to drive. ENROLL NOWI In an A.M.A. Driver Education Course Dual Control Cart Government Certified Instructor! FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: Phono 328-1771 Or write; ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION 903 3rd Avo. South Lcthbridgo ENGINEERED HOMES LTD. Announces the Grand Opening of their New Show Home NOW OPEN AT 503 12fh Avenue North Open Daily 2-5, 7-9 SIiw Home 327-0944 Office 327-0219 Unfortunately Only God Can Make A Tree The only part of o Yamaha organ we don't make is the wood. In fact, we 90 so far os to make the equipment ihot makes the parts. Even the wood gets special treatment. We cure l! naturally for as much os 8 yeois lo avoid internal Mi esses. Then wa dry it in our electronically controlled kilns. Only does the wood enter (he tedious, poinstaking process of becoming on organ. It's not that we don't trust reside supplier-.. lust thot in 50 years of making fine orqanf, ve'vo found wo can make nny port better than can buy il. With And unfortunately there's ore supplier. But then, it's probably oil right. He's been in business even longer than we have. SUPPLIES LTD. Cor. 3rd Avc. ontl 13th St. S. Phono 327-1056 JUST 40 DAYS TO GO Before we movo to our now facilities So tnko advantage of the Great Discounts being offered on all our stock We don't intend to move again for quite a while So don't miss this opportunity. (formerly A. E. Crosi Photogmphy Ltd.) 710 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridfls 5314 49th Avc., TABER Phone 327-2673 Phono 223-2402 ;