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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SUPERIOR 13 DAY MEXICAN FIESTA FOR CO-OP MEMBERS Departing from Calgary January 19th, 1971 Only per person Based' on double occupancy For reservations and information contact BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE Centre Village Phone 328-3201 or 328-8184 "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" flic Lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lcthbridge, Alberta, Monday, December 11, IitfO PAGES ii TO 22 Treat To Dillclout Alberta Roast Beef-On-A-Bun Available Only at ERICKSEN'S Take-Out No. 2 1705 M.M. Drive S. Phono 328-7751 Tourism's urent knock on cabi diverse scenic permanent special events such petition for the dollar i ter resources, prairies, park-! AS the Stampede, Klondike1 la n cl s, mountains, wilderness j Days and Whoop-Up Duj's, at- areas, established outdoor j tractions of the highest quality, sports activity areas and] Because of increasing corn- Following are some of the 32; ing, the serving of beer and recommendations of the Alber- j iji additional classes of Association to the rcstauranls, etc." A system of rating eating es DROPPING IN THE HARD WAY A cor driven by Robert Douglas Tyson of 2505 Scenic Drive went out of control eariy Sunday morning and smashed into the front porch of a house owned by George Meheden of 1415 6th Ave. S. Damage amounted to There were no injuries. Tyson has been charged with careless driving. 146.000 price tag on 4th Ave. JR- City council tonight will con- sider a recommendation from the land sales committee that a portion of 4th Ave. be sold to Shoppers' World Ltd. for 000 cash. The avenue, between Mayor Magrath Drive and 23rd St., is to be used as part of the park- ing lot for a proposed high-rise hotel and shopping complex. Land sales is also recom- mending a 45 year lease on a strip of land adjoining the west- ern edge of the Shoppers': ft I World lot and those portions of: vJL'CCilt the water reservoir to the north not needed for utility purposes.' Before the development can j go ahead, all the various par- eels of land that are to become part of the site must be con- solidated and put under one title. Public hearings must also be held regarding the closing of a lane north of the site and the rezoning of two residential properties that are to be in- cluded. There is also a possibility the project, approved by the Muni- velopment. The paper says1 many residents of the area have given up objecting to the project but have indicated they at 7 D m no appeal has yet been received j J. cipal Planning Commission, may be taken to the Develop- ment Appeal Board, although I will never set foot in Shoppers by the city clerk. World again. Council has received a "posi-j Submissions have also been tion paper on development and received from eight citizens re- planning" from one resident o( I garding the domestic sewer the adjoining Glendale area, j dlarSc and lhe distribu- tion of costs of the secondary seu-age treatment plant. j Mayor Andy Anderson has asked for an expression of opin- ion from the public, particular- ly in view of the planned meet- j ing with the provincial cabinet in January to petition for some form of financial assistance. Generally the letters oppose an increase in the domestis sewer service charge to S3.25 from SI a month and ask that more of on any topic tonight.-Civic af- fairs will be under discussion at a public meeting beginning liy JIM MAYBIE Herald Staff Writer The Alberta Tourist Associa- tion today presented the pro- vincial cabinet with a 35-page brief listing 32 recommenda- tions calling for immediate ac- tion to ensure the health of the travel industry in Alberta. C. W. Chichester of Leth- bridge, president of the Travel and Convention Association of S( uthern Alberta a n d chair- man of its board of directors, was a member of the delega- lon presenting the brief. The brief said careful plan- ning and program implementa- tion are necessary immediate- ly for Alberta's travel industry in an increasingly competi- tive environment. It is also rec- ognized that substantial effort will need to be exerted by both government and the private sector in the challenging days ahead." The private sector's respon- sibility