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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 The lothbfldge Herald Wednesday. November 1973 Heralding a season Once the Christmas spirit is being given a boost by pick's Brewery. A lively and colorful display in the brewery gardens is nearing although no firm date has been set when the displays will be lit. Many of the pieces were made by Sick's while others were made com- mercially. The Christmas garden decorations will remain up through Ukranian in January. National computer system would reduce data di-aiti Student By JIM LOZERON Herald Staff Writer A national computer com- munications network should be established to reduce the drain of computer data from Canadian corporations to American data banks for says a University of Lethbridge political science professor. R. R. Rickwood Tuesday told about 25 members of the local Committee for an Independent Canada a large number of Canadian cor- Stock Up CALIFORNIA CEDAR DURAFLAME FIRE LOGS Flames In Color 4lb. wch 6lb.8iz. 3houruch CM. of 6 69 5.' 99 c 5.49 0 5.60 Call HouMwares 327-5767 DOWNTOWN porations are transferring their computer data south for processing because it is cheaper and quicker and less subject to error than if it were processed here. But relying on U.S. firms for data processing not be in the Canadian because a lot of your decision making may take place on American are using their capaci- ty to solve Canadian said Prof. Rickwood. Although there are a large number of Canadian computer service firms which can han- dle computer data most of these are he said. Canada is behind the U.S. in the manufacture of computer hardware with about five American to one Canadian hardware firms supplying FOX DENTURE CLINIC Eit. 1922 PHONE 327-6565 E. S. P. C.D.M. FOX LETHBIHDGE DENTAL LAB. 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS CMlOM htitijjililM Open Th jrs. and Fit Evenings Phone 326-0372 2716 12Bi AM. _ computer. hardware used in Prof. Rickwood said. A national computer com- munications system would allow a great deal of specialization in the computer field and would allow more ef- ficient use of at he said. Under the univer- sities in Alberta could develop a system to handle problems in the areas of nuclear physics to service the rest of the said Prof. or a university in Ontario could handle problems in engineering or architecture. A single network would own a national spine or trunk com- puter system which would link sub-networks across the a report released before the meeting states. Common carriers and federal and provincial governments would par- ticipate in a single network and the national spine would be subject to some supervisory regulation set by a federal telecom- munications after consulation with the provinces. Competition in computer services would be encouraged because any private or public organization would be per- mitted to attach and own a computer complex. I MIKE extra Weir Fee Every Pair rTTth Street South CUFF BUCK DENTAL LAB MEMCM.lClltM.iLD8. chairman A Grade 12 student was named chairman of the Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute school council at a meeting Tuesday. Graydon currently secretary of the will succeed LCI principal Ken Sauer in the chairmanship when Mr. Sauer leaves to complete his doctorate at the University of Montana. Mr. Gehm will take over in January. meeting also con- sidered recommendations to the public school board oh educational goals. 'A concen- sus ranked 10 goal areas developing pride work and feeling of effective communication a desire for respecting and getting along with examining and using infor- developing a value computation physical physical ac- tivities and fine arts skills. Mr. Sauer said the goals list was developed by a goals com- mittee made up of principals and school administrators. He later told the Herald the school board was in the process of determining what objectives Lethbridge public schools should achieve in educating students. Priorities eventually set by the board would affect spending. Mr. Sauer said the board was getting opinions from administrators and the public across the city. Registration Court awards young girl for eye injury By DAVID B. Herald Staff Writer A 12-year-old Manitoba girl whose eye was injured by an air rifle shot near Cardston three years ago was awarded in Alberta Supreme Court Tuesday. Carmen now of and formerly of the Cardston was shot in the eye Dec. by her who was seven at the time. The children's Roy H. sued the owner of the Jack a Cardston for stating that Mr. Lowe was negligent in in- directly allowing the gun to get into John Ingrain's possession. The Ingrams were renting a house on the Lowe ranch at the time of the Mr. Justice J. V. H. Milvain was told. The rented house and the Lowe residence are about 100 yards apart and the children of both families were playmates. On the day of the the two Ingram children and Linda then aged were playing with an air rifle which belonged to Lowe family. The gun was fired a few then set aside. In aying a game with the two John Ingram picked up rifle and pretended to threaten them with it. He pull- ed the trigger and a pellet struck Carmen in the right