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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jtrry trry A. E. CHOSS We invite you to Invilt us fo your weddingl. PHONI 327-2473 The Icthbrldgc Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridge, Alberta, Thursday, April 30. 1J70 PAGES 13 TO 28 RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE SANOUtT FACIUTIES FOR 75 PEOPU Study Planned On Rezoning Mayor Magrath Development standards Vlwig North Lethbridge, council Mayor Magrath Drive are lessidMn't pay any attention, he than atag the Madeod Trail in said. Now, with Grelzmger's Calgary, a special cty council was Lotd day. The meeting was called PRAJUf PROVINCE ENQUMY-SPEAKERS James Richardson federal minister of supplies and services; Jean Marchand, federal minister of regional economic ex- pansion and Alberta Premier Harry Strom, will be major speakers at the Province Enquiry at the Lethbiidge Exhibition Pavilion May 10-13. Mr. Richard- son, 48, nationally-known businessman, will give the opening address May 10, Mr. Marchand, former president of the Confedert-'ion of National Trade Unions, speaks May 12, and Mr. Strom, third leader of ths Alberta Social Credit Party, will address and observers May 11. About 275 registrations have been received from Can- ada and foreign countries for the conference, which will examine the feasibility of politi- cal union by the Prairie provinces. co-sponsors are the University, of Leth-' bridge and the Lethbridge Herald. Group Urges Turn-Back On Sample Of Detergent A pick-up campaign has been organized by two LethbriJje to collect sample braes of the detergent Arctic Power distributed this week to most city homes. Pollution Control Southern Alberta and the Lethbridge Consumers' Association have started the drive, suggesting that the free distribution of de- tergent, was forcing recipients "into UK role of being pollu- ters." detergent is a heavy- Airy detergent with a high con- centration of phosphates, and the two groups say each sam- BOYD'S PHARMACY LTD. Ntit To Zolbr't 32S-J7W Pod Offo Prescription Max Factor and Du lorry Cevnrtia Dvllvirr a.m. to p.m.- Manaar thru Friday p.m. to p.m. >le DOT contains almost a half- pound of phosphate. Phosphates are said to be among the most harmful ol all common river poilulants. The collected packages ot the detergent will be returned to the company responsible for distributing them "as a state- ment-o( our disapproval of this method of advertising and of forcing the public said the release. The detergent was left on the doorsteps of city homes.. Drop-off points have been ar- ranged for everyone who wauls lo return the detergent sam- ples, at any of the three A and W locations, or at the House of Books, 319 tth St. S. The campaign organizers will also collect UK samples if householders can't drop them al any of these locations. Per- socs wanting the sample picked up can telephone 328-5902 il they live in North Lethbridge, and 327-0586 in South Leth- to an application by Ueo- ry Gretiinger, requesting per- mission lo build a 10-storey, W- unil motel adjacent Lo Mayor Hagrath Drive. Ervrin Adderley, executive director of the Oldman River Regional Planning Commis- sion suggested (hat courjcil should consider commercial de- velopment standards along Ma- yor Magrath Drive instead of just isolated cases such the propreed Gretiinger motet TTie proposal does not comply with existing legislation and in D.der Lo comply, development standards vould have, lo be lowered. Council decided that t study should be conducted to deter- mine the advisability of re- zoning a major portion of Ma- yor Magralh Drive and chang- ng me density and meot standards. Reports are to be presented to council within four weeks by city directors and planners. The Grelzinger application will be dealt foUming a de- cision on the development stan- dards for Mayor Magrath proposal am! the possibility of duagiitg the development con- cept of Mayor Magrath Drive, council listens to the planner "I think we're1' he said.