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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SKI VACATIONS Inquire re Slti Holidays available Banff Laurenlians Colorado ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL Phone 328-3201 SECOND SECTION Lcthbriclf'e, AlbiTla, Thursday, December 30, 1971 PAGES 9 TO 18 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4th AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA SEE US FOR ALL YOUR OPTICAL NEEDS MFC approves suites The M u n i c i p a 1 Planning Commission W e d n e s day ap- proved an application by Astra Homes Ltd. to build a ,16-5 u i I e apartment at 1G23 Scenic Drive. A spokesman for Astra Homes said financing and cer- tain engineering for (lie apiut- mcnt building have not been fi- nalized and construction will not start until at least March. Although the apartment building is permissible under zoning for the area, southwest of Scenic Drive and 16th Ave. S., the application did not re- ceive the unanimous approval of the MFC. Alderman V e r a Ferguson voted against the development saying the complex of apart- msnts on the site now is "one of the ugliest sights in the city." The application was ap- proved with the conditions that parking, landscaping and gar- area comply with plans submitted to the' development officer. On another matter, the com- mission simply filed an appli- cation from Holiday Village Ltd. to revise the parking lay- out on the Holiday Village site. The application was submit- ted in October after the park- ing set-up in the existing lot had been changed from 90- degre'e to 45 degree-angle stalls, providing less parking. Holiday Village has recently decided to change the lines on the lot back to 90-degree park- ing and cancelled the applica- tion. The MPC also refused an ap- plication from P and M Hcot Enterprises requesting permis- sion to establish i retail outlet for recreation vehicles at 538 6th St. S. Permission was refused be- cause the sale of trailers does not conform to the use estab- lished for the property. HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill Ltd. 1J62 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 must go By GREG McINTYUE Slat! Writer A Social Credit MLA lias ap- p 1 a u d e d t'nc new Progres- sive Conservative government's ilan to review legislation con- CHINOOKS NOT ENOUGH Snow removal opera- tions got under way Wednesday night and before the New Year, 3rd Ave. to about 18th St. S. will be clear. Once the packed snow is scraped from the asphalt, it is loaded on trucks and carried away. City crews are also working on 13lh St. N. and have completed scraping Mayor Magrath Drive. City police have City police investigations for I N. at about 2 a.m. and Prug- thc p'ast 24 hours have included Ban stb six break-ins, three major car crashes and a very unusual theft from a parked auto. A break- Wednesday at discovered the Galbraith School, 9lii Ave. N., resulted in the theft of cash, a 1967 centennial Canadian coin proof set valued at about and a stop-watch. Police report entry was gain- ed by breaking a boiler room window. A plate glass window to the principal's office was also broken during the theft. Break-ins discovered early this morning by constables on Hie beat included Spencer's Pump Service, 249 12th St. A SEE YOUR WAY INTO 1972 With a projector from McCready-Baines Pharmacy during our "AFTER CHRISTMAS SALE" MOVIE PROJECTORS BOLEX 18-9 DUO. Sale price BOLEX MULTIMATIC. 1C M80Z.......... Sale price KODAK INSTAMATIC M852. Sale price ZEISS IKON MOVIEtUX 58. Sale price SLIDE PROJECTORS KODAK CAROUSEL PROJECTORS. Now in slock trie 6jb', 750, 760H, 800. BELL AND KOWELL CUBE PROJECTORS. inn QF Priced from 107.73 "Where Sales are Backed By Service" 219.95 309.00 226.95 162.50 109.00 83.95 McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. CKARGEX 614 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3555 ger's Accordian College, 530 5th St. S. at about 3 a.m. At press time city police were also investigating overnight break-ins to Bert's Maple Leaf mechanic shop, 223 12th St. B N., Revelstoke Transit Mix plant, cornei- of 12th St. and 2nd Ave. N. and Lethbridge In- dustries Ltd., 1117 2nd Ave. A N. Traffic accidents ranged from spectacular, to costly and unusual. James Critchfield, 964 9th