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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 IETHBRIDGE HERAID Sntimloy. Nr.vombcir t 1971 ENTER EVERY WEEKI ENTER OFTEN! Transportalion I'Al.i.AHY u.T> Trans- rail or rapid transit -will determine the titv'.- future pattern of growth. Bit! what fnnn of move. mi-tit, or more likely combina- tion of forms, becomes the force depends on cost. says planning director Mike Rogers. The city has become de- pendent on the passenger ve- hicle and ever since Fort Cal- gary was. founded in 1H73 roads have been built lo fol- low the community's expan- in concen- tric circles But as the circles grow- larger the capital costs of p'-oviding services, particu- larly roads, begin to soar. Mr. Rogers said the current tinuc unmoulded until 1978 but after that expenditures will flat ion. This gives planners about hvo years to come up with a solution find another four or five years to get it imple- mented. Not a lot of time, he said Work has already started on long-range plan, prelimi- inch of the sprawl, and with j mil 000 for some serviced is no ureat urgency for high- density apartments. But a trend toward apart- ment Accommodation has started and by encouraging high-rise development along transit corridors the suburbs would not grow so fast. The cost of developing rapid transit is one of the factors under study bul money is not the only consideration in the riu Mio environment and the kind of community in which people want to live also have hish priority. The industrial section cre- ates few difficulties with its southeast location both down- stream and downwind from the rest of Calgary, Mr. Rog- of the residential area be- cause of this and (he only dis- j advantage with the industrial placement is that it creates a j second rush-hour surge of other comes from The downtown area got its own plan in rhtt main point of the feded are being consulted. The city's job is easier. Mr. Rogers said, because of the fact all the urban area is under one municipal council, a unique situation among Ca- nadian cities. This allows the city to take an uncompromised approach to its alternatives: towns connected by rail or road to Caleary. along corri- dors served by rapid transit. of roads into a system of expressways. An expressway network can be eliminated from the choos- ing almost immediately on the basis of cost. Ksiimatos of the total capi tal requirements for all city services in the 20 years pre- ceding Htflfi are more than SI billion with million of that, for roads, provided no changes occur in the form of growth. UTII.K FAITH Satellite another possibility bul Mr. Ropers places lillle faith in them for Calgary. They have- to be connected lo tho cily in some manner, nthcr hy roads or rail. The roads would cos' too much and for rail to be well used and economic !he service, must be frequent find pairon- age 'nigh, I filers towns madf up moiv than 10 per ccnl of Cal- gary's estimaled population of 700.000 by a rail service not be economic. Satellite communities could also lie given an economic birt Alberta attracts little .secondary industry with only five per cent of Ihe labor force in iiiannfaciuring and 111 per ccnl in office-retail. In other words, there enough industry to spre-ac around to Mich communities. HOADS This I e a v e s dcu'lopme-nl aloi'i; npid-lransit corridors v. rb construction of fewer loads Ihe most likely solution but this i.s not free of prob- lems. calls for pedestrian walkways connecting major buildings above st'-oci level. Twenty- it y have been built or ap- proved and their walkways and plazas have added sis acres of pedestrian room, The city has the most vigor- ous and concentrated down- town in Canada. Mr. Rogers said. fjiit surrounding this central core are older, sometimes de- caying residential sections i which provide the stickiest i problems for the planning de- i pfirtment. I The areas have been sought j for expansion of the Calgary Exhibition and S'ampede and of the Chinese waged a cam- against a road j I hat have annihilated I their- won Some residents of Victoria Park, nexi to the .Stampede grounds, are fighting expan- sion into their small area, j Others are willing to soil but i nrarlv everyone agrees such I expansion mean an end to the coinimmiiy. I The have all lough! j their .