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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta New Low European Fares Effective April 1, 1972. Make your bookings now for your Holiday in Briluin and Europe. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALI PHONE 328-3101 The lethbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lclhbridgc, Alberta, Saturday, March 4, 1971! PAGES 15 TO 20 NOW IN OUR NEW IOCATION. CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BIDO. 740 ack one hour. If you find lhat confusing just remember this rhyme an ,-ou'll always get it right 'Spring ahead, fall back." AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES Pctci- Pan 011 (TaJier) Ice tonight Mushrooms, teddy bears an Indians form the supportin cast for Peter Pan On Ice, t he presented by the Taber Fig lire Skating Club. The annual show, with Da Dorohoy of the Lethbridg Figure Skating Club as fe, tured skater, will be stage Saturday at the Taber Hccre. lion Centre with two shows, a 2 and 8 p.m. Participants include club pro- fessional Deborah Stimson, as- sistant Cheryl DeCona, and a cast of 150 member skaters ranging in age from three to 17 years. The program will include solo, pair and trio numbers, as well as group arrangements on tiie Peter Pan fantasy tiieme. eon "shafted" because Ilie ixleral govcnnr.ont called off s support "at tliis late (UUe." This occurred although tiie anadian Fitness ajid Amateur Association federally provided provincial playdowns and ansjwrtalion costs for a par- cipating province. Alberta is the only province ml. hns yet lo have ils play- mvns. The Native Winter Games ave received wide acceptance rc-m Indians In tiie participnt- ]g provinces, part icularly. .rilish Columbia. There, Joe Manual, head of 10 Union of B.C. Chief? and resident of Ihe National Ift- an Brotlwrhood threalenud to all "for foreign aid" if Ihc ederal government does nol ome lo the game's assistance. "It's become a political font- said an INSPOL spokes- nan. The request for aid has been osscd from one (leparLmen Federal) to another, and vas promised from some where, the spokesman said. National Filn ess Directo: Westlajid allegedly claimed the submission for assistance was not made soon enough. INSPOL asks if October wasn't early enough, when ,vas? The purpose of the games is LO provide "an opportunity to change Uie Indian image and a vehicle that may change Ihe negative attitude of many people regarding native people." They are also lo inspire a better breed of Indian athletes, increase pride in heritage, and develop improved communica- tions among various Indian groups. Developer seeks reconsideration Missionary here Monday A United Church missionary who serves isolated communi- ties on the Canadian west coast VvQ! be in Lelhbridge Monday to meet wilh youths at JIcKillop United Church. George Kecnleyside wilt dis- cuss his years commuting among Indian villages, fishing camps and canneries, logging camps and assorted oufposls on Uic CO foot Thomas Crosby V. After his -1 p.m. meeting, Rev. Keenleyside will speak at a din- ner meeting at Phil's Pancake House at (1 p.m. At B o'clock, he will sp Monday for reconsideration ol a subdivision plan for 2.5 acres south of 20th Ave. S. and Lake- mount Blvd. The subdivision was refused by the Municipal Planning Com- mission Wednesday after the development review committee! and planning director had rec- ommended approval. The 2.5-acrc area is part ol a 10 acre development scheme, 7.5 acres of which has approved. The application lo subdivide flic smaller section was turned down by Ite MFC on a tech- nicality'involving two lois and feet of street frontage. The city requires lhat lots bo a minimum of 100 feet from front to rear. The two lots in question are an average of .75 of a foot less than the minimum eqiiie'enient. At a development review com- ullee meeting Monday, Handy olfcld, engineering director, aid he would rather protect the reet right-of-way than allow is to be extended onto the .reet to make the lots fit Ihe linimum requirement (To the city, the street ex- lends from the inside of ono sidewalk lo Ihe inside of the sidewalk on Ihe opposite side of the The solution, accepted by the development i-cvicw committee, was (o allow the lots to be ex- tended inlo the street and then give the cily an casement equal to the extension. Two days later, at the MFC meeting, Mr. HoHcld said he opposed the particular subdivi- sion o! lots in the 2.5 acre silo because, from an