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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? One coll ro ouru offko doci it oil Vansporlation, aecimodaiion, U-Drives. For your summer vocation. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL rHONB 328-3201 The Letkbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, March 28, 1972 PAGES 13 TO 28 NOW IN OUR NEW IOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4th AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Alk nboul Phologray leni lhat chonget wllh lighl. John Howard meet at 8 The annual meeting of Oic Jolm Rbward Sociciy in Leth- bridge will be held tonight in the Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. Ltd, auditorium, 410 Stafford Drive, at 8 o'clock. A National Film Board Pro- duction called Two Years or More, whicli depicts life, will shown. A panel of guest speakers will discuss life in prison and the need for prison reform. Members of the panel will in- clude: an ex-policeman, a cor- rectional officer and two ex- convicts. The meeting is open to the public. CCHS drama Wednesday Catholic Central High School's entry in the southern Alberta High School drama festival will be presented as part of an entertainment night Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the Yates Memorial Centre. The production had Ixxiji pre- viously scheduled for March 25. The entry is a staging of Cru- cifixion in Modeme by Jeanne Hochford. Lead rotes are taken by Mark Campbell, Rick Ber- lando, Kirk Lizzt and Jean The play is directed by Gloria Eenz. Adjudicator Is Joan Water- field. The Winston Churchill High School entry will be staged in the Yates Centre at 3 p.m. Thursday. THE KIDS LIKE IT Lethbridge residents may be cursing the remains of the weekend snowfall, but the kids take it all in good stride. The piles of snow left by the street cleaners are perfect for tunneling through. -Walter Kerber Photo More cool weather coming to town Fly RON CA LOWELL Herald Staff Writer More cool weather is moving info the Lethbridge area and is Snow fails to halt Herald carriers Appreciation for the service provided by The Herald's car- rier boys during Ihe weekend si orm has been expressed by many subscribers. Only one out-of-the-ordinary problem developed Saturday, when through misunderstand- ing, half of one city route was not covered, Otherwise aH the hoys plowed through the deep drifts to reach all their custom- ers. Delivery out of the city was equally satisfactory. All Tlic Herald's rural truck drivers completed their routes practic- ally on time, although two of them could not return to the city that night, and the rural carrier hoys also refused to let their customers down. CUFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 Do you have merchandise to consign? WE HAVE A Free Pick-Up Service AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave, N. Phone 327-1222 In spite of the extreme diffi- culty of moving from door to door, both in the city and out, Monday's deliveries were also practically on schedule. "On behalf of our subscrib- ers. The Elerald is most appre- ciative of the service provided in that emergency by the driv- ers and especially the carrier delivery Robert Fenton, circulation manager, said Tues- dr.y morning. "They are great people, and we are proud of he saici. Mayor commends volunteers Volunteers who helped ease the inconveniences caused by the weekend storm were com- mended by city council Monday in a motion of appreciation. Mayor Andy Anderson ex- pressed the "sincere apprecia lion" of council to "a Jot ol people for the time (hey spen helping others." The mayor also acclaimed (he city staff "who worked great deal of overtime hours1 during and after Ihe storm. expected to make the arduous task of snow removal even more difficult during Ihe next few days. The weather office reports that the city can expect to have temperatures ranging from fows of five to 10 above to highs of 35 for the next lew days. Tiie street situation around the city is still pretty grim al- though all streets are open to traffic. It is still only one lane on most secondary streets. Officials of Ihe city engineer- ing department were holding a series of meetings this morning to plot their attack on the 19 inches of snow that was dump- ed on the city during the week- end. Downtown parking is practic- ally non-existent moval crews are concentrating their efforts on clearing major thoroughfares. All available equipment has been thrown into the fray. There is no indication of how soon normal travel will be re- stored in the city. The weather lias also played havoc with teleplione service. Repair crews have a backlog of calls to look after telephones that went on the fritz yester- day. All highways in southern Al- berta are open to traffic and driving conditions are good in most places. The highway around Pincher Creek is bare and dry with a few icy sections. The same holds true for the Crowsnest Pass area. The worst conditions exist from Fort Macleod to Nanton where large sections of rough ice are reported. still some Highway crews are scraping and salting in areas and trying to push back the high snowbanks near inter- sections. The outlook for today and Wednesday calls for continuing sunny and cool weather with highs near 35. The low tonight will drop to five to to above. Lethbridge was the