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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta CALIFORNIA 16 DAYS-SEVERAL DEPARTURES S263.5O EACH [DOUBLE OCCUPANCY) For bookings and further Information conKid: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALI PHONE 328-3201 The LctHlnidgc Herald SECOND SECTION LotSibrklge, Alberta, Saturday, October 21, 1972 J'AGES 17 TO M NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 41h AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 Now Arriving: THE NEW EUROPEAN FALL EYE FASHIONS for 1973 26 walk for women with problems Twenty six persons partici- pated in a H-milo walkathon this morning to raise money (or a proposed rehabilitation cen- tre for women with drug and alcohol problems. Tlie walkathon was sponsor- ed by the Kosalta House Com-1 iiiitteo, a group of 10 volun- teers, to raise money for the Rosalia House in Lcthbridge. The walk, -starting and ending at the Civic Sports Centre, was a tour of the city. The first walker left at a.m. The committee needs to raise The estimated operating expenses for I he year are and the governmen' will pay the rest if the committee can raise 25 per cent of the money. According to Donna Keewa- tin, a committee member, the movement for (he Kosalta House started 1'j years ago and lias so tar raised only SI, OCO. "People don't realize the importance of a facility for women with drug unU alcohol she said. Jobless teachers increase The number of jobless teach- ers in Alberta is continuing to rise, according to figures com- piled by the Alberta Teachers Association. The results of a survey con- ducted earlier this month the ATA show 279 teachers oul of work in the province com. pared with 20S in 1971 and 200 in 1070. Tire survey was conducted placing newspaper advertise- ments throughout the province asking out-of-work teachers tt submit their names to the ATA Contractor will pay city damages A recommendation that the city accept in damages fro'm the secondary sewage treatment plant contractor will considered by city council MoncVay. The damages are to cover] I the supervision costs beyond specified completion date of the project. The plant was to have been finished in September, but was not in operation until January of this year. per-day charge against the con- tractor, Laing Construction, for lime involved in construction beyond the original completion Seminars planned i. on curriculums A seminar series in curricul-1 education, University of Mon- um and innovations in educa-1 tana, will deal with "role of the RIBBON CUT Highways minister Clarence Copi- thorne (second from right) cuts the ribbon to open the new AMA Building Friday. Assisting him are (from left to right) Alberta Motor Association president B. A. J. Smith, Lethbridge branch chairman F. T. King and Mayor Andy Anderson, Motor association has come a long way in 46 years By MARLENE COOKSHAW Herald Slalf Writer The Alberta Motor Associa- tion has come a long way since the first memberships were sold in 192G, when it was form- ed by the union of the Calgary rand I Clubs. Edmonton Automobile Coulee skiing fnot impossible Skiing In the coulees? Impos sible. Not so, according to Roger McAdaras, a University of Lethbndge physical education student. He plans to establish a ski slope and rope tow on the west side of the coulees SiVULEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS S110 INSTALLED Phone 328-2176 nith of the university. He is lort 300 yards of rope, a lo! snow and the university pres- [ent's permission, however. Mr. McAdams docs have the ccessary winch and motor aneen unsuccessful here becaus if the low humidity, Fred Wcath erup, Mr. Enerson's brother-in aw says. New methods hav jecn introduced, however, an could be used here, he said. Mr. McAdams will depend o natural snow and the help local skiers to pack it. AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES Then the number of cars in Ibcrta were counted in the mdreds. Today, tlie AMA, AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd. For the best buy in year.round Comfort Phone 327-5816 ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schworti Bldg. 222 5lh St. S. Phono 328-4095 on-profit organization, h a s members, who drive iO.OOO cars. I-ethbridge joined the organ- ;ation, headed by founder harles Grant, in'1927, and by uly, 1928, was operating campaign with the ope of soliciting up to tembers. The AMA for southern Allierta irst worked out of the board f trade office (now the Cham- of Commerce) located Gait Gardens now stands. Its first project was erecting road markers and numbering ughways, which were at Hie time identified through color- coding only. The AMA still con- tinues the road-signing service on municipal and district roads upon request. ADDED Services In other areas were gradually added, the driver iraining courses for example being incorporated in IMS in the southern Alberta branch. The AMA offers young adult and adult courses, and ill-car training on a Icsson-by-lesson basis. The defensive driving program is recognized by tin provincial government, a n motorists completing the coiirsi are