- Gretringer motel, and 'get people working now, he saJd. a bunch of Approve the Expo Trip On Again Exps TO U on again for stu- dents on a Calgary based tour to Japan. The tour organizers have re- scheduled most of the seats re- quired by Lethbridge and southern Alberta students, but they will leave June 30 on a different flight. The original June 16 flight has been can celled. About 140 students were 'Fair Lady' Meeting Sunday An initial meeting of persons in joining the cast and crew of My Fair Lady, the Lethbridge Musical Theatre choice for next fall, will be held Sunday at In UK Yates Manorial Centre lounge. The popular musical, ID run Nov. 23-Dec. S at the Yales, will be directed by'Dick Melts, the city's cultural affairs superin- tendent Do you wish you had more faith in God? Come to this ChftsUin Science Lecture "THE FAMRY Of MAN- by HAROIO ROGERS C.S. May Slh I p.m. Hi. Auowtin.'. Pomh HaH Ilth 4th i. booked on the June If flight, 7C of them from Lethbridge, but the other cities involved in the tour couldn't find enough passengers to meet their quota Most of the Lethbridge stu- dents will be able lo travel to- gether under the Dew arrange- ments. Drive. Existing regulations would IGA Store For Centre Home and P i I f i e 1 d Foods Limited will operate a top-line supermarket in Marathon Real- ty's Centre Village-Mall on 13th St. N., Marathon's assistant gen- eral manager Bob .M alone has announced. The IGA supermarket will be located at the west end of the complex. It will cover square feet and contain the full facilities of an in-slore bakery. The Cenlre Village store wifl bring to three the number of IGA stores in Lethbridge. The others are Curie's IGA at 1516 9th Ave. S. and Mihatik's IGA al W2 13th SI. N. Nine IGAs are sen-iced out of Lethbridge facilities by Home and PitfteU. Mr. Makoe said aU indica- tjore point to a fully-occupied centre when it opens Oct. 1. Be- sides Simpsons Sears, the ma- jor tenant, there are to be 20 to 25 other stores. The IGA super- market and a junior depart- ment store, unearned, are other major leoanls. Mother Brown's FiSH CHIPS COD CHIPS 2 PCS .85 COD PER PIECE .30 FAMILY COD FRY 2.45 (FISH ONLYl-9 PCS HALIBUT CHIPS jpcs.1.15 HALIBUT PER PIECE .45 FAMILY HALIBUT FRY 3.70 (FISH PCS CHIPS PER .25 FAMILY CHIP FRY 1.15 (CHIPS 5 OPDFqS allow Gvstzinger to build only a four-storey motel instead of the proposed 10-slorey struc- ture. Original plans called for a IJ-slorey building of 96 units 'jut this was reduced to comply with parking requirements. While only 20 per cent of the land area would be covered by buildings (existing zoning al- lows 50 per cent land coverage) the density standard (ratio o[ square feet in a building to land area) is exceeded. It is quite possible that de- velopment standards could be- come more strict along the drive. Mr. Grstzmger said Thurs- day thai the city's zoning is a little out of date" and thought the study would be a good idea. The delay in processing his application will mean thai some of the students look- ing for work in the city will not be able to gel it this year, he said. He wns hopeful, however, that council will approve his application in a month. After that detailed plans would be drawn and work could get un- der way within a (ew weeks. The type of construction in- volved would require that the motel.be built in stages over two years. Alderman Camm Barnes urged council to take the ne- cessary action so the develop- ment could proceed imme- diately. He said council worries too much about the liHIe things. When planners recommended against approving Marathon Realty's shopping centre in Youths Fined For Assault An. 18 year old Lethbridge youth had his charged reduced from indecent assault to com- mon assault and was fined and costs or ID days in default of payment when he appeared in magistrate's court in Leth- bridge Wednesday. The incident involved a 16- year old Lethbridge girl and took place near a Lethbridge high school. A second youth also involved in the incident was fined and costs or ID days in default after being charged with com- mon assault. Both youths pleaded guilty to the charge of common assault. Authentically English Internalionally delicious Mother Brown'i Fish and Chips. Add a dash of Mother Brbwn'i special mo4t vinegar nnd sprinWe with salt and enjoy finest feast of fish and chipl ever. Incomparable. Pkk yours up today at AWIM Sovlll, Awm You and your family are non-drinken, Ab- Insurance Com- pany can probably offer you dwellinc Insurance at lower ratrn than you on now paying. How ore we able to do thii? thai non-drinkers are gen- more responsible people and are likely to h a v firei through carelessness the main of fires. Therefore, we con In- sure non-drinkeri of a preferred rote. This means you wve money with no reduction In in- surance protection, Why not compart Abstninen' premiums with your present ratn now? HUNT MSURANCf AGENCIES ITO. 1201 Jnl Anrm hut JM-7777 fteprestnttrtf r wmiNSUflANCE COMPANY 137-MI1 Hide Plant Approved In Principle Canada Packers I.'