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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SKI VACATIONS Inquire re Ski Holidays available Banff laurentians Colorado ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL Phone 328-3201 4 SECOND SECTION Lctlibridge, Alberta, Tuesday, December 21, FACES 13 TO 24 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. 5. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA SEE US FOR ALL YOUR OPTICAL NEEDS Council okays West side plan City council Monday ap- proved a detailed plan concern- ing development of Wesl Lclh- bridge. The plan calls for a three- phase development of the area Wage hike okayed The Canadian Union of Pub- lic Employees lias reached agreement with the city for a new two-year contract that will give inside and outside workers an 8.85 per cent increase in pay for 1972 and an 8.13 per cent' increase in 1973. Beginning Jan. 1. a laborer, class three will receive an in- crease to from per hour. Jan. 1, 1973 a laborer's wage will climb to per hour. The new contract also allows an employee with 20 years of service a five-week vacation each year and an employee with 14 years of service a four- week vacation. The city will pay 60 per cent of Blue Cross and Alberta Health Care programs. The agreement is similar to those between the city and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and the Transit Union employees. No date set No date has been set for a coroner's inquest into tJic cause of a Calgary Flying Club air- craft crash near Del Bonita Dec. 10, which killed four men. The wife of a Calgary man Richard Russell, killed in Hie crash, has made damage claims totalling against Wil- liam H. Cummings, the flying club owner, the Calgary Flying Club and the adminslrator of pilot Frank Chapman's willl. An official of the coroner's of- fice said it was not known vhen the inquest would be held. EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR SHOE REPAIR MIKE HANZEL 317 7th STREET SOUTH HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 to the west of the University of Lethbridge over a Bt-j-year pe riod beginning Feb. 1, 1972. Negotiations between a coun- cil committee and a private builder-developer aa'e to be un dertaken immediately a n d completed by Feb. 1. A minimum of per acre for the land has been set based on a "balanced subdivi sion consisting of 60 per cent general residential. 15 per cent higher value residential, 15 per cent multi-family and 10 per cent commercial." The city has agreed to con- struct a 37-acre lake in the cen- tre of the first stage and a wa- ter reservoir by 1973. The plans also call for the city to negotiate with the prov ince to build the bridge at 6th Ave. across the Oldman River during 1973-74. Original projections set the date for bridge construction at 1976. The city's obligations have been agreed upon to assure the development follows the "new town concept" and protect the city's investment in West Leth- bridge. The plans are subject to pe- riodic review as the project progresses. On a related matter, council approved fin agreement be- tween the city and the Leth- bridge Northern Irrigation Dis- trict concerning LNID interests in West Lethbridge. The agreement sets commu- tation rates at per acre for 673 acres totalling which the city will pay in two equal instalments. The LNID also agreed to pro- vide water for the West Leth- bridge lake at the raU: of per acre foot, or per year. A canal will also be built, at city expense, from the main ca- nal into the university property. Subsequent expenses will be maintained by LNID. RECEIVE MEDALS FOR LONG SERVICE Corporal A. C. Hing, left, received the decor- ative bar of the Canadian Service Medal to commemorate 22 years of blemish-free service. WO D. D. J. Martin received the Canadian Service Medal for the complet- ion of 12 years meritorious service. Both men were presented the awards by Major Don Graham, commanding officer of the Lethbridge Militia. The presentations were made during special ceremonies at the Canadian Forces Armories, Kenyan Field. Three break-ins City police are investigating three Monday night break-ins of Lethbridge businesses. Burglars forced entry into Eo's Equipment Ltd., 1616 2nd Ave. S. and escaped with a blue I960 two-door hardtop Oldsmobile Delta 88 which was parked in UK shop area. The license number is JB-00-23. Nothing w a s apparently stolen by Uuevcs when they broke into Kirk's Tire Sales (1964) Ltd., 1621 3rd Ave. S. Entry