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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Soil water table hike sewer bill Fairview residents may find they will be paying more for sewage disposal than they ex- pected to. A report prepared for the County of Lethbridge by McLellan and Associates estimates that a sewage-disposal system for the subdivision east of 43rd St. would cost about per based on a 50-foot fron- tage. The county will hold a meeting with residents of Fairview to discuss the called for after the health unit ruled that further expansion could not be allowed until an adequate arrangement is reached for sewage disposal. At a regular meeting of county council Coun. John Murray said the meeting should be held as soon as aossible The cost of the project is go- ng to be a shock for Coun. who represents the area. The which will be tied into a trunk line connecting the provincial research and the will cost more than an or- imary according to the for the same -eason that septic tanks are lot adequate Soil in the area s porous and the water table s meaning that special jipe will have be used hroughout most of the Council agreed to give Coun- y Manager Bob Grant minority to call the meeting. Council also decided to hear wo development appeals Jan. Lasf Minute Suggestion Philishave Deluxe Triple Header New adjustable Trlpleheader with 9 settings that let you select the right shave for your beard and skin Floating improved new convenient thumb voltage selector attractive gift case and travel wallet 95 Only Call Housewares 327-5767 A2 ffc DOWNTOWN 9 during the meeting of the municipal committee. One of the appeals involves an application for a piggery operation north of Coaldale. And The Herald's cup of milk fund was enriched by 150 as councillors made allocations under its annual grants bylaw. Donations were given to seven including the milk and tax concessions amounting to almost half of the grants allocation were given to Reformed churches in Monarch and Iron Springs. Although was budgeted for council' gave only still an increase of over from last year. contract help up The 1975 Canada Winter Games Society budget has been approved by the federal Treasury the Games office in Lethbridge reports. says Games Society manager Keith the contract between the federal government and the Society and the federal money has not yet been received. Mr. Lees said he didn't know how soon they would arrive but the society will be able to operate in any case. The society's treasurer had been authorized to borrow money after Dec. if to be paid back when the federal funds arrive. Mr. Lees said he didn't know if that would be necessary or depending on how fast get the papers out to FUEL You will feel comfortable at a lower temperature provided the humidity la right. Have a POWER HUMIDIFIER Installed by CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262-2nd Ave.S. Phoni 328-3388 From All The Staff To All Our Customers Friends A Very MERRY CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY HOURS Closed Christmas Day Dec. 25th and Boxing Day Dec. 26th Open Dec. 27th at a.m. JUST CALL 327-0240 or 327-2297 LOTUS INN Across from the CPR Depot Santa's helpers Mrs. Ron Butcher surveys the toys the Salvation Army will be giving to help some child's Christmas be a little happier. The Army is distributing the toys along with their Christmas hampers. Inmates of the Lethbridge Correctional Institu- tion have worked all year to put the toys in working order. 'Social talent needed9 Napi Centre director quits The executive director of the Napi Friendship Centre in Pincher Creek has placed his resignation before the board of directors claiming that the FOX DENTURE CLINIC Eat. 1922 PHONE 327-6565 E. S. P. C.D.M. FOX LETHBRIDGE DENTAL LAB. 20d MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. centre has progressed as far as possible under his leadership Paul executive director for about 18 stressed he was not leaving because of difficulties work- ing with the centre's board. MEALS ON WHEELS AT NOMINAL COST For Further Information Phone 327-7990 SMILEY'S PLUMBING Would Like to Wlah Everyone a Hearty PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd SUPERIO0 DRY CLEANING 311 6th St. S.and 1S14A 9th Ave. S PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 hour service tailoring blocking and leather processing pleat drapery processing' In a letter of Mr. also the provin- cial treasurer of the provin- cial association of friendship states the centre progressed in es- tablishing a sound ad- ministrative structure and financial Mr. Raczka con- many of the programs are not successful and he feels someone with more talent in running social programs is needed in his place. Sylvia Napi program said she will also but has not yet spelled out her intentions to the board Cirtinid Dentil MKhinlc GUFF BLACK. BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDI8AL DENTAL BLD6. LwirLml PHONE R.W.Y. Antique and Modern Upholstering 1016 -1 st Ave. South Phone 328-5257 Anytime Open 6pm to 9 p m Weekdays WALTER YACYSHYN HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 344 9th St. