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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THI LETHMIDGE HERALD Friday, October 30, 1970 Drivers Take Off Following Accidents Lethbridge city police are looking for the drivers of two1 cars involved in separate acci- dents early Friday causing 000 damage. A ear believed, driven by Justin Shade of no known ad- dress failed to negotiate a turn In the 700 block on Scenic Drive shortly before a.m., upset, and roiled 41 feet. A passing motorist took Shade and passenger Carey Weasl Fat tu hospital. Weasle Fat re- ceived bruises to the legs an thighs. Shade disappears Damage is estimated at ?300 Damage totalled an estimal ed when a parked ca owned by Gordon M. Kroeker 1039 13th St. S'., was hit by a car which then left the scene An anti-freeze leak bielped police locate a car at 20th St between 13th and 14Ui Ave. S which is thought to have been involved in the accident. Extensive damage was done to the front end of the abandon ed car and it appears as though the motor seized. The accident occurred about a.m. in the 1300 block on 10th Ave. A S. Chambers To Talk With Cabinet Six members of the Leth- bridge Chamber .of Commerce will attend the Alberta cham- ber annual cabinet presentation meeting in Edmonton Monday and Tuesday. Alberta chamber policy deci- lioos on pollution, the rural- urban picture, petroleum and taxation will be presented to Premier Harry Strom and his cabinet Tuesday. Areas not covered with the cabinet will be dealt with by individual committees and cab- inet members during the year. Lethbridge chamber presi- dent Morley Tanner, vice-presi- dent Terry Bland, education committee chairman John Fildes, Lethbridge zone director Doug Sutherland, Alberta chamber director Jack Lakie and Lethbridge chamber man- ager Wilf Bowns will attend the meeting, starting Monday with an Alberta chamber education meeting. The education meeting will view trends in philosophy of educationists and the spiralling costs. City Coaldale, Official Okay On Sewer Funds Formal approval of a 667 Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation loan for Lethbridge's secondary sewage treatment plant was vuwunced in Ottawa today. The 20-year loan will cover less than half the cost of the million facilities. Financing arrangements for about the remainder have been made. However a report last month by Allister Findlay, the city's finance director, indi- cated there was yet to be financed. Mr. Findlay's report said this amount could be financed through the Alberta Municipal Financing Corporation. The city has also received assurance from CMHC more funds, which A DONATION to the Lethbridge Association for the Retarded was made Thursday by the Alberta Orange Foundation for Children. Jim Stead, left, executive member of the foundation, makes the presentation, in conjunction with Mrs. Phyllis Mc- Kerrow, centre, past-mistress of the Victoria Orange Lodge. Mrs. Emerald Schoepp ac- cepts the funds for the association. The money will be used in a preschool program for handicapped children. South River Flows Not Critical Today The situation that prompted :he Oldman River Regional Planning Commission resolu- Jon asking for increased mini- mum flows in four southern Al- >erta rivers is not a "critical condition" today, according to he commission's executive di- Erwin Adderley, ORRPC ex- ecutive director, said the com- mission has no particular quar- rel with the supply of water at the present time. There was, he said, a need to set new minimum standards tiat would be used in planning or future needs. The resolution itself says "the present water management prp- !ram within the Region is jrovidirig inadequate flows at various times for non irriga- :on purposes in much of the legion." Mr. Adderley said according o figures he had seen, the flow the 01 d m a n River had dropped below the present le- gal minimum only two or three times in the last 50 years and this bad not occurred recently. Flows generally had been adequate for current he said, and his primary concern was that the 30 feet per sec- ond minimum established some years ago be revised in view of expanding needs. Studies were being done, he sairl, that would eventually re- sult in changes to the entire system, including reservoirs and headwaters, .and now was the time to establish what the minimum needs would be so these could be taken into con- sideration when changes were made. He said the various agencies concerned with the operation of the river and irrigation sys- tem were doing the job they had been set up to do and if changes were needed it was not the fault of any one agency. Road Lighting, Symbol Signs Being Planned Symbol signs and improvef highway intersection lightin will be emphasized in futur provincial road constructio programs, according to Albert Highw ays Minister Gordo Taylor. Mr. Taylor told the Leth bridge Chamber of Commerc that road signs using symbol instead of words are easier t understand and will also con form to a new Canadian roa signs manual in use in provinces. Language becomes less of problem with the symbol signs used throughout Europe. Th signs will be erected in th normal course of replacement Intersection lighting has be- come an important feature in highway safety, and Mr. Taylo told the chamber the only prob lem at present is the cost. "The department is setting out priorities, going from the most dangerous to the leas dangerous he said. Indian Aide Course Sought PROCLAMATION 1, Andrew C. Mayor of the City of Lethbridge, do draw to attention of all Citizens to the fact