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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta DID "U" KNOW For only enjoy a 2 country milo 30 day tripngle trip. Vitit Calgary, Van- couver, San Francisco, tos Angeles, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calnnry. Stop whom you long as you want. For further details contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 3SB-3201 or The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION LcUibridge, Alberta, Tuesday, August 24, 1971 PAGES 9 TO 18 ll'i o GREAT DAY lo 5ERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITE (Special Prices on Bulk Ordeo) ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-3161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 vage Cily Manager Tom Nulling j action inif'Jil be lo annllwr re- d city council Monday j qucsl for of liic coin- Lain" Construction Lid. of Cai- plclion [leadline. gary lias requested a two- A furlrer report lo council on month extension on completion (lie matter expected at the of Hie- cily's SJ.fi million scc-jSspl. 7 mettint1. or.diiry sewage trealmenl A penally clause j plant. is included in the cily's can- Deadline for (lie plar.l (o be tract v.'illi I..-: if Hie sewage in operation had originally i plant is not finished Sept. 1. been set by the health depart- The latest progress report on menl at Jiily I. but thisjllie i.s.uied in July, listed was put back lo Sept. 1 at the some parts of the project as reqiK'.sl of the city. mucb as !K: per writ complete', Mr. .VuUing said the consul- with oihers as low as only 45 ling firm for Ihe project had KNOTTY PROBLEM Question: how can more than sludenls, about 100 teachers, numerous caretakers, office staff personnel and extraneous other people be set- into a four block core? Answer: Put them all info Central High School, the Lethbridge Col- legiate Institute, Hamilton Junior High School and St. Mary's School. And this is the situation today, as Lelhbridgc students returned to classes for the start of their 1971- 1972 year. Pedestrian problems abound around the schools p.m. on all school days. at rush hour, but the biggest headaches are where to park cars, motorcycles and even bicycles. It's also this area where school zone speeds are important 20 miles per hour, from 8 fo a.m., a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 Christian School Government Associationl opens with 340 students will take part in city election The Alberla education curri- culum, spiced Christian doctrines, was hack at work today with the opening of the Imnianuel Christian School for the 1971-72 school year. Teaching grades to 9 wilh 14 teachers, the school opened with 340 students, an increase from 308 last year. Mient Visser, business admin- istrator, said two more rooms will be completed in the near future. They were buill with the help of raised duriug a Wiilkalhcm last year. Herman Koynebcll, newly- appointed principal, said t h c school is operated by (he So- ciety for Christian Education in Southern Alberta, a concerned group of people who wish to run a school in Christian orienta- tion. The tuition at Imiranuel Christian is ?500 per school year for the first child and only 550 for all additional children from any given family. Any parent can enroll his child as in a regular school, if they agree wilh the doctrines of the society: education from a Christian perspective, "The school follows the Al- berta curriculum but has Chris- tian said Mr. Koyn- ebell. Summer Limn'' h Easy Livin with FRESH DELICIOUS BREAD-PIES-PASTR1ES BIRTHDAYS and ANNIVERSARY CAKES From our Top Selection Kentucky Fried Chicken Potato Salad Cole Slaw 6 Macaroni Salad BEAN SALAD SVEN ERICKSEN'S FINE FOODS PASTRY SHOP 2 LOCATIONS Cor. M.M. Drlvo, 3rd Ave. S. Phone 3S8.B161 1705 Mogrnlh Drivo Phone 328-7752 By MYRON JOHNSON Stalf Wrilcr The Civic Government As- sociation is seeking candidates for (he Oct. 13 civic election to fill a number of anticipated va- available to _.r i._ son, a previous CGA candidate, for each of the candidates il j cpnlrc rn-nlnHinn CndOl'SCS, Mr. VillUC Said. cancies on cily council and city hospital and school boards. At a re-organizalion meeting Monday, Hie CGA selected committee chairmen to lead the search for candidates. Aid. Jim Anderson was cliosen chairman of the council com- mittee. Dr. Bill Beckel chair- man of Ihe school board om- mitlee and Terry Bland chair- man of the hospital committee. The CGA will meet again al j Friday noon at the Marquis 1 Hotel. Charles Virtue, CGA presi- i dent, said today Ihe group will if he seeks re-election. The CGA is a non-partisan group whose aim is to ensure that enough candidates are vacancies on Mr. Virtue bodies elective said. He said it appears there will be a number of vacancies to be filled this election perhaps three or four on council, as many on the school board, and probably three on the Lclli- bridge M u n i c i p a 1 Hospila] board and one for (he Aux iliary Hospital board. A public meeting mil be held Sept. 0 at 8 p m., t which the CGA will decide which candi- dulcs lo endorse. Nomination day is Sept. 13. The CGA will organize and endorse Mayor Andy Andcr-' pay for a moderate campaign BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS ON VITAMIN