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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta INQUIRE ABOUT NEW OVERSEAS AIR FARES EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 1973 {Subject to Government Approval) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, January 13, 1973 PAGES 15 TO SO LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower 7lli Street Shopping Mall Lelnbridge, Alberta Phoni (403) 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES London flu virus not here Provincial health authorities will start a weekly monitoring program next week to watch for an anticipated invasion of the London flu. "The London flu has hit Can- ada and it is only a matter oi time before it hits Alberta." Dr. Bill Wait, head of local health services anl communicable di- seases, said. In a telephone interview from Edmonton Friday, he said the new virus, which originated from England last year, has Dot yet been isolated in Alberta Dr. Watt said health authori- ties in Canada were prepared in October for the influenza out- break to cross the Atlantic. "I was in Ottawa last October and we discussed the possibiliry of developing a vaccine against the new virus, which is slightly different from the Hong Kocg flu." be said. "We still have vaccines against the Hong Kong flu left, but we don't know whether they will work." There is nothing to stop the flu from spreading, be said. "My advice is that if you have the flu. you should sLiy a: tame era ge: well, and dm': go to work or go to school to spread it to others." Dr. Watt said he expected a large city in or be hit by the mfiuenza First Ke said be has written local health authorities to report to him the nu situation cc a week- ly basis starting next week. "Ln rum. the provinces will file weekly reports with be said. The London flu was pos- itively identified in Toronto last week. In Lethbridge. health author- ities reported "nothing unusu- al so far" in flu cases. Two doctors reported seeing more patients with flue lately but added they don't know wh'ether it's the London flu officially called A-Enaland-72. Smooth, but not for long Rita Todd and Mcry Bochenko, Lethbridge Community Clark after She three announced that they would rake College students, feel for beards on liberal education part in a bscrd growing contest for the winter carnival director Doug Alston, associate director of continuing ed- next month. Picture shows, from left to right, Mr. Alston, ucation Dale Heyland and director of agriculture David Miss Todd, Mr. Heylond, Miss Bochenko and Dr. Clark. Colleges Commission meeting Adult education needs more financial support He also asked the commissoa to consider provision Stewart critical master plan City Itall expansion proposed City co'j3cil will be assed Monday to consider a new pro- posal for fmsDCiTig expansion of city hail arid purchase of the Provincial Law Courts Building City Manager Tom Nutting is suggesting that 5100.000 be ap- propriated this year for renov- ations and expansion o: the present city hall building. Renovations would consist of modifications to the firs floor of ciiy hall, generally from the entrance to the west wing and e-Tpansion of office areas by demolishing interior walls. Large hallways are a waste of valuable working space, Mr. Nutting As the city would not be able to take possession of the Pro- vincia! Courts Building be- fore Mr. Nurtmg sug- gests thst the citv pzy tip to ElOO.WO a year ditnr-j the hen three years to pay for it. Such a scheme, he contends, would save the city from hav- ing to borrow K75.000 for the building during 1975. a year of proposed high borrowings as it is and would also help get the province moving on building a new courthouse in the downtown redevelopment area. Ir. 1S75. when the building would be turned over to the city on tbe final SIW.COO payment, another ?IOC.POO wou'd be re- quired for interior renovations, fetal cost of purchasing and renovating the Provirjda! Courts Building would be K75.