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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE October Council to consider new form of gov't council is planning to discuss alternative forms of civic administration, such as the commissioner system at its Monday night meeting Council will also officially appoint an acting city manager a post that com- services director Bob Bartlett has filled since Tom Nutting s resignation Oct 9 Both actions are indications that council will take a longer look before leaping than was ongmallv suggested when Mavor Andv Anderson said the citv manager post would be advertised immediately It has not been advertised to date Other appointments are also on the council agenda Mon- day the one-vear terms of Deputy Mavor Cam Barnes and of aldermanic appointees to various commutees and boards are up These include everything from the library board and police commission to coun- cil s land sales and housing committees In other business council has a petition from 43 residents protesting the clos- ing of 23rd St S at the Mayor Magrath Drive and 6th Ayenue intersection Council has given first reading to a bylaw that would allow the city to construct a cul de sac eliminating access from 23rd Street onto 6th Avenue at Mayor Magrath Drive The residents say such a move would inconvenience them and cause more traffic congestion at the 5th Avenue S and 23rd Street mtei sec- tion Council also has a report from Mr Bartlett suggesting consideration be given to choosing a name for the neyv North Lethbndge swimming pool Construction of the indoor pool at 15th Avenue and 19th Street N will begin next month with completion ex- pected bv the end of May, 1974 Educational TV board choice 'not anti-city9 Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Dick Gruenwald (SC Lethbndge West) was assured in the Legislature Friday that Lethbndge was not being dis- criminated against in the matter of a proposed Alberta Educational Communications Corporation board member has been named to the corporation from Lethbndge But Lou Hyndman Minister of Education told Mr Gruenwald that appointments were not made on purely a geographic basis He said the corporation would mean extending ser- vices to the Southern Alberta Educational TV Association a group of 26 school jurisdic- tions around Lethbndge The Lethbndge MLA said he did not doubt it was an ex- cellent board of directors, but could have been even better with a Lethbndge member The provincial network will create educational produc- tions for broadcast throughout the province bringing several present regional operations under one umbrella Province matches grant of for symphony Limited Time Only! 20% SAVINGS SALE On 16 Pee Starter Sets and Open Stock WEDGEWOOD OVEN TO TABLE Patterns include S erra Pennine Aquanas Capri corn Cambrian Green wood Sterling Wedgewood Tableware it your dmnerware for all oc casions durability for every day hand crafted beauty for every special happening Call China 327-5767 DOWNTOWN A City of Lethbndge grant of 000 to the Lethbndge Symphony, Association has been matched by the provin- cial government Nora Hawn chairman in charge of publicity for the association said the grants will go toward the 000 budget for 1973-74 Other funds will be raised through season ticket sales A limit of 500 season tickets are available for the five-concert series m the Yates Memorial Centre which will raise a maximum of 000 Mrs Hawn said the associa- tion is still very dependent on contributions from the public to meet the financial re quirements for the approaching season In addition to paying rents and costs for the 55-member orchestra and 70 member chorus the association provides eight scholarships annually for members West student newmen talk campus issues here Campus issues and student newspapers in Western ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz 222 5th SL S. Phone 328-4095 AIR VAC 1811 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 328-0286 POWER FURNACE CLEANING HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Bride Bookt Announcements Thank You Matches (24 Hour Service K Necessary) We provide complimentary personalized head table place cards with each order' FREE CUSTOMER PARKING__________ Canada scheduled for discussion by student newsmen todav at the Univer- sity of Lethbndge The occasion the Cana- dian University Press western region meeting which this morning entered its se- cond day Education food housing and current labor practices were issues to be considered m seminars this morning and afternoon followed by workshops and seminars on topics related to campus and professional journalism Delegates arrived Friday and will leave Sunday, the final day of the conference Discussion of the national advertising co-op which supplies campus papers with national ads, will continue Sunday SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS INSTALLED Phone 328-2176 Benevolent bus only three persons used bus on first night Bus for stranded Indians to be tried for 6 months Indians stranded in the city on weekends will now have a way to get back home informal group of court workers using funds supplied by the two Lethbndge Kiwanis clubs has organized as a six-month experiment a twice-weekh bus service yvhich will take Indians back to the Blood reserve at no charge Capt Ron Butcher the Salvation Army chaplain tothe city police and one of the organizers said in an inter- vieyv the group hopes to prove to the governmenl that such a service is necessary on a con- tinuing basis I think we II find more peo- ple using it people will know they can come into Lethbndge and not get stranded he said The group will provide one bus on Friday and Saturday nights leaving the Lethbndge Friendship Centre at 9 p m Buses will stop in Fort Macleod to pick up passengers continuing on to Standoff and Cardston Blood tribe police will take passengers from the Standoff bus stop to their homes Capt Butcher said that if ADA publication out The Alberta Department of Agriculture has recently published a new issue of its farm management manual The two-volume issue con- tains a wealth of up-to date This Week Musicland Supplies