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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jerry Jjlana f A. E. CROSS WWIE THURSDAY IS "KIDDIES" DAY FHONf The LetHbrldge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, April PAGES 9 TO 16 RESTAURANT ANO PANCAKE HOUSE rACIUTliS FOt 75 PEOW Koteh Recommends Further Service Reductions City Bus Service Gets Going Over By JIM MAYBIE CJry Hal Ktsarlcr While city residents protested fee curtailment of bus sen-ice, Alderman mended to city council Monday Bight that perhaps further cur- tailment would be in the best interests of Lethbridge taxpay- ers. Council approved recommend- (raced lee: than one person per trip. Council filed letters from a couple of Letbbridge citiuas protesting the curtailed service. In addition to determining tbe feasibility of curtailing the hours of operation even further, Aid. Ketch is asking that city man- ager investigate other areas of the transit system operation and report back to council. Follow- ing are some of the Hems on which be is asking the city man- ager to investigate and report Outline the duties of the transit superintendent, shop foreman or chief mechanic and all other employees. Investigate a report that the bus mechanic is being used for malting bonk deposits and tor driving buses. Determine vbether a bus or buses are being used to drive employees borne after work. Determine whether the transit system's half-ton truck has been used k. the past to deliver a student or child to the power plant area. Provide justification for the ciy owning U buaec when it dory has sis routes in the city. Outline the psst prevent- ive maintenance program. (It has been suggested the preven- tive maintenance program has been unsatisfactory and that the mechanic has been required to Grants Approved Strong Feeling Election Coming do jobs other tfaaa mainten- The city number would be requested to justify in dollars the reason for extra vehicles and driven for opera- tion of school rum. (Aid. Koich is owner-operator of N'orthen Bus Lines. The city pays for the UM of tome o( hij bases on city school rune.) Why is each mecaank given i year allowance EOT small tools and wrenches and why is there an adcHtkmal allowance far small shop tools? Why is a ear allowance HOW.'IT All BEGINS Construction fo r real started on new University of leth- bridge oampus Monday, os Western Caisiohs Ltd. crews the first piling into banks. The crew shbwn.in the picture above has almost finished sinking that first hoU, at what will become the of the boiler room coni- pWx. As the holes are drilled and pilings placed, other of residence be started.'By summertime much of the.superstructure construc- tion should be under way and completed, a nd Occupation of the new campus is schedul- ed to start in the summer .of "-Photo By Bryan Wilson _____ Credibility To Air Canada Withdrawal While members of city coun- cil were busy fussing over the transit system, they were also in a fairly generous mood on other matters and granted the Teen; Clefs to help de- fray the cost of i trip to Expo 70m Osaka and approved an expenditure of up to for a civic banquet for the One Prairie Province Enquiry. A, third request'lor financial aid, from Gtendale Recreations Ltd., requesting help with ex- penses for sending a junior girls bewling team to Winnipeg for dominion rolloffs, was re- ferred to the budget committee for further study. The Teen Clefs is a group of 18 Lethbridge and district girls between the ages of 16 and 21, conducted by Anne Campbell, .who are to sing twice daily for a week at Expo 70. The'Jap- anese government is to pay all expenses at Expo. Cost of-the trip for the girls, conductor and accompanist is The group has won national aod international acclaim. The city donated for the group's trip m 1968 to Great Britain. That trip provided the girls "with a surplus which is to be used toward the Expo trip this year. Aid. Vera Ferguson was the opposed to the city spending -for the OnePPE banquet. The confer ence is being sponsored by the University of Lethbridge The Lethbridge Herald in Hay Dignitaries, federal, provin- cial and municipal goverarcen representatives, politicians university personnel and otherwise impressive group o "brains" win converge on the city to discuss the pros cons of the three Prairie prov nces forming one poHfical- economic province. Two hundred persons from across Canada have confirmed they will attend the (50 confer- ence. Up to -200 more are ex- pected. National and international