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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, April 27, 1974 annual city cleanup begins Monday The city begins its annual spring clean-up campaign Monday, starting in the southwest end ot town. For the purposes of the month-long effort, the city is divided into five zones with approximate pick-up dates of April 29-May 1 in zone 1: May 2, 3, 6, 7 in zone 2; May 8, 9, 10, 13 in zone 3, May 14-16 in zone 4, May 17, 21-23 in zone 5; and May 24 and 27 along the north and east city boundaries and May 28 and 29 along the south and west boundaries Residents are asked to put burning barrels, containers and rubbish at the back of their properties next to the lane about five days before the published pick-up dates People who do not have lanes at the rear of their homes are asked to phone the public works department at 7-2853 to confirm the date of pick-up at their location. The city will pick up nearly all manner of refuse except earth, large tree trunks, branches and roots, construction and building wastes, concrete, concrete blocks or similar waste materials Where practical all rubbish is to be wrapped, tied or containerized. Burning barrels, for those who plan to convert them to incinerators or keep them as momentos. are to be put back in yards immediately after a zone clean-up is completed Barrels that remain in the lane will be hauled away. Cost of the clean-up campaign this year is estimated at 22 no- AVE. N Minister turns sod for sheep plant Sod was turned Friday for the processing plant that officials claim will usher in a new era of prosperity for sheep producers and will provide consumers with continuous supplies of lamb. The co-op sheep specialty plant at Innisfail will cost about million plus for additional equipment. It is to be completed by October Hugh Homer, Alberta agriculture minister, and Cliff Doan, MLA for Innisfail, SPECIAL! "Baribocraft" Maple CHEESE BOARD Combination of Canadian maple and genuine natural cleft slate The 2 knives are stainless steel with black matching handles Sizet 11" x 20" Regular 17.95 Special 12 95 Ctll China 327-5767 DOWNTOWN officiated at the sod-turning ceremony The plant will greatly affect sheep production throughout Western Canada and will be directed by board members from Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan. L R Jensen of Magrath is chairman of the board. Betty Cyr of Pincher Creek is secretary and Jack Campbell of Caroline is vice-chairman. Directors from Alberta are Ivor Hughes. Onoway: Koos Luiken, Manning, Tom Reed, south Edmonton, and Tom Simpson of Tilley. CirtlllBd Mechanic CLIFF BLACK, BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLOB. Lower PHONE 327-2122 Now is the time to consider Air Conditioning while PRE-SEASON PRICES are ttill in effect Installed by Charlton Hill LTD. 1262-2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 Clocks ahead Lethbridge residents will be turning their clocks ahead overnight as the province goes on Daylight Saving Time, and Bob Davies has one of the big- gest clock-setting chores in town. As cleaning super- intendent at the Post Office Building, he has to adjust the big clock in the tower. The Change will occur at 2 a.m. Moun- tain Standard Time, Sun- day, which will suddenly become 3 a.m. Mountain Daylight The lost hour will be made up in the fall. Provincial court All that trouble for U.S. beer THE CANADIAN CORPS OF COMMISSIONAIRES (SOUTHERN ALBERTA) Wishes to advise its Lethbridge customers that effective APRIL CSM W. McMITCHELL, C.C. of C. is the Officer-ln-Charge of THE LETHBRIDGE DETACHMENT CSM McMITCHELL may be contacted at 328-9836 612 -30th Street South "All that trouble for an inferior remarked Provincial Judge Lloyd. W. Hudson Friday as he fined two men each for crossing the border into Canada at a place other than a port of entry. Monte Earl Barker, 20, of Lethbridge and Donald Ervin Loose, 20, of Magrath, were charged with illegal entry April 12 after being arrested in a farmer's field on the Canadian side of the border a half mile west of Coutts- Sweetgrass. Barker was also charged with possession of beer that was not purchased from the Alberta Liquor Control Board or an authorized vendor. He was fined on that count. Representatives of the two men pleaded guilty on their behalf. RCMP made the arrests after American immigration officials phoned and said that two men in an Alberta car had bought a six-pack of beer from a Sweetgrass tavern and were headed west along the border. A Lethbridge man charged with possession of marijuana for the purposes of trafficking was remanded in provincial court Friday to May 10 for election and plea Pat William Lingaard, 21, was arrested by RCMP in Lethbridge April 3. He was released on his own recognizance. FOX DENTURE CLINIC Est. 1922 PHONE 327-6565 E. S. P. FOX, C.D.M. FOX LETHBRIDGE DENTAL LAB 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS SI BO Installed Phone 321-2176 Dr. D. E. Dudley Chiropractor wishes to announce the relocation of his office to 1013 3rd Avenue S., Lethbridge Office Hours by Appointment Phone 328-1338 MOVING? ATTENTION! Home Buyers, Contractors, Developers, Real Estate Agents. 