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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SOUTHERN ALBERTA GOLFERS HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY to-hotli----Art WiUiami tmd PJO, Departing Calgary Jan. 23 Return fob, 6, 1973 For booVings and further tonlact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Lethbndgc Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, Uttfcrnrxir 19, 1972 PAGES 13 TO 1A LETHBRIDGE OfFICE FURNITURE LTD. lowtr Level 7th Siittl Shopping Moll Lelhbridge, Albtrlc Phons (403) 322-74 It FILING CABINETS cuts are likely to set trend' 'Capital grant City manager suggests wiring plebiscite The capital for col-1 and universities announc- ed by the p-ovincial govern- merit could be an ir.dicat'on of things to come. Dr. C. D. Stew- art, president of tbe Le'.bbridge Community College, said May. Jirn Foster, minister of ad-1 vanced educEition. said Monday that university operstinsj grants will be sliced by 50 per cent while will hive a 35 per cerrt reduction. year's million uni- versity budget will be trimmed to S15 million in 1973-74 i colleges will receive mil- lic-n, 'compared with mil- lion laM yesr. Dr. Stewa.i. v.ho is also pres- ident of the Association of Al- terta College Administretors, tair] h-j expect; the budget re- duction will set a for the rx.'xt fev; years. "I expect amounts in the years to come unless there are large increases in enrol- he said. "Hovrever. the amount this year should do the job for us." said IXC has major coratructiun p r o j e c t planned for this year whichl could affected by the grant Cut. "Tne cijt was about what we i because college con- struction 'Aill rx; low, this he said. Dr. Bill Beckcl. president of the University of Letbbridge, no specific comment, to make on j "I haven't received the infor-, mation on and 1 can't make any be said. The latest announcement comes on the heels of archer anr.-ouncemerjt by Mr. Foster i last week that the operational 'grants for urJver-sities and col- leges will bo increased in 3S73- The operational grants help pay salaries other costs related to programs while capital grants pay for coristrjc- tion, cost of equipment and building maintenance. 5-4 vote opens lane after six-month iued To ths consternation 'A four alserrr.en. the majori'.T ruled Monday. A leud among neighbors on AVR. an--i fs.'ri A Ave. S. between J2th and 15th Kt. was apparently settled city council voted, by a 5 to 4 margin, to re-open the lare west" of 13th St. The lane was closed las', summer. Prior to the vote. AH. Vauahan Hembroff. who with Aldermen Vtra Ftrgiison, Steve Koich ar.d Bill Kergan "Or.e of the beauties of cernoeracv is thai the majority lane that ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Eldg. 222 51h SI. E. Phone 328-4095 doesn't always have to Three homeowners in {he area requested t'ne lane be closoi. About 35 v.-anted it open. Aid. Hembroff was appalled that "we're giving more con- cern to cars than people. The opponents to the dosure concerned their lane approach garages: were hard reach with their The proponents of lane clo- sure were concerned about the danger to children of vehicles speeding in the lane and about tr.fc genera! i n c o n v e niences c-sused to tr.e ouajty of ii.fe by AM. Vera Ferg'.ison was against the theory that who speai: loudest get the ac- tion, f donrt go along with the pressure of numbers." The "pressure of numbers'1 worj. And the car won out over By RICHARD BURKE Hearld StaH Writer Complete transition from overhead to undtrgrouml the city, over a 15-year period at per year, has btc-n rtc-omrnended by City Manager Tom .Nutting in a revised capital budget for 197 The budget calls for expenditures of for capital projects in 1975. in a brief to city council Mondd. Mr. Nutting said jttoe underground wiring could hit done for 1 mill a year on a ZO-yi-ar loan. 'ifitir ipdting a tussle among council members lo make a decision on the mattf r Nutting sug- gests a plebiscite be held to determine public accept- ance of the proposal. recommendation that the alarm system be phased out and replaced by a me ?ency telephone num- ber is also in the budget re- port. The existing system, which va installed in 1903. is "gen- the street era 1 r--bable" but needs up- carols. snd Carol nearly upset resolution A comc )XJtWetn the city and the Canadian Federation oi M a v o r s and Municipalities Mondav. rf, lf it doesn't do anything for the city, v.e shouldn't be- long to the organization.'' Mavor Andy Anderson de- fended the CF.'