newspapers, television, radio and magazine representatives will coyer the conference. Aid. Ferguson said the ma- ority of people attending the nquiry wffl be on expense ac- counts so there is no need for he taxpayers' to sponsor the >anquet. "Taxpayers are al- ready paying for the federal cabinet madsters who will be attending. It's a prestige affair. Chose attending should pay their own way." Aid. Vaughan Hembroff said will be "a small amount or what we're going to get out of it. could never pay for toe national publicity alone which we will receive. K's a privilege and not an expense." AM. Jim Anderson said a precedent bad been set and 'this would be the most ad- vantageous" in the short and long run. "We should add what- ever co-operation we cab to the agencies it.' given when the trrasit system has a half-ton truck and a four, wheel drive? i Indicate the type of re- search done, and by whom, for improvement of marketing, fare structures, service, etc., for the system. Last year the city's transit system had a deficit of This year's budget calls for a deficit of providing the late evening and Sunday and There's a "strong feeling" among Lethbridge Progressive Conservatives that a provincial election will be called this sum- mer by the Social Credit gov- ernment, according to Dr. Herb Axford, University of Leth- bridge economist. Dr. Axforti was elected presi- dent Monday night of the new Henderson Lake PC Associa- tion, wboK executive will re- tain a provisional status until the legislature makes binding the split of the Lethbridge rid- ing into'two. A seven matt independent Electoral Boundaries Commis- boliday services curtailed. sion early this spring proposed to the legislature that the cur- rent constituency be split into Henderson Lake and Oldman River ridings. The additional riding, com- bined with new ones in Calgary and Edmonton, will bring the provincial hence from 63 to 75 seats. The election of executives in the new Lethbridge ridings is art of the Conservative plan o have candidates named as ar as possible before the gen- eral election. Dr. Axford indicated the first Hera of business for the Hen- derson Lake, riding will be ac- cumulation of n a m e s of pros- pective candidates and the set- ing of a date for a nomina- ion meeting. The Henderson Lake execU: live includes also: Dwight Jen- sen, Dick Johnson, Bill John- and Blayne Thacker as vice presidents; Richard Long, treasurer and Denlse Ferguson, secretary. Barry Snowden, assistant to the U of L vice president and one ot four vice-presidents of the new Oldman River PC As- sociation, was named acting- pifcsktent of the association. Other provisional vice presi- dents elected were Richard Da- vidson, Jim Crocket and Roger Reese.. Keith De Armond was named treasurer and Marion Soowden, secretary. who are. sponsoring .While Aid. Rex Little thought it was a worthwhile project, be thought the city should look at the tentative budget for.the conference first. If 400 people attend at a bead, that's As the conference is a private venture by a private or- ganization, be wanted to know what would happen if a surplus resulted. He s e e m e'd more satisfied when be was told the city, would pay the banquet caterers directly. The rumor that Air Canada wUl laminate its Lethbridge service shortly has additional Brown's TAKE HOME FISH Dr. I., An, credibility in the airline's schedule.. According to the comprehen- sive Air Canada schedule for 1970 at P. Lawson Travel Ltd., Lethbridge, a rider states that the Lethbridge Calgary 2 p.m. flight win be discontinued June 30. There are no further refer- ences to Air Canada flights to or from Lethbridge to any point beyond that date. R has been rtimored for sev- eral weeks that Pacific West- ern Airlines is likely to apply or the Calgary-Lethbridge ser- vice should Air Canada with- draw.' Visit the PASTRY SHOP WEDNESDAY md THURSDAY FEATURE! CHERRY CROWNS Made from a rich jweet rfwgtt and filled wild Chcny filling. TSen boW to perf.ction for your Rtgvlar for freih 6 54C m OUR NEW TAKE-OUT SKCIMTYl ALBERTA ROAST BEEF ON-A-BUN 1701 Mayer MegranS Drive location Onryt PHONE 321-7752 Visit the COLONEL TAKE HOME Kentucky Fried Chicken i Potato Salad i Cole Slaw I Macaroni Salad SVEN ERICKSEN'S FINE FOODS S PASTRY SHOP 1 LOCATIONS e M.M. MM, ltd Avt. S. PrwM J2MUI e 170S Mayor Phm 3JS-7755 Catering Problem The city manager was in- structed to proceed with a re- port on what can be done about the Lethbridge Community Col- lege and other organizations competing