Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 THE IETH8RIDGE HERALD Tmidoy, January 1973 lor 'Pans senior citizens 6 more LIP grants for south ar.ii en LIP foiling, serins; and organizing of Colen'.ar.. in Sir Alexander Gal; tion of 51-.S70 M'.jfeum. io: Mainrecar.ee works. Bow Pasa x- R.ver Irri2aiion District. En- Project, the (.in Crtnvsr --v- southern Albert Fedeni! coairibiKion of Pecsiocers arci Fass Associations. vail pay for workers APPROVED tt'EflE: -6 weeks to improve iiri- M u e -j Develep.Tec: services :o farm- pay for 20 '.verier? for 1- :he oi Lstibricse. ers. for of Repair and resioraiion pi1: v-.U sl-o-rt :r.e '-1-J-z c: :hree work on vsier dan. side- minor recule for '.veeks for and other facihcles. Town prove ihe liv re. Fecier- City men to visit Japan on clnb exchange program T-i-o vni; be 2 oar.y ci s_x Canadians v.-o Japan. progran Bob Kirocajia. a r.eziber of Lcrhbridce Ec-tarv C'-b Tre Moccay he iad teen select to axcrv 3oc Fc'.vieslazc. r: -j-.e i'mre-sir.- cf Leirr Food Service and four cr.-er men from Calfary. Ec- Lacomce arc G'assiyr. Saskstcbewaa or. tie five-week The two Letnbridge are scheduled to cersr. frorr. the Ma-ch 13 arj: retrrt Arril be only Ro'iiiaz ir. troirp "rd vrili cd is Rotary the 700 retired people ir. Crvnvsrest Pass area. CONCERN'. .1 HV.: citizens' project in to give companionship to the elderly, the dis.-..i aged and ihe handicapivd eral contribution of pay for seven workers weeks. Cerr.eie.-y. Park and Improvements by ihe To Tsber. Federal contribu'.: will pay for betwc-o and 17 workers for a to: man-weeks. The proy-v -tart with iwo workers. with 17 Li April. Tr.e ;ect er.ds May .Ail LIP proi-r-cts pay ar. age weekly wage of The staff for the museur.: jeci. who v-il! vrork under set-m supervisor Jaci E will be hired through the Canada Manpower Centre Work will start to prepare for the mus; summer season, which Jane. The museum is now Wecnesday and Sunday p.rri. to 5 p.m. Two other projects have applied for by ihe COZLT. services decanment tc? pje an of co.i" ry services available here. to look into improving ioca! vices for native woc'ie. BOB HIRONAKA BOB POWLESLAND Caretaker appointment represents- nve to Ae Japenese Horsy 'if- the bLa "the Nffrtb "'a' roc 37 spp'_i- ir.e five v toir an bac to srpl" --st C.c-s 7.1 .-I cti-e cjjces of apriicsccic er: par: of irje visit b Albaru.'1 Impaired driver jailed A Lethbr.dss -sr for re A pojcszisr soticec the a 5ecc--d cf irr.- -''eacec cert, C-O-T: a paired crlv-Jig TSS Sv-_ car. azd fiz- PriDTJiciil J-Cg5S "ll _ hi? on cay to thrw 'i i-e o-_. c. bwk cf ?th Ave. vsiih i ir.CiCert u COIZLZ- police 2 recticcal Iisrirjie Zd--nonrc-. hi: -IT :ci ;-Sve 2 Coizptoc. S3.100 ace i al-cobel c: .CO. School hs5" reen -c- tTLirees. Mr. Jarvts. oirre'tiy caretaker a: begin Feb. 1. His 15 ex- :o be corJinred by ;ees a: their reguJar rreeiir.r Jarvi5. for -Jie posiio-. All 2re Ci.-ei3jcer? a: cire: rubric ,c -e w L. i j freefs with ccuses of t Inspection swl! re.