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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 1HF. U1HBRIBGE HERAID Friday, September 29, 1972 I Central's bell tower is safe The Central School bell-tower is safe, city hall officials told The Herald this morning. The tower, lifted to the ground several days ago in preparation for demolition of the school, belongs to the city and not to the contractor, they said. The city's intention is to pre- serve it permanently and to- ward that end the matter of repair, protection nnd site is now being investigated. How- ever if the city finds it too dif- ficult to preserve, it will be of- fered to private groups interest- ed in its preservation. (Defin- itely it will not be destroyed without the public having every chance to save it. (Earlier this week The Her- ald reported that the tower would be destroyed by the dcm olition contractor, after it had been adequately studied, be- cause it was too big for preser vation at the Sir Alexander Gait Museum.) The demolition contract, was slated this morning, spec! fied that the tower would still be owned by the city and th contractor would set it on tin HAUOLD JENSEN Landscape architect named A new position munity services in the corn- department will be filled Oct. 2 by Harold Jensen. Mr. Jensen becomes the c i t y's landscape arcliitcct, working initially in Westbridge and later in all city parks. A native of Taber, Mr. Jen sen received his bachelor ol landscape architecture from Utah State University in and comes to the city from Man Taylor Muret Lantzuis Associ ates, firm. a Calgary architectura ground for the city. VARIES WITH FLOWERS The crab spider may be cithe yellow or white, depending 01 the color of the flower it is rest ing on. 2 ONLY GREAT DAYS LEFT COLOR PORTRAIT SPECIAL 10 PI" tf Handling ALL THIS WEEK A E CROSS STUDIO 328-0111 Phones 328-0222 Still Located at 7103rd Ave. S. Open Thursday Unlil 9 p.m. RECOGNIZE ANYBODY? This picture of one of the early LethbrTdge Playgoers' casts might prove fo- mFliar to some, and Ihe Playgoers would like to hear from anyone who recognizes it. The picture ii one of a show done in the lale 1920s or etuly 1930s, and they would display of the history of Playgoers to help celebrate their like to identify both the production and the people. The 50th anniversary in 1973. Anyone who can help ,s re- picture was donated by theatre supporter Leighlon Moore Bested to call Ihe Bowman Arts Centre at 327-2813. to Lelhbridge Youth Theatre, which is preparing a visual______________________________ New medical-dental centre plans open house Saturday The new Family Medical Dental Centre, which has four family physicians and four den- tists practising together, will hold an open house Saturday from 7 to D p.m. The FMDC Is located at 2531 20th Ave, S. opposite the Col- lege Hall Shopping Centre. It is owned by S. T. W. Holdings Ltd. "The public response to our new centre is said Dr. C. M. Stewart, president of S. T. W. Holdings. Besides Dr. Stewart, the oth- er three family physicians are Dr. R. W. Taylor, Dr. N. E. Wolff and Dr. N. A. Hovan. The dentists are Dr. D. J. Steed, Dr. R. Selk, Dr. ,T. G. Strong and Dr. L. M. Evans. The idea of a family medical dental centre was conceived by the doctors and dentisls about a year ago. S. T. W. Holdings iias invested about into ;he project, including n building, in land and the rest in equipment. The building is described by Norm Fooks, of H. Fooks and Associates, the architects, as unique in that all interiors are relocatable. The square feet can, with added space, provide area for another two doctors and a dentist. The doctors are all general practitioners, and refer their patients to specialists if such is required. Education can be and exciting' More than 20 persons ig- nored falling snow and the Canada-Russia hockey game at noon Thursday to attend a permit A building permit was issued Thursday for construc- tion of a warehouse for Modern Industrial Rentals. Joe's Construction will put up the building at 1262 1st Ave. S. Lakeview parks are meet topic The location and design of parks in the Lakeview area will be the subject of a com- mimiiy meeting at Lakeview Elementary School next Wed- nesday at p.m. Residents of Lakeview are invited to meet with commun- ity services department repre- sentatives to discuss locations, concepts and designs in the de- velopment of playgrounds. The meeting will be held in the school library. Southern Alberta Council on] Public Affairs Luncheon to learn that education can be "fun exciting." Most people have had "un- exciting" school days and find it hard to accept a proposition in the Worth Report on educa- tional Planning that education can be exciting, said Keith Robin, directo: of continuing education at Lcthbridge Com- munity College, chairman of the lunch meeting at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. A majority of those at the meeting went away agreeing that if interest can be stimu- lated, learning can be fun. Under the direction of Ralph Thrall, a member of the Uni- versity of board oi governors, the group spent Ihe lunch hour playing a game in which they imagined they were stranded on the moon. Each person was given a list it 15 items such as matches, ood, water, radio, map and asked to list them in order of mnortance for survival. Each table was then told by Thrall to agree among themselves to the order of im- portance of the list of items. At the end of the exercise, Mr. Thrull drew some conclu- sions, including the fact that if people are stimulated to think and discuss a topic, It can be- come interesting. The group score was rated "good" on a scale that included poor, fair, average, good and excellent scores. DIFFERENT SPECIES Porpoises have rounded heads and spade-shaped teeth, while dolpliins have beaklikfl. snouts and conical teeth. STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE MARTENS COALDALE SUPER SKIERS FRIDAY SATURDAY September 29th and 30th WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Prices in effect until closing Saturday, Sept. 30th. Tablerite Canada Grade A Red Steer Beef CHUCK STEAKS IB. Tablerite Canada Grade A Red Steer Beef Cross Rib Roasts IB. Nabob COFFEE Reg. Grind lOc Coupon PURITY FLOUR Aylmer Tomato or Vegetable 10 fl. oz. linsl for SUNGOLD ORANGE CRYSTALS on sale Twin Pack Alberta Netted Gem No. 2 POTATOES B.C. MclNTOSH APPLES 4 Ibs. 1.00 Hand! pak case.... B.C. PRUNE PLUMS 4 Ibs. 1.00 Case Volume Thelllwtmted COLUMBIA ENCYCLOPEDIA Volume One a book a week thereafter at ;