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Napkins Think You Card Mitf Hour Service II We provide complimentary personalized Hble place cards with each FREE CUSTOMER PARKING _________ GUARANTEED SERVICE To i and other makes ol ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 2 to Mrva you ANGLO STEREO PHOTO SERVICE DEPT. 41 3th StTMt South PtKHW 326-0878 services set holiday schedules Most Lethbridge residents will have a three to four day holiday this Yuletide as all but essential services slow to a standstill. The majority of businesses will be Box- ing Day and New Year's with services reduced or not provided at all during these three days. The courthouse will be clos- ed these three days with a skeleton staff working Mon- while provincial judge's court will be closed Christmas Eve and during these three days. There will be no bread delivery on the three public holidays and no milk delivery. The two Palm and will not deliver milk the Wednesday following Christmas nor the Wednesday after New Year's since Wednesday and Sunday are regular non-delivery days. Letter carrier service will stop Christmas Boxing Day and New Year's Day. The post office public lobby will be closed and no wicket service will be given On Christmas and New Year's all services in and out of Lethbridge will be cancelled and on Boxing Day there will be one complete clearance of all street letter boxes on the Sunday schedule. City buses will run on the holiday schedule Boxing Day and New Year's Day. One bus will leave north Lethbridge and another will serve the south part of the city. Buses will run hourly from p.m. to 8.30 p.m. City hall employees will have Monday off and will be off on Boxing Day and New Year's. But the automatic secretary device will provide emergency telephone numbers. Essential services such as and the power house and water treatment plant will be maintained. Provincial government of- fices will close Christmas Boxing Day and New Year's while federal government offices will be open on Monday but closed during the other three days. The mam branch of the public library will be open Christmas Eve from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. instead of 8.30 p.m. with the same schedule for New Year's Eve. The library will be closed Box- ing Day and New Year's while the south branch will be clos- ed both Monday and Dec. 31 as well. The Alexander Gait Museum will be open from 1 p.m. to p m. Friday and Saturday following Christmas but closed on all other days until after New Year's. Hours are from 1 p.m. to p.m. HANZEL Extra Wear For Every Pair 371 7th Street South FURNACES SHEET METAL WORK POWER HUMIDIFIERS AIR CONDITIONING by and Alcon Refrigeration 2214 43rd St. S. Phone 327-5816 INSTALLATION ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANERS 1709 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5973 Banks will be closed Christ- mas Boxing Day and New Year's Day with most city stores on the same schedule including major department and food stores. The Family Y and YWCA will alter its schedule for the holidays. The Family Y changes its closing time Mon- day and Dec. 31 from 11 p.m. to 2 and it with the will not be open New Year's or Boxing Day. Skating rinks and Fritz Pool will be closed Christmas and New Year's but on other days services at the rinks and pools will be extended. The rinks will extend their services in recreational family and public skating while the swimming pool will also make more ser- vices available to the public. Time Air will not be flyini Christmas Day but it will flj as usual on other days. airline is busy making las minute arrangements foi Christmas travellers and putting extra sections 01 flights. Greyhound Bus Lines wil continue normal service will extra buses being put on U handle the overload when they are needed. The two city Alberta Liquoi Stores will be open from K a.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday closed Tuesday and Wednes day with normal to Fri day and Saturday. The liquoi stores will be open from K a.m. to 6 p.m. Dec. 31 and wil be closed New Year's. The stores will open later thar at noon Jan. foi stock taking and will close a I 11 30p.m. Peigan woman and husband allowed to stay on reserve BROCKET-The Peigan band council has decided to allow an Indian woman married to a non-Indian to continue living on the although the couple will not have rights associated with band membership. Gordon assis- tant band told The Herald the family is the only one affected by a Supreme Court of Canada ruling in September which stated thai Indian women marrying non- Indians lose Indian status. He said the woman has always lived on the and councillors could see nc reason to ask her and her hus- band to leave. Former local researcher dies Former Lethbridge agricultural research scien- tist Henry Hurtig died recent- ly in Ottawa. Dr Hurtig started his career in the Dominion En- tomology Branch of the Canada Department of Agriculture in Lethbridge in 1939 After service in the armed forces from 1941 to Dr Hurtig served as head of the entomology section at Suffield until 1956 He moved to Ottawa in 1959 and was appointed co- ordinator for the field of pesticides in 1964. When he died he was chairman of the co-ordinator group on plant protection. He instigated the Canada Committee on Pesticide Use and was responsible for the development of insecticide chemistry throughout the branch. He was the recipient of twe major awards from the 7th International Congress ol Plant Protection in France. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC SchwirlzBldg. 2225th St. S. .Phone 328-4095 Stocking For Toys and Flashlights See Your Favorite Dealer or Leister's Music Ltd. CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES Tis the season to be Here's hoping your holidays are filled with only the very from the management and staff at. OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 236 36th St. Lethbridge Phone 327-1571 Terry Bland Photography 1224-3rd Ave S. Phone 327-2673. College Mall 329-0211. Taber 223-2402 Terry Bland Photography Ltd 1224-3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-2673. College Mall Taber 223-2402 Terry Bland Photography 1224- AN EXCEPTIONAL OFFER FORTHE DARK ROOM ENTHUSIAST We have just received a complete supply of SAWYER'S GRAND PRIX SLIDE PROJECTORS ranging in price from......... A KROKUS 6X6 COLOR ENLARGER Reg. ValueSl23.50 we also have an excellent supply PROJECTOR SCREENS starting at........... plus 1 Kalimar 11X14 adjustable enlarging easel. Reg. value Total Reg. Price OUR PRICE COMPLETE 95 we have a complete line of HANIMEXSUPER8 DUAL MOVIE PROJECTORS WE STILL HAVE A LARGE SELECTION OF Darkroom Developing Kits .95 ;