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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jerry Jjlana s erry A. E. CROSS JLtJ. We invite you to invite us to your weddingl PHONE The Lethbndge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, April 23, 1970 PAGES 9 TO 20 RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE tANQUET FACHJTItS KXt 75 HOPU 10-Acre Housing Plan Approved In Principle A planned 10-acre condomin- ium type bousing development by contractor' Holger Frandsen received approval in principle at the Municipal Planning Com- mission meeting Wednesday. The development is planned for southeast Lethbridge, east of the College Hall shopping centre. A planned service road with- in the development will have to be widened from 50 feet to 51 teet.to make room for all the necessary city service lines. Mr. Frandsen said this would Campbell Singers Win At Calgary Three choirs directed chmr won marks of 89 Lethbridge registered mu- sic teacher Anne Campbell swept the eight classes they competed in this week at the Calgary Kiwanis Musk Festi- val. The'Teen Clefs, entered in three classes, also posted the highest mark given up to Mon- day at the tWay event. The 18-voice choir was award- ed a 92 by choral adjudicator Lloyd Bradshaw for its .per-, formance in the "open class for female chorus.' The group also took an 88 and 90 in classes for choral so- cieties and folk song chorus. Mr. BradJMw of Toronto' de- scribed the.choir as "musically and "exquisite." None of the three choirs won mark lower titan 87. Toe Anne 'Campbell singers were given marks of 90, 88 and 87 in two classes for teen-age girls'; chorus ihd in folk song chorus. the South minster Junior and .88 in classes for junior lurch choirs and folk song The junior girls, whose lop ge is 13, were competing in classes open to competitors If ears and under. The choirs bused up to Cal- gary for a non-festival appear- ince.Sunday with Al jerla choirs and competed in the festival Monday afternoon and evening. Ljtdeshields Hearing Friday Edward Gordon littleshields 60, of the Blood Indian Reserve is scheduled lo appear in mag {strata's court in Cardston Fri day'at preliminary hearing oh a charge of at tempted murder. Littleshields was arrested March a Mkwing'a shooting incident at his home eigh miles north of Cardston. In t h e shooting. intiden Frank' Manyfingers, tt, also o the reserve received a wound the left eye; caused by S-calibre bullet. IETHMIDGE RETOGESATrON LTD. REmOERATION and AM CONDITIONING SERVICE Phone 321-4333 Woman's Condition Is GoqiJ A Coaldale woman, Mrs Kate Siemens, is reported to in good condition in'Letbbridg Municipal Hospital today fo lowing a highway acciden north, of Coaldale Wednesday. received bro cuts and bruises. Two other people inyoryed the accident, Ed Frieseh Anita Siemens, were admittec to Coaldale Comnraniry Hospi- tal for treatment and. later re- leased. Details of the accident' were Thursday..mor ning _ e accomplished as long as the ature of three parking spaces each unit could be main- aired, to ensure off street Barking. Erwin Aciderley, director of said the lack of ade- uate open space for reerea- onal facilities could be over- ome by making the space be- lind the units common land. The commission tabled the .after until Mr. Frandsea make the necessary ar- angemeoLs for changes in the Ian, approach the Central Mortgage ?nd Housing Associa- lon and appear before the IPC next week. Commission members deferrr ed until Thursday night any de- ision.'on a request hy-'Henry Homes Ltd. to build a iMorty motor motel at 1307 Mayor Ma- grath Drive. Mr. Adderley told the MPC t would, be impossible for the construction'to siart because of a violation of the zoning by-law. The area for the motel is classified C8 which has a den- sity ratio (area-of floor space to area of land for the building) of .5-1 while the ratio for the xiildmg is .85-1. Henry Grelzinger of Henry Homes said if parking we at issue, he was ready to provide underground parking facilities. There .would be 94 parking stalls in the plan to service 80 units, without the underground structure. business, the con> mission''approved a request by Adambt Concrete to remodel the existing building at 13th SI." N. for" use'as a store and office. It would entail removing seven'feet from the front of the A request for one single fam- ily residence and one four- suite, apartment building by Dana'-Con Contractors and Project Managers Ltd.-were lift- ed from the table and filed. A request for the construction of one two family dwelHng by Holger Frandsen was also filed. Steel Contract Of For U of L A contract for sup- ply of reinforcing steel has been let by the University of Lethbridge to Central Reinforc- ing Steel, Ltd., of Edmonton. The firm submitted the loiv- west bid of the nine companies submitting, including six from Calgary, two from Edmonton and one Iron Ltd. from Lethbndge. A related contract to be awarded in the next few days is for placement of the steel 'in the Project One phase of new U of L construction at its West Lethbridge campus. A contract will soon be let for electrical installations for Ihe residence portion of the building, and the major rein- forced concrete supply contract will be awarded during the next few days. JAPANESE WOWBtS-A group of 42 men from Japan arrived at, lethbridge yesterday to work on potato farms in the area. It is the second group of Japanese immigrants to come to Alberta in the past year.. Arrangements for the workers were made through the combined efforts of the Canada manpower service and the Japanese emmi- grqtkm service. (The first group consisted of 29 After a two-year period, the workers will have the option to elect permanent residence in Canada. In the above picture, the workers are awaiting dinner while being briefed by Ed Shimbashi, president of the Alberta Potato Growers' Association. District farmers met the workers and took them to their new homes. Five Lake-Sloughs Stocked Today LCC Has Fish Farming Project Fish farming has been added to the Lethbridge Community College curriculum