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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HAWAII LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE Depart Calgary Dec. 20 Return Ian. 3 AIRFARE ONLY PLUS 53.00 U.S. TAX ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328.3201 The LetKbndge Herald .SECOND SECTION Lethbridgc, Alberta, Monday, November 20, 1972 PAGES 9 TO 20 What's New On The South Alberta Farm and Rural Scene? Find Out In The Herald's Next "CHINOOK" INCLUDED WITH THE TUESDAY, NOV. 28, ISSUE OF THE LE7HBRIDGE HERALD Prejudice charged aim only at profits' By RUDY HAUGENEDER Herald Staff Writer Real estate developers owi more to their tennants than four walls and a roof, say: Tony Tobin, director of cit; preventive social services. Developers make mone> from the rents paid and shoul show some social conscience he says. Mr. Tobin told a group o tennants at 1411 Ashgrovi Apartments that all major ren tal projects should be designec complete with adult and chil dren's recreation areas. Pre-school programs are also important, he added. Lelhbridge developers are nol making such considerations and, it seems, arc more inter ested in making profits than with meeting the needs of peo pie. he says. The tennants at the meeting live in a so-called low renta. complex, formerly known as Spanish Village. Most were wel- fare recipients and single par- ents. They were meeting to assess rumors that all persons of na live origin, all those on wel- fare and single parents were to be gradually evicted as part of a new management plan. In addition, the tennants feared increased rents. The new owners, E. and Homes Ltd. of Edmonton, had, some of the tennants complain- ed, evicted 11 similar families the year previous after pur- chasing the first part of the complex. Tough rules The tennants complained of lough new restrictions which even prohibited the movement of children in the hallways. The tennants assumed their rents would be increasing soon because they heard the rents in the other buildings purchased by the company had been in- creased. They said their build- ?ng was newer than the others, one of three in the complex, and an increase in rent would logically follow suit. Leon Snider, a representative FACTS of LIFE Wit IIH M6EOK Ml l ME WVILLYTPUSAMl. l TOITKTO IM Now here's something else you should know: We hove a wide range of "HOBBY KITS" for your personal en- joyment or as an appropriate gift- SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. 316 7th Street South Phone 328-2301 of the managing company later told The Herald the tennants' were unfounded and that no rent increases or evictions were being contemplated. He said he would gladly meet with the tennants group at a pre-arranged date and talk things over, including the feas- ibility of recreation areas and pre-school programs. The tennants' meeting was as frustrating as the problem it was trying to clarify. The tennants on three oca- sions during the meeting tele- phoned the complex's new resi- dent-manager. On the first occasion no one answered the telephone. Con- tacted a few minutes later, the resident-manager, who had just arrived from Calearv a few days previous, said he would mc-et the tennants in five or so minutes. Three-quarters of an hour later, the tennants called again and a woman said, "he's on his way over." Police called A few minutes later a Lcth- bridge City Police constable ar- rived. The constable said the resident-manager had com- plained of "loud a "noisy party" and that he had been threatened. The constable then smiled, ana locked at the group. The 20 persons there included rep- resentatives of the press, YWCA, and the preventive so- cial services department as well as the tennants. Shortly afterwards, the resi- dent-manager finally appeared, apologized his "hasty" ac- .ion and went on to deny all the rumors. The resident-manager, how- ever, said the tennants' rights extended only from the suite door inwards. The hallways and obby were the responsibility of the management. He confirmed the new policy hat children were not allowed n the hallways, although he would "bend some" during the colder winter months. Fears remain The tennants. following the meeting, remained suspicious fearful that their rents, vhich ranged between and 170 per month for two-bedroom unfurnished apartments, would increase. The tennants said any in- crease in rent would probably mean a mass exodus of welfare ennanls to cheaper and lesser quality apartments. They claimed many landlords iractice wholesale discrimina- Jon against single parents on velfare and that most welfare amilies were forced to move bout once per year because of ent increases. GIFT FROM ANDY Michelle Crighton, 12-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Tern Crighton of 805 llth Ave. S., examines one of the 20 cf Merit Students Encyclopedia. She won Hie encyclopedia for asking the question "Is there such a thing as a queen in The Herald's Ask Andy column, which appears daily on the comic page. Yes, there is a queen wasp, Andy answered in last Monday's Herald. Admiring the set is Judi Walker, The Herold's librarian. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower Level PHONE 357-2822 More new technology must liquid feed supplement for cat- tle. Mr. Peacock, in an interview be developed in order for Al- berta industry to take advant- age of the big Pacific Kim, market, says Fed Peacock, pro- i the ribbon-cutting cer- cmony, said the kind of tech- nology used in the new plant vincial minister of industry. New technology is the key factor in the operation of Na-1 will help speed up the prodtic- tional Feeds and Livestock Lim-! 'ion of cattle and will help Al- iled's new liquid feed supple- i bcrla get "much quicker into ment plant which officially 'he Pacific market." Japan. opened here Saturday. China and the Philippines are It is the first suc'h plant in j included in that market. Canada and makes use of a j Lcthbridge IIP Ken Hurlburt. new process of producing a high just back from a Conservative protein, vitamin and mineral meeting in Ottawa, told a group off any longer. Call your doctor dcnlist today. GEORGE and ROD SAY We check your proscription in twenty ways HERE'S TWO MORE 13. lobcl all proscriptions as to content if doc- tor wishes. 14, No substitution of gonoric drugs olways supply brand name. WATCH FOR 8 MORE PROCEDURES DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNIY Haig Medical Bldg. 401 Si. S. 601 6th Ave. S. Free Delivery Coll 328.6133 Call 327-3364 Complaints to be considered Upset residents from two dif-1 Threatened law suits, based fe-ent parts rf the city will have j on the estimated cosU of put- their complaints considered j tin? in slr-eci-access when city council meets to-, and numerous Idlers complain- night at 7 o'clock. about increased traffic haz- A months-long dispute ovc" Ihc closing cf a lane between Glh Ave. and litli Ave. A. S. west cf SI. could be set- of about 50 at the opening that i the plant moves the area one siep closer to becoming the' largest bucf-proclucing centre in Canada. The plant makes "economic sense" to the agriculture indus- try, said George Heffelfinger, j president of National Agri Ser- vices, the parent company. i The liquid supplement, used j with homegrown grains and ruf- fagcs. will help to control beef production costs, Mr. Heffel- finger said. j To increase cattle j however, a higher-yielding feed j must be developed, lie aid. On the prairies, farmers can produce only about 40 to 50 bushels of barley per acre. Some United States farmers can produce up to 200 bushels per acre, he added. The now plant, located at 3315 2nd Ave, N., will have a cap- acity of about tons of liquid feed per year. Several orders for the product have al- ready been received, plant of- ficials say. The various substances fall liquid) are kept in vats and fed by gravity into a central mix- er where they combine to form the feed supplement. Officials would not elaborate on the na- ture of the ingredients. ards caused by the lane clos- 111 e have forced council to re- the nyhw. f Council could also reverse a tied with the passing of the or-, docision thc rozoriinn of land in northeast Ldhbiidge. KesitlniLs there protested t h e proposed re-zoning of land nuar area and ball erupted when that council deeioed to close the: buildinqs to be iginal bylaw Io close the north end of tir.1 lan.v Ill-feclinj-'s among neighbors and hehvccn re.-kbnts in the 1st ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS ,i Special Gift Certificate on all Purchases fl O Ovtr 200 paintings Io choose from by Canadian end European or! I sis.. Many different subject inciudina Surrealist Art. 'i O Custom framing to suit your individual taste i HOUSE OF FINE ART J 0 409 5th St. S. Phone 328-1314 ft (3rd door north of the Greyhound Bus Depol) south end of the lane several months ago. A'R CONDITIONING, HEATING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd. For the best buy in year round Comfort Phone 327-5816 ings put up. Tonight, a public hearing on lite will likely be re- opened for more input from all parties concerned. This time, prospective buyers of the .semi- detached houses proposed fo' Ihe land will confront council with their argument that the rezoning should go through. 319 7th Street South Phone 327-4591 TUESDAY SPECIAL! 