was gained by breaking a window on a shop door and opening it from the inside. Information about a break-in at the Lethbridge district school warehouse, 1703 2nd Ave. S., was not available at press time. Police remained on the scene for further investiga- tion this morning. BISSETT ELECTRIC (1971) 226 12th St. A N. Phone 327-7508 Now Under the New Ownership of LEON J. CZAJKOWSKI Authoriied Dealer and Service Centre For PIONEER CHAIN SAWS Board amalgamation The Lelhbridge Municipal Hospital. Auxiliary Hospital and Southland Nursing Home should be served by a common board of directors shortly after the new year. Andy Andreachuk, LMH ad- ministrator, told his hospital board Monday that an Aiberta Hospital Services Commission decision on the amalgamation of the three is "expected mo- mentarily." The representative structure of the proposed new board has been discussed and approved by the four participating mu- nicipalities and counties. Mr. Andreachuk said an LMH board appointees sworn n Three appointed county members were formally sworn into the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital board Monday. They are -John Moreland and Frank Russell, serving con- secutive terms and new mem- ber S. S 1 e m k o, replacing Ell wood Erwin, who retired. In Other LMH board meeting ceremonies Miss Helen Askew, Winnifred Draglund, Hans Kasch, George Siemans and Ruth Smart, all retiring, were honored and presented with gifts of appreciation. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 W AHSC field representative said last week that the people to be! on tiic amalgamated nine-mem- ber board were also decided upon by the participating local governments. Under the new board struc- ture, to be formed on Jan. 1 following an AHSC order-in- council, the City of Lethbridge Staff groups name slates The executive positions of tile Lethbridge Municipal Hos- pital dental and medical staff associations were announced at a Monday board of trustees meeting. President of the medical staff association is Dr. J. B. StillweU with Dr. G. S. Gray as vice-president. Dr. M. F. Simp- son is association secretary and Dr. I. W. M. Wright is Ihe fourth board member. Dr. Takeshi Okamura was appointed president of the den- ial staff association and Dr. L. C. Matheson is vice-prosi- dent. Dr. F. T. Wood is the new chief of staff and Dr. V. Penncr is secretary. will be represented by five ward members; UK County of Lethbridge, two; the County of Warner, one and the Municipal of Taller, one. Ths orricr-in-coimcil was ex- pected to have been passed last Friday, however no word has been received by the LMH board lo date. The merger of the three medical institutions will not re- sult in any directoral name changes although the number of total board members mil be reduced. This occurred because two LMH board members cur- rently hold direclorsliips on two existing boards. The amalgamation of the boards will not interfere, a present, with (he methods eacl institution uses to conduct its affairs. LEROY'S PLUMBING AND GASFITT1NG LEROY ERLENDSON Phone 328-8403 Gait Gardens eyed Central School site rejected for library By ItK'HAlil) HL'ItKE Staff Writer The. library board's bubble vas burst Monday night. City council rejected a pro- losal that the Central School ircperty be designated as the He for the new library. That was the library board's irst choice. Instead, council instructed he city manager to investi- gate the possibility of having he caveat lifted on Gait Gar- dens to allow the library to be wilt there. The caveat, put on the block Hjlween tst Ave. and 3rd Ave. between 5th St. and 7th St., restricts any building on the property. The library board will he consulted before the investiga- lon is carried out. The action was favored by ;evcn aldermen and rejected iv Aid. Vera Ferguson. Earlier, council had defeated a motion by Aid. Steve Kotch that the Central School prop- erty be set as tiie location for .he library. Aid. Kotch, AM. i'era Ferguson and Aid. Tom ?crguson voted for the site, but ost by two votes. The resolution also stated hat the city solicitor under- ake proceedings to close 5th Ave. between 8th St. and 9th St. S. Speaking in favor of lite Cen- tral School site. Aid. Kotch said, "Some think that a library scare away commercial development, but I don't be- lieve it." He said city initiative on the property would stimulate de- velopment in the downtown area. Aid. Vera Ferguson reiter- ated her statement that the Central School site is "part of