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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, September 24, 1973 City Scene Award nominations open Nominations for the Jerry Putts- award. which recognizes outstanding con- tributions to Southern Alberta tourism, will be accepted up to Sept. 30. The award may be made to any group, business, or in- dividual. Last year's winner was S v e n E r i c k s e n of Lethbridge. Nominations should be sent to Dr. .John Neal. P.O. Box 986. Lethbridge. NDP council here Oct. 13 A possible federal election will be one of the matters dis- cussed when the provincial council of the Alberta NDP meets in Lethbridge Oct. 13 and 14. About 100 delegates and observers are expected to at- No date for airport talks tend the meeting which will also deal with such issues as the impact of centralization, and inflation, a release says. It is the first time the provincial council has met in Lethbridge. Alberta's minister of in- dustry trade and commerce will include discussions of the LaBorde Simat study in tran- sportation talks with federal Transport Minister Jean Marchand Oct. 2. But the full scale meeting with the ministry of transport planned by the city's airport committee will not occur until a later and as yet undecided upon date. The committee made up of K. H. LaBorde of the Calgary consulting firm. Aid. Steve Kotch. Mayor Andy Anderson, Leo Singer, past-president of the Chamber of Commerce, and Dennis O'Connell. city economic development of- ficer, has been told it needs to put together more facts and figures to back up the study's recommendations that the Lethbridge airport be ex- panded. In particular the economics of air-freighting agricultural products directly from Lethbridge as compared to shipping them through Calgary need to be explored further, a committee member savs. U of L man on arts study A University of Lethbridge music professor is among 10 men appointed by the provin- cial government to a com- mittee to study the fine and performing arts. Blair was appointed to the committee by the depart- ment of advanced education. Purpose of the study is to review p o s t s e c o n d a r y programs in radio and televi- sion arts, drama, art and music. Its goal is to help achieve an orderly pattern of growth to ensure effective use of resources in these areas and extend learning Oppor- tunities. The study committee will provide communication links between the study staff, exter- nal consultants and the in- stitutions. Other committee members come from the University of Alberta, University of Calgary, Northern and Southern Alberta Institutes of Technology. Banff Centre, Grant MacEwan College; Mount Royal College, and the provincial government. Swimming, skating classes The community services department of the City of Lethbridge will hold JUST ARRIVED 2AND3BLADED KRAUT CUTTERS PRICED FROM CALL 327-5767 registrations for the 1973 fall swimming and skating programs Tuesday and Wednesday from 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. in Gym One at the Civic Sports Centre. Registration for fall programs at the Fritz Sick Pool will be held Thursday from 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. in (ivm Two. Break-in City police are investigating a break and entry at Dundee Texaco, 1406 3rd Ave. S. The burglary, which ap- parently took place during the night, was discovered this morning by the service station owner. 606-608 3rd Avenue S. Lethbridge Certified Dental Mechanic CLIFF BLACK. BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lowir Livil PHONE 327-2822 THE AUCTION BLOCK 2508 2nd Ave. N. License 1553 Regular TUESDAY SALE Sept. 25 p.m. Along with our usual regular fine selection of household furniture, appliances, and effects, we wish to high lite the following: Excellent Copymate Dry Copier like new 2 Older style vanity dressers 2 pair of binoculars Matching mirrored dresser and chest of drawers 1964 Rambler 2 door clean unit One Horse Cutter 1964 Chevrolet Biscayne V-8 Automatic SHERIFF'S SALE .Take notice that by virtue of a seizure made by me I am offering for sale by Public Auction in ac- cordance with the provisions of the Seizure Act the following goods: One chesterfield and chair, three dressers, two end tables, two lamps, one coffee table, one vacuum, at the Auction Block on Tuesday, September 25th, 1973 commencing at P'm' Edward Kisel, Sheriff Plus many more items too numerous to list. We wel- come complete liquidation sales and consigned good? a.m. to p.m. Monday thru Saturday. Pick-up service available Phone 327-1222. Auctioneer: John Berezay No. 903 Animals and kids Nothing makes a bunch of small children happier than an opportunity to feed and pet animals, and that's what the Active 20-30 Club was banking on when they took these children from the Lethbridge Pre-School Services Project to the Stewart Game Farm Saturday. Below, Lisa van Orman, 4, 1135 28th St. S. seems a little cautious as she pets this wild animal disguised as an antelope. After touring the game farm, the children were taken to Indian Battle Park. Transfer wouldn't overload our jails By DAVID B. BLY Herald Staff Writer The transfer of Bowden Correctional Institution to the federal penitentiary system would not mean an increased burden on other provincial facilities, Alberta Attorney General Merv Leitch has told The Herald. Mr. Leitch said that if the transfer takes place, the 100 inmates presentldy at Bowden will be transferred to other centres to continue their training. Those not involved in a training program will be transferred to forestry camps. Collision causes damage About damage resulted from a collision at the intersection of 4th Avenue and 12th Street A N. Saturday afternoon. According to city police, Valerie Mavis Coslovi, 24, was northbound on 12th Street A N. when she was in collision with the car driven bv R. Krai. 36. Nobleford. There were no in- juries. Key 473 rally told District interest surpases city's Demonstrate love and share the Gospel, 400 persons were told Sunday at a Key 73 rally in Lethbridge. "Be known by God, by your fellow Christians and by other people who know you as someone who loves said AKROYD'S PLUMBING, HEATING AND GASFITTING Special rates for tenior citizens. New Installations Phone 328-2106 BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custorn Installations Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. Vancouver evangelist Terry Winters. "People are won by love, not argued into Jesus Mr. Winters said, speaking at the combined evening service in First Baptist Church. Fourteen city