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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jerr.y JjlanJs A. E. CROSS iPtiotografJty JLlJ. invita you K> in to your The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, April 1C, 1970 PAGES 13 TO M KSTAUtANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE Mounts KM rs mm Would Have To Move Out, Says Ross Time Air Opposed To PWA Plan By UC SW1HART Berali Staff Writer Tine Airways Ltd. win lose per cent of its business if Bother carrier operates dur- ing the peak air load times, the 'morning and during the supper hour, Waiter R. (Stubb) Ross, umiotnt of .Time said Wednes- day. He made the statement fol- lowing the announcement that Pacific Western AirSnes Ltd. was making application to the Transportation Conunittee by t middle of not week. "The National Trantporta- bon Act states that one may Transport Commis- sion for the Lethfaridge-Cal- "H there has to be a substi- tae for Air Canada, the new company should fty the same schedule as Air Canada has We could live with UBS but by interfering with the peak load times of our company, we Regional A regional library located in can only come bout if muniapatitics in the region are wiijling, George Dew, librarian, told mem- icrs of the Oldman River Reg- Planning Commission Wednesday night. After discussing the concept of a regional library for about STORM SEWER TRENCH The city of lethbridge engineering department is'purling in number oni on wett'coulee of the Oldrnan River for Hw west development. it be finished around the end of June. Water abb beiojjplaced qenerat area expected''to cofn- piated'by the of April. A contractor, will begin purling in the tines'on the of Ihs river hear Jfie power next wtek. woakl be in' a position of loss "We would have to move possibly out of the province, tc another area where tee equip- ment could be used." Mr. Ross said he was far from satisfied with the talks between Time Air and PW, concerning working towards viable solution to the schedul difficulties. He said be was not even con- contacted about or invited the special meeting held wit Mayor Anderson a which time PWA and Time Air viability was discussed. There is a 30 day period ending May 15 durin which time anyone can file objection to the application. "1 wired for the particui mentioned in the classified acJverSoement a The Herald and win go over an the material I have gathered, be- fore I raise my objection to the application, .but r expect to nave the objection in the hands of the secretary of the Air Chamber Hosts Council object the anpKcariaa, or modifyiag the cation Hseif. "If things go lux they have, I may art ftr a nodifieabon to rule the objection." which would M Ar Canada pol out but not let PWA in sad thenitwouM be op to CTC Discussed livide the into repou md establish regional libraries. mries hree-quarters of an hour, Mr. )ew asked that individual cous- in southwestern Alberta dve some thought to establish- ing a regional library. A public library is probably he best insjirance that the 000 it costs to get a student from Grade 11 to Grade 12 is not wasted, he said. There has been only one reg iooal library established in the last 20 years, Mr. Dew said, and that was instituted by school board. Mr. Dew suggested the way to get the best value and ser vice from a library would be to two in Alberta K- would 'be library also wouU be able to provide icon professional help than a smaller mtmidpal h- those at Calgary and Edmoo- n. v Through a regional Horary, municipalities involved in the region, would be able to pro- vide the library with better equipment, a larger stock of books, the latest and best books on any subject, and all at a cheaper rate than a smaller municipal library could obtain them., for. Books on electricity and en- gineering; dating back to. 1924, would be replaced by more up to date books, Mr. Dew said. He told me commission members that on a recent visit to one of Alberta's larger municipal li- braries, he actually did come across an engineering book printed n 1924. All 'this needs to be changed, he said.