St. S., escaped injury when the car he was driving skidded on the brewery hill, smashed through the guard rail and plummeted to the bottom of the brewery gardens at about 1 p.m. Wed- nesday. Mr. Critchfield said he had seat belts in the car, but he had not been wearing them at the time. Damage to his car to- talled Damages totalled nearly 000 when cars driven by Mer- ton Ray Vaile of the Leth- bridge district and Herbert Hans Bohnart, 3002 S. Parkside Drive collided head-on in the 1700 block of 12th Ave. S. short- ly after 1 p.m. Wednesday. The drivers were alone in WE HAVE MOVED ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC 222- -5th St. S. SCHWARTZ BLDG. 328-4095 LEAVITT PHOTOGRAPHY FILM DEVELOPING LOWEST PRICES FAST PICKUP AND DELIVERY SERVICE 122 8th Street South Phono 328-2862 (24 hrs.) FROM MIDTOWN RECREATION Management and Staff Wishes you a Happy New Year! HOLIDAY HOURS: Closed Doc. 31 si, New Year's Evo at p.m. Closed Jan. 1st, Now Year's Day and Sunday, Jan. Re-opening Monday, Jan. 3 at a.m. 325 5th St. South narrowly their cars at the time of the accident and were not injured, missed the heads of Mrs. Doug- About damage and no in- juries daughter. Communal property act .rolling colonies the size of in Alberta. Huttcrile Dick Gruenwald, Lethbridge West MLA said his first reac- tion to the 19-17 Communal Property Act was to wish such discriminating legislation had never been necessary. "I'm not a discriminating type of said the form- er separate school trustee and member of an advisory com-1 leritcs must bc approved by miltee to the Alberta Human the C o m m u n a 1 Properties Resources Council. Municipal Affairs Minister David Kussell has suspended the C o in in u n a 1 Properties Board and announced the gov- ernment will crties Board. There arc about Hut- tcriti's living in I6C colonies In .Mr. Gruenwaid said the Hut- nt will review the prop- j was act next year to bring it' vcry hc comc into line with the province s j canclusions yct as to human rights legislation. The act, introduced by the former Socred government, 15 shculd bc done. The matter may come up at a Kocrod caucus in Edmonton another and limits the firm policy for the next sitting miles of size of new colonies. All land purchases by Hut- of the legislature that starts March 2. Gruenwald will support 'good' legislation regardless of originating political parly Socred MLA Dick Gruenwald feels little loyalty to the Social Credit party 'line and will cross political boundaries in the Al- berta legislature to support anything that has merit. In an interview with The Her- ald, he was quick to add that H has no intention of crossing the floor to join the recently elected Progressive Conserva- tive government of Premier Pe- ter Lougheed. Mr. Gruenwald, MLA for He predicted a Socred cau- Lethbridge West and John An- j cus in Edmonton in January derson. Lelhbridge East were i will be more of a strategy ses- bolh elected Socred members for the first time in the August 1971 election that saw the reign- ing Social Credit government of Harry Strom defeated. Mr. Gruenwald said he hopes Opposition members will have ample freedom to express their individual views on matters in UK legislature. Olson tours south Alberta Federal Agriculture Minister I He will be in the Irvine Coin- Bud Olson will attend 13 pub-1 munity Hall Jan. 10 from 2 to 4 lie meetings in southern Alber- j p.m. and then at the Medicine Henderson Lake akcwood Rd. short- resulted when a car and Damage to the pick-up truck cily bus collided at the inter- totalled about S300. There were section of Blvd. and L ly after 2 p.m. The car was driven by Jane Elizabeth Dogterom, 1314 7th Ave. S., and the bus was driven by Frank Chretin, 1R02 20th St. S" Mrs. Donna Douglas and her 13-year-old daughter, Vulcan, miraculously both of escaped injury when the pick-up truck they were driving skidded into the rear of a loaded lumber do- livery truck shortly after 11 a.m. Wednesday at the inter- section of Mayor Magrath Drive, and 2nd Ave. S. Police report the Douglas' truck, loaded with four steers, was unable to stop on ths icy road and slid into the rear of a lumber delivery truck stepped at a traffic light. Lumber in the rear of the large delivery truck crashed through the windshield cf the no injuries. Driver of the de- livery truck