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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta GOING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS? Book now and avoid disappointment For further delalli and reiervalioni contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 328-3201 or 328-8184 The Lcthkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lothbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, October G, 1971 PAGES 17 TO 28 ERICKSEN'S PASTRY SHOP 3rd Avs., M.M. Drlvi 5. Phon. 328-8161 "The Pioneer and Loading Retail Shop in Lethbridge" FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS TIME'S TWIN OTTER AIRPLANES FLANK THE SMALLER 402s ON LETHBRIDGE TARMAC Time Airways of Lethbridge has groiving aircraft fleet Time Airways Ltd. initialed all turbo prop service Mon- day on the main Lcthbridge- Calgary Red Deer-Edmonton flight path with the introduction if another 18 passenger de Havilland Twin Otter plane. The frequency of flights on the main route remains the same v.'ith six originating out of Lethbridge destined for Cal- gary and three of those flights continuing on to Edmonton for the return to Lethbridge. With the initiation of the sec- ond Twin Otter, Time's full- day operation seating capacity will increase 38 per cent, han- dling 103 maximum each way, Lethbridge to Calgary. The portion of the schedule which has the Twin Otter ser- vicing Calgary lied Deer-Ed- monton will have a 25 per cent increased seating capacity with 54 seats available each way. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 3284095 Walter R. (Stub) Ross, presi- dent of Time, said the frequ- ency of flights will remain the same despite the large increase in passenger capacity. There will be no increase in passen- ger rates either. Correspondingly, with the in- crease in size of the fleet to four airplanes, the capacity for air freight increased. Richard Barton, vice president in charge of administration, said this is important, especially with increased mail service and the Hearing Christmas season. Mr. Ross said a new and ex- panded air schedule will come into effect Oct. 31 to increase Appeal total: United Appeal contributions to date total The Appeal's 1971 commitment is AQUARIUS TROPICAL FISH AND SUPPLIES 524A 6th Street South Phone 328-3121 O Common Sword Aquariums, Made to Measure gals. Cabinets for Aquariums, Made To Measure Ask About Our Club Membership and Discount OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. SAVE 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT 509 6th Avenue South [INUTE UFFLER INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-8134 passenger and freight service, especially in the south. The new schedule will have seven additional flights booked from the five cities involved, with an extra booking from Lethbridge, Calgary, Red Deer and Edmonton to Medicine Hat. The new plane will be used primarily. Medicine Hat citizens appear to benefit the most under the new schedule with service in- creased by one flight per day to Lethbridge. Mr. Ross said this will give Medicine Hat people a third flight per day to Calgary, half- day service to Lethbridge re- turn and an earlier p.m. flight for Air Canada connec- tions to the east from Calgary. For all east Canada flights, Medicine Hat will now have twice daily connections five days per week and one connection Saturday. Freight service from Medi- cine Hat will increase because it will be the first time for Twin Otter service on a regu- lar basis. Mr. Ross said there is some flexibility schedule. built "The into the new flight from Calgary to Medicine Hat is rou- ted through Lethbridge only if there are passengers wanting the service. "If there is no passenger waiting at Lethbridge to go to Medicine Hal, the plane will be routed directly from Calgary to Medicine Hat." Architect sought for city arena The city's arena development committee has asked five arch- itectural firms to make further Group of Edmonton; and Lurie and Neufeld of Lethbridge were chosen from 3d architectural firras to make the submissions submissions regarding the piu- j jn doing posed arena tor Lethbridge. a complete feasibility study for the Stanley and Associates and Underwood McLellan and Asso- ciates of Calgary; Phillips, Bar- ratt, Hillier, Jones and Part- ners of Vancouver; Cambrian Lougheed appoints representative Premier Peter Lougheed has announced the appointment of Jim Seymour as director of the southern