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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE "THE BEST MAN FOR YOUR WEDDING" e Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbrlclgc, Alberta, Tuesday, June 9, 1970 PAGES 9 TO 10 A. E. CROSS f-Jfiotocjrapliy WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE ABOVE MARKET PRICES GIVEN CONCRETE-LINED IRRIGATION CANAL-Being built by the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District, and located near Kipp, this irrigation canal is among the first of its kind constructed in Alberta. Built at a cost of about the one-half mile stretch is said capable of maintaining a water flow equal to three times a dirt ditch of similar size. Other advantages of this type of ditch are greatly reduced maintenance and the elimina- tion of seepage. Similar lengths of concrete ditch were built this spring by the St. Mary River Irrigation District of Seven Persons, Bow Island, Burdett and Grassy lake. Both districts have indicated plans for additional lengths of the concrete canal. Considered Bill Baker, president of the Down town Businessmen's As- sociation said today a telephone survey is being taken to assess the level of support witliin the group for free Saturday park- ing in the downtown area. Figures have been received from City Manager Tom Fergu- son on the cost of the plan, he said, and the next step in find- ing out if the association wants to proceed with its plans is to see if the membership as a whole is willing to accept these costs. The group has told city coun- cil it will carry out the free parking scheme if the cost of Damage An intersection coilision Mon- day resulted in damage to vehicles driven by Dr. B. Wayne Matkin of 2712 10th Ave. S. and Murray James Colcman of 1804 8th Ave. A N. Dr. Matkin's son, Benjamin, 10, was treated at St. Michael's General Hospital fora cut on the forehead, as a result of the accident. PLUMBING-HEATING GASFITTING LTD. 2634 Ave. S. For New Installations and Alterations PHONE 328-2106 FREE ESTIMATES the necessary signs is within its budget. Under consideration is the area where one and two hour meters are used. Twelve min- ute meters would be left for persons wanting short time parking. lamied In Arts Registrations for the Allied Arts Council's summer arts pro- gram will he accepted up to the beginning dales of the courses. Up to 200 persons are expect- ed to register at the Bowman Arts centre for the annual classes, scheduled for the last half of June, and all July and August. Classes will be given in eight areas by three instructors: Dianne Matisz, recent graduate of the University of Alberta; Susan Head, graduate of the University of Hawaii; Muriel Matheson, who has handled stage makeup in local drama productions; and Darlene Bark- er of the Oldman River Pot- ters' Guild, former student of fine arts at the universities of Manitoba and Lethbridge. Sessions will be given for stu- derts six and older, eight to 12 years, youths and adults. All COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph, 327-5454 Summer Livin' Is Easy Livin' with COLONEL SANDER'S RECIPE "IT'S FINGER LICKIN' GOOD- PLEASE We be pleased to quote prices on ANY QUANTITY of Kentucky Fried Chicken with gravy, hot or cold potatoes, hot vegetables, cole slaw, buttered rolls. I'S SE FOODS 2021 3rd Avenue S., Phone 328-8161 1705 MM. Drive, Phone 328-7751 materials are supplied by the council. Classes are: POTTERY, for students six and older, to a.m., June 15 to 18, June 22 to 25, June 29 to July 1 and July G to DRAMA, for eight to 12 years, 2 to 4 p.m., June 15 to 25; CRAFTS, eight to 12, to a.m., June 15 to 25; PAINTING, eight to 12, to a.m., June 29 to July 8; youth and adult, to p.m., June 29 to July 8; STAGE MAKEUP, youth and adult, 2 to 4 p.m., June 29 to July 2; eight to 12 years, to a.m., July 6 to 9; DRAMA, youth, 2 to 4 p.m., July (i to 17; DECOUPAGE (decoration with paper youth1 and adult, to p.m., July 13 to 17; PUPPETRY, eight to 12, 2 to 4 p.m., July 20 to 24; BATIK, youth and adult, 7 to 10 p.m., July W to 31. No sessions are given Satur- days or 'Sundays. Classes for August will be announced at a later date. CLIFF BUCK, R.D.T., C.D.M. JBLACK DENTAL IAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 No Word [eetmg Deputy Mayor Rex Little said Monday no word has been received from Halifax concern- ing a meeting between Mayor Andy Anderson, Alderman C. W. Chichester and Robert An- dras, federal minister in charge of housing. The purpose of the meeting is to present Lethbridge's case for inclusion in a S200 million federal housing scheme. Approval of local projects un- der the plan is being