Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Plan Your Hawaiian Vacation Now. Wo Represent Funsookors Jot Away Tours CP Air FunSun Advcnluro Tours Pleusurumti Tours ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The lethlniclgc Herald SECOND SECTION Lclhbridgc, Albciiu, Thursday, August 3, 1972 PACKS 11 TO 22 NOW IN OUR NEW IOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDC. 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 "Do you liovo a ipare pair of glosiel tot holiday Distillery .site Management., labor agree By GREG Mcl.NTYHE Herald .Staff Writer Labor and management rep- resentatives involved in con- jstructicin of a 512 million dis- jtillcry in 1-eUibridgc come away from a prc-job conference Wednesday confident that labor difficulties can IK nipped in tlie bud. Hiring of non-union workers has already surfaced as a po- j tcntially explosive issue. Construction company offi- cers, under contract (o Interna- tional Distillers Canada Ltd. of Toronto assured 20 union offi- cials representing a variety oE trades that all hiring will he through Hie unions. While management lias the right to hire whomever it pleases, it will save a lot oi "trouble1' if only union mem- j Ijers aro hired, union officials I said. floy Brando, secretary of (ho Lethbridgc Building Con- struction Trades Council and THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CAMPUS PLAN million university campus now complete Tola! cost of Hie Univcr.sUy of Lcllibridgc lias risen lo million with the completion at the end of July of ;i physical education-fine arLs Inulding. The campus, to he official- ly opened Sept. 22 lo 2'J, now consists of main huUtlinfis, Ilio phys ed-a r t s building and Ihc eight-level academic-resi- dent inl building nestled in the west brink of (ho Hiver. I-ong-range plnns for the uni- versity campus include more wings to added (o the SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODEILING Phono 328-2176 DRIVING LESSONS (By The Hour) Phono 327-1241 ABC DRIVING ACADEMY I academic residential building J .so that the university can QC 'commcxlate students. There arc only students now. Pr ef ah 1 m i Ed i arc bci ng moved from the Txrthhrldgc Community College site at Ihc south end of town out lo Ihc west .side this summer. Thc.sc six portables, with total area of square feet, were purchased by the univer- sity in and will be used in H service complex near the north end of the campus park irifj lot to house mainlenancc, shipping ami purchasing, pro- duction services, student ser- vices and a bank office. They arc lo be furnished and ready for use this fait. At that lime, the U of L, will have lo- ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwnrii Bldg. S32 5lh St. S. Phone 328-4095 COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 8-TRACK TAPE SALE! AAUSICLAND PRESENTS Columbia Records of Canada Ltd. NEWEST RELEASES (SPECIALLY PRICED) GREATEST HITS Simon ond GcirfunVcl EDGAR WINTER'S WHITE TRASH w ROADWORK Edgar Winlur SPECIAL TAPE EXCHANGE 990 (With exchange of your old Icipo 8 track) r Cor. 3rd Avc. and 13lh St. S. PHONE 327-1056 P J tally severed 1U physical con- nection with the college, where the university started the sum- mer of 1967. University officials have coin- ed the term "on 72" Official 1972 for ceremonies in September to mark (he first New approach said needed to public housing in Canada A continued trend toward mass production of low cnst housing could to detrimental to Canadians within a genera- tion, Don Wilson, president of Ihc National Housing jmd Ur- ban Development Association, said here Wednesday. Mr. Wilson told members of the Lcthbridgc Housing Asso- ciation Ihnt Canadians arc the "finest housed people in the world." He cautioned, how- ever, he may not ho able to make that statement in 15 to 20 years if "we were to ron- linue to produce low cost, smaller houses on smaller ed lots." The for public housing assistance is recofinized by Mr. Wilson, but, he advises, a new approach is needed. Subsidized housing for senior cjliv.cns and Ihe imder-pnviU'g- ed must IK- "sociologically anrl psychologically acceptable. We can't have predetermined seg- regated housing." Government programs based on with a .sub- sidy lor tile family and not the building, will help Canada maintain its high housing standards, he said. Homeownership is a more at- tainable goal for new families here than anywhere else in the world, he said, and the picture is gelling heller. Because of tlie "healthy con- sumer demand and an ado- (jiialc supply of mortgage housing units are being built this year in Canada, he said, compared with last year. year of operation of the new campus, designed by Vancou- ver architect Arthur Erickson. The showcase concrete aca- demic-residential building built into the coulees was featured in a February issue of Time magazine. The bottom four levels house student residences, while the lop four are occupied by leclure theatres, classrooms, library, bookstore and offices. The next development will be i construction of a ]f> million gal- lon water reservoir immediate- ly south