and district churches have been sponsor- ing Key 73 activities, defined as a calling of the North American continent to Christ. However, Rev. Albert Baldeo, president of Lethbridge Ministerial Association and rally chair- man, publicly admitted little enthusiasm for a Gospe! cam- paign in the city. Mr. Baldeo told the rally a survey of Lethbridge city churches showed little interest in a joint evangelistic crusade. But strong support for the idea has been express- ed by district churches, and Winters may return here in 1974 for a crusade. Rally music was highlighted by Ray Harris, guitar player- vocalist from Vancouver, and a violin-piano duet performed bv Herald Strauss and Lawrence Posterski of Pic- ture Butte. Christian workers were able to arm themselves for the spiritual fight with literature, music and records selling at a bookstand in the church foyer. Mr. Baldeo said evangelist. A remand centre in Calgary, expected to be in operation soon, would more than make up for the loss of Bowden, since it would have a capacity of 166. The remand centre would be used to hold persons awaiting final disposition of their cases in court. A similar facility is planned for Edmon- ton. A final agreement with the federal government concern- ing the transfer has not been reached, Mr. Leitch said. One term of the agreement will be that personnel present- ly employed at Bowden will have the option of working for the federal government at Bowden, or being transferred elsewhere to work in the provincial system. The attorney general said the creation of the solicitor general's office in Alberta has been enthusiastically received. This follows the pattern set by the federal government, and also the On- tario government. In Ontario, four cabinet positions carry out the work formerly done by one, now two, in Alberta. Their circumstances sur- rounding the death of four- year-old Jacklyn Tudor of Lethbridge are still being studied by the attorney- general's office, Mr. Leitch said. The girl died June 6, ap- parently en route to the hospital, according to her stepfather, David Vander- voort. Medical evidence presented at the inquest in- dicated that the girl could have been dead for some hours, however. Mr. Vandervoort also testified that the girl had fallen down stairs the previous night, but a pediatri- cian who examined the body testified that the bruises on the body were not compatible with a fall. Actual cause of death was vomit blocking the respiratory tract. Vomitting was caused by a ruptured pan- creas, evidence showed. Mr. Leitch said that the case is being reviewed by his department, but that no conclusions have been reached. The attorney general .reserved comment on the report of the liquor legislation committee, stating that the caucus would study t.he report. He said he could not speak for the whole party at this time. The report recommended, among other things, that bartenders be held responsi- ble for the actions of those persons who become drunk on their premises, and the en- couragement of smaller, more intimate, neighborhood pubs which would emphasize recreation rather than drinking. Astronomer's birthday noted ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINiC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bids. 2225111 SI. S. Plane AIR CONDITION NOW with the ROUND ONE by ALCON REFRIGERATION LTD. FURNACES. SHEET METAL and HEATING AIR CONDITIONING 2214-43 St. S. Ph. 327-5816 EL-804 Electronic Calculator FEATURES 8 Digits Digitron with Zero Suppression 4 Arithmetic Calcu- lators (Addition. Subtraction. Mul- iiplicalion and Div. ision) Period Sign Logic System. Direct chain Multi- rilicntion and Di- vision. Constant Multi- plication and Divi- sion Available now at Tnx and Discount Calculation. 1 Overflow Error rintection. Fi.-jaiinq decimal mini system. 1 Automatic clearinej. Clf-nr entry'unction. AC Only CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 319 -7 St. S. Phone 327-4591 The 500th anniversary of the birth of Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543) will be marked by an extensive display at the University of Lethbridge Oct. 1-6. Prepared for province-wide display by the Alberta Branch of the Canadian-Polish Congress, the exhibition will consist of more than 100 photographs, as well as maps and other objects related to Copernicus' life and work. The local presentation will be sponsored jointly by the Copernicus Quincentenary Committee and the U of L geography department. The display will be located in the geography area of the U of L academic residence building and will be open to the public from noon to 8 p.m. weekdays. A free public lec- ture on Copernicus' influence on current knowledge of space and the universe will be offered in Room E 726 at p.m. Oct. 2. Copernicus revolutionized astronomy in his time by postulating that the sun, rather than the earth, was the centre of the universe, and that the earth revolved around the sun. NEW PROGRESS IN PRENATAL NUTRITION E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Lath.) DENTAL LAB 204 Mediciil Dental Blag. Phone 327-8565 DR. R. S. FABBI OPTOMETRIST 314 8th Street South APPOINTMENTS PHONE 327-3331 Nutrition before and after birth may be a determining factor in mental capabilities. Evidence from on going res- earch in this field is growing and it is leading to the conclus- ion that the size and number of a child's brain cells may be reduced by infant malnutrition. A newborn weighing two pounds under the normal birth weight may, when he reaches 7 years of age show a 6 month lag in learing skills. Vitamin supplements during pregnancy are thus be- coming more and more important. We carry a full line of those products that your physician might pr-jscribe and will be glad to help you with any questions you may have on this topic. GOOD HEALTH AND GOOD NUTRITION These go hand in hand and are basic essentials if your child is to get the most out of the school year. We will be pleased to offer you our professional essistance in selecting any products from our complete stock of vitamin products. DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN FREE CITY WIDE DELIVERY GEORGE Halg Medical Bldg. 601 6th Ave. S. Call 328-6133 RODNEY 401 5th St. S. Free Delivery Call 327-3364 UNITED WAY GIVING CARTONS Have been delivered to homes in Lethbridge If you or your family do not have the opportunity to give at your place of employment, PLEASE contribute a dime or a nickel each day. You will be helping your fellow Lethbridge citizens by contributing CONTAINERS WILL BE PICKED UP OCTOBER 15 THRU OCTOBER 17 ;