PREPARATIONS! PARAMETTE SIROP 20 01. hollle. Reg. S4.9S. SPECIAL 3.69 8 oz. bottle. Reg. SPECIAL 1 99 PARAMETTES Toblels 250. Reg. S9.92..... SPECIAL 6.'39 125. Reg. SPECIAL 3.99 50. Reg. 1 99 PARAMETTE FORTE 100. Reg. 6.09 (Double Slrenglh) 60. Reg. 55.20.......SPECIAL 3.90 POPULAR WAMPOIES MULTIVITAMINS 250. Reg. 3 89 100. Reg. 1.79 For olher back to school necessities, check our table of bar- gains at '.3 OFF. Rc-mpmbcr McCrcady-Boines also slocks a wide assortment of SUNDRIES COSMETICS PHOTO- GRAPHIC EQUIPMENT. SALES ARE BACKED BY SERVICE" McCREADY-BAlNES__________ PHARMACY LTD. CHARGp 614 3rd Ave. S. bat Phone 327-3555 "Also operciling WATERTON PHARMACY LTD. in Walerfon Notional Pork VOTE JOHN ANDERSON YOUR SOCIAL CREDIT CANDIDATE FOR LETHBRIDGE EAST Meet John At His Commiffee Room 445 Shoppers' World Phone 328-2125 Ininrlod by The. Iclhbridgo Edit Social Credit Comliluoncy Aisoclcilion The CGA is not a permanent organization. "It is just a group o[ cilizcns who get together at cleclion time lo ?fc there are enough candidates avail- Mr. Virtue said. It shuts dou'n after the election. He said tlie CGA espouses no party line or philosophy, but endorses candidates on their individual merit. County schools open Sept. I per cent lii.islied. studied meteorological records An estimate at that time put and could not find evidence to j the total ccnlr.ict at bcween 75 support Laings conlenlion that j ar.d 80 per cent complete. Some ir.c-lcmcnt weather had forced phases were o.pecled lo be the delay. finislirai on time: others, He cfferetl no prediction on specified, were not expected to what the hcallh department re- be ready Sept. 1. City balks at After a 30-minute closed sss-1 The hospital boards met sion Monday, city council representatives ot the contri- voted lo lablc a motion ap-1 btiling municipalities Aug. 19 proving in principle the amal- lo discuss the merger. Consent gamation of the boards af trus-; of the member municipalities tees of the Lethbridge Miinici-1 is required before the boards pal Hospital and the Lelh- can apply for the necessary bridge Auxiliary Hospital and Nursing Home District No. 5. There was a feeling not enough information on the need for the joining o[ the two boards had been supplied and they, along with the provincial hospital commission, are to be asked for further information. Alderman Vera Ferguson said she would like to have more facls about (lie reason- ing bclu'nd the request. Deputy Mayor Rex Little said he did order-in-council. Strom here Premier Harry Strom will be in Lelhbridge loniphl si p.m. for a Social Credit rally in Ihe Civic Sporls Centre. Mr. will be making n campaign speech jil public rally one of his last major addresses before the Aug. CO election campaign. Attending tonight's meet- ing will be several Social Credit candidates from south- ern Alberta including Dick and John Ander- son from Lelhbridge. Doug Miller. Taber C li ,-t r I e s Drain, Pmcher Creek-Crow E. man. Cardsfon and Uuckwell, M.iclccd Counly o[ Lethbridge schools will open their doors Sent 1, not Sept. 7 .is reported in Mon- day's Herald. More than 3.000 students mil converge on (he county's 1C schcols Sept. in Grades 1 to Tlie only exception is at Pic- j lure Bulic, where only t h e leachcrs start work Sopt. 1. Stu- dents (here are expected to at- lend school for Ihcir first day Sept. 2. prepared [or a full j schodult! of classes. LpLhbridgc city schools open- ed Icdav. Rezoning approved Third and final reading was given Monday by city council to a zoning iniaw amendment that will allow one formerly residential lot lo be used as not feel qualified to make a part of the parking lol for the decision on the basis of his new Holiday Inn on Mayor Ma- present information. j grath e. IS'o one spoke against the re- zoning at the public hearing held as part of Ihe regular pro- cedure on zoning bylaw amendments. Eesidents of the adjoining Glendale area had expressed displeasure vrith previous zoning changes re- lated lo the hotel development, allliougli opposition to the high- rise project was not unani- Potato acreage down Grain quota Tlie 1371 Southern potato grower's list shows both the number of growers and the acreage domi from 1970. This year there are 170 grow- ers compared lo 104 last year farming only lfl.9.36 acres, down from acres last year. The Municipal District of Ta- ker is Hie largest potato grow- ing area in south Alberta with 53 growers on acres. Alberta mous' The hotel is under construes lion and is to be finished in March of next year. CUFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDS. PHONE 327-2822 Lellibridgc and Medicine Hat shipping blocks have received non-cumulative barley and du- rum quoins for this crop year. Barley lias been extended to five bushels a quota acre wilh durum set at five bushels a I quota acre also. Nine shipping blocks had n Iwo bushel whcnt quota for No. 3 and lower grades, j lydhbridge was not included. CUSTOM BUILT ERECTED ON YOUR SITE Built to your Specification; size or shape to match your HOUGG Your Choice Exterior Gloss White Crimson Red Interior Lntex White WE WILL BE PLEASED TO QUOTE YOU ON THE COMPLETED JOB Deluding Carpentry, Concrete Work, Electrical, Etc. GALLON ONLY PAINT AND WALLPAPER 321 6TH STREET S. PHONES 327-8321 327-05] 1 ;