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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Art Williams Travel INVITES YOU TO HAWAIIAN DAYS CENTER VILLAGE MALL Oct. 26, 27, 28 The letlibtidge Herald SECOND SECTION LclhbriOgc, Albcrla, Thursday, October 26, 1972 PAGES 15 TO 30 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. lOt PROFESSIONAL BIDG. 740 1th AVE. 5. PHONE 328-7121 Now Arriving: THE NEW EUROPEAN FALL EYE FASHIONS for 1973 Winter steals into city 011 snow storm Severe winter weather was pushed into the Lcthlmdgc area early this morning. By 8 a.m. about three inches 01 snow were already on the f'round. It began snowing about 2 a.m. and was expected to con- tinue until late tonight or early Friday morning. The weather office is calling (or a total of possibly five or six inches in the Letlibridge ;rca. Tile overnight low tonight wil' drop to the !5-degrce mark. Friday will he sunny but coo v.-itli temperatures reaching thi 30-35 degree range. The heavy wet snow causet a number of power failure ttr.-oughout Hie city. The weath er office at Ihe airport had foil: outages by 0 a.m. Lavcock liis work A wide-ranging collection artwork by a former southsr Albertan, will open to the pub- lic at p.m. Friday in The Art Studio on Fifth Avenue. Brent R. Laycock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Laycock, at- tended Raymond High School anit was a member of the Letlibridge Sketch Club. He recently graduated with honors and a bachelor's degree in fine' arts from Brigham Ymmg University. His exhibition in Lethbridge includes approximately 80 paint- ings, drawings and prints, in watercolor, acrylics, pen and ink, pencil, oils, wax crayon anrl charcoal. A collection of nine silkscreen prints on music, his theme to- wards his degree at BYU, is part of the show. All of the works are for sale, at prices ranging from to Mr. Laycock will be pres- ent at the opening Friday eve- ning. The exhibit will be open to the public unlil Nov. 15. SHIPBUILDING really. What appears to be the superstructure for an ocean-going vessel is actually construction of one of two grain silos for Interna- tional Distillers Canada Ltd. SI 2-million distillery devel- opment in northeast Leihbridge. Project superintendent Igor Bikov said construction is en schedule with comple- tion of the initial development scheduled for the end of August, 1973. lerapy E_ J Is 'men The centralized pliysiothora- py department at the Lcth- hridgc Municipal H o s p ital, which merges the LMIl and Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital physiotherapy dep a r tments, will begin operation by the end of next month. The merger and accompany- ing renovation which cost 000 and will provide square feet of additional spnce, were reported at Wed nesda y night's monthly meeting of the Lcfhbriclgc General anil Aiixil-1 iary Hospital and Nursing Home District board. Joan Deekcn, who is in charge of Ihe LAH physiothera- py department, has been ap- pointed chief physiotherapist for Ihn merged department, hospital district administrator Andy Antlreachuk said. Th s board expressed preciation over (1 o n a t ions, totalling toward the cen- tralized physiotherapy depart- navy are SMI LEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phono 328-2176 CLIFF BLACK, Cerlified Denial Mechanic 81ACK DENTAL LAE MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 Fourteen of the Tlie 14 hoys who successfully bridge Navy League CadcL I passed Iheir promotional exam- Corps received promotion cer- j inations included five from or- tiflcates at Wednesday night's weekly parade, which also marked the departure of Keith Lees as its commanding offi- cer. Bruce Field, the new com- manding officer or the 3G-mem- ber corps, open to boys be- tween 11 and 13 years of age, presided over ihe parade aboard the simulated vessel "Chinook1 near the Lefhbridgc Auxiliary Hospital. COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 dinary cadets to able cadets, seven able cadets to leading cadets, and two leading cadets to petty officers. Pat Ruttcn, the Navy L gue's training officer in Leih- bridge, said the hoys join the corps as ordinary cadets and subsequent promotions upon passing examinations lead to orderly cadets, able cadets, leading cadets and petty offi- cers. T] ic Navy Lea guc Cad el Corps is sponsored by the Nav> League of Canada's Lcthbridge branch, an organization of vol unteers include Roya' Canadian Navy veterans, to provide sea-oriented training to liovs. ment from the Association oE United Ukrainian Canadians, the Wilson White Community Club and the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Also discussed at (he meeting was ttie parking situation on hospital properties. A sum- mary of parking enforcements by Calgary pnd Edmonton hos- litals