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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jerr ry A. E. CROSS We invile you to invite us to your weddingl PHONE 327-2673 The Lcthlnrldgc Herald SECOND SECTION Letlibridgc, Alberta, Thursday, May 21, 1970 PAGES 9 TO 20 RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE BANQUET FACILITIES FOR 75 PEOPLE Ap MFC Tables artment Application The Municipal Planning Com- mission Wednesday tabled until June 3 an application by B and H Homes Ltd. for permission to construct four apartment build- ings at 1411-1421 Ash Grove Road and 3509 3521 Sylvan Road. The apartments, which are to have a total of 128 units, would be in an area southeast of Lakeview School. A main con- cern of the commission was the provision of public park area for residents in the area. Because of difficulties in pro- viding parks for public use, the application was tabled until consultations could be held with Ei-win Adderley, city planning director. Approved by the commission was an application from Catel- li Five Roses Ltd. to raise the root of their plant by five feet and build two additions. Appro- val was given on the condition that a garage on the property be removed before June 30, 1971. Other building projects ap- proved were: a new plumbing shop to be built by Neudorf Plumbing at 1910 2nd Ave. S., a bank building to be construct- ed by D. Rittenhouse at 230 13th St. N., and a tire vulcan- izing warehouse to be built by A. Bickman at 202-206 22nd St. N. An application by Mrs. A. FHckenger to establish a kin- dergarten in her residence at 1237 Ave. N. was refused because there was not adequate floor area to accommodate a class of the 'Size proposed. Citizen? s Conference Planned A citizen's conference, one of four planned for the province, may be held in Lethbridge this fall. Sponsored by the Human Re- sources Development Authority, the conference would examine the social programs in the province as they relate to meet- ing the needs- of the com- munity. Coalition of agencies and the role of the Volunteer would also be on the agenda. The city's preventive social service advisory commitec is working out details with the provincial agency. By STAN FllUET Hi-raid Staff Writer The Alberta government is experimenting this year on just how lotteries and sweepstakes should be run in the province. Provincial Attorney Gener- al Edgar Gerhart, speaking to ths Western Canadian police chiefs Wednesday at their 15th annual conference in Leth- bridge, said the government is now playing it by ear. Mr. Gerhart, admitting he has purchased Irish sweepstake Nobody likesafat arpfane. CANT GET THROUGH THE HANGAR cartoonists are out in full force at the Kenyan Field air terminal these days, protesting to the last drop of. well, ink anyhow the anticipated possible takeover of Air Canada s Lethbndge-Ca gar'y run by Pacific Western Airlines, which most city businessmen fear would mark the end of Time Airways Ltd. "Nobody libs n fat airplane" seems to be the rallying cry against the PWA Boeing 737's, and "Help Stamp Out PWA" is definitely the war chant-but at least on the surface, the signs are still in fun-and none can be seen on the Air Canada side of the terminal facilities (except perhaps behind the Lethbridge Growth Assured Says Calgary's Mayor Sykes By RTC SWIHART Herald Staff Writer Many events in the last few years have put the city of Leth- ill