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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16- i HE LETHBRIDGE ERALD Friday, Saptambar 20, 1974 City Scene Cable TV dead 18 hours Cablevtsion Lethbridge has had its share of problems lately and a power failure of a Montana power plant Wednesday added to the headache of poor reception, this time cutting off cable service for 18 hours. Doug Robinson, manager of Cablevision Lethbridge said cable transmission was cut off across southern Alberta and there was no television at all across northern Montana for the 18 hours. He said the power failure occurred about p.m. Wednes- day at the Sweetgrass Hill station and a standby unit was sup- posed to take over right away but didn't. Service was restored at 1 p.m. Thursday. "We don't know what caused the power failure or why the standby unit didn't come on. We haven't had a report Mr. Robinson said. He said the power failure affected the broadcasting tran- smitters "but everything is O.K. now." Car cuts power line; girl hurt City electrical services to the Churchill subdivision in North Lethbridge was cut off for about IVz hours Thursday evening when a car driven by Rhonda Lynn Gier, 15, 2410 7th Ave. N collided with a power pole. City police said Miss Gier was driving west on 18th Avenue N. at about p.m. Thursday and the accident occurred while she was making a turn at 16th Street N. Police said she lost control of the car and struck the power pole. A passenger in the car, Carrie Baine, 15, 2023 20th Ave. N received head lacerations and was taken to St. Michael's General Hospital. She is reported in satisfactory condition and is under obser- vation for possible concussion. Motorcyclist injured in crash A 14-year-old Lethbridge youth is in satisfactory condition in St. Michael's Hospital after the motorcycle he was riding and a car collided Thursday afternoon at 13th Street and 9th Avenue N. Michael Allen McLane, 1246 6th Ave. S. sustained a broken right leg in the accident. City police said Wladmer Kireeff, 1006 7th St. N., was driv- ing west on 9th Ave. N. about p.m. Thursday and was proceeding to cross 13th St. N. The motorcyclist was northbound on 13th St. N. Damage was estimated at Tot's condition improving A three-year-old Coaldale boy reported in serious condition in hospital earlier this week after being struck by a car, is im- proving according to Municipal Hospital officials. Timothy Siemens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Siemens of Coaldale, is reported in "fairly good" condition. The boy was taken to hospital with a head injury and several abrasions Sept. 16 after he was struck by a car as he was cross- ing a Coaldale street. United Way to hit few homes Only a few Lethbridge residents will be on the recfiv- ing end of the United Way's residential canvass this year, campaign officials say. "People who work down- town will not be contacted at William A. Rogers SILVERPLATE BABY CUP This Birth Record Cup has spaces to engrave Name, Year, Month, Day, Weight and time. 10 95 CALL CHINA DOWNTOWN says Campaign Chairman Leona Hopkins. "We are trying to hit everyone at says Dave Wilson executive director. Mrs. Hopkins said the cam- paign will send letters to a selected list, mostly retired persons and those who have their businesses at home. Last year a selective letter campaign and a milk carton campaign were run, but the milk cartons have almost doubled in price, she said. This year, those people receiving letters will be con- tacted personally only if a donation is not mailed in, she said. PENNER'S PLUMBING 1209 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-4121 FOX DENTURE CLINIC Est 1922 PHONE 327-6565 E. S. P. FOX, C.D.M. FOX LETHIRI06E DENTAL LAB 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. NOW IS THE TIME FOR MACHINERY REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE with BEARINGS, PILLOW BLOCKS FLANGED MOUNTINGS Available at OLIVER Industrial Supply Ltd. 236 38 St North Phone 327-1571 or contact tha "OLIVER DEALER" naaratt you. County bylaw said unenforceable Vacant road allowances may be OK for hunting Other side of the story Student Council members discuss the campus newspaper. U of L students satisfied in newspaper affair story The discussion was heated at times and the questions probing but when the general meeting of University of Lethbridge students dis- persed, most appeared to have their concerns satisfied. The meeting was called by the U of L students council to answer any questions concerned students had about a recent budget meeting that resulted in their student new- spaper editor and staff resign- ing to protest budget cuts Daniele deVermer resigned as Mehonst editor because she saw the budget cut as an attempt by the student council to control the ditorial content. She felt council disapproved of its change of format. The format was changed from a politically left-wing to a non-political cultural publication The student council explain- ed to the meeting that it sub- stantially reduced