given to board mera- >ers for information. In the meantime, Mr. Andreachuk vas directed to continue his discussions with city officials on how to clear the driveways of unauthorized parking. The board approved a paint- ing rotation schedule for the NMH. The administration said the painting program is to up- grade the appearance of the in slitution which should in turn 'improve both patient and em- ployee morale." A presentation from the He tiabilitation Society of Leth bridge was made to the board by Dave Stockham, managing director of the society's work shop. Mr. Stockman outlinec the society's plans to increasi its sheltered workshop capactt) from 20 to BO, and the boart expressed support in referrin LMH, LAH and Southlan- Nursing Home patients wh wish to join the workshop. A meeting between boan members and Taber repre- sentatives, who are seeking nursing home in their comniun ity, was reported to the boart which reaffirmed its positio that nursing home beds shoul be developed, if priorities pei mil, in surrounding commun ities. Voters list revised Speed' causes society drop-outs By JIAUGENEDER Herald Staff Writer Speed causes society drop- uts. And the speed isn't the oft- mentioned drug culture, says .Iberia's Ombudsman George McClellan it's society's rapid iace of lechnological develop- ment. The drop-outs aren't only oungslcrs. They include old PUT Fetiluring "THE SUNSET 4" 8 TO 12 P.M. NO COVER CHARGE IM THC OIT> TflAOlTtOK OF WESTERN PHONE 328-7756 FOR RESERVATIONS (HE'S [m EXPENSE VI CHtCK the birthdays anniversaries ccming up, Ihen irop at McCready- Bames for iho e liumorcus and unique greeting cards ID fit tlie occasion. Tiie revised voters list shows eligible voters in the jCthbridge federal riding. The final list is up from the reliminary list which showed eligible voters following numeration the second week in eplember. The final list lias included [lose added during revision. The number of voters is up ibout 20 per cent from the 224 eligible voters In the lasl election in 1968. The total count may be slight y higher because people livinp outside the city who were missed on tlie voters list can still be sworn in at hie polling station on voting day Monday. However, the number missed is expected to be small. The number of eligible voter. :his year, compared with 186: in brackets, follows: in the cit> of Lethhridge outside the city for a total of oli gible voters. KILL There are four animal slaugl ter houses in Lethbridge killin about cattle per week Trailer fee i collection discussed The provincial government will be asked to enact legisla- tion to provide for a more effi- cient method of collecting to him. mobile home licence lees. The Albcrla Urban Municipal- ities Association passed a reso- lution Wednesday calling for such legislation because of dif- ficulties encountered by muni- cipalities in collecting some fees. A councillor from Drayton Valley, the town submitting the resolution, said the only way fees could bo collected in the last four months was by "leg- work, bluff and coercion." He uggKrted (lie province could rovide legislation which could 3 more efficiently enforced. Opposition to the resolution ame from Norm Crawford ol MacMurray. Mr. Crawford aid mobile home owners should lot be prosecuted for not pay- ng their fees any more than jropcrly owners should be pros- ecuted 'for not paying their axes. A resolution on the same sub- ect, from Ponoka, called for people and the semi-educated, i Hectic changes have resulted in loneliness which causes those who can't cope with it to tfrop out. It is many of these people that contact the office of the ombudsman with various prob- lems, he said. Because the ombudsman only has jurisdiction to act in mat- ters v.'hich concern the prov- ince directly, at least 40 per cent of Hie aoo or more com- plaints directed at his office already this year aren't valid. However, Mr. McClellan, spi'aking to the Southern Al- berta Council on Public Affairs I Wednesday, said all complaints j are thoroughly looked at. Before the ombudsman be- j gins a complete investigation 1 cf a legitimate complaint, the complainant must have ex- hausted all channels open It is witliin the ombudsman's power to make legislative change recommendations. For the past two he lias been pressing the govern' ment to post signs at prisons and mental health hospitals to state any inmate can write to the ombudsman without any censorship. Although there is "enthusias- tic" and unarimo'is legsilativa agreement for the sign posting, nothing has yet been done He said, no incoming or out- going institution mail from or to the ombudsman has yet been censored. Anyone with a complaint in- volving the provincial govern- ment, having exhausted all oth- er channels, is invited to list his or her written complaint