will include the provi- i sion of improved and new fa- cilities, unproved care and re- ception, the establishment of in- dustry standards with the iden- tification and development of necessary training to meet the standards, and appropriate counsel to government as need- ed. The government's role would i ,creased and facilities j and designated within each embrace t h e fostering of a i camPers and trailers inside j classification of restaurant. la Tourist Association to provincial cabincl today de- signed to expand the tourist in- dustry in Alberta and to bring a greater share of the increas- ing tourist dollars to tliis prov- ince. Eight recommendations of from inside and outside Can- ada, the brief said Alberta has to "gear better programs than our competitors." Facilities are critically In- adequate to meet present and future demands, the brief said. (Eighteen recommendations were made to improve the nat- ural facilities. The province's advertisiiig and promotion bud- get was branded as being un- competitive with other prov- inces and 10 recommendations lablishmenls, s i m i a r to the I were made on the lines of pro- way hotels and motels are rated, was suggested as a fourth-priority item. The ATA suggested a special committee be set up to consider all as- motion. first priority called for: provi- j of the needs of the pub- sion of an adequate provincial I ijc with relation to public eat- budget for promotion, under-1 jng places so that a compre- taking of more adequate fish hensive system of classification stocking and development pro-; can be instituted. Consideration jects, more provincial promo- i would include not only types of tion of convention traffic, en- j eating .places but quality of Henderson Ice is sale couragement for the provision j food and service, necessity' for, of realistically-priced package I atmosphere, licensing where j tours from the U.S. and Can- ada to Alberta, and establish- ment of a total marketing plan for tourism in Alberta, taking into consideration present and future tourist volumes, facili- ties and dollars involved. Of second priority are studies j age per seat and others. Such Lethbridge city police report the ice on Henderson Lake is necessary, and other" relevant i 1C" per cent safe for skating matters. j and playing. Within the classification of A p p a r e n 11 y the prolong- restaurants, standards would ed Chinook conditions be established governing sani- tation, outside appearances, in- side appearances, square foot- expe- rienced in southern Alberts over the past two weeks, have not had an adverse effect on and planning to provide in-1 standards would be modified j the thickness and strength of Third healthy environment for outside Par.ks fnd vate investment in travel facili- f o r developr ties, provision of road net- works, park facilities, the j stirution of adequate conserva- j tion and restocking programs, en- development __ private campgrounds. Active jn government support in the de- this 1 velopment of major sports, trade and convention facilities implement the ice. Almost any form of winter recreation is permitted on ths lake and park area, with ths fisMng and i invoices are stolen victim also second priority. A constant review of present i liquor regulations in conjunc- tion with interested private sec- I tor CLIFF BtACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAS Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAt BLDG PHONE 327-2822 i Dundee Texaco Service on the corner of 3rd Ave. and 14tb St. S. was broken into about midnight Saturday and S450 i worth of credit card invoices j were reported stolen. Entry was gained by smash- ing a window on the overhead door. K. G. Barrett, manager of the service station, said the credit card invoices are of no value to anyone but himself. He is offering a S50 reward for their return I the cost be assumed by Indus- Walter, ]5, died try. General Hospital in Calgary Several delegations are ex- a result of burns re- pected tonight. Frank Smith, j ln a flre colony manager of the Travel and Con-1 ivention Association of South-' J. Hofer, 24. died Dec. j era Alberta, will present the j promotion program and budget for the coming year. I A representative of KABO Holdings Ltd. is also scheduled to appear to discuss the reioca- urces not available, and extra and in- Iraprovincial travel promotion. The brief said the'travel in- dustry has the potential to be- come the largest dollar-pro- j ducer in Alberta and is less de- j A house fire on the Ewelme jf upon local Hutterile Colony. 