Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
DID "U" KNOW For only tnjoy a 2 country rnilo 30 day Iriangle trip. Viilt Calgary, Van- couver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary. Slop where you long as you wont. For further details contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 328-3201 or 328-6184 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION LeLhbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, August 10, 1971 PAGES 9 TO 18 ll'i a GREAT DAY lo SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITE ried tfkfctait (Special Pricej on Bulk Orders) ERiCKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 Council to attend joint hospitals meet City aldermen will attend ai In a letter to council, LMH meeting Aug. 19 lo discuss a board chairman Frank Russell proposal to bring Lelhbridgn states: "The provincial govern- Municipal Hospital, Auxiliary Hospital, and Nursing Home District No. 5 under Ihe control of one board of trustees. City council Monday agreed that "as many members of council as are able" will altend the mecluig, at (lie invitation of the chairmen of the two hos- pitals' boards. All municipalities which con- tribute financially to the hos- pitals, including the city of Lethbridge, County of Lelh- bridge, M.D. of Tahcr, town of Taber and County of Warner, have been asked lo attend (he meeting at the Gait School of Nursing. Strom to visit city Premier Harry Str'om is ex- pected lo be in Lethbridge Aug. 24 as part of Hie election cam- paign. No details of the Lelh- bridge visit have been released by the premier's office, but it is considered likely Mr. S I r o m will address a Social Credit rally here. Mr. Strom is lo lour south- ern Alberta this weekend, and will spend part of Friday and all day Saturday campaigning in his home riding of Cypress. The tour, which ends Mon- day, will take him through a number of smaller southern centres on a mainstrecting campaign. Homeowner grants coming Homeowner grants received at city hall from Ihe provincial government now lotal Shipments of and brought the lotal lo dalo past the half-way mark of the applicalions government being pro- cessed at city hall for mailing to individual homeowners. ment has made it quite clear that II favors Lhe principle of regionalization of health care administration, and we feel that this principal should be ex- amined by all concerned muni- cipalities." At council Monday, Aid. Jim Anderson originally moved that "Mr. Russell advised health care is a provincial mailer and is of no concern lo Ihis govern- ment." "I'm fed up with Ibis health care Aid. Ander- son said. "We have no say. The bill will come in and we'll pay it. Until we have a real say, I don't care what happens." However, he agreed to with- draw lhi. motion, because "I've made my and council then passed the motion lo at- tend the meeting. The two hospitals and the nursing borne have already agreed to share senior adminis- trative staff, and "the next logical step would be to bring these institutions under Ihe control of one the let- ter to council states. in grant submitted lo the for processing. The granls are CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. PHONE 327-2822 Gait curator approved A curator is to be hired for the Sir Alexander Gait Mu- City council voted Monday to hire 'he spcciabst after some discussion on Lhe liming of (he hiring. Alderman Jim Ander- son pushed hard for immediate action lo prevent the loss of any- further valuable materials. The city's cultural heritage was "going down the dram" and would continue lo do so if a trained, full-time curator was not hired, he said. A profes- sional person on the job might also give direction to any moves the city might make to- ward building a new museum, he added. The council resolution also di- rects the city manager to in- vestigate possible provincial co- operation in planning and build- ing a museum, one in keeping with southern Alberta's unique history. Council also recognized the work done by those persons in- volved in the operation of the Gait museum. Mayor Andy An- derson indicated a formal civic function will be held to honor them. Goerge McKillop, Andy Stay- sko, Clarence Geiger, George Watson and Alex Johnson were singled out, although Mayor An- derson said others had also made valuable contributions and would be recognized. Senator and Mrs. James Gladstone with daughter Mrs. Hugh Dempsey Gladstones celebrate 60th wedding anniversary Senator and Mrs. James treaty Indian to be appointed lo I Gladslone of Cardslon were! that body where he sat as an Independent Conservative. The Gladstones have six chil- NEW! NOW IN STOCK! FUJICA ST701 SINGLE LENS REFLEX 35 MM CAMERA Fealures an entirely new concepl in melering. 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He retired from the Senate in January of this year after 13 years service. He was the first dren, two sons and four daugh- ters as well as 18 grandchil- dren and four great grandchil- dren. Hearing set Aug. 25 for shops closing bylaw Augus1" 25 was tentatively set i sons who travel to the city to I should be the ones involved in by city council Monday as the date for a public hearing into amendments to the city's shop closing ijylaw. Provided a suitable facility, such as the Yates Memorial Centre is available, the meet- ing will be held on that date and will be an evening affair, open to the public. Council was split on whether submissions should be accept- ed from anyone, or just from the merchants themselves. The actual resolution states that written submissions will be ac- cepted from all interested groups. Maj'or Andy Anderson said this meant that anyone repres- enting a group such a busi- ness, .len's association could make representation. Alderman Jim Anderson, who wrote the resolution, originally put in a phrase asking specifi- cally for submissions from the Lelhbridgc shopping region. He said he would favor throwing the bylaw out except that reg ular hours should be maintain- ed for the cnovenience of per- shop. This was deleted