- 000. Cost of citv hall, estimaied at SiOO.OW. bring? the cos; up to S-173.KO. Add E25.0M for to rnasisrrate's court for a total cost of SoOO.OOO. Commenting orj concern ex- pressed over a covered ining poo! for North Leth- bridge. slated for 1974 in the capital budge'., Mr. Nutting said he feels strongly tha; the pool should be wholeheartedly sup- ported by council and that its need can be demonstrated. in oiner business Morjday, council will receive severs! let- ters and petitions expressing orjpositiDrj to any moves to hold S14.000 refunded for returiied bottles CLIFF BLACK, Ctrtrfitd Dental BLACK DENTAL LAB MKMCAl DENTAL ELDG. Lower Level PHONE 327-28J2 wasn.t bad T was h5nffliag just cans-theyre all regular sizes HOME OWNERS! If your home ii left unattended For tven one nishf should have o HONEYWELL WINTER WATCHMAN L-i! c s c-y cul- let crd c -D is ;-.e- o'-.-caed "e -ne -c d-- s c pr "e lc- -e's-bc- 10-95 Sold by CHARLTON and HILL LTD. 1262 2nd Avenue 5. LETHBRIDGE Phone 328-3388 A local battle depoi proprietor a one cer.t handing fee per has refunded more than boaJe. I for beverage containers since tbe first of the year. David Green, manager of Green's Pop Shop, 544 13th and are easy to store. I'm not N., said Ciat since tbe start of maldr.H any money riclu now the New Year, whan hq-jc-r arjd with liquor' bottles.' They're all j wine bottles became refuscab'.e. different sixes and hard to sort ;he has been swamped witii re- and store." he said. turned containers. A major problem encounter- In addition to reimburs- ed by Mr. Green in his contain- ed the he funded for theses. Mr. Green is paid. and handling when have to stop to uie the tcos off bot- tles." he said. "I may hsre to be that "all tie tops be removed irou tie before I accept rhem." lie said. In a previous Herald siory Mr. ssid he plETJied to coen a second universal con- tainer derc: on the city's south His have rs'urji of three cents. Five cents will be paid for a wine or liquor bottle with a vol- urne of from three to Dimoes. Those with a capacry ot more than 60 ounces are not accepted, Ph. 323-0377 Open Thurs.. Fri. till 9 p.m. PARK'S-NEiLSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6th St. S. and 1S14A Ave.S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 PHONE 'N EAT TANTALIZING CHINESE FOOD LOTUS SUNSHINE FRIED CHICKEN DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR STEAMING HOT NO DELIVERY CHARGE FOR ORDERS OVER 317-0240 OR inTIIS INN from lhe 327-2297 CPR Depot been cisr'jpied by the ir.rreased bottle refu.-cj. "I've so b'jsy I haven': able to co much about ihe second depot, but hope 10 ir snd ee: a idea c: a starting cxite for :t u-Iihin the uexi dsys." he Ivro per; for beer car.s ar.d ceris a boor bo nic 5. i drink CHIS brine a cent re-fund, while a 10 our.ce (soft drink botrle will brine s. MOVING? TT'orFn, H'nirfv weekend It's a genuine Chinook. it's ping to through weekeDd. The L- ir.s nines vei! at ro hour Ciifrir.g :o 30 ir. ;ns briclEe area to 50 Tmperr.ures icjay ;nd S'js- day ve-e expecifd :o hipt. o: 45 cfposs ovcr- rirh: low o: SiX'c. Vrrie fO'jthe.-a Ls bjskir: b. ;ho Chinook a fluoridsuoD plebiscite. COTJIJ- cU has 7eceived a DOSCS rc inccoa rec.uesung a plebisdie but to date has taiea no actiaa 02 me raaner. Coioci] is being informed that a petiiioa is beme for.rard- ei from First Tnited Chorcb :o the commissioner of UK Ca- r.acoaa Football League re- cusstise thi: coasideratkr; be ci-ea to boMing a Grej- Cup Gaoje tn Sunday. Council will a com- prehensive report from A3oer- man Tom Ferguson on dry by- laws uiri recommesxtetio! that certain coes be repealed. j City statutes still carry a bylaw, for example, passed in 190S which prohibits railways j from blowing Iccomodre whistte widin tie city. Tne hsd no right to pass the bylaw in tbe first pkce and it Has De'rer been repealed, j A 1913 byisw prmidirji a spe- cUI power for Eliisoa incorporated an agreen-.en: which aspired b 1923. The hviaiv WHS never re- pealed. A bylaw, which should bee: repealed iollowjig passing o.' i-he cin's bylaw. areas in the cny whf.