Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PLANNING A TRIP? for All Travel Arrangements. Acranwdatioiu and CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Cerrtr. _ PhoM or 33M1M The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, February 23, 1971 PAGES 13 TO 24 ll'art of the path the line migh :ake to the city power plant. The city administration has not yet seen Calgary Power Ltd. plans regarding the power line. The line is to be installed sometime this year. Council also rejected a re- quest from Calgary Power Ltd. that the city spend 000 for two circuit breakers on the main transmission line into the city. 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The recommendations set in notion implementation of the fadings of the study, including oning and land acquisition. Alderman Jim Anderson, member of the Parks and Rec- eation Commission, told eoun- il the recommendations were uggested guidelines for dfr relcpment of the valley. He said the commission :ould act as an advisory body o council on matters relate; ,o the study, at least until such ime as a separate governing or advisory body had been se up. Such an advisory body was recommended by the commis- sion. Little was said concerning specific developments. A1 d Vaughan Hembroff asked tha recommendation that al vehicles be restricted to roads or designated areas be imple- mented as soon as possible. .He noted the damage being done a coulees by motorbikes ant urged special areas be se aside before further harm was done. Aid. Anderson said the com mission's position regardin mobile home parks in the va' ley was that it generally was not in favor of them. Council did take action on application from Allan Collins for a holiday campground the area between the high-leve train bridge and the Highwa 3 traffic bridge. The city has recently a< quired title to the area and th department of lands an forests has stipulated that can be used only for recreatioi] al purposes. This would nil out the proposed commerei; development and Mr. Collins to be so informed. Nothing was decided on tw other applications for touri. accommodations downstrea: on either side of the river. CHAIRMAN Mrs. Pat- trick Walker was returned as chairman of the Meals on Wheels committee at its an- nual meeting Monday. Other officers for the coming year include L. C. Halmrast, first vice-chairman; Mrs. R. S. Crisfield, second vice-chair- man; Mrs. Dale Cooler, trea- surer; Mrs. A. V. Walker secretary; Jack Duncan, W. C. R. Davidson, Mrs. E. W. Thurston, Sister Mary Clarissa and R. M. Frame, directors. Ambulance called for fight victims The Lethbridge fire depart- ment ambulance responded to two calls last night, Mowing street and bar fights. Lester Melting Tallow ot Cardston wss found about p.m. lying beaten on the street in front of the Marquis Hotel, a firefighter reported. He was taken to the emergency room of St. Michael's General Hos- pital, treated for facial cuts and released. At a.m. the ambulance was summoned to the bar at the Lethbridge Hotel to give aid to Ron Jacklin of Calgary. The firefighter's ambulance re- port stated Jacklin had suffer- ed bad cuts above and below his eye. He was taken to the emergency room of the Leth- bridge Municipal Hospital where his wounds were treat- ed. Some of them required stitches. R. AKROYD LTD. PLUMBING HEATING and GASFITTING 2634 21st Ave. S. For New Installations and Alterations Phone 328-2106 FREE ESTIMATES Construction worker escapes injury Ernest Loxton of Coalhurst "is lucky to be says a Luthbridge firefighter. 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