.d. receiv- ed approval in principle from the city's Municipal Planning Commission Wednesday for con- struction ol a hirV-proctssing plant, at 5th Avc. and 39th St. N. Final approval cannot be granted until detailed plans are submitted. The company sub- milted only plol plans showing the location or the proposed .ant on the properly. The plot plan showed a plant about square feet be- ing 180 feet by 132 feel in size. In other business, Kea Spence of the YMCA withdrew a re- uest for permission to estah- sh a youth hostel in a former wu'try processing and rege- able packing building at 906 1st S. It es'Jmaied it would cost to make the uilcling habitable. J. Johnsson and F. Stead ere granted permission to es- ablish a commercial kinder- garten for 30 children in the .akeview Mcnnonite Brethren Church at 1509 29lh St. S. weekdays from 9 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. An application from Superior requesting permission to establish retail gasoline pumps at 3303 5'Ji Avc. N. was tabled lending further study. Cough's Auto Body Lid. was refused permission to build an addition to an existing building at S06 nth St. S. which would tave been used tor storing new- ly-painted vehicles. Local Officials At Parks Meet ing arks conference and Rec- Tlte annual spri of the Alberta P reaticn Association began today in Medicine Hat and wili con- tinue until Sunday. Attending from Leth bridge will be Bill Brown, city parks and recreation superintendent, Holly Doe, parks supervisor, Steve Arisman, program co-or dinator, and Pal Webb, chair- man parks and recreation com- mission. Theme of the conference is Challenge of Chance and key- note speaker will be Jack Wad- dington, director of revenue programs, Edmonton. mother TAKE HOME FISH mow [ye Growers fleet Tonight An open meeting fer south- ern Alberta rye growers will held tonight al 8 p.m. in the Champion community hall. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the feasibility and advantages of forming a rye growers' association in south- ern Alberta. SAPC Meeting The Southern Alberta Poultry council will hold its regular monthly meeting tonight at UK El Rancho Motor Hotel at p.m. pGMS OUR BEST TO Remember her wilti a Gift of FLOWERS SUNDAY, MAY 10 Select her favorites here. Let us arrange a beautiful bouquet, amtrepiece, or cartage lo help you cay Happy Mother's Day FRACHES FLOWER SHOP st. s. Phofw 327-3747 YOUNG SINGER-Randy Huisnxin of Gilbert Paler- son School one of 25 entrants this week in the Grade 2 boys' scrioo] vocal class, socks ou4 a song, Healthy, Wealthy and Wise, during the Lethbridge arid District Kiwanis Music Festival. cvncDT CArcni RESTORED INSURED PUR STORAGE NEW YORK FURS 604A 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3276 LETHBRIDGE REFRIGERATION LTD. REFRIGERATION and AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE Phone 328-4333 CLIFF HACK, R.D.T.r C.D.M. HACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. Saturday! by Appoinrmnt PHONE 317-1111 McCreody-Baines Pharmacy YOUR FAMILY PHARMACY DEDICATED TO SERVE YOU! NEED A PRESCRIPTION FILLED? CALL 327 3555 IT'S VITAMIN SEASON TIME TO START THl fAMHY OUT ON VITAMINS ycur doctor then remi to for YSUT McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 014 3rd An. S., Lethbridge CALL 377-3SJJ FOR FREE HOMt DEUVEIY CHICKEN SPECIAL! Friday and Saturday Only 1 ECONOMY PAK Reg. 3.50 (9 PIECES OF CHICKEN) Reg, )7.50 PLUS FRENCH FRIES (Worth HANNIGAN'S BURGER KING "Home of Heavenly Fried Chicken" "The Chicken With Old Fashioned Goodness" 1415 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-4038 ;