coldest spot in Western Canada last night, as the temperature dipped to three belo1 The usual cold spots, Edmon- ton and Red Deer, had of 22. Calgary also had a low of 22 while Medicine Hat and Pin- cher Creek had temperatures 14 above. It was snowing in Calgary this morning, but the weather office said the storm would move off before reaching Leth- bridge. All city streets opened up Access lias been achieved on all streets in the city, Randy Holfeld, city engineer said this morning. As for the sidewalks and lanes, there isn't much hope snow removal, he said. In a news conference, Mr. Holfeld said work will begin today lo clear the intersections of snow piled up by the snow LEROY'S PLUMBING GASFITTING SERVICE WORK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE FRACHE FLOWERS ARE EASTER They are a beauliful ex- pression thai soy so well who! you wont to soy to your church, family or friends. I FTD Happy Neil Only Fraehc's Bunny Special Only i PottDd Plnnls from 12 7-95 FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322 6th ST. S. PHONE 327-5747 Land iill to change hands The city may become in- volved in sanitary iandfili op- erations again. The subject was discussed briefly at city council Monday after Alderman Vora Ferguson asked wrhat could be done about andfill operation, in absolute dis- the existing wtiich is grace." Mayor Andy Anderson said Ihe contract with Dispose-All Services, which lias operated Ihe sanitary landfill since last June, has been terminated. The city engineer has given the company .10 days notice, without condilion, to end the operation because it is inade- quate. The mayor also said the city manager is investigating the possibility of another location for the nuisance grounds. N'o specific location was men- tioned. Aid. Ferguson suggested the :ity look into increased use of incineration as a means of solid waste disposal. NO MEET Tonight's regular monthly meeting of the General Slew- irt branch of the Royal Cana- dian Legion has been postponed duo to snow conditions. plows. It will not be removed, but piled on the side of the streets. Residents are asked to pull their vehicles as far off the streets as possible to keep them out of the way of clear- ing operations. All available manpower 1 s working to clear catch basins and fire hydrants throughout the city, Refuse collection has been discontinued for this week in residential areas. The city.ad- ministration suggests garbage be stored in plastic bags until next week when collection will resume. The bus service is running on a regular basis today, Yester- day, as many as 150 people were left standing at bus stops downtown between 4 and 5 p.m. the city utility director said. Extra buses will be put on the routes during the rush hour today to accommodate the in- creased number of passengers. The administration suggests residents use either the Iransit system or car pools to keep the number of cars on the streets down while clearing operation continue. The 9lh fit. bridge was closed between 2 and 4 p.m. today while the snow w a s cleared. Crews will also be concenlrat- ing on (lie I3lh St. and Mayor Magrath Drive underpasses, al- though those areas will not be closed to traffic.' Finance director A 1 i s t e r Find lay said UK storm Club meet postponed The Lethbridge Historical Society monthly meeting, origi- nally scheduled today, has been postponed lo a date to be announced. Chief Judge L. S. Turcotte was to be featured speaker. had cost the city by Monday night for snow clear- ing operations. He said the re- maining in the snow re- moval account would be de- pleted by this morning. Extended bus service ends Friday The city's extended bus ser- vice, which has lasted until p.m., will end Friday night. Cily council Monday, lished a policy to have the ser- vice extended Ihe additional hour each year from Nov. 1 to the following March 31. A report to councit from (be city utility director indicates thai a sharp decrease in tins patronage during Ihe extra hour corresponds with the he- ginning of milder weather. Two routes on the south side and one on the north side are affected. Beginning Monday, the last' [mses will leave the downtown area at p.m. South calf losses could be high By ,1015 HALLA Herald Staff Writer More calf deaths accounting for thousands of dollars in losses arc indicated for south- ern Alberta's livestock indus- try for at least the next sev- eral days as a follow-up to the exceptionally severe s n o w- storm of the past, weekend. While colds and other dis- eases are expected to take their toll in the calf popula- tions, sunburnt udders on range cows will present a special problem, And, according to depart- ment of agriculture experts, there is little the cattleman will he able to do about this prob- lem except wait it out. The spring calving season has just started for some cat Uemen and varies to about one- third complete. Reflection of bright sunlight on clean, deep snow wifl cause the sunburning of udders for Neiv arena study expected in April By RICHARD BURKE Herald Staff Writer A draft of the study conduct- ed by Phillips, Barrett, Hillier Jones and Paitners on the fea- bility of a new arena for the city will be submitted to city cou.icil in late April. Aid. Vaughan H e m b r o f f, chairman of the arena develop- ment committee, told council Monday he had received word 'rom the