that Saturday, October 31, Is UNICEF DAY and call upon all Citizens to observe the same. A. C. ANDERSON, Mayor The department of Indian af fairs is to be asked to estab- lish a full year training pro- gram for Indian counsellor aides at the Lethbridge Com munity College. THe school of continuing edu cation at the LCC presented a formal brief today to the depart ment of Indian affairs in Ed monton. The program teaches Indian students how to counsel other Indians, assisting and often tak- ing over from the Indian af- fairs counsellors who work mainly in schools throughout the province. School director Dale Heyland said a conference was set up for representatives of LCC to present the formal brief to In- dian affairs officials and to Cliff JTchenlei) TRADITION Rye Whisky-a proud product of Canadian S'chenley Distilleries Ltd. Diaz, bead of guidance coun- selling. At this time, the deci- sion will be made whether to enter the full year program and-or to continue with sum- mer sessions. Mr. Heyland said the group from LCC, including himself, Pat Webb, Bill Harrison and Ed Ryan, will meet with Indian af- fairs officials and students to structure the summer program. LCC is the only institution in Canada to offer any program in Indian counsellor assistant training. It has been offered for one month each of the past two summer sessions. "We have plans to begin a third year program for the summer sessions to provide more depth and responsibility to the actual counselling prob- he said. "The students who have ta- jen advantage of the previous summer sessions at LCC have worked for two years and the ;hird year session will zero n on group aspects and prob- ,em areas confronted by the students because most of them lave been working in elemen- tary and community levels." Remanded Vincent Haffmans, 22, of Springfield, Mass., charged with possession of marijuana or the purpose of trafficking, was remanded in magistrate's court in Cardston Thursday until Nov. 12. Haffmans pleaded not guilty o the charge Oct. 21 and was chedulcd to stand trial Thurs- ay in Cardston. He was arrested Sept. 29 i Tear C a r w a y with another teierican who has since been eleascd. Haffmans has been released n bail. SECOND BEST Italy has more than miles of superhighways, second n Europe only to West Ger- many. New City Research Officer Starts Working On Monday Lethbridge's r.ew research of- ficer, appointed in late Septem- ber, will begin his duties Mon- day. An office for Jim Dodd. who will be attached to both the city manager's office and the Economic Development Com- mission, has been set up in the EDC offices. Dennis O'Connell, EDC direc- tor, said the addition of Mr. Dodd to the staff will allow the commission to "plan future de- velopment programs snd to maintain the impetus of the past year or so." Mr. Dodd's duties will consist mainly of in-depth research re- lated to all types of develop- ment in the city. It is also expected he will do a certain amount of public re- lations work. A holder of a BA in econo- mics, Mr. Dodd has previously worked with the telephone com- pany, taught school and done research in development studies for two local Route Changed A change in one city bus route Kbv. 16 will give North side residents better service to the Centre Village Mall. Route 4A will be changed so that the bus will travel south on 13th St. rather than over the 9th St. overpass. The route will approach 13th St. from 10th St. along 3rd Ave. N. ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS and DOORS FREE FESTIMATES JONES ROOFING Phone 328-5745 Lethbridge UMUUC a fa i vein ness grant, would be TCI Y6 1VI UIUIA 9CTVC-1 lift station and oxidation pond from the 1971 CMHC Mayor Andy Anderson said recently another possibility that was being explored was an frastructure grant from the provincial Infrastructure grants are ually associated with land Southern Alberta Instl sembly programs undertaken by municipalities. They are de-sigjied to assist of Technology in Calgary presented Alberta Construction awards in apprenticeships Wed- in upgrading the quality of sic facilities available in Alberta students tu awards at S'AIT are: The city also had its resolution concerning sewage funds passed at this week's Robert Jacob-sen. Brooks; Dwight Steen Coalhurst: Robin Dixun. Rose- Urban Municipalities Association convention in Calgary. The resolution asks the province to "provide Communication electrician Ronald Johnson, Harwell. John Epp, Vaux-iall financial assistance" to municipalities that have been ordered, as Lethbridge has, to improve their' sewage facilities. Mayor Anderson is also mechanic Donald Farrell, Lethbridge. Heavy duty mechanic John Stevens, Brooks; David For-'ester, Claresholm. ranging a meeting with the Theo Van Dyk, vincial cabinet to discuss and decorator Her- Smaller CMHC loans for Wurzcr, Coaldale; Rudolph age facilities were also Lethbridge. nounced for Coaldale, Red metal mechanic Ger- and Alliance. Coaldale will Leusink, Lethbridge. FOR 1 POPCORN 1 COCA COLA 1--IAR6E Paramount Theatre Business Phone Hollinswarth'! IT'S NEW! DRESSES Seasonal Values to OUR PRICE S 8 COATS S Winter weight. Values to OUR PRICE 25 SUITS 2-piece. Values to OUR PRICE S 14 PANTS S Assorted Values to OUR PRICE 7 SWEATERS Many >tylei and colors. Values to OUR PRICE S 6 SUN SUITS Seasonal Values to OUR PRICE 5 PANT SUITS Seasonal values to OUR PRICE PLAYWEAR Assorted summer items Seasonal values to OUR PRICE 1 CASH and CARRY y A EXCHANGES llU REFUNDS Hallinswarth'! COLLEGE MALL CENTRE HALLOWEEN COSTUME PARTY CENTRE VILLAGE SATURDAY 3 O'CLOCK ;