engineering standpoint, the standards had jeen "dovalgraded." Later, he said his comments ad "no reflection on the de- velopment as a whole." The entire 10 acre subdivi- sion will ultimately have 33 house units, 30 single- family houses and seven lots lor apartment development. A 13 storey apartment build- ing, which was planned for the ity seeks speed-up in application decisions EVERYTHING CHECKS Tony tee, (centre) 2410 16th Ave. S., president of Ihe Lethbridge Model Railroad Club, helps check out a section of track on one of the four completed parts of Ihe club's mobile layout. Charles Coe, (right) 2627 21st Ave. S. makes wjre several cars clear the tunnel entrance to ihe section he built for the club. Both adult train buffs are enthusiasticaly helped by Gerald Cook, (lefl) 2120 llh Ave. N. The model railroad club will host a show consisting of a portable HO gauge lay- out, an 'N' gauge layout and about 300 various model locomotives and cars from 1 p.m. 1a 6 p.m. both today and Sunday on the main floor of the Bowman Arls Centre. Property, prices unaffected The new federal income tax future, they added, because it on capital gains has not affect- ed the price of property in southern Alberla, say Leth- bridge realtors. At the end of 1971, tax asses- sors evaluated Uie worth of property, and beginning this year, the federal government will charge income tax on half the profit made when the prop- erly is sold. would be "self defeating and contribute to the inflationary spiral." The consumer would lose if prices increased because con- tractors would also boost tin price of new buildings. The contractors said, pcopl will not pay more than the rea value of property when pur chasing homes. UC moderator to visit city Rev. Dr. A. B. B. Moore, moderator of the Uniled Church of Canada will be in southern Alberta next week for Asked whether people have j day visit, increased the selling price of j tin March 9, Dr. Moore will their property in order to rea- lize more profit, the realtors replied, "No, nol yet." And (he price of properly will probably ncl be affected hy Ihc amended tax structure, hi the Real estate board named Frank M. Gemmel, 2S02 1Kb Avc, S., was elected president of the Real Eslate Beard for 1972 at the annual meeting of the association held nt Svcu Erieksen's Fainity taurant. Mr. Gcmmcl is sales manager for Nil-Mode Homes Limited Elected (o the board of direc- tors at the same meeting were: Ian Hamilton, first vice pre i dent; Howard Yanosik. second vice president and Woodrow S. Ktringham, past president. Bcniie Simmons was award- ed first prize in the annual sales contest, Jack Iliggins won second place and Ihird placo was awarded to Trevor Han- sen. The top award for volume of multiple listings sold went lo ;J1X Elizabeth Dykstra, and second tj f last year with the require- phones. Canadian Western Na- nieiit that it meet once a rural Gas Company, the Old- month. Until this month, the licet ings had been merely or- ganizational in nature. Two meetings have been held ,n the last two weeks to allow the committee to resolve basic ichcnical requirements for a 2.5-acre subdivison south of 20th Ave. S. and Lakemount Blvd. The procedure is for ihe de- veloper, in this case Frandscn Developments, to bring con- crete proposals and specific facts to the meeting and go over them in detail with Uic committee. At the first meeting between Uic committee and Frauds en Developments, a subdivision plan was turned down, Before' Ihe MFC met this week, the developmenl review committee recommended iMPC approval of an alternate plan. If the appliation had gone di- rectly to Ihe MFC with the at- tendant technical problems, i t would have been tabled at least for one week. With the development review commit- tee's recommendation, the pro- cess of development approval is faster. man River Regional Planning Commission and city utility de- partments. Tosh Kanashiro, chief building inspector, is committee chairman. "Week" comes from the Ger- man word which means change or succession. CtlFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL B1DG. PHONE HOYT'S HAVE m LOOMEX NMD-7 with ground Non Metallic Sheathed Cablet Reg. 12c ft. Special NAVEL JELLY Powerful chemical action, Re- moves rusr quickly. Bruih it on. Wash rust off. Amazing new discovery. .95 ONLY Cal! Hardware 327-5767 DOWNTOWN NEW and USED ORGANS MUSECLAND WE TAKE GRAIMI HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. 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