Vancouver firm that all pertinent responses have been received and are being compiled. Tile report was expected to come before council early next month. Aid. Hembroff said he I be in contact with the con- sultants today to determine if :here will in fact a delay. He said the consultants have received a "heavy response" to :he survey. In other business, council passed a resolution (o have census in either September or October this year, rather than in the spring. The action was opposed by Aldermen Vaughan Hembrotf, Bill Kergan and Steve Kotch. Aid. Hembroff said October will be too late for a census :o determine an accurate pop- ulation increase for 1971. He said with the questions raised ay the administration concern- .ng the January census, he 'can't make a judgment on the d e m a n d for housing in West Lethbridge." Cam Barnes said as far as he is concerned, the Jan- uary census was an accurate count of the city's population and showed a normal three per cent increase for last year. The fall census figures will be submitted to the province in 1973. Council also decided to apply he policy regarding travelling expenses for elected officials to .he city manager. That policy allows a day 'or expenses when travelling on city business. An amendment to raise the illowable expense to S4J> a day vas suggested, but subsequcnt- y dropped. Council instead ac- cepted a clause which provides 'or payment of expenses in ex- No milk There will he no home deli- rery of milk until Saturday, Sil- 'erwood and Purity dairies an- lounccd today. Every effort will be made to tock neighborhood stores with adequate supply of milk, pokesmen said. NEW and USED ORGANS MUSICIANS WE TAKE GRAINI cess of when the official turns in receipts. West .Lethbridge also re- ceivcci sonic attention Monday. Council terminated the con- tract with Interform PJaiming and Design, consultants for the development, cffectivo imme- diately, Authorization was also given lo the city manager to con- tinue a study analysis for de- velopment of the west side with the assistance of Alberta Hous- ing Corporation by undertaking a market analysis for the area. Lougheed compliments Gruenwald The Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Dick Gruenwaltl (SC Lethbridge West) was singled out by Premier Peter Loughecd Monday with three other Al- berta MLAs for compliments on the quality of debate offer- ed in the legislature. The Premier commended the first-term ML A from Lethhridge for informing the government about southern Alberta concerns. Mr. Gruenwald u n f o r- lunately was not in his seat to hear the praise, having gone "back (o the snowed-in southern Alberta city for Ihe weekend to attend to his in- surance business. EXTRA SUPER WEDDING GIFT IDEA! Rival Automatic WAFFLER and GRILL Teflon grids, Colon: aold. coated, reversible griljs, bakei. avocado, poppy. 45-95 ONLY Call Houscwarcs 327-5767 DOWNTOWN the range cows. Searching for milk, the young calves will be unable to touch the tender and sore mothers. Experts point out that most of the suffering nil! be by those animals commonly referred to as "while faces" which also have white udders. Tire situa- tion is expected to perisist as long as snow stays on the ground. The live-stockman with only a few head of cattle may be able to provide some form of tem- porary relief by corralling and salving the females, but the un- dertaking would present an al- most impossible problem for those with large herds. The other most perplexing problem is a stwrlage of rough- age feed. District agriculturists in many districts of tile south state that many cattlemen just had no roughage to spare. Even at or more per ton it is hard lo get, arid just as hard to get it out to livestock on the range. Wlu'le tho sudden spring snowstorm is taking a heavy toll in the calf crops on the Blood and Pcigan Indian re- serves, Ihe Indian herds are said lo have taken their heav- iest beating during the prolong- ed cold spell in February. There was little forage left on reserve's ranges and stockpiled supplies were almost non-exist- ant by that time. The leaders of the two bands are said to be looking for pro- vincial or federal assistance to help them over the current problem. Meanwhile, other cattlemen are holding watch today in hopes that snow depths will re- cede sufficiently within the next day or two to enable cattle to move about more freely on range. The high, open spots are blowing clear. Cattlemen with herds in low-lying areas were prepared today to move feed supplies to the herds. The weatherman is calling for little changes in conditions in the south during the next few days just above freezing during the day and to around the zero mark at night. The freezing nig lit time temperatures are preventing heavy and sud- den water runoff and flooding. HOLIDAY FLOWERS LTD. PHONE 328-9291 ORDER YOUR EASTER FLOWERS NOW Fresh cut ffowen if Corsagej and up Various selecHons of poflcd plants if Speciof mixed bouqucls Sec us ot 453 Mayor Magrath Dr. Holiday Village McCready-Baines Pharmacy A Friend the family can rely on! Prescription? Just Call 327-3555 We Deliver! When you're confined to beef, or jusl when you don't feel well enough to pick up a prescription call us, We deliverl "WE ARE OPEN MONDAYS" McCREADY-BAINES I_________ PHARMACY LTD. CHARGE? 614 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3555 ;