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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta TRAVELLING TO EUROPE BY CHARTER? Contact BUTTE TRAVEL for their selection of British and European Tours For reservations and information contact BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE 1271 3rd Ave. S. Phono 328-3201 or 328-8184 "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The I ethbtidge Herald SECOND Lethbricljje, Alberta, Tuesday, November 24, 1970 PAGES 11 TO 20 PLANNING A PARTY? SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITI (Spetiul Prices on Bulk Qrderi) ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Avo. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drivo Ph. 328-7751 NOW YOU SEE IT, NOW YOU DON'T It was fun for some while it lasted, but perhaps it's time to put away the winter togs for another year perhaps. Southern Alberta weather has always been a bit of a mystery, as these two tobogganers will no doubt have discovered if they tried to play -oday'i non-snow. A few days of bitter cold, Alaska's Mlfirtans and Alberta's gift now to Montanans i jnow has left us for an in- definite time. But ..'oi't like the slush, wait a southern Alberta rninuic Budget approved for study A budget for a 13- member committee studying the possibility of unitary gov- ernment in the Crowsnest Pass has been approved by the de- partment of municipal affairs. Fred Colborne, minister of municipal affairs, has inform- ed the committee the money will be given to the Oldman River Regional Planning Com- mission to be released t. the study group. The commission has played an active role in co-ordinating the group's efforts and acting as liaison between them and the provincial governmeiii. The will be used K fl nance the committee's actr-'I ties. As yet the scope of thi study does not include any ma jor projects requiring larger amounts of funds. Several types of unitai, gov- ernment to replace the governments of the towns in the 'Pass are under considera- tion. Fred MacLeod, secretary of jthe study group, said the next step probably would be to have the physical assets of the towns assessed. High-rise hotel on agenda of MFC The much discussed high- rise hotel complex proposed for Shoppers' World is on the agenda for Wednesday's meet- CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 ing of the Municipal Planning Commission. Two public hearings have been held so far regarding the development one on re- 7oning the property and the other on closing 4th Ave. S. to become a part of the site. No decision has been made on the latter, although city council has a meeting sched- uled for today to take a NOW'S THE TIME TO INSTALL KIRK'S OWN BRAND SNOWPLOW RETREADED SNOW TIRES (DURING KIRK'S BIG CARLOAD SALE) THEY ARE YOUR BEST TIRE BUY! COMPLETELY GUARANTEED They wrry exactly ths same guaran- tee as brand nevr tires! Now available at Kirk's at fantastic low prices. Example: Size 6.50x13 WITH TRADE, ONLY (AVAILABLE IN ALL SIZES) Your UNIROYAL Dealer KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. UNIROYAL LETHBRIDGE-1621 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5985 or 327-4705 TABER, AIta.-6201 SOlh Avenue Phono 223-3441 FERNIE, B.C.-Phone 423-7746 "IHE BEST DEAL FOR EVERY WHEEl" look at the latest plans for the development. Also on the agenda is sa ,-p- plication'from Gerald ''-'aviji for a crematorium ti> bt 10 in Mountain View City council has alre proved the project and agreed to enter into a lease agreement on the land provided the plans are approved by the commis- sion. The crematorium would be Lethbridge's first. Bud Olsoi? icay be speaker at irrigation meet Dec. 4 Bud Olson, feder of agriculture has i'ely accepted an lnvitab.41 to speak at the annual meeting of the Alberta Irrigation Projects As- sociation to be held in the Park Plaza Motor Hotel in Leth- bridge, Dec. 4. Mr. Olson is expected to speak on government participa- tion in the proposed irrigatioii cost sharing program. Dr. Jack Allen of the Leth- bridge Research Station will also be a guest speaker at the meeting. His topic will be "sc- quatic weed control.'1 In addition to the speakers, R. AKROYDLTD. PLUMBING-HEATING and GASFITTING 2634 21st Ave. For New Inslai. 3ti-'.trB and Phone FREE ESTIMATES the agenda will include resolu- tions, annual reports and new business. Seivage brief joint effort Members of a joint industry- city council committee charged with the task of preparing a brief to the Alberta cabient on the costs of secondary sewage treatment facilities decided Monday on a combined presen- tation. Alderman Rex Little said there is "no conflict between council and industry; we're both shooting for the same thing." Another meeting is to be held within two weeks. The presen- tation to the cabinet, asking for some type of provincial aid in paying for the city's mil- lion sewage facilities, will take place some time in January. JUST RECEIVED IN TIMC FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTING! NEW BUSHNELL EXPO BINOCULARS Powerful Shockproof Fibrsglass It Floats Rugged and Featherlight. The World i? Beautiful. and and educational and sexy T.C if wears a bikini) OQ QK and only In Sf y.' close. The New Bushnell Expo Binocular. THS WEEK'S PhOif; looks best 'vnny days )o show the texture of snow get ..ot.'ing from the side. when y- r< xc a cc'd eomera into Ihe house wait for (lie moisture to evapoijtc before taking more piclurcs. (READY-BASNES PHARMACY LTD. AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE Vlf- FOR FREE HOME DELIVERY No alarm in rabies situation Dr. William Dorward, rabies, diagnostic veterinarian aL the' federal Animal Diseases Re- search Institute at Lethbridge, says Aibertans should be con- cerned but not alarmed over recent reports of rabid ani- mals in the province. Dr. Donvard's statement fol- lows recent discoveries of rabid dogs near Edmonton and CJlgary, and a rabid coyote found south of Medicine Hat. Dr. Donvard said he has known for some time the rabies come to Alberta from Saskatchewan, where the dis- ease has been present..for sev- eral years. Alberta has bee.i rabies free for almost 12 years. The seriousness of the dis- ease cannot be over-rated, as a cure is possible only if treat- ment is given in the earliest stages of virus development. Once (lie symptoms of rabies arc evident, there is no cure and death is imminent. Dr. Dorward