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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE May Macleod council blasts planning commission for CPR decision By D'ARCY RICKARD Herald District Editor FORT MACLEOD Town council Wednesday night approved a development control bylaw by a one-vote margin but Mayor Charlie Edgar and Coun. Phil Hodnett took this as an opportunity to give the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission a verbal lashing. Councillors Ron Tilbe and Grant Day opposed immediate passing of the bylaw. The commission wasn't scored for the control bylaw it prepared for the town. But tempers flared and associate planner William Helton was castigated over the commission executive's recent approval of the CPR request to transfer properties here to Marathon a CPR subsidiary. The commission earlier said these lands must revert to the Crown but later legal opinion said the commission must have something more than philosophy behind its rejection of the CPR land transfer requests. As it stands some lands have been transferred and at Claresholm for have been turned down on the basis the transfers would not be in the best interests of sound planning. The Fort Macleod deal has been approved with certain conditions. The railway must give up some land for a street. Another set by the is that the lands remain as use.'' Mr. Helton told town council the CPR has informed the commission verbally that it intends to appeal these conditions on the land transfer deal. Mayor Edgar's wrath flared over the commission's approval of the land transfer. Wednesday night Mayor Edgar told Mr. Helton he asked the commission to table the CPR-Marathon deal to what Marathon has in they have to do is develop a complex up there and it kills this said Mayor Edgar. Mr. Helton said the commission executive had acted after town secretary Roy White sent a letter to the commission indicating how much the property was worth and how much public reserve was required cash in lieu of public think you are trying to weasel out of said Coun. Hodnett. you fellows should have seen then you pull out this letter and I think you are trying to weasel out because of this little letter. I say when our mayor goes down there and says 'table that' I think the region should table Secretary-Treasurer Roy White felt it should not be passed at the executive meeting but he has no more jur- isdiction over the executive than I have over this Mayor Edgar wasn't finished. He said the 12-man executive passed a transaction that affects Fort Macleod and Fort Macleod wasn't represented. think the regional planning board is just taking too much authoVity on said Mayor Edgar. Council approved a motion to write the commission executive a letter officially opposing its decision on the CPR subdivision. The letter will be addressed to the chairman and all elected officials 'sitting on the executive. The planner told The Herald after the council meeting the Fort Macleod council was notified in late November on the the railroad's application to transfer the one- year leaseholds over to Marathon Realty. The commission's executive functions as the subdivisions committee. Mayor Edgar is a member of the full commission but not the executive. The commission tabled the application several times and then the executive approved said Mr. Helton. bylaws considered A number of money bylaws involving city borrowing for several projects were before council this week Given first reading were bylaws authorizing borrowing of for the city's share of the Gilbert -Paterson community school and for landscaping the Stan Siwik Pool area in North Lethbndge. Given second and third readings were four bylaws1 for lane for sidewalk renewals. for street upgrading and for highway construction. A bylaw authorizing civic grants previously approved by council was given all three readings. It authorized grants of to the Travel and Convention Association of Southern to the Victorian Order of to the Canadian Mental Health to the Lethbndge Collegiate Institute to the Lethbndge Symphony to the St. John Ambulance Society and to the Horticultural Society. It also excused in taxes from the YWCA. El Rancho project refused An expansion ol the El Rancho Motor Hotel was turned down Wednesday by the Municipal Planning because insufficient parking space was provided. The ruling came on a request to add 44 motel units and a two-level parking structure to the motor hotel at 526 Mayor Magrath Drive. The application had been PLEASE Check back to the last edition of the Herald's CHINOOK For GREAT VALUES on Fishing and Outdoor Living Call Sporting Goods 327-5767 DOWNTOWN changed from an earlier submission seeking an