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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE November Airport plan needs study on land use By KEN ROBERTS Herald Staff Writer Before the proposed expan- sion of Kenyon Field airport a team of scientists should make a land-use says an expert in airport ecology and regional planning. Dr. Pierre Dansereau who heads a team of 35 scientists working on the new Montreal super says this type of study would result in max- imum use of the land involved. Dr. a professor of ecology at the University of Quebec in inter- viewed after a public lecture the University of said a three or1 four month study of the airport would suffice. Winter schedule for buses The city transit system goes on its winter schedule Monday with buses on all routes running one hour later Monday through Friday. The last bus will leave downtown at 10 p.m. on routes 1. 3 and 4 and p.m. on routes 2 and 5. The transit system also reports its route 3 bus will make alternate trips on route 2 at and p.m. Monday. Wednesday and Satur- day and and p.m. Thursday and Friday. Its Route 4 bus will make the alternate trip on route 5 at p.m. Monday through Satur- day. Super Decorated Tumblers Bird and Flower Designs Packages of 6 Excellent for Gift Giving Rfgulir 3.75 Suptr Sptciil 1.98 Call china 327-5767 DOWNTOWN It's proposed the present terminal be expanded to 10 times its size and the runways be doubled in length. At the Dr. Dansereau showed slides of how the Montreal dairy beautiful land- scaping and recreation areas existed together. The airport located near the village of Ste. Scholastique covers 17.000 acres and has a 95.000 acre buffer zone sur- rounding it. The airport was begun in 1969 and will be completed in early 1975. The team of who act as consist of plant and bird ex- mineral psy- chologists and many others. The main function they have says Dr. Dansereau. is to prevent damage to the land in the area and retain its asthetic value. The bird experts moved the birds breeding their feeding areas and their perches in order to disrupt the birds flyways so they wouldn't be crossing the runways. Farmers leasing land in the airport area have to mow their hay at a particular time of year in order to keep the number of insects down. If there is a high concentra- tion of birds might change their feeding habits and cross the runway to get at them. Psychologists are employed to determine the effect of the expropriation of land on farmers. Many farms are in the buffer zone and have been ex- propriated. about three-quarters of the farmers have leased the land and con- tinued farming. About one-quarter of the farmers have moved away because they did not want to work land that belonged to someone else. Dr. Dansereau's team has to make up. their final report and their work at the airport will be finished. ftfllfMbMtilMMkmic CLIFF BLACK. BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDfi. LlWUHl PHONE 327-ZKZ PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIO0 DRY CLEANING 3118thSI. S.ind 1514A 9th Avt. 9. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 nour service tailoring blocking and leather processing pleat drapery processing 8-TRACK TAPES Musidand Supplies Limited Presents... 'WARNER BROTHERS STEREO TAPES' FULL HOUSE J. Geils Band BLOODSHOT J. Gells Band YESSONQS Part 1 2 Yes TIME FADES AWAY Nell Armstrong Deliverance DOUGLAS JAMES KER- SHAW Doug Kershaw Head Reg. 99' SUPPLIES- UMITED Comer 3rd Ave. and 13th Si t. Phono 327-10M Tree relocation Like pulling a a tree-moving truck plucks a spruce from a yard on 5th Avenue S. In an old house meets a less noble end as it is burned to make way for redevelopment of the area. Lethbridge UIC off ice undergoes facelifting Week of activities planned Elks Club reopens Monday The Unemployment In- surance object of criticism and often under has undergone a facelift in Lethbridge. The change means an increase in staff from five to 29 persons and the establish- ment of small working groups service units as the basic unit of operation of the UIC of- fice. The facelift is reflected in 94 offices nationally which are being and in the opening of 34 new UIC-off ices this at a cost of million. The announced by Manpower and Immigration Minister Robert Andras in are intended to offer more sensitive and immediate service to claimants and to inform peo- ple early of their rights and obligations under the un- employment insurance program. And the expenditure comes with allegations the benefit control program was little more than a witch-hunt by computers and impersonal interviews. Under the new system one insurance officer is responsi- ble for the whole of a claimants' contact with the SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS INSTALLED 326-2176 UIC from his application for benefits to its approval or re- said Mr. Andras. In the applicants would file an application with the local UIC and a complete file on their applica- tion was forwarded to the Calgary although a more limited copy of their application was on the Lethbridge office micro- viewer. Applicants questioning dis- qualification would make a phone call to Calgary where their complete file was held if the Lethbridge office could not answer their questions. Under the new more of the applicants ques- tions will be answered whether or not they qualify for insurance although the information is still fed into a computer and forwarded to Calgary. Insurance officers meet with applicants and examine the unemployed's eligibility for consider the amount paid into the fund by the claimant and consider whether they should be dis- qualified for insurance benefits. The claimant can be dis- qualified if he has not shown effort to find employment. Under the new system1 the claimant is more aware of the status of his claim because of direct contact with the in- surance officer. A claimant who questions his disqualification from un- employment benefits can meet personally with a UIC HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. 