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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LETHBRIBGE HHAID Thundar, I, Hearing Nov. 2 On Avenue Issue A public hearing on the pro- posed closing of one block ol 4th Ave. S., north of Shoppers' World, has been tentatively set for Nov. 2. Closing of the avenue has been requested by Shoppers' World Ltd., developers of a proposed hotel complex on the shopping mall site. The avenue is needed, ac- cording to the developer, in or- der to join the hotel property to an existing parking lot north of 4th Ave. Inclusion of the avenue in the site for the hotel could also af- fect its size. Because of city bylaw floor area requirements the total floor area must be only half (or less) the size of the lot on which-it is built. Deleting the avenue could re- sult in the hotel being less than the proposed 10 to 12 stories. The public hearing has been delayed by city council until reports by city departments on the matter could be made available to the public. These were presented at Chamber's Action Plan Approved The 1970-71 program of action tor the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce was approved at the first regular, council meeting in the Marquis Hotel Wednesday at noon. Chamber President Morley Tanner told the gathering most of the jobs of chairmen for the various committees were filled, with the remainder expected to be filled in the near future. In other matters, council heard .reports on the Canadian Chamber annual meeting in Vancouver, the Howdy Neigh- bor Trip to Cranbrook and Fer- nie, the proposed visit of Gor- don Taylor, Alberta minister of highways, and discussion on a proposed city map sponsored by the chamber. CLARINET RENTALS .50 PER MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. 13th St. S. Phons 327-1056 Monday's meeting of council and are available at city hall. None of them contains any se- rious objections to the move. One of the from the city's traffic consultants, notes that the median strip opening on Mayor Magrath Drive at 4th Ave. will eventually have to be closed because of traffic vol- ume increases on the Drive. This would eliminate left turns from and on to 4th Ave. Closing of. other lesser used median openings along the Drive is also foreseen, in order to increase the traffic carrying capacity. Cancer Drive Over Top Officials of the Lethbridge unit of the Canadian Cancer Society announced today that the 1970 annual campaign for funds has gone over.the top. At the end of the campaign period a total of had been received against an ob- jective of This puts the campaign over the top by Last time the quota was reached in the Lethbridge unit was in 1961. TCASA Deficit Shoivs Drop The annual meeting of the Travel and Convention Associa- tion of Southern Alberta was advised that the association's deficit has been reduced this year from at the begin- ning of 1970 to at the present time. It was also reported that a total of 51 conventions spending approximately were held in Lethbridge from Janu- ary to October this year. Cancer Society Meeting Nov. 2 The annual meeting of the Lethbridge unit of the Canadian Cancer Society will be Nov. 2, in the Scandinavian Hall, at p.m. Attending will be the society's Miss Hope of Alberta, and also Dr. A.. R. Paterson, director of the University of Alberta's can- cer research unit. He will show slides of the new MacEachern research laboratory at the uni- versity. North Lethbridge Mo-Tires CORNER 3rd AVENUE 13th STREET N. PHONE 327-3181 OPEN THURS. FRI. TILL 9 PJW. HOME SHOW 70 Mayor Andy Anderson cuts ribbon to open the Lethbridge Home Builders' Association parade of homes for 1970. Lloyd Kanewischer, homebuildert' group president, assists in the ceremony. Units City Growth Marked By Need For Housing By D'ARCY RICKARD Herald Staff Writer A 1969 survey urging con. struction of additional housing units for Lethbridge was accurate, Mayor Anderson told 50 members of the'Leth- bridge House Builders Associa- tion Wednesday. Speaking to a luncheon meet- ing that preceded ribbon-cut- ting ceremonies opening Home Shew '70 Mayor Anderson said: "We are going to require a good number of additional homes additional hous- ing units." Clarifying this statement later, Mayor Anderson said the 1969 survey made by the city saw the need for housing units. He said to date some of these units have been built but the rest will have .to be built and will be, fully occupied by this time next year. "The (labor) impact of this is not going to hit us until later this fall or -eirly next he said. Mayor Anderson said housing units will be required for em- ployees of five new industries slated for the city. Two new hotels will employ 250 people. This, again, boosts housing requirements, he said. He paid tribute to the Leth- bridge construction men in at- tendance; suppliers and sub- contractors; officials of Cen- tral Mortgage and Housing Cor- poration and members of the Lethbridge Real Estate Board. "All of you are part of the partnership necessary to carry out such a said the mayor. _ Speaking for city hall offi- cials, Mayor Anderson said "we are very pleased at the very pleasant working relationship we have with our builders in this city." Al Fazio, speaking in the SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 PENTAX CAMERAS AND EQUIPMENT Check This Special ASAHI PENTAX SPOTMATIC F2 Suggested Retail Price........ 