- of its size a regional Smoking Areas Planned For CCHS RIDING LESSONS WESTERN AND fNCBH RIDING LESSONS Qualified Instructor Aha wiH train hentt Phont 327-9192 Famous Players Seeks Sale Of Local Cablevision Share tethbridge tity cotmcil be' the special guests of Players (Canadian) Corporation to approval from tht Canadian Radio-Tele- vision Coombaioa in Jute' for ale of the company's-abare hi Oableyision Lethbridge Ltd. and 12 other cable It is believed negotiations are xunine between Famous and Agra-Indiistries Ltd., a Cana- REMEMBER MOTHER! Mother's Day Is May 10th! I i of F-T.D. can eMvor your n hi world of. o by finl 1 tntf j-rctcm FLOWER SHOP X aril STREET SOUTH PHONI don conglomerate, for sale of he corporation's stocks in the oral.cable company. Famous is one oTfour part- en including Lethbridge Theatres Ltd., in Cabfevisioa Lethbridge Ltd. The sale Is in accordance with the CRTCTs order to sor- render control because Famous Players is 52-per-cent Ameri- can-owned. The CRTC allows for only 50- per-cent foreigD ownership m cable systems. Agri-Industries Ltd. his in- terests in other panief, such as Letbbridge Bot- Lethbridge Chamber of Com- merce at the regular council meeting April 21 JD the Marquis hotel.' The topics tor discussion rn- dode: traffic planning; plan- oaog in' general (taking in the sewage and- Hie effect on dustry; low rental bousing; and (tie LaBord proposal dealing with a survey of air transporta- tion needs of the city in re- gards to.possible east-west jet service for Lethbridge. tting Co. Ltd. Caissons Ltd. and CUFF BUCK, R.O.T.. C.DJH, KK DENTAL LABI MIDKAl MNTAl MM. Opm mOM JJ7-HM FISH 'N' CHIPS SPECIAL! Friday and Saturday Only 2 ORDERS INCLUDES 2 PIECES FISH ond FRENCH FRIES 1.30 HANNIGAN'S BURGER XING "Horn, of HMvtnly Fried Chkktn" "The Chkken with OU rosniofwci OoodnMs 1415 Mayor Magrath Dr. Phone 328-4038 dinic Plans Addition Contraction is to start as soon as weather permits on a addition to the Campbell CBDC at 00 Mayor Magrath Drive. The addition win 'provide a down extra erarnhiiTig rooms for (be 15 doctors in the dinic. The city't Municipal Planning Commotion Wednesday grant- ed Glen per- nnfskn to tank) the addition. A dinx spokesman said there win be no interTupOoc of ser- rioe during the construction. Special Meeting A special meeting of city council, the Municipal Planning CmiiiiiiiainB and the develop- ment appeal board is slated for the council chambers the night of April 23 to discuss the city ing bylaw and areas of mutual {XULJNII. Tt will now be permissible for senior high school students at Catholic Central High School to smoke in a suitable designated area, it was decided at the regular Lethbridge Separate School District board' meeting Wednesday night. John 1. Boras, board member, said, "It is an enlightened point of view, that we acknowledge some are going to smoke, but I agree with Dr. M. T.. Meumg (board member) we must pro- vide an area for smoking and then come up with an effective anti-smoking program." The motion was passed with only one' negative vote, by board member Paul Mausz. Dr. M. T. MeTnog said, per- sonally and medically, smoking is rat a good thing but there is not much to do about the old- er students. He said certain areas would des- ignated as smoking areas ant then the anti-smoking program aimed at younger 'students. The smoking measure was irector of elementary educa- tion were named ex-officio requested by ,S. W. Sawicki principal at CCHS to bring pol- icy in line with the publi school district. Other business discussed I the meeting included: Dr. W. J. Cranley, chairma of the board and M. C. Landry members to the general com- mittee of the Lethbridge Head 5tart Demonstration Project. A meeting with the public school board will be arranged ithm 10 days to discuss the length, of the school year for next year. School this summer win let out 10, with pre-schoolers given the pre-scbool induction June 8, 9 and 10. They .will not le given exams to determine whether they are ready for school.. The board will-pay the reg- istration for five members to attend the One Prairie Prov- ince Enquiry, sponsored by the University of Lethbridge and The Lethbridge HeraU. Reg- istration for OnePPE is fSO. Superintendent R. A. Kimmitt and Mr. Lapdry were request- brary. Mr. Dew visualised u diure of j e a r for books to .serve the Lethbridge region. Residents of tie area would have a much larger se- lection of books from which to choose. Van trips would be made once a month to com- mumtiec in the region. There are 11 municipal li- braries in the region, Mr. Dew said.-The only way to provide a bigger and better library ser- vice would-be for the regional municipalities to pool their re- sources and establish a reg- ional library. The decision rests with the municipalities. discussion was the result of a recent motion of city coun- cil, proposed by Alderman Joe BaDa, requesting that the Ltth- bridge public library board con- duct an in-depth study into the possibility of establishing a reg- ional library in Lethbridge. In other business the com- mission accepted Stirling and Champion as new members to the ORBPC. Their dace of this year's expenses amounts to and A workshop and the llth an- nual banquet of the ORRPC is slated for Ericksens Family Restaurant May 1, starting at 2 The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce is coocwncd thst Time Air, with