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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta n" travel requirements All! CANADA TIME AIR LTD. CANADIAN PACIFIC AIRLINES CANADIAN WESTERN AIRLINES BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE Rosorvntion and Information Service also arrange re servo lions for all other' Arrlinej and Steamships. ic Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbriclne, Alberta, Tuesday, .June 1370 PAGES 9 TO IS Jcn-y A. E. CROSS WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE ABOVE MARKET PRICES GIVEN Status Of Centre Discussion Set Ray Speaker. Alberta minis-1 tcr of social development, is j tentatively scheduled to be in! Lethbridge late this week or, early next week to discuss the: status of a proposed day care centre in the city. Mayor Andy Anderson said Monday the minister plans lo bring io the open meeting in- formation gathered on centres in other parts of Canada. The mayor said there is a strong feeling all across Can- ada that municipalities should no longer be involved in public welfare programs, but should confine their activities to pre- ventive social services and day care centres. With the oily expanding at. current rate, he said, the situ- ation warrants additional facili- ties. Opposition to the new centra has been voiced hy the opera- tors of existing facilities and some private individuals. Mayor Anderson also said he was quite enthusiastic about the urban life study called by Premier Harry Strom. The mayor attended the second ses- sion in the study last week. No details of the study are currently available but its terms of reference should be formulated and released in lale July or early Ai-gust. he said. Enerson-Citv Case Out HEAT BEATERS, SUN SEEKERS CROWD CITY'S HENDERSON POOL AREA Photo By Bryan Wilson City Clears For Local Organizations Budget Committee Has Grants Session By HERD JOHNSON City Hall Reporter City council's budget com- mittee Monday dealt with re- quests for grants from a num- ber of local organizations. The largest grant approved was for the Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alberta of this had already been approved by council May 4. It was argued by Alderman Rex Little that the city was simply picking up an operating deficit from the past two years The association's budget, he: grant was passed when it was said, indicated a curtailment of programs. He questioned the wisdom of increasing the grant when the city would be getting less promotion from the asso- ciation. Aid. Vaughan pointed out by several alder- men that tourist promotion was essential to the city's economic welfare and that the travel as- sociation could not continue op- wanted to know if the city was getting value for its money under the regional approach to tourist promotion followed by the association. Direct control over promotion through the hiring of a tourist promotion director is the only way of ensuring that the city's erations without it. H e m b r o f f The Lethbridge Chamber of and was not investing in an ex-! funds arc spent on promoting panded program for the coming I the city, he said. year. I The motion authorizing the RESIDENTIAL COOLING SYSTEMS CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 328-3388 Commerce was given a grant of ?600 to help pay the rent in its new quarters. Wilf Bowns. chamber general manager, had asked for to pay for the installation of partitions and fixtures. The ?GOO will take care or the payments for the first year if the amount is amortized over a five-year period. The chamber is moving out of the regional development building across from city hall. The property, said Mayor Andy Ander'son, will be sold if Aid. Rex Little suggested the extra money might keep the or- ganization going until tire pro- vincial position on financial support of health services is clarified. Aid. C. W. Chichcster noted that ''some very great changes" are coming in this area. An overall plan may be presented by the province at the next meeting of council, he said. The budget committee also reconsidered a request for a grant from the Canadian Mental Health Associal ion, Southern Region. Before granting the request, the committee satisfied itself that the money would be used primarily for mental health programs carried out by volun- teer workers, I'ather than build- You Haven't Tasted Anything Until You've Tried Our ALBERTA ROAST BEEF ON A TOASTED SESAME BUN Only available in Lethbridge at Ericksen's Take-out located at 1705 Mayor Magrath Drive Visit the COLONEL! TAKE HOME Kentucky Fried Chicken Potato Salad Cole Slaw Macaroni Salad SVEN ERICKSEN'S FINE FOODS PASTRY SHOP Corner Mayor Magrath Drive, 3rd Avenue South Phone 323-8161 1705 Mayor Mograth Drive Phone 328-7751 the city gets a reasonable offer, ing a bureaucratic structure. 1 A YWCA request for was only partially granted. The The Oldman River Regional Planning Commission and the Economic Development Com- mission are also moving out this summer, leaving the build- ing vacant. The Victorian 0 r d e r of Nurses, which had been given a SI ,000 grant May 11. was I given an additional Si, 000. They had requested ICLIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. HACK DENTAL IAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointmen PHONE 327-2822 committee agreed lo pick up half the deficit on the understanding no deficits would be paid by the city next year. Some concern was expressed, as it was May H when the or- iginal request was turned down, that the deficit had been in- curred primarily through the implementation of new pro- i grams. j Aid. Vera Ferguson said she j would like to see the YWCA operate its residence, which j performed an important func-: tion in the city, but eliminate! J its programs, which could no! j compete with those offered by the parks and recreation