249.00 ANGLO'S PRICE. 170 OC (complete with YOU SAVE 28% IN-STORE DEMONSTRATION SATURDAY, OCT. 10th from a.m. to p.m. Manufacturer's representative for A so hi Pentax, Honeywell, Kako, and Konika, Mr. Bob Soufhey will be on hand to show and demonstrate the complete lino of equipment. SEE THE NEW PENTAX 6x7 IDEAL FORMAT CAMERA SEE THE NEW PENTEX MOTOR DRIVE ASAHI PENTAX THE WORLD'S LARGEST SELLING SINGLE LENS REFLEX CAMERA ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS 419 5th STREET S. STEREO PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE OPEN THURSDAYS TIL 9 P.M. PHONE 328-6922 absence of Woodrow Strlngam, manager of the Lethbridge Real Estate Board, said that generally mortgage conditions are improved. "The (lending) rate is going down and money is more flex- ible." City Manager Tom Nutting spoke briefly. He looked for- ward to continued cooperation between builders and city hall. He forecast a "very, very fine and wonderful future" for the city. City birildtag inspector Tosh Kanashiro noted the nation's house-building crisis is still un- resolved. "I hope you will all be-around to help us meet these problems." Clair Henwood of Central Mortgage and Housing Cor- poration said "the building in- dustry in Canada faces a tre- mendous challenge." He congratulated the build, ers on Home Show '70 a long, drawn out operation "that has come to a successful conclusion." C. W. (Chick) Chichester, city alderman in charge of housing, said he would con- tinue to work toward building tie economic growth of the city and fostering the climate in Patient Needs To Be Studied At a meeting Wednesday of the Lethbridge and Region Mental Health Planning Coun- cil it was recommended that a committee be set up to study the needs of discharged psy- chiatric patients and assist them in rehabilitation in their homes and communities. A group of five or six people named from such agencies as the Preventive Social Service, the Lethbridge Ministerial As- sociation, the Lethbridge Fam- ily Service and other, related agencies will be asked to form such a committee. Garage Fire A fire in Rollag subdivision, just south of the city limits on 28th St. S., early this morning gutted a garage. The owner, John Cahoon, was remodelling his house and had all his appliances and fur- niture stored in the garage. Es- timate of the damage is unde- termined but a fire official said it was heavy. The cause of the fire is un- determined. Remanded Kelly Douglas Grisrner, 17, and Robert McConville, 21, were remanded until Oct. 14 when they appeared in magis- trate's court on drug charges. They were arrested Sept. 28 in Lethbridge as a result of an RCMP and'city police investi- gation. CADET NEWS Army Cadet .Corps No. 2206 will parade tonight at in the Lethbridge armory at Ken- yon Field. Transportation leaves the armory at stop- ping at designated points llvroughout the city. Recruits between 13 and 18 years of age are being enrolled. Duty offi- cers are Ken Mathcson and Alt Gnrr. The RCSCC Chinook B.ind will practice aboard ship at tonight. This will be fol- lowed by boxing lessons. which It is possible to sell houses. "I wish you every success for the coming said Aid. Chichester. "I am sure there is a boom on here. Lethbridge is number one in the economic fu- ture in Canada." Also introduced by Henry Gretzinger, chairman of the pa- rade of homes committee, were Keith Bickertoh of Engineered Homes and co-ordinator of Home Show '70; Claire Malm- berg of the Lethbridge Con- struction Association; Dennis Pommen of the city engineer- ing department; Simon Hoe of the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission; John Fields, manager of Canadian Western Natural Gas Company and Lloyd Kanewischer, presi- dent of the Lethbridge House Builders Association. The ribbon-cutting ceremony followed at Beauvais Place and Glacier Drive, northeast of Lakeridge Boulevard, near 20th Ave. S. Represented in Home Show '70 are Engineered Homes, Hay Homes, Henry Homes, Jubilee Homes, Ed Bartel Construction, John H o r m o t h Construction, Henry Krahn Construction, Cresthomes Construction, Peter Pauls Construction and John Lohuis Construction. Alberta Hasn't Considered Forcing Issue On Abortions By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor Tte possibility