Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
SENIOR CITIZIN'S TOUR HAWAII CALLS Jan. 6................... fir turn Guided Tourt Far Yw To Enjoy In Far Fiirthar Information Call BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE 1271 3rd AVI. 5. Phono 121-3201 or 3JMI5I "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The Lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, October 7, 1970 PAGES 17 TO 32 ALWAYS INJOYED and APPHECIATEDI ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-S161 1705 W.M. Drive Ph. 323-7751 r UNIVERSITY PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW-An exhibition of 34 individual and group photos, some with poems, by Canadian sculptor and amateur photographer Roy Kiyooka are on display in the University of Lethbridge's art gallery in Old Fort Whoop-Up. The exhibition, entitled Stoned Gloves, comprises photos-poems created by the 44-year-old Saskatchewan born artist on the site of Japan's Expo 70 he completed o sculpture commis- sion for the Canadian government. The works in black and whiis. are variations on a simple'theme: cloth gloves dropped by workmen amid the clutter of Expo construc- tion sites. The o'how continues through October. Viewing hours are a.m.-4 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. New Social Plan For Blood Indians By RIC SWIHART Herald Staff Writer CARDSTON A radical new approach to social develop- ment, assisting the 'total' per- son in the framework of a 'to- al' community, has been launched by tile Blood Tribal Ad- ministration. The announcement Tuesday, tat a director will be selected Oct. 13 for the new tribal ad- ministration department con- suniated two years of study, re- search -aix! planning by tribe of- ficials. The positive social develop- ment program is family orient- ated and will be applied to the entire reserve community, first among the employed in an at- :empt to bust through the wel- iare curtain. Once additional projects and staff are incorporated into the total program, it will be direct- id at the entire reserve popu- ation. The program for the Blood Reserve is laying the ground- work for similar programs in th-American centres where the majority of the population of any given community has jot been aligned socially with he rest of society. It is based on a sociological and anthropological theory that stressing improvement to only ona facet of personal living is SMALL WONDER NEW 1971 VOLKSWAGONS IN OUR SHOWROOM TOMORROW SEE THE NEW 411 4-DOOR SEDAN ON DISPLAY RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. Corner 3rd Ave. and 16th St. S. Phone 328-4539 Car Lot 328-4356 City's Future 'Very Bright': Mayor By HERB JOHNSON Herald City Hall Reporter Mayor Andy Anderson says the future looks "very bright" for Lethbridge. Commenting on the growth oi the city in recent years, Mayor Anderson said "never before has the city had such a period of growth, and the next 10 years will see the continued expansion of the development that was planned for and started five or six years ago." Building permit figures for Lethbridge and other cities bear out the mayor's opinion. More than million in per- mits have been issued so far this year in Lethbridge, nearly million more than the 1969 total to the end of September. Calgary, by contrast, is run- ning about million behind COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 IRAS NILE CLUB NO. 4 DAUGHTERS OF THE NILE FASHION! SHOW Yates Centre p.m. NEW YORK FURS Wish 1c> announce that all the sample furs shown during the FASHION SHOW plus many of our furs off our racks will be sold this weekend ah GREATLY REDUCED DON'T MISS OUR COLLECTION OF SIZE DRESSES Sizes to Going At 1 0 Off During Our Anniversary Sale. NEW YORK FURS 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3276 last year's figures. Permits to city and the attitude of the peo- the end of September total million, compared with almost million for the same per- iod last year. Both.Red Deer and Medicine Hat appear to be fairly close to last year's construction rate. Red Deer is slightly down from the 1969 total of just under million to the end of Septem- ber. Medicine Hat has already ex- ceeded last year's total for the entire year of about million, although million of this came from one project the Medicine Hat college, Lethbridge's current rate of growth, which compares favor- ably with the other centres, was attributed by Mayor Anderson largely to the co-operation of the local citizenry. It is this sense of co-opera- tion, he said, that makes the city such an attractive place for new industry to locate. The over-all quality of the community is a major selling point, he said, and because of the amenities offered by the al Ahead Of 1969 On the 17th day of the 1970 United Appeal Campaign, re- ceipts total This figure is slightly higher than on the same day last year when receipts totalled but is down from 1968 total on the 17h day when receipts stood The house to house canvass ;o date has brought in sut call backs will not be con- :luded for another two weeks. Vfrs. Elaine Bartel, chairman of this part of the canvass is lopeful that another will re turned over to the campaign office at that time. pie it is not difficult to sell the city to outside firms. Mayor Anderson said tha while the federal government's area incentives program hac undoubtedly been a factor in the current growth of the' city, he felt it was still the general at- mosphere of the city that was primarily responsible for bring- ing in new industry. He noted it was important for Lethbridge to periodicallyi re- assess its development program and also for the citizens to con- tinue to be concerned with whal kind of a city they wanted Leth- bridge to become. EMO Local Appoints Rescue Chief Eichard A. Bateman .has been appointed chief rescue of. fleer for the Lethbridge Emer- gency Measures Organization, VVilh'am Falconer, EMO co-or- dinator has announced. Mr. Bateman has been a pro- fessional firefighter in Burma, India and Scotland and saw wartime service in the Far East. He has extensive training in first aid and is a graduate of the Civil Defence College in Arnprior. Rescue training classes un- der Mr. Bateman's supervision will start Oct. 22. All interest- ed persons have been invited to attend. Further information may be obtained from Mr. Falconer at city hall, phone 328-2341. JCLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanli IBLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 In Observance of JEWISH DAY OF ATONEMENT Progress Clothing Ltd. WILL BE CLOSED Friday, Oct. 9th at p.m. and Closed All Day Saturday, Oct. 10th Re-opening for business as usual TUESDAY, OCT. 13th A.M. Dennis O'Connell, director of the Economic Development Commission, has also comment- ed on the need for the com- munity to set goals, to decide what it wants to be. Consideration must be given, he said, to the relationship be- tween the qualitative and quan- titative aspects of growth. 