the budget proposed by the Meliorist staff this year but still left the newspaper with a budget that provides the newspaper with more funds than it operated on last year. This year's approved budget provided the Meliorist with an increase of S340 over the 1973-74 budget. In response to a question from the floor, the student council claimed it was only questioning Miss deVermer about the newspaper budget when she suddenly walked out of a student council meeting earlier this month Later that same day she resigned The council also claims dis- cussions during its meeting Miss deVermer were restricted to the budgetary concerns The sluden] council has a C> in cUecS that prevents it from becoming involved in the editorial policy of the new- spaper and it maintains that the policy was honored during the budgetary meeting, students were told. The resignation of Miss deVermer and her staff brought an abrupt halt to the presses and last week's edi- tion of the Meliorist was not published Monday. Darryl Ross, student coun- cil president, put out a plea at the gathering for students interested in working for the Meliorist to attend a meeting. toda> at the Meliorist office. if an adequate number of students are interested, they will be asked to elect an editor A field worker with the Canadian University Press arrived on campus Thursday to help the new staff of the Meliorist organize and publish the weekly newspaper. Cam Beck, a trouble shooter for the univeristy press problems said in an interview he hopes to assist the students with the organization of a newspaper staff, show them how to write a news story and do research and teach them how to prepare the newspaper pages for printing Lethbridge man to help retarded in Nova Scotia A County of Lethbridge bylaw banning hunting on county roads has drawn fire from the Alberta Fish and Game Association. Joe Balla, a past president of the association, has disputed the legality of the county's bylaw, claiming road allowances are "where the bulk of hunters go'" in pursuit of game birds. He said in a Herald interview that "hunters are blamed for the irresponsibility of other people." He said the county does not have the power to pass the bylaw approved Wednesday by county council. The county's bylaw cites section 152 (d) of the Municipal Government Act authorizing the county "to pass bylaws prohibiting the discharge of guns or firearms in any specified part or parts of the municipality This section, claims a provincial fish and wildlife official, was rescinded earlier this year by Bill 30, passed by the provincial government during the spring session of the legislature. Bill 30. an amendment to the Wildlife Act, says no one shall shoot on or over any road unless he is shooting game birds with a shotgun and a valid hunting licence. Bill 30 amends section 152 (d) of the Municipal Government Act and provides that the County of Lethbridge shooting bylaw is legal only after approvals have been granted by the ministers of municipal affairs and land and forests. The fish and wildlife official told The Herald that the new legislation allowing shooting on roads is intended to eliminate possible nuisances caused by indiscriminate shooting and "create a better atmosphere between farmers and hunters." Fish and game association official Balla said the county's bylaw is illegal and unenforceable. He conceded that "it may take a test case" to determine the legality of the county's bylaw. Under provincial game laws, the season on ducks opened Thursday. Resident hunters can go after partridge Sept. 24 and pheasant Oct. 11. Sparwood alderman resigns SPARWOOD (HNSi Alderman Gil ha5 resigned from the Municipal Distnrt oi Sparwood i] In a k-Uer to rouncil he slated that he to be relieved of position dne to pressures The successor lo Mr will be elected for a ra term Although a city project to help integrate the mentally retarded into society has bare- h begun, other areas in Canada should be developing similar projects. This is the view of the ex- ecutive director of the Leihbndge Association for the Mentally Retarded Malcolm who will be leaving the city shortly to take on the of helping set up another project in N'ova Scotia. Mr Jeffreys will take over the job of executive director of Scotia's organization for the mentally retarded Oct. 1 Hr vav ]Ti ttie n Vm i hi Jeff 77if it is ex r TI< 1hat iiin J 3- the ''t -hTijJri be negi More incumbents draw contests in district Mr Jeffreys said his major in Lethbridge has been with the development of Com-serv. He look the dircrtorship here in March. 