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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW. If it it not convenient to tea us during the day We open Thursday and Friday evenings until 9 p.m. to as- sist you with your travel requirements. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lellibridgc, Alberta, Saturday, May 13, 1972 PAGES 13 TO 28 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Summer it coming. Bfl ready wtlh 0 pair of Prescription Sunglauei. Chief mountain opening The Chief Mountain highway connecting Water-ton Lakes and Glacier National Park will open lo the public at 9 a.m. on Wednesday. 'Iliis announcem e n t waa made today by Dave Adie, su- perintendent of the Canadian section and W. J. Briggle, su- perintendent of tlie U.S. sec- tion. The customs office at t h e Chief Mountain border crossing will be open from 9 a.m. to p.m. daily until June J. After that date the daily schedule will be 7 a.m. to U p.m. PBOPQSEO IBRD USE Medicare gets support The Alberta Council on Aginf was requested Friday to sent telegrams of appreciation to the provincial and federal gov- ernments in response to recent changes in the medicare pro- gram and those announced by finance minister John Turner. The request was made at the closing session of the sixth an- nual meeting of the ACA held at the University Leth- bridge. It was also requested that the ACA board study the issue of possibly having two mem- bers of the Memorial Society appointed to the existing pro- vincial board, and subsequent- ly take action on behalf of the council. A new board of directors for the council was elected. New members are Mayor R. E. Barrett of Red Deer: Mrs. M. V. dementi of Medicine Hat; Ivor Davies, Ponoka; Dr. Gus de Cocq, Calgary; Rev. A. G. S. Edworthy, Edmonton; Charles T. Gale, Blairmore; Charles Golding. Devon; Don LeBaron, Lethbridge; Paul E. Olson, Lacombc; Lorraine Rea, Edmonton: Mrs. M. Thumbert, Ponoka; Jean Elli- ott, Ponoka; Elma Lang, Ed- monton; Dr. Isobel Stevenson, Calgary: and Dr. M. J. Tuttle of Calgary. The board will meet June 17 in Red Deer to elect the execu- tive officers. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th SI. S. Phone 328-4095 SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS INSTALLED Phone 328-2176 'KEYNOTES" Thys Teenager to mother: "You shouldn't be out in the hot sun mowing ihe lawn. Mom. Where's Tho thina. that makes going lo the dentist so tough is pre- paring for that long hard grind, Young fellow we know says the prettiest Hot Pants ore 10% cotton ond 90% girl. Moybe wo should examine our priorities. liavo rugs lhat don't show the dirt, and movies that do. M iin'f your position that makes you happy or unhappy. It's your disposition. You'll like our cheerful djs- position at MUSICLAND SUPPLIES LTD, 13tli Si. and 3rd Ave S Lothbridtje. Phono 327-1056 "See us with your youngster for a great guitar" to per front foot First west side lots go on sale in fall NEW WEST LETHBRIDGE PLAN A proposal for de- velopment on the west Bide will see housing tots sold in the area marked 72 on the map in September, if city council approves the scheme. The remainder of the 1.53- acre first phase will be staged over a three-year period. The dark area surrounding the lake is open park space with a commercial village centre immediately to the north- east of the lake. The dotted line east from the lake rep- resents a planned brook, lo run through more open space to the university. Single family houses will be construct- ed on the southeast part of the development, the light shade on the map. Apartment buildings are planned for the northeast section the small dark area. Lots east of the commercial centre have been set aside for duplex and fourplex development. Life after 60 should be planned for By MAIILENE COOKSIIAW Herald Staff Writer "There's at least 15 to 25 years of life remaining after people turn CO, and that num- ber of years is well worth planning says Dr. E. F. Donald, an Edmonton internist. Dr. Donald and Thelma Scambler of Edmonton, con- sultant in the social planning >ranch of the department of lealth and social development, were resource leaders at the workshop on pre retirement education, part of the Alberta 'ouncil on Aging Seminar held at the University of Lethbridge Thursday and Friday. The workshop dealt primari- y with physical preparation or retirement, which Dr. Don- ald said should begin no later han age 40. AIR CONDITIONING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd- For the best buy in Air Conditioning Phone 327-5816 MIKE HANZEL 317 7th STREET SOUTH MOW? "Any significant c h a n ge takes much longer than two or three years to he said. Dr. Donald said that old peo- ple must "at all costs" keep actively engaged in society. "They must not withdraw, whether for economic, medical or personal reasons." He spoke