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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tutidiy, January 7, 1975 City Scene Auto accident injures man A Lethbridge man was treated and released from Municipal Hospital early this morning after being involved in three ac- cidents on Mayor Magrath Drive South's 500 block. Lethbridge city police say Ray Owen Markham, 36, 2312 28th St. S. was in collision with a car driven by Merril Schweitzer, 21, 260212th Ave. S. about a.m. He then struck a parked car belonging to Sharon Louise Ball, 3205 Lakeside lioad. Following this, Mr. Markham struck a tree on a boulevard at 5th Avenue and 20th Street South. The accident is still under investigation by police. About damage was reported. Sewing machine, silver taken A South Lethbridge residence was broken into Monday and a sewing machine and two silver six inch candlesticks worth were reported stolen. Matthew Lipton, 42113th St. S., told Lethbridge city police sometime between and 5 p.m. someone entered his residence through an unlocked front door and took the sewing machine and candlesticks. Oxi'am donations reach Donations from the Lethbridge area to Oxfam's egg pro ject, which'Will send four million processed eggs to the children of Bihar State, India, have reached A large part of the total has come through the effort ol young people, says Walter Schmid, Lethbridge Oxfam com- mittee chairman. More than was donated by Catholic Central High School students, by the St. Joseph's School student union in Coaldale, and by the Gilbert Patterson Grade 4 students, Mr. Schmid said. Students at Catholic Central also held a staryathon before Christmas which will add about to the total, he said. Kindergarten meeting tonight The Coalhurst Kindergarten will hold its general meeting tonight, starting at in the Coalhurst Legion. After the meeting, at Rich Schott, from the depart- ment of culture, youth and recreation, will speak on activities for developing muscles in children. 3S> BILL photo Wall drapes Workmen at the million research and extension complex at the Lethbridge Research Station start to remove protective canvas from concrete walls poured during the present cold spell. The main floor for 'he central heating section and form work for the concrete walls of the laboratory wing are completed as work is on schedule. The project is expected to be completed the summer of 1976. Fort to bug water mains in leak location try Naturalists' meeting Friday complailltg aboi Lethbridge naturalists meet Fridav for the first time this -j-j-i oil' BV D'ARCY RICKARD J-i 11 Id 11 Herald District rink permanently and to enlarge the east door. price includes instal' tion of fire doors on the ea MACLEOD same time, an Coun. Hodnett sa year. Guest speaker Michael O'Shea will give members of the T 1 S 11 SI 11 ff Lethbridge Naturalists Society a slide presentation on Waterton -U vl 1 J. 1.X Hio llo A 11 si Lakes National employees will soon be ing to the gurgles, splashes and bubbling sounds of will be moved to comply with the provincial inspector's will then use the do closest to the parking lot a park there as well. Society members have been asked to bring their 1975 The president of a courier service the January issue of its Council Monday night membership fees to the meeting, 8 p.m., Bowman Arts Centre. Lethbridge Chamber letters and Mandate, the cussed a way to "bug" Commerce says he doesn't Unhanded magazine unwelcome Lethbridge customers. The provincial government depends on Loomis to says it will conduct water pipes here. Said Coun. a national mail survey in Jim Coutts, head of the water January and February. It asks and sewer committee: valley Canada's newest monthly magazine, Elite, published for "today's isn't American owned chain of But the service isn't getting convenience stores, indicated anY better. says Cleve Hill. Monday Elite isn't sold "The laxity of the mai is mail, according to supervisor Jim Watts. Provincial offices in the city to keep track of would like to take a couple of mail that's long in coming, men and put them on a hear-noting the dates and location ing aid and start them at be at local 7-11 the magazines aren't great topic of enclosed by paper bands to he iiO 50-pound bags of mail a month to government sending and receipt, and end of town and try to find sending them with the these MACLEOD (Staff) Edgar said his fir Possibly it's the invitation on the front cover. "Look inside Canadian girls: 12 delicious pages. In any event Mike Martin, Alberta district manager nude photographs from Hjs own Canada the eyes of children Trust uses a servi The on y time sale of these between Lethbridge and types of magazines is Calgary because it can always authorized is if the publisher get next-day delivery, or distributor places a paper Both B L band around the in other cities. Meanwhile, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business has asked its members to contribute examples of postal "horror to the CFIB. "We can put another couple of men behind them on a Survey results will be taken backhoe, digging them up and personally to Postmaster get these leaks repaired. It General Bryce Mackasey, it could take a year. I don't think sa s we can get it done this of the Oldman River valley area within the town limits as a wilderness area received council's stamp of approval Monday night. Coun. Margaret Moses' motion "that we petition is a proper survey c the land. The river has shifte south and no one knows wh; belongs to whom. A larg block of land to the norl belongs to the town, he sale Martin said in an learned the town to survey Stanley from Calgary. "We're Late calls may cost three gallons of water and using one. The I 1 OI I other two gallons trickle across the river and that it be kept in its natural state" was approved by SCULPTURE Contains the Hammond, supervisor for all three 7-11 stores in Lethbridge, said Monday, jjg leaks in the water system. 