Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
HOCKEY WEEKEND Book Now for our Nexf Hockoy Weekend Jon. 28, 29 and 30th. Limited Space AvallablD........... ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-320T The Lcthkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, November 30, 1971 PAGES 13 TO 28 It'l a GREAT DAY to HRVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITE (Special Pritei on Bulk Orders) S ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 pansion in the next few years. The snake-like tube in foreground is o pedestrian walkway from the parking nrcos. Broadway look out Tlie city is getting lit. The annual campaign to brighten up the main commer- cial districts has begun with the city's contribution to the festive spirit. Electric department cr e w s have started putting up Christ- mas decorations on 13th St. N.. and before Dec. 15 will have the main downtown area a part of Mayor Magrath drive seasonably enhanced. Decorations will go up on 3rd, 4th and 5th Ave. S. and 4th St. through 8th St. S. Mayor Magrath Drive be- tween 3rd Ave. and 7th Ave. S. is also scheduled for a tem- porary facial. No new decorations have been purchased for Ihis year's display. It costs the city about to put up the ones it aheady has and take them down again. The decorations will be left up until the day after the Uk- rainian New Year on Jan. 7. LCC pleased job study LEROY'S PLUMBING AND GASFITTING LEROY ERtENDSON Phone 328-8403 The million job training program, announced by Pre- mier Peter Lougheed will pro- vide the Lethbridge Commun- ity College with its first real opportunity to "truly become a community college." Dr. C. D. Stewart, LCC presi- dent, said "we talk about sen-- ing the community, yet we Thieves busy Thieves stole worth of goods in two break-ins Monday night. City police report worth of booty was stolen from 1820 2nd Ave. A N. between p.m. and p.m. Included in he items stolen were a wed- ding and engagement ring set alued at an AM-FM ransistor radio and a clock House-breakers at 2425 10th I Ave. N. made off with a S120 Swiss wrist watch between 7 [p.m. ar.d midnight. The watcl: case is of red gold with a yel- low gold stem find brown watch band. INTRODUCING FROM THE MAJESTY OF THE STEPPES "IMPERIAL SABRE" Mens Cologne and After Shave by IMPERIAL del ORO .50 4 oi. Cologne 4 oi. Cologne and 4 oi. Aftershave Set in Mens1 Accessory Case 4 oi. Cologne and 4 oi. Aftershave and "Soap on a in Mens' Accessory Case McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3555 5-60 10.oo 12'M know full well that we don't reach at least 50 per cent of the students who come out of high school." Dr. Stewart said job training for the unemployed is "just one area that we haven't been able to reach and this is our first opportunity to try something out here." The government progra; will allow people who lived in Alberta for at least year, who have been out school since July 1st. and ar unemployed to be paid to go school to upgrade their j( skills. Tlie payments will vary froi a week for a single perso living at home to dollars week for a married perso with three cr more dependants Dr. Stewart said he expect approximately 400 new stu dents at the college as a resu! of the program. Tlie financial tenefits tx> the college will be in the area o Dr. Stewart said LCC fits ink the program better than other community colleges in the province because "we hav( shop and technical assets tha the other college's don't have.' He said the college would not have a problem in supplying teachers to meet the antici- pated student increase. "We have 700 or 800 people in the community who have ex- pressed an interest in work, ng here and of course, we have >ur own academic staff so there should be no teacher he said. He said the program will get under way in January' and will end about April 30. -Walter Kerber Photo Seven accidents City police investigated sev- n traffic accidents Monday. The most serious accident re- sulted in damage when a car driven by William Bar of Coalhurst struck and killed a deer on Highway 3 west near the 5th Ave. approach bridge shortly after 5 p.m. The most frequent causes of the remaining six accidents were backing when unsafe and proper right turns. Be Sure To Attend The Three deer have been kill by car drivers within the ci limits of Lethbridge in the pas three days, bringing the tot killed in November to seven. All of the accidents involvin the deatii of deer have occu red between 5 p.m. and 3 a.m on Highway 3 west near tl 5th St. approach bridge. The deer killed have bee part of a small herd living the riverbottom area and cros ing the road to graze on th lawns of houses in the area. "If the city doesn't get a dee crossing sign up pretty soo we won't have any deer left, said city police inspector Bi West. Healy trial set for May in murder A preliminary hearing li Cardston Monday found there was enough evidence to com mil Rodney Garfield Josep! fealy, of (he Blood Indian Reserve to stand trial for non :apital