through an LCC experiment thft Trill link college and govmiuent. fish and wildlife persoineFin a study of the feasibility, of turn- ing farm sloughs intr profitable emonstrate to the landowners lat they can be farmed ecoc- lically in almost any type of ough erty.'" A- Coaldale man, Mike Kuch- ka, was fined and costs when he pleaSed guilty in mag- istrate's court Wednesday lo a charge of' driving while sus- _ j penoea. He had been stopped by po- lice April 5 in Lethbridge and found to be listed as a sus- pended driver. He told the' court be had been suspended from driving three years ago and is cur- rently 'in the process of having his licence renewed. Mother's Day b May '10th! members of F.l.D. can your order anywhere IB Tne WMM ton tin cost of a wire by 'ordering 322 rac FLOWER SHOP 6fh Street South 327-5747 Power Plant Wage Talks Deferred city administra- tors met Wednesday with a conciliator and J. R. McCam- My, negotiator for the city pow- er plant operating engineers; and deferred further working contract negotiations to a- later and unspecified date. meetings be- tween the city and city electri- cal union are sCTI temporarily adjourned, await- ing setting of a further round of negotiations. EteSrical worke rs have voted in favor of strike action, whkh could'be taken, it any time. Power plant cpcrs-sg en- gineers have not taken a strike vote, and conciliation meetings have just started. EXTRA WfAR FOR EVBTT PAW MIKE HANZEL STREET SOUTH BURGER SPECIAL! Friday and Saturday Only QUEEN EVERYTHING Pius FRENCH FRIES Rtgubr 59 C HANNIGAN'S BURGER KMG "Home of Hfwvtnly Fried Chicken" "The Chicken with Old Fashioned Goodneu" 1415 Mayor Magrath Dr. Phone 328-4038 Today five lake-sloughs in southwestern :Alberta were stocked with fmgerUog rainbow trout from a Washington state trout farm. "The shallow sloughs' we've chosen for our study are not sporting lakes, so there U no problem of sport fishing, com- said Cunning- ham, an LCC outdoors recrea- tion professor. "What we're trying to do is test the. system out under a wide variety of situations so that we can see just what the costs and .problems involved will be for. farmers who might want to raise trout for com- mercial purposes." Some of the data collection and most of the analysis work will be done by the LCC fish- ery resources class, this faE, involving 30 to 25 students. "If it works, and if we can show the landowners it's a worthwhile business, it would give them new potential source of Mr. Cun- ningham said. The fingerlmgs are 2V4 to inches long, and when harvest- ed in the fall just before win- ter, they win have grown to about eight inches. If the ex- periment is successful, fann- ers would restock their lakes every spring. ,The experiment win be su- pervised by government fish and wildlife officials including Gordon Haugen, and harvest ing will be done on a percent age basis arrangement with comrrercial fisherman. The Al berta government fresh water marketing board will receive the fish and market them through chain store outlets. "We know the fish will live in the Mr. said, "so what we want to do is tf usic Festival Jpening Friday The 40th annual Lethbridge and District Kiwanis Music estiva! swings'open its doors Yiday to an estimated 900 stu- ents of voice, speech, piano ind other musical instruments. The festival, to run through May 2 (with a breather next will be .held at the ates Memorial Centre, Para- wunt Theatre, Southmins t e r Church Hall and St. Augustine's arish Hall. Nine adjudicators will judge le entries. George West the University of Calgary ill judge band and wind instrument classes; Thomas lolston of the University of Al lerta music department will adjudicate strings. Youth Charged With Assault An year old Lethbridg youth was reminded to April without election or plea whe he. appeared in magistrate' court Wednesday on a charge of indecent assault. The incident is believed I have taken place April 10 in Lethbridge. The youth was rekased on h own recognizance. A second youth was also married without plea to April a when he appeared in court charge of common assault. A young Lethbridge girl said to be the victim in bot cases of assault, believed have occurred at tine. found on their prop- He said the production could exceed 200 pounds of fish per acre of lake surface, selling at 63 to 75 cents per pound, "which pays, better .than wheat." Historical Group Meets Tuesday Warren (Coop) Cooper of fanton, announcer and com- mentator at the Calgary Stam- >ede, win be featured speaker Tuesday at the final 1968-70 meeting of the Whoop-Up Coun- ry Chapter of the Historical Society of Alberta. The meeting will start at 8 xm. in the Sir Alexander Gait fuseum. Accordion classes win be iudged by Tony Mergel of To- wto and guitar classes, by William Bridges of Calgary. Terrence Fullerfon of Cal- >ary will judge organ classes. Other adjudicators include: Florence Aymong .of Islington, Ont., for speech; Robert Invin of Winnipeg, choral and vocal; John Pauls of Edmonton, school classes; and Harold Zabrack of St. Louis, piano. In line with Kiwanis festivals across Canada, the Lethbridge event is dedicated to the 200th anniversary of the birth of Lud- wig Van Beethoven, acknowl edged as the world's greatest composer. Special Beethoven piano classes are included in the 1971 festival. Also included are spe- cial speech classes featuring the works of British author Charles Dickens, who died 100 years ago this year. Tickets for all sessions an available at the door of the au- ditoriums. The experimental sloughs ill include heavy-alkaline wa- rs, to show that the fish can irvive in them, as 'well as re- tively neutral sloughs. "So long, as the fish survive he initial plunge into an alkali ake which they usually do .hey'U thrive, because alkaH reduces one of the best growth tuations you can find for Mr. Cunningham said. (TjTrell's Lake, which is now eing stocked with about 1.5 illion rainbows, is heavily al- aline.) :LIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. LACK DENTAL IAB MEMCAL KNTAIUDO. 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