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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta CALIFORNIA 16 DAYS- SEVERAL DEPARTURES EACH (DOUBLE OCCUPANCY) For bookings and furlhor information conwcti ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Lcthbridgc Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, October 20, 1972 PAGES 15 TO 28 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BIDS. 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 Now Arriving: THE NEW EUROPEAN FALl EYE FASHIONS for 1973 Helicopter ambulance Emergency service plan under studv for district By GREG MCINTYllE Herald Staff Writer A central dispatch station and an air ambulance have been suggested to local officials studying ways to better co-or- dinate fire, ambulance a nil po- lice services in southwest Albcr- la. The study group will meet again in a month and will in- corporate into Ils plans a study of emergency services to be completed by the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission by the end of HIP. year. A report of the first meeting of the emergency service study Grant applications less than last vear A number of local homeown- ers have not applied for their 1972 property lax discounts, the assessment department reports, and time is running out! So far this year, per- sons have applied for homeown- er grants "but there are still many who have not, a city hall spokesman said. Thcy have until Dec. 31 to apply aEter which they will not be eligible for tliis year's grant. Last ye ar, homeowner grants were issued. "People are always complain- in g about high taxes. Here they are offered a discount am many people don't bother ap plying for the spokesman said. Before 1971, property had two years lo apply foi their grant. Now, only one Is ei llowed Ini I pr operty taxe. need not have been paid fo the applicant to receive his dis count. Persons who have not appliet for their 1970 grant can still d RELIEVES GAS PAINS 1970 DATSUN 510 4 DOOR Low milepga 7971 VW DELUXE Gas Heater. 1968 DATSUN PICKUP ew valvcj I? 1050 RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. PORCHE, AUDI 3rd Ave. and 14lh St. S. Salei 328-4539 J 5 until Dec. 31. However, If on missed out in 1971, you are longer eligible. Persons who bought and oc- upicd their house after Sept. 1 this year nre also out of luck. ou must have lived in your ouse for 120 days before you eligible for a grant. If application cards have jeen misplaced, more arc variable at city hall. Grants totalling have teen issued to Lethbridge lomeowners this year. Remanded Gerard Garlyle Bjerke, a 36- year old bartender charged with the attempted murder of a 24 year old woman, appear- ed in magistrate's court today and was remanded until Tues- day. Bjerke, of 652 llth St., was charged with an alleged at- tempt on Helen Redgrovc's life last Sunday. Grave stones lo be removed group was made Thursday to tlie County of coun- cil. Involved at the preliminary meeting were the county, the city of Lcthliridge, the OHRPC, Lethlridge Municipal Hospital, St. Michael's Hospital and the medical profession. The report said the city of Lethbridge paid to have two amljulances on standby 24 hours a day last year, yet col- lected only in service charges. City Manager Tom Nutting has suggested ambulance ser- vice in the region he tied in with hospitals and the cost to users possibly included in Al- berta Health Care coverage. HELICOPTER The report said a helicopter might possibly be available in southwest Alberta to take pa- tients to hospitals in Leth- bridge, Calgary or Edmonton. Representatives of (he two hospitals in Lethbridge prom- ised to look into ttie feasibilitj of such an air ambulance anc report back to the study group said the report. Mr. Nutting noted thai the city of Calgary pays a day, or a year to op- erate ambulance services, DISTRICT All ambulances and firelight- ing equipment in southwest Al- berta should be co-ordinated into some form of "emergency ser- vice said the report. In this way an ambulance at Coaldale, for instance, could be on standby to cover for an ambulance dispatched from Lethbridge into the rural area. The RCMP is currently cen- tralizing police service, closing offices in small centres in favor of larger more regional offices. At the Lcthbridge County meeting, Councillor John Murray suggested the county might purchase fire trucks and ambulances and station them in various communities as part of a regional plan. Removal of neglected and damaged stones and covers in Block E of St. Patrick's Ceme- tery begins Monday. A complete revision of the by- law pertaining to cemeteries' is underway to more closely con- trol the care of gravestones. Some changes could come in the times artificial flowers will be allowed at gravesites. Now, artificial flowers can be placed on graves between Oct. I and April 30, but not during the summer months. LEROY'S