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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, March 9, 1974 Open-burning ban before council again A move will be made to ban backyard open burning at city council's regular meeting Monday A resolution submitted to council by Aid. Steve Kotch would put a section of the National Fire Code back into the city fire code. The section prohibits anyone from starting a fire of any kind in the open air without first having obtained a written permit irom the fire chief Anyone getting such a permit is obliged to ensure the fire is tended and that equipment is available to keep the fire from getting out of control. Barbecues are exempted from the regulation. The resolution was apparently initiated by a petition against backyard burning barrels started by a long-time resident of the city, Bernice Scott of 1215 4th Ave S., and by a submission from city fire marshall Doug Kometz Mr. Kometz points out that the city's fire code is now in conflict with provincial Jury attaches no blame in death No blame was attached in the death of a Lethbridge man who died Feb 3 following a fight in a hotel lobby, a local coroner's jury ruled Friday. John Douglas Koopman, 45, died from asphyxiation which resulted from vomit blocking his windpipe, the jury was told by Dr J Ernest Gnass, the pathologist who performed the autopsy. Death did not result from a fall or a blow, he said According to testimony given at the inquest, an argument between Mr. Koopman and George Houghton, 35, of Lethbridge, began shortly before midnight Feb 2 in the bar of the hotel. Mr Koopman, who was apparently intoxicated, invited Mr. Houghton outside the bar to finish the fight. Mr. Houghton said he preceded Mr. Koopman out of the bar into the lobby. When he turned around, Mr. Koopman hit him in the stomach. Mr. Hougton retaliated by striking him twice in the face Mr Koopman fell to the floor unconscious. When police arrived in response to the hotel manager's call they began mouth to mouth resuscitation. Ambulance personnnel continued resuscitation attempts on the way to the hospital. The man was pronounced dead by Dr. Ronald Loyer at about 1 a.m The jury offered no recommendations. Streakers late, but make appearance at LCC It was inevitable but streaking has officially reached Lethbndge. The city finally joined the craze that's sweeping North America when four persons, clad only in running shoes, were observed bounding down the main corridor of the Kate Andrews Building of Complete Selection of EARLY GARDEN NEEDS Potting Soil Peat Moss Fertilizer Terralite Clay Pots Peat Pots Planting Trays Call Garden Supplies 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Lethbridge Community College Friday. It was lunch hour and the corridor was crowded with students and staff. "They were all male as far as could be one observer commented. It all happened so fast, apparently, that a fleeting rear view was all anybody glimpsed. The four streaked out the main door and, braving near- freezing temperatures, disappeared into the adjoining coulees. There have been two or three other reports of streaking in the city but these had not been verified. FUEL SAVING! You will at lowvr tonipBhffltuTv) provided ttw Haw a POWER HUMIDIFIER CHARLTON ft HILL LTD. 1262 -Zed An. S. PkMN 328-3388 uepeu linwii of environment regulations banning all surface burning. Mr. Kometz said the fire department would like back yard burning brought under control because of many complaints, and burned fences and garages caused by mis- handled garbage burning. Mrs. Scott says in a letter to council she isn't against burning papers and leaves, but is against the burning of rancid garbage and rubber, "which smolders, either all day, or worse still, all night long, and produces a nauseating odor and affects my health A widow, Mrs. Scott collected the signatures of 17 neighbors who agree with her stand. The submission to council also includes a letter from the assistant fire marshall of Calgary which banned outdoor burning in 1969. He says there is no question the fire loss figures from careless rubbish burning are less since the control was instituted and adds: "We do hear from a few discontented people in the spring and fall who wish to clean up garden trash and debris and would rather bum it than put the material in plastic bags and have the sanitation department pick it up "I have spoken to many people, however, citizens in residential areas, business firms who have large amounts of waste to handle and contractors on construction or demolition who formerly burned tons of debris. "At first they felt the regulations were too restrictive but now the majority of them wonder why open burning was tolerated for so long." Burning permits in Calgary are issued on a very restricted basis, the official adds. Council Monday will also face a delegation armed with supporting letters and a petition that wants the city's old library turned into an art gallery rather than community services department offices. Support for the gallery appears to have mushroomed since council decided two weeks ago that the old library should be turned over to the community services department. The citizens committee for a Lethbridge and district art gallery will argue before council Monday that an art gallery would be a much better use for the building. Other items on council's agenda include submission of a pedestrian crossings policy by the city traffic advisory committe, a U of L request for reduced electrical rates, and a submission from Jean Staudinger on subsidized day care. LETHBBID6E REFBIGERATIOH LTD. ComnMfdal RafrtgaraMon I WALK-IN FREEZERS COOLERS ICE MAKERS 111 11th Street South Phona 32S-43M DEEP TILLAGE SWEEPS PtTNJV WVVIB OTI flfnO InS) CfnlCan OTtft Till} vn9 OGWIOfFI NOW AT... OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 