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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jerry A. E. CROSS raphtf We Invite you lo invite us to your weddingl PHONE 327-2673 The Lethbndge Herald SECOND SECTION lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, May 28, 1970 PAGES 13 TO 24 RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE BANQUET FACILITIES FOR 75 PEOPLE Condominium Plan Tabled By MFC The Municipal Planning Com- mission Wednesday tabled an application from Mount Royal Estate Ltd. to build a condo- minium housing development at 3210 20 Ave. S. Included in the tabling mo- tion was a proviso that the developer make application to have the three acre parcel of land rezoncd. The area is now zoned for single family units. The developer was also asked to make changes in the plans to allow more space for the provision of city services and to comply with density stand- ards. Total cost of the develop- ment will be Plans call for an initial stage of 16 unils to be built at a cost of with more stages be- ing developed if the project is commercially successful. Gordon Schwartz of Schwart Agencies, the firm acting managers and agents for Moun Royal Estate Ltd., said th third stage might be developec on a rental basis if the con- dominium concept did not a; peal to Lelbbridge residents In a condraniniun develop ment, multd-famrly units are owned by individuals and th development as a whole is man aged by a corporation made u of all the owners. Housing Brief Sent To Ottawa Lethbridge has sent a brief to Robert Andras, federal min- ister responsible for housing, presenting the city's case for inclusion in a federal govern- ment plan to assist low cost housing. The submission, completed Wednesday by alderman C. W. Chichester and mayor Andy Anderson, was sent today by air express. Contained in the brief are plans for low cost ownership housing prepared by local de- velopers. These are designed lor low income families who can purchase two to four bed- room homes at qualifying sal- aries of from to Suffield Camp-In Starts On Friday The City of Medicine Hat has offered two city parks for use this weekend by demonstrators opposing research on biological and chemical warfare sub- stances at S'uffieM Experimen- tal Station. Friday evening musical en- tertainment will be held in the city's Riverside Park. The pro- gram will also include films on the Vietnam war, pollution and CBW. Lion's Park Saturday mor- ning will be the scene of a gen- eral meeting at and three workshops at 10. The workshops will feature discussions on chemical and biological warfare in southeast Asia, priorities of anti-pollu- tion groups and the anti-war movement. Entitled the Festival of Life, the demonstration will be head- quartered at Vienerville, the ranch of Medicine Hat Mayor Harry Viener. The ranch will be used as camping headquarters for the 700 persons expected from Sas- katoon, Re gin a, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver and south ern Alberta. A busload ot Doukhobor from Cowley is also expectec to attend. The demonstration will tak place about 2 p.m. at the gate of Suffield station, about 20 miles northwest of Medicm Hat. One speaker tentative! scheduled at the demonstrate is former CBC newsman Stan ley Burke. Posters and guides will be posted along the highways lead visitors to Vienerville ol Highway 41, the city parks an Suffield. Persons staying overnight on the ranch will be expected t bring their own camping equip- ment and food. The demonstration is by the Voice of Women and va rious anti-pollution and peace groups. The main effort o demonstrators will be directs to having Suffield converted by the federal government to a re- search .centre on pollution any the company in the promo on of the now defunct Casin cigarettes. LETHBRIDGE REFRIGERATION LTD. REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE PHONE 328-4333 EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZEL 317.7th STREET SOUTH Burger Special! Friday and Saturday Only QUEEN EVERYTHING (LOADED CHEESEBURGER) Plus FRENCH FRIES Regular SPECIAL 59 C HANNIGAN'S BURGER KING "Home of Heavenly Fried Chicken" The Chicken with Old Fashioned Goodness 1415 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-4038 In Edmonton, the company was committed to stand tria Tuesday on two charges of de- Meeting On Centre Hinted A meeting may be held some- time next week between Leth- bridge