says there arc two forms of rabies, vicious and dumb. The vicious type is when animals go on the prowl, attacking people and other ani- mals. The dumb type is c h a r a c terized by paralysis. Animals inflicted with this form will not usually attack unless molested. Fortunately, all the cases re- ported in Alberta so far have been of the dumb variety. The disease may be control- led at least partly by vaccinat- jing domestic animals, {espe- 1 daily dogs and cats) against rabies. Vaccine is available from veterinarians throughout the province. Dr. Donvard urges people to exercise extreme caution when a p p r o a c h ing wild animals which display no fear of man, or animals that appear sick. Surplus of apartments suggested Although apartments may be difficult to find in Lethbridge right now, it has been predict- ed there could be a definite sur- plus next spring. One local developer, who has two 24 suite apartment blocks under construction, said that with the present rate of build- ing there may be more apart- ments than people next year. One of the two apartm e n t blocks will be partially open soon. About six suites will be ready Dec. 1, with the remain- ing 18 open in January. The other apartment should be ready for occupancy in April or May. One of the suites has been rented, and inquiries have been received on the others. Just how long it will take the new blocks to fill up depends to some extent on the availability of housing. A 27-suite apartment on Sce- nic Drive that began renting in August was filled in September. It will have two suites open at the end of the month. However, two other major de- velopments will be ready in the next month or so. Two 32 suite blocks are be- ing built on the east Lakeview area and these should be ready by Jan. 1. Only two of these have been rented so far. There are also plans for two more blocks in the same devel- opment, bringing the total to 128 suites. A downtown high rise is ex- pected to be completed by the middle of December, adding an- other 78 suites to those avail- able. Some 45 persons have already paid a month's rent in advance on suites.in the apartment and the rental agent says interest is Latest hotel plans shown by Batty The latest plans for a pro- posed million motor hotel complex in Shoppers' World were unveiled today. The plans, which had been requested by the city following a public hearing last week on the possibility of closing 4th Ave. S, to become part of the site, are to be presented to a special meeting of city council scheduled for today. Art Batty, president of Shop- pers' World1 Ltd., said he would be seeking approval for the project at today's meeting. A go ahead from the city was "urgently he said, to satisfy commitments to Holi- Minimum flows of rivers question for ORRPC meet The question of minimum flows in Southern Alberta rivers will come before the Oldman River Regional Plan- ning Commission again at Wed- nesday's meeting of the com- mission. A resolution asking for In- creased flows in four rivers has been passed by the commission and sent to various agencies and all levels of government. Replies to the resolution have been received from the St. Mary River Irrigation Dis- trict and the Lethbridge North- ern Irrigation District. It is ex- pected these will be under dis- cussion. The SMRID has already voiced its opposition to the commission's stand, claiming an increase in the legal mini- mum flows could seriously de- plete the reservoirs in the sys- tem in a dry year. The commission will also consider an application for membership from the M.D. of Taber. The M.D. is one of two not belonging to the com- mission at present. There are also two towns and 11 villages. NDP meeting Wednesday The Lethbridge New Demo- cratic Party Association will hold its annual meeting Wednesday night at 8 in the Labor Club. The association, which over- sees provincial and federal NDP Lethbridge riding mat- ters, is expected to elect a sin- gle executive for both East and West Lethbridge provincial con- stituencies. day Inn, who will operate the hotel. Mr. Batty said the project was "slightly over" the city's zoning bylaw density stand- ards, but close enough to seek approval for it. Each project must be evaluated individual- ly, he said. The city's bylaw requires a floor area of not more than hah" the site area in tine zone in which the hotel is planned. The present plan includes the closing of 4th Ave. Mr. Batty had no comment on what course of action would be taken if city council decides not to close the avenue. The plans displayed today stow traffic on 23rd St. re- duced to a minimum, with no entrances to the lot on the street. One of the major concerns at the public hearing held last week was the effect the de- velopment would have on traf- fic patterns in the Glendale strong in Lethbridge's first high-rise downtown. Other developments are In various stages of planning, with much of the activity concen- trated in the Scenic Heights subdivision, west of Scenic Drive in the 16th Ave. S. area. In addition to the one apart- ment already there, a building permit has been issued for an- other and two more have been approved by the Municipal Planning Commission. Another has been tabled by the commission while planning details are worked out. A sixth block is being planned, provid- ed the city approves a rezoning application by the developer. There have also been build- ing permits issued for a total of 47 suites since the beginninc of the year for various smaller de- velopments in the city. Seal fund at The Kinsmen TB Christmas Seal Fund reached 42 per cent of its objective Monday at the 13th opening of returns. The raised so far this year compares with for the comparable period last year, in 1968 and in.1907. Funds collected are used for research and prevention of tu- berculosis, lung cancer, em- physema and other respiratory diseases as well as for an ex- tensive study into ah- pollution and its health hazards. BIGELOW FOWLER CLINIC Announces trie Association of Dr. N. E. Wolff General Practitioner COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 a BIRTHDAY or ANNIVERSARY in the FAMILY or with FRIENDS will LONG be REMEMBERED by DINING at ERICKSEN'S! SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU COMPLIMENTARY CAKE "YOU'U NEVER KNOW HOW ENJOYABfE YOUR PARTY CAN FAMILY RESTAURANT 1715 Mayor Magroth Drive, Lethbridge Phone 328-7756 ;