Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE BANQUET FACILITIES FOR 75 PEOPLE The lethbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridgc, Alberta, Thursday, June 4, 1970 PAGES 9 TO 20 Jjlcina s A. E. CROSS j-'hotograpny We Invilo you to Inyilo u: to your weddingl PHONE 327-2673 Total Of 160 Suites Okayed In Five New Apartment Units proposed development would parking Mount Koyaf Estate's appli- cation for a condo- minium development east of tire College Mall shopping cen- tre was referred back to the developer for revision of plans 5 S Harry Ear-grave Has Post nnri n Alberta Marketing P COUNTY SPORTPLEX GRANT Douglas Miller, MLA for Taber-Warner, standing right, presents a cheque for <3 700 to Charles Bryant, chairman of the board ot di- rectors for the proposed County of Lethbridge Sportplex to be built in Coaldale. The establishment grant .s to a community on a 50 cents per capita basis if it agrees to join in a co-operative recreational program. The grant is to set up on administrative staff. The first phase of the Sportplex is a 25-metre swimming pool. Other in- clude a curling rink and an arena. Other board members in the picture left to right are: standing, Buck Geldert Lethbridge County Southern Regional Recreation Board director; Earl Foxall, secretary-treasurer; Frank W.ens, and George Begany Jr. Seated left is Francis Wright. The Municipal Planning proposed development Commission Wedncs day ap- cause problems with proved an application by B and and traffic congestion. H Homes Ltd. to construct four apartment buildings, c o re- prising 128 units, in the 1400 block of Ashgrove Road and the 3500 block of Sylvan Road. The apartment sites are in an area east of Lakeview School. Approval is subject plotting being approved planning department i..... zoning of the parcel of land. There was concern when the project was submitted to the commission May 20 that land would not available in the area for public parks. Erwin Adderley, city planning direc- tor, assured the commission Wednesday that open _ space has been provided for in the city's planning. Also approved was an ap- plication by Clanranald Hold- ings Ltd. for a 32 suite apart- ment at 256 North Mayor Ma- gralh Drive. Refused was a Clanranald application for a 23 suite apartment at 233 28th St. S Ths commission decided that the apartment would have to have a maximum of 20 units and only two habitable floors in order to conform to the sur- rounding area, which is pri- marily single family units. A delegation of residents of the area opposed the applica- tion on the grounds thbt the to comply with tlie require- ments of several city depart- ments. The application was tabled May 28 and the developer asked lo make application for rezoning of the land. He was also asked to make changes in the plans to allow more space for city services and to' comply with density standards. An application by J. M. Look Holdings for a four suite apart- ment at 1808 Lakepoint Road was refused. The area is zoned for single family units and al- ready contains several multi- family units. ___ Expansion Planned In LCC Nursing .__. _ _. j T A n n with The Lethbridge Community College nursing program has been highly successful in its first year of operation, so suc- cessful it will expand its opera- tions almost 2Vz times this fall. Of 36 students who started the program in September, 1969, there will be 25 continuing for their second and graduating year. A further 60 students will be accepted for their first year, starting this September. Six of the 11 students who dropped out last fall will return to tiie first year program this fall, after spending the -past year in the college liberal arts school. Sister Ann Marie Cummings, director of the school, said in her report to the LCC board of SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phono 328-2176 governors s that the school has employed three new instructors and a sessional lec- turer, bringing its total faculty to eight this fall. The two year diploma pro- gram graduates nurses with training equivalent to the three- year hospital nursing program, and fa addition gives the stu- dents an opportunity to s t u d y several liberal arts courses. It is likely that most nursing programs established in hospi- tals will soon follow suit with two-year programs. Sister Ann said her students last year had taken part in many activities open to t h e m through the college, including attendance at Alberta Associa- tion of Stud e n t s conferences, college sporting activities and others, as well as regular nurs- ing associations activities. The school has contracts for hospital in service training for the LCC student nurses, at the St. Michael's and Lethbr i d g e Auxiliary hospitals in Leth- bridge, the Taber General Hos- pital and the Alberta Hospital in Ponoka. In addition, the Cardston Mu- nicipal Hospital is seeking af- filiation, Sister Aim said. She added she still hopes to make See The Wedding Specialists At Frache's Enchanting and Romantic flowers add the perfect touch to any wedding. Con- sult us for all your require- ments for that special day. e's J-rach FLOWER SHOP 322 6th Street South Phone 327-5747 School Damaged By Fire A fire Wednesday afternoon at Gilbert Paterson Elemen- tary and Junior High School brought an early recess for 'students. The fire Is believed caused by electrical problems on the second floor at the north part of the building. Fire department officials said ceiling tiles, roof rafters and electrical wiring .were damaged by the fire, contained to three rooms. There was some water damage. He said the close ceiling roof construction enabled firemen to keep the fire contained to the small area. When the fire alarm was sounded, the school was eva- cuated in record time using the practised fire drill. The students were back In school today. CUFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. JBLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Open Saturdays Eyenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 FISH 'N CHIP SPECIAL Friday and Saturday Only Orders For 99 C REG. 1.30 HANNIGAN'S BURGER KING "Home of Heavenly Fried Chicken" The Chicken with Old Fashioned Goodness 1415 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-4038 rrangements with the Leth- ridge Municipal Hospital since le LCC program needs more linical training in newborn, in- ant and child care. The student nurses are sent o the hospitals for on the- ob training, both during