-e livery or feed sta- bles may be maintained, Tbe carry many suci o-jldated and unused laws. ReconitnendatJons will be for coiEC-l' mom i n c the weather office rcponsrf one it-ch of snow on the ground in l-othbrirfee. Tnst stwuicl soon At ume last year the cot io a high of IS a low of 33 below. i The record low of 3S below for thts d.iie was so-t in and i the reovird high of 5S above set in 19K. Seal clrice The Leihbridge Christmas campaign received 53 of Friday, the Alberta Tub- erculosis and Respiratory Di- seases reported. l! compared C5.T-H re- time las; year. campaiim. mth an ob- jective oi SS.700. ends Jan. 31. i: is DO: our poncy to review budgets on a kne bv about tne reports recorj- _ mendarons y-- p" oey !n basis." Dr. Koiesar said disrriburjon of college budEets should be left in tbe hands of Iocs] .vf_t toxv hall a! a_m. or -Q ,._._ city hall at 1 p.m. on the same Dr. Robin also told the commission research into lovemmat pves us rcom some and tei us io m we re gong io po and ]r ffl tirjUing education must be "publicly funded and carried out on a provincial were no., _he said ;0 m io 4 Dr. Stewart aso sam CrKlon lar-jace isea in Lae master a; 9-3r, En-0n "Funds should be granted is CTnrasing to trie average a per-sTudent basis rather taxpayer aad is a per-irjstructor basis. I confusinE to some tiiii we're asking for tie world.'1 he JIeat Dr. Robin said ahhouch can run eh aH realizes funds for continuing gniiad orts gntj I ucation are limited, more ve grc to ger io Feb. able disrribtjrion of Iznraace :hx we all under- should be i-0i- educstira reports speak in rjch fiowery No tha; ir leaves a tre-. merjdo'js Dumber oi us oui who The 53rd annual understand i: st the Packers Council Stewcn saJd. i Canada will be held Feb. 5 oil He assured mem- 6 21 the Wiruiipec there, i? no intention at The meering Trill fccus m Leihbridge Comzwnirj- Collsae revised beef grading ;o compel the Univer- Canada's pork o: Lethbridge. stock and grain policy and do have enough stu- Tent consumer issues. M make it Sick s Lethbridge has no: awarded a contract for proposed not about ro ge: in com-peuoor, wiOi the UrcversirY Clearance! storage facilirJes lie said. Dr. hr? 15 srrucrian oi LeLibrJcce was low bidder orj rhe with the working LCC and at S26S.CW. Herald the iow bid was mare been happy ihe CojKes ihe have gcvxi Wrought Ircn of the directors. Bids ECOQ warkus Scroll Design m and have CunsLTJPTio.n o: the thai doubles ard Iro- Ideal frr sm ll to ?T-irr Jan. V-l-> I-. V 1 l-.Ct. piiced from S2 to 'The addiuor., whirii to adding storeys to z CLEARING AT high storage ceuar. provide for addirJooal com ended Dr for hif rer.i2rks praised L-CC for policies off! Details are bebg kept under uTaps by the th? community. "Probably. Cor.i-muriin- College ha? gone lo shop OLT Giflnt An. nuol Januarj' Clearance Sole Now en! China 327-5767 GLASS LINED 1 HEATERS SI 10 INSTALLED Phone Bldg. Ill 5th 51. 5. Phone AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING Alton Refrigerallon lid. For the best buy in year round Ccmfoil Phone 3I7.5E16 E. S. P. FOX Certified Denial Mechanic FOX (Iclh.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Denial Bldg. PKoni 357-4565 IT'S A FACT almost all weddings take place on a Saturday. Last year we photographed 157 weddings in Southern Alberta. WHICH PROVES 2 THINGS Terry R'ond ij os tr.t foreTioM 5T cf i-. SrulSern AlbrTio. rt J If YPLJ waul el wt I'rpe vc-u tp c'iv clu, wi1S cur Bridal Cciniullon'. MAKE NO MISTAKE! You Vnew Ihi nnrnt but oddnu Ii 1224 3rd Avp. S. Opposite the Elks Club Phone 377-2673 or 327-2565 ;