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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SUPERIOR 13 DAY MEXICAN FIESTA FOR CO-OP MEMBERS Departing from Calgary January 19th, 1971 Only S419 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" The Lcthlnridgc Hctu SECOND SECTION Lcthbridgc, Alberta, Thursday, December 17, PACKS 15 TO SO PLANNING A PARTY? SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITE (Special Prices on Bulk Orders) ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 46-suite apartment cleared by MPC A 46-suite apartment block, tabled for two weeks hy the Municipal Planning Commis- sion because of problems in al- locating land for public re- Gty man dies suddenly Wednesday Funeral sendees will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in McKillop United Church for Stan Mc- Donald, former insurance man- ager and worker in numerous community groups, who died suddenly Wednesday morning in St. Michael's General Hos- pital. He was 33. Born and raised in British Columbia's Creston area, he was employed with Canada Packers Ltd. for more than 12 years and during that time, in 1955, he moved to Lethbridge. He returned to tha firm tills summer. In the interim, he worked eight years in the life insur- ance field. He was a member of the Lethbridge Elks' Lodge, Play- goers of Lethbridge and publi- city manager for Lethbridge Musical Theatre. He was extremely active with the boy scouts having served two years as president of the Lethbridge District Council, public relations chairman for the regional council for south- ern Alberta, and chairman of Camp Impeesa for the regional council. He is survived by his wife, Patricia, and three children Valerie, Pamela and Hugh. Rev. Brian Jones of McKillop will officiate at the funeral ser- vice. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd. are direc- tors of the funeral service. serve, was approved Wednes- day. The contractors, Smith Bros, and Wilson, have been ready to start work since the project was announced earlier this month and work is expected to gel under way immediately on the eight-storey high- rise just east of the College Shopping Mall. The apartment should he completed by early summer, at which time it is planned to begin a second phase of the development involving two four-storey blocks, one on ci- ther side of the main tower. The commission also ap- proved an application from Art Williams Agencies for a pre- fabricated single family resi- dence at 1315 20 St. N. The unit is similar to a type of modular housing approved this summer by the commis- sion. At that time there was concern that the units he spread through the residential areas of the city, rather than concentrated in one subdivi- sion. This concern was again evi- dent at Wednesday's meeting. The commission made the ap- proval conditional on attention being paid by the developer to variation in size and design in cases where several units were to be put in one area. Other conditions were that the exterior design be com- patible with the neighborhood and that exterior storage space be provided if the house had no basement. The units are brought to the site in sections where they are assembled in a matter of days and may be built with or with- out basements. An application from Erick- son Construction for a truck depot 514 Stafford Drive re- mained on the table, after some discussion on whether the development was suitable for that area. The developer is to be asked to submit revised plans that would include shrubbery and other means of minimizing the disparity between it and adja- cent residences. I WATCHES WATCHES WATCHES BULOVA RODANIA LONGINES-WITTNAUER A watch for any age a watch 'to suit ony budget a style for any taste day and date jewelled children. THE arguerite JEWELLERY COLLEGE MAIL PHONE 328.9736 Never Before Prices So Low On KODAK SLIDE PROJECTORS MODEL 860 MODEL 650 Mfgr's List 125.50. on QC OUR PRICE 07. 7 J MODEL 750 Mfg's. List 169.50. I'll OH OUR PRICE ____ lz MODEL 760 Mfgr's. List 187.00. l 00 QC OUR PRICE IOO.7J MODEL 800 Mfar's List 181.00 J1JQ QC OUR PRICE IX7.7J MODEL 850 l 78.50 7- 162.50 KEYSTONE PROJECTORS MODEL K660. Mfgr's list 79.95. OUR PRICE 51.50 MODEL 880. Mfgr's list 119.95. OUR PRICE 79.30 MODEL 880-T. Mfgr's list 129.95. OUR PRICE 84.00 KODAK INSTAMATIC and MAGIC CUBE CAMERAS AT THE LOWEST PRICES EVER! 124 OUTFIT Mfgr's. list 26.50. OUR PRICE 134 OUTFIT Mfgr's. List 36.50. OUR PRICE 314 OUTFIT Mfgr's. tist 51.95. OUR PRICE 414 OUTFIT X-15 46.97 X-35 18.50 25.97 37.97 44.97 X-45 Mfgr's. list 27.95. Of Mfgr's list 73.50 QC OUR PRICE OUR PRICE 34.7J CONSISTENTLY LOW, LOW PRICES EVERY DAY ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS STEREO PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 419 5th St. S. Phono 328-6922 Constitution