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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HOCKEY WEEKEND Hook Now for our Next Hockey Weekend Jan. 28, 29 and 30tli. Limilod Space Available........... I 4 I .UU ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 The Lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lclhbridge, Alberta, Friday, November 26, 1971 PAGES 15 TO 30 ERICKSEN'S PASTRY 3rd Ave., M.M. Drive S. Phone 328-8161 "The Pioneer end Leading Retail Shop in Lelhbridgo" FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS Municipal Hospital grievances patched Relations between the Leth- bridge Municipal Hospital board and the hospital's medi- cal staff have been patched. For the first time sine" April of this year a member of the medical staff sta in on a board meeting as an advisor, Thurs- day. Dr. James Oshiro, president of the medical staff association said a medical staff member will sit in on board meetings on a regular basis from now on. A break between the pre- vious hospital board and the medical staff sat in on a board ed in the resignation of the medical staff executive earlier. Board members were told at the Thursday meeting that the former medical staff executive will resume their positions un- til Dec. 31 when the new exe- cutive was to be elected. Dr. Oshiro said the two have many common areas of con- cern and joint efforts will be made to remedy any problems that occur. He pointed out that, as with all groups who work logelhu there will be minor problems upon which neither will see exactly eye to eye. Cattlemen re-elect Balog Steve Balong of Milk River Was re-elected president of the Southern Alberta Cattle Breed- ers' Association Thursday. Leonard Hochstcin of Pincher Creek was elected vice-presi- dent and Edna Pozzi, secre- tary. Representing the Southern Alberta Hereford Club on the board of directors for the breeders association are Mr. Balog, Ed Newton of Del Bo- nita and Bill Godlonton of Del Bonita. Representing the Southern Alberta Aberdeen-Angus club are Mr. Hochstcin and J. B. Merrill of Hillspring. Directors-at-large elected to the board are Frank Slezina of Coaldale, Orrin Hart of Clares- holm, Glen of Del Bonita and Louis Balog of Milk River. HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 Three area doctors were given active staff privileges at the Lelhbridge Municipal bos pital at a board meeting Thurs- day. They are Dr. L. P. Mam, Dr. J. L. Laying and Dr. J. Anderson. All three had scried successfully with associate staff privileges for a one-year period. Associate staff privileges were also extended, to three re- lative new coiners to the area. Dr. C. M. Stewart, Dr. J. H. Haberman and Dr. I. Forbes. Hospital has budget surplus Night-time degree programs at U of L The University of Lelhbridge will begin offering complete de- gree programs at night in the faculty of arts and science in January, 1972. The degrees will be offered in six areas political science, pschology, English and art. It is expected the list will ex- Beckel fires back at V of C president The Lethbridge Municipal Hospital is working under a unique circumstance not too evident in many areas a sur- plus operating budget. Due to increased revenues from a high hospital occupancy rate of 85.4 per cent, good re- turns from investments and lower than expected hospi- tal staff pay increases the Mu- nicipal Hospital is operating under its estimated 1971 operating budget, says adminis- trator Andy Andreachuk. He urged, in his montyly re- port to the hospital board Thursday, that Sterisystems Ltd., which supplies televisons to pateints, be allowed to in- crease its rental charges. The board approved a 10-cent daily rental increase, a 50-cent weekly increase, a monthly increase. The new rate structures, as approved, will be ?1.35 per day, per week; per month. LETHBRIDGE BATTERY CO. "COLD WEATHER SPECIALS" We ore of "Delco" "Globelite" "Hart" 12 Volt 70 amp, hour. To fit Chev., Ford, Pontiac, Dodge, Plymouth, Rambler. ___ Guaranteed ni QC 4 years .7rf exchange 12 Volt 80 ornp hour. To fit Chrysler, Buick, Olds, and Mercury. Guaranteed ftQ AT 4 years .........Z0.7J exchani LETH. BATTERY 217 12th St. E S. ge Ph. 327-5587 CENTENNIAL AWARD-Ted Wilson, left, officer-in-charge of the Lethbridge wea- ther office presents Dr. J. E. Andrews, director ol the Lethbridge Research Station with a plaque recognizing 63 years of co-operation between the station and the Atmos- pheric Environmental Service (formerly the Canadian Meteorological The weather service in Canada presented 100 such plaques throughout Canada as part of the 100 year celebrations. Research station is major contributor to meteorology Dr. Bill Beckel, president- elect of the University of Leth- bridge has reacted strongly to a statement by Dr. A. R. Can-others that "the University of Lethbridge is a standing warning not to start another university in a small centre be- cause it has not attended the viability for which it was de- signed.'' Dr. Carrothers