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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE BANQUET FACILITIES FOR 75 PEOPLE The LctMnidgc Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, June 1, 1970 PAGES 9 TO 18 CJ 101 f a state- ment released by city hall. The new contract covers a 28- month period with wage in- creases spaced at seven month intervals. The workers will re- ceive an eight per cent in- crease effective Jan. 1, 1970; eight per cent Aug. 1, 1970; six per cent March 1, 1971 and six per cent Oct. 1, 1971. The contract expires April 30, 1972. Under the agreement the base wage rate for shift en- gineers will be per hour effective Jan. rates for the 1, 1970. various Wage other classiiicati -s will scale down, with engim "-s not holding a ticket receiving C8 per cent of the shift engineer's rate. Pollution Inquiry j. Answered By City j E. A. Lawrence, engineering director for the city, has re- plied to an inquiry from Pollu- tion Control Southern Alberta concerning the city's second- ary sewage treatment plant. In the letter, the group asks what controls a proposed bylaw on sewage tax will have. Mr. Lawrence's reply notes that the present bylaw does not restrict the strength of sewage or the concentration of grease, but it does impose a surcharge for chart suspended solids in excess of 750 parts per million and grease in excess of 300 parts- per-million. When the new plant is in op- eration tests will be run to Evaluate the strength of efflu- ent from industrial plants. The those industries d i s- sewage containi n g Museum Open The Sir Alexander Gait Mu- seum, at the west end of 5th Ave. S. will be open dadly from 10 a.m. to p.m. Monday through Saturday thro ugh June, July and August. Sunday hours will be from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. monthly biffing will' depend on the results of these lasts. Industrial plants, Mr. Law- rence says, may find that their sewage bill is very high and may wish to install their own pretreatment facilities. But the :ity is not, he said, adamant in its stand that such facilities be installed. By HERB JOHNSON1 Herald City Hall Ilqioi In- City council Monday night decided to proceed with a re- zoning application from Mount Royal Estate Ltd. The company has asked that a parcel of land east of the College Mall shopping centre be zoned for multi-family use, to accommodate a planned con- dominium development. Planning Director Erwin Ad- derley told council that an over-all plan for the area has been prepared by his depart- ment and should be ready in time for the next council meet- ing. He said the Mount Royal re-zoning would not conflict, as far as he could tell, with new plans for that area. Plans for the condominium project call for a three stage, development, startin_ with 16 units costing about Council also approved an ap- plication by Moore Business Forms Ltd. for an option to purchase 20 acres of land in the new industrial park in north Lethbridge. The com- pany intends to build a busi- ness forms manufacturing plant, provided a grant can be obtained under the regional de- velopment incentives act. Conditions of the sale would be that the million plant would be built within one year of the company's exercising its option. Final decision to go ahead depends on support tra- der the federal government's area incentives program. Council also approved the ne- cessary authorization to pro- ceed with re-zoning of the land the city has acquired in the in- dustrial park the old pri- soner of war camp. A recommendation from the land sales committee that the city purchase the Central School site was lifted from the table and referred back to the land sales committep in the CITY SOLICITOR Taking over from Fred Prit- charrt as city solicitor for Leth- briilge is John A. Hammond from Duncan, B.C. A native of Saskatchewan, Mr. Ham- mond has spent many years in Alberta, having practised law at Calgary and Fairview before moving to Duncan. He received his education at the University of Saskatchewan. His wife and 11 children will be joining him in Lethbridge ns soon as school is out. COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. Your one stop for summer health needs! "IT'! FUN TIME We have everything you'll needjo enioy the warm days FIRST AID KITS 5UNTAN LOTIONS, etc. VITAMINS SUNGLASSES INSECT REPELLENTS DEODORANTS, ok. NEWI TANYA TAN HAWAIIAN Cocoanul Oil Spray Oil lolion Tanning Butler (with or without sun screen) McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S., lethbriclga Phone 327-3555 :iope that better terms might x> arranged. Aid. A. W. Chichester said .hat the matter could well he :iled because there was no im- mediate prospect of a buyer for the properly. Aid. Hembroff felt the city should buy the land because if the city doesn't buy it the school board may sell it to anyone. Also dealt with was the de- velopment control bylaw for the city's west side. Given third and final reading, the by- law provides for orderly devel- opment of lau'd 'west of tho river. A meeting of city council and civic administrators has been scheduled for this after- noon to discuss development on Mayor Magrath Drive. The decision to hold the meeting came during discus- sion of reports prepared by the director of planning