a the civic centre com- plex, and said council should look far into the future to sec how the site should be devel- oped. The existing library site on Gait Gardens was pushed by Aid. Bill Kcrgan. He said the Central School property supporters had "vi- sions (if sugar plums dancing in their heads. It is all right to be dreamers, but you must be realistic too.'1 His opposition to the Central School location is based on the iroposition that a piece of properly valued at be WE HAVE MOVED ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC 222- -5th St. S. SCHWARTZ BLDG. 328-4095 Sir Thomas More was "A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS You can make the Christmas season for your man with Gift Selections from these quality Colognes. Old Spice ......................From 1.75 Bfack Belt .......................From 4.00 Jade lost ........................From 4.75 Imperial Saber From 5.50 2.00 1.50 Also Available in From And After Shave. From........... McCREADY-BAINIS___________ PHARMACY LTD. CHARGEX 614 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3555 cut up '.o accommodate fl li- brary. Deputy .Mayor C'am Barnes said il a library is put on the Central School site, "some- thing that's really big" could not be developed He said it would he a "beauti- ful place for two high-rise apartments." To tile question of parking accommodations for a library al Gait Gardens, Aid. Barnes said, "people will walk three or four blocks to get to UK li- brary." City holds line on sewage bylaw The city manager's recom- mendation that standards not Ire relaxed and effective dates not be extended for the sewage service charge bylaw was ap- proved by council Monday. The matter was brought lo council's attention through a letter from Canada Packers Ltd. requesting exemption from fines assessed under the bylaw, until April. The bylaw becomes effective Jan. 1 and provides for fines of up to a day to be charged against a company which sends more than 450 parts of grease per million of water through the sewer lines. The letter from Canada Packers staled it is in the pro- cess of installing sewage abate- ment devices but cannot com- plete the work until at least April tlirough no fault of the company. City Manager Tom Nutting, in making his recommendation, said there is "no other way the industries will continue with construction of their sewage abatement devices" than to have the threat of lioavy fines hanging over them. He said the bylaw will have "no meaning whatever in 1972 if the effective dates are not upheld." Canada Packers Is "one of (lie worst polluters." he said, but has taken definite action to clean up its sewage disjwsal. He added the other meat packing plants are also exceed- ing the standards specified in the bylaw but have not in- dicated a move to construct primary sewage treatment fa- cilities in their plants. El El El 01 El 51 151 51 El El El HOUSE OF FINE ART 409 5th Street South Phone 328-1314 Custom Framing Original Oil Paintings our new gallery to give you our e with our fine quality art works. If desired we will show our paintings in the con- venience of your own home, with no commitment on your port, what-so-ever. WE THINK AN ORIGINAL OIL PAINTING IS A VERY PERSONAL CHRISTMAS GIFT. DON'T YOU? We have very best Lai m El m 01 m Our paintings I hi __ Convenient! Practical! Ideal! IE r From TOYLAND DOWNTOWN 606-603 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 13th St. N. Phono 328-4441 For Last Minute Shoppers! size; colon Si Subjects Techniques. OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. MONDAY THRU SATURDAY Uj jjEjtaEilalaiiijijI Available, in any amount at our RcMauronl or Toko Homo Stores GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT5I Wo Invilo Your Inquirioil For Further Wr.rr.-.ilion Phono Our Oifnf 328-7754 We are Clearing our remaining ts 11 Toy Inventory at II H Many items I1 marked down by OfF CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLEI Open 'til 9 p.m. Tues., Wed., Thurs. and p.m. Fri- i nta's making his route to deliver bundles of holiday dicer to you! We will close Friday, Dec. 24 at 1 p.m. and will re-open Tuesday, Dec. 28 at 8 a.m. Please Help Us! We are clearing our entire stock at discounts up to 50% prior to mov- ing to our new location. Help yourself to big savings and save us the trouble of moving stock to our new store. J cy (formnrlv A. E. Cross Photography Ltd.) 710 3rd Avo. S., Icthbridgo 5314 49lh Ave., TABER Phono 327-2673 Phono 223-2402 ;