23e-3fthSLLethbrid9e Phona 327-1571 or the OLIVER DEALER naaraat you. FOX DENTURE CLINIC Est. 1922 PHONE 327-6S65 E. S. P. FOX, C.D.M. FOX LETHMID6E DENTAL UB 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDO. PARK'S-NEILSQN'S Dry donors Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 1S14A flHi PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 hour service tailoring blocking and leather processing psrfsct plaat drapery Ian Thompson displays psychology lab apparatus Aperature '74 attracts 400 Approximately 400 Southern Alberta students attended Aperture '74, the University of Lethbridge's open house, held Friday. The majority of participants were high school students from communities such as Brooks, Pincher Creek, Milk River, Coaldale, Magrath and Taber, although some college students also attended. In addition, a few parents and interested citizens toured the campus during the day. Regular classes were open to visiting students, special demonstrations and displays were staged by various departments within the University and U of L students acted as guides. About 300 students took advantage of the free cafeteria luncheon provided for visitors at noon while less than 180 people attended the dance on the U of L main concourse Friday evening. The dance was also free to all students with ID cards. Perry Robinson and Henry Bruinsma inspect intestines Disaster services agency to open office in city Pedestrian hit by car Alberta's proposed municipal disaster services agency will have an office in Lethbridge, it was announced Friday. The new agency will mean a new direction for emergency preparedness, said Hugh Horner, deputy premier. He said the aim of the agency "is to prepare all communities for handling emergencies." The agency will strive to decentralize and improve emergency services throughout the province. New offices will be opened at St. Paul, Camrose, Red Deer and Lethbridge to augment existing disaster-service facilities in Grande Prairie, Local kennel club plans championship dog show The Lethbridge and District Kennel Club championship dog shows and licensed obedience trials will be held April 20 and 21 at the Exhibition Pavilion. Judges announced for the shows and trials include Stan Whitmore of Thornhill, Ont. Irene Bourassa. Cloverdale, B.C.. Jake Giacomelli, Stoney Creek, Ont., Thomas Quilley, Edmonton and Ken Rickman, Surrey, B.C. Forms have been mailed to persons who attend dog shows and obedience trials in this area. Entries are expected from all western provinces and many areas of the United States. Classifications to be judged for all breeds recognized by The Canadian Kennel Club, applied for both sexes, include junior puppy, six to nine months; senior puppy, nine to 12 months; novice, for dogs without a first place ribbon in any official class. Canadian bred, for dogs born in Canada; bred by exhibitor, for dogs owned and handled in the ring by the breeder; open, for all dogs; specials only, for all dogs; and exhibition only, for all dogs, points not counting for the show champion. The Exhibition Pavilion will be open at 7 a.m. April 20 and will remain open until all judging is complete. Edmonton and Calgary. More local autonomy will be provided to regional areas. Because of a cutback in federal contributions to the program, a new financial structure will complement the new agency, Dr. Horner said. Conditional grants at the rate of 10 cents a person will be given to municipalities to help them establish and maintain local disaster services agencies, Dr. Horner said. A dollar-for-dollar matching fund for equipment will be set up to encourage development of disaster services at local levels, he said. This will enable municipalities to buy, at reduced cost, public safety equipment. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldp 222 5th SI S. Phone 328-4095 A 69-year-old Lethbridge woman is in serious condition at St. Michael's Hospital after being hit by a car at 13th Street and 5th Avenue N. Friday afternoon. Rosie Sokoliuk, 524 12th St C N., was crossing 13th Street when she was struck by the car driven by Arie T. Vanden Poole, Picture Butte, who was turning south onto 13th Street from 5th Avenue. Mrs. Sokoliuk was rushed to the hospital with head injuries. CwtifiWOtftHINKkHic CUFF MACK. BLACK DENTAL LAB HBNCU.OENTM.IUI6. PHONE 327-2S22 MCCARTHY'S PLUMBING 8 Moment Phone 327-6400 MOVING? SMILEY'S PLUMBING OLAM LINED WATER HEATERS S1SO I )2t-217t BERGMAN'S Floor Coverings SALES By DON BERGMAN Evening Spun. PHONE 329-0372 271S 12th So. GUARANTEED SERVICE To SONY. LLOYDS, PIONEER, NORESCO, and other IMkOBOf ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT ANQLO STEREO A PHOTO SERVICE DEPT. 41S- asa-osrs FURNACES (IN STOCK) SHEET METAL WORK POWER HUMMERS tVH iMrnlrll by NcMfefricentiM 2214-4M8.S. FMM 87-5116 CALL OWEN AGENTS FOB AWED VAN LINES 12 4 Corn French Frtn or Potato Sour DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR FOR ONLY .95 4 Closed Sundays for tha Winter JUST CALL A A I all all AcroM 327-0240 or I INN front tha 327-2297 LU I UO Illll CPR Dapol INSTALLATION HUMIDIFIERS 1709 328-5973 HEHTZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324-MhSLS. Phona 328-1771 FOR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Thank You (24 How If Nicmaiy) We provide complimentary personalized head table place cards with each order1 FREE CUSTOMER PARKING Dr. M.T. Melling Specialist in General Surgery wishes to announce the opening of his New Offices, at 414 13 St. N., Lethbridge as of Monday, March 11th, 1974 Phone LIBERAL FEUOWSHP DINNER Tuesday, March 12th GUEST SPEAKER: Hon. Eugtnt Whelan Federal Minister of Agriculture at ERICKSEN'S FAMILY RESTAURANT Reception p.m. Dinner p.m. Tickets each or per couple. Phone 328-7756 or 327-8511 for tickets. Sponsored by the federal Liberal Association ;