PLUMBING GASFITTING SERVICE WORK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE 328.8403 Methods tested Schools 20 years behind real learning concepts It will lake schools from !0 to 20 years to fall into line with what modern research says schools should be doing, says Reg Turner, former principal of Winston Churchill High School in Lethhrtf-ge. Mr. Turner, speaking to the regular meeting of the South- ern Alberta Council on Public Affiars Thursday, said the changes advocated by research are not radical. "I'm not talking about revo- lutionary he said. "These concepts have been re- searched and tested." SEVERAL CONCEPTS Mr. Turner suggested sever- al conceals, which have already been practiced in some schools, should be applied across the board'. Inquiry and discovery as method of learning heads bis list of priorities followed by continuous learning, appropri- ate placement (where the stu- dent is tested before entering a course to find out how much they already know) and inde- pendent study. Several other concepts such as team teaching, multi-group instruction and optional atten- dance are further down on the list. BREATH OF LIFE The inquiry and discovery method "is a breath of life our school system needs. "Real learning is what the individual student thinks about said Mr. Turner. "You face them with a prob- lem, they find the answer and come back with a conclusion." He said someone in Edmon- ton or in the school board of- fice should not have the right to determine the activities of a student and what the results of those activities should be. Commenting on the contro- versial question of examina- tions, the public school trustee said he is opposed to dropping them entirely because it would allow certain teachers to high marks to co-operative stu- dents and poor marks to "troublemakers." Mr. Turner said if the public wants changes in education, It should know in v.'hich directions those changes should go and- then put pressure on educators to implement the new ideas. Oliver planning project New premises for Oliver In- dustrial Supply Ltd., worth an estimated are plan- ned for construction during the ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Bldg. 222 5lh St. S. Phone 328-4095 6 remanded Six young men charged with illegal possession of marijuana appeared in provincial judge's court today and were remand- ed until next Friday pending pre sentencing reports. The six were charged with Il- legal possession of an undis- closed amount of marijuana when the RCMP searched a residential iiouse at 836 20th St. N. shortly after midnight last Monday. Three who pleaded guilty were: Ross Albert Allsop, 19, student, 1123 12th St. B S.; Francis Ross Aitken, 19, Jani- lor, 536 20th St. N.; Donald Douglas Casscll, 19, student, 2125 18lh Ave. S. Three who pleaded not guilty wore: William Ray Aldous, 21, laborer, 530 Zfllh St. N.; Dale Andrpw Solvey, 19, student, 1212 12th St. B N.; Brian Lee Fuller, 19, roofer, 2833 1511] Ave. S. SANDLOT SIDEWINDER Unscathed by the recent wave of hockey-mania that swept the country in the wake of the Canada-Russia series, Donald Groves, 3, of 455 19th St. N., remains true to that great sport base- ball. Although not related to former American league pitching star Lefty Grove, it's a good bet Donald will be scouting the 1972 World Series between Oakland and Cincinnali for a refinement lo change-of-pace base- boll. Rick Ervin Photo School study results ready by next week Show home crowds dwindling The 1972 show home display at Lakchill Cres. has attracted .housands of persons, Keith Bickerton says, and should draw several hundred more be- tween now and the end of the showing Sunday. The crowds have dwindled (o about 500 persons per day, Mr. Bickerton said, firing indivi- duals a better opportunity to closely inspect the seven shov, homes. People were forced to rush through the houses last week- end because of the crowds, he said. The shov: homes are open daily from 2 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. Lakchill Cres. is located one block noi-th and east of Collegi Mall. inter on nine acres in the new idustrial park. Tenders will he received until 4 p.m. Nov 1 for a ccm- ractor to build a new wars- and office building for (liver Industrial at 226 30th St. f., the present site of the irr- ;aiion division. Dorin Berlando, Oliver man- ager, said the company has out- rown its present building oti .tafford Dr. and is looking to he new site to allow for a con- tinuation of the present rate of ;rowth over the next (iv e -ears. The ruling of additional staff- is not immediately anticipated. Architects for the new com- x are Saxby and Pokorny of Calgary. Oliver Industrial Supply, for- merly Oliver Chemical, whole- sales agricultural and industri- al service items, farm equip- ment and formulates and dis- tributes herbicides. HALL This 50-walt lead set-up provides an