said "you can get more scholar per dollar if you build your universities where the population is and haw dormitories for students from smaller centres." Dr. Beckel countered that the kind of professor-student rela- tionship at a small university is worth penny spent. "The University of Leth- bridge needs special financial consideration because it cannot pand to include more courses, but no firm expansion plans- have been announced. Previously, credit courses were offered at night but a con- sidorable amount of time had to be spent in day classes to obtain a degree. Professor Menno Boldt, in charge of continuing education for the faculty ol arts and sci- ence, said admission to the program may be gained in the regular manner or through the special mature sttidcn! proco dure which is open to evory- survive on the present one over 21. Prospective students will also nancing) said Dr. j The new look in HUSHPUPPIES Who soys you can't teach on old dog new tricksl Now a popular new style for the teen and campus crowd. Black wet look ond suede combination. With natural M crepe sole (exactly as Narrow ond medium widths. Sizes 5 to 10. jft The Lethbridge Research Sta- tion Monday received an award as a major contributor to Cana- dian meteorology, marking the centennial of the Atmospheric Environmental Service. Dr. J. E. Andrews, director of the station, accepted a plaque on behalf of the person- nel of the station, who have been instrumental in keeping accurate weather records for the past 63 years. Ted Wilson, officer-in-charge of the Lethbridge weather of- fice, said the award was a token of appreciation for the valuable contribution the re- search station has made to meteorology since 1908. He said the recordings in- cluded evaporation rates, sun- shine periods, snow amounts, air temperature, precipitation, wind milages and atmospheric conditions. The research station now re- cords many other observations of specifically agricultural in- terest, including soil tempera- tures, grass minimum tempera- lures, evaporation, radiation, and wind at low levels. Mr. Wilson said the agricul- tural reports from the station have been of great value in re- lating agricultural problems to climatology as well as in de- veloping new technology and crop varieties better-suited to local environment. Dr. Andrews pointed specifi- cally to the work of Dr. W. H. Fairficld, the first superinten- dent of the then Dominion Ex- perimental Station, Victor Mat- thews, Dr. A. E. Palmer, D. T. Anderson. P. H. Walker, J. J. P. Sexsmith, Mrs. J. H. Downs and E. H. Hobbs. C. H. Wiskerke is the clu'ef weather observer at the station now. Dr. Andrews said the weath- er information gathering service is also vitally important to the work at the station. He said there are instances when the weather recordings are used to determine whether practices followed in other parts of Canada are suited to southern Alberta, such as in the growing of corn. He cited the award as a sym- bol of the co-operation between the two governmental depart- ments and said the continued work will be carried out to bet- ter serve Canadians. Boys' Civil War Boots Jus! like brown leather. Sires 17 to 6 Ladies' Hi-Cut Snow Boots Wet looks with insulated laminated ing. teathers in Black or Brown with warm Orion pile linings. H" and 16" heights. All sizes. OUR SLIPPER BAR Is Now Opcnl Wo Carry Ernie Richardson CURLING BOOTS For both Men and Ladies. CAMM'S 403 5th ST. S. SHOES Sjf OPEN FRIDAY 711 9 P.M. H OPEN ALl DAY WEDNESDAYS Guns stolen City police are investigating the overnight theft of a shotgun and two rifles from a truck parked in the 1800 block of 1st Ave. N. The stolen weapons are described as a 12 gauge Winchester shotgun, a Lee En- field .303 calibre rifle and a .22 calibre Rabbit repeater rifle. BELIEVES GAS PAINS NEW 1600 VW ONLY PER MONTH 1965 VISTA CRUISER STATION WAGON Extra Clean ___ S888 1966 VW DELUXE Radio S844 1967 PONTIAC V8 Automatic Al Condition RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. 3rd Ave. end 16lhSt. S. Soldi Car lot 328-4356 Diaz warrant issued in child death City police have issued a warrant for the arrest of Virgil Napolean La Blanche Diaz, 22, of St. Louis, Missouri. The warrant was issued Thursday when Diaz failed to appear in Lethbridge magis- trate's court following a re- mark without plea and release on his own recognizance Tues- day. Diaz was released so he might attend his infant's fu- neral. Police Chief Ralph Michelson said it is believed Diaz fled across the border into the United States sometime Wednesday. I Seals in I stretch The Kinsmen Christmas Seal campaign total to date is Thursday's contributions of brought ths total to 53 per- cent of the objective. The campaign continues to the end of January, Tile Kinsmen say: Canada has the best record in the world for containing tuberculosis but other countries are not so for- tunate. In Hong Kong, which has a population of four million there were new TB cases last year. Compare this with the prov- ince of Alberta where, with a population of there were 374 new active cases. Carrothers. fog to "shop around1' at Dr. Beckel said the public j the beginning cl the year to recognizes the unique relation-1 select programs of pesonal in- ship achieved at the university (crest. and is prepared to spend j The evening courses will be kind of money" even though identical to those offered dur- the cost per student is slightly j ing (he day and v.