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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IFJH3RIDGE HERAIO December 58, 1972 expansion sewage plant load A SI. 5 million addition to the year old secondary sewage treatment plant could be nec- essary hcfore ISTiJ. the ci'.y council budget was told Wednesday. The prcpo-cd expansion included in the 1973-1975 capita! budget which the committee recomrr.tnd cDur.dl ap- prove r.ex: Monday. However, the expansion pUns are tenta- tively scheduled for City Tom Nutting said the ercpansion may have to be sooner because even now. "the city's loading at the plant is two times what the plant was designed to hanc'-le.'' The city bills industrial users of the facility a surcharge for sewage which exceeds a j tied volume or which fails be- low arid they are far exceeding the se'.vaae plants capacity." In "an interview later, Mr. Holfeld said some days last summer, six industries were contributing 90 per cent of the city's sewage and '-K.V.'I peo- ple '-ere contributing the other 10 per He tWed. that on many days, Ir.c effluent from the plant to the river is that the plant is doing its job. Mr. Nutting the city may soon have to begin considering ''clean industry'1 ;for the city instead of "wet in- idustry." Meat packing plants j are examples of wet industry, [he said. The budget includes S1.23 million over three years for the city's share toward construc- tion oi the bridge to west U-tlv bridge at 6th Ave. S. Mr. said it is likely the province will budget for the bridge next year. Cons'ruction could start as early as the fall of 1973, Mr. i.Vutting said. Finn but the revenue rrom that source falls far short of what is r.ceried. Mr. Xutiir.E slid City engineer Hardy Hoifeli told the committee. is more economical for u s t r i al plants to use the city's rr.vage facility than to buiW their arena What a difference a day WHY HUSBANDS CHEAT ON THEIR WIVES After, years oi marriage, how can a wife make sure that her husband remains faithful? Is sexual dissatisfaction the only reasonmen have extra-marital affairs? Dr. David Reuben, author of Everything Vou Alicays Wanted to Know About Sex, gives frank advice in the January Reader's Digest. Discover why it takes more than exotic sexual tech- niques to show a man that you love him and vvsp.t him. For helpful advice that coiijd strengthen your marriage, be sure to read WHY HUS- BANDS CHEAT ON THEIR WIVES one of 35 articles and features in the January Reader's Digest. At your newsstand today! The- bud set committee will recommend to city council that city owned property adjacent to 'the Lethbridge Community College be designated as the site for a. proposed seat arena. The recommend a t ion in- eludes a S25.WO commitment to hire- Phillips. Hillier, Jcnes and Partners of Van- couver for preparation of a preliminary design and estimate for their sports com- The subject was brought up during discussion cf the 1973- 1075 capital budget Wednesday and the committee, consisting of ali council members, was WINNERS Royal Cdn. Legion MIXED CURUNG LEAGUE DRAW 1st Prize J. D. FARSONS 1701 Ashgrove, Fd., 2nd Prin MARG DAVIS 1609 2nd Ave. N, 3rd P.lie Bob BROWN Raymind Drew i'.eld Sot., 23rd. told there is some urgency in gettins preliminary design and cost estimates. City Manager Tom Nutting said a commitment should be made socn to get the informa- tion so that construction can be schedukd for completion be- fore the 1S75 Canada Winter Games. Mayor Andy Anderson sug- gested local architect be con- sidered to prepare the plans and that "v.c should wait until the Winter Games site has been announced to decide on an architect." Aid. Vaughan Hembroff dis- agreed an 1 said any firm but PhiUire. Barratt would be "hard pressed to get the arena ur> in time" for the Games. Phillips, Barratt did the feasibility study earlier this year on the need for a major arena in the city. The committee concurred the decision on the Games site is a factor in the plans for construction of the arena. "II there s no Games, there's no building." Aid. Cam Barnes said. Tnat statement was tem- pered by the agreement among council members thai, construc- tion wrAi'd be delayed, not ne- cessarily cancelled. Where else but Lelhbrldge could il happen? nesdtiy Tom Baulton, above, and a few of his golfing mates went a few halei at the Henderson Lake Golf and Country Club. Today they are undoubtedly donning iheir scarves and gloves as are rnosl other Southe as has decided il will again show its brown Christmas, ihe south country may gel Year's, as the photo below jhows. Photos by Bill Groenen a rn Albertarrs, face. After a a New nd Rick Ervin f' 1 Col email io Grande Prairie Trunk road freeway Toe forestry trunk road said the minister. [as a result, "we can expect aj HJ also objected to a pro- "I don't