committee Tollbridge will be one of only p.m. in the Kate Andrews Build- two Alberta centres visited in ing on the university college January by the S-onate Com- mons join! committee on con- stitutional reform- The committee, of w h i c h LeLhbridfic MP Doanc Gundlock is currently a member, will hold a public meeting Jan. 13 at 7.30 campus. west Territories. Tender call Friday Tenders will be called Friday for the SI .5 million University of Lstlibridgu physical educa- tion and recreation building. Closing date on all tenders will be Jan. 29. construction should start in March and the building should be ready for use by summer, 1972. The Three Alberta. Universi- ties capital funds will be used for the first time in a major project for ths U of L building, and U of officials say 3AU has "saved the day" for them. The provincial government's Mr. Gundlcck said he was sur- prised and pleased that the group had decided to hold a The 40 member, all-party i meeting in Lethbridge, rathei committee will visit Calgary I than Edmonton, as its second Jan. 14, return to Ottawa, then j Alberta centre. continue its cross country schcd- i The committee, set up last ule into Quebec and the North- j October by Prime Minister Tru- jean, consists of 14 technicians and about 25 parliamentary members. It has thus far visited the i Yukon, Ontario, Saskatchewan, j Manitoba and the Maritimes, in I its pursuit of public opinion on 1 constitutional matters. Mr- Gundlock said he would like to see five briefs present- ed in Lethbridge, from such groups as Indians, Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce, young people and University of Leth- bridge. He said he doesn't want to imply that a ceiling be set on the number of briefs, but one of the problems of past public meetings has been overly long submissions and too many of them. The committee Is ask-mg me public to give its opinion on ci- ties, pollution, minority rights, Apartment surplus? Keep those cards and letters "going r ush hits peak pace SL Nearly 140 seasonal em- ployees were hired to handle the holiday mail rush, which is at its peak this week, accord- ing to Roy Lane, supervisor, at the Lelhbridge post office. Most of the temporary em- ployees are women who work in the evenings and late at night sorting an estimated 000 articles of mail that pass through the post office daily. Chamber to meet with district MLAs The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce will hold a special breakfast meeting with district MLAs prior to the spring sit- ting of the legislature to look into areas of concern to the whole community. At the chamber execut i v e meeting Wednesday topics for possible discussion were brought up, including the con- troversy over Highway 3. The Medicine Hal chamber has requested the department of highways to spend any money designated for its area on the highway from the U.S. border to Medicine Hat to enhance the tourist trade. The Lelhbridge chamber con- tends Highway 3 from Purple Springs to Medicine Hat'should be upgraded to make optimum CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822____ use of the anticipated increase in trucking service due to the increase of industry' in the city. Wilf Bowns, Lethbridge cham- ber manager, said the question j of improving. Highway 3 from In an attempt to handle any last minute rush, mail will be delivered this Saturday. Mr. Lane said all of the mail in the post office now will be deliver- ed before Christmas. The last day of mail delivery before Christmas will be Dec. M. Delivery will resume Dec. 29 and continue until Dec. 31. The first deliveries of 1971 will start Jan. 4. Little delay has been report- ed, in the Canadian mails, but mail in the United States seems to have been delayed by the recent rail strike, Mr. Lane said. At least one local apartment owner seems to feel there is a surplus of apartments develop- ing in the city. In an unsigned letter to the Municipal Planning Commis- sion the pointed out that between five and 10 per cent of the suites now available were vacant and more apartments were being approved by the commission. The letter being unsigned, it was given no consideration by the commission other than be- ing read at Wednesday's meet- ing. Ski conditions reported good West Castle ski resort reports j ski conditions to be very good, with IVz inches of new snow. Weather conditions for the next two days are expected to be snowy and cloudy with tem- peratures near 35 degrees above. Trails are dry with 21 inches of old settled snow. j Two life will be operating during the week, with three op-1 erating on the weekend. j S185 million capital projects fund for the period 1963 to 1972 lias been either used up or al- ready committed, so until the Alberta universities commis- sion approved use of 3AU funds, it