Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
SKI VACATIONS Inquire re Ski Holidays available Banff Laurentians Colorado ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL Phone 328-3201 The letJibtutge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, December 17, 1971 PAGES 13 TO 24 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4:h AVE. S. - LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA SEE US FOR ALL YOUR OPTICAL NEEDS Pedestrians injured Garry Campbell, 11, of Lethbridge received a broken arm when he was struck by a car driven by Robert M. Gyuricza, 1914 12th Ave. N. at about noon Thursday. The Campbell youth remained in good condition this morning in St. Michael's General Hospital following the accident, which occurred in the 1000 block of 9th Ave. N. Another Lethbridge pedestrian was not injured when he was struck by a car driven by Marilyn Kernick, 1303 Stafford Drive, shortly after 1 p.m. Thursday in the Centre Village Mall parking lot. Thomas Pratt, 529 25th St. S. was examined at St. Michael's hospital and released. School seeks volunteer The audio-visual class at Hamilton Junior High School is locking for a lab assistant to work with students in various phases of visual production. Bruce Haig, audio-visuals instructor, said the position would be ideal for a young person interested in teaching. He said experience is not necessary and While there is no salary, a small honorarium will be available. HOUR PER DRINK Driving to a party tonight? If so, the Alberta Motor Association wishes you a good time, and urges you not to get back behind the wheel for at least an hour after the last drink. During the party, try the limit of one drink an hour, and eat plenty of food to lessen the effects of ailcohol. HCLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB] Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 M� �-**-- HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton & Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 SHELL'S WATERTON COMPLEX - Shell Canada's Waterton gas processing plant No. 2- is scheduled to go into full operation later this month. The more than $25 million plant employs an additional 80 persons. The origi- nal plant, in the photo background, and the new plant, in the foreground, jointly use a new 500-foot incinerator stack, located between the two plants. -Walter Kerber Photo Appeal board refuses Batty bowling protest By RICHARD BURKE Staff Writer The development appeal board Thursday upheld a Municipal Planning Commission decision refusing to allow Glen-dale Recreation Ltd. to re-establish its bowling facilities in Holiday Village. The board's decision came following briefs presented by W. E. Huckvale, represeting Glendale Recreation Ltd., W. P. Davidson for Holiday Village and Erwin Adderley for the city. The MPC denied Glendale Recreation's application Nbv. 24 on the basis that insufficient parking had been provided on the Holiday Village property to accommodate patrons of the bowling alley, retail stores and the hotel. Mr. Huckvale told the appeal board his client was concerned with parking for his business from the initial planning stages for the Holiday Village development. He said although his client had 28 years remaining on a lease with Holiday Village Ltd., Art Batty, president of that company,' failed to mention a bowling alley in his original development application. In subsequent submissions to MPC, Mr. Huckvale said Mr. Shell's new Pincher Creek plant first of kind By JIM MAYBIE Staff Writer The first four-stage sulphur converter in the world will start operating later this month when Shell Canada's Waterton gas processing plant No. 2 near Pincher Creek goes on stream. Construction of the more than $25 million plant, which start- ed in the spring of 1970, has been completed. The new plant, located adjacent to the original plant No. 1 which was completed in 1962, is a highly-automated operation School officials welcome announcement of 50 per cent local Grade 12 marks Top level school administrators in Lethbridge have welcomed today's announcement by the provincial government LIQUOR DELIVERY SERVICE 328-6177 VENDOR HOURS ONLY LETHBRIDGE BATTERY CO. "COLD WEATHER SPECIALS" We are the distributors of "Delco" - "Globelite" - "Hart" 12 Volt 70 amp hour. To fit Chev., Ford, Pontiae, Dodge, Plymouth, Rombler. Guaranteed ��J 4 years ...... 