1 The quality of life is tremen- dously important, he said, and growth is required only to sup- port the amenities offered by the community. The real function of any com- munity, he said, is to provide the services and amenities that will allow the individual to de- velop his full potential, without interfering with another per- son's "doing his On the subject of continued growth, Mr. O'Connell said it was his opinion the city was in a good position to bring in new plants related to agriculture and livestock and also the high- skill "footloose" industries, such as electronics, plastics and com- munications businesses. The latter, he can es- tablish almost anywhere and often prefer to locate in small- er communitifis. that offer an attractive community We for their employees. not enough to break the de- structive grip brought on by living in a sustained weiisn system. Using theoretical guidelines aimed at developing a 'total person, the program will re- volve around seven major areas of development; cultural .recreational, educational, spir itual, economics, health ant family. A tribal official said pro- viding jobs in the community plays a large part but employ- ment alone is not the answer without the remainder of the development areas very few people can stay off the welfare rolls. The theory works on a prin- ciple that man is a total human being and as such can only be developed totally, deviating from the long standing concepl Traffic Flow Plans Made For Opening A spokesman for the city's engineering department said today traffic should be able to move satisfactorily on 13th St. N. for Thursday's opening ol the Centre Village Mall. Although cold weather has in- terfered with completing the concrete median strip north of the subway, crews will likely move out and complete the job when the weather warms. There will b e provisions made for cars making left turns into the mall parking lot, the spokesman said. Widening work on the street and closure of the 9th St. bridge have interfered with traffic flow between the north and south side in recent weeks. The bridge renovations have been completed and it reopened last week. Break-In Thieves.broke into the LDS church on 10th Ave. and 20th St. S. overnight and made off with worth of stamps. Entry was gained into the building through an open door but the office door was forced open. Police are investigating. EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZEL 3l7-7th STREET SOUTH I- BR-R-R-R Colder Weather On The Way Get Set With The Finest SNOW BOOTS from CAMM'S Ladies' low cut nylon with fur cuff. Suede and Leather combination in Brown or Black Drifters. ft Children's Snow Boots waterproof high cut vinyl Borg lined ideal for slush or cold winter weather. ONLY "Hilary" by Joyce In Brown or Black Crinkle Patent Wet Look. "Python" by Joyce A new arrive! in Black and Identical handbags to match. Juit Arrived A new Black Oxford. LOTUS by Air Step So popular with the more mature woman. ONLY AT CAMM'S NEW EYE CATCHERS Mary Jane Baby Dolis in Black, Brown and Navy in the Wet Look with flat pancake heel. A new teen and campus favorite. OPEN THURS. AND CAMM'S FRI. UNTIL 9 P.M. c SHOES that welfare, by filling a man's stomach, will solve the problem of community living. Just as no industry, can be developed partially, and hope to succeed, no man can be de- veloped partially with any hope of success. To.begin with, the Blood Tri- bal Administration department of social development will hire a director, a nurse counsellor, an alcoholic counsellor and two home visitors. The director will co-ordinate and supervise a program of so- cial development with empha- sis in the areas of attendance at work, alcoholism, employ- ment, counselling, family life and family living. He will be the liaison with Red Crow Development, social services, Red Crow Recreation Board and Kainai Industries, to ensure maximum co-ordination of total services. He will tackle major social problems to promote the ad- vancement of industry, en- hancement of family life as well as community develop- ment. A graduate nurse will be hired and then trained as an al- coholic nurse counsellor to work within the framework of the de- partment while the alcoholic counsellor will work in the field on a less formal basis. The home visitors will do field work in homes, teaching Eamily living skills and doing family counselling as well as assisting in co-ordination of family services. As the program develops, ad- ditional members of staff will be hired to fulfill the social de- velopment concept, expected to be in full operation in two 'ears. FOR SALE THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An International Daily Newspaper At The CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM Corner 12th St. 4lh Ave. S. Open 12 Noon to 2 p.m. Tues., Thurs. and except Legal Holidays. PRESIDENT _ Joe Grc-en was recently installed as president of the Green Acres Kiwanis Club for 1970-71. In- coming Lt.-Gov. Jack Steph- ensou of Medicine Hat pre- sided at the official cere- mony. Also installed were: Bill Palmer, president-elect; Henry Kocloffs, vice-prcs- dcnt; Mike Meheu, treasurer, and Matt Tnys, secretary. Di- rectors are George Cowan, Dick Lewis, John PasknsW. Bill Nicol, Ira Flaa and Dave Smithson. EARLY STARTERS Although the compulsory age for .starting school remains at six, lialf of France's five-year- olds ara in kindergarten this year. FALL FLOWERS for Thanksgiving October 12 ORDER NOW FOR DELIVERY AT HOME OR AWAY! Shop Marquis Hold Bldg. Phone 327-1515 SAVE TIME and MONEY with a GAS DRYER SAVE AN EXTRA When you apply your VOUCHER on the purchase of your natural gas dryer. Offer expires Nov. 14, 1970. Vouchers ara being distributed by Canadian Western Nat- ural Gas Co. to their customers throughout the area. "CHARGE IT" CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED ART WILLIAMS AGENCIES OPENS IN CENTRE VILLAGE MALL OCT. 8th.