was Keith Can- nady. 811 1 2th St. A N. Felice also investigated an unusual theft from a parked car. Marcel Dupasquier, 031 21st St. N., reported the complete distributor assembly was stolen from Ms car while it was park- ed Tuesday night in front of his home. The distributor assembly is valued ?t about S50. ta Jan. 3 to 12. Monday lie will be in the Manyberries Community Hall from to 4 p.m. and that Hat library from 8 to 10 p.m. Jan. 11 he will be in the Hilda Community Hall for an after- noon session from 2 in 4 o'clock evening in the Foremost Com-1 and then to Ralston Recreation Hall from 8 to 10 Centre from 8 to 10 p.m. munity o'clock. Tuesday he will visit the Bow Island Legion Hall from 2 to 4 p.m. and the Taber Legion Hall from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday he will be in the Vauxhall Community Hall from 2 to 4 p.m. Jan. 7 he will travel to Masinasin Junior High School from 2 to 4 p.m. and then to the Milk River Catholic Church basement for an 8 to 10 p.m. Kion than a policy-forming con- ference. He said it will bc more im- portant for him as an MLA "to get the right decisions for the majority of the people of the province" than to support the parly line. whole point is that I want to bc a constructive typo of person and not just criti- cize for the sake of criticizing." Mr. Gruenwald said if New Democratic Party MLA and party leader Grant Notley in- troduces something that would bc for the good of the public "even though I'm about as close to the NDP as I am to Ilic moon" he would support Mr. Notley's proposal. Mr. Grucnwald said although he does not expect to oppose his party's stand on most BISSETT ELECTRIC (1971) 226 12 St. A. North Phone 327-7508 NOW UNDER THE NEW OWNERSHIP OF LEON J. CZAJKOWSKI Autr-n-ized Dealer and Service Centre for Jp' BRITISH SEAGULL The Best Outboard Motor for the World! BRITISH SEAGULL Pemmicctn toi Lcthbridge oldtimers are polishing their shoes today in preparation for the social ev- ent of the year the an- nual Penin-.'.can Club Ball. The music and gay revelry get under way at 9 o'clock at the Ex- hibition Pavilion. The festivities are expect- ed to carry on the wee hours of the morning. COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 Jan. 12 he will travel to Del i pcreonal principles are more important than party pol- Bonite Churcii Hall from 2 to 4 p.m. and then to Raymond Town Hall from to p.m. The object of the southern Al- berta tour is to inform farm- ers and ranchers of federal government moves. Mr. Olson will speak for a brief time and then answer questions. itics. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAty lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL 8LDG, PHONE 327-2822 It crtontf Strttch Stltelm. Sitting pillion' warld'i molt Yinallli ttjtftaa machlnf. DONt BUY UNTIL YOU TRY Far untad SEWING Cf NTRE 4M Stn Strut tiftrlli THE HARD WAY II is comparatively easy to prosper by trickery, the violation of confidence, oppression of the weak sharp practices, cutting corners all those methods that we arc so prone to palliate and con- done as "Business Shrewdness." It is difficult to prosper by the keeping of prom- ises, the deliverance of value in goods, in services and in deeds and in the meeting of so-called "shrewd- ness" with sound merit and good ethics. The easy way is efficacious and speedy the hard way arduous and long. But, as the clock ticks, the easy way becomes harder and the hard way becomes easier. And as ihe calendar records the years, it be- comes increasingly evident that the easy way resls hazardously upon shifting sands, whereas the hard way builds solidly a foundation of confidence that cannot bu swept1 away. THUS WE BUILDED Copyrighted by Norland Sanders, 1937 Sincerest Best Wishes To All for a Year of Happiness and Prosperity! SVEN ERICKSEN ERIC SMITH Add a Touch of Loveliness With a FRACHE'S CORSAGE Artistically designed to Comple- ment Your Dress New Year's Evel Fracfie's Ffower Shop 322 6th Street S. Phone 327-5747 A PEACEFUL NEW YEAR People ore congregating to usher in a New Year. We join in wilh thanks. Closed Now Year's Eve, Dec. 31 at p.m. Closed Jan. 1 and Jan. 2, Saturday and Sunday Re-opening Monday, Jan. 3 at a.m. BEST WISHfS from MANAGEMENT and STAFF Lethbridge Hotel Coffee Shop Slh SI, and 2 Ave. S. Phone 327-1049 ;