2 Pieces Delicious Kcnlucky Fr'ec! Golden Brown French Fries TUESDAY ONIY Colonel S.indfis .iiid Ins hoys LCC head raps gov't The Lcthbridge Community College may pull out of the pro- vincial government's Priority Employment Program this win- ter unless some of the problems are straightened out, says Dr. C. D. Stewart, president of LCC. He was commenting on a statement in the legislature by Dr. Bert Hohol, minister of la- bor, that he will reconsider the amount of money to be allocat- ed to LCC for the program this winter. Dr. Hohol was asked by Dick Gruenwald (SC-Lethbridge West) whether the government will consider injecting another into the program at LCC in addition to the already allocated. The minister said money for the program this year has been distributed throughout the province on the basis of unem- ployment figures and Leth- bridge is one of the least, if not the least, unemployed areas in the province. Dr. Stewart countered that LCC had 757 students enrolled in PEP programs last year more than any other institution in the province and there could be as many this year if the college is allowed a free rein to accept everyone who ap- plies. He said one of the criteria for enrolment was that the person had to be unemployed. "We had more students than anyone else so there must be an unemployment problem he said. Dr. Stewart said he doesn't like the idea of the college turning away students who want an education. "To think of students coming here to apply and for only reasons of dollars and cents we would have to turn them away I don't think that's my idea of providing service to stu- he said. So far, about 130 students have asked that they be con- tacted if the PEP is offered this year. Dr. Stewart said he is also upset that the college was not involved in the planning of this year's program. The college has 45 programs ready to go on short notice but, unless the government straight- ens out a few matters, the pro- grams may never get off the ground. "My concern is that if the government doesn't get a few things straightened out, my dir- ectors are prepared to recom- mend io the Board of Govern- ors that we not participate in the Dr. Stewart said. Banking on TV The Federal Social Credit about in each of the 19 party in Alberta plans to pick Alberta constituencies, up the pieces and rebuild sup- Martin Hattersley, party pres- port using regular television j ident and an unsuccesful can- programs to get the party's didate in Edmonton Centre, said message across to the people, ths party is seriously investigat- That was the main decision ing cable-television in Calgary .o emerge from a Scored six-1 as an outlet for the proposed hour election post-mortem in 15-minuie programs. Red Deer Saturday. j "We had a great deal of sue- Al Hancock, southern Alber-1 cess in the election in commun- ta party director, said there' icating the Social Credit mes- was general agreement at the j sage to younger he said. meeting that the dismal show- ing of Scoial Credit was not a rejection of the party as much as it was a desire to oust Prime Minister Trudeau. number of long-time party supporters said they wanted Trudeau out and they felt'the Conservatives were the o n 1 y ones that had the said Mr. Hancock. "It was a one- time thing and they will all be back in the party fold in the next election." Mr. Hancock said some of i those attending the meeting felt! the next election rould come as I early as this spring but others i said it likely won't be held for i at least a year. The planned television scries j is "the only way we can reach everybody with the patty mes- sage." The main roadblock to the plan is money. It was estimated that such a venture would cost "We want to continue this on television something like Ab- erhart did on radio in the 1930s." ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 225 5th St. S. Phone 328-4095 Shop Hoyt's Toyland For Best Buysl Wooden Doll Crib Reg. 5.98 a Qf Special Children's Jig Saw Puzzles Reg. 1.19 on- Special O7t Reg. 1.49 QQ Special 77C Cuddly Plush Toys 20% off! 327-5767 Call Toyland DOWNTOWN AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. Regular Tuesday Evening Sale NOV. 21sf P.M. ESTATE SALE: including old but in good repair full bedroom suite, many miscellaneous items of vases, pictures, etc. Electric but'er churn; Regal quality aluminum matching pot and pans; bill dispenser; stoneware crocks; fluorescent desk lamp; life jacket; set of stereo speakers; gas motor; rcchet jack; set barbells; good se! re I ion of dishes; two spotlitcs; Zenith record player; h.p. electric motor; 2 speed blender; bottle slfrilizcr; lots o-f new gallons of paint; Cliev transmission) auto chains; chesterfield and chairs; bird cage; aquarium; many -floor lamps; 12x12 green rug; fireplace for gas radianl in excellent shape; studio lounge; Frigidaire frost free aqua colored fridge; paint tinting ma- chine; selection of doors; commercial gos stove; footstool; ccntrifical pump; electric fixtures; vacuums; toy box; oir rifle; cream can; duck decoys; canner; record stand; Christ- mas tree stand; televisions; selection of old picture frames; push lawn mower end many more items too numeroui to list. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT AUCTION BARN Phono 327-1222 2508 2nd N. Auctioneer! J. KANAWISCHER Lie. 869 REED HAWTHORNS Sales Representative ;