eligible for the removal o two demerits from their rlriv ing record. Since the school patrol patro inception in Lethbridge in 1957 there has never been a fatalit; where patrols were on duty, t 400 attend Hawaiian evening More than 400 persons alien eel the Hawaiian. Evening Sven Erickscn's Family Re.c lurant Friday night, staged I lie Alberta Motor Associatic as part of ils official openii program of its new building. Films on Hawaii were and Hvc cnlcrtainmenl was pr Funhirds of Alof dircclly from Honolulu. similar record stands for all olhcr patrol centres in Alberta. There are more than school patrol members equip- ped, educated and supervised by the AMA. A major step in the AMA's development was the addition of an auto insurance policy in This lias since developed to include personal accident insur- lion begins Oct. 24, at the Uni- versity of Lethbridge. The six-part evening sessions are sponsored by the U of L faculty of education public ser- vice program. The first presentation in the series, scheduled for Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. in room B-740 at the U of L, features Dr. G. H. Bevan, director of curriculum and in- struction with the Lethbridge chool district, as guest speak- er. Dr. Bevan will speak to the topic, "Systems approach and behavioral objectives in curri- culum planning." Other presentations in tlie iries include the "Role of the province in curriculum develop- ment" by Dr. E. A. Torgunrud director of curriculum for the department of education in Ed Clarence Copithonie, Alberta mof.on; "Role of the regiona minister of highways and trans- office in curriculum develop- porl, officially opened the new ment" by 9. Fadum, for th date. The initial assessment Tlie contract called for a j was S-S0.200 but the contractor disagreed. 1 City Manager Tom Nutting recomnicmlc-d the lower figure be accepted liccause the court costs and lime delays involved i in litigation will "eat up much j of the additional assessment." van LAW Tiie controversial dog bylaw will also before council with several revisions. The licence fee for dogs, male or female, has been adjusted to opeiis lYI A j. AMA Building Friday. Lethbridge I regional 'office, department o education, Lethbndge; "Rol of the education consult arit i Also present at the cere- 1 curriculum development" by V> mony, attended by 100 persons, consultant, regiooa EAT 12 of Sunshine Alberta Fried Chicken 4 Corn Fritters French Fries 4 Dinner Sweat end Sour Sauce DELIVERY TO YOUR DOOR ONLY A.25 JUST CAU 327-0240 OR 327-2297 Open Weekday! 7 a.m. LOTUS Across From The CPR Depot 2 a.m. Sunctays 11 a.m. 9 p.m. ice, homeowner's insurance nd a "365" policy for AMA embers and families. The association has become e second largest underwriter the province. Tlie World Travel Service was corporated in 1967, and Ihe MA refers to it as "a com- .ete travel agency." As well as providing informa- on, and. travel guides, the were Bob Dowling, minister for'the department of cody problem. Dr. Larry Kot- kas, Lethbridge psychiatrist. vill be the speaker. 3 injured slightly in accident Three minor injuries and SCO damage resulted from a two-ear collision at the inter- section of 3rd Ave. and 15th SI. S. at a.m. today. Police identified the drivers of the cars involved as Wayne Robert Kemmet, 18, of Turin, and David Coolirjge, 16, of 421 2Cth St. S. Coolidge and two passengers in his car, Nancy Allison and Kevin Mooney of Lethbridge, were slightly injured. Cpolidge did not require hospitalizatlon. Damage to the Kemmet vehicle was and to the Coolidge vehicle Don't forget about the birds this winterl Shop Hoyt's For PLASTIC BIRD FEEDERS CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 Also Availabls 10 IB. SACKS BIRD SEED Call Hardware 327-5767 THE DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE DOWNTOWN Announcing A new service now available at Hoyt'sl FREE Self Service Tube Testing Guaranteed TV or radio lubt also available at LOW, LOW We invifft you to t new service! Call Appliances 327-5767 APPLIANCE DEPT. 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Lethbridge ANNOUNCES THAT THE CITIZENS COURT, CALGARY has moved to 335 8th AVE. S.W., CALGARY (Royal Bonk Building) Telephone 262-7737 (Moiling Code T2P 1C9) 1 WAS IN EUROPE A FEW DAYS AGO INFLATION? UNEMPLOYMENT? We in Canada don't know what they are! This is the best country in the world. VOTE (liberal) And Keen it that way! "SVEN" ERICKSiN PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6lh SI. S. and 15I4A 9lh Ave.S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-777T hour scrvfce Expert tailoring blocking and leather processing Pcrfccr pleat drapery processing Just Arrived! The most beautiful SOLID AMERICAK WALNUT FRAMES you have ever sean in 3x5, 5x7 and 8x1O liiei Also SUGAR PINE FRAMES i.Tiported direct from Mexico in 11x14, 16x20, 20x24 and 30x40 liies SEND A LITHE EXTRA HOLIDAY LOVE WITH PORTRAIT GREETING CARDS Make your appointment nowl Christmas Portrait Specials for Everyone Just phone 327-2073 327-256S one! at TABER 223-2402 MAKE NO MISTAKEI You know the but address 1224 3rd Avc. Soulh Opposite the Elks Ciub ;