Alberta office of the premier, located in Calgary. Premier Lougheed said dur- ing the election campaign he would take government to the people by making more-exten- sive use of the southern Al- berta office. Mr. Seymour said the main purpose of the office is to es- arcna. The committee has suggested several points which should be included in the study: of all interest- ed groups, including the Exhib- i'ion Board and the Lethbridge Community College, to seek their needs ant! participation; schematic site and building layouts for review; alternative site local ions; traffic access and narking requirements; a master plan lay- out of the ultimate development and recommend staging; canital cost estl- mate for the initial stage; estimates on oper- ating expenses and staff re- quirements. The firms have only been asked at this point what ap- proach they would take to such a study, including the length of time and cost involved for study connection. Submissions are to be made tablish closer liaison between j before Oct. 18 so that they can the people of southern Alberta and the government. Cabinet ministers and MLAs will be made available to talk to indi- viduals or groups, he said. Public school board candidates state positions be included on the agenda for the Nov. 1 meeting of city coun- cil. represent the views of citizens of Lethbridge and mast isappointing j work together to come up with slilutioi persons at 'ne best-possible education for- schools By RON CALDWELL Staff Writer There was a dis: turnout of about 30 JU11J a public forum at Hamilton Ju- fotr om nior High School Tuesday eve- Carl. Mmsm ,J ning featuring the eight cadi- dates seeking public school board office in the Oct. 13 civic election. Officials of the Lethbridge Home and School Council, which organized Ihe had hoped more than 100 per- teachers, principals sons would attend the meeting. Each candidate delivered a brief statement on why they are seeking public school board office. have al- ways been interested in educa- tion it has been my career. "f look at the whole business of education as a team ap- proach. Even' policy that is made has to take into eonsid- all of those involved and stu- dents. "We hear a great deal about our natural resources. I am sure no one would say that our children are not our greatest Dr. Doug McPhcrson "1 hiiik !hat of all HIP social in- stitutions society has devised, have to be the most important. ''I am greatly interested in now must be aware of priori-1 ondary over primary schools." tics we have to decide! William Brown "I am what's best for our children, [raising a family in Lethbridge can fill an imnor- i and have dlildrcn in thc Dorothy Beckcl "I feel the I natural resource, and it is in school hoard is a croun of trns- j everyone's interest to ensure a tees who make educational de- cisions in the public interest, particularly in budget and pol- icy matters. "I strongly support the Inno- vative projects now under way and would actively continue support as a school board member." noug Card "During my seven years on the school board, I have found out that a board member must be for- ward-thinking ard enthusiastic, but must also be able to work with people. "Other board members also good education for our young- sters." the whole educational process our children. in the community and partial- j "Taipei tant role by ensuring that they hire the best instructors for scnool sys- larly in the innovative projects j (cm mnlime to devejop being developed. "I support teacher consulta-1 schools so our child ion 100 per cent. We would be lion 100 pi remiss if we didn't seek the knowledge and expertise of our teachers. "If I am re-elected, I will at- tempt to deal with spending policy decisions with wisdom." Alastair Mont "Education in the 1970s is under the gun. "In previous decades money was spent with abandon. "Now the costs of education have skyrocketed. Trustees FOR SALE THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An Infernoticmal Daily Newspaper At The CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM Corner I2lh St. 4th Ave. S. Open 12 Noon to 2 p.m. EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND LEGAL HOLIDAYS Fire prevention record hasn't been good to date Albertans apparently weren't Edmonton, demolished a IIE aware Monday that Oct. 3 to 9! wood plant and resulted in thc humanizing process in our Iren can be adequate citizens when they graduate." Reg Turner "If elected, I plan to