addition to the motor hotel's tavern as well as additional motel units. In other the planning commissio.n approved an application by Eugene Welterlich Construction to build a warehouse at 3103 6th Ave. an application by Hook Signs Lethbridge Ltd. to erect a billboard at 1321 3 Ave. S. and an application by Master Dry Cleaning Equipment Ltd. to establish a dry cleaning business at 724 23rd St. N. New frozen food firm to build this summer RICK ERVIN photo Sidewalk distraction Sidewalk lunches on a spring day can be one of life's more pleasant ex- as Kay 1005 17th St. found Wednesday. The only trouble is there are so many a fellow can barely finish his lunch. A million frozen food manufacturing industry for Lethbridge was officially launched Wednesday when Com-Pac Foods Ltd. bought 10 acres of land in the city's industrial park. The owned by Associated Projects Ltd. of will make frozen dinners from agricultural products grown in Southern Alberta. The finished food products will be marketed throughout British Alberta and Saskatchewan and possibly Japan. Final plans for the location of the plant in Lethbridge hinged on approval of an acceptable grant from the federal department of regional economic expansion Donald Bowman of president of Associated said word has been received of a DREE grant of under a quarter of a million The firm also received from the Alberta Opportunities leaving an expenditure from company funds of about At a press conference break-in brings jail term STUDIO ON FIFTH J ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING SINCE 1958 a 5 AVE S A 19-year-old Lethbridge man charged with auto theft and three counts of breaking and entering was sentenced in provincial court Wednesday to 4Vz months in jail and a one- year suspended sentence. Douglas Harold 912 7th Ave. admitted in court May 16 to taking during a break-in April 30 at C and J Equipment 1410 2nd Ave. S and taking about during a break-in the same night at Liberty 1402 2nd Ave S. Sturm also said he broke into Alpine Drywall and 1910 2nd Ave. but didn't take anything. HEINO DEEKEN Manager UNIROYAL ZETA Mileage Guaranteed Tires ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg 222 5th St S Phone 328-4095 ZETA iM RADIAL Ironclad Guarantee BERGMAN'S Floor Coverings SALES AND INSTALLATIONS By DON BEhtiMAN Open Thursday Evening till 9 p.m. PHONE 328-0372 2716 12th Ave. S. Court was told that after the Sturm took a car from the lot of College Mercury and drove it to where it was abandoned. Provincial Judge A. H. Elford told Sturm he was recommending he be sent to Belmont Rehabilitation Centre in Edmonton At the time of the Sturm was still on probation after receiving a two-year suspended sentence in for two break-ins in the city. An 18-year-old Hardieville who pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of a dangerous weapon and not guilty to unlawfully being in a dwelling house and two charges of wilful damage was remanded to next Wednesday for trial and sentencing. Anthony Charles Webber was charged following an incident Sunday at the residence of Leonard 101 Rideau Court. William Thomas of Hardieville was also charged with unlawfully being in a dwelling house and wilful damage in connection with the incident. He pleaded guilty to unlawfully being in a dwelling house and not guilty to wilful damage and was remanded to May 29 for trial and sentencing. Daniel Richard and Kim both of Hardieville pleaded not guilty to charges of unlawfully being in a dwelling house and wilful damage in connection with the same incident. They were remanded to May 29 for trial. An 18-year-old Calgary man was fined and placed on six months probation following an incident Tuesday night at the Holiday 421 Mayor Magrath Drive. He pleaded guilty to a charge of theft. Kirk Alexander Mearns was charged after he grabbed in cash from the tavern at the Holiday Inn and fled. He was apprehended by tavern employees. A 17-year-old Lethbridge man pleaded not guilty in provincial court Wednesday to charges of taking a car without the owner's consent and unlawfully driving a motor vehicle with a learner's permit. Wade 1155 Lakeland was remanded to June 24 for trial. He was charged April 11. Two 18-year-old Lethbridge youths pleaded guilty to charges of theft of wood from Henderson Lake park and were fined Kenneth Joseph 324 llth St. and Robert Michael 734 18th A St. were charged after police caught them removing 59 pieces of wood from the park. Steve Douglas 912 8th St. pleaded not guilty to a charge of theft in connection with the same incident and was remanded to June 20 for trial. A 28-year-old Lethbndge man was fined given a nine-month suspended sentence and had his dirivng