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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta IMF: ICTIIDR1DGF HtRALll Saturday, Octolior 9, 1971 Tf lity library consultant appointed i f( i North Mt'tropalita 1 ctlislllfant 111 lain. Ik will v.-ork D u chief libra I mis Mitche chief libra Ycrk Township Toronto lias 1 cumnunira- fnv the U'ih- ibrary building (ienrKe and will! Watson, Ho will work with fii an export in library r.ixl lihniry immaEjL'inr'i dealing with eloctronic efj niral, computerization Mr. Dufton, who rhici brariaii in bridge tor ten years before his jippoint merit al York, is considered date library facilities A recent publication by the Educational Facilities Labora- tories for Car.'Sda and the U.S. a n u si.ys there aru Iraoks I r.iinually Uirough'-ul the world, approximately twice thai (.f a (lee.irle ago. been appointed the. build-1 foremost library I in Can In the sciences alone, the ba- I atla, witii experience in up-lo- physics. kMogy and chem- i.-.try studies have bred mroy Library plans developing, public meeting scheduled Sifinifiocni moves were made i proved by co.uneil for the fa- oward fulfilment of! cilily. Ccinceraini; the wte, council apreed the library board should not "feel Itx'lied into" Hie v i i vuun'.M ".f-j Ave. ami !r-h St. property ar.d juoved the of Rob-j should consider other ms Mitchell architects i before a final decision is to design the facility. Suggestions wore made by Aidermen Jim Anderson and Joe Balia that perhaps the v fields leading to Ihc publi cation ni .separate scien- tific journals published an- I uslly, containing more than 1.0 million articles. i "Witii ihis great new wealth annually, libraries tend to dcn- I hie the of their collections even' 20 to 30 the re- purl' "and HB ccM j nf purchasing vc1- I units, cataloguing, and scrvie- ing will become far great r.cw librsrv con- Council also recommended engaging an information retri- that the ;elut.icn is 'ncsks, in -re e realizing not simply uiUHr ,ioe nana uuu pinups un- builuiii" should be designed bv i more librarians. Tney be- Hove that the librsry must be- i c'ime a source of_ active iin'or- mation transfer. on the mailer and have re- Blueprinted lined John E. Button as the ]ol the rreh'frets wi'ihouf their knowing where tiie site is. Aid. Andcrvon reasoned this ap- proach might assure a function- i Ira-cased papulaiicii, greater al library, not just a building i numbers of young people goir.g to fit. on a narli-! in hiffher education, the I consultant. A public meeting wa I called, for some time near future for all citizen groups, young and old alike to make submissions to the library board giving their ideas of what they want, and need in a library. No dale has been sei for that meeting The council resolution furth- er stipulated that the cost of demolishing I he regional de- elopment building, now oc- (upyins the proposed library vitc. he part "f the over all budgeted figure of SSKHi.nnO ap- opeui.ng of new fields of em- a 20th-century library i pioymenl end rr.ore leisure also includes not only warehousing time are. it is reported, behir.d time in the space for books, but computer and other electronic communi- cations systems. The downtown site misht not j be able to accommodate these i ihings, he said. J Aid. Balla suggested looking I at the urban re area duae i to the coulees as a possible site. He said a location in that area j would be easily accessible to the Vniversity" of Lcthbridgc and the Lolhbriflge Community College, providing a general coinmur.ication nucleus. the need for a library eonsul- Unt to advise oil a library for iiie future. A regional librrry has also been di-cussed, and its advan- tages arc numerous. With up to date equipment in a centralized horary, a great supply of bocks' could be made available In the many smaller cbmmum- lies throughout southern Al- berta. It has been suggested by ii- IjiT-.-iars in the area (hat file small libraries in southern Al- Ixtfta fiiould nol limit their pa- trons to the small, somelimes outdated selection of books they have. Tiie tcwns would not be losing the libraries tlisy haie, they would not be los'.rrg their quiet place to go and read, would simply have mare volumes available to them, said one librarian- "Tiie libraries would remain as branches, with the only thing removed being the card cata- logue, replaced by a more easily-read lisur.g of the many b'-rvks available to said a recent report oil regional li- braries. The city i.