extremely exciting sound, and is be- coming increasing- ly popular with many famous 'groups'. MUSICLAND SUPPLIES LTD. 1289 3rd AVE.S., IETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-1056 County looking at city hall The County of Lethbridge will' look into other alternatives be- fore considering rental of city hall. City administration is think- ing of a new city hall, possibly as part of a major redevelop- ment scheme proposed for the PHARMACY FACTS FROM O. C. STUBBS What is the test tiling lo clean eye glass lenses and which is the best (o use? We carry the eye glass clean ing fluids containing an alco- holic solution w h 1 c h remove, dirt ami spots. Wo also have the s i1iconc treated papers that arc good, buthc care- ful not to use either of these if your lenses Inivo ircen coated with non-reflective material. You'll probably be surprised to have me (ell you that good or- dinary hand soap and water docs the job effectively. But, be sure to use a mild hand soap. Stay away from abrasive soaps of any kind for this type of cleansing. We're glad fo furn- ish you with nny of these pro- ducts. The choice as always is yours. Friendly, appreciative ser- vice? You can always be sure of it here at your friejirly phar- macy (Slubbs, of We're always glad to see and of service to you here at J506 Oth Ave. S. Open daily a.m. to p.m. Sundays find Holidays 12 west end of downtown. City manager Tom Nutting has offered city hall to the county, possibly on a rental basis. County council Thursday, however, felt (he cost of the city hall building on 4th Ave. S. might be to expensive. On a motion by Councillor Otto Wobick. the counly decided to investigate expansion of its present building on 13th St. S., just north of 3rd Ave. A report of a -meeting be- tween counly officials and Mr. Nulling said "Mr. Nutting sug- gested that if the county were interested in (citj hall) Ihat city council would hive lo state the value and would pre- pared perhaps to lease on a long-term basis to the county." City hall has been appraised at for the building and for the land and sur- rounding services, said the county report. "In any event Mr. Nutting said that he would send an offi- cial letter on this matter and we could deal with it from that said the report. County council felt its cur- rent premises are becoming too small and the location adequate parking. lacks The Lelhbridge public school board should know within the next week what people want from their schools. Atout questionnaires filled out by the general public and selected groups arc now being analyzed through the computer facilities at the Uni- versity of Lethbridge. Dr. 0. P. Larson, superinten- dent of Lethbridge public schools, said results the ques- tionnaire should be available within a week to 10 days. 'The response met our expec- tation and it will make the re- sults he said. The distributer! questionnaires to special Inter- est groups such as teachers, students and university and col- lege personnel nidi an 85 per cent response. Of the short question- naires distributed to a cross- section of the general public, were completed and re- turned. Dr. Larson said the school district was hoping for a public response of completed questionnaires. The questionnnaire was de- signed lo gauge opinion on wha the schools should be doing to 500 SPECIMENS The Stewart Game Farm has more than 500 specimens on the 180-acre site south of Leth- bridge. Murder hearing in second clay The non-capital murder pre- iminary hearing of David Wil- iam Threinen, 24, of Leth- >ridge, is in its second day to- day. Some 30 witnesses and 50 ex- hibits are expected lo be enter- ed at the closed-door hearing. Threinen has been charged In (lie death of Angela Huemer, 1G, of Lcthbridge, whose body was Discovered by a farmer in the Park Lake district July 14. She had been missing for about two weeks. meet public needs and expccta tions. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAl BIDG. lower Level PHONE 327-2822 SAVE ON HEATING BILLS1 Install a KLEEN FURNACE FILTER Available in alt popular sixes, alt jusl fluih with warm waler and re-coat with R. P. Super Filter Coal. ALSO AVAILABLE AT HOYT'S Call Hardware 327-5767 DOWNTOWN iSiep Into Fall No foul play iii fatality A coroner's jury found Thurs- day that Wilfred 43, of Coaldale, died as a result of an explosion of I he truck lie was driving on Highway 3 near Bur- mis at a.m. last May 5, Tho jury expressed no con- trary opinions Eo chief coroner for Alberta Dr, Max Cantor's summary of evidence which said Bohner was burned to dealh in iho explosion which occurred afk-r the truck hit n telephone pole, and there was SUNDAY IS FAMILY PAY at ERICKSEN'S (SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU) EXCELLENT FOOD ic GRACIOUS SERVICE bolh Ingredients for relaxed and enjoyable diningi DINNER MUSIC 6 to 8 p.m. Phone 328-7756 for Reservations ou. SHOES ;