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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE lETHBHIDGE HERALD March complications on U of L job are no police escorts He added that none of the A DAWNING THE ARENA NEVER SAW FIRS IN THE 49YEAROLD BUILDING IS OUT City house builders lukewarm to west side By HERB JOHNSON Herald City Hall Reporter Lethbridge house builders are apparently in no great hurry to begin residential development west of the About 25 local builders re sponded with only lukewarm enthusiasm at a special meet ing Thursday called by City Manager Tom Nutting to assess the developers interest in pro moting residential growth in the citys first west side sub had proposed Nutting that several smaller building firms band together into a com pany large enough to take over development of a 10 to 20acre parcel as a complete He suggested three or four companies rrJght handle the en tire subdivision of 185 lots in this Although the builders were unanimously opposed to the job being given to an outside the services a hard look at finan large enough to handle no one stood up and said they thought local builders could take it One builder said the cooperative idea had been tried two years ago and it had fallen flat Nuttings proposal also included senicing costs being the responsibility of the devel oper as part of the package The developer would pro curbs and gutters un der city In this way it would be the not the who would have the capital outlay for services that would be tied up until the lots were Costs of these interior ser vices and off site improve ments were given as Nutting said the city had reached the point where it was cing of west side development and that if the builders were really interested in moving west they might help out in the financing of these The general reaction was that the city should stick with the traditional method of doing One builder suggested tbs city open up 50 lots near the university selling them for each on a cash He said they would sell quick Tap dancer from Red Deer sets sizzling pace By JOAN BOWMAN Herald Staff Writer An 18 year old Red Deer competitor set a sizzling pace Friday at the Alberta Dance Festival when she danced her way to a mark of the top honors bestowed for the first four days of the five day Wenda whose pre vious high mark was wowed adjudicator Brian Foley with a solo tap performance which Foley said was as pro fessional a dance as I have ever seen in any dance festi The dance personified everything I have been asking for all Foley Aside from the highlypraised tap Miss Craw ford showed she is no slouch in Irish dancing either by earning a from adjudicator Sandra Bald in the Irish Jig class for students 1718 Qty pays top interest this ear Fridays 61 classes at the Yates Memorial Centre saw Hed Deer students take most of the top marks in tap and stage with Lethbridge competitors al most clearing the board in bal Debbie another Red Deer earned a 90 hi a solo song and dance class for competitors 1516 Breaking Red Deers clean sweep in Highland categories was a young Edmonton Sean who captur ed a 90 and an 89 in the under 15 Jig and Hornpipe In Lethbridge students clinched five trophies and earn ed six marks of 90 or more from adjudicator Gwenneth Lori TJlly and Carol Jolliffe won a mark of 93 for their per formance in the duet character class for students 1314 The same mark went to Kim Ellison and Vanessa Plettel of Lethbridge for their dancing in the duet character class for students 1112 Hot on the heels of the Elii sonPlettell how were Cheryl Blakney and Darlene Olafson of competitors in the duet charac ter who won a second place Carol Jolliffe of dancing in the national class for competitors 13 14 won a first place mark of a bare one mark ahead of the second place runnerup John Kaminski of Katrinski had with partner Beverly Miskiw of hit the 91 level in a national duet Two marks of 90 went to the JoUiffe Academy of Dancing for the Lethbridge schools en semble work in the mime cate gory for students 12 and and the national class for stu dents 15 and Allison also of Leth danced to a 90 hi the national class for llto12year just beating out second place finisher Kim Ully of Leth Miss Ully earned a mark of 89 in the Fridays lengthy 17 hour which concluded about 1 Saturday saw the Jolliffe Academy win the Lethbridge Herald trophy for national ensemble