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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SUPERIOR 13 DAY MEXICAN FIESTA FOR CO-OP MEMBERS Departing Calgary January 19th, Only por person Based on double occupancy For reservations and information contact BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE Centre Village Phone 328-3201 or 328-8184 "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The Lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, Deccmljer 29, 1070 PAGES 11 TO 22 -c. PLANNING A PARTY? 7 SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITE (Special Prices on Bulk Orders) Wj WllfKQl ]705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 High-rise Start Decision expected expected in March of a nine-storey high-rise apartment on Mayor Magralh Dive is expected to get under in March. A spokesman for NHK Hold- ings Ltd. of Lethbridge, whose application for the 51-suite block was approved Dec. 9, said that since the deadline for appeals against the Municipal Planning Commission decision had passed with no protests being hoard from residents of the area the way was clear to start work as soon as spring weather arrived. The apartment, to be built in a low-lying area just south of 7th Ave. S., will project about 6 or 7 stories above Mayor Magrath Drive. The developers are planning a "low density" apartment, with between 60 and 70 per- sons accommodated in the 51 suites. It is to be an "ultra modern, luxury in keeping with the surrounding area, which includes Henderson Lake Park and the Nikka Yuko Centennial Garden. The tim he pr ated oject will cost an es- course location change unlikely A proposed young people's golf course in North Lethbridge apparently net have to move to leave room for future industrial expansion. City council will have before it tonight a recommendation from the finance committee that the course location in sec- tion nine on the outskirts of the city be confirmed. The only change is that the course is to be moved (for the second time) to the eastern edge of the section. This would I ommendalion contains a clause put it adjacent to 43rd St. _________ e directors and the fi- stating the city will not be re- nance committee to discuss de- sponsible for the provision of course leaves the western hah" of the northern portion of the section free for light industrial or residential development. This can be ser- viced by the city for an esti- mated Servicing the eastern portion, now reserved for the golf course, would re- quire installing a sewage lift station. The finance committee rec- tails has been set for Jan. 13. The ornnnsfirt moving of the HIGHWAY 3 SPEED INCREASED-The speed limits on various portions of Highway 3 in southern Alberta have been boosted to 65 m.p.h. from 60 during the day and to 55 from 50 m.p.h. at night. Department of highways crews started putting up the new signs Dec. 24. The increased speed limits are not in force on the highway unless posted. New signs have been erected from Leth- bridge to Monarch; from a mile east of Fincastle to Taber; and from the west limit of Fort Macleod to where the road narrows between Burmis and Lundbreck. Mid-January start scheduled for general courses at college Most Lethbridge Community College general interest pro- grams start in mid-January in 1971, and a number of them are new. The courses are non-credit, organized by the LCC school of continuing education and aim- ed at providing an enriching educational experience to pre- pare people of all ages to spend their leisure hours more effec- tively. A few of the courses are also vocational in nature, providing some training in various occu- pational pursuits. Dale Heylancl, acting director of the school, said the general interest programs also teach special skills, such as public COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 speaking, which are helpful in I Furniture antiquing, a survey nt a a c f n r ti nliilncnnhv many social situations. New courses include basic offset lithography, choral sing- ing w i t h instructor Willy Mathis, of Winston Churchill High School, drama, the nat- ural history of southern Alber- ta, beginners' painting and drawing, quilting, carpentry, how to buy building materials, a father and son special how to build dog houses and other things, patio furniture construc- tion and several others. Basic landscaping, house and garden landscaping and indoor gardening will also be offered for the first time. A number of farm and agri- culturally oriented interest courses will be offered, includ- ing agricultural law and poul- try nutrition and management. For the sports-minded, arch- ery, fly fishing and fly tying, golf instruction for beginners and intermediates and physical education are offered. REMEMBER THE HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON by Capturing all the Fun and _ Excitement on Film! hove of most Complete Stocks In loulnBrn Albcrlal Don't Forget to Stock Up