12 Volt 80 amp hour. Chrysler, Buick, Olds, and Guaranteed 4 years ....... LETH. 217 12th St. B S. exchange To fit Mercury. exchange BATTERY Ph. 327-5587 C.I.S. is pleased to announce the opening of their Southern Alberta Branch. Our present office on 12th St. and 3rd Ave. S. will be relocated at our new premises in the COLLEGE MALL, EFFECTIVE JAN.3, 72 Management and Staff and C.I.S. agents wish to extend SEASONS GREETINGS to all their customers and frierrds. OUR NEW PHONE NUMBER IS 328-1175 1! ATTENTION! PLEASE READ! Purity Bottling (1967) Ltd., your bottler of the fine products of Coca-Cola, will be open all day Saturday, Dec. 18 for the convenience of our customers to accept our returnable bottles and refund cash. Because the returnable bottle is the most economical way to purchase our products and because of the Christmas rush, we are running short of our bottles. To ensure that there will be more than a sufficient supply of Coca-Cola and Fanta to share with your friends and relatives over the Christmas season, we ask for your co-operation in returning our returnable bottles. Remember, they are worth cash. Purity Bottling (1967) Ltd. 1421 - 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-2501 Seasons Greetings! that 50 per cent local evaluation in all Grade 12 matriculation subjects will apply on June, 1972 examinations. Dr. O. P. Larson, superintendent of the public school system, said he was not surprised with the announcement in view of what the department of education has said earlier. "I am reasonably happy with 50 per cent local evaluation," said Dr. Larson. LE ROY'S PLUMBING AND GASFITTING LEROY Phone ERLENDSON 328-8403 Pharmacy r Facts from O. C. STUBBS GOOD NEWS TODAY! A new prescription drug has been approved by the federal Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of Meniere's syn-drome - a disease of the inner ear with which more than 750,000 people in this country are suffering. Meniere's disease is thought to be due to poor "microcirculation" (the tiny blood vessels nourishing cells in the inner ear not per-Torming adequately). In the past, attempted treatment of this disease has not been effective, and surgery has often led to loss of hearing. The new drug is thought to be opening minute vesels in the inner ear permitting more normal microcirculation. It has also been found to help drain fluid accumulating in the inner ear which has been causing vertigo. It is also hoped that this new drug will be effective in the treatment of angina pectoris and severe headache. Fre'e parking? Here at Stubbs Pharmacy, the answer is, "Of Course!" And a place for you to sit while we're filling your prescription - of course. All this and our friendly, conscientious serviae is always ready for you here at 1506 9th Ave. S. Open daily 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Sundays and Holidays 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. "I'll be satisfied with that until they complete their studi-ies on 100 per cent local evaluation." Dr. Larson said his ultimate goal is to have complete local evaluation in all Grade 12 subjects. Bob Kimmitt, superintendent of the separate school system, said he didn't expect the announcement to come this soon, "but I am pleased that they have done it." Mr. Kimmitt said for the time being he too is completely satisfied with 50 per cent local evaluation. "It allows us to get an idea of where our students stand in relation to others in the province, but we still have control of half of the mark." He said the ideal is complete local evaluation, but this puts a heavy responsibility on the shoulders of the teachers. Education Minister Lou Hyndman endorsed the expansion of subjects where 50 per cent local evaluation is allowed. Previously it had been allowed only in six subjects. incorporating the latest in scientific technology and techniques. Plant No. 2 incorporates improved facilities for protection of the environment including the world's first four-stage sulphur recovery process. To date, three-stage sulphur recovery has been the maximum used. Other four-stage processes are being built in the province. The four-stage process is designed to recover 97 per cent of the sulphur in the processing of natural gas. The new plant is providing an additional 80 jobs bringing the total number of jobs in the two-plant operation to 230. The two-plant operation will increase production of: sales gas from 170 million cubic feet per day to 311 million; natural gas liquids from 19,100 to 34,600 barrels per day; and sulphur from 1,700 long tons per day to 2,930 long tons. A recently-developed method of producing sulphur in slate form is being used to. reduce sulphur dust in all handling operations. WE HAVE MOVED ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC 222- -5th St. S. SCHWARTZ BLDG. 328-4095 BISSETT ELECTRIC (1971) 226 12th St. A NORTH - PHONE 327-7508 Now under the new ownership of LEON J. CZAJK0WSKI Authorized Dealer and Service Centre for PRESTOLITE-LELAND ELECTRIC MOTORS AC and DC LAST SUNDAY W BEFORE CHRISTMAS! 