excellence and the Senior Ballet Trophy for top mark in ensemble ballet Lori Ully of Lethbridge clinched the Carter Fridays festival results Lethbridge citizens have earned a total of inter est on their prepaid city taxes since Figures released by the trea surers office show paid out in This was interest at six far cent on total prepaid faxes of The 1970 figure also at six per cent was not far on taxes amounting to The big year was The city collected but paid interest of only The in terest rate in the 1967 lira period was only five per Interest in 1967 and 1969 was just under the The money the city collects goes mm operating ac Prepaid taxes must be I paid before the end of Februj Local property owners have until the end of June be fore he ciiy hfcms to apply penalties to their tax pay i TAP AND STAGE JAZZ IB and under Bain School of Red Deer Edmonton School ct Edmon ton QUARTET 15 and under Lecky School cf Edmonton Kugier Academy of Edmon ton DUET Otjen Susan and Mau reen Hart lied with Robb Card and JoyAnn JAZZ 12 and Bain School cf Red JAZZ 910 years Steffi Sknypciak and Anastasia sgouromi Edmonton TAP 15 and under Lscky School of tisd Hays School of Ed JAZZ 13U years Barbara Becker and Linda Etimon fcn Eve and Valerie Edmon QUARTET SONG AND 18 and under Harts Stnool of JAZZ 15 and under School of Kugier Academy of Edmon SONG AND DANCE Open Suan Hart Maureen Calqary TAP 1718 Wenda Rpd Jit Red D2er SONG AND DANCE Open Myrna and Marlene Edmon JAZZ 15li years John and Joy Ann Ed moitcn SONG AND DANCE 1516 Debbi Reel JAZZ cpen Susan and MaLTfn Caioary 13 and uncfer Ban School cf Red Deer Under 9 Lisa Ed mcnlon Edmcn 0 P D DANCE 13 H year her TO SYMBOLIZE FOND MEMORY Choose the monu ment to honor your loved wil be pleased LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS 325 3th S Lnthbridgn Under 15 Mary Edmonton Kathleen McGuin HIGHLAND OR IRISH 15U yearsKeltie MacLachlan and Linda Under 15 Sean Edmonton John Over 15 Rita Edmon ton IRISH 1718 years Wenda Red Deer Betteiane REEL Under 1 Susan Edmonton Kathleen Ed monton SWORD DANCE 1516 years Deb bie Red Deer Under 9 Maureen Lisa Edmonton SEANN 1314 years Nadme Edmonton Heather Edmonton SET Under IIMary Edmonton Kathleen McGuin Edmonton HIGHLAND 1516 years Debbie Red Deer Under 15 Sean Mc Edmonton Geraldme Edmonton I Over Rita I OR IRISH 131I 1 vears ridine G3uf and Heather I Dunseith Bonnie B a I I a I an Melody Lethbridge I SLIP Under 12 Mary Edmonton Kathleen Edmoncn I HIGHLAND Open Jacqueline Watt EdrcntDri BALLET ENSEMBLE 13 and bn 1 der Jollifte Academy of i Lethbridqe 1 NATIONAL 910 years TaraJean iey Pciila fjola Ma I rjrath j DUET 1314 yarE 1 Be ertnv and Jonn 15 years Lori and Mark Lernindne DUET 1112 Kim Elliscn and Vanessa Cheyl Blakney and D3r ler Edmrntcn DUET 1314 yars Lrn UNy and Carol Jchn Kaminski Valerie Edmrnton I Edmonton Manralh i FTHNir yfan Red 1314 years Jchn Kamin 15 IS years NATIONAL 13H years Carol Jol Lethbridge John Ed monton 1516 years Sue Mc Edmonton Denise 1718 Wendy ENSEMBLE 13 and un Jolliffe Academy of Lethbridge Kugier Academy of Danc Alison Ed ENSEMBLE BALLET OR CHAR Open Edmonton School of ENSEMBLE 15 and un derJolliffe Academy of Dancing given annually for the top stu dent in contemporary dance Allison Stillwell ma the Dlingworth Trophy for achieving the highest mark in junior national solo And Carol JoUiffe won the Na tional Trophy for the highest mark in senior national solo The Alberta Dance Festival was to conclude its regular competitions late this afternoon at the A special show start ing at 8 at the will feature highlight performances of the festival plus the award ling of about 40 trophies and The performances give the public an opportunity to see the best students those se lected by the adjudicators and the festival committee from among the approximately 900 All seats are reserved for the Tickets may be obtained at the Yates box allowing the city to recover the costs of servicing and then use the money to open up an other Several builders said the 000 to price range quot ed by Nutting for west side lots was close enough to east side prices that they would pre fer to continue building in the established portion of the Another suggestion was that the west side was considered to be appropriate for middle or higher priced while the current demand was for low cost Nutting brought up the idea of a cooperative effort