sought as an alternative to low cost ren- tal housing. Aid. Chichester is accompany- ing the mayor in his capacity as chairman of the hous ing committee. The mayor is at- tending the 33rd Annual Con- ference of the Canadian Feder- ation of Mayors and Municipal- ities. Citizenship Court June 16 A court of Canadian citizen- ship will be held at the Lett- bridge court house June 10. Persons wanting to apply or to obtain information about Ca- nadian citizenship may do so between 1 p.m. and p.m on that date. The court is being held by the Canadian citizenship registra tion branch of the departmenl of the secretary of state. NURSING AIDES Fourteen students experienc- ed as nursing aides arc avail- able for summer jobs through the Canada Manpower Centre student placement division Lethbridge. Federal Approval Needed Airlines Reach In Service To By HERB JOHNSON Herald City JIall Reporter A request ny city council for a public hearing on a joint ap- plication by Air Canada and Pacific Western Airlines re- garding service to Lethbridge will be withdrawn, council de- cided last night. The withdrawal is conditional on the approval by the Ail- Transport Committee of a memorandum of intent ion drawn up by Time Airwavs Ltd. of Lethbridge, Air Canada and PWA. The chamber1 of commerce passed a similar resolution Monday afternoon. Council was told the provincial government also intends to withdraw its re- quest for a public hearing. The memorandum is the re- sult of meetings held between the three airlines to resolve the problems of adjustment of air service to the city. According to the terms of the memorandum, PWA will apply to withdraw its application to serve Lethbridge from Calgary, ft may, however, re apply at a later date. Time Airways will accept a condition in any licence it may hold, to limit its equipment to a gross take off weight of pounds. This will limit the airline to 20 passengers planes and it will remain a third level carrier. Time Airways will also make stops at Calgary and at Red Deer, eliminating non stop flights from Lethbridge to Ed- monton. Their role will be that of a feeder line. There will, however, be no restrictions on the number of flights made. All three companies will con- sult to provide good interline connections in and out of Cal- gary. Air Canada will delete from its application to suspend ser- vice to Lethbridge the condition that the service be given to PWA. Air Canada also agrees to reduce its services between Calgary and Edmonton. An agreement will be worked out between the three com- panies to maintain the current prices for air traffic between Lethbridge and points on cur- rent Air Canada and PWA ser- vices. Air Canada mil give notice in certain of its timetables of interline service available at Calgary and Lethbridge. Time Airways will continue to have its Lethbridge service listed in the official airlines guide. Lawyer J. D. Paterson, rep- resenting Time Airways, em- phasized that the agreement was subject to the approval of the Air Transport Committee of the Canadian Transport Com- mission. A topic that recurred several times during the meeting was that of the possibility of east- west sendee by Air Canada. Mr. Paterson assured council that an east west run was not a part of the current ATC con- siderations and that if a feasi- bility study were to show a need for service it would likely be provided. Under questioning from Al- derman Steve Kotcli, Time Air- THE KIDS ARE R A well supplied medicine cabinet is a must for kids' cuts and bruises. See us now for ft First Aid Kits Vitamins C Insect Repellents Suntan Lotions, etc. Sunglasses Deodorants NEED A PRESCRIPTION FILLED? CALL US! PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridga CALL 327-3555 FOR FREE HOME DELIVERY Also Operating Watcrfon Pharmacy located in Woterton Lakes National Park 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 PENNANTS, elc. etc. THURSDAY NIGHT SHOPPING "Keep Iho Southern Habit" In Ilis 7th St. Shopping Mall PHONE 328-2301 has been assured by E. II. I that specializes LaBorde of Calgary that with- drawal of Air Canada's Cal- gary not service will the chances for a future east west service. "ays owner Stubb Ross said ho 1 Mr. LaBorde heads firm Oty Drops Charges Launched During S ill air services feasibility studies. Aid. Vaughan Hcmbroff said council's main concern was that Time Airways was satisfied Hie way the question had been resolved. Mr. Paterson re- City council last night de- cided to drop the court actions against local unions that result- ed from last month's strike by city workers. Council passed without dis- Grant To Program City council Monday ap- proved a