looked as though the physical education building would not be put to tender until late 1972. The 3AU campaing seeks to laise million, which will be matched dollar by dollar by the Alberta government. Tte U of L share if the entire sum federal powers, women's rights, raised will be about mil- j provincial rights, education, lion, including matching] taxing powers, the senate, edu- grants. So far, more than million has been raised by 3AU, and dojialions are still being made. Lethbridge architects Robins Mitchell Watson designed the building, within master plans of U of L architects Erickson Massey, of Vancouver. The building will house all physical education and related activities, plus the departments of music, art and possibly drama until the next phase of construction of academic build- ings is completed. cation, regional disparity, civil liberties and the Canadian identity. It is expected the group would look at such an idea as the en- trenchment of the Bill of Rights into a revamped British North America Act to produce an en- tirely new constitution. Parliamentary members are placed on the committee on a temporary basis, dependent on where the committee is sched- uled to meet the public. Mr. Gundlock was appointed last week. Out of Respect to the late Stan McDonald Board Member WE WILL CLOSE THE OFFICE Fri., Dec. 18 at 12 noon Lethbridge Family Service 1120 7 Ave. S. Phone 327-5724 CHINOOK CHRISTMAS SPECIALS IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR DAD! OFFICE DESK PEN SETS Monarch to Fort Macleod will's? also be a pertinent question. j 5, Other topics suggested by the executive include the provincial! y Regular Prices from 7.50 to 38.95. ft r 1 ft: itif SPECIAL TO CLEAR SELECTION OF OFFICE CHAIRS ........25% Discount TO CLEAR incentives program for cit i e s under population; addi- tional recognition of the L e t h- bridge Community College courses which have qualified for y recognition by the Alberta Ap-: prenticeship Board; and a sible post graduate course at 11 the University of Lethbridge. g Mr. Bowns said if the ap- i prenticeship board would recog-I y nize more courses at the LCC, 306 13th St. N. Phone 327-4591 Is fewer students would have to aaasftsaaaaasisoiMiSia-'SjsMSiasaaaasisasiS.siaj.s.iri.s leave the city to continue their education, easing the economic strain on these people. He said the post graduate course would be inexpensive since no technical equipment would be needed. CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. WESTINGHOUSE PORTABLE TVs AT BIG, BIG SAVINGS! -v gal MODEL P8008U 12" saw PORTABLE TV Mfgr's List 159.95 1 1 Q QC OUR PRICE I I7.7J j MODEL P8040U i 12" DELUXE PORTABLE TV I Mfgr's List 89.95. nt QP OUR PRICE I MODEL P9004 20" PORTABLE TV Mfgr's list 229.95 I Q QC MODEL P8040V IO7.7J CONSISTENTLY LOW, LOW PRICES EVERY DAY ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS STEREO PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 419 5th Sf. S. Phone 328-6922 Dine and Dance FRIDAY NIGHT Marv Quatty's SUNSET TRIO to p.m.- NO COVER CHARGE Phone 328-7756 for Reservations For Private Parties Kentucky Fried Chicken Cuts of Cold Meat Choice of: Potato Salad, Escallopcd Potatoes, French Fri 9> Salads Buttered Rolls Bread Pastries Enquire About Our Delivery Service Phone 328-7751 For Hint Hai Karate After Shave or Cologne Regular, Oriental Spice, Oriental Lime Sets or Individual '-7s lo Black Belt After Shave or Cologne Sets or Individual 3.00 to 7.00 Jade ;r After Shave or Cologne Regular, Golden Lime, Coral, Individual "0 to 5.75 Sets (Regular or Golden lime) 6.50 to 8.95 Russian Leather After Shave or Cologne Individual..................4.00 and 5.00 Sets 12.50 Old Spice in Burley, lime, Regular ,Afler Shave, Shower Soap, Deodorant, Cologne, Pro Electric Shave Shave Cream, Towelettes, Hair Spray, Talc, Skin Conditioner 1.25 to 3.00 SCIS 1.75 to 10.50 Yu by Pinaud. En Regular or Lemon Lime After Shave, Cologne, Deodorant (spray or Shave Cream, Hair Spray. Sets from Regular 3.50 to 4.50 Leather Billfolds Beer Mugs 9 Brush and Shoe Horn Sets Antique Model Cars Travel Cases Timex Watches philishave Electric Shavers Gillette Aristocrat Razor Sets Shave Brushes S Cigarette lighters Comb and Brush Sets Clothes Brush ana' Manicure Set Parker or Papermate Pens Ski Goggles O Lumijet Pocket light 1-50 Desk Fans by Braun 19.95 8" Cribbage Boards from 1.25 to 2.19 NOW Vi OFF 6.95 to 7.95 1.98 to 7.25 2.98 2.75 to 3.95 1.50 to 8.25 .11.95 lo 44.95 21.95 lo 44.95 6.00 1.50 ta 10.00 4 95 to 7.95 5.75 7.59 1.49 lo 10.00 4.98 Mantel Radio, 8 Transistor Portable Radios. Regular 49.95. Special IN DOUBT7-GIVE A GIFT CERTIFICATE FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC ITEMS' FREE DELIVERY PHONE 327-3555 McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S., LETHBRIDGE 19.95 ;