several times during the meet ing and asked that anyone with suggestions submit them to his office in the next week or The hard look at the cost of development on the west side was born out by figures quoted by who noted that the current invest ment by the city conies to The cost of providing services trunk sewer per imeter feeder mains is estimated at million for the next This is the project currently under consideration by city Total develop ment costs for land and ser vices for the west side could come to an estimated 6 mil Nutting said the inform ation from the meeting would be given to city council at a special closed session to be held A decision would then be made in open session on how to proceed with provision of services to the west The contract is to be awarded be fore March for non union men and no problems of any sort on the University of Lethbridge con struction says Dennis Wil project manager for Pools Construction managers of the entire The job is working abso lutely perfectly normal here without any complications and Im at a loss to explain what all these stories about conflict and police lines over here are all Wilson told The Roy secretary of the Lethbridge building trades has said things are pretty hot at the university 1 construction and union of ficers had reported that city police were escorting nonunion Plessey Canada employees to and from Lethbridge City Police Chief James Carpenter told The Her ad Friday afternoon that none of our men are on any such escort Wilson said the Plessey employees were working with out harrassment or interfer and said hs did not ex pect any problems to A U of L official said sug gestions of a troubled labor scene on the site come from a vacuum and are entirely Since the university project is not a union closed shop oper it is completely legal for a contractor to employ non union A lengthy walk out by union employees over the Plessey men would be entirely ille Wilson workers on the job seemed to have any intention of walking or to be un happy with anything about the project at He said the ovsrall project is on with a few parts away ahead in some Some of the finishing trades are a bit behind schedule due to normal problems including late delivery of their he but Poole is confident lhat the university will be fin ished on or ahead of schedule this warns ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING LETHBRIDGE UNITED APPEAL March 17th CANADIAN RED CROSS BUILDING 1120 7th Avenue Any contributor il o hoi voting ond should attend and get the Girl hurt Patricia of 1311 5th was reported in satisfactory condition at the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital this following an ac cident in which the car she was fa was in collision with a fire About damages result ed to the car from the acci which occurred about 1 a Saturday at Mayor Ma grath Drive and 7th Miss McNair was treated for shock and kept in hospital for on invoices Wilt manager of the Lethbridge Chamber of Com says local businessmen should be on the lookout for invoices for advertising that their firm has not Bowns said there has been at least one recent case in which a local firm had re ceived what appears to be an accompanied by an ad which the firm had placed in a The ad had been taken from a publication other than the one sending the in Bowns warned there may be a clip and paste scheme op erating in the Similar cases have occurred in Alberta in recent The post office act has been amended to pievent such prac Any such invoices must be marked clearly as a solicita tion for the order of goods or services and not a bill or state ment of account Any ma terial of this nature not so marked should be sent to the post office investigations de partment TAPE SALE 5 95 MUSICLAND 13th and 3rd HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS 324 9th Phone 3281778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitations Announcements 24 Hour Service If Necessaryl took Thank You Cards Napkins Matches We provide Complimentary Personalized Head Table Place Cards with each Orderl FREE CUSTOMER PARKING SOCIAL CREDIT NOMINATION MEETING WEST SIDE CONSTITUENCY ALLAN WATSON SCHOOL 17th Registration begins at 7 SPECIAL SPEAKER Martin Funeral Homes 2nd GENERATION THE SUNDAY HOUR 9 in years MRLF U and under of Lett Uhln mMFVpopAPY n t Irn 1 Carol A 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