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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Fndoy, November 54, 1971 TH! lETHBRIDG! HERAID 17 Letlibridge public library needs subject of professional study Jolm Dutton, a runner U'th- only is bridge chief librarian now a professional library, is currently discussing w i I h otter experts the city's library Me! librarian George Dew arc to meet specialists in the fields of library science and const ruc- tion. They will formulae a plan [or submission to the library board. Mr. Dutton was retained by the city to advise on the re- quirements for the new library. He is currently chief librarian for the Bui-rough oi North York public library in Ontario. "We are attempting to iden- tify the needs and deficiencies of the Letlibridge Mr. Dutton said in view. that there are only ;i-l scats in the library is un- fortunate. "The library is not geared to needs, the needs of the community. Mr.' Dutton and Lcthhridge There should he some indivi- dual study units. "There is a drastic lack of work room. The library must have facilities for the process- ing ol incoming materials." Mr. Dutton explained, "The library is a centre of all com- munications media. Those me- dia now include more than just the printed word. The library should be concerned with all forms of communication mp- Film and video tape re- cordings are now a part of that. Herald inter- "Audio visual aids were just gimmicks or 30 years j -'The current Letlibridge li- j aRo. That dcesn'l mean we need brary is utterly inadequate. Not I to bavejarge .stocks of tape and lilir. but access is imncirt- lie said. In response to a question as to whether the library should be a cultural centre. Mr. But- ton .suggested that Lcthbridge had already chosen a more di- verse approach. "With the Yates Centre and the Bowman Arts Centre, it hardly seems feasible to dupli- cate those things in the li- brary. The library must, how- ever, consider the cultural life and needs of the community." Concerning opinions about housing many activities in the library, Mr. Button said plac- ing many facilities one roof or under one administra- tion "docs not necessarily make it better." Mr. Dutton, Mr. Dew and li- brary architect George Watson arc holding discussions concern- ing the design ol the new li brary building. "We will be pooling our IP sources to help the library board arrive at a program that will meet the needs of todav the Mr. Dutton said. BUILDING LOTS in PLANNED SUBDIVISION WOOLCO AREA We have up to 10 real good FOR SALE restricted building lots in this well planner! new development area NU-MODE REALTY Phone 328-8011 1652 Mayor Magrath Drive, tethbridge Stability possible i- in dairy industry Hy HIC SWIIIAKT Staff Writer Stability in the dairy indus- try is now possible through a proposed producer initiated, market-sharing plan, according to the Alberta Committee on Milk Market-Sharing. j Charles Quail, chairman of the committee, said the pro- posed market-sharing plan will be discussed at a scries of meetings throughout the prov- ince for producer orientation to the new concept. A plebiscite will be called by the committee to get producer ratification before the plan can be enacted. The plan calls lor market- sharing quotas of industrial milk, designed to balance milk production with the domestic demand for industrial milk pro- ducts. Mr. Quail said it is a pro- gram of national supply man- agement which can lead to bet- ter prices and a more fair dis- tribution of export costs. One of the quotas involved in the plan, is a subsidy eligibility quota, allocated by the Cana- dian Dairy Commission to ship- pers of industrial milk or cream registered with the commission. The market-sharing quota is designed for all milk shippers whose milk is destined for man- ufacturing purposes but who are not registered with the commission, as opposed to milk to be used in the fluid form only. The quota would be establish ed on the basis of a producer's total shipments to manufactur- ers in the 1970-71 dairy year or if he is eligible, on the basis of his subsidy eligibility whichever is the greater. The program would establish a three-price system: a regular domestic price with full rate of the commission subsidy for milk shipped within the sub- sidy eligibility quota; a regular domestic price without the com- mission subsidy for milk ship- ped within the market-sharing quota and in excess of the sub- sidy eligibility quota: and at the world price for milk shipped in excess of the market shar- ing quota. The meetings for southern Al- berta have been scheduled for Claresholm Bee. 2 at 8 p.m. in the elementary school and at Cardston Dec. 3 at p.m. in the United Church ball. OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD SAVINGS ON 9 REMAINING UNITS SATELLITE CUSTOM 4-DOOR SEDAN 6 cylinder, au'omalic, while- walls, pr-vcr brakes, block heat- er, 70 amp battery. Tinted win- dows, under coating, rod to, wheel covers. 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