with legitimate busi- nesses in the food service in- dustry. Aid. C. W. Cnicoester main- tains that restaurants, cafes and other commercial food ca- terers pay piuperty tax, busi- ness fax and licence fees to the city in order to operate while the catering department o( the LCC and some other organiza- tion pay none of those fees. LCC is subsidized by funds derived from taxation and uses unpaid student labor to pre- pare food and services, Aid, Chichester said. LCC and other organizations are directly competing with the legitimate business enterprises by offering their food services and are catering both 'on and off their properties to the gen. eral public, thereby creating unfair competition to the li- censed caterers, he said. .Aid. Chichester suggested the LCC and such other organiza- tions be requested to refrain from catering to or serving the general public; or that legal ad- vice be obtained on establish- ing control of their activities regarding, public catering or requiring that they take out li- ceoceE and pay the same city taxes as legitimate caterers. AW. Joe BaUa told council the LCC tried to do its cater- ing outside the city where there were no catering services, in order to give the students ex- perience at catering, but that didn't work out too well. The college is keeping its catering down as much as possible, he indicated. Last year the school bus ser- vice provided by the city result- ed in revenue of almost The same revenue is budgeted for this year. The largest single expense Ibis year is operators' wages budgeted at compared with spent last year. Expenditures to operate the system last year totalled 309 budgeted this year) and revenue was 200 budgeted this year.) AM.' Koteh figures there is a way to make the city's transit system at least a break-even proposition aod still provide a service which would amount to an initial inconvenience to only a few. Tenders Awarded Among the tenders awarded by city council were: Electric Ltd., 'lowest of six ten- ders for fifty 50-KVA padmoimt transformers for the electric departaent for new. subdivi- sions this year. Construction Co. Ltd., lowest of three ten- ders for construction of con- crete curbs, gutters, sidewalks and lane crossings in various parts of the city. -Imperial Oil Ltd., lowest of four fenders for tons of asphalt cement and Gull' Oil Canada Ltd., lowest of four tenders for 100 tons of asphalt. Building Mate- rials Ltd., lowest of two tenders for 700 cubic yards of ready-mix concrete. tendering on ment win be allowed to demon- strate their equipment to city officials concerned prior to the close of tenders, council de- cided after reviewing a fetter from a firm stating that whue his equipment met all spe- cifications, council selected another firm's machine which did not meet all specifications but had a lower price. Local Musical Nod For My Fair Lady My Fair Lady, the Pokarney as co-musical Loeve musical based Both are music di- George Bernard Shaw's in city schools. Mr. malion, has been chosen by win conduct the chorus; Muscial Theatre Pokarney, tbe pit orches- its 1970 annual fall The show wUl run Nov. 23 the past three produe- Dec. 5 at the Yafes Showboat, Guys and and Destry musical Dick Mells, the city's was managed by Da- al affairs superintendent, Peferkin, tbe provincial produce and direct the supervisor in the depart- Mr. Mells has directed of the provincial secre- seven previous autumn tions since the association was established in 1963. Muriel Jolliffe, bead of the Jo'Iiffe Academy of Dancing, who. -has also been for the cast win be conducted through. a series of weekly workshops in April and May, beginning April 17. with an 'the productions, will return as cast, totalling between and 50, will be selected in late Set design, stage ment and costume design was the first 1MT be handled by tbe Bayly which featured a wholly Em and Fran, cast drawn from Letb- tively who held the and district. functions for the 1969 tion, Destry Rides New faces to the production crew win be Willie Mathis AKROYD QUALITY GASFITTING LTD. It34 Hit AT.. S. 324 Stli St. 1. Pli. Alteration. CapM EDDY DIETRICH, ESTIMATES PRESfDENT-ELECT Dr.' Cotii Dared, smatist at the Annul Disease) Research stitirte at Uttibrldge, wai nrnei president-elect of the DcwBtmni Rttary CM day. He win swceed Larry of the LetMrklge Research Station. Lee Strzelee- W was named first Ident and Dorin ttt- tui rlce-presidnt. Alex Gil- christ was reippeUtal secre- tary. 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