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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI UtHMUOOI HfRALD Monday, hbnwy 1 To call tenders today Tenders are to be called to- day for the installation of ser- vices to ths city's west side and reservoirs on the north and west sides. Because of the uncertainty of the availability of funds for capital works this year, ten- ders will be called for al- ternate projects. One would include both reservoirs, the other would see only the north side reservoir built. Ted Lawrence, engineer- ing director, has told city coun- cil the north side facility must be built this year to service the expanding industrial park. The same approach will he used in providing basic ser- vices (sewer, road, water) to the west side. One project would involve only partial ser- vices; the other would see the city providing all services for Phase One as originally plan- ned. The amount of money avail- able depends largely on how the city finances needed to pay for secondary sewage treat mart f anilities. Help from the provincial gov- ernment has been requested and Premier Strom has indi- cated a reply should be forth coming this week. Tenders will close Feb. 23 and contracts should be award ed in March. Hello dolly, so long dolly It may have been a case of assuming that anything left in the city garbage dump is fair game for anyone who wants to pick it up. In any case, the Salvation Army is short one furniture- moving dolly blue in color and valued at A crew from the Army was using the dolly Saturday afternoon at the sanitary landfill site. They drove off without it, and returned 15 minutes later to find it gone. FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE! Group seeks deferral on riverbottom plans The city's parks recrea- tion commission is recommend- ing to the Municipal Pluming Commission that action be de- terred in regard to two appli- SERVICE OF WITNESS A special service of witness and communion was held Sunday afternoon in St. An- drew's Presbyterian Churci to officially welcome members of the former Hope Reformed Church into the congregation. The Presbytery of Calgary-Macleod, in charge. Special guest preacher was Dr. Murdo Nicholson of Calgary, moderator of the Synod of Alberta. Vext edition Friday Meliorist continues with same staff By JIM WILSON Herald Education Writer The University of Lethbridge student newspaper, The Meliorist will continue publica- tion with its existing staff, fol- lowing motion of confidence by students' Sunday night. society council The paper will be published this Friday as scheduled, and will continue on a weekly ba- sis. The council was forced to make the decision following an ambiguous stucent vote in a referendum last week. In a 40 per cent turnout, 85 per cent said they wanted a newspaper, but 56 per cent said they dis- approved of the political and social viewpoints of The Meliorist. The council's majority vote to continue the paper came af- ter about half an hour of dis- cussion. Five council members voted in favor of the paper, three against it and two, in- cluding Meliorist editor Allan Wilson, abstained. Mr. Wilson told the council meeting that if only the sto dents who desired a newspaper were counted, 51 per cent ap- proved of the paper as it has in the past. He said it is the paper's pol- icy to print contributions from non-staff members whenever they are submitted, and added that he will "actively seek -ma- terial from my opponents low." How much ine paper might change its point of view and its language, he said, will be de- cided by his staff at a meeting Tuesday. "But a good press shouldn't necessarily be pleasing pso- he said. "It should be agitating without being too alienating." Robin Dann, students soci- ety council president, said ha had mixed feelings about the decision and the controversy which forced his council to call the referendum. "It means that either our newspaper is terrible or els 2 the climate of this university and of southern Alberta is not in any way conducive to free- ccm of expression, which is even Mr. Dann said. He said he thought it was a combination of the two factors vhich had' created the Meliorist battle. He said the council had 'played politics" throughout the entire Meliorist at least four council members are seeking re-election, and our council members are Meliorist staff members. Bob Rasmussen, the council- lor who initiated the anti- Meliorist movement, said he will oow seek to have the pa- BENY'S FEBRUARY SERVICE SPECIALS EFFECTIVE FOR THE WHOLE MONTH OF FEBRUARY DO IT NOW! per's editor elected by popular vote each spring, rather than leaving his selection up to the Kelicrist staff, who now ap- point the editor from among thsir membership. Tha move would require a change in the constitution, pos- sible only by votes at two con- secutive students' society coun- cil meetings or else by a 75 per cent majority at a general student meeting at which more than 150 students are present. Witnesses assembly Feb. 12-14 About 800 persons from southern Alberta are expected o attend a semi-annual circuit assembly of Jehovah's Wit- nesses Feb. 12-14 at the Civic Sports Centre. The three-day assembly will feature messages by Doug Clegg of Toronto, district su- pervisor of 150 congregations in Alberta, Saskatchewan and parts of British Columbia. Also attending will be Roy Brodie, circuit supervisor of 13 con- gregations in southwestern Al- berta, including the two con- gregations in Lethbridge. The public is particularly in- vited to attend an address by Mi-. Clegg, entitled