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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta LAST CALL! ALL ABOARD! EXPO WIND-UP TOUR DEPARTING SEPT. 8th FOR INFORMATION CAU BUTTE TRAVEL 1271 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-3201 328-6858 The Lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridgc, Alberta, Monday, August 24, 1970 PAGES 9 TO 16 J ci'i'y la tin's A. E. CROSS Where Every Thursday is "Kiddies' Day" Phone Now For Your Appointment 327-2673 This complex involves five city blocks, more than million in buildings and equipment (half of it at students and 160 teachers. I T> .7 n 7 Tn I School Starts 9 a.m. Aug. 25 Tomorrow's (lie Big Day fur most of Lcthbridgt's pub- lic and separate school stu- dents: it's back to school, start- ing at 9 a.m. Tuesday only. Lcthbridgc Collegiate Insti- tute students will not return un- til th3ir school is finished for them: Sept. 8. School zones, with 20 miles per hour speed limits are in ef- fect from 8 a.m. to a.m., a.m. to p.m. and 3 p.m. to p.m. In the picture at left, the city's so- educational complex is shown in an aerial view: at bottom left is St. Mary's School; next (continuing along 5th Ave. S.) is Catholic Central High School (whose south left end is the olo' St. Joseph's and north end the old St. next is the LCI complex; and at the top is Hamilton Junior High School. Bid By Laing Construction Sisters From Sewage Plant Contract On Council Agenda St. Michael's Tom Nutting, city about H per cent above the es- will recommend to city council I timated cost and is also for tonight that it award the con- tract for the building of Leth- bridge's secondary sew age plant to Laing Construction and Equipment Ltd. of Calgary. Laing's bid of was Sept. 1, 1971 completion date, three months later' than the deadline set by the province. Lions Club To Hold On To Coach Lakevicw Lions Club presi- dent Jack Butlin told The Her- ald today the club has no in- tention of relinquishing the Cal- low Coach at this' lime to Northern Bus Lines. "At one time we offered to give it away to any charitable organization that would put it to use in the proper manner, but we have no intention of al- lowing a private individual or concern to take it over. We in- tend to put it to use ourselves as soon as we are able. The coach is designed for wheel-chair use, and has been at the disposal of handicapped persons for outings to parks in the area. STATUTORY GRAPE COMING SOON Ted Lawrence, engineering director, has written to the pro- vincial government requesting an extension of the completion date and a further grant for the project from the 1970 Cen- tral Mortgage and Housing Corporation allotment for the province. Council will also hear a brief from Dr. Scott Angus, chair- man of the Lethbridge and Re- gion M.ental Health Planning Council, on the possible in- tegration of health and social services. Tne planning council, set up last year under the auspices of the provincial government, has been studying psychiatric services. It has defined as one of the region's major needs a psychi- atric unit, integrated with a general hospital, to serve Southern Alberta. been agreed thai such a unit should be set up in the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital Because of the close, relation- ship between physical and emo- j Lines, that the city transit sys-; way for high rise tional illness, the planning 1 tern was cutting into North-! ment the Drive, including j council is requesting that i em's chailer service. a proposed 10 storey motor he: Mr. Nutting notes in his re- hotel. port that at no time has the city arbitrarily cut charter develop-'Attend Meet Gravel Island Under Review heallh and social services placed under the control of one elected board. Council will be asked to give agreement in principle to the idea and to forward its recom- mendation to the ministers of health and social development. A report will be submitted to council by Tom Nutting, city manager, in response to charges at the last meeting of council by lawyer G, P. Offet, representing Northern Bus prices and that if it.has been; m-s club that council assist the able to offer lower prices it j ciub ;n moving to a new loca- has been because it has been j tion. The club now operates able to use larger buses, there- from the Civic Sports Centre by cutting the cost of opera-] courts, which they say are be- Uon. coming Over crowded. Given Up for' second and third read- i as a possible clubhouse is the mgs tonight is a zoning bylaw i old No. 2 fire hall on 13th St. that would allow increased den-1 N., soon to be torn down or sity standards along Mayor I moved to make way for the Magrath Drive. This opens the! Centre Village Mall, Fines Harry McNeil of the Yukon and Jan Kawnik of Lethbridge pleaded guilty in magistrate's court in Lethbridge Monday to impaired driving and were each fined Both