On: FILM FLASH BULBS BATTERIES NEED A PRESCRIPTION FILLED? CALL 327-3555 McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S., lethbridge CAU 327-3555 FOR FREE HOME DELIVERY of far eastern philosophy, charm techniques, bridge, a study of Christian churches, ef- fective reading, effective speaking and law for the home- owner are also scheduled. For those with an artistic bent, landscaping and garden- ing, ceramics, creative decora- tions, woodworking, cake and pastry decorating, cooking for men, gourmet cuisine for wo- men, flower arranging, hair- styling for women, leather- crafts, painting for beginners, painting and drawing, sewing, sewing with knit fabrics, ad- vanced knitting, lingerie sew- ing and carpentry will be avail- able. Other courses include gen- eral interest language pro- grams, conversational French, psychology for personal growth and development, automotives A university by any other name? for the would-be repairman furniture for children, welding and several others. There are no entrance re- quirements other than an inter- est in the subject, and fees range from to with most at about per course. There are no examinations, and courses last from aboui three weeks to 10 weeks, usual- ly once a week from 7 to p.m. services ic MIC b-" ter for the c o u r s e can be came about after a sug- tained from a nearby from Tom Nutting, city tion canal. Services to the that council consider house may pose a problem. relative costs of servic- meeting between the land for light industry in 1903 disaster Second Almost 70 years after a south neak of the mountain of Turtle Mountain came that it had been declared ing down on the village in the 1940s but the Frank, there is still peak is solid. about the possibility of a currence of the 1903 A recent difference of opinion on the matter centres around a jropcsed trailer court ment south of the tracks near the Village The area in question may or may not be in danger of Howmc inundated in another depending on your point Stefan, former Leth- resident who has return- The Village of Frank to the city after 10 years of ently has faith in the moun-'ain's ability to stav in in professional tliea- jlace. The town council ilans for a trailer parking facility in an area under opens north peak of the George Davey, assistant director of the Oldman River gional Planning Commission, [eels a thorough geological study of the situation needs to be done before any develop-rncnt SOGS Olson, federal minister of agriculture, was scheduled to be the featured speaker at today's official opening of the million Taber and district In a letter to Charles Drain, MLA for Pincher Creek-Crows-Nest, Mr. Davey saiq1 the complex. Today is the beginning of a full week of varied events block is unstable, being an overlay on a shale the opening. It replaces the community centre If it goes, he said, the was destroyed by fire posed trailer court, the 1, 1969. and the village would be complex includes a mod- hockey arena, four-sheet Mr. Drain, who takes the ice, a skating rink posite point of view, told can be used as four ad- Herald he felt any sheets of curling ice, geologist would say with stage, kitchen Mountain is no more likely and meeting and ac- slide into the valley, than rooms on two floors. other mountain in the recreation centre con- He said he did not think with the community situation warranted the pool which escaped diture of government funds fire. It is adjacent to a new another geological nine hole golf course. The village meanwhile other personalities planning to go ahead with to attend today's project this spring, were: Douglas Miller, there is a need for for Taber Warner; Ray Milton Dypolt, mayor MLA for Little Bow; Frank, said the possibility of Clarence Jesperson, slide is "an old story" that District of Taber; never come true. He Max Gibb, Alberta depart- that there are some cracks of youth. Milk fund t i j. objective in The Herald's Cup of objective of was Fund in support of the for this year's campaign. tarian Service Committee Herald feels certain that Canada is still objective will be over-sub- section nine and on the west side. Servicing the west side w o u 1 cl cost tile city an esti- mated compared with in section nine. Uniy light industry was considered for development in both in- stances. Another aspect of the cost of Unless it can be conclusively shown that there is some immi- nent danger the project will go I ahead, he said. an. tre, has called for auditions for the lonesco one-act play, The Chairs. Auditions will be held at 8 p.m. in the Bowman Arts Cen- tre next Wednesday. The play is to be produced in February. The Chairs, accounted as one of the leading plays in the Theatre of the Absurd, calls for an aged man and woman, plus a second man, a deafmute, of no specific age. Mr. Stefan, who appeared in The Hollow Crown in Leth- bridge during the 1968 Western Canada Arts Festival, will di- rect the play. He is also considering direct- ing