Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
J4 THE VETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Auguit 56, 1972 council enda A 911 emergency number Is planned in conjunction with re- location o( (lie city tiro depart- ment headquarters. City council MonHny will be risked to approve tho Wring ol architects lo draw the plans for n new fire hall on 6tli Avc. In tho downtown nrea. Approval Is also needed for an initial expense to set up the emergency number sys- tem. Tho system would be in- stalled in the relocated head- quarters nt No. 2 Fire Hull on the north side. Headquarters relocation requires council ap- proval. The existing headquarters at 2nd Ave. and 4th St. S. is caus- ing unspecified "grave con- one of which is the ar- rival of a 100-foot aerial ladder truck which the building will not hold. Council will also consider ac- ccoling the bid of Kenwood En- gineering Construction Ltd, for modifications to the water treatment plant and Mayor Magrath Drive pumping sta- tion. Parking regulation at the uni versify, hospitals and in the shopping centres is also on Monday's council agenda. The question of extending po- lice service into parking lots at the hospitals and the shopping centres should be answered by the provincial government, City Manager Tom Nutting says in a letter to council. Mr. Nutting has recommend- ed the provincial government be asked to allow municipal ities to pass bylaws givuig pri- vate parties, such as slipping centre owners, the authority to control their own parking facili- ties. The government must also clarify whether or not the city can donate fine money, receiv- ed from parking violators at the University of Lcthbridge, to the university. Other agenda items include: n letter from a Lakevicw resident concerned about the "stench which apparently eman- ates from the rendering plant on 43rd St." and about the noise caused by such events as the stock car races in the Ex- hibition Grounds; a letter from the Leth- bridge Housing Association re< questing a meeting with coun- cil to discuss statements made by city officials about local housing costs. Preschool pa rents meet There win be a meeting o! the I-ethbridqe Preschool Ser- vices parents' group Monday at 3 p.m. in the Galbraith Elemen- tary School, 8th Ave. and 10th St. N. Parents are Invited to meet the new teacher, aide and pre- school services board. The project replaces Head- Start In the city. WITH EPTIC ERVICE PUMPING SEPTIC TANKS SUMPS OIL SPIltS, etc. HI-WAY 3 EAST IETHBRIDGE, AL7A. Potrics Taylor studies rock screenings Coleman archeology dig One of the animal bonei found in excavation wall Pounders, scrapers and knives among the artifact! Archeology iludent Marie Murray learchej CATALOGUER CALGARY. Required in the learning Koiourcei Centre, Southern AFberta Institute of Technology. Requirei B.L.5. or M.l.S, and minimum of two yean cataloguing experience. Salary to pir annum depending on Closes September 8f 1972. Competition No. 0660-C-2. APPLY. GOVERNMENT OF AISERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM SCO TERRACE BUILDING 96 AVENUE and 106 STRSET EDMONTON, T5K 2C1 SUTAU. EGGS The eggs of the swordfish are almost too small lo see. McDonnell's HAMBURGERS ARE 2002 3rd AVE. S. A sample of the arrow heads and ipear Field director Jim Colder ponden find Dr. Brian Reevei talks reporter Swiliart Pholcn by Elwood Ferguion V choir seeks new singers OTiCE ALL RESIDENTS BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS Under the City of Lethbridge Wastes By-Law No. 2472, Section 15, no person is to convey any type of refuse (except for soil, sand, gravel or concrete) through City streets without using properly covered metal containers or in a vehicle covered with canvas or tarpaulin so as to prevent the contents from being wind borne or falling on the streets. Enforcement of this section of the bylaw will begin im- mediately and any person contravening the bylaw is guilty of an offense and is liable upon summary conviction to a fine not exceeding and costs. ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT The University of choir, entering its sixth consec- utive year of operation, is now accepting new members and planning rehearsals for the com- im; musical season. The choir is one of the even- ing courses offered in the con- tinuing education program at the U of L. Rehearsals for the choir will he held on Tuesdays from p.m. to p.m. in tho As- sumption School auditorium sturtins Sept. 12. Anyone interested in joining I he choir should contact Lucien Ncedham of (he U of L, 323- 2111. HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th Si. S. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPIETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Irwitafioni fr (24 Hour Service IF Necessary) BritJfl Books Thank You Matchei provide ccmplimenlciry personalired head table ploco cordi wflfi cnch ordorl FREE CUSTOMER PARKING SPECIAL! LARGE VELVET PAINTINGS WITH HAND COVERED FRAMES Special in effect Aug. 26 until Sept. 2 MEXICAN ARTIFACTS COALDAIE CLOSED MONDAY DR. RALPH KUIPERS ANNOUNCES THAT DR. DAVID G. IRWIN IS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PRACTICE of CHIROPRACTIC HOURS 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M. 4 DAYS A WEEK 1019 3rd Ave, 5. 327-1118 Proiigliorn society planned A University of 'Prongtiarn Society" will lie organized lalcr this month. ILs iim is to promote tho nthlctie program nml raise money (or student athletics. Anyone interested In hccom- ng a part of the society should nltcml the organization meet- ing Aug. 29 at 8 p.m. In tho lecture room of the physical education building. FOR SALE BY OWNER BRAND NEW 26' CABIN CRUISER COMPLETE WITH TRAILER COMPLETELY FINISHED MOTOR NOT INCLUDED Contact Alfred Brau al Sliaugnessy Phone 327-9-617 RENT-A-BOBCAT Available by Day, Week or Month (with or without operatoi) Filling landscaping Driveway Excavating Hoa Clonnlng Corral Clianlnn Hauling Phone 328-4765 C j EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 ?nd S.