Limited MCA 8-Track Stereo Tapes Featuring This Week Elton John Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Elton John Don t Shoot Me I m a Piano Player Madman Across the Water Honky Chateau Tumbleweed Connection Elton John Tape Exchange with trade-In of your old tape. have in atock now a of for 8-track for both your and car ranging In all and Bridge Rug Drapes Now Open College Mall economic and technical facts that are set out in a series of tables designed to give the reader an immediate answer to many of the questions he may have related to agricultural production in the province the service is taken over it will probably require sub sidization Greyhound and Northern Bus Lines, he said used to run a regulanly scheduled ser- vice to the Cardston area, but the route was dropped because it was unprofitable The idea for the bus service came from Provincial Judge L W Hudson At a meeting of court workers, the group decided to solicit funding and the Kiwanis clubs agreed to sponsor the project as an ex- periment Capt Butcher said Indians can now come to the city to shop and have a way to get home at night The service will also be valuable to Indian students studying in Lethbndge who now have no way of returning home to the reserve on weekends Proprietors DEAN LOW JOHN SHEARER PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIO0 DRY CLEANING 311 eihSt Sand 1514A 9th Ave S PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 hour service tailoring blocking and leather processing pleat drapery processing E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB. LTD. 204 Medical Dental Bldg. Phone 327-6565 BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Installations OpenThurs and Fri Evenings Phone 328-0372 2716 12th S tr SUPPLIES LIMITED Corner 3rd Ave. end 13th St. Phone 327-1056 HI-PRESSURE CLEANERS WASHER PUMP UNITS 3-500-3 U S at 500 PSI condtts of CS330R 2 Pitton Pump Direct Coupled to 1 H P UOO R P M TEFC Motor. Unloadar Valve, Gauge Dampener, Surge Tank, Bypau Mounted 4 700-4 U S at 700 PSI of CS540E 4 Pulon Pump Direct Coupled to 2 H P 1800 R.P M TEFC Motor, Valve, Gauge A and Bypatt Mounted. AVAILABLE NOW AT OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 236 36 St. North Lethbrldge Phont 327-1571 or the 'OLIVER DEALER' nearest you MOVING? CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES City Scene Cadet week starts Monday About 200 cadets in the Lethbndge area will mark national cadet week (Get 21- 27) with a parade at Kenyon Armories at Lethbndge Air- port Oct 26 Cadets from the city, Fort Saddle club plans event Macleod, and Pincher Creek will participate in the parade which begins at 8 p m They will join with about cadets across Canada in celebrating cadet week There will be a fun day at the Whoop-Up Saddle Club Sunday, at 1 p m The fun day, to be held on the club grounds will include goat tying musical tires and a bareback dollar race Spec- tators are welcome, free of charge U of A awards won sary in education valued at Mary Ellen Thompson of Spring Coulee has won the Calgary Pharmaceutical Society scholarship William R Leishmann of Magrath and Elizabeth K Gray of Lethbndge have won U of A scholarships Five Lethbndge and area students have won University of Alberta matriculation awards Elaine Gaszler of Raymond has won the Amelia Lobb Memorial Bursary valued at Elinor Schneider, also of Raymond, won the MacEachran Memorial Bur- Tree deadline Nov. 1 Farmers wanting to take Lethbndge advantage of the tree give- away program from the provincial government must make application at their local district agriculturist of- fice before Nov 1 The old application deadline was March 1 in the year of delivery The earlier deadline was needed to assure that more farmers would be able to get the trees they wanted next spring district agriculturist Murray McLelland said all farmers in the Lethbndge and Warner counties wanting trees to provide shelter for farm buildings from wind and snow must also have the area to be planted inspected The inspection fee is but delivery costs and the cost of the trees will be the respon- sibility of the government Lougheed to open show A food show that includes items of commercial cooking will be officially open- ed Dec 14 at the Lethbndge Community College by Premier Peter Lougheed Several varieties of baked goods, meat, poultry and fish displays are prepared by the Commercial cooking and meat technology students at the college for public view at the annual food show Premier Lougheed was given a huge 40 pound fruit cake decorated in the shape of the province when he official- ly opened the food show two years ago All products on display will be put on auction on the even- ing of Dec 14 Certified DanUIMwhinic CLIFF BLACK. BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Uwtr livil PHONE 327-2822 MEALS ON WHEELS AT NOMINAL COST For Further Information Phone 327-7990 12 pieces crisp fried chicken 4 Corn Fritters 4 Dinner Rolls French Fries or Potato Salad Sweet and Sour Sauce DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR FOR ONLY 4 .95 JUST CALL 327-0240 or 327-2297 LOTUS INN Across from the CPR Depot ADMITTED TO ALBERTA BAR Mr. David M. Blckman. pictured on the right, ton of Mr. and Abe Blckman, wat admitted to the bar before the Honorable Mr. Justice Shannon II was a unique application balng flrtt formal application before Mr Justice Shannon, pictured In the eanlra, on hla elevation to the Bench Alto unique wat the fact that Mr David Blekman had the opportunity ol being attoclatw) wHh him serving hit arttolMhlp with him and tttoclatM It that there It no other pretldent In the Province of Alberta that would find an articling student Ming admitted by the individual, with whom had that cloMly Mr. David Blckman hit arttelmhlp Mr. Wn Snowdon. pictured on the left, formerly ol Lethbrldge, ol firm, Cook, McNIven, Egbert, and Snowdan, with whom now ateoclated. Mr. D. Blekman married to former Sonla Toronesyk ol Edmonton and thoy residing In Calgary. See Them Now The Miraculous Polaroid and the all new KODAK EKTA SOUND and projectors availatilo TERRY BLAND PHOTOGRAPHY "CARRIAGE HOUSE STUDIO COLLEGE MALL STUDIO TABER STUDIO ;