of methods of pre- venting medical disorders. The primary one, he said was to respond to all warning symp- toms. "Too many people consider pain a natural thing, some- thing to be lie said. "Don't ignore pain and try to be a hero." He cautioned those attending on the hazards of smoking, and improper furniture c a using back injuries. Dental care is important for proper nutrition and digestion, he said, and pro- per care of the feet and legs was especially urged. "The feet are just as largo a factor as the heart in incapa- Constant exercise needed to keep body in good shape citating the he said. The question of how people could be educated to use their leisure hours well when a shorter work week was brought in was raised. Mrs. Scambler responded with a suggestion that people must learn to find value and enjoyment in all extensions of their lives and not consider employment as the solo source. She encouraged the advance- ment of education for living in public education courses rather than specific training skills. Retiring employees "For every year of non-ac- tive living it takes a month of regular, carefully conceived exercise programming to bring someone back into said Dr. Jim Day, department head of the department of phy- sical education at the Universi- ty of Alberta. Dr. Day was speaking on recreation for senior citizens to 100 participants in the Alberta Council on Aging Seminar held Thursday and Friday at the University of Lethbridge. "The evidence is too strong to be ignored that the physi- cally active person is doing himself a he said. "Fit- ness is important to us all. "Most of us tend to think of physical fitness in terms of ex- tremes. Because you are un- able to do what you did ten years ago docs not mean that j 1 1 you are not or can not be fit." "The idea that advancing j age and a sedentary life style j About attended a are correlated does not need to I retirement party at Sven Enck- truc i! i sen s Family Restaurant lion By RICHARD BURKE Herald Staff Writer Residential lots will go on sale in West Lethbridge in Sep- tember if city council approves an administrative pro posal concerning development on the west side. The proposal is the main sub- ject for consideration at Mon- day's special meeting of coun- cil. A decision will likely be made at that time to make available for sale between 50 and 80 lots with a price range of to per front foot, serviced. The initial phase will cover 153 acres, likely with stricter zoning standards than exist on the east side of the Oldman River. City Manager Tom Nutting said in an interview there will be a heavy initial cost to the city, this year on top of the S3 million already invest- ed in West Lethbridge. By 1075, the revenues from the sale of land will exceed expenditures, he said. Included in the capital out- put this year is for ser- vicing and land development, for a storm sewer out- fall, a water line to the reservoir, for green strip development and administrative expenses. The latter expense will be for salaries for four new city em- ployees, to work directly with a "West Lethbridge project team. A project co ordinator and secretary, landscape architect and engineering draftsman wil! be hired. The project team consists of Mr. Nutting, Erwin Adderley, executive director of the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission, R a n dy Holfeld, city engineer, Bob Bartlett, director ol communi- ty services, Oliver Erdos, util- ity director, Wayne Quinn, as- sistant to tlie city manager and Simon Ho, associate planner for the ORRPC. Another expense planned for this year is for a brook- to be dug from the lake, west of phase one, under University Drive to a reservoir at the University of Lethbridge. The brook will be polyethylene- lined, winding through a green strip, with a gravel bed. Its source, a 27 acre lake, will be developed beginning in 1973 with an initial expenditure of and each year for the following two years. The lake size has been re- rluced from the originally- planned 37 acres. Mr. Nulling said more fill will be taken from the lake than would have been under the 'initial scheme, and "the fill will not just be dumped." It will be used in lot and park development to vary the contour of the land, he said. The administration also pro- posed 5150.000 be allocated (his year for design of a bridge to the west side. A June meeting with Premier Lougheed or the provincial cabinet to set up a time table for design and con- struction of the bridge has been recommended. The possibility of erecting a temporary Bailey floating bridge is being studied. Mr. Nutting said if council approves the proposal, "the laxpayers will not pay one more cent for development" across the river. Financing, ex- cept for water trunk improve- ments, which will come from users' fees, and bridge con- I struction, will come from land