de- partment. A request for from the Lethbridge Symphony Associa- tion was tabled until certain points in the budget could he clarified. Allister Findlay city finance director pointed out it was not clear from the budget how much money had been paid out to bring in the organization's revenue. It may be as high as 45 per cent, he said, or even higher. Aid. Vera Ferguson noted that attendance figures had dropped for the association's concerts. She suggested if the public is not sustaining the symphony through attendance, the city should perhaps not sup- port the group through public taxes. A grant for the Bow- man Arts Centre was approved on the understanding that grant from the provincial government would te forth- coming. The centre had asked for Also approved were grants of to the St. John Ambulance Association and to the Dorothy Gooder School for Re- tarded Children. The committee also autho- rised a grant to the Kiwanis v Band, the amount de- pending on expenses, but not to exceed Not approved were requests from the Lethbiidgc Five-Pin Bowling Association, the Leth- bridge and District Gladiol us and Square Dance Festival committee and the Devon Nursing Home. Magistrate Arthur H. Elford dismissed the court case against Enerson Motors Ltd. in Lethhridge Monday afternoon. The city of Le'hbridgc bad charged Enerson's with using Word Soon Ou Low-Cost City Housing Word is expected scon on fi- nal government approval of Icw-ccst ownership housing for Lsthbridge. Mayer Andy An- dersen ssid Monday. Tentative approval for the scheme was received from Robert Andras, the federal minister responsible for hous- ing, more than a week ago. All that is required is official noti- fication of his consent to Fred Colborne, provincial minister of municipal affairs. The provincial minister must give his approval to housing projects designed by private developers. Some is to be allo- cated for use by private firms available at 5Ti per cent inter- est. j property at 7th Ave. S. and Mayor .Magrath Drive for pur- poses which were not permit- ted under a city bylaw. Kncrson's claimed the word- ing of the charge discloses no offence known to law and main- tained the bylaw was ultra- vires. Magistrate Elford said thn bylaw docs contain misleading and conflicting information. The charge as staled fails to constitute the essential element involved. In dismissing the case he said the defendant is entitled to an order quashing the informa- tion. On May 19. Encrson's was granted a temporary permit for the use cf the property in ques- tion as a used car lot but the permit was not to be associ- ated, with or' tied to the police court charges that were pend- ing. 8100 Fine Leonard Belcourt of Cherry Grove, Alberta, was fined and costs or one month in jail when he pleaded guilty in mag- istrate's court in Lethbridge Monday to having liquor in his car that was not bought in Al- berta. The minimum fine for such an offence is Remand Given On Break-In Harvey Edward Yellow Old Woman pleaded guilty in mag- istrate's court in Lethbridge Monday to break, enter and theft and was remanded in cus- tody to June 29 for sentencing. There are indications he has a previous record. Yellow Old Woman apparent- ly broke into a house in the Lethbridge district. COMPIETE CARPET AND UNOtEUM INSTAtlATION HAMILTON'S FtOOR COVERING LTD, 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 New Section igliway Traffic McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY ANNUAL DUTCH AUCTION SALE Now In Full Swing Till June 30th! 147.44 140.07 EXAMPLE ITEM No. -13 Kodak Carousel 800 Regular Sale Price Tomorrow's 5th Day Price, only Ath Day Price, only ITEM No. 30 Bolex 18-5L Movie Projector Regular Sale Price...... 719.50 Tomorrow's 5th Day Price, only 179.80 6fh Day Price, only 170.81 Advance bills require 10% deposit full if you me Ad Twisl wliere down each by 5% instead of and are refundable in __ bids must be for the exact amount shown on front of the Dulch Auction sole Card, McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S., lethbridge CALL 327-3555 FOR FREE HOME DELIVERY Also Operating Walcrton Pharmacy Locaiod in Wnferten National Park Monday, one side of the new divided Highway 3 west of j Lethbridge was opened for traf- j detouring traffic From (he i old highway to expe d i t e completion of the construction which started last fall. The new portion being used starts just west of the Coal- hurst turn-off and ends one mile cast of Monarch. At one point on the road, the Oldman River valley can be j seen and contractors have in-: stalled a view-point facility. A new junction with Highway i 2! is expected to reduce Die in- (ersection and railway crossing hazards. R. AKROYD PLUMBING-HEATING GASFITTING LTD. 2634 21it Ave. S. For New Installations and Alterations PHONE 328-2106 FREE ESTIMATES You and your family are non-drinkers, Ab- stainers' Insurance Com- pany can probabiy offer you dwelling insurance at lower rates than you are now paying. How are we able to do ihis? Abstainers' believe that non-drinkers are gen- erally more responsible people and are les? likely to have fires 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 with your present rates now? INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-7777 Representing A ABSTAINERS' INSURANCE COMPANY Evenings Phono 357-2011 or 327-6091 ALUMINUM DOORS STANDARD SIZES SELF STORING Complete with pneumatic door closer, door lock and wec-ther stripping. HEAVY DUTY ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS Complete with icreen ana lelf-storing window. From Each WE Will BE PLEASED TO MEASURE YOUR DOORS AND WINDOWS AND QUOTE YOU PRICES INSTALLED Credit will bfi nllowed on your old usnblfl door. ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. "YOUR PIONEER LUMBER DEALER SINCE 1925" Cor. 2nd Ave. ond 13lh St. S., lolhbridgc 328-3301 ;