Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
28 THE LtTHBRIDGE HERALD W Hopes still for centre grants TADKR ULNS) Hope for ssisuuicc in payment for Taker's for population rccniircnienls, hul, aniiu II in rrnnmiUcc ;ip- parcnlly fiinnol (nRrcp on basics for Ihis iniprovtMiirnl. Post.-inetMinj; press hricfinRs am cnnfiisin" si ill in (he rralm tion.nl 1.000 water daily lo nrninul SI linn for I ho Movies plans. IM.A.NKS rsr.i) UASHINTOX l.v r.ic-I is u.'-iiu; (jnm.'dincfl Drone ihe United In plHilit- i and mis.silc nf I ho Suiv. irmcd 'J'hr in lu'-i I ill I lie id pov-crcd air- craft v.iiliin llii: la.-.I year. esday, May 24, 1972 Zeller Class K, bolli provincially :ind dominjun Hide. Last year (he place in A Iberia anil ;ird in SPECIAL! LADIES' DUPONT MYLON gcnrs -Chrome fondors Green onfy Reg. 54.96 l! -Sii-cs 5-M-l. -Reg. 2.96 SPECIAL! LADIES' MYLON TOP Yellow, Blue, Nnvy, r 'j i p I Red, -Sizes S-M-L. SPECIAL! 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PORTREL AND POLYESTER SPECIAL! yor Mrjqrnlh Open Doily 9 ci.in. to 6 p.m.; Thursday CMH! Pncioy 9 n.m lo 9 n.m 51.4 million recreation complex from ihe provincial givurnmcnl is mil L'omnlL'K'ly dc'.'ifl. Minwti'r of I'uilure Vouili flnd UecrenLion HursL A. SchnwlL told Hie ttnvn council by lellcr thai grants have been paid to TalKT in every possible avenue j under t'xi.sLinfi legislation. However, Mr. Schmidt said further assistance might be pos- sible aflcr April 1 next year uhen existing reguhiliuns arc The minisicr'> letter In j'esponse lo a request Tor a grant-in-aid made earlier by a recreation department delcpa- liin lieaderl by councillor K. Bniep .Milliken. The delegation sought a SIO per capita grant announcefl by ilie former gov- ernment just prior to Ihe pro- vincial general election. The only grant received "un- der exiting legislation" waa less than paid as a fivu- year capilnl expcditiire alloca- lion, and in other assistance has been received from either provincial or federal govern- ment funds. The council In receipt of a donation of SiOO from Tabcr's Minir Hockey Associalion for use in extending (fie interior painting program lo the ico arena, and study the possi- bility of painting the entire soutli v.'all of the arena. A S50 grant was approved assist the volunteer fire depart- ment in expenses lo incur- red in an occasion for presen- tation of the annual award from the Alberta Fire Commission- er's Office. The Certificate presented a the meeting was from the Na- tional Fire Prevention Associa- Parkin o lots bylaw iiears CRANBROOK (Special) Subject only lo approval of the unspector of municipalities, a bylaw will be put to ratepayers within the business area for providing four spaced paved parking lots to be oper- ated by a commission. Boundaries for voting are roughly between Van Home St. and Hth Ave. from North 2nd to South 1st with a further south projection on both sides of arterial 7th Ave. lo South 2nd St. Approval is sought for a June 14 voting day by ratepayers within that area, with the amount lo be borrowed by the city and amortized by revenue from commission operations and a levy on property- owners witliin the boundary, Purpose is to relax present stringent requirements of off- street parking space for r.yv commercial buildings, allowing better concentration of com- mercial area land use. Cranbrook borrowing power Dec. .11 was but so far has been reduced by 403 in 1072. Meanwhile hasty committee work is under way toward a proposed bylaw for vole by all city ratepayers lo put Cranbrook Memorial Arena, condemned for any use as vio- lating building code standards into acceptable and improved condition by next October. This would also require a June ballot lo allow (or October use. and additional oulside architectural advice is being sought on amount necessary, though the quarter million seems likely. The Projects Sociely pro- posed S2.5 million recreation complex for Balmcnt Park i would undoubtedly have lo be postponed under these condi- tions, but the arena repairs and renovations allow lor continued ice .sports parlicipa- lion in Many ralepavtrs are concerned an adequate. hrlfilllly wllllu assured and safe water supply orange. Printed I'allern N I', W Misses' HI. L', II. Ifi. K. Size (busl :u> ilre yards fifl-inc SF.VKNTY-Fn F, FNTS (7.ic I please) of ground waicr. -loseph-Oo I" Creek and Moyic pipeline- tunnel, estimates for which vary from H, cents per addi- JrvI r n lional 1.000 gallons ground Send order l Mi.Mltl' oenu uniei m ANNI''. ADAMS, j ANXfC ADA.MS, Front SI. W.. Tnn.nlo Prinl plainly P.VITHltN Voril NAMK AM) AD- DHKSS. and lln- name of Ilie, Ix'llihridge Herald. 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