.IM saying it has Citv council was in the midst gone to the federal cabinet rep- of a "debate en a resolution to resenting the member munici- approve a fee for next i palities in Canada to push for membershin in the such things as housing and CFM.M wfen Aid. Bill Kergan transportation programs. excused himsell to go across "It is difficult to j'istify what the CrMM does for and sing Christmas specific city, but programs to- the report states. Justification for discwiuauing 1 council calk-d a vo'e on the ths alarm system is shown ir> mailer and it ended in a lie. statistics on its use. "In the Tnat effectively defeated trre five-year 1W2-1W7. there resolution, meaning the city f-f tnree genuine emergency v.ould not pay the fee. cslls trans mil to hesdq'jar- Aid. Yera Ferguson, who UT M.a tht alarm voted against paying the fee. The ne-A' budget b- said she feels "the organization A clarification on the is really building a bureaucracy plans Uj build a 5.WO seat to perpetuate itself End we're areru: not getting anything out of There is no question the Aid. Vaughan Hembrolf add- Spo'tsp vriJ] be built H s Southern Alberta is suctessfuJ in its bid host the ada Games. If that bid is ho-A-ever, request lo tr.-e ti'.e of s'jsviiig opsn 2i s Icbk-d citv d! M-sr.day. Tr.e mi'.ter bought to Mr. Hammocrf toM foijr local grcx-ery swre cnraers hid re- to a letter written them by the city ar.d asked that the matter be he'd over un- til after Christmas so they could r.iaiw "coimter pro- with less than 1.5W square feet of floor area to remain opeB with no Mr. Hammond said the clauses in the byla one which states certain parts of a store can be cios-ad off so store cari stay trxr siorc-s are wthirj1 hours, need darificatiori. tr.rl lav.1 hv 24 a He said in his opinion. 7-Ele- Tr.e letter rrom the firm's cav. are the buyers states "25 per cent of The decision to tsbie the mo-: tent of the byUw1' but could ticn earrje on the ad'.ics of citv not say they are breaking the 1 liw. Tne firm cowerjis it meeis e terms of the byiaw under clause which allots stores joint use project. trsl Fire'HaJl. SI.2 million for dis- tribution system t fo- toe Public Library. In 1974: ssao.crjQ for a covered shimming pwl in north Leth- bridge an equal amount in safety." TM south shoreline co-Jld not before be used safely by the CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental BLACK DENTAL LABfi JAED1CAI DENTAl BLDG. Lower LSVE! PHONE 327-2812 1S75. aid some of eaual amoant in 2 .WS for the Canada Sportsplcx_ with an be- Fluoridarion discussion Jan. 2 our business is tweec II p.m. 7 i T'-s'o locs.1 7-Ele-.'en swres re- main 2-4 hours a day, A third remains open between 7 i a.m. aLrd 11 p.m. S52S.COO for the bridge to West Lethbridge. In 1975: for B new parks green house. toTranj the cost o: the bridge to West LErthbridge. employees unhappy 'they can go A Al'j. trx- for A r.Mxo of -.imply in- I rristtc" will rx; officia! for dis- Ls for A for r-on-urJon ad- for an IrJ jyrr ctnt iriCTt-ajse at tbt top lei'e] cf each was taWsH hy for more time to colder schedule. -AtJch sets raiige of from in tr.e for the power s'jperin- with 14 levels in be- tween. the directors city manager, are bclurfed yfji addiuor: benefits 25 per cer.i of sal- aries four or five '.veeiis C i'.y J sj-a ?er Torn N" utting the schedule should help to avjid "a gresi deil of fac'uion in with ees b o u t ss-a'.-ies.1' which occurred last year. Aid. Fersusorj countered, "If they are they c-an go Council it -Aiil the matter before the end of the vear. LATE SHOPPERS' SPECIALS! Decorator Tree Balis Icrae size. solid colors Rec-.-lor 1.19. Specicl, Bc< ol 12 99" Same as Above (Only Oeceroled; Resjisr 1.69. ,29 Call Housewares 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Remember when? i will hold it forever f MOVIE CAMERAS Kodal: Xt5S Ccmero will) Case Eolex 160 Mocroioom Cose and Bolex 250 Coss.......... Bolex Mccrozoom wilh Case Eollei SL82 wilh Cose RoMei 5181 with Case Bell end Kowell Auloload 308 Canon 513 wirh Case 258.95 369.00 219.95 32S.95 149.95 95.95 69.95 153.95 MOVIE PROJECTOR SCREENS Knox Loncer 50i50 lenticular Knox Riauet 50x50 3S.OO Doylile Challenger (beaded 1 cnli'..... MOVIE PROJECTORS Kodak MSO Kodak ME5 KoJak M85 Zoom Bolex 18-5-L Zoom Eolex Due Zoom Eolex V.ultimatic wrlh Zoom Horvielux SB 192.50 154.95 162.50 189.95 269.00 109.00 614 3rd AVE. S. FREE DEUVERY Aid. Veres Ferguson h a mrjst plan From 1'ne Manogement and Stuff of ACTIVE TV SERVICE 1238 3id AVE.. S. PHOfJE. 357-5020 We wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year ft investigation 'continues fa i RCMP in Fort Madccd seid trxfay they are stil! investigat- ?S' ing Saturday's shooting in tfe parking ]ry. of the American Ho- i tel in Fort Macleod, which stnt jj j a man to Nortert Fox, who was shot in the leg v.ith a .22 calibre rifle, is in gow} condition today i.T llaclood Munddpal Hospital. i GIFT IDEAS Projector Table, Projector Screens, Projector Mogoiines ond Slide Trays. Tripods, Exposure Meters, Gadget Bags have a great selection of Camera Gift Kils, includ- ing the new Kodok Pockel Initamatics, ond Ihe Key- jtone Everflasn (NO BUIBS TO BUY EVER) Transistorized Pocket Radios, Very Special at.............. Automatic Slide Viewers.................... Complete darkroom supplies, from thermometer 1o enlargcrs, reference books, filing systems, you name it Kodak 126 lilm one! regular floihcubes on special. 1095 MAKE NO MISTAKE! You know the nome but the oddresi il 1224 3rd Ave. S. Opposite ihe Elks Club Phono 327-2673 or 327-2565 ;