and other administrators on a proposed motel development on Mayor Magrath Drive. The applica- tion, from Beton Engineering Ltd., requested council to con- sider changing the density standards of the by-law to allow their development. A report prepared by Erwin Adderley, the director of plan- ning, notes that most of the commercial buildings along the Drive are only two storeys liigh. Taller developments, such as the proposed motel (10 storeys) would change the character of the residential neighborhood and intrude upon the privacy of residents. Also pointed out is the fact that re-zoning of this type can set a precedent and. open the door for further undesirable de- velopment. While planning should be flexible, the report says, effective planning cannot be done spasmodically; fre- quent amendments to the by- law will only render planning meaningless. Alderman Rex Little said Youth Hurt In Accident A 16-year-old L e t h bridge youth, Randall Powell Foggin of 953 9 St. S., is in satisfactory condition in Lethbridge Muni- cipal Hospital with a fractured wrist and abrasious to the right knee following a motorcycle ac- cident Monday. Damage amount to when the motorcycle the youth was driving was involved in an in- tersection collision with a truck driven by Joseph John Pytlarz of 1721 18 Ave. S. Seminar On Auto Theft An auto theft seminar, open to all municipal policemen, will be held June 5 from 9 a.m. until p.m. in the Leth- bridge city police station. The seminar will be directed by the RCMP theft squad from Edmonton. Grain Quota The Canadian wheat board has announced a two bushel quota, effective immediately, at Etzakom and Iron Springs. Approved A gambling' casino may be part of this year's Lethbridge and District Exhibition. City council last night went on record as having no objec- tions to the venture, which would include slot machines. Permission for the casino, which would be located on the mezzanine floor of the exhibi- tion pavilion, was requested from the city police depart- ment by the exhibition associa- tion. Endorsation by council of the approval given previously by the board of police commis- sioners clears the way for the casino, provided adequate rales for control of the games can be formulated. It was the question of rules and regulations that sparked one of the few debates at last night's meeting. Aid. C. W. Chichester said he felt the rules should he worked out by the police department GAS JOCKEYS Seven girls experienced as j gas jockeys are available for summer jobs through the Can- ada Manpower Centre student placement division in Leth- bridge. To Review Golf Lease City Manager Tom Ferguson has been instructed by council to initiate a review of the lease held by the Henderson Lake Golf Club. The move was the result of a request by Aid. Jim Anderson, who suggested that the condi- tions of the lease had been broken. R. AKROYD PLUMBING-HEATING GASFITTING LTD. 2634 21st Ave. S. For New Installations and Alterations PHONE 328-2106 FREE ESTIMATES and submitted to council before any approval, was given. Out- side the council chamber he stated that he felt it was coun- cil's responsibility to set the niles and delegating the job to the police department would set a precedent. Aid. Jim Anderson said it was important to have ap- proval immediately if the pro- ject were to be ready in time. He also noted that legislation permitting the casinos is fairly recent and rules would have to be worked out and revised as the project progresses. that while the report on this particular project was appre- ciated, there was a need for discussion on development of Mayor Magrath Drive as a whole, rather than on just this motel project. Aid. Vaughan Hembroff said there is also a need for a pub- lic meeting on the subject and for clarification of the status of council's discussion of long range planning. Tile Beton application was filed, pending the outcome of this afternoon's meeting. CLIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. JBLACK DENTAL IAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 JUNE SHOPPING BRIDAL CHAPEL Everything for the Summer brides. Come in and select your requirements. TIME TO STOCK UP FOR SUMMER CAMPS Paper, Paints, Crayons, Scissors, Cups and Plates. WINE CELLAR Everything's Brewing. Drop in for your requirements. VISITORS AND TOURISTS Take home mementos POST CARDS 0 PENNANTS, ele. etc. THURSDAY NIGHT SHOPPING "Keep the Southern Habit" In Ihe 7th SI. Shopping Mall PHONE 328-2301 Summer Livin9- Is Easy -with COLONEL SANDER'S RECIPE "IT'S FINGER LICKIN' GOOD' -PLEASE NOTE! We will be pleased to quote prices on ANY QUANTITY of Kentucky Fried Chicken with gravy, hot or cold potatoes, hot vegetables, cole slaw, buttered rolls. SVEN ERICKSEN'S FINE FOODS 202) 3rd Avenue S., Phono 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive, Phone 328-7751_______________ FIBREGLASS BUILDING PANELS Are shatterproof and weatherproof Cut heat and glare by 30 per cenl Come in a choice of translucent colors that let daylight in and filter glare out WE BE PLEASED TO QUOTE YOU PRICES ON MATERIALS ONLY or the completed job including carpentry ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. YOUR PIONEER LUMBER DEALER SINCE 1925 Cor. 2nd Ave. and 13th St. S., Lethbridgo 328-3301 ;