grant of to the Rotary Club of East Lethbridge to help defray the cost of the club's participation in the Young Voyageur program. In addition, the city will pro- vide courtesy use of some city led facilities. Alderman Jim Anderson the questioning that resulted in clarification of the actual cost to the city. Aid. Anderson asked if several items on the Young Voyaguers' agenda such as a bus tour of the city and a visit1 to the Japanese Gardens were part of the re- quested or if they were in addition to it. City Manager Tom Ferguson said that while the costs were :n addition to the grant, they ivould not amount to more than The Young Voyageurs pro- gram allows students in Grades 11 and 12 to visit other parts of Canada. Fifteen such groups from Alberta are involved this 5'ear. A group of 21 students from Manitoba will visit Lettihridge July 5-13, visiting Waterloo Park, the Crowsnest Pass, a ranch, an Indian, reserve and a Hutterite colony. They will also visit various places in the city and mil be guests at a dinner meeting of the Rotary Club. Another group of Voyageurs will leave Lethbridge for Trois Rivieres, Quebec, Aug. 15. The Rotarians will also as- sume a part of the expenses of this group. You and your family are non-drinkers. Ab- stainers' Insurance Com- pany can probably offer you dwelling insurance at lower rates than you are now paying. How are we able to do this? Abstainers' believe that non-drinkers are gen- erally more responsible people and are less likely to have fires through carelessness the main cause of fires. Therefore, we can in- sure non-drinkers at a preferred rate. This means you save money with no reduction in in- surance protection. Why not compare Abstainers' premiums w i t h your present rates now? INSURANCE AGENCIES tTD. 1201 3rd Avenue South Phono 328-7777 Representing ABSTAINERS' f CD COMPANY (Evenings Phono 327-2011 or 327-6091 plied that the company had had to give up the Le'.hbridge-Ed- morilon flights, but that it was very happy with the terms o( the agreement as a whole. In answer to questions from Aid. Vera Ferguson concerning air freight rates, Mr. Paterson a resolution by Alder- i sajd no increase will be made. __ man Jim Anderson to Uiat Time Airways, lie said, feet. The city had been general damages from three officials of tiie Interna- tional Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 254, and dam- ages of a day from of- ficals of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, local 70. and the Lethbridge Transit System. be able to handle the freight seeking the possible exception Jh Arbitration Continues Due to the sudden death of G. Lloyd Dafoe, 1122 17th Ave. S., a member of the five-man arbitration board sitting in the provincial court house to settle a contract dispute be- tween the city and the Interna- tional Association of Firefight- ers, Local 237, the hoard has been reconstituted to a threc- man board. R. H. R. Clemcnte, chairman of the board said, by mutual consent, the union asked one .of its representatives to leave the arbitration board in order to get on with the settlement. The board is now made up of Mr. Clement, chairman, Charles G. Virtue for the city, and Roy Jamha for the union. The board which first met Monday, reconvened this mor- ning at 10 o'clock. Mr. Clement said the board adjourned at the news of Mr. Dafoe's death but the arbitra- tion would now continue until settled. FILING CLERKS Six students with experience as filing clerks are available for summer jobs through the Canada Manpower Centre stu- dent placement division in Lethbridge. occasional larger shipments which could be moved by truck. Bylaw Hearing A public hearing on the de- velopment control bylaw for tiie city's west side will be held June 29 at 8 p.m., city council deckled Monday. June 29 is a regular meeting date for council. Inquest Called Coroner Dr. Norman Bastcr of Lethbridge has ordered an inquest June 18 into the deaths of two people killed in a two- car head on collision south of Coalhurst on Highway to. 3.' Killed were Mrs. Florence Firby. 67, of Winnipeg and Wil- lianr" David Humphrey, 50, of Nobleford. The accident occur- ed May 21. "NEW YORK FORS' I 604A 3rd Avo. S. Phono 327-3276 ENJOY YOUR HOME MORE WITH A CUSTOMIZED PATIO 0 CEDAR FLOWER BOXES PATIO TABLES COLORED FIBREGLASS ENCLOSURES OUTDOOR STORAGE WALLS AWNINGS, WOOD SLAT or PLASTIC WE WILL BE PLEASED TO PRE-CUT ANY MATERIAL USED FOR YOUR HOME IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS OR DO THE COMPLETE JOB YOU ARE WELCOME TO USE OUR BUDGET PLAN "YOUR PIONEER LUMBER DEALER SINCE 1925" Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. S. Phone 328-3301 ;