1 Entertainment by LEN ZOETEMAN ACCORDIONIST 6 to 8 p.m. FAMILY DINING Our Specialty! IN THe OLD TRADITION OF WESTERN HOSPITALITY PHONE 328-7756 FOR RESERVATIONS! Water used in the plant operations is processed before being disposed and is continuously monitored by passing a slipstream through a tank containing fingerling trout that are kept under regular surveillance. Each plant will operate independently of each other, although both plants will use a newly-installed 500-foot incinerator stack. The new plant was constructed by The Ralph M. Parsons Company Ltd. and at the peak of construction more than 700 persons were employed, adding considerably to the economy of Pincher Creek and to a lesser degree, Lethbridge. Batty "constantly referred to the bowling alley as office space." When the MPC decided in favor of the development, it did so on the basis that the bowling alley would be converted to offices, he said. The difference between a bowling alley and office space in terms of parking requirements is 91 stalls -- the bowling alley requiring that many ir.ore. The question of re-establishing the bowling alley has come up since a wall collapsed on the development site requiring reconstruction of the alley. Mr. Huckvale said that had the wall not collapsed, the howling alley would still be in operation and no development application would have been necessary. H e suggested Mr. Batty, "presumably innocently, has mislead the MPC into a situation it should not have been placed in." He further suggested the appeal be granted and Mr. Batty be required to provide sufficient parking. The architect who calculated the parking requirements testified the number of additional parking stalls was based on exsiting parking plus the number of stalls needed to accommodate hotel patrons. He also said he had a verbal agreement with Erwin Adder-ley, executive director of the Oldman River Regional Planning Comimssibn, that parking could be calculated considering the bowling alley as office space. Mr. Adderley denied there was such an agreement. Mr. Davidson, appealing for re-establishment of the bowling alley on behalf of Holiday Village Ltd., said it is not now possible to provide additional parking. He said any previous suggeS' tions that no bowling alley would be included in the complex is absurd. He added if Glendale Recreation is not allowed to continue its business, Holiday Village Ltd. will suffer "a serious loss of revenue." Tosh Kanashiro, chief building inspector, told The Herald the entire development was approved with the condition that 386 parking stalls would be provided, assuming no bowling alley would be on the site. However, only 334 stalls have been provided, he said. Before a bowling alley can be established there, enough parking must be provided to accommodate 425 cars. Glendale Recreation Ltd. cannot reapply to establish the bowling facilities for sis months. RELIEVES GAS PAINS Fully 1970 FORD 2-door hardtop Equipped $2895 1971 VW SUPER BEETLE Gas heater and radio New Car Warranty S2195 Vi TON TRUCK CAMPERETTE Sale Price ..... S389 RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. 3rd Ave. and 16th St. Sales 328-4539 Car Lot 328-4356 NOTICE DO YOU KNOW Where to buy pop by the case at very good prices Where to buy mix, chips, dips, nuts, juices, candy, party snacks, ice, pizza, cigarettes, smoked oysters and pickles A place that will deliver between the hours of 1 p.m. and 11 p.m. every day no matter what size the order. City only. Well, ifs GREEN'S POP SHOP 544 13th St. N. Phone 328-6177 Open 10 a.m.-11 p.m. daily Buy those Christmas Seals . The Kinsmen TB Christmas seal campaign received $580 from donors today. This brings the total to date to $22,673 of the $26,973 objective. This is 84 per cent of the objective. Campaign officials indicated donations are running $1,980 behind last year at this time. STRETCH STITCHES SWISS MADE GET THE FACTS 18 years ago ELNA fAVr I* created Stretch Stitches. Now competitors are getting excited . . . EAfT. Our 1956 (15 years TMV.I. o | d) SUPPRMATIC can do more than our competitors' 1971 models. rf.fr. The CLNA SUPERTAX 1* MATIC Is rated the world's most versatile sewing machine. DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU TRY For free demonstration contact SEWING CENTRE 408 5th Street South Phone 327-8877 or 327-8818 LOOKING FOR AQUARIUM SUPPLIES? AQUARIUS TROPICAL FISH AND SUPPLIES We have all your tropical fish and supply needs. We carry top quality products of HARTZ MOUNTAIN, and many more! Come in and shop for Christmas. Large varieties of tropical and exotic fish 65 aquariums stocked with fish to serve you For all your information needs phone 328-3121 524A 6th ST. S. LETHBRIDGE MAKE CAMM'S YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOE STORE SNOW BOOTS - THE PERFECT GIFT Choose from 6" Boots in nylon or suede with warm shearling cuff. Other styles J1 2 $14 Other in black or brown suede, HI CUT BOOTS In 12", 14" and 16" heights. Wet look with warm insulated lining. Brown or black leathers with 100% orlon lining. WE HAVE A WONDERFUL SELECTION OF HANDBAGS In wet look ond fine leathers. Black, brown and other S7 shades from ..... THE VERY LOVELIEST IN the Party Season wet look and Kid under lings. Thurs., Dec. 20, 21, 22, 23, 24th 9 a.m. 5:30 p.m.