Stop the World, I Want to Get Off and Samuel Beckett's Krapp's Last Tape. Mr. Stefan recently taught drama in Edmonton high schools for two years. He has returned to Lethbridge, where he was raised, because of health reasons. He said he would direcl "play after play" in the city if persons interested in acting or backstage work responded. He is currently supply teach- ing in Lethbridge. Mr. Stefan has directed ama- teur theatre groups in Edmon- ton, directed University of Al- berta productions and appear- ed in theatres across Canada and tie U.S. He was a leading cast mem- ber of Death of a Nobody, a CBC-TV production which won the 1969 Wilderness Award as the best television production. He also appeared in the title role of The Casket Maker for the CBC 'and has worked in 2C radio plays for CBC radio and the provincial department of education. The Government of Canada seems a hit confused bi- lingually. In a Herald advertisement j Monday for a special public meeting on the Canadian con- stitution, the federal govern- ment asks everyone to go to the "Lethbridge Campus, University of Alberta" Jan. 13 for the meeting. The ad says the meeting will he "something like a Town Hall so hope- fully among other tidbits the parliamentary committee on the constitution will find out their hosts for the evening are full-fledged, independent University of Lethbridge p sonnel. The University of Alh n Is way up north somewhei _. A BOX OF MONEY-Grade 3 students at. General Stewart School were among recent donors to The Herald's Cup of Milk Fund, collecting from among themselves for the fund. Among the students involved in the project were, front: Decine Kenny, Lynne Toth and Cindy Chap- man; back row, Robert Bate and Michael Nowlin. services will also be before council tonight. Two delega- tions are scheduled to present their views on how the city should go abuuL paying fur LIIO secondary treatment facilities. In addition. 10 citi- zens have written letters to council expressing their views. Several of the briefs indicate that the writers have had time to analyze the material made available by tho city on the subject. They are lengthy and detailed. Others simply regis- ter the writer's opposition to any increase in the domestic sewer service charge. A basic point in many of them is that the citizens should not be asked to subsidize indus- try in any way in paying sew- age charges. Members of the Advice, In- formation and Direction Centre board will appear before coun- cil to request that AID be in- cluded under the city's preven- tive social services. The group's budget, including ex- panded services, is The city would be responsible for 20 per cent of this. Details relating to two local building projects are also on the agenda. Bylaws for closing a north- south lane and rezoning of cer- tain parts of the Shoppers' World site are up for first read- ing. Up for second and third read- ing is a bylaw that would allow multi-family dwellings in soma types of commercial zones. Schwartz Agencies Ltd. has plans for a combination office- apartment building near Centra Village Mall that would fit into the new category. Deadline for tenders is extended The call for tenders for the construction of the four room kindergarten for the Blood In- dian Reserve has been extend- ed to Jan. 6. The kindergarten will be lo- cated on a 10 acre site north of Kainai Industries in Stand- off, adjacent to the proposed town sub division. The department of Indian af- fairs, architects for the build- ing, expects construction to begin as soon as the contract is let. The school should be in operation by September, 1971. BLACK, Certified Dental Modianic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 scribed before the year's end. The need is there. About has been do- nated to date. Since Christmas city police have received several tele- phone calls that youngsters are still calling on homes carolling (or the Cup of Milk Fund. The Herald has no way of knowing whether these calls are genuine, nor is there any- thing The Herald can do to prove that donations will fact end up with the Cup of j Milk Fund. One point Herald editors would like to make: that, over the many years The Herald has supported the Cup of Milk Fund, through the generosity of its readers, a false repre- sentation is yet to lie heard of. If residents have any sus- picions whatsoever, it is sug- gested that carollers, or others, be thanked for their interest, and that contributions, if so de- sired, be sent or brought di- rectly to The Herald. The Herald will be only too happy to publish the names of the donors and the carollers. R. AKROYD LTD PLUMBING-HEATING and GASFITTING 2634 2Ist Ave. S. For New Installations and Alterations Pnone 328-2106 FREE ESTIMATES Turning the leaf of n New Year, ice wish you success and happiness To you, our appreciation. LUMBER CO. LTD. "Your Pioneer Lumber Dealer Since 1925" Cor. 2nd Ave. and 13th St. S., Lethbridge Phone 328-3301 ;