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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta '14 THE IETHBRIDCE HERAID Tuesday, November 30, 1971 Secondary industry needed Canadians must develo] more secondary industries say Hoy Jamha, president of the Alberta Federation of Labor. ('no way the1 federal govern ment could do this is by drop- ping its current 11 per cent tax >n construction materials, he This would help reduce costs Hid encourage investment by 'nnadians in Canadian Indus- TV. Alberta requires n ore secon ary industry to employ the province's work force and sup- >ly tax dollars, he said. Mr. Jamha pointed to tbe vauing amounts of revenue realized by the province from the oil and gas industry as an indicator of tire need. The building materials tax Ls to come under fire at a meeting of western labor fed- eration leaders to be held in Vancouver soon. mining 11 curing Dec. 15 A public meeting on strip mining of coal will be held in Lethbridge Dec. 15. It will be the first in a se- ries of meetings sponsored by the Alberta Environment Con- servation Authority designed to look at the impact of resource development on the environ- ment. The meeting is scheduled for 10 a.m. in Gym 2 of the Civic Sports Centre. i Industries, industrial associa- tions. concerned groups and in- j dividuals are invited to make submissions at the meeting. Notice of submission of a brief should be given to tbe author- ity in advance. To RESEARCH REFERENCE LIBRARY _ Mary Kundrik, left, head librarian Bette Cannings, Maxine Richards and Arlene Sallenbach .check 1he daily operation of (he Lethbridge Research Station library. The system being used above is a cardex file for circulation records of publications, in both current and journal form. The library has volumes and an on-going journal binding program to update the information. Wilson Photo ensure that everyone in the province has an opportunity public meetings on Research station library important to scientists By RIC SWIHART Staff Writer With volumes and on-going journal gram, the binding thbridge pro- Re- search Station library ranks as to t u uij ___..............____ the subject have also been j the largest scientific research scheduled for Grande Prairie reference font in southern AI- Dec. 13, Edmonton Dec. 17 and berla. Calgary Dec. 23. j Primarily for use bv thc re- WIN A EOOK The four pictures above- and to the comprise the third of five groupies to be printed in The Herald Tuc-vjay. Those who are able to ncrna all 20 books from which the pictures were taken are eligi- b'e for a pr-zs. Entry forms are available at the library or individuals may keep their own list. Anyone 14 and underlay take in the contest. Pic'ures one through eight have appeared in The Herald the previous two Tuesdays. search scientists at the station, another basic sen-ice of the li- the student take what is need- the library has most of thc in-1 brary circulation of formation needed by specialists served. The main areas of interest are biology, chemistry, bio- chemistry, entomology, botany, soil science, fertilizers and ir- rigation technology. Bette Cannings, who holds degrees in English and library science from the University of the 65 j journals to the scientist of ree- ord. She also circulates substan- said Miss Cannings. "This is done only on the rec- ommendation of the professor, to make sure the student is ae LU mane sine cne siunent is ac- bal numbers of journals from tually gotag to usc thc infor. the mam departmental library j malion in Ottawa process of in tlie continuing helping the scien Lists to keep of current litert'ture. "It is a time-consuming pio- cess, and takes as long as I three days in some instances." Miss Cannings said the li- (J, Cadets get new CO Thursday The cadet corps land of the 20th Independent Field Battery RCA (M) of Lcihbridge pets a new commanding officer this week. He Ls Lieut. L. D. 'Danny) i now disbanded'' Bodell who takes over the reins neer Squadron RCE from Capt. N. E. ____ (M) of i Lethbridce, has served with the who is retiring after a long and j unit as an instructor in recent I illustrious career. vears. Under Capt. Price the corps attained the pinnacle of sue- cess in its field, being judged the best land cadet corps in southern Alberta and southeast- ern British Columbia on a num- ber of occasions as well as pro- ducing several master cadets. The change of command cer- emony will be held Thursday at p.m. in the Kenyon LET PRINTED SALESMEN DO THE JOB! Dance planned fur LCI uniforms We can help you design your direct mail advertising so that it puts IMPACT into your sell- ing. Wo print it, mail it, W Complete Campaigns Mailing Circulars Addressing Flyers Brochures Offset or tcltorproM Full Cplor Sec Our Samples Jusl Calll The Lctliln-ulfjc Hcr.ild Printing and Lithographing DIVISION HERALD BUILDING 5th Avonuo Enlranco Oppoiilo iho Downtown Cnr Pnrkacln A dance will he held in the I-c-thbri'lge Collegiate InsiiUito in order to funds for the LCI hand uniforms. .Sponsored by the Parent's Rand Committee, the