want to sac- a situa- 1 good number: of foreign Inunsls posed review board, to K es- the crime that sounds like a snap. Fear hits like a punch in )Ko stomach when you couch: ihoplifling. It's a a surprise to the poor caught it loc-ki so foothills should be a "people road" rather than a super-highway, says the executive vice-president of the Travel and Convention jYssodation of South-em Alberta. A v.ide, hiyh-speed road requiring the clearing of considerable vegetation would destroy the natural beauty of the area, said Frank Smith. Mr. Smith agreed with a from develop where the average wage-earner can't afford the accommodation at a hotel. V.'e want to reach hitch-hikers, campers, fishermen." He said tourists in Alberta spent S1T5 million during 1073, while the provincial government million to promote tourism. The tourist industry must visit here an increasing number." NEW SYSTEM A new grant system for the 14 tourist zones in Alberta whereby each zone automatically will receive Jan. 1 ard other grants based on approved projects "mil undoubtedly improve and equalize zone efforts." A new million Jan. 1 and the veto power of executive director of the Alberta Government Travel Bureau and ths minister over anything proposed by the local tourist boards. A lack of local automony will destroy ''grass-roots" participation, said Mr. Smith. viewed not as ''a 'juick revenue ir'jstial incentives fund made minister responsible for tounsm buck for lhe hut in to V> private tairist-orien- i that tne road snould paved.; tcrms of what it v.iu 40 [ed opsrations during 1072 and j great program which gave us excellent tourist facili- ties in areas where there other- In an interview in Edmonton, the Canadian Press resorted i i .'.tr. Dowling to say the road j EXPERTISE i aiong the foothills from Cole- JIr said his depart-! might have been Irnan through the Kananasos i ha, YjtgUn -a process of said Mr. Dowling. i increasing" in the I Mr. Smith applauded new ef- i field by turning to to fort1! by the to pro- area to the Grande Prairie area i should be to carry i more tourL-.t traffic. "But v.hat we don't want to in that area is gas stations wjrilf establishing'former- tour-: uiak. .'.ery ssid Mr. Dowl-1 in pub-' zor.t: lie affairs to j at ever; not In the middle of the yellov; FOP. EVERYOVE Tr.e "must Vx: eartfui 'to provide retr.x-a'Jfm arwx'> everyone, not the pro'.irjcia! public affairs dspar.- rr'Ote tourism, particularly the j for promotional material, i new grant formula that wil! i money available to tourist at the start of the year. COMMUNICATION I However, the Lethbridge- based tourist zone spokesman! said there must be corn-; between local zones ar.d the government vvith the' provincial' tounsm body, the Travel Industry Assosiation of POLARIZED LENSES POLARIZED LEfiSES cc-r- He Kaid the province during year "m-ade gw-d in-roads irAo foreign markets, 5-> .Japan" suggeotefl! that Fram- plit- end rr.or Yo'j'ii qo A.'d wr stealing. reJciiOfi are ui'nq i-iods and To catch l ccught, The oro betier than ever. n you do, remember thai ihoplifting If car. get you up ts 10 in jail. Alcohol, drug commission changes welcomed here 1 Trie provindsl associaUon riirf i adequately consult ths 14 zr-ric-s before recommending the i rf w grant formula to the pro j vindal povemmcrit, said Mr. i Smith. Phone 327-5949 or 327-3609 r.r.l Arid if losing bother you, it will your your diioose. kid The moo Think i .e of life in the pokey doesn't bother your future. Long oflcr record you like a yourself cbouf the crinnQ of cor. up ihe r-jit of PUBLISHED AS A PUBLIC SERVICE BY The Lcthbridse Herald The of the borta Alrjohrjlhra and Drug CommLssion, giving grtnLer autonomy [or bridge operations, has been received here. ing five-year in.'.t'jad ryf one- j'ear plar-s. Mr. said a smaller comrnJssion of active momljtrs "will provide policy guidance i more expediently" and long- 'It instead of term planning "is a step in Iho rrrina a of the Calgary rjjrtil tlirtction." office, v.e nill Vx: fe. Hugh ArnoM, chairman of the Alberta Associa- lion's committee on alcoholism and drug abuse, said he viewer! re-orgarii7Ation as "internal for the programs iii Southern said Norm supervisor of the j office of the cornrni.v i sion. i T'r.e reorganization an- nounced by Health Minister Craw-ford last v.eek. Other chsnges include the hiring of a full time chairman, reducing tl.c of the commission from 12 to eight members, am) mak- changes" hut welcomed the rf.- gional responsibilities given to Tony Tobin, director of prc- ventive social services of hridge, the changes "allov. for expanded local program ming." PARADE HONIB SHOW HOME OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Wed., Thurs., Fri., 7-9 p.m. 1906 Lakeside Road (2 doon N. of Woolco's Main Entrance) PARADE HOMES LTD. Phono 328-8535 ;