328-1778 FORYOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Bride Think You Hour Service II We provide complimentary personalized head table place cards with each .FREE CUSTOMER PARKING________ The GB Line LOADERS 800 WORK-MASTER Your Big Tractor to Mg Invttt- meitt. It producing year erounti with OB 100 work- OS LOADERS are quillty con- structed for strength ihd long The sleek design and appearance gives real pride of ownership. Buy the GB B00...thous- snds of satisfied owners have. Choose from over 185 different tractor available now at.... OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 2H 3tth it. LethbrMge Phone 327-1171 or MM 'OLIVER DEALErT nooroot you staff member who will explain the reasons for his dis- qualification pointing out what constitutes a reasonable job-search. An increased staff enables the UIC to do a better job of following up as well as a more comprehensive job in screening applicants says UIC manager D. G. Crof- ton. New report forms issued by the UIC office request the claimant to file reports periodically listing the names of employers he has contacted in an effort to gain employment. The report is cross-checked with employers to see whether the reports coincide. If a person is in an occupa- tion in which he has a good chance of getting a job he may be contacted during the two week waiting period man- datory before the person is eligible for benefits. If he leaves his job without just cause he has a three week disqualification period. An employer will indicate on-a separation certificate why the separation took place and the claimant must list the reason on his application. Unless the two stories coincide the claim will not be he says. The UIC computerizes applications by job type and through Canada Manpower keeps a count on the numbers of jobs available in that oc- says Mr. Crofton. When the new renovation to the Elks club and lodge Monday is marked by re-opening it will be part of a round of ac- tivities which will continue through the week. The re-opening ceremonies will take place between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. with Deputy Mayor Vaughan Hembroff perform- ing ribbon-cutting ceremonies at 3 p.m. About 150 Elks from lodges from the Crowsnest Pass to Medicine Hat and north of the city and south to the border will be welcomed with an open house and luncheon that is open to the public. Police kept busy during winter's first cold spell Sunday an open house is scheduled from 2 to 5 p.m. Renovations include new an air condition- ing unit and furniture for the lounge and din- ing room. Social activities begin Mon- day with George Brown host for the day. Wednesday features a salute to ladies of the Royal Purple. Host for an afternoon tea will be Teddy Berlando. A dance will be held Wednesday night for members of the Elks. A smorgasbord at 6 p.m. will kick off Hawaiian Night followed by a dance at 9 p.m. The Elks will present a che- que of Monday to minor only one of the groups to which the Elks club donates money. During the past Elks' year which runs from June to was given to including the Victorian Order of Nurses. Canadian Mental Health Boy the Canadian Red the Elks Purple Cross Fund in addition to minor hockev. The city police have no doubts that winter has arrived. Between midnight Thursday and 8 a.m. police investigated more than 30 minor traffic accidents in the almost all of them attributable to icy roads. An Enchant man is limping a little because he couldn't get his foot in his car fast enough Friday afternoon. Siguard was getting into his car on 3rd Avenue S. in the 900 block when his car door was struck by a car driven by Jennifer G. of Monarch. Police received a report Friday morning of a man sleeping in a carport at 425 20th St. S. Sol J. of N.Y.. was hitchhiking his way back to New York Thursday evening when it started to snow. He sought shelter from the storm and ended up sleep- ing all night in the carport. FOX DENTURE CLINIC Ett. 1922 PHONE 327-6565 E. S. P. FOX. C.D.M. FOX LETHBRIDGE DENTAL LAB. 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Instillations Open Thurs. and Fri. Eveninys Phone 321-0372 2716 12th Ave. S. CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES IT'S A SUNDAY at AUTHENTIC MIXICAN FOOD from to p.m. HOMIMADITAMALIS Steamed in corn RUSKS and smothered with chile con earns. CHILES RELLENOS green stuffed with coated in an omelet-like batter and fried. ENCHILADAS Tortillas stuffed with rolled and cooked In spicy tomato sauce topped with sour cream. OUACAMOLI Avocados chopped and mixed with lime mild chili sauce and served with crisp tortilla chips covered with melted cheese. All orders served with warm corn tortillas Spanish rice and refrled beans. We will have a limited supply don't be disappointed if you will call and make a we will be sure and save enough for youl we always have eggs benedict Gourmet style on Sundays. Lethbridge H i Hotel Restaurant 329-4644 ANNOUNCING The Opening of HOLIDAY WATCH SERVICE Cleaning-General Repairs Located In Holiday Village Mall 441 Mayor Magrath Drive Ample Parking BASTEDO SPECIAL CHAIR 522 5th St. S. 327-7711 SALE ENDS NOV. 15 Off Imp Chain 12 crltp Irtad ehtehtn 4 Corn 4 Dinner French or Potato Salad Sweet and SUIT DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR FOR ONLY 4 CLOSIS SUNDAYS FOH THIWINTIR JUST CALL 327-0240 or 327-2297 LOTUS INN Across CPR Depot HURRY HURRY ;