licence suspended for 18 months after he pleaded guilty to a charge of driving while suspended. Kenneth Gurski was charged following an accident March 23. Mr. Gurski was convicted Jan. 10 of three charges of driving while suspended and one charge of driving with a blood alcohol level above .08 per cent. Duncan Flin Hagen of Lethbndge was fined and had his driver's licence suspended for an additional six months after he pleaded guilty to driving while his licence was suspended MIKE Extra wear For Every Pur 371 -7th Street South MILES MORE HAZARD PROTECTION' MORE CAR CONTROL' MORE AND YOU ACTUALLY SAVE MONEY ON GAS. And to be extra sure of safety let our Service Department give you a Safety Check BRAKES SHOCKS BALANCE ALIGNMENT AM work is performed by experts to assure complete safety end satisfaction. CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE OR USE YOUR CHARCEX KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. LETHBRIDGE TABER CALGARY 16213rd AVI. S. 6201 50th An. 1210 45th An. N.E. Phoni 327-5985 Phoni 223-3441 276-5344 Celebrate Your Special Occasions at and 1 This FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENING 8 to 12 p.m. No Cover Charge Sunday FAMILY DAY SUNDAY BRUNCH 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. FAMILY DINING 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. CHILDREN'S IN THE OLD TRADITION OF WESTERN HOSPITALITY family iestauiant PHON- 328-7756 FOR Certified Dental Mechanic CLIFF BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower Level PHONE JZ7-IM3 ANGLO Sells... CAR TAPES it lowir prlcai 419-5th Strut DODGE CANADA FlELIANCEl ELECTRIC LIMITED I Serving Canadian Industry TAPER-LOCK Roller Chain Drive No reborlng no walling. Put POWER to work BETTER with DODGE. Available now at... OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 236 36 St. North Phone 327-1571 Richard Flambert of San a partner in Flambert and Cochran consultants and designers for food service said the Lethbridge plant will be the first of its'type in Canada. Mr. whose firm will be responsible for production and marketing for the plant's said the initial plant will have a capacity to produce about four million pounds of finished food annually enough to feed people twice a day for one year. And with 10 acres of there is room to expand the plant to four times this he said. Mr. Flambert said about 40 people will be employed. They will be trained in the plant. He said the plant will be close to the food that will be used in the dinners. The plant is designed to use produce from the meat farmer co- operatives and wholesalers in Southern Alberta. Produce will no longer have to be shipped to Montreal where it has had to be converted into useable portions and then sent back to Western Canada at four times the he said. Construction of the plant is expected to start this summer and commercial production is expected to begin early in 1975. hotels and restaurants are to be the mam market areas. Bill chairman of the board of directors of Associated said pipeline projects similar to those in Northern Alberta will also be tapped as possible market areas Mr. Flambert said the plant initially won't have that much impact on the agricultural community in Southern Alberta But when the plant expands to four times its initial it will add to the agricultural economy. Agricultural products to be used in the plant that are grown in Southern Alberta include green Chinese beans and bean sprouts. lamb and pork are local meat products that will be used. The three products which aren't available to the company from Southern Alberta are soybeans and rice. The process used to freeze the food makes this plant unique in said Mr. Flambert It is the first plant to utilize liquid nitrogen to freeze the processed food quickly. This facilitates retention of the food flavor and he said The plant will be selling the frozen food in large aiming its products at users of large quantities of said Mr Tufts. It is designed for mass feeding. The firm will also carry diet Irozen food packaged individually FOX DENTURE CLINIC ESI 1922 PHONE 327-6565 E. S. P. C.D.M. FOX LETHBRIDGE DENTAL LAB 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. EXOTIC MOON CACTUS ONLY Just Special varieties of AFRICAN VIOLETS FRAME'S Flower Shop 322 6th Street S. Phone 327-2666 COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 201 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 TONIGHT THE Auction Block 2508 2nd Ave. North Lethbridge Presents a Furniture Warehouse Liquidation p.m. on auction will be such items as bunk chesterfield living room and complete bedroom for further information call 327-1222. License 077855 John Lie. No. 067449 ;