sales. The administration looks to the continued growth of the Several other speakers were present to discuss camping, arts and crafts, and travel as enjoyable activities for senior citizens. honor- ing three long time employees of the Lethbridge Research Sta- tion. Cathy Webster, office mana- ger and Neils Kloppenborg, I head of photography, retired Lowell Hodgson of Red Deer j after 38 years service. Art said that the joys of camping j Woolliscroft, senior technician were not exclusive lo any age, j for the animal science section, and two senior citizens who retired with 35 years service. had participated in a 1971 out- Mrs. Webster and Mr. Klop- ing with the Golden Mile Drop- i penborg will remain in the city, in Centre were obviously in' Mr. Woolliscroft is retiring to t Vancouver Island. AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES Anglo o Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5th Street South Phone 328-6922 NOW OPEN Government licensed Technician Repairs to Radios, Televisions and Topo Recorders, SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO "Travel for senior citizens can be interesting, exciting and said J .M. Dodds of Edmonton. "Time is on your side, he added. "You have hours and days to spend on its enjoyment." "Comp a n i o nship adds a great deal to he said. I "Even just around town on j the cily buses is an inexpensive and interesting outing." PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6th St. S. and I514A 9th Ave.S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 -2 hour service -Expert tailoring -Hnt blocking -Suede and leather processing -Perfect pleat drapery processing city as Justification for Imme- diate development in West Lethbridge. City staff and the Aibcrla Housing Corporation arc in the process of conduct- ing a market survey to con- firm that growth. Growth of the city could go in three directions, Mr. Nut- ting said: to the south, to the north and to the west. He said a report is being prepared to indicate it is more economical to move to the west. The expressed intentions to create a high quality village- neighborhood development are qualified by Mr. N u 11 ing. "High quality does not mean high price.'1 The average lot price will be per front foot for sen-iced land. Show homes will be put up by spring, 1973 for display and idea purposes for all types o! builders. The emphasis will ba on varying building elevations and designs. The council meeting will be- gin at in council cham- bers. Council must approve all points of the proposal before it becomes policy. UofL convocates James Foster, minister of advanced ed u c a t i on, was among the dignitaries attend- ing the fifth annual convocation of the University of Lethbridge today. Lethbridge Mayor Andy An- derson, Louis Desrocher, chan- cellor of the University of Al- berta, William Friley, chancel- lor of the University of Cal- gary, Timothy Byrne, presi- dent of Athabasca University, Dr. James Oshiro, chancellor of the University of Lethbridge, Reid Ellison of the U of L Senate, Neil Holmes, chairman the U of L Board of governors and Carl W. Clement, justice of the Supreme Court of Al- berta completed the list ol plat- form guests. Dr. Oshiro was officially In- stalled as the second chan- cellor of the U of L during the ceremonies. He was named to the post this spring, succeeding Chief Judge L. S. Turcotte. The University c o nferred 604A 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3276 honorary degrees on two well- known Dr. Chester Ronning, the former Canadian diplomat and Dr. William H. Swift, a long time educator in the province. A total of 382 students re- ceived bachelor's degrees from 11) e faculty of arts and science and faculty of educa- tion during the ceremonies. Numerous awards and scholarships were also present- ed. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDS. PHONE 327-2822 ZEBCO 77 CLOSED FACE ROD AND REEL SET Complete with line SALE o 77 PRICE O.I I TELESCOPING SPIN ROD In travel case SALE ft QQ PRICE 3.U3 CAVAS FISHING CREEL SALE PRICE 2.99 Call Sporting 327-5767 DOWNTOWN STARTING AT Charlfon Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phono 328-3388 2 IS wo 25 ca CO X O 2 O LETHBRIDGE KAWASAK! Hnrdicvillo Road 13th Street North Phono 327-6117 NOTHING COULD. ff PLEASE MOM WORE... 1. Deep Fried Jumbo Shrimp3. Sweet and Sour 7. Hawaiian Pineapple Spareribs Chicken A. Chicken Chow Mein 5. Pork Fried Rice- Seeds, Steamed Rice and Fortune Cookies Choice of any 4 dishes serving for 2 4.25 AM 5 dishes serving for 3 5.50 All 5 dishoi serving for 4 7.50 ALSO MANY CANADIAN DISHES OPEN SUNDAY 11 A.M. TO 9 P.M. lotus .lust call and your Mothrr's Dny Dinner will be delivered piping hot to your home. TERRY BLAND PHOTOGRAPHY LTD. "YOUR PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER" 1224-3rd AVE. Si PHONE 327-2673 ;