from the resolution, but in its final form the motion does not prohibit outside groups from making representations. j rewriting it. The possibility of getting different ideas" was brought out by Aid. Camm Barnes a prospect most of the aldermen felt would be the There was some concern j result if the hearing allowed about getting too many ideas subp'i.ssions from anyone and on how the bylaw should ne re- i everyone, vised. Aid. Steve Kotch said the J The proposed amendments bylaw had been written for are the result of a delegation local businessmen and they lo council at the meeting from several of the larger chain stores. They asked for a change in council's policy on the bylaw. One possible amendment sug- i gested at the Lime was all- day Wednesday shopping, with more night shopping at Christ- mas. RCMP assistance request Anyone having any knowl- edge of the Aug. 1 drowning in Park Lake of Richard Allen Blazejak, 6, of Lethbridge at about 5 p.m. is requested to contact (he nearest detachment of the RCMP as loon as possi- ble. Advance polling dates announced for election Open fires banned Voting in the advance poU for the Aug. 30 provincial elec- tion will he held Aug. 24 28 from II a.m. to 9 p.m. daily for any eligible voter who ex- pects to be out of town elec- tion day. The advance poll is located in the constituency returning office. The Lelhbridge Easl re- luming office is in Shoppers World (Holiday while the Lethbridge West office is at 2nd Ave. and 8th St. S. To be eligible to vote, an in- dividual must be at least 18 years old, be a Canadian citi- zen or British subject, and have lived in Alberta for one year Strom denies claims of Alberta water export Premier Harry Srom has ex- pressed displeasure with an well this is the position of the "implication" Conservative "The Opposition knows very water resource usage. and his constituency for one month. Enumeration is nearly com- pleted in Lethbridge West, and voters lists in that constitu- ency should be posted by Thurs- day. The Lethbridge East re- turning office reported Monday enumeration in that riding is "going but was uncertain when voters lists would be pre- Lists will Ire posted at schools and at the returning offices, and eligible voters are advised to check them lo ensure their names have been included. Anyone missed in enumera- tion can have his name added to the voters list by visiting or telephoning his returning office or 328-5163 in Lelh- bridge East; 328-2540 or 328-3463 in Lethbridge West. i The Walerton Lakes National Park superintendent has ban- ned all fires in the park ex- cept in kitchen shelter stoves until the extreme fire hazard i has been reduced. I The tire hazard is extreme I also in the EIko Range be- tween Fernic and Cranbrook where a similar ban on open fires has been imposed. The smoke haze over Leth- bridge this morning has drifted in from fires in the Banff and Glacier national parks west of Calgdry. In lhat area. Bow River For- est Reserve officials reported fires blazing within a few feet of campsites, some caused by barbecue coals which were dumped on the ground and left to smoulder. As a result, a ban has been put on barbecues and stoves as well as open fires. Five campers who set open fires in Ihe forest reserve Mon- day 'ace fines of at least S100. by Progressive i government although they have lhat the Social Credit government is consider- ing exporting Alberta water. I Conservative Leader Peter OVl'lllI" i Loughecd, in a short speech in I cut I LeLhbridge last week, said water 'resources ''should be rated as Bruce Collet, son of Mr. and I vm. Of priorilios Mrs. Celdar L. Collet of Loth- u j (hink we liave ollr bridge, has been awarded a, iol.jties rigllti" fellowship grant by the; p University of Illinois. lie wi'll been trying lo suggest other- wise lo the people of Alberta." The 57-year-old Socred leader clso indicated "Alberta leads all provinces in the careful management and planning of "As a native Albertan 1 know very well the special require- ments "f this part of the prov- ince." Mr. Strom was born in Bur- delt and has represented the southern riding of Cypress since 1955. complete require- ment for a bachelors degree at Utah Slate University this summer. His major is comput- er science, The grant is provided by one of the large national pub- lic accounting firms and no services are required of Ihe recipient. In addi'.ion lo Ihe granl, tuition and fees for the year have been waived. Rezoning for proposed Under a Conservative govern- ment, surplus water would be preserved, not exported. Mr. Strom challenged the statements in a release tele-1 of 2slh st and ard Ave- phoncd Monday from his cam-; S. will be delayed while city City dclavs rezonine; J lownhousc development in the paign office. "Several months ago I issued a clear statement that there would be no export of Alberta water in the forseeable future and that we are giving no con sideralion lo such export. THE CAMPBELL CLINIC LETHBRIDGE OFFICE is pleased to announce Dr. J. J. R. Haberman has joined Ihe medical slaff as a FAMILY PHYSICIAN Campbell Clinic Phone 328-8101 council ascertains the reason for the application. Tire rezouhig application by B and H Homes Ltd. of Cal- gary would allow the firm to build 1G limited dividend town- house rental units, provided the project is approved by the Mun- icipal Planning Commission. Alderman Jim Anderson sug- gested council should find out if the rezoning was necessary for the firm's mortgage ar- rangements. He said if it is not, the city could exert more con- trol over the development by leaving the area zoned Rl, rather than making it R2. Residents of the area have objected to any large develop- ment and city planners have recommended against the re- zoning as it would allow a high- rise development. Dick Gruenwald is the man we need to represent Lethbridge West Meet Dick at his headquarters 323 7ih Street S. Phone 328-8954 Inserted by Iho Lcthbridfjo West Constituency Social Credit Association We're GLAD YOU Enjoy. 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