25 miles west of Lethbridge, has claimed two Ita? Climated quar-: ih-05 ter ot a billion dollars will be spent in Alberta on tourism. It ?nts be Bunted special licens- FnnTh'ilkiis anticipated that by 1985 Permission for liv< foothills i hn j tamment at a greater variety of establishments, meals re- miirements at certain times with Annie Hofer, 22. and Sarah Mayor total to three who perished in the blaze. Rachel Hofer, 22. remains in critical condition in the Foot- hills hospital but is reported to tion of part nf North mnvwi will also have a chance to air his views Beat the Wind and the Cold INDOOR CAR DISPLAY at SHOPPERS' WORLD NEW and USED CARS and TRUCKS 1970 MODEL DEMONSTRATORS HOURS: 9 a.m. 'til 9 p.m. All Week Ill, AVENUE t tih SmtT. fire has not been determined but an investigation is under way. Lethbridge Coroner Dr. J. E. McTavish has ordered an in- quest but no date lias been set. expenditure could triple, "ft be- comes immediately obvious that there will be strain on our present facilities, j "T here are few potentially i better environments in North! America capable of appealing; to so varied a cross-section of vacat i o n travellers' objectives as those which exist or could be developed in Alberta." Alberta is blessed with Break-ins 'Hie Southern Alberta Co- operative Association Ltd. on 2nd Ave. S. was broken into on the weekend. An undetermined number of articles are missing. No further details are available at this time. RCMP are investigating a break in during the weekend at City Packers Ltd. .Details were not available. 1 Christmas Gift .Guide For Lhe men on your Jisl! DOUBLE BREASTED BLAZERS y, Gold, Green or MQ rA 36 short lo 46 loll. Ni Chosolalo Brown MAJESTIC ROBES in Satin or Terry Cloth In doubt about size or what to not 0 GIFT CERTIFICATE from ALBERFSI GLOVES BEITS HATS-by Stetson STRIPED WOOL PANTS IO MATCH PAIR 17.95 PYJAMAS by IORD JEFF ond ARROW SHIRTS-SPORT AND DRESS by ARROW ond LANCER fr SOCKS AND TIES JEWELLERY OPEN THURS. AND FRI. TILL 9 P.M. ALBERT'S MEN'S APPAREL 331 5th ST. S. "WE CARE HOW YOU LOOK" 1 The Biggest Thing For Boys Since Girls POOR BOY BOOTS 1JcJ For Christmas Giving! As Illuslraled In Dork Brown Shog Suede with BOLD BOLD i nr oss Eyelets Golden Shag Fringe and Zipper Suede with 14.95 BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 415 4lh Ave. S. Ph. 327-7300 Open Thursday and Friday 9 p.m. WINDOWS SEE Till OUR MEN'S The ATA recommended that daylight saving next year "as for the tourist industry. as a fourth priority item. "Con- siderations should include: sev- en-day service at vendors and hotels, lowering age require- ments, festivals and sports ev- liquor service, open-air HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph.-327-i454 SAVE rop 60% MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS The Gift That Will Keep On Giving A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES All AT GENERAL PORTABLE DISHWASHER INUTE UFFLER INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-8134 509 6th Avenue South Top load Rinse and hold Pots ond pant Fine china cyels Daily load cycle Soft food dispenser Detergent dispenser Rinse cilo dispenser 15 place settino MEASURE MEDICINES CAREFULLY Whert your physician instructs you to fake a tctispoonful of a liquid medicine he means for you to do just that. He has calculated how much active ingredient will be in that teaspoonfu) of the prescription and taking more or less wjll pos- sibly be extending lhe length of the illness Irying to treat. Follow all the directions on your prescription package1 for they ore there for important reasons. n thinks you should know. Never keep a medi Available in Avocado and Horvejf Gold. Laura Sscord Christmas Cake Just Super Timex Watches. While they last 25% off Wheelchairs. Sole Priced. Reg. Best Quality, Brakes Guaranteed Reg. SI 81 Buy It! Try it for a month Then if you can live without it! Bring it Bock! Available through Draffin's Downtown DRAFFIN'S DOWNTOWN ROD 327-3279 DISPENSARY GEORGE 328-6133 CREE 319 STREET SOUTH ;