of the existing build- ings. WINDOW COOLERS BTU BFU BTU LARGER SIZES AVAILABLE CHARITON MIL LTD. AIR CONDITIONING CENTRE Of THE SOUTH 1262 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 328-3383 If you can't stand the heat Get out of the kitchen! FOOD and PASTRY SHOP 2021 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 328-8161 170T M.M. DRIVE PHONE 328-7751 Bridge tourney on weekend The summer sectional bridge tournament sponsored by the Lcllibridgc Duplicate Bridge Unit will lake place Friday through Sunday at Svcn Erick- sen's Family HestaurEnt. About 200 from out of town are expected at the tour- namcut. Players will come from Oregon, Washington, Brit- ish Columbia and Alberta. Friday and Saturday, games slart at p.m. and 8 p.m. anil on Sunday at p.m. and G p.m. A special game lor novice players will be held Friday at 8 p.m., for players with less than five master points. Sicks1 Lethbriclge Brewery Ltd. is donating trophies for the Masters pairs, Open pairs and Swiss team. Trophies for the other games will he given by the I.cthhridge Bridge Unit Hoard. Anyone interested in bridge is welcome, even if it is just lo watch the games. Tlie reservoir will occupy nine acres and supply water for sprinkling lawns ami ether irri- gation purposes on campus. It may also be used for boating and swimming. Tenders for the reservoir pro- ject will be called late this month and the facility is lo be built to be in operation by spring 1973. Tlie million complex In- cludes: the academic residen- tial building, SI 1.8 million; physical education fine arts, SI.8 million; site work, mil- lion and utilities, Tile a c a d e m i c-rcsidential building is square feet in total area. The phys ed-arls building is square feet in total, which includes a square foot gymnasium, the largest In southern Alberta Receives degree Dexter Groves, son of Mr. and Mrs. Len Groves of Lcth- bridgc, has successfully com- pleted his five year program of studies with the Appraisal Institute of Canada and has ceived his AACI degree. lie has been transfered to the head office of Central Mortgage Housing Corporation in Ottawa. MIKE HANZEL 317 7th STREET SOUTH CUFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mschamc BLACK DENTAL LAP Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL 8LDG. PHONE 327-2822 meet tonight A meeting of ail people In- terested in formation of a year- round youth hostel, or in be- coming members of the Cana- dian Youth Hostel Association, wilt be held tonight at The meeting will be held In (he office of the southern Al- berta CYHA co ordinator, Don Forfar, at iCHG Mayor Ma- grath Drive, in Zeller's County Fair Shopping Mall. The hostel to discussed will he set up near West Castle. with recreational facilities and programs provided for those who use il. Memtership is open to people of any age, but those under M years must be companied in- a guardian. Mr. Forfar may be contacted at 323-7633 for further informa- tion. business ngent for Oio Car- penters 346, pointed to picketing thai plagued con- struction at the University ot Lethbridge on at least two occa- sions. The major was em- ployment non-union help. Mr. lierlando said distillery construction could proceed without the problems that be- set the university if manage- ment would co-operate with the unions in hiring union and Lclhbridr-e-arca workers. "Otherwise you'll have a jun- gie situation, an invasion of out- he predicted. Officials from Stone and Canada Ltd., engi- neers, and Bird Construction of Calgary, general contractor for the first phase of the distillery project, also gave assurances that there will be regular shop steward meetings to discuss working conditions and a safety committee established. Union officials represented painters, bricklayers, carpent- ers, teamsters, electricians ironworkers, plumbers, opcrat- engineers, sheet metal workers, millwrights, and lab- orers. Work on the distillery, lo- cated near 23th St. N. and 9th Ave., started at the cnrl of July. Ho, hum, no LCC hoard appointments There Is still no decision from the Alberta government cabinet which met Tuesday, on who to appoint to the Leth- bridge Community College board of governors or on when (he appointment's will be made. The college has ticen operat- ing without a board for t month now, short four govern- ors and a board chairman and lacking sufficient legal members even to constitute a quorum. flRTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING ARTISTS' SUPPLIES jj flRT i GALLERV 710 S AVE S M Hoyt's Is Tho Place To Visit For Souvenir Items HAND CRAFTED CROCKERY by CAMERON In Old Faihioned Molifi JUGS MUGS ASH TRAYS COOKIE JAR CANNISTER SET Priced from Only 2-49 Call Chino 327-5767 DOWNTOWN UNIROYALZETA MAKE TIME STAND STILL With film and Cameras from McCready-Baines STOCKING THE FINEST IN 35 mm Cameras Instamatic Cameras 41 Movie Cameras 9 Complete Accessories Name Brand Film Mileage Guaranteed" Tires ZETA 40M RADIAL Ironclad Guarantee CHARGEX McCREADY-BAlNES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Avo. S. 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