1 But Mayor Charlie Edgar rateS are rinnSten said he thinks the town is Moses added a rider that "if possible the area be acquired by the MD Stanley is a grocery store, ahead of the leaks, that was referring to store A say, the leaks are along the Surform round file Surform aiuie uiuuie. MJKT MACLKOU (Staff) could come in to shop and find Town councillors ier child looking at the warning on said Coun. Margaret meeting to discuss getting any bigger or more operation of the new am- are just concerned with Crown land within area Pocket It upsets naipn webD and Dr. Bennett The old vehicle will "I don't think the leaks said Coun. Jim MACLEOD (Staff) Coping Saw 1L auiiiL Hennetl meet soon to dls. 6" t j t cuss a new rate for extra-duty The store does carry what f i the bill should be double what the town employee kept for town calls. said Mayor Edgar. He added the town would be surprised how much of that old Creek Municipa District councillor Joh Instruction 4- n .V services of town emp oyees. VIr. Martin calls the three p answering the call Roy White will now serving many is in the town of Fort Macleod ha Outline starter citizens are taking with town solicitor Rob mobile land is in bringing 84 and Gallerv. all vantage of the would like to see the of Lethbridge to dis- Town works the said residents surroundin SPECIAL magazines for men. Most of electricians and enough so we are not a proposed subdivision of George Bota didn't appear town into the MD recres time thev are on a workers, council with to pave the way for the happy with the situation it is a gravel area. 4 Cfl separate magazine rack and Council heard that one mlM sealed with paper bands. woman has called at least and he Packers Ltd. meat the intended method of packing plant here. not, I don't think the government should lease it Phil Hodnett, speak ing to his fellow town coun in the past years last year gave the Mr. Bota said the said Monday night, said thi Call Hardwars Dental Mechanic CLIFF BLACK, BLACK DENTAL the town electric worker answers, it usually requires a change of fuse in the woman's fuse Monday night decided to lease a small vehicle with a purchase option for electric meter readers a three-year option on device, apparently some type about 360 acres of land at of radio with headphones, was per acre, a total of It so finely tuned it is difficult to is situated east of town. hear the leaks with any The government's rejection of a lease to Buck Massey of Crown land near the way to get them in was U obtain 60 per cent of the eligi ble voters on a petition favor ng the move. DENTAL BLDG. lower LavBl PHONE put it in the said secretary treasurer Roy White. "We better give decision came alter Coun. Bennett said meter readers are using their own cars, on which the town has no Jacobson told council 10 of certainty as to their per cent of the land will go to location, public reserve. Coun. Bennett "I put the set on up near Said "thpv will hp hflnnv if fPnnn Phil of town, spurred the discussion. Council learned he wanted to establish a got Coun Hodnett said somewha gleefully. This adds up to ar extra per capita, in surance. The nicy win ue iidppy 11 nm i (UOUI1. rnn noQneil) there are just a few trees place and I could hear the on the land and had moved his barn to the grant money, said was Coun. Ralph it." diesel trucks way down the Hodnett. WERNER SCHMIDT Alberta Scored Mayor Charlie Edgar told councillors they must now bring in estimates for spending in various town ScougalFs he said. Council postponed appoint- Town council also approved ment of a delegate to attend llle purchase of two new the United Farmers of heaters for the curling rink at Alberta convention. The town a total cost of is a UFA member, buying gas- II took the to use the site as a gravel pit. Coun. Coutts suggested the province be asked to set its land aside as a will also mean that the Willow Creek MD will pay a portion of its recreation levy :o the town coffers, said Coun Hodnett. "We are the last ones in the the budget can be and oil from the co-op, learning it would cost half to come he said. Jim Coutts told council "I think we better get delegate must be named amount to repair the present irior to Jan. 21. heaters and .the repairs "couldn't be Coun. Moses: People in town are quite concerned about the riverbottom Jim Coutts intimatec t was about time as the recreation area was launchec 1 up to Edmonton fast so we can see what Phil Hodnett said the Council tabled a reouest by "onlv wav tn Piiarantpp years ago." can borrow." Sewer and water capital works Malesheski to purchase quate heat for the next six or lots seven, eight and nine in a SCven years" would be to DENTURE CLINIC ore-Sessional Meetinqs expected to amount area on 17th St. east the new MACLEOD 1922 to discuss vour increase in spending 5th Ave. Mayor Edgar Council approved The M.A.E. Belle 327-6565 E. S. P. FOX, C.D.M. CONCERNS PET "I think we can do this without a mill said Coun. Coutts. He noted a water drainage a contract to 'John's jroblem exists at times in the Construction of Fort Macleod back alley. to close the south door of donated S13 to the Fort Macleod Municipal Hospital children's LETHBRIDGE DENTAL UB J04 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. good for our WERNER DOUG were 30 rural accident calls out of a total of 140 ambulance calls during Society for Meals on CENTRE PLACE TIME John Viens told council. Ambulance rates will Metro N.D.P. to Taber Administration Bldg. 9 a.m Coaldale Ventura Inn 9 January 6 -3p.m. to "get that into line" with operating costs. Coun. Bennett will attend a JAN. 9-6 to LETHBRIDGE COULEE KRUZERS JEEP CLUB New Dayton New Dayton Hotel 10 January Eti Chapter Warner Roseanne Hotel 2 p.m Milk River. Roberts Motel January 10 -12p.m. January 5th Ave. Bel> Sigma Coutts Starlite Motel 2 5 p.m. January Election of Delegates Pot Luck THANKS to N.D.P. convention Election of ORDER OF Inserlftd by r Schmidl Campaign Calgary Film for their generous to all ;