with the ombudsman. The address is 729 Centennial i Building, Edmonton. he licence fee collection to be aken over by the province witti .he municipalities claiming :heir share of the revenues. That resolution was defeated ASYA man has heart attack Bruce Hamsay, of Edmonton executive secretary of the A beria Summer Villages Assoc alion, is in satisfactory cond tion in the Lethbridge Mimic pal Hospital following a hear attack he suffered here Wed nesday. Mr. Ramsay approached microphone on the floor of th AUMA convention to speak a resolution when he collapse< He was attended by two do tors at the convention and rus! ed to hospital, where is is ua der intensive care. Lethbridge constil'uency -tenant board is urged The LelliVidge Community jervices Advisory Committee ecom mended Wednesday that ity council should establish a jndlord-fenant advisory board s provided for by the Alberta -andlord and Tenant Act. The committee made the rec- mmendation at its monthly nesting after reviewing a brief nbmitted by the landlord and enant steering committee, vhich Is made up of Tony To- nn, the city's coordinator of ocial planning, and Wendy Rasmussen and Wayne Clark, student advisors at the bridgo Community College, The brief pointed out that Letlibridge is the only major city in Alberta which does not advis def mite need for its establishmeni lave a landlord-tenant ory board and there to inform landlords and ten- nts of their respective rights nd to mediate disputes which arise" between them. It said over 50 per cent of he city's residents are renting accomodations, and rents charged In Lethbridge 'are extremely high compared :o other Alberta cities." The committee's recommen- dation said (lie landlord-tenant advisory board should consist of five volunteer members o( the citizenry and a paid sec- retary. The brief said in the absence of such a board, landlords are making up the rules and if the proposed board is to be ef- fective "the board needs addi- tional strength within their framework to mediate disputes by requiring that people involv- ed must attend hearings." Where they are Keith Hancock, Social Credit. I vassing in Letlibridge this even- canvassing this evening and Friday morning in Lethbridge. At a.m. Friday speaking to students at Lothbridge Col- egiate Institute. Friday after- noon canvassing in tlie Card- ston area and Friday evening in Lcthbridge. Hal Hoffman, Js'cw Dcmo- canvassing in Letlibridge this evening and Friday. Ken Ilnrlburt, Conservative, in Lcthbridge this evening and Friday morning. Friday after- in Fort Macleod. At S p.m. at Ihe Hungarian Harvest Rail, r.t tlu' Olcilimer's Club. 410 2nd Avc. S. A 4 Andv Jinsscll. Liberal, fan- In Diamond City and Ehaughncssy Friday morning and in Lethbridge the remain- der of the day. A WARM LETHBRIDGE WELCOME To the Mayors and CouneiE- fors from across the province alt en ding the 66lh annual ALBERTA URBAN MUNICIPALITIES ASSOCIATION CONVENTION May all your deliberations prove successful FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 SI. S. Pfions 328-4095 1973 Seasonal Products Have Arrived! We have a Comptcle Supply of 1973 Seasonal Produdi Including: CALENDAR STANDS AND REFILLS CALENDAR PADS WEEK AT A GLANCE DIARIES, DATEBOOKS AND DAILY JOURNALS CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 322 6lh Sired, S., Lelhbridga SPECIAL! WESTBEND STAIN RESISTANT SERVING OVENS Very colorful with aluminum bail'et insert. To heal and keep foods warm- Gives bun? and dinner rolli and oven fresh flavor. Colors Harvest Gold, Poppy, Ava and Alum. Regular 6.98 5OO _nn IWW Call Housewaret 327-5767 DOWNTOWN JEWELLERY LTD. Presenls "THE DAY YOU BUY A DIAMOND" The family history of Diamond itself begins in India, somelime between 800 and 600 B.C., when diamond mininci become an industry. For 2000 years Inriia yielded all the diamonds known, includ- ing the 1ne Orloff, Hie Hope, end oth- er lamfjus slones. Ar first ihe gems were used mniniy in rnynl and religious regalFo, ceremon- ial swords, chains of of- fice, scopiers were oil set with diamonds. Abdul the }5m Century, queens and courf Indies in Europe mado them the fashion in jewel lory. Diamonds bo- came an important pan of nolional treasuries. With money raided an thefr dia- monds, could" levy ond equip Iroops ond re- ward faithful servants. Fintf out more about Diamonds by getting your Free Booklet "The Day You Buy A Diamond" JEWELLERY LTD. COLLFGE MAtL KIRK'S UNIROYAL TIRE OFFER ND TIRE HALF PRICE When yru buy first tire at manufacturer's print- ed price. Wide 78 Series Tread Quick Sure Traction Whisper Quiet Full 4 Ply Nylon MJ UNIRDYAL CREDIT PLAN AVAILABLE AT USUAL RATES! LETHBRIDGE-162I 3rd Avc. Phono 327-5985 or 327-4705 "lc TABER, Alta.-620I 50th Avc.______________ Phone 223-3441 CHARGEX FERNIf, B.C.-Phone 423-7746 ;