-ilanos i porously and j I he inly problem v. ith t.bis, i .Mr. said, is they tend I to overlook the repercussions of their actions on other Curling starts IP.S' C :t ii's h'M-i' ;n'e under v. ay rink manager W. del- nol, i dcrl I'eporting tliat Ihrough the efforts of Mrs. I t a Coyne nnd Mrs. Dianne of the mcmlii-rship coinmitlee. rinks have been formed. Thai's lo more lasl yi'.u All fur casual and curling muM be made through 1 1m Coaldale Recrea- tion Office. PRESENT M DOWNTOWN SHOPPERS' TO 93 BIG PRIZES 9 PRIZES EVERY WEEK C CAR DRAW DEC. 24 S TOR 2 DEC. 18 AIR CANADA TRIP FOR 2 2 WEEKS IN JAMAICA MONTEGO BAY Leave Dec. 20, Jan. 3, 15, 29, Feb. 12 Retail Value from Of Course] 1972 FIRENZA THE FINEST IN IOW COST TRANSPORTATION Retail Value AU ENTRIES ELIGIBLE FOR GRAND PRIZESI JUST 9 OF THE 93 PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY YOUR DOWNTOWN MERCHANTSI OUR Prize Winners for the week of October 30th 1. BEN CARTER Letlibrtdge pairs of Bustor Brown Boy% or Girls' ilioes from Green'i Shoe Store. 1. C. R. BENNETT Piclure Butte Men's Dressing Gown from Frank Walker's Men's 3. MRS. V. HANNAN lethhridge Pair of ladies' Gold Cross Dress Shoet from Benefit Shous. 4. JULIA TOUESTRUP Raymond Gift Certificate from Droffin's Downtown Drugstore 5. ROY WILMOT Lcthbridge Two Chinese Dinners for from the New World Restaur- ant. 6. MARYLYN LODEMIER Lelhbridgo Corlton 39 Badminton Racket from Doug's Music and Sporti. 7. MRS. W. F. RICHARDS Lethbridge 20-piccc Crown lynn Iron- stone Set from Hoyl's. 8. MRS. K. LEAL Pincher Creek 475.00 Gift Certificate from Hamilton's Floor Coverings 9. SUSANNA KONRAD Lethbridge Brown Leatherette Vinyl Has- sock from Gast Home Har- mony Centre. From: From: From: Stewart's ladies' Wear 617 4th Avenue South Phone 327-2726 Gift Certificate Sterling Sims ltd. 320A 6th Street South Phone 327-3344 Black Crinkle Leather Handbag Kitsons Pharmacy Ltd. 4th Avenue, 6th Street Soulh Phone 327-3772 Your Choice of In Merchandise From: Fromi Leo Singer's Men's and Boys' Wear 214 5th Street South Phone 327-3958 From: Pciir of Men's Fortre! Dress Pants Club Cigar Store 3rd Avenue, 5th Street South Phone 328-2710 Liquor Caddy Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre 419 5th Street South Phone 328-6922 Keystone Model 425X, Instant Load Gift Certificate Magic Cube 126 Camera Ssfk-Q-Linci (Lefhbridge) Ltd. 320 7th Street South Phone 327-4400 Ray's Recordland 315 7th Street South Phone 327-5560 Philips Portable Record Player Southern Stationers Ltd. 316 7th Street South Phone 328-2301 Gift Certificate ENTRY FORMS AVAILABLE ONLY AT THESE DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS! ACTIVE TELEVISION SERVICE ALBERT'S MEN'S APPAREl LTD. ALEXANDRA HOTEL ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS AVENUE SHOES BAILEY'S KEYBOARD BAIRD'S SHOES AND LEATHER GOODS LTD. BAKER APPLIANCES LTD. BENEFIT SHOES LTD. BERT AND MAC'S CYCLE LTD. BLACK'S MEN'S SHOP CABLEVISION LETHBRIDGE LTD. CAMM'S SHOES CANADIAN FURRIERS CAPITOL FURNITURE (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. CLASSIC COIFFURES COSMOTIQUE LTD. CLUB CIGAR STORE DALLAS HOTEL DON CAIDER INTERIORS LTD. DON WILSON'S JUNIORS' SHOP DRAFFIN'S DOWNTOWN DRUGSTORE DOUG'S MUSIC AND SPORTS ELNA-WHITE SEWING CENTRE (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. ERICKSEN'S JEWELLERY EVE MARANJO SHOES F. W. WOOLWORTH AND CO. LTD. FAIRFIELD APPLIANCES LTD. FARMER STOCKMAN SUPPLY LTD. FAY'S APPAREl FOSTER'S JEWELLERY LTD. FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP FRANK WALKER'S MEN'S CLOTHES GARDEN HOTEL GAST HOME HARMONY CENTRE GENTLEMEN III MEN'S WEAR LTD. GLIDDEN PAINT CENTRE GREEN'S SHOE STORE HEINTZMAN AND CO. LTD. HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERINGS HERB'S WESTERN WEAR HOYT'S DOWNTOWN IMPERIAL MOTORS AND TIRE SERVICE IMPERIAL WOMEN'S WEAR LTD. JORDANS RUGS KITSONS PHARMACY LTD. L-MART-DOWNTOWN LEO SINGER MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR IETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LIMITED MAJORETTE RESTAURANT PETER HALE AT THE MARQUIS MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP LTD. MARQUIS HOTEL MARSHAU-WELLS RETAIL STORE MAXINE'S: LADIES' WEAR MAYFAIR VOGUE MACKENZIE JEWELLERS MeCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. McGUIRE'S MEN'S WEAR MEDICAL DENTAL PHARMACY MODERN FASHION SHOP MUSICLAND SUPPLIES LTD. NATIONAL DEPARTMENT STORES NEW MOON CAFE NEW WORLD RESTAURANT NEW YORK FUR AND DRESS SHOP OSBORNE'S LADIES' WEAR RAWORTH JEWELLERY RAY'S RECORDLAND S: S. KRESGE CO. SAFEWAYS-DOWNTOWN SANDY'S JEWELLERY SEEMAN'S JEWELLERY SUK-O-IINA (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. SKELTON'S JEWaiERY LTD. SOF-WOK CARPETS LTD. SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. STAN'S MEN'S WEAR LTD. STATUTORY GRAPE BOUTIQUE STERLING SHOES LTD. STEWART'S LADIES' WEAR STOKES DRUG STORE SWEET SIXTEEN LTD. SYLBtRT'S SHOE STORE TERRY BLAND PHOTOGRAPHY THE PRIMROSE SHOP THE T. EATON COMPANY (CANADA) LIMITED TOMORROW'S FURNITURE LTD. TOWN CHEF RESTAURANT TRACY'S HOUSE OF FASHION VALUE VILLAGE MARKETS LTD. VIKING MEN'S HAIR STYLING LTD. HAS ;