-c-ira cs Sect: n-jrse :'es tnro.'ch Fc SD'-Z! ;irsa. in bee JUST LOOKING FOR TROUBLE Ir. terms of human misery and loss of life, a hospital fire could be o.ne of the worst cat- asirophies in any city. To prevent this from hsown- inj in Lethbridge. the city's fire prevention officer. Docs Kcm- does an annual inspection of both Si. .Michael's General Hospital and Lethbridge Muni- cipal HosDifsl. In addition, he holds monthly fire drills to acquaint the hos- pitaJ staffs mth fire control and evacuation procedures. Hospitals and oLher "control- led such as sor.-ools F.rd numerics, must comply, with rigid builr'ing coce. tir.c standards of construcuon. For L-i'arce. all vertical chutes. e'evr-r-; "M burriry chates. must be vent- ed, so that smoke can be ex- hausted from the building, in- stead of moving from one floor to arotber. Ar.d smoke is the biggs: dirger in ary fire Mr. mo5T people who die in fires from tjon. unless ihey are caught irj an Tr.e lires 5v MichteVs L-v yielded onjy a few minor infractions. In the penthouse, which houses the hospital's air coa- ciiion system, the fire in- spector foirr.d a box re raes is a cardbisrn cox. DOC a major Lnfrac'.icc. cue severe eacu-ch to be axed in Mr. Komeu's re- pcn. which is !ste- fom-ried to :he hospital He also icoks for which noted or. the last ir-specior.. eosurbe tbat they beer. >rr. Kirr.rii the in ano despite hos- 7 rujes thai prohibit pc sr.okinr. -ji bed. marj 7-xr'.-: ccciinue to do so. Do licences corjLocor 5 c.-.ver s city hall Re._r. v, fc_ M ard year fcr beizs E Whei rec -g Traffic cr; h3ve P.O. SOX 698 LETHBRIDGE, '_j_s actior. >u-.o_.a-1 c: sucri ?_J ZO -tHZScT 1T.6 day Hear: Blit: Feh S Leih- "Febraar--- the heart month. ar.-d as in rrevic-us years, we vr._i conduct a ;a.d Suz.e }iiror.aka. ptir-licity MEN'S SHOES ODDS and ENDS ONLY Another Rack of MEN'S SHOES WOMEN'S SHOES HEEL HUGGER Heel Hugger and Selby Show Reg. 28.00. CLEARANCE, PAIR TEENERS' SHOES Must go. Reg. vaii.es to 19.00 NOW ONLY, FAIR DRESS SANDALS AND PUMPS Gold Crou Pavel Woolley Regular valun le 59 00 WOMEN'S SLIPPERS ALL PURSES 25% off CHILDREN'S SHOES GREEN'S ONE GROUP Short and diicontinued lines. Reg. la 12.00 .99 Group cf Savage and Butter Brown. Reg. to DOWNTOWN ON SIXTH STREET OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 P.M. Piop'.e interested sho'ila oon- ir'zcna McMuiiin! vear's campaign it ST7-6370. Mr; said the f-'ir-dation received L-.cijrhr.r the bhtr Last yea- it received itr. :r.e rut Fec- r..ar.' o-r campaicn rnor.th ar.J rr.cst cf the is re- on the Mor.day Heart eipLLtxti. "Nros: of o'jr money is spent on ;-'o ihe ar.d of hear, and bleed di.seasos." said. "In .r. by and b'.ood dis- eases Mrs. Hiror.axi slid of every dollar recei-.od by the founda- tion. 72 p-> to research. 12 cents to edtic.Tior.. three cert's In conmur.it; rl c c I o p raont. o.rht to ar.d five cents to management en- peases. FLOOR TIE Vinyl asbestos couge. 1 1 co'on to choose frcm in pcs'el shades .030 gauge. Special, per tile will be pleased to measure your room and quote you on the price of material only, or on the complete job, including installation. LUMBER CO. LTD. phone nth st. s. 3283301 "Your Pioneer Lumbers Dealer Since 1925"