their vinter classes and tor extend- d sessions during the summer lonths. Extended classroom and lab- ratory space will be needed in 970-1971, Sister Ann told the joard, and she added that in lie future she hopes to extend he nursing program into a cen- ralized department, located in he Science Building. An advisory committee for he school of nursing will be established this summer, in keeping with the college's policy :o have such councils for all of ts major programs. Students in the program spend their first year studying liological sciences, physical ed- ication, psychology, English, growth and development and specialized nursing classes. An eight week summer emester is a required part of he program which is part lec- ture, part laboratory and in- cludes four weeks at the Alber- Hospital. The second year includes stu- dies in microbiology, philosophy, sociology, .an elective, several nursing courses and a sum- mer semester involving exten- sive clinical work. Sentences Suspended Four Vauxhall youths wh previously pleaded guilty t. charges of break and rate and theft received suspends sentences and were placed o probation when they in magistrate's court in Vaux hall Wednesday. The terms ranged from on to two years. The three broke into the Al berta government liquor stor in Vauxhall the night of Mo 16 and stole 13V4 cases of li quor valued at RCMP at Vauxhall reoave ed most of the liquor. Blood Clinic Attendance Shoivs Drop Wednesday's Red Cross blood donor clinic at Southminster United Church was rather sparsely attended, according to Red Cross officials. Only 314 pints of blood were collected, down considerably from the usual number of dona- tions. A total of 500 pints have now been collected; objective for the three day clinic is 900 pints. Clinic hours this evening are from 6-9 p.m. The Red Cross re- minds persons wishing to don- ate blood that t-he entrance for the clinic is the llth Ave. and 4th St. door of the church. Fair Lady Auditions Scheduled Further auditions for K Fair Lady will be held tonig and Friday night at 8 o'cloc at the Yates Memorial Centn The Broadway hit music comedy will be the annual pr duction in 1970 by Lethbridg Musical Theatre. Registrations may be mad for both cast and crew. Director Dick Mells will als hear readings by persons into ested in principal roles in t Lerner-Loewe adaptation George Bernard Shaw's Py malion. About 50 persons are needi for the cast. Mr. Mells sai about 130 have signed up i cast and crew positions. Flu-tiler auditions for print pals will be held at B p.m. Su day with Monday tentative set as the last day for le tryouts. Mr. Mells said a decision cast positions will be made the middle of next week. My Fair Lady will run No 23 to Dec. 5 at the Yates. EXPERT REMODHIHG [CLEANED "ESTORfn 'INSURED FUR STORAGE NEW YORK FURS 604A 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3276 A former Lethbridge man ho can chew a straw with a nner or chat with an inctus- alist with equal ease has en appointed by the Alberta wernmcnt as a one-man agri- iltural marketing commission roam international markets, remier Harry Strom an- junced Wednesday. The appointment of Harry .1. argrave, a federal civil ser- ant for years and now lairman of the Regina branch f the Canadian Institute of In- ernational Affairs, is effective uly 1. Mr. Hargrave joined the taff of the Lethbridge Re- earch Station in 1949 as co- rdinator of range research in le west. In 1959 he was appointed pecial liaison officer at the tation. Other agricultural ser- dce was given by Mr. Har- grave at federal research cen- res at Manyberries and Swift Current, Sask. He later joined the PFRA op- erations in Regina as chief of he a gr i c u 11 ural services ranch and in 1963 became the eputy director of PFRA. Mr. Strom said 'Ule project is departure from previous pro- incial marketing efforts and vill complement federal mar- ;eting efforts. He said Alberta as been promised co-operation rom federal trade offices. He said Mr. Hargrave will be lirectly responsible to the cabi- net and probably will also rep- resent Alberta in business and inancial matters. Agriculture Minister Henry Ruste said Mr. Hargrave will je "scouting" the latest inter- national market trends and re- porting back to the province to enable it lo advise farmers on appropriate action. Mr. Ruste said the commis- sioner will occupy his first few weeks in office meeting the va- rious agriculture organizations in Alberta. Mr. Strom said the market- ing commissioner's position has "Ireiriendous adding that: "maybe we'd have been betler off making more ef- forts in marketing than in pro- duction" during the last few years. The premier said the prov- ince feels there is a particu- larly good opportunity for ex panding agricultural sales the Pacific area. in George Hot Hotter Hottest! An all-time record was shat- tered Wednesday in Leth- bridge, when the mercury peaked at 92 degrees com- pared to the old record of 89 set back in 1961. Several other Alberta points also established new records: Medicine Hat 94, Edmon- ton 94 Bed Deer 91 Pincher Creek 86 (85) and Brooks 93 The town of Whitecourt northwest of Edmonton also set a record temperature, 92 degrees, which resulted in the depletion of the town's water supply. Town officials said wa- ter treatment facilities were unable to keep up with con- sumption. A break is anticipated in the hot spell late today and Fri- day, with scattered showers and thunder storms predicted. The high temperature at Lelhbridge Thursday was fore- cast at 85 degrees with a low overnight of 55. Winds were forecast to be light, 20 and gusty late Thursday afternoon. Hunt Heads Local Of CUPE George Hunt was returned as president for a one-year term of Local 70, Canadian Union of Public Employees in Letli- bridge at a meeting Tuesday. Jack Degnegard was elected vice-president, Fred Leslie sec- retary-treasurer and Betty Gal recording secretary for 1970. The executive members in- clude Stan Shimozawa, John Chambers, Bill Martin, Peter Smith, Dick Adachi, John "Irais and Henry Kazala. Trustees elected were Bob Masson, Alberta division CUPE secretary, Pearl Her man and Barbara McKenna Carl Fraser and Irwin Croplej are the wardens for 1970. I REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE B PHONE 328-4333 nm ma Brown's TAKE HOME FISH Ei CHIPS 2716 12th Avenue South Phone 328-8392 McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 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