eye. Dr. Allan M. a Lethbridge set for Jan. 9 Unifarm meet Registration day for the 1974 University of Lethbridge spring semester is Jan. with classes starting oh Jan. 10. Is Just Around the Corner Visit our store for the largest selection of Western Wear Gifts in South Alberta. Sites tor the Entire Family WESTERN SUITS By Prince Clothing and Society Brand WESTERN BOOTS By Tony Dan Post and Texas. Brand. JEANS and CASUALS We carry over 10.000 Dairs of Lee and Levis' WESTERN SHIRTS By Miller and H Bar-C. Use Your Chargex Card win MM -Ml Street Phone 1M-47M SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENIN8 AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1 820 2nd 8. NOV. TEAMS CASH SALE STARTS P.M. NO RESERVE LightwoodDirring Suite with 4 China Cab- inet arid Nice Chrome f Able irid 3'chaiii. 2 gas efc High Chair. Vac- uyrn. Arholifier. Good Portable iMachlne. Pressure Pump. Air Cooler. 2 Fixtures. Iron Board. Sfn. Accordion. Record piiayer. Srri. Drurn set. Toys. Floor Lamp. Drapes.' Eles. Guitar. Ski RacK. Magazine Table. Chairs. Nice fifcoWn Chesterfield and CriaiK player. Chrome. Machine. Gas 'Dryer. Basin Sink Stroller Toys. Garage Door. Yashlca 35MM Camera. Skis. Elec. Juicer. Mixmaster and attachments. Many more NMM loo numerous to mention Scorpion Mark III Snowmobile 38 H.P. M e.c. Motor tike 1H4 Corvrtr Monn 1H4 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONI IIMIMAVE. LITHBRIDOB TIO NIWBT ue. 4i AUCTIONEERS KIITH Lkl.' 4M scheduled The annual meeting of Unif Alberta's largest producer oriented farm will be Held in the MacDonald Hotel in Ed- monton Dec. 11 to 14. Feed grain grain natural gas co operatives and implement dealer's services are expected to be high on the list of topics for the member organization. testified that the natural lens in Carmen's eye was destroyed by the impact of the pellet. As a result she must wear a contact lens on that eye the rest of her life. The injury also increases the chance to 50 percent that she will get glaucoma in the eye. The retina could also become Dr. Dyer said. Carmen testified that because of the injury and the lens she has to she has to cope with considerable dis- comfort and some loss of vision. The point disputed by the Laurie MacLean for the plaintiff and Steve Denecky for the was whether or not Mr. Lowe was negligent in leaving the rifle Limousin bull brings price of A six-month-old Limousin bull calf has been sold for Riverbend Farm of 30 miles west of Red sold the calf to Rod Mclsaac of Clanranald Ont. The calf was sired by a bull in the Chastanet herd owned by McBride Limousin of High River. Riverbend also sold 50 crossbred Limousin females to the Ontario rancher. No purchase price was an- nounced. The bull calf will remain in Alberta until it has completed his rate of performance tests which end when it is one year old. It will then be stationed at an artificial insemination stud unit in Ont. where it was accessible to the children. Mr. MacLean argued that since the Lowe children had access to the gun and used it then Mr. Lowe was negligent. He further argued that the defendant had not told his children of the harm the air rifle could cause. Mr. Denecky claimed that Mr. Lowe was not negligent since he had given the children training in gun safety. He had also told them not to use the gun without his permission. Mr. Denecky sought to establish negligence on Mr. Digram's in that the who owned numeroud handguns and had allowed his children to fire weapons and had not given them proper training. Mr. Justice Milvain agreed with Mr. stating that the air rifle was a dangerous weapon and should have been treated as such. He said that although parents are not usually to be held respon- sible for the torts of their a person who leaves a firearm where it may be dangerous to anyone else is guilty of criminal negligence. In allowing his children relatively free access to the Mr. Lowe was Mr. Justice Milvain ruled. In awarding the general damages to the Ingram Mr. Justice Milvain mention- ed that he too had to wear con- tact lenses because his natural lenses were destroyed. He he the discomfort the girl had to contend with because of the contact lens in her eye. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Phone 328-4095 FUEL SAVING1 You will tMl comfortable a lowtr temperature provided the humidity It right. Have a POWER HUMIDIFIER Installed by CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262- AVI. S. PkOM 328-3388 STILL SELLING FOR LESS STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Straits. Phoni 327-3024 IFOR THOSE UPCOMIN6I SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 321-2176 Dressy Festive Occasions INSTALLATION HUMIDIFIERS 1709 i live. S. 32I-5J73 Choose a pair of our lovely OR SILVER EVENING SANDALS with dressier heel wafer platform soles. All sizes from 5V4 to 9. SEND SEASON'S GREETINGS .00 For Just 2 the cost of the bouquet We can assure Delivery if you Order Before December 1st MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP PHONE 327-1515 Choose a Gift from Camm's Your Christmas Shoe Store Matching sets Men's or Ladies GENUINE PONY BOOTS A gift to you really care. 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