Mayor Andy Anderson and Ray Speaker, Alberta min- ister of social development, to discuss the status of the city's day care centre. A three-way agreement has been signed by the city, the province and tte board of di- rectors of the centre in which the province assumes respon- sibility for 80 per cent of the costs, with the city paying the rest. The province has informed the city that funds will be withheld until the status of the centre has been clarified. Council decided May 19 to stand by its original decision to >roceed with the project, in 'lew of the fact that the con- ract had been signed. CLIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. {LACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLOC. Open Evtningt by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 ceptive and misleading adver- tising and two charges of un- true advertising. No date was set. The company appeared for a preliminary hearing before Magistrate H. J. Wilson in Ed- monton on the charges under the combines act. John Fong of Taber has more than worth of win- ning tickets which he has been unable to collect the money for. Mr. Fong is also suing the tobacco company. The tickets in the Casino cig- arettes said the contest would close in July, 1970, but with the sudden rash of winners the company closed the contest Dec. leaving no chance for people with winning tickets to collect their money. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 5th St. S. Ph. 328-7684 Above Capitol Furnifurt EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. Accident Claims Fifth Person The highway accident five miles southwest of Medicine Hat Tuesday has claimed an- other life. Brenda Needrum, 6, of the Medicine Hat district died Wed- nesday afternoon in Medicine Hat General Hospital from in- juries suffered in the accident. A van type vehicle and the Needrum truck collided at a rural intersection, killing four persons, including three mem- bers of the Needrum family. lHothee TAKE HOME FISH CHIPS 2716 12lh Avenue South Phong 328-8392 Magistrate Warns On Shoplifting Magistrate Lloyd Hudson, not- ing .the increasing number ot persons appearing in court on charges Of shoplifting, said if it continues he is going to im- pose a fine of or a jail term. Three youths who pleaded guilty of shoplifting when they appeared in magistrate's court Wednesday asked for time to pay their fines. Magistrate Hud- scu refused and the youths were taken into custody. Truck Hits Bridge City police report about damage resulted when a trans- port truck carrying a load of Jew vehicles hit the 9th St. iridge Wednesday while trying :o go under it. The transport was travelling east of 1st Ave. S. The driver of the truck was Leonard Flexhaug of Leth- jridge. NEW SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED! ORTHO WHIRLYBIRD SPREADERS The modern, easy, conveni- ent, economical way to apply fertilizer and grass seed. Fast and easy to use, accurate, rust proof and corrosion proof, light and compact, washes clean, guaranteed 4 years. ,95 5 ONLY CAU HARDWARE 327-5767 DOWNTOWN BATTERIES BRAND NEW BATTERIES REBUILT BATTERIES 79g gQQ 8.00 LETHBRIDGE BATTERY CO. 217 12 "B" SI. South Phona 327-5587 LAST CALL! ONLY A FEW LEFT UNIROYAL MASTERS Size 7.75x15 Regular 70.20 While They Last COME AND SEE US FOR A GOOD SELECTION OF NEW AND USED OFFICE MODELS STANDARD AND ELECTRIC TYPEWRITERS OUR 149.50 APOLLO ELECTRIC PORTABLE CHINOOK OFFICE MACHINES Royal Typewriter and Odhner Adding Machine Sales and Service 620 13th St. N. Phone 328-6668 Size 8.25x15 Regular 74.10 Out They Go 1.95 NEW YORK FURS' 404A 3rd Av.. t. Phent 327-3276 Chinook Arabian Horse Club 3rd ANNUAL HORSE SHOW Saturday and Sunday May 30 and 31 LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION GROUNDS Halter Classes Start Each Day at 8 a.m. Followed by Performance Classes Throughout the Day NO ADMISSION CHARGE HIFRISHMINTS AVAILABLE WITH TRADE If it only saves your life once, it's a bargain. Full 4 ply nylon con- struction, steel reinforc- ed tread, steel protect! nylon cord against im- pacts and penetration, Seal-Right Liner to imother punctures, dual traction bars wipes slip- pery surfaces dry and (taps skids. Convenient Terms Available! SEE THE TIRE EXPERTS Your UNIROYAL Dealer KIRK'S Si UNIROYAL TIRE SALES LTD. LETHBRIDGE-1621 3rd Ave. S. Phona 327-5985 or 327-4705 TABER, Alta.-4201 50th Phone 223-3441 FERNIE, 423-7746 "THE BEST DEAL FOR EVERY WHEEL" ;