44 Choice lots for sale in the Village of Nobleford Only 18 minutes from Lethbridge Fully serviced (underground) Paved streets and sidewalks Adjacent to elementary and junior high schools priced per front loot Contact the Village Office before Friday May 3rd Phone C. CLEMENTS: also a few Mobile Home Lots Available MlllfttS CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES Garlock Garlock 510 Enamel Cultrpiltai Ytllow Prepares, Primes and Protects in one application, in less time at lower cost. Also available in Spray Paint. OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. St. North Phone 327-1571 or contact the 'OLIVER DEALER" nearest you. Group eyes federal for gallery The Citizen's Committee for a Lethbridge and District Art Gallery says it can get federal funding for renovations to the city's old library. In a brief submitted Friday to the Community Services Advisory Committee, the art gallery group says money is also available from the Nationl Museums of Canada for the initial two years of operation of a gallery- museum. The committee's campaign earlier this year convinced city council to reverse a decision to convert the Gait Gardens library into community services department offices. But instead of turning the building over to the art gallery supporters, council decided to ask for submissions from all community groups interested in using the building. Applications are to be turned into the advisory committee by Tuesday and so far there are only two the art gallery group's and one from the Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization. The community services department says three other applications were requested but so far have not been returned. These were from the Golden Mile Senior Citizen Centre, the public school system and a group advocating a Centre for Disabled and Senior Citizens The advisory committee will review the submissions at a special meeting next month and make a recommendation to council on the future of the old library. No date has yet been set for the meeting. The brief from the citizens' committee for an art gallery MIKE HANZEL Extra For Every Pilr 371 -7th Street South includes written quotations from several city contractors estimating the total renovation cost of converting the old library to an art gallery at J26.477. According to a letter received by the committee from the National Museums of Canada and included in the committee's submission, the city could fit into a National Exhibition Centre program. This program envisages the creation of facilities where no gallery or museum exists, so that citizens of medium and small-sized centres can receive exhibits circulated by the associate and national museums, the letter says. Associate museums in the province are the Edmonton Art Gallery, the Glenbow Institute in Calgary and the Provincial Museums and Archives in Edmonton The approach of the National Exhibition Centre program is multi-disciplinary and includes art, natural and human history and natural sciences. The gallery-museum, says the citizens' committee brief, would provide a unique opportunity for Lethbridge and District residents of all ages and interests to view a variety of displays. "The gallery museum in the park will enhance the entire city, expecially the downtown area, and become a focal point of community it says. The group estimates yearly operating costs of the gallery museum will be about per year ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th St. S. Phone 328-4095 GUARANTIED SERVICE To SONY. LLOYDS, PIONEER, NORESCO, mott oth.r mikei ol ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 2 to You ANGLO STIRIO A PHOTO DIPT. 41A 5th Street South Phone 328-0575 MEALS ON WHEELS AT NOMINAL COST For Further Information Phone 327-7990 Member ol Community Social Service, HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. S. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Booki Vou (24 Hour Service II NeCMtiry) We provide complimentary personalized head table place cards with each order! FREE CUSTOMER PARKING 12 crlip tried chicken 4 Corn 4 Dinner French Frlei or Paulo Sil.d Sweet and Sour DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR FOR ONLY .95 JUST CALL 327-0240 or 327-2297 4 LOTUS INN Across from the CPR Depot MAYISHIRE-A-STUDENT MONTH KICK OFF BREAKFAST A.M. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1st PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL TICKETS ;