-' taking anotter look al the library site initally chosen, and it is likely thtt of- ficials will begin discussing a regional concert with the surrtKuvlinp tov.r.s in the area. Researcher named Kuo-Joan Cheng, an anin.al j For two years ha worked an mici-obiologist, been named post-dcdoral fellow at the to the staff at the Lethbridge Research Station. He will specialize in the re-' Macdonald College of McGill r.livcrsitj. and fcr tm mMiths t ths of Calgary. Man injured (it rodeo search of the microbiology and biochemistry of digestion of cud-oliewing animals, with par- ticular emphasis on feecilot bloat, laminitis and aridosis. A further area of research in 11 rllll Ihis progi-am is to study the I A digestion prcducts that occrir in the animal's first stomach with ges in ration. Deav.e Gundlock. Progressive Conservative JIP for the feder- of Standoff innained in Lothbridge Hospital in condition Pr. Cheng received his initial degree from the Tai- University in 19C3. He spent the next year as a secor.J lieutenant in the Chinese army. He worked at the University of 5 monibi" -observation of Eiwhilion Pavilion, this Eajkatchcwan from 19M-M as a weekend renvived from laboratory assistant, getting his the arena until the city amlni- i masters degree in 1966. lance arrived because no j He received his doctorate stretcher was available. I irom V of S in in'.- KEINITZ 9th st Kerber Phota Gary Kennedy, protected by animal and other friends w do you keep a pet store peacehi H_ S. tn i.- n'.vl hv Gnrv Kc-nrcrly ar.cl >liop. and har- Tfubli- if -.'icaw (pr-rroi1 n-.ko- hi.-: hi- 'Inched to Mr. Krnnrdy. isn't, 01 life! 'n IIK in the store, how-' 'in" rvi'r: 'SI1'' is five years old and up; to -ix nif.r.ita was s'ill liv-j faiown in this aroj is Aristotle, hiM in I lie jungle's oi Smith Am-; a eoUontop marmoset. er.ia. Xou livins in U-lhhridge. He sat originally from South iWest side I bus ruiij- i rescheduled j Tlio city has revised the weekday and weekend schedule for ila- commuter s service. to the 1'niversity of 1 The first bus will the nonhwest c o r a Ave. and Mil St. S. ni Who next in line? minister of education hss me letter, and the .-thbrid. ow leave r of 4th a.m. through Subscquont that coi-ner at 8. nd a.m. taking 15 min- to arrive at the univcr- am sity. Afternoon runs Tiv.-iT- will now be pvenins bus mn, at t bus leave :-iiy at p.m. A cjxiit on the fir.-i il: be Staff Writer was then in the hands of Perhaps it was a goo.i thing the deputy minister of educa- 50 Social Credit government. tion. (ii-lealcd in the Aiijais1, pro- in his ciigf. Another of iiit- Kenntxiy.s' s.onal pets is Igiry, a Iguana. The an nrlMroal liz- ard, has a iidiir in jn-an-t-non device in i'i; tail h-.1 CAN'T TM.K CAN'l WITH YOUR KIDS? YOUR PAPC-N'.V TO TIIE PROBLEMS IN rAHILY IIVING partment. Permits for 2fl smt, e-fimih residonces accounted f r ill 10 t half thiit amount. Ui II nq The largest tingle pr n t iFsncd to Magnus HcldmR 1 td fiir of n u e aparlmer.t buildinp .it l.'lh Si niui 2fth Ave. X. cost n vl iX'nt. permit? issued in- eludod: for nine du for tl 1 e M o n n o n i t-c Rrelhr; i for ad l o oi allrnitions to five Hi t 0 (Hni for repairs tu the Ilender- Lake Suimmuif; Pool. VOTE KERGAIi W. I (Bill) X FOR CITY COUNCIL WED., OCT. 13th Native Son 60 yeart resident of Lethbria'ge Retired aft-r 35 year: public service in City Adminiairation. Have the and more importan) the inter- est and to tftrve oil Any senior citiien or uny other person if who re- quires transportation on election '-cv phone me o! 327-5386. Interted by RILL KERGAN A CGA 3 SESSIONS OCTOBER 14, 21, 28-7 p.m. to 10 p.m. West Side University Room D630 of 50 recjist rations ?5.00 per par ion rnrj istrr P.O. Box .13. lothbrklrp -..M'l. "AlIhoiiRh Mif i.aler Hcai i-. an Alberta possibly Hawaii could u: nali'.r Taylor, p.vt president of in-- Tt'ASA. 'll.r b.-irrch have init runcs'de slops linviiilliimi lln1 provinoo sinee Auiliisi, from in the j nurii, lo t'outl.s ill the fouth. i "I.ltler Rear has really been aMraetmp the -garbage." said M.- Smith, "aii'i ue also see people facing pieilire.s .fiound the allraetian." rhi- I.iiii r Hears are made Asli-o I'b'Mies in ''laresliohii, LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS LTD. "V.i dm- TintKfyinT lor Ovor Yfars" 325 Sill 51. 5., lolhbridqn Plionn 327.3930 HAVE MOVED Dysigns Announce The Moving of Their Business Premises to 326 10th Street North Wo would like to thank till our For their patronage and wa looking forward to serving you in our new and expanded WE ARE THE MANUFACTURERS OF tlECTRICAL FUSTIC SIGNS Sold, Serviced and Maintained it Dccak A Crests Silk Screening Sign Writing Truck and Window Lettering Art Work and Designs Showcardi it Banners and Potferi Wood and Motal Facia Signs Gold leaf Name Platei DYSIGNS 326 10th ST. N. PHONE 327-3510 H ;