dance is to he held 11 from 9 to K p.m. in the LCI auditorium. .Music will be- provided by thc LCI stage hand. Dress is informal, and every- one is welcome to altcnd. _., Miss Cannings said scientific i ]vrarv mav in inu British Columbia, is the head information is contained in! y thc librarian. She works in co-op-1 journals for the most part be- eration with three clerks, Mary i cause of the time element. Kundrik, Arlene Saller.bach, "It doesn't take as long to and Maxine Richards. produce a journal as it does a Mrs. Kundrik is head clerk j she said. i the she said, in charge of arranging "Tire most important part of bran- loans, book loans to j tlie library is the run on scien- stientists and receptionist du-' tific journals. There are about lies- j 370 subscriptions to journals or She takes requests from re- current periodicals at the li- searchers and if thc informa-1 brary." lion isn't available, arranges) Mrs. Richards looks after in- fer the needed books from any i coining mail, distributes jbur- library in the world. j nals to the offices and records Lethbridge has received in- j interiibrary and various form formation from many libraries requests. the future. i This would entail the forma- tion of a profile which is fed From this, the computer can print out all tlie available in- formation at its source in a the United All the women have a part in Canada and States, as well as England, in the continual filing process France and Russia. I and all work on the oatalogu- There is a request away to ing of new information. ow" she said Tim lihmrv Russia right she said. Miss Cannings said tbe main agricultural library in Ottawa peciaUy for the University "of has a service which translates information from language to English. The library- at the research station is actually a regional branch of the Ottawa library. Mrs. Sallenbach takes care of Tlie library does perform a type of emergency sen-ice, es- Lethbridge. This takes the form of literaiure-searcliing for students, particularly biology majors. "We use the abstracts and catalogues to find the neces- sary information and then let time, or at least tell the scientist where he can get his needed information. Another piece of equipment to be needed soon is the micro- film processor. "There is a scientific infor- mation explosion now and commitments will be neces- sary." Miss Cannings was named hesd librarian last June, suc- ceeding Miss Bertha Pehrson, who was instrumental in build- ing the present library to the excellent position it now en- joys, from the days the sta- tion was an experimental farm. FEWER STEERS Thc total marketings for choice steers in Alberta dropped slightly for 1971 with sold at stockyards and packing plants this year can- pared with for the same period in 1970 100 Copies S3.30 plus tax scientific journals are runrong away with said Miss Cannings. "Storage space (3 becoming critical and microfilming to make use of limited space 1269 Third Ave.S.LelhbridgB EXHIBITION and SALE of ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS selected by BARTHA ART STUDIOS of Calgary PROMOTING CANADIAN ART Now on display at the COLLEGE MALL CHRIS' BEAUTY SALON h Now UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT! Mrs. Muriel Magnus Is happy to announce is now the Owner and Manageress of Chris' Beauty Salon. For the month of December all perms will be reduced Our operators Miss Rita Walsh and Miss Gail Strain specialize in His n' Hers Shag Cuts! Chris7 Beauty Salon 706 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-2079 Twelve SEE WHAT THE I1THBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Can Offer You EVENING COURSES: HIGH SCHOOL AND ADULT UPGRADING COURSES BASIC ENGLISH FOR NEW CANADIANS BUSINESS COURSES (Accounting, Typing, Economics, Data Processing, Receptionist Training, Bookkeeping) GENERAL INTEREST COURSES (Basic Offset Lithogra- phy. Challenge for Charm, Fly Fishing and Fly Tying. Golf Instruction, Sewing, Automotive! for the Ladies, Welding.) These nncl mony others oro being plrmnod FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT THE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE PHONE 327 2141 Liberals meet Dec. 12 If you arc a Literal Parly or supporter, I he bridge I'ederal Literal Associ- ation invites you to criticize the government. A special meeting wjl be held in the Carolina Room of. the Kl Raiwho Hotel Dec. 12 at 1 p.m. j The meeting will held lo j hear crilioism of ihe federal Literal government. Tlie theme of the meeting will be, What's Right or Wrong With Our Federal Government. NOW LEASING CUMBERLAND TOWERS EAST OF COUEGE MALI SHOPPING CENTRE One bedroom Two bndroom Penthouse FEATURES INCLUDEDi luxurious lobby Elevator Wall lo wall broadloom Dropw Colored liovej and refrjaemlort Exhaust fan Balconies Sauna both Off-street car pork witli pluo-in INCLUDED IN RENTAl All utilities and cablovision FOR INQUIRIES CONTACT RENTAL DEPARTMENT CUMBERLAND TOWERS 'ETHBRIDGE'S NEWEST LUXURY HI-RISE AGENCIES LTD. (Eitobllihsd PHONE 328-3331 tVENINSS PHONE K. TICHtER 328-8677 ;