of forcing sec- ular hospitals in the province to grant legal 'abortions has neither been considered nor dis- cussed by the Alberta depart- ment of health, said a depart- ment spokesman ill a tele- phone interview today. The statement was in reply to one from Loffmark, B.C. health minister, that he may order all British Columbia hos- pitals to grant abortions. Vancouver hospitals accord- ing to Mr. Loffmark are finding the demands on hospital facili- ties difficult to cope with. The Edmonton spokesman said that each hospital in Al- berta works within its own framework with its own local board, and local responsibili- ties. "There is no question that to some extent there has been some pressure on the hospitals because of the increased num- bers of legal abortionsj" he said. Edmonton hospitals have been overtaxed and find it "quite difficult to meet the de- ruand." He said the "day is no doubt coming, and fairly soon, when secular hospitals will become public institutions." HOLY CROSS EXAMPLE As an 'instance, Holy Cross Hospital in Calgary has asked the provincial government to buy out its equity, as have sev- eral other hospitals in the prov- ince. "The provincial government pays well over 90 per cent to Si. Michael's General Hospital and the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital in Lelhbridge. Leth- k'idge city council has recom- mended in a brief to the pro- vincial department that hospi- tals 'and hospital services be in- tegrated into one. "If St. Michael's is opposed to this it might also be sug- gested that the. Municipal hos- pital take over maternity, and obstetrics and allow St. Mich- ael's to be the surgical hospi- Last May city council ap- proved a grant of to St. K'Chael's to cover its 1969 op- erating deficit. The provincial government payed an addition- al the deficit at the same time. I QUALITY DENTURE I CLINIC I EDDY DIETRICH I Csrlified Dental Mechanic I Capital Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-76841 It was the first time in the hospital's 40-year history that the board had to ask for such a grant. the health department offi- cial said such grants are the first step in putting the hospi- tal in a public position. "It.places them outside the sphere of the hospital's Catho- lic advisory board.! The govern- ment has a fixed level of pay- ment. If the hospital wants more, or they are less efficient, then they can approach the provincial government or go to the local taxpayer. Then its up to the local taxpayer if he wants to pressure the hospital for additional services. "the private hospitals can't run in isolation any longer." Sister Mary Clarissa, admini- strator of St. Michael's Hospi- tal said today that DO difficulty in finances was predicted by the board for 1970, but that no communication had been re- ceived by the provincial gov- ernment as to budget allow- ances for 1971. No therapeutic abortion com- mittee has been set up at the hospital nor has such a itep been considered, she said. In commenting on a possible order abortions at the hospital Sister Clarissa raid she did the govern- ment would do so. "We have a certain autonomy in the hospitals and I can't see the government taking that autonomy away." A spokesman for the Leth- bridge Municipal Hospital com- mented that there has been a "substantial increase" in the number of female operations, such as abortions and steriliza- tions over the last year. Hiking dub Plans Treks A recently formed hiking club in Lethbridge had 52 pros- pective members turn out for its first meeting Tuesday night. The hiking club was formed with the co-operation of the city's parks and recreation de- partment. The object of the club is to get people away from -the Sun- day drive and get them into the. Sunday hike routine, said Greg West, spokesman for the club. The club has arranged hikes for Oct. 18 and Oct. 25. The first hike will be along the old abandoned railway bed west of the airport. Anyone wishing to participate is asked to meet at the Civic Sports Centre at 9 a.m. on that date. Bring a lunch. On Oct. 25 the club has a hike planned in the. Writing-on- Stone provincial park near' Milk River. The next regular meeting of the club will be Oct. 27 in the Civic Sports Centre. Examiners On a recommendation from the provincial Minister of Labor, Mary Grey and Norma Muriel Ronnes, both of Lethbridge, have succeeded Donna Finley and Freda Walton as members of the board of examiners for the trade of a beautician for the city. ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER Far FEEDLOT CORRALS, BARNS, OARAGES, ETC. Also FIRST CUT SUBS LOWER GRADE PLANKS TREATED POSTS BALED WOOD SHAVINGS In Fact MOST OF YOUR LUMBER NEEDS Johnson Bros, Sawmill Ltd. On Highway No. 3, Cowley Phone 628-JB18 Aik for GORDON JOHNSON or LAVERNE PRESTON IN LETHBRIDGE: 613-4th Ave. S. Telephone328-4214 ;