1973 The success now will rest on ihe Com-serv board of governors and Dr Orest Pvrrh iCom-serv executive "he says Dr Pyrch i-s executive direc- tor A successor for Mr Jeff- is being sought through advertisements m national prof'-'sjonal publications A jvw director could be found by 1 he fiirt of the month, ac- TiTdiTif to association Three more elections will be held Oct. 16 following nominations Thursday at Pic- ture Butte, Blairmore and Foremost. At Nobleford the returning officer was to seek nominations again today until 12 noon. These are needed to fill one village council seat and two positions on the Noble Central School advisory board. There were no nominations Thursday. Picture Butte is still without a mayoralty candidate. There were no nominations Thur- sday. Alex Chronik has declin- ed to seek re-election but to- day is under continuing pressure to file nomination papers. Entering the contest Thurs- day at Foremost for five seats on the village council were 'Vern Arnold, Ted Lynes and Trygve Hougen. Already nominated were incumbents George Butterwick, George Piper and newcomer Rodger Seeman. At Picture Butte, three more candidates filed nomina- tion papers Thursday for seats on the Picture Butte Municipal Hospital board They are Bill Bodnar, E. J. Shaw and Dwayne Oliver. There are now six candidates for five seats, forcing an elec- tion. Nominated Wednesday were Betty Juris, Clarence Leeck and Harry Watson. At Blairmore, three more candidates for council seats tossed their hats into the ring Thursday They are Eugene Rojek. Malcolm McQuarne and Pat Nelson There are now eight candidates for six seats Wednesday were incumbents Dr. Roy Amundsen, Frank Capron. Sam Goodman and Ernest Luini: and newcomer Wallace Aebli At Taber the withdrawal Thursday of the nomination of Burnell Bennett eliminated the need for an election. Elected by acclamation to town council are incumbents Helen Wentz, Dennis Turin, R Steel shortage delays signals Remember the traffic signals at 13th Street and 2nd Avenue N. that North Lethbridge residents fought so hard to get last November and December? They're still not up, and now the city says it's likely they won't be installed until next May. "it involves installation of goose neck type steel poles and our Calgary supplier is quoting a delivery date of May, a spokesman in the engineering department said. The length- delivery time for steel materials will also hold up installation of the same type of poles for the "pedestrian corridors" for the city, the spokesman added. Five such corridors, with flashing yellov- lights and overhead 20 m.p.h. signs are planned initially, mostly to replace the flashing red signals now in use. City council voted 6-2 in favor of installing traffic lights at 13th Street and 2nd Avenue N. last Dec. 3, overruling the advice of its own engineering department which said lights there and at 2nd A Avenue would stall orderly traffic flow. A 1.000 name petition sup- porting installation of the 2nd Avenue lights went to council- Bruce Milliken and Mike Powell; and newcomers Cecil N. London and Donald G. Wmdrum They will take of- fice at the Oct. 21 organizational meeting. At Champion, Richard Brown filed nomination papers Thursday Two more candidates are needed to fill the village council. Nominations were to be received until noon again today. 'Dodgers not crossing border here By MICHAEL ROGERS Herald Staff Writer Five days have passed since United States President Ford's announcement of con- ditional "amnesty" for draft resisters and deserters, but it appears no young Americans have crossed the Alberta border into the United States. Creed Davis, officer in charge of U.S. immigration at Sweetgrass, Mont., said Thursday no draft resisters or military deserters have cross- ed the border yet 'I would think there would have been at least some by now. There are some in Calgary and Edmonton, I Mr. Davis said. "They don't seem to be interested, I suppose. It's hard to he added. Mr Davis said he thinks there will be "a few" going back to the U.S. He said when a draft resister or deserter does cross the border "he is not arrested, but is informed of the con- ditions of President Ford's amnesty and given an address in his home town or within the area he is destined to report to" Then they are let go and they head for home. Mr. Davis said. "If there is a warrant for an individual's arrest for some other offence, however, he is held until the proper authorities are contacted." he added. A check at the Carway-Post of Peigan border crossing revealed no draft resisters or deserters crossing there to date MIKE HANZEL Extrai :prEMt South ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC SrtWttWl ZHSftS J Phona32t-4MS INSURANCE HOWE Can Sara You S S Monay S SEE US SOOWt fORSTCR 46CHCY 708 3rd. S. Ptorw NEW 1974 VW '2989 USED CMS 1967 FORD 2 OOOH HARDTOP 1971 V.W. FASTBftCK 1968 V.W. VAN-CAMPER RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE AUDI M mat ft. Cwtfftad Dmttl Mwhwrie CLIFF BLACK, BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BL06. Lower PHONE 327-2S22 PHJMUCY FUCTS from O. C. STUBBS You're undoubtedly hearing emphysema talkec! and written about the condition that's so often caused by heavy smoking the disease that destroys lung tissue And you've wondered what actually happens to lungs which have been attacked by this disease? Emphysema is the enlarging o1 the sman air sacs ol the lung When this condition occurs these air sacs iose their elasticity which