had (heir drivers' licen- ces suspended for six months. McNeil was fined an addi- tional for refusing to take a breathalyzer test. Details of an agreement j stripped of its vegetation. Sister M. Clarissa Chisholm, between the provincial high-' Mr. Brown said Monday that administrator of St. and Sister Evelyn Rusic were elected delegates the first general assembly the Sisters of St. Martha of An- tigonish Nova Scotia, which met Aug. 7 to 21 in Antigonish. The two-week in-depth study of the community and its apol- stolate by the Sisters of St. Martha was devoted to an ex- Michael's .ways department and the city.quotes in an item in Saturday's regarding the use of a river relating to the island t0 i island for highway gravel sup-1 and the agreement, were plies, are to be reviewed this wrongly attributed to him. week. Bill Brown, city suporinten- j dent of parks and recreation, j said Monday he will meet this j week with local representatives j of the highways department, to j ploration into some basic prin- ciples and human values upon which to base the experience of living in the religious commu- nity of the 1970s. discuss the agreement. Some persons say the high- ways department has broken the agreement by instructing the contractor to take gravel from the south end of the island. The north end Recovering Linda Deal. 13. of 1131 12 St. E. S., is "progressing satisfac- torily" in Pincher Creek hospi- tal where she was taken Wednesday following a motor of the i vehicle accident in the Camer- Foui- working papers were i had been previous. on Lake area. presented for Worth of the discussion. The Person, Person and Community, Freedom and Responsibility, and Diversity. Unity and IS UP AND DOWN CANCER MORTALITY cm early stage before it has begun to spread, is the primary reason for the overall decline in the cancer death rate among women. When this can. cor is diagnosed early it is almost 100% curable. On the other hand, cancer of the lung has increas- ed more than 15 times over the past three dec- ades. It is considered a largely preventable dis- ease. Has your physician x-raycd your lungs re- cently? DRAFFIN'S OPEN at every morning. DRAFFIN'S TOUR Pat Ewing Mrs. Anne Campbell and Colleen Cully, garbed in oppare! they brought home from a two-week Japanese tour last month by the Teen Clefs, enjoy some Japanese tea. The 20-girl choir, which appeared for one week af Expo 70 in Osaka, and also at Tokyo, will present an informal concert Wednesday night at the Yates Memorial Centre comprising songs they sang in Japan. The concert, to star! at will also include showing of slides and exhibition of souvenirs. The perfor- mance will be free. The New look at "OFFICE FURNITURE SHOWROOM" offering a complete selection of office furniture for every taste and budget CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13th Street N. Phone 327-4591 Paving At Jail I Tollestrup Construction Lim- j ited of Lethbridge has been i awarded a contract for the sum of for paving at Hie j Provincial Jail. i Warden Leslie Fisher said j the work would be around the i main buildings and several en- I try roads to update the roads and grounds. McNally Fire Saturday The Lethbridge lire depart- ment was called to the home of Aris Slingerland, one mile south of McNally School, Sat- urday afternoon. Apparently Mr. Slingerland was burning weeds when the fire got out of hand. It quickly spread to seme bales of hay and the house. Damage was described by fire department officials as medium. The house was main- ly smoke and water damaged. hospital later this week. She was in critical condition lasl week with severe cuts and skull fracture. ly and it was the understanding Miss Deal, daughter of Mrs. of some that the rest of the j Clara Deal, is expected to oe island would be left in its nat-} transferred a LfitMn'idge ural state. The gravel contractor, work- ing for the province, moved onto the south end of the island iast week and has been scrap- ing off the overburden to get to the gravel. The agreement by the high- ways department was made following protests by the city and various groups and individ- uals after the island was half COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM IN5TAUATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denfdi Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. PHONE 327-2822 SAVE TOP 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A 59.95 MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES All AT INUTE UFFLER INSTALLATIONS 509 6th Avenue South Phone 328-8134 Army, Navy and Air Force 34 BINGO IN THE CLUBROOMS Tues., Aug. 25th JACKPOT Blackout in 55 Not. For Members and Their Guests! SERVED DAILY 12 TO 2 P.M. In our licensed Dining Room! NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED! PLENTY OF FREE PARKING! I ANYWHERE Enjoy our Luncheon Buffet Served Every Day Of The Week! v Prime R" Smorgasbord ;