murder. Healy was ar.ested and charged with non-capital mur in Cardston following the atal Oct. 23 shooting of Gor on Heavy Shields, 29, also oi he reserve. The non-capital murder trial vas set for the May sitting o: ie Alberta Supreme Court in "ort Macleod. Healy will remain in custod-. i the Lethbridge Correctional Institution until his trial. Alberta Supreme Court udge C. B. Macdonnel will reside at the trial; Crown ounsel will be Vaughn Haiti- an of Lethbridge and Healy be represented by Max loseovich, also of Lethbridge. I.O.D.E. CHRYSANTHEMUM TEA and CHRISTMAS SHOW WEDNESDAY, DEC. lst-2 TO 5 P.M. Frache's Greenhouses 7th Ave. and 20th St. North Wood clinic Lonight The Red Crass blood donor inic will begin tonight at Gym of the Civic Centre. Donors invited to be on hand be- -ecn 6 and 9 p.m. HiSh-Protein wheat premium may be paid under new svstem Premiums for high protein wheat could be paid as early as August under the new pro- tein grading program, accord- ing to the chief commissioner for the Canadian Grain Com- mission. Addressing the 49th annual meeting of the Alberta Wheat Pool in Calgary today, II. D. Pound said the first step in the protein grading program is the beginning of full segregation of wheat. Colleges commission hearing planned for Lelhbridge The Alberta College's Com mission will hold a public hear ing at the Lethbridge Commun ity College in February. Th date for the hearing has no been set. It will be one of six sue hearings to be held at the Lice's six community colleg campuses. Dr. Henry Kolesar, commis sion chairman, said the pus of the hearings is to giv he public an opportunity to be icard regarding college mat ters. "It Is one opportunity for the nembers of the commission to earn of problems thai exis within the public college sys tern, and of suggestions for olutions to the be aid. Potato growers elect Peter Goutbeek of Fort Sask- tchewan has been elected resident of the Alberta Potato Association, succeed- ig Ed Shimbashi of Barnwell. E. E. O'Donnell of Taber is ice-president and Corky Groot North Edmonton is secre- ary. Directors elected for the 280- nember organization for 1972 elude E. R. Lewis of Edmon- n, Tona Ohama of Rainier, ort Tamura of Rosemary, iochi Matoba of Rosemary, ian Hubka of Bow Island, arry Boss of Bow Island, ichard Kanegawa of Vaux- ill, Kaz Okuma of Vauxhall, as Kaga of Taber and Tak ga of Picture Bjitte. Potato growing hi Alberta is million-a-year business. The first meeting will be held Dec. 21 at Grant MacEwan Community College in Edmon- ton. Senior citizens tour sugar plant Lelhbridge senior citizens from the Golden Mile Drop-In Centre enjoyed a tour through the Canadian Sugar Factory in Taber Wednesday. "The work is simply amazing and cleanliness is said Dorothy Anderson, organ- izer of the drop-in centre. She said the staff of the su- factory was courteous and helpful to the 42 senior citizens who were bused to Taber. "We were divided into groups of 10 for our tour, which was conducted at a pace the senior citizens could keep up Mrs. Anderson said. "Aftej- the tour, we were ileasantly surprised with re- reshments supplied by the fac- ory." Mrs. Anderson said it was he first time many members of the group had visited a sugar acton'. There are no other field trips Janned until next spring for he drop-in centre, Mrs. Andcr- on said. This will provide sufficient information to enable reflection in protein levels on a delivery point average, he said. "The Canadian wheat board could then pay premiums on grain delivered to high average points or impose discounts on protein delivery points at some time in the he said. "All producers' deliveries to these points, both high and low protein points, would be paid on an equal basis." The next step in the grading program, which is being gath- ered now, is information on premiums, or more likely, dis- counts at the producer level. Tlie commission is testing :he application of an analyzer, jut to date the results have wen discouraging considering he adequate facilites of the aboratories. Tlie analyzers win be put in some country elevators to op- erate under field conditions, >ut Mr. Pound said the com- mission is not expecting very accurate results in the mea- sure of protein level. He said a new machine, de- veloped within the past year, is to be tested in 1972. It can provide test results in two min- utes. Cost is and for the 400 elevators owned by the Pool, he questioned the validity of them. He said tho marketing of high prolein wheat could lead to problems. He locks for a small premium for wheat with a protein level of 13 to 14 per cent, but a 15-cent per bushel premium for wheat with a 14 to 15 per cent protein level. high premium on tha higher protein level wheat is rcaiistic because nf the limit- ed quantities. The average protein level for western Canada this year was 13.5 per cent, with some of the 14 to 15 per cent protein level found in central Alberta and Saskatchewan. 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