-ill be taught higher than at a large univer- j jjy the same instructors, sity. I All regular student services He said it depends on what will be available to those tak- the public is prepared to pay! ing night degree courses, in- for an excellent university eflu-' eluding financial assistance cation. Dr. Can-others said popula- tion and urbanization trends demand that new universities be developed in Alberta's two major centres, defending the proposed Athabasca University near Edmonton. He also predicted a new uni- versity ivill be built in Calgary before 1980. Glendale Boivl reconstruction application refused by MFC and awards. The Municipal Planning Com- mission Wednesday rejected an application by Glendale Rec- reation Ltd. to re establish bowling facilities in the Glen- dale Bowl. The request was denied be- cause insufficient parking pro- visions have been made to ac- commodate customers of the bowling alley, Holiday Inn and the existing businesses in Holi- day Village. An original plan for Holiday Village included a car park. Subsequent plans excluded the car park structure on the basis that the Glendale Bowl would be turned into offices, requir- ing less parking provisions. The Glendale Bowl building is being reconstructed after a wall collapsed during demoli- tion of an adjacent building. Historical Society meets The regular monthly meeting of the Whoop-Up Country- Chap- ter of the Historical Society of Alberta will be held Nov. 30 at 8 p.m. in the assembly room of the Sir Alexander Gait Mu- seum. A conflict of local events j caused the change from the I regular meeting night, Nov. 23. Election of officers will be The MPC also turned down a j highlighted with a full slate put request by Jean Staudinger for I forward bv the nominating permission to establish a day entre for children under committee. VY. J. Cousins, former dean of Golden Mile party The Golden Mile Drop In Centre will be hosting a Christ- mas party Dec. 18 for approxi- mately 25 patients of the Al- berta Hospital in Raymond. The party will be held in the after- noon at the centre. LEROY'S PLUMBING AND GASFITTING IEROY Phone ERLENDSON 328-8403 and now history professor at the University of Lethbridge will be featured speaker. two years of age at '2208-2210 the Lethbridge College Mayor Magrath Drive. Three letters opposing the ap- plication were submitted to the commission. Residents in the immediate area of the proposed site for the day care centre expressed concern that a com- mercial venture would be al- lowed in a residential area. The application was denied on that basis. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower tevel MEDICAl DENTAL BLDO. PHONE 327-2822 The COLONEL and His BOYS GREY CUP SPECIAL! Saturday and Sunday Only! FREE FAMILY SIZE PACK DELICIOUS SOUTHERN ALBERTA FRENCH FRIES WITH THE PURCHASE OF 1 BUCKET O 1 BARREL 3.95 5.45 fried AVAILABLE AT BOTH LOCATIONS FINE FOODS Pharmacy Facts from O. C. STUBBS DRUG ABUSE FACTS Has it ever occured to you that drug abuse meaning the use of illegal drugs can only be a definite symptom of mental That drug abuse is proof of t' inability to ad- just to everyday, respectable liv- ing? Really now, what else is it or could it be? The illegal drug a- _ buser loses all normal desire to be a part of the real world and soon reach- es the point where his or her only contacts with other people degenerate to "knowing" only other drug abuscrs. We new know that the drug abuscr al- most always begins the illegal use of drags out of little more than curiousily with the al- most-always-mistaken supposi- tion that he or she "is too smart" to get HOOKED ON DRUGS this being what all drug addicts will say when asked why they started this degenerate practice! Rut by the time this self-styled 'smart- cr-than-avcrnpe-porson' has he- come addicted to Heroin or the Bnrbilnalos it's too late FAR TOO LATE! So why risk your whole future life just to be 'one of Ihc crowd' in a group of nrovnble mental Here nt. Slubbs Pharmacy, we're always glad to answer your questions. We always have time to explain how to use your prescriptions, or anything else we have for you here at 150fi !tth Ave. S. Open daily a.m. to p.m. Sundays and Holidays p.m. In p.m. and D.m. to o.m. PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL CARPETS PROFESSIONALLY MIST CLEANED ONLY PER 5Q. FT. Offer Expires Nov. 30th, 1971 FAIR SERVICES Phone 327-1272 BAND INSTRUMENTS YAMAHA FROM 40% OFF RETAIL LIFETIME WARRANTY TO ORIGINAL PURCHASER ONLY AT SUPPLIES LTD. Cor. 3rd Avo. and 13th St. S. Phone 327-1056 ;