represent the student. "Many school systems have been set up to run like ma- chines. "The most horrible thing that can happen to people, particu- larly students, is to belong to a machine. "There is no way you can or should have these young people caught in a machine. "I have learned much from students over the years more than I have learned from any university." Lcn Wright "I plan to look into the method of deciding teachers' salaries to determine whether changes should be National Fire Prevention Week. Blazes throughout the prov- ince claimed one life and caused an estimated in property damage. Southern Alberta was the most fire safety conscious area with only fire damage oc- curring, including a ?25 car fire in Lethbridge. The province's largest fire was in Penhold, south of Red j Deer, where arsonists are sus-1 peeled to have started a fire which razed two grain elcva- tors, causing damage, j A fire in Akenside, east of loss. Two minor fires were re- ported in Edmonton, Monday, causing damage. "f would also look into charges that the school admin- istration is "top heavy" and that prejudice is shown to sec- For the very newest in Exciting Fall Shoe Fashions It's Camm's Shoes FIRST! Similar to shoe at right in lovely Chutney Glovn in Black Glove leather. Fully leather leather sole. For cor- rective fittings AAA, AA, and B widths. Sizes 6 1O 11. by Air Step See this one now at Camm's in brown croco leather-also in Black Patent "CLARIDGE" Available in Camel Glovo leather, and black patent. "HILARY" A very poplar Joyce ilyle. Available in Camel, Bur- gundy, Green, Black and Brown in Black and Brown Wet look Crinkle Patent. JUST ARRIVEDI New Hi Stylo 14" and 16" SNOW BOOTS In Brown or Black Glove Irrothers with worm 100% Orion Pile Lining. CAMM'S 403 5lh Street S. SHOES Send the Thanksgiver for Thanksgiving BLAIR EXCAVATING Septic Tanks Sold Delivered and Installed Water Line Trenching Basements Dug Phone 327-4058 Thank someone this year with iho Thanksgiver. A special FTD arrangement of fresh fall flowers in a re.usable ceramic container. Send it almost anywhere. Call or visit us to- day. MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Marquis Hotel Building Phono 327-1515 SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. THURSDAY, OCT. 7th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Lovely patterned colonial style Indented; Red maple bedstead; Dressing table; Nighl table and 2 chests of drawers; Nice 2-pce. brown chesterfield; Lawn swing; Philco TV; Good wood crib and mattress; Chrome table; Large wall mirror; Quantity of arborilc; Mahogany bi-fold doors; Single box spring; Barbcquc; Fairbanks Morse TV; Awning; 54" box spring and mattress; Leather sample case- 2-attache cases; Philco portable TV; 4-bicyclcs; Nice drapes; G.E. floor polisher; Telephone table; 2-step tables; Stacking stools; Shoe rack; Complete bed; Mattresses; 2-nlumimim doors; Large wood barrel. Johnnie Pole; Trunk; Baby car bed; Suitcases; Bed- spread; Wall plaques; Electric broom; Kids table and 4 chairs; Moulding; 2-bookcases; Utility table; Kids' rocker; 4-chrome chairs; Pictures; Sani-Cnn; Camp stove; Large wheel barrow; High chair; Mangle; Tires; Sinks; Motor- cycle 1M2 G.M.C. 'i TON TRUCK YAMAHA 100 re MOTORCYCI.K (Very good condition) FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-4705 1920 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN lie. 41 Lie. 458 system. I am concerned with Uie operation of that system. "I believe we must never separate the education system from the community. "Schools must be an integral part of the community. "We must develop citizens who can understand and con- tribute to what is going on in the community." CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 JUST RECEIVEDI NEW SHIPMENTI 2 or 3 Blade KRAUT CUTTERS ALSO 1, 2, 3, 5 and 10 gallon CROCKS Call Housewaret 327-5767 Hoyt's DOWNTOWN The Partners of Williams, Tanner, Bell, Gerla and Co. and Thorne, Gunn, Helliwell and Christenson announce the merger of their practises as of Oct. 1, 1971, to be carried on under the name of Thorne, Gunn, Helliwell Christenson 207 Canada Trust Bldg. Phone 327-8511 With offices in centres across Canada CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS 34th ANNIVERSARY 07 o te DISCOUNT PLUS A MATCHING FUR HAT SILVER DOLLAR DRESS SALE with every dresi you receive n brand new 1971 SILVER DOLLAR NEW YORK FURS 604A 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-3276 ;