Who Wil Conquer the World in the to be given Feb. 14 al 2 p.m. Also featured will be a bap- tism service for ministerial students being ordained. Dur- ing the past 18 months more than persons from around the world have been baptized into the faith. Arvid McKee, presiding min- ister of the Westminster Con- gregation in Lethbridge will be Jre convention chairman. cations requesting o develop a mobile and a campground in the riv- erbottom. In a letter to the MFC, T. G. Atkinson, chairman of the rnrks and recreation commis- iion, said nothing should be done with the two proposals that would interfere with city council's freedom to act on a report being prepared by a con- sultant on river valley recrea- tion development. No river valley area within control of the city should be "spot-zoned" prior to council's action on development proposals for the whole area, Mr. Atkin- son said. Council agreed to deferment in March, 1969, when it called for initial river valley develop- ment guideline proposals. Coun- ptrmission' cil has had the home park the past year but decides! U> ob- tain" the opinion of a private consultant before acting on any zoning guidelines. On Jan. 13 the MPC request- ed a site analysis report in re- gard to an application by Toi- lestrup Construction for per- mission to develop a mobile home park in the rivertoottam. The report was to be done by the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission in con- junction with the parks and re- creation commission, gineering department city and the MPC. Mr. Atkinson has informed Dayliiier operating as usual Train service in Lethbridge is hot expected to be affected by a CP Hail work stoppage in TUNE-UP SPECIAL! Here's What We Do Sun Scope Test Compression Test Replace Points Replace Plugs Replace Condenser Check Wiring Check Battery and Cables Adjust Drive Belts Charging System Test Anti Freeze Adjust Carburetor Check Fuel Filters Power Check ALL WORK GUARANTEED Business note Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Lundgren and Miss S. Karpuik, chiro- practic assistant, all of Leth- bridge, participated in a re- cent seminar of the Parker Chiropractic Kesearch Founda- tion at the Fairmont Hotel in Dallas, Texas. Calgary. A CP Rail spokesman said the Lethbridge Calgary day- liner will be operating as usual and local service should be on schedule. Enginemen and firemen em- ployed by CP Rail booked off sick Sunday, bringing most of the city's railway operations to a standstill. The Edmonton-Calgary Day- liner has been cancelled in both directions today because the equipment makes the run both ways, with the train originating in Calgary. No freight trains operated in Calgary Sunday and none were expected to move today. Spokesman would release no details of the dispute. the MPC the Tollestrup propo- sal is contrary to the basic con- cept of both river valley de- velopment reports: that the river valley should be de- veloped as a recreational open area to serve the diverse re- creational requirements of resi- dent and tourist populations. A mobile home park would per- mit semi-permanent, y e a r- round residences in the river valley. The campground proposal is more in keeping with the type of facility that the two reports recognized should be provided in the river valley setting. Mr. Atkinson said. The proposed lo- cation, however, is in an area which both confidential reports identified as the best location for a very site-dependent devel- opment. The consultant's final report on river valley development has not been presented to coun- cil. It is expected soon. meals for. pennies AL GREENWAY FREDA WALTON Greenway win Lemmy award Lethbridge Musical Theatre presented its annual award, the Lemmy, to Freda Walton and Al Greenway, at the group's cast banquet Saturday night. The Lemmy, given to person or persons deemed to have contributed the most to three or more LMT productions, is presented annually following the group's fall production. This year's show was My Fair Lady. The winner is chosen by the two directors of My Fair Lady, the president of LMT and past Lemmy winners, if they were active in fhc autumn show. Mrs. Walton, owner-operator of a Lethbridge beauty salon, has handled make-up and hair- styles for eight LMT shows, in- cluding summer productions. Mr. Greenway, warehouse manager for a local firm, has been connected with seven pro- ductions as a member of the on-stage cast and is perhaps best-known for his portrayal of Big Julie in the 1968 production of Guys and Dolls. Both winners have also work- ed with shows by Playgoers of Lethbridge and the Allied Arts Council. Past winners of the Lemmy are Kaye Hobistm Ray Jolliffe Shirley Wilson Fran and Era Bayly (1S68) and Ed Bsyly and Nor ma Maclnnes Cadet news Members of No. 2296 Array Cadet Corps will parade Tues- day at p.m. in the Lelh- bridge armory according to or- ders issued by Capt. N. E. Price, chief instructor. Trans- port runs at regular time. 1 Power pole catches fire City firemen answered a rather unusual cell Sunday afternoon. They were called out to ex- tinguish a fire at a power pole behind Hoyt's Hardware. The blaze was soon put out and damage to the pole was minimal. No cause for the fire has been determined. ALL WORK PERFORMED BY FACTORY TRAINED EXPERTS WITH YEARS OF EXPERIENCE SPECIAL WHEEL ALIGNMENT ONLY ,85 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SERVICE -g J% ,95